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* Make Money with Your Website: Hypnotic Writing
Posted Jan 24, 2003 - 06:29 AM
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Advertising Techniques This article discusses the advantages of using confusing phrases and words in your articles to make the readers brain active and open to suggestions.

The Hypnotic Power of Confusion
by Joe Vitale

"Did you walk to work or carry a lunch?"

Huh?

My father asked me that question more than 25 years ago. I still remember it. Why? Because it's a ridiculous question.

A famous comedian in the 1950s used to ask people, "Got a banana?" The question might make sense if asked in the right situation, but he asked it everywhere. I've forgotten the name of the comedian, but I still recall his question. Why? Because it's strange.

As I write this, I am creating new business cards for myself. I decided to add a confusing line to it. After some fun brainstorming with my girlfriend, I settled o­n, "Ask me about the monkey."

Why is "Ask me about the monkey?" worth putting o­n my business card? As with my father's question and the comedian's question, it stops your brain in its tracks. It makes you pause. It makes you focus o­n ME. The theory is that o­nce you stop someone with a confusing line, you can then implant a hypnotic command right after it.

In other words, if I write something like, "Apples desk fly dirt," and then follow it with, "Read my new ebook," the chances are very high that you are going to want to read my new ebook.

Why? Because the first line jammed your mind, and the second line slipped into your brain while you weren't looking. I've just upped the odds that you will buy my new e-book. And if you don't, of course, it doesn't matter because I never really told you to go buy it. See?

The same thing will happen o­n my new business cards. Since I'm now known as "The World's First Hypnotic Marketer," I wanted a strange, confusing line o­n my new card. When someone sees, "Ask me about the monkey," and then asks me about the monkey, I can simply point out that I practice hypnotic selling and I just got them to do what I wanted.

The Japanese practice this "hypnotic confusion," but probably unknowingly. A friend of mine who flew to Japan reported to me that the English phrases o­n all the Japanese products were bizarre. A tube of toothpaste might say, "Green days you not sing." A box of cookies might say, "Wood above fish."

How can you use this secret right now? Don't be afraid to be confusing. People tend to sort out whatever you say anyway and make sense out of it using their own terms. If you are describing your product in great detail, be willing to toss in something odd. It may increase sales.

If not, swirl up!

Joe Vitale is recognized by many to be o­ne of the greatest living copywriters. His latest project, the Hypnotic Writer's Swipe File is a collection of over 1,550 copywriting gems that took him years to compile. This is his personal swipe file that he uses to create world famous sales letters responsible for generating millions and millions of dollars of revenue.


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