Julie Stoian – Create Your Laptop Lifestyle
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Author: Julie Stoian
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This is not gonna be your mama’s sales page. Even though I am a mama of four (#madrespectmoms), I’m a straight shooter and refuse to manipulate you with slushy sales tactics or bore you with stories you don’t give a rat’s ass about. I will also be brutally honest about what it really takes to succeed, and whether or not you have it.
There’s really only two reasons you’re here:
You want to become a digital marketer and make GOOD money either building a Digital Marketing business or scaling your course and coaching business (last month I did $26,000 in client work, and an additional $80,000 in courses and online coaching)
You have a business or business idea that is SORELY in need of BAD ASS digital marketing
(and you’re fed up with crappy coaches who simply regurgitate gurus)
If you don’t fit into either of those two categories, this course isn’t for you.
Now that that’s outta the way…
The Job of THIS Sales Page is To Help You Overcome the Objections in Your Head About Whether or Not To Take My Offer.
Because really, there are only five reasons you won’t take me up on what I’m offering
by the end of this direct-response rant.
No Need – You don’t really need to become a Digital Marketer because a) you have a great job already, or b) you would rather pay someone to do your business’s digital marketing than learn it yourself. But guess what, many of you might *think* you don’t need it, when you most certainly do.
No Hurry – Procrastination Station is your country of residence and you prefer dreaming about doing things than actually doing them. Since I am an action taker of EPIC proportions, I get really annoyed by procrastinators and would rather not work with them. To that end, I will purposely create urgency to weed out those who like to sit on the sidelines.
No Desire – You landed here by accident (or because my targeting sucks) and therefore, you really could care less about Digital Marketing and you’re annoyed at my sarcastic obnoxious language. You might even be writing an email to me in your head right now about what an arrogant pain in the ass I am.
No Trust – Ahhh the biggie. You don’t really know who I am or if I can deliver on my promises. This is legit. I wouldn’t trust me without knowing me either. So we’ll get a little intimate here in a few.
No Money – Ahhh the second biggie. You’re broke as joke. By the way, most people aren’t as broke as they say. What they mean is that the price I’m asking is not equal (in your head) to the value I provide. After I show you that a Digital Marketing career OR bad-ass Digital Marketing skills in your business are the difference between in debt, or making multiple six figures a year, the price won’t seem so bad.
TRUTH BOMB #1
I know this because I am one.
Digital Marketers are defined by people who can use the Internet to find new leads and get customers…aka money. The VERY skill set of a Digital Marketer is about finding and making money through online prospecting and sales.
Digital Marketers are Money Finders and Money Makers.
If my funnels blow up tomorrow, if my brand crashes into the ocean, if my client thinks I’m a dink…it’s okay. Because I know how to find and make more brands, clients, and funnels. The skills in my tool belt are the money finding and making skills that can be leveraged on the most powerful tool on Planet Earth…the Internet.
TRUTH BOMB #2
I know, rocket science.
If you’re not on the Internet, you’re barely a business. Seriously.
The Internet crushes TV, newspapers, mail, every other mode of advertising out there.
That means if you have a business, you better learn Digital Marketing FAST, or find someone who does. And if you want to be a Digital Marketer, the news is very good. The GOOD ones will ALWAYS be busy because every business in the world…needs YOU.
You Need to Understand Digital Marketing.
That’s the Bottom Line.
If you’re following along on this lesson on direct response, I’ve just crushed the objection about need.
Planning + Market Research for a New Digital Product or Service
How do you test the waters of an idea/service/offer before you dump THOUSANDS down the drain? We’ll go over the FIRST things you need to do with a business before you do anything else.
Overall Business Assessment: Is the business non-existent yet, or is it online but a disaster and disorganized?
Competition Assessment: Where are the business’s competitors and what are they doing that works?
Business Owner Assessment: Including evaluating the lifestyle, personality, time and skill set of the business owner.
Past Success/Failure Assessment: Why things work and why they don’t. How to learn from mistakes so they aren’t repeated.
Ideal Client Avatar: Who is the customer, who is the lead, and how do the ideas and/or existing offers reach the avatar?
Budgeting + Timelines: The best plans in the world mean nothing if there’s no money or no time to work with.
Research Phase Setup: What you need and what you don’t in the development of an online business.
Blog Post Optimization through Content Upgrades: Using blog signature content with upgrades to test the market for advertising.
Learn how to create a brand through colors, fonts, and messaging. Understand the bare minimum to get started vs. the whole SHEBANG, and how to know what to spend money on and where. Creating a brand that’s flexible enough to pivot in the fast-moving digital space is KEY.
A Logo that can Grow: Logos on a budget when the business is just getting started. How to create one that can pivot and grow.
Brand Boards: How to create them in Photoshop for consistency across all materials.
Business Name vs. Product Names: Brainstorming names that are memorable.
Tag lines, Titles, Domain Names: For funnels, web, and other platforms
Templates, Cover Photos, and Consistency: Planning for what you need to create a consistent theme.
Professional Photos: Branding photo shoots on a budget.
Creation of Programs + Offers
Problem solving and agitation. The master plan built and then broken down into chunks. What is the BIG plan and vision, and how to create smaller affordable step-by-step plans for build out of an online business? And mostly, how can you make a plan that’s FLEXIBLE enough to pivot as needed?
Development of Core Offers: How to pick and frame your core offers, including what is easiest to start with.
Development of Entry Offers: Creation of entry level offers that take into consideration, wow factor, value, price, and cost to make.
Development of Free Offers: Discovery and development of PDF’s, Checklists, e-Guides, Quizzes, Masterclasses, e-Courses + more.
Pairing Up Your Offers: Even if you can’t execute the master vision right from the start, pair up your offers for maximum profits.
Outline of Content/Preparation for Launch: How to break up the plan into manageable phases with outlines and calendar dates for launch.
Lead Generation to 1k Subscribers Prior to a Launch
Using Lead Magnets, Content Upgrades, Challenges, and Facebook Ads for a pre-sell and BETA launch. How to get to a list of 1000 subscribers with classic list building strategies, why you use them, and preparation for release of product.
List Building Foundations: What email service provider to use, best practices, and setup.
Giveaways: Running a giveaway that generates quality leads for the launch of your product.
Free Challenges: How to create and style a challenge that excites your prospects.
Quizzes: How to create a quiz to generate leads
Live Webinars: All the steps to creating a live webinar for list building
Messenger Bots: How to use FB live and messenger bots to grow your list
Running Ads: How to use Facebook Ads to build your list
Facebook Group: Using Facebook groups to keep your list warm.
The Art + Science of Copy and Storytelling
Why writing and storytelling are at the root of every successful online business. How to hack copy, and when not to. Learn how to write direct response sales pages, launch emails, plus resources for emails and ads.
Weekly Broadcasts Before You Have Anything to Sell: As the list grows, you’ll need to make sure you’re keeping your subscribers warm.
Welcome Sequences: The introduction to the business that every lead must progress through.
Storytelling Through Social Media: How to stay engaged with your followers through stories on social media.
Direct Response Copy Foundations: What is direct-response copy and why is it necessary in online business?
Sales Page Copy: How to write a sales page when you haven’t done it before. Resources and strategies for getting it right the first time.
Writing Webinars + Scripts: Preparing for a live webinar with tips on webinar scripts and selling.
Launch Emails: What kinds of emails to send during the BETA launch, and how to sell without being salesy.
Keeping On Top of ALL the Copy: There is SO MUCH copywriting in business online. Strategies for staying ahead of the curve
The Pre-Sale + Launch Process
Sales Page Design, Emails, and Live Webinars are used to sell to a small list for those first pre-sales. The first time that product goes to market, how are you going to sell it and validate it? This module will explore the launch process for the release of a product or service.
Sales Page Setup & Design: Strategies, tools, and tips for beautiful sales pages that convert.
Partners and/or JV Affiliates: Research and pitching to partner affiliates for launch. Creation of affiliate programs and tools to use.
Beta Pricing: Final pricing and tiers for your BETA launch.
Pre-launch Plan and Calendar: Calendar and planning for a seamless release.
The Launch of the Product with a Live Webinar: Using the 5-day challenge to build buzz and warm the list.
Open the Cart: The launch sequence and your first sales.
Product Development After Launch
Once the sales are in, how to develop the course as you go, onboard new clients, and get vital feedback for social proof. Tools, systems, and staying on track now that you have buying customers ready to consume your content.
Course Development Strategies: Building a course/product as you go doesn’t have to be scary. Tools, systems, and planning to stay on track.
Onboarding: Seamless on boarding experience to wow customers/clients, including emails, checkins, and customer communication.
Feedback: With the first release of anything, feedback is critical to longterm success. How to get feedback and results.
Refunds and Issues: Dealing with unhappy clients/customers and policies to put in place.
Turning The Product Launch Into an Evergreen Funnel
Learn how to tell if a product should be in launch mode always, or turned into a funnel. Learn how to create up sells, down sells, and choosing the right funnel. Build a step-by-step plan for implementation.
Market Research to Tighten the Entry Offers: How to revisit the initial plan and create a tighter offer now that you have customers to ask!
Funnel Plans: The most common types of funnels and how to pick the right one for the products you’re offering.
Real Life Business Sessions: Recordings of funnel planning sessions for real life businesses
Clickfunnels Support: Access to the Clickfunnels tutorials needed to get you up and running!
Funnel Bridges: Connecting complimentary offers to generate more revenue out of each customer/client.
Growth + Development to Support Your Funnels
Social Media, Content Management, SEO, and PR. An overview of additional ways to build the online empire once it’s on good footing. Ongoing Content Strategy + Editorial Planning: How to plan out a year’s worth of blog posts and maximize efficiency with templates. SEO Overview: What does good SEO look like in 2017?
Summits, Podcasts, Publicity: Where to go to get noticed as an expert and authority.
The Amazon Connection: How to use Amazon’s marketplace and self-publishing to increase your brand.
Social Media – Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube: Meaningful Social Media that matters
Interviews and Guest Posts: Increasing visibility through interviews and guest posts.
LinkedIn – How to find clients on LinkedIn if you’re a Digital Marketer.