Assumptive Close Examples for Selling Wealthy Affiliate

Last Update: January 08, 2016

It's been said, "Never assume, it makes an ass out of u and me." In sales, however, I disagree.

I say that you should only be selling something you are so sold on yourself that you would always assume everyone wants to buy it.

So here I present some

Assumptive Close Examples for Selling Wealthy Affiliate

1) Click the "Create a Free Account" button above to start your free account now.

2) As you have clicked through to this article, I'm assuming you would also like to earn money online? Click here to start a free trial of Wealthy Affiliate now.

3) Everyone wants the best training available. I assume you are no different, click here to check out Wealthy Affiliate free for the next 7 days for yourself.

Examples of alternate choice closes where either choice assumes they want to join

4) Would you like to start with a premium account straight away or check out the 7 day free trial first?

5) You can start with any niche with the "Online Entrepreneur Certification" or if "Making Money Online is the niche for you, choose "Affiliate Bootcamp".

6) If you're familiar with wordpress and basic affiliate marketing techniques, you can start by creating your two free websites at Siterubix or you can start with ten free trial lessons.

All of the closes above would of course contain your affiliate links or links to your pages on your own site that contain your affiliate links.

So now really, if you are not already a Wealthy Affiliate member, I assume you'd like to try it for free since you searched something that brought you here (maybe "Assumptive Close Examples"?). Just click "Create a Free Account" above to get started. No credit cards required.

Any questions or comments? Please leave them below. I love hearing from you!

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Pisquali Premium
I guess there is a difference between assumption and educated assumption. A bit like guessing really.
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MichaelEnos Premium
Hi Jeremy - thanks for this. It's going to come in very handy. I also loved your previous post where you talked about the importance of blogging at WA and getting sign-ups through that.
I'm just a little unclear about people from outside of WA who land here via a google search. Are they not required to log in? Does this mean they have access to everything else here at WA, the same as others who signed up for the free trial? That would hardly seem fair.
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mackiejw Premium
You can link to any page here on WA with your affiliate link top left of this page "Affiliate with link symbol). Visitors can read the page, pop-op asks them to sign-in). They cannot go any further

John
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MichaelEnos Premium
Thanks for clearing that up John.
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mackiejw Premium
You can try it for yourself by opening a window in incognito (private) mode, and paste the url of this page in your browser bar.

John
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MichaelEnos Premium
Perfect - thanks John, I really appreciate your help!
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Dmorrow Premium
I agree. They didn't ended up there without some interest.
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khoom Premium
Thanks, I can try some of these and get sign ups.
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curtlaw Premium
Hi Jeremy;
Thanks for the Blog.
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