Using Psychological Tactics in your marketing

By Mark Ling
Using Psychological Tactics in your marketing


A while ago I ran a live teleseminar with Mark Joyner from about how to use powerful human psychological factors in your marketing.

I wanted to get Mark Joyner on this particular teleseminar because he is a well known expert in the field of 'mind control marketing' and has spent years researching and testing the different ways that psychological factors play out in marketing.

Whether you like it or not, influence plays a strong part in our daily lives, whether parents are influencing their children to do the right thing, or politicians are influencing you to vote for them.

What you'll learn here is a LOT of valuable information about how the human mind works and how to use it to your advantage to ethically turbo charge your sales and conversion rates.

This is definitely a must-listen-to audio recording and while it has been on my guruviews page for quite some time, I decided to re-post it to my blog today for the many of you who have never listened to this call before.

Click here to be taken to the page where you can listen to the Mark Joyner 'How to Use Mind Control in Your Marketing' interview.


Ashawndra Edwards 13 years ago
This seems really interesting I might have to take you guys up on this and figure out Mark Joyner's Mind Control :D

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Colin- ethical income blogger 13 years ago
A great classic interview Mark (& Mark). It was great to hear it. I often struggle with the whole aspect of copywriting and manipulation. Mark's answers helped to put it all in perspective. It is true that if we set out to be leaders and influencers for good, then we are already involved in mind control activities.
Ray Gollis 13 years ago
Great Interview!
wikiAnswer 13 years ago
Very Useful Indeed ! I always struggle with the whole aspect of copywriting and manipulation. Mark's answer really helps in marketing products to turbo charge the sales and conversion rates.
Kaye Dennan 13 years ago
Mind control is most definitely used in all sales areas and internet selling is no different, except that you cannot read the body language at the same time!
Michael 13 years ago
Before even listening to the interview, I had to figure sales and mind control are joined. But the last commenter is right, not having the body language can be hard.
Leslie Sansone Williams 13 years ago
Thanks for the audio. Understanding this is essential to bringing the customer to a positive conclusion.
Kari Farmer 13 years ago
I love Mark Joyner. He was literally the turning point in my marketing career. Basically I met a WHOLE bunch of frogs before I got to meet him - and he was the first person to actually help me and get me moving in the right direction. Listen to him!
Melissa 13 years ago
This is Definitely essential. This is something I am focused on more and more these days. It is one thing getting people to your site but once you have figured out how to do that you really beging to see that the key is actually getting them to open their wallet and to do what you want them to do. Thanks affilorama, as always you come up with some good stuff and you get the right people involved.

SoMo 13 years ago
Kind of abstract but I like thinking about theories sometimes instead of pure concrete strategy.
Ajc_pprofits 13 years ago
Yeah its interesting stuff, most people will usually perform an action if you tell them too.
Business Strategy 13 years ago
Conversion is key-- what an interesting post! Very true. You can't rely on concrete "tactic" to start to get your viewers to actually open their wallets.
eric 13 years ago
i think conversion is important, don't get me wrong. but an amazing site with little to no traffic won't be worth a dime. so start by targetting the right niche and only then think about the writing
Daniel Rim 13 years ago
Sure very interesting and useful audio. Got a very innovative idea of using psychological knowledge in online business. Thanks you for sharing good information.
Keydren 12 years ago
You have the monopoly on uesful information-aren't monopolies illegal? ;)