If you've been running your online business for a while, you'll know that launching is a popular marketing strategy. It's a great way to announce your new offerings to the world and get people to enrol in your courses or programs. However, there isn’t one way to launch. This article gives you an overview of the 5 types of launches and which one is better suited for your product.
One of the tools you'll need to create a funnel is an email marketing platform, such as Mailchimp, ConvertKit or my personal favourite, MailerLite. In this post, I share the 5 features your email marketing tool needs to have so you can launch successfully and grow your business with ease.
Despite what many online experts would lead you to believe, creating a lead magnet, or a freebie, requires more work than merely dumping what you know in a Google Doc. Keep reading to learn the five easy steps to set up your first funnel and attract subscribers.
So you want to launch your brand new program. You know what you need to do - run a webinar, send a few emails and run some Facebook ads. It's not that hard. Wrong! A launch has many moving parts, and you don't want to miss any. To ensure your launch goes as smoothly as possible, you need to understand the experience you are creating for your potential clients, i.e. your customer journey.
Content sharing is essential to creating awareness about you and your business. It’s a way to showcase your expertise and show people how you can help them. Content creation doesn’t need to be hard. Learn the five elements you need to create content consistently week after week.
This week, I have been sharing a few articles on Facebook about how to create a content calendar. Truth be told, there is no one-size-fits-all approach; there are many ways to manage all your content, and as many tools to help you with that process.