This went out in an email today, but I want to make sure everyone sees it. We’ve been seeing a lot of questions and concerns about how our technology can be more powerful than those who have been around longer, as well as why we have a 30 day refund policy vs. longer (that’ll be another post). Here, I’m going to address the first question. From the email:
… Since we’ve “only” been in business for three years, how can our subliminals be more powerful than those that’s been around for years? The answer is quite simple.
The Internet and technology has changed things.
When these other companies launched, technology was NOWHERE as advanced as now. Look at modern cell phones. My iPhone 12 Pro Max is more powerful than the majority of CURRENT low-end consumer laptops, and it’s much more powerful than high end gaming / productivity machines from 2005.
Not only that, but we have an infinite wealth of information at our fingertips. As part of my graduate degree, I have near instantaneous access to scientific journals, hard to access obscure books, neuroscientists, professors, philosophical leaders, etc.
Instead of focusing on how “old” a company is, look at how they innovate. Innovation matters more than age. Don’t believe me? Look at how many legacy companies are shutting down because they didn’t embrace innovation. Look at what happened to BlockBuster. In early 2000, Netflix founders Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph offered to sell the company to Blockbuster for $50 million. BlockBuster laughed them out of the room.
We know how that ended. BlockBuster is no more.
For those in the United States, take a look at the fates of Kmart, Sears, Borders and Barnes and Nobles. All companies on the verge of collapse, with no one willing to fund them. Why did they fail? None of them truly innovated with the rise of eCommerce. Guess what company experienced an insane increase of profit in 2020? That’s right, AMAZON.
Innovation is the key.
At SubliminalClub, we embrace innovation, testing and customer feedback. That’s why our products work so well. The “appeal to authority” is just a logical fallacy that legacy companies and those without imaginations try to hide behind.
In 2021, we’ve got some mindblowing innovations coming out, so stay tuned. More stories and answers coming later this week.