In this week's episode we're gonna talk about what it was like running a Virtual Summit. We go...
Are you making any of the 4 biggest mistakes that could be holding you back from making money from...
Whether you’re planning a new launch or just want to freshen up your existing funnels, these 3...
Did you get off track and now you’re desperately trying to figure out what to send your list if you haven’t emailed them in forever? This is one of the most common questions I get on the daily. We all know that it’s important to send our list emails regularly. But most of us (ok like 99.99999% of us) sometimes fall off the wagon at some point.
Are you debating on launching a small digital product vs a live masterclass? If you keep asking yourself if you should focus on creating a tiny, Easy Yes Offer for $27, or should do a live class that you can charge a little more for, there are a few things to consider.
Have you been curious about hosting your own virtual summit but you keep telling yourself that you’re not “big enough” yet or your list is too tiny? From booking guests to deciding on your topic, Krista Miller is sharing some of her best tips with you.
If you’re like me and you consider yourself a “perfectionist”, it can be nerve-racking to hand over your to-do list. What if they suck? What if you have to redo it and then you’re not only out the money and time it took to do it yourself but you also feel like an idiot? I’ve been there and hopefully, I can help you avoid the same pitfalls.
The big elephant in the room is that people get too into their heads when it comes to email marketing. You’ve been told that it’s the number one most important thing you can do in your business ever and because of that, make it this huge gigantic THING and it doesn’t have to be that way.
As you know, I love to talk about email marketing, making sales, creating easy yes offers, and all that juicy goodness. However, none of these strategies work unless you have people on your email list to actually send emails to. I know – captain obvious here. But if you’ve ever created an opt-in and people just aren’t signing up for it, it’s probably one of these 5 lead magnet mistakes.