Transforming Your Business Isn't About Doing A Million Different Things. It's About Finding ONE BIG THING And Then Leveraging That. Frank Kern has been advising entrepreneurs like you all day, every day, to do just that since 1999. This is his podcast. More at FrankKernPodcast.com.
I started running conversion ads. Should I turn the ad spin back down while it's burning or should I just ride it out?
So I made a bit of a rookie error here. I started running conversion ads last week, and we got pretty good results. We sold 21 orders overall, 20 purchases of the offer and then 1 purchase of the upsell product, which is a markdown subscription to our on-demand training.
And so I went in earlier this week and put more money behind it, and I wound up changing the conversion event and I didn't notice...
When I set up lead ads recently, the share option was not there. Did I do something wrong or did that change, and are the shares important?
I've run lead ads before and I noticed that sometimes they are shareable. In other words, people can click share and when the program started, they shared amongst friends. They shared and we were able to get more leads that way, just from the shares. I noticed this time when I set up the lead ads, the share option was not there...
How do I go about differentiating myself from the competition?
I want to be seen as different, partially because I'm more expensive than other videographers they may have experienced in the past. So how would you go about that, would you want to educate them about that in maybe that first free video?
What type of lead magnet do you suggest for a high-end video production company?
I'm kind of at the beginning, so I was wondering what type of a lead magnet you would suggest for my business, which is a high-end video production company...
We've applied your advice in the past to our brick and mortar, and now we'd like to get your advice on the best way to sell this thing in this day and age.
What I'm trying to get done now is all of the pieces for this puzzle, and through the years we gathered lots and lots of things. So I'd just like to get your what twos and why fours on the best way to sell this thing now, in this day and age?
So, it's been a long time since I've worked with any ass-kickers (that is what I call self defense people). What worked in the past and what probably still works is...
How do you ease up your workload to focus more on the sales side than the deliverables side?
I'm just trying to figure out how to ease up the workload that I have for myself, so I can focus more on the sales side instead of the constant deliverables...which are bananas.
Well, which is your strong point?
I mean, I've run ads for years, so that's, I mean, I've always, essentially created a new job for myself. I'm going to be the business owner, except I just keep then creating new jobs for myself...
He is 100% right on the money and does tell it like it’s shown.