If it’s your own Facebook Group, then you can market your programs with no problem.
Author: Nick James
If you had one wish, what would it be for?
Everyone’s got a book inside of them, just waiting to get out. And some people have dozens of books that can each be earning them a monthly income… if only they could just get started.
You’re driving through strange new lands to a destination you’ve never seen. Sometimes you go for miles without seeing anything that indicates you’re even on the right road. Then finally a sign appears, telling you that your destination is up ahead. If you’re like most people, when you see this sign you immediately relax. You feel better because you’ve been reassured that you’re traveling in the right direction and your reward is close.
Any one of these videos can be made in as little as a few minutes if you already know what to say into the camera.
Yet every single one of these can produce massive results when you incorporate them into your websites and sales funnels.
In a traditional education you are taught there is ONE right answer.
Remember multiple choice tests? You were told that “C” was the right answer and “A” “B” and “D” were wrong.
As marketers we like to talk about all the good stuff while hoping prospects don’t think about or see the ‘bad’ stuff.
You know… things like cost, problems, competition and lousy reviews.
I bought something this week from an Ebay style of website called Mercari. I expected to get what I saw in the photos of the listing – pretty reasonable expectation, right?
Today when I visited a website for the first time, a pop-up offered me a cool freebie. Once I entered my email address, the page rolled over to an offer for a $7 product.
I have a coaching client who has done fairly well building his online business. He’s got a funnel set up that is totally automated and makes a decent income, and it works like this:
He runs ads to send traffic to a squeeze page where visitors opt in to get a freebie. Then the autoresponder sequence kicks in and sends people to various sales pages where he makes money.