Free live introductory workshop
Psychological Marketing in an Over-Saturated Ad World
When: June 29th @ 2pm CST (SESSION IS FULL. However, you can request to be wait-listed. Just note it in the questions response.)
Due to the response we are adding another date: July 12 @ 2pm CST. Sessions 2, and 3 are TBD at this time.
Length: 1 hour
Risk to you: Your time
Come learn (ethical) psychological tricks and methods to improve your marketing results formulated from evidence based studies and real life experience. Make more of your ads stand out and have them stick with your audience, leading to better conversion rates. Hear advanced psychological principles that are not diluted by people who have not read the source studies or validated the statistics. Q&A session as time permits.
Psychological Marketing in an Over-saturated Ad World – Workshop Training Series
This free workshop is part 1 in a series of 3 workshops that will cover advanced techniques and how to implement them in: online and brick & mortar stores, video ads, standard ads, SEM (Search Engine Marketing), email marketing, and audience targeting.
We will also cover attendees’ live ad questions and provide a psychological review of paid attendee own submitted ad content.
Workshop dates: June 29th (free workshop), July 11th, 13th. Cost for full series: $149 (early bird discount details in email). Recordings will be available upon request.
If you would like to attend, please fill out the information below. A call code and link will be emailed to you.
About the presenter:
Jason Eland holds a M.A. in Psychology and has applied this deeper understanding of human psychology to create ads and market strategies that evoke better responses. With a background in freelance marketing, a driving force consulting behind the scenes since 2009, as well as working corporate public relations, and process improvement for a fortune 500 company. He recently left the comfort of wage employment to pursue a passion to help small businesses thrive. Notable achievements include increasing revenue by 54 million annually utilizing psychological principles, numerous other revenue increases, being a father to an energetic 21 month old, husband, and reader of people. There are many other things but let’s face it, people do not like to read.