These ’12 steps of selling for spicy accoutants’ are the same steps every successful business took, whether you realize it or not.
(Note: These steps are explained with specific examples for bimbos, spicy accountants, and OnlyFans models in our post: How To Make Money On OnlyFans [8 Easy Steps For 2022!] if you’re interested.)
Nike started by committing to making one shoe, for runners at track meets. They knew what these runners desired most, and spoke to that with attention-getters at stadiums and fields. They shook hands with at least a hundred runners daily and followed up with anyone who showed interest, even persuading sticklers past their objections to close.
Starbucks began by committing to one bean/roast targeted at higher-end coffee-fans. They knew what these drinkers desired most, and spoke to that with attention-getters on the street outside their shop. They shook hands with at least a hundred drinkers daily and followed up with anyone who showed interest, even persuading sticklers past their objections to close.
Kim Kardashian began by committing to Paris Hilton’s club-scene and serving up beauty & fashion to them. She knew what these DJs, photographers, & club-owners desired most, and spoke to that with attention-getters at the clubs. She shook hands with at least a hundred club-folk daily and followed up with anyone who showed interest, even persuading sticklers past their objections to close.
A pre-teen’s lemonade stand began by committing to thirsty neighbors in summer, serving up refreshing citrus to them. They knew what these pedestrians desired most, and spoke to that with attention-getters on the boulevard. They waved to at least a hundred walkers daily and followed up with anyone who showed interest, even persuading the hesitant past their objections to close.
And even if you’re selling porn, your body, spicy content, etc. — these steps are essential.
In fact, they apply even more to adult entertainment, because it’s the most popular, most sought after, and most consumed genre of content on the internet.
Spicy content gets lots of attention and there’s plenty of money to go around.
In fact, in 2015, the porn industry’s net worth was about $97 billion, and it may have nearly doubled since then due to covid.
So if you don’t think your content is the same as a “valuable product” then you may have some deeper things to work on.
People are lonely. Human connection is rare. Sexuality is repressed, shamed, and discouraged. Fantasies go unfulfilled, unrealized, and uncatered to.
If you can help people with those deeply personal, often intense desires, it’s an incredibly valuable service.
Spicy accountants are truly a valuable blessing, and the only voice you should have in your head about your chosen career is a positive one.
Anyway, assuming you’re serious about selling spicy content, you must execute the above steps.
And to execute these steps properly, you have to understand each word, in each step, fully.
So in the sections below, I’ll go over each step in a bit more detail, but they all have too many nuances than I can cover all at once, so it’ll be up to you to research and practice each step until you ‘get it’, or on you to ask Cyn or myself for deeper explanations.
If you won’t even ask for help, than life won’t give you any.
With that in mind, here’s insights into each step.
Why do I need to commit to a tribe?
Audience, audience, audience.
Or fanbase, prospect-pool, market, potential leads, tribe, whatever you want to call it.
However you refer to it, there’s no point doing all the steps of selling if you don’t have a clear audience to target. Commit to an audience full of hundreds of leads to experiment on, or full of hundreds of opportunities to influence one particular person.
You need people’s attention in order to influence them. You need their attention if you want them to perceive your value.
And you can’t get the attention of any group of people, unless you a) commit to that group and b) know what gets their attention.
Content about tibetan chants won’t get the attention of a room full of tech-heads.
Nothing works if you keep hopping from audience to audience, niche to niche. It’s like planting a tree, watering it briefly, and then moving to another state to start again.
It’s foolish, so be better and commit to an audience.
If you don’t commit to a particular market, the market won’t commit dollars to you.
Why do I have to commit to a niche?
Same as above.
Your audience won’t pay attention to you unless who you are, what you do, and what you offer is clear at a glance.
If they can’t figure out whether or not your niche is ‘for them’ or not at a glance, they’ll just go to a brand or content-creator who is clearer, because they’re everywhere.
People are judging you on your niche, and if you’re not committed to one, then what you provide isn’t clear at all.
If your niche is BDSM content, and all you post is selfies, your niche isn’t clear. If you post a whole grid of BDSM content, but your niche is weed, your niche isn’t clear. If your ‘have many passions’, then start many accounts, don’t just slam them all into a single channel, because it dilutes the clarity of your niche.
In a world of uncommitted failures, be better…
And then make sure everything on that channel reflects that commitment. (The same can apply offline too.)
Why must I rank their desires?
Because you can’t sell someone food if all they really want is to sleep.
You can’t sell someone pricey videos if they lost their job and are looking for affordable ASMR.
It’s not enough to just know people ‘probably want X’, you have to know if they want X much more than Y and Z. You have to know are they obsessed with W and V recently, and whether they’re devoting their funds towards those.
I’ve seen many sellers fail because they don’t understand their audience’s priorities at all.
They fail because they haven’t bothered to rank their tribe’s desires.
An ‘attention-getter’ gets attention, it’s that simple.
It means you took the time to create a truly epic ‘hook.’
But the word ‘hook’ is a cliche that people gloss over.
What it really is, is just what I wrote, an ‘attention-getter.”
You could have the best product, the best pitch, the best offer in the world. You could be an actual genius, but no one will flow money to you unless you can get their attention.
You must break through their busy life, their auto-pilot decision-making, their comfort zones, their habits, their hesitance, their fears.
You must get more attention than all the clickbait headlines and memes they absorb all day, because that’s what you’re competing with, in this noisy world.
People will simply go on with their lives, unless you can get their attention.
So really sit down and brainstorm ways that will make your target audience take notice.
Offer them something truly magical.
Be boldly generous.
Be so boldly generous that people stand up and take notice.
Stop fearing for your own wealth and money and instead contribute true abundance and kindness to the lives of others.
Get on your target’s radar with delight, with surprise, with humor, with emotion, with whatever tool suits you best.
And don’t just do it once, do it as many times as it takes to get their attention.
I don’t know, is your content truly engaging?
Are you paying attention to how people engage with your content? Do they do so with joy? With rage? With apathy?
Do people ‘buy in’ to the views you offer?
And if you want your content to be more engaging…
Do you know what makes engaging content? How much have you studied it? Experimented with it? Practiced it?
And even if you know what makes content engaging, can you honestly say you’ve mastered it? Do you regularly hit the perfect balance of relatability and novelty?
I hope so, because that’s what people engage with.
If something is too ‘out there’, ‘weird’ and ‘novel’, people can’t relate to it.
If something is too ‘played’, ‘over-focused’ on relatability, and the same ‘mush’ everyone else puts out, then it blends in with the noise. It’s not novel enough to bother with.
Engaging content is a fine balance to hit.
And don’t fall into the trap of spending your energy on thousands of pieces of content.
The people who teach you to do this are confusing you.
But if you haven’t learned and practiced all the other selling steps, getting stuck in a loop of content is surefire way to waste your time, energy, money, and resources.
The world doesn’t need another person posting content over & over, while it reaches no one and doesn’t sell.
For this step, you simply need enough content to get your message across, enough content to show your niche, enough content to provide value… and that’s it.
(Maybe you can throw in a top-up piece every now and then, but the majority of your time should be spent on the other ‘less flashy’ but more important, steps of selling.
Shitty content has made money for centuries. Pet Rocks. New York Trash. William Hung’s music.
Practically anything can sell.
You just have to be good enough or interesting enough to help someone or add to their lives. Once you’re able to help someone, focus your efforts on practicing selling.
You’ll have many years to ‘become great’ and ‘crank out content’ once you’ve learned to create a sustainable income for yourself.
Content-creation is only twenty percent of successful selling, if that, and it’s not even the most important twenty percent.
Please don’t fall into the content-obsession trap.
Because you’ll waste all your time, energy, and resources if you’re trying to sell in dead zones that have few prospects who resonate with you.
If you’re offering a spicy new country song as an attention-getter, it won’t do well in under a hashtag full of deaf people.
You must find fishing spots fast, ideally before you promote, outreach, publish, or offer. It’s fairly easy, people have been doing it for ages, but sometimes simple sentences can be misunderstood.
For example, ‘find fishing spots’, is only three words, but they mean so much.
‘Find’ doesn’t mean wish, or hope… it means to apply yourself. Be creative. Hunt like it f*cking matters. It doesn’t mean ‘perform one google search and give up.’ It means you search as far and wide as necessary. Find. Find, find, find. If you don’t understand what ‘find’ actually means and commit to doing it, then step six is a waste.
‘Fishing spots’ means ‘places abundant with fish (potential customers.)‘
It doesn’t mean spots where your friends or neighbors are.
It doesn’t mean spots with whoever’s convenient.
It doesn’t mean spots you ‘think might have good fish’ to buy your product, it means brainstorming, experimenting, and testing until you get some serious ‘bites’ on whatever you’re offering. It doesn’t mean “oh well, people didn’t buy in my first month, I guess there’s no fish here.”
If you don’t understand the words ‘fishing spots’, again, step six will be a waste of time, achieving nothing, because you didn’t understand the step and mis-performed it.
Make sure you understand each step, and if you don’t, either research it deeper or ask for clarification.
Because it shows you have the heart, courage, and character to face 99 rejections a day if necessary.
Because it’s a loud, busy world of eight billion people and what you have to offer will be washed away in the ocean of noise if you do any less.
And most importantly…
Because of the 100-For-1 Rule of the market. If you want 1 sale, you must offer to 100 people, on average. If you want someone to become your friend, it will require at least 100 ‘micro-interactions’, on average.
Every money-maker obeys this rule. When Nike debuted, they had to visit dozens of track meets showing a single shoe to 100s of runners. Hundreds! Just to get one runner to say yes. Starbucks had to hand out 100s of free samples before they got their first customer. Kim K had to go to 100s of clubs to build her audience… and she didn’t even drink!
And this goes for every successful business.
Why must I follow up with leads daily?
Because once someone engages with you, they’re well on their way to buying from you.
In a world where getting someone to engage can be challenging, anyone who’s engaged with you counts as a ‘warm lead.’
They’re already well on their way to being a customer.
But only if you encourage them through ‘touchpoints.’
Touchpoints are positive interactions.
So, do you give your warm leads enough ‘touchpoints’ to become familiar with you, your brand, your offerings, your value? Or do you give them a ‘like’ and move on?
Are you ‘over-eager’ for reaching new people, or do you value and cherish the people who are already engaging with you, and shower them with increasing value and positive touchpoints?
What are ‘juicy offers?’
Selling for spicy accountants often feels as simple as “offer tits, get cash”, but that’s not really how offers work.
Alex Hormozi wrote a life-changing book called “$100M Offers: How To Make Offers So Good People Feel Stupid Saying No” (and only costs ninety-nine cents.) It goes much deeper into juicy offers than I do here.
The book hinges on Alex’s ‘value equation’. It’s his equation for increasing your offer’s value in the eyes others.
This basically means whatever you offer someone, they’re judging it on:
A juicy offer elevates the first two things, and minimizes the latter two. If your offer does this well, your audience will see (perceive) it as ‘valuable’ and ‘worth paying for’ or ‘acting on.’
People are being offered hundreds of things every day, and whatever you’re offering is being compared to those.
You either make your offer ‘juicier’ (in the eyes of your tribe) or you get passed by.
Should I really persuade people past objections?
Longer answer… 99% of the time, if you have a decent product, and you know it will contribute to a healthier, more abundant life for your prospect, the right thing to do is persuade people past their objections.
Picture this: A man has cancer. You offer him a rock-solid cancer cure, but he ‘objects’ because he’s been burned by scammers before. You persuade him it’s the real deal, but he then objects because it ‘costs too much.’ You help him figure out a way he can afford it, persuading him past this objection, but then he objects because it “takes too long.”
Should you give up here? Stop persuading past his objections?
No, the right thing to do is deal with this final objection so he can get the valuable cure that will help him.
Too extreme? Fine.
Imagine someone complaining there’s nothing good on TV. You have just the show for them, you’re confident it’s a fit for them. Should you just hold your tongue as they whine, wasting their day away on complaints about the state of television? Or should you persuade them to try your show, selling them on it as hard as you can without being an a$$hole?
99% of the time, if you have a decent product, and you know it will contribute to a healthier, more abundant life for your prospect, the right thing to do is persuade people past their objections.
We’re coming up on the final steps.
And steps 11 and 12 are fairly easy and straight-forward, but you’d be surprised how many people fail at these points. Be smarter and more disciplined than them.
If you’ve done all the other steps well, the deal should practically close itself.
You’ve appealed to a tribe’s primary desires, engaged them with multiple touchpoints until they feel comfortable with you, made undeniably juicy offers and persuaded them past any objections. They’re ready to buy.
You just need a compelling call-to-action, a next-step they can take to buy, whether that’s a subscription link, an invoice, or something else.
It does sound like a lot of ‘work.’
But that’s the 12 steps of selling for spicy accountants.
Every CEO, influencer, or entrepreneur you look up to performed these steps well in order to build their business.
There’s no getting around them.
Successful people literally ‘create jobs’ because there’s so much work to do.
If you want to be successful, you’ll do ‘the work’ until you earn enough to hire someone and create a job. This is why jobs exist, because some entrepreneur followed the twelve steps for long enough, solo, or they partnered with someone for 6 of them, or whatever.
The point is, these twelve steps of profitable selling absolutely, positively, MUST be done if you want a reliable, successful, income-machine in your life.
(Unless you want to be a freaky exception like Helene Hadsell, The Contest Queen, but learning to be that is just as much work for most people.)
Anyway, the consistent repetition is key.
And while steps 11 & 12 are fairly easy and straight-forward, you’d be surprised how many people fail at these ones.
Be smarter and more disciplined than them.
There we have it!
To wrap up, if you practice these steps and actually get good at them, you’ll be able to make money well and control your finances.
As you improve at them, growing better, so will your wealth grow.
I’m an ex-sex-worker, ex-junkie, Mom of three… and I care about you. That’s why I’m opening my calendar to help walk you through some of these steps and to help you apply them to your specific situation.
We’ll have a quick chat where I ask you questions about your life and biz so I can understand where you’re coming from, and then I’ll offer you some custom tailored solutions that are a fit for you. If that sounds good to you, click the button below to go to my calendar and book a timeslot in you timezone.