Whoa, slow down!
If you noticed, this blog is called Attversumption.com. And you may have arrived at this blog by learning about a blog called Spider’s Secret. So what’s the Spider’s Secret? And what’s Attversumption anyway?
Let’s take one question at a time, shall we?
So what’s Attversumption? Attversumption as you’ve kinda figured out, is the combined sequence of attraction, conversion, and yes…most importantly, consumption. Drop into a Borders book store, or whipple your way through Amazon, and attraction and conversion titles pop up like a bad rash.
But consumption? How on earth do you control consumption?
It ain’t the hardest thing in the world to attract. Any dope can attract. But attraction doesn’t exactly head you into conversion-country. Conversion, as we’ve all worked out, is a bit trickier. But consumption? How do you get a customer to eat what they’ve ordered? You can’t force them to ‘eat’, can you? So yeah, dippy doo, they’ve bought your product or service, but they aren’t going to use it. They aren’t going to get all that value you promised.
Should you bother?
I would. I sure would, based on how I behave as a customer. I didn’t drink margaritas as a two year old. But somewhere along the way, one margarita gave way to another, and another. Till today, I’m a bit of a margarita-freak. Coffee, iTunes, Biriyani, vacations in Goa, Amazon.com, and all my habits (good and bad) are because of consumption. If I didn’t ‘consume’, I’d never have gone back.
So yeah, consumption…can’t live without it.
But that brings us to our second question, eh?
Why did the blog have a name like Spider’s Secret, and end up on Attversumption.com? Ok, so you’re smart enough, and you figured it out,already, haven’t you? Spider’s Secret is the attractor. The content on this blog is the attractor. And once you clickety-click the RSS button (or the email button), you’ve converted. When you keep reading the content, you’ll consume.
And then what?
Then you may decide that you like our stuff so much that you decide to come see us speak. Or buy a product. Or upgrade your skills at our workshops.
And then again, you may not buy anything. You may decide you just like the content.
Which is fine with us, because you’ll learn some pretty combustible stuff here on this blog. Stuff that’s free. And not the half-baked stuff you read on so many blogs out there. Of course if you ever find something crappy on our site, please let me know (Yes, we actually fix things).
So here’s what you should do at this point:
1) Browse around: Look at the posts. Judge for yourself, that this blog is worth subscribing to.
2) Bugs: If you find anything that bugs you, email me. We take bugs, spelling errors etc., very seriously. And nothing is too small or too big. If we can fix it, we will.
3) Subscribe: Once you’ve decided that the content is well worth your time, it’s the logical thing to subscribe and get more of this stuff–just so you can consume
And yeah, enjoy yourself