A Simple, Science Backed “Mind-Hack” to Grow Your Sales This Month

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If you would like a simple way to boost your Amazon sales this month, this article was written for you.

But fair warning: what you’re going to read is nothing “technical”. It’s not a complex hack or trick to get Amazon’s A10 algorithm to show your product more. And it has absolutely nothing to do with getting more reviews.

In fact, it’s so simple, most sellers ignore it.

The ones who don’t, have the best-sellers.

The Science of Achievement

Why do some people succeed well others fail? It turns out, scientists have done a lot of research in this area.

It turns out that almost everyone who is self-made follows very similar behaviors. But that’s not the fascinating part. What’s most exciting is that just by adopting these behaviors… “normal” people can become exceptional.

Let me give you an example.

One Second Trick to Accomplish Any Goal

Scientists took a group of 20,000 people who wanted to achieve a goal. Some wanted to quit smoking. Others wanted to lose weight. Some wanted to get a promotion at work.

Most of the people they left alone. But they reminded a group of them regularly about their goal. And some, they reminded every single day.

They found that the group that was reminded had drastically more people who achieved their goal. And the people who were reminded daily had the highest achievement of them all!

If you think about it, it’s mind blowing. Taking a second to remember your goal makes you much likelier to achieve it. It’s science.

Getting Specific

There’s one more bit of psychology I want to discuss, and then we’re going to bring it all back to amazon.

Scientists have also discovered that the more specific and measurable your goal is, the more likely you are to achieve it. It means the goal shouldn’t be “I want to make more Amazon sales”. It should be, “I want to earn $20,000 more this month.” 

Why does that matter? Well, because when you get specific… you can reverse engineer it.

If you want to make $20,000 more and your product earns you $25 in profit, you need to sell 800 more products a month. Then your goal becomes even more specific – sell 800 products a month. You can then dive into your sales channels and see what it would take to sell more products.

You can get it down to a traffic number. Or, a conversion rate. Suddenly your goal becomes incredibly practical… and even easy.

Putting It all Together

As an Amazon seller, there is always something to do. New products to research. Customer service. Influencer marketing… ppc… I could go on.

But too often, we forget what has been proven to work. I’m talking about a scientifically proven way to improve your odds of achieving your Amazon goals. And it’s not something that takes a lot of time. It’s simply defining a clear goal… and then reminding yourself of it at least once per day.

Why Don’t We Do This?

If you’re already someone who does all of this, congratulations… you’re probably already pretty happy with your Amazon business.

If not, though, you’re not alone. In fact, it turns out that even something as simple as reminding yourself for one second what your goal is… can be pretty difficult.

Especially when it has to be specific.

Which is why we’ve created a tool that does it for you.

Get Automated Reminders For Your Specific Amazon Sales Goals

Cash Cow Pro is used by thousands of Amazon sellers to track their daily sales data. And now it uses psychology to help you make more money.

Here’s how it works:

Pick a specific number you’d like to increase your Amazon sales by. Then type it into the dashboard. Then, set how often you’d like to receive notifications. According to the science, the more times you get the notification, the better… so we suggest daily.

That’s it! Now Cash Cow Pro will notify you about your goal, and show you how far you are from it… down to the percentage. And it’s all in real-time.

It’s incredibly simple. But for some reason, just by being reminded of our goals… we achieve them. It reminds our subconscious minds to work on the problem. And we build momentum. Ideas start coming to us that we didn’t think about before. Before we know it, we’re at our goal.

I know it sounds simple. And it is. It’s also one of the few ways to improve your odds of success that’s backed by science. So why not give it a shot?

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