Email sales funnels are a long-term game. And just because it doesn’t work on the first try doesn’t mean it’s not for you. Despite being a long-term game, there are some key factors that MOST successful email funnels have that help to contribute to conversions and a higher success rate. There are three key factors to consider to increase the conversion rate of your email sales funnel.
In our businesses, and our personal lives for that matter, saying “NO” has to be done. By saying “YES” all the time to everything and everyone it’s a drain. And if you’re showing up to serve your clients or even your family, drained, I’d argue you’re doing them a HUGE disservice and those two groups of people deserve your best.
Dillon and Sarah King are the founders of www.withthekings.com. By creating and selling courses, they have made over a million dollars in sales while working less than 5 hours/week. They believe in family first, and with (almost) 4 children under 4, they are so thankful for their business, because it has given them the freedom to be fully present parents.
Introducing automation into our businesses can be tricky, confusing, and downright frustrating, let’s be real here! But automation, especially automating the selling process, can be the quickest way to scale your business, without costing you more of your precious time.
To celebrate the 100th episode, today I’m sharing 10 lessons learned in 10+ years of online entrepreneurship. I’ve probably made all of the mistakes an entrepreneur can make, I’ve had huge successes and huge failures, and have been in 4 vastly different businesses, and so today I want to dive a bit deeper into the lessons I’ve learned in my entrepreneurial journey.
In this episode I talk about the two things that your group actually needs to create content that converts:
Your content needs to be delivered consistently and your prompts need to be consistently creative.
In order for your group to be the “go to” group for your ideal client, you need to share content on the regular and encourage your group members to do the same through a culture of engagement. You shouldn’t be the only creating content and engaging in your group.