Some Q and A…
Anyway, I know there are a lot of questions lingering in your head after our system overview, and I thought it is better if we do some ‘defogging’ before we continue.
Let’s take care of all questions – and complains. Here goes question #1!
How does giving away stuff build Authority?
Excellent question, my friend!
When you give away stuff to your subscribers, they will start to view you as someone who is generous in sharing.
The key is to share high-quality stuff because then people will start to treat you as their reference all the time.
When they have a question, they will go to you.
When they have a problem, they will go to you.
When they need a solution, they will buy from you.
You will be the one they look up to, and they will be willing to pay you good money to get access to what you know!
NOTE: Sharing is not the same as doing charity! That’s why I say you should pitch your paid product in every single thing that you put out there.
We need to tell our subscribers that “we have our own bags of ‘insiders’ tricks’; if you want to get access, you need to invest your money”.
Think of email marketing like TV series. People watch those stuff all day long. Prison Break? The O. C.? You name it.
The reason is simple. People just love to be involved in a continuity, a process.
I mean imagine you’re watching your favorite TV series; aren’t you dying to know what happens next?
Don’t you wait on your couch at the same time every day and tune to the same channel?
There’s no reason why the same can’t happen for your subscribers, too!
Not too many, my friend.
In fact, I’d suggest giving away freebies a maximum of 3 – 4 times in a month, including the original freebies you offer on your squeeze page.
There’s a good reason for this. You don’t want your subscribers to be expecting FREE stuff from you all the time. Once they develop a habit of receiving free stuff from you, they won’t buy from you again.
But here are the reasons why you should give away freebies:
- To presell your paid product. The content in your freebie should in some way or another build awareness and anticipation towards your paid product.
- To build a relationship. Gifts are supposed to strengthen bonds, right?
- To create subconscious reciprocation. When you give something away for free, they will be urged to give something back in return.
- To build Authority, of course. 😉
For these reasons, giving away freebies can be the best way to monetize your subscribers.
One Email Course per Paid Product! Are You Kidding?
I know it looks like LOTS of work at this point. But here’s the good news.
Creating email course is not as hard as you think it is. I will lay out the process of creating your email courses later on, and I’m gonna do it in the most simple and straightforward manner.
Email course has been proven to be an absolute conversion monster, especially if you’re using it to create awareness and presell your paid products.
Marketers who are using email courses in their Autoresponder sequence has witnessed their conversion rate skyrocketed.
Also, the good part, this is where the automation in your business lies. I’ll elaborate on how you can use your email courses and put your business on complete autopilot.
But that’s for later, my friend!
Yes. You can’t set up a successful business without the right tool in your hands. At the minimum, you’re going to need:
A website hosting provider.
I personally use BlueHost and I’ve been very satisfied with their service so far.
I recommend you get a 3-year plan because you’ll get the best rate and the search engines do not favor website with less than 2-year plans.
That’s their biggest discount available! You can get started for $3.95 a month.
A domain name for your website.
If you go with BlueHost you’ll get a free domain name with your account. My recommendation if you don’t go with BlueHost would be Namecheap, as they offer really cheap domain names.
By the way, you should pick a domain name that goes well with your niche.
You should then install WordPress on your domain.
Its really easy and by far your best choice. BlueHost has great step by step videos and one-click installation. As a special bonus, I have a WordPress plugin Easy WP Fast Start that I’ll give you $50.00 off on because I want you to become an Internet Marketing Bad Ass quickly.
Needless to say, an auto-responder is crucial to make this system work, because without it, automation would be IMPOSSIBLE.
I’ll not get into a debate about whether Aweber, Sendlane or GetResponse is better here, but I’ll just tell you that I’m extremely happy with Sendlane.
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If you’re starting on a tight budget MailChimp is a great way to get started for cheap. They have get service, the best free plan to get you going and integrate with Facebook Ads. Only free plan I know of with automation. They’ll help make you Internet Famous fast.
So, I recommend you sign up for an account today. MailChimp offers a FREE Plan, and you’ll only have to pay after you get 500 subscribers.
Well stop reading and take action. Get to work setting up your Simple Selling System Now.
- Go to Bluehost and get your domain name and web hosting done!
- Install WordPress and Easy WP Fast Start!
- Get your autoresponder set up with SendLane or MailChimp.
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