Have you ever found yourself watching other people’s launches and wondered, how can I do THAT?
Well, today’s episode is for you.
A lot of people come to me with an idea of how they want to launch.
It’s usually because they’ve seen someone else do “something” - a type of launch or a type of event in their launch...and they want to use the same strategy.
Kinda feels like a hairstylist.
You know - people bringing me pictures of the cut or style they want, but not really knowing what it takes to maintain the style, do it themselves, how often it gets trimmed, and do I even need to mention that their hair texture might not be the same??
This never surprises me because - if you’re running an online business of any kind, you have the opportunity to see tons of different businesses and how they promote, market and launch their products & services. You might buy products, you might just watch…
We are always watching.
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/170
Let me ask you a question… and be honest with yourself...
Do you truly believe in yourself? Do you believe you have value to share? Do you believe you can figure out how to use all the online tools to deliver something to people you’ll call customers?
Do you think your ideas are worthy? Do you think you are good enough?
Do you think that you are experienced enough/pretty enough/the right age/etc. to impact people?
Do you think you can stick to a schedule or a plan? Are you confident you can deliver this week’s newsletter?
How do you react or respond when your “plan” goes off the rails? When you can’t do something on your own?
If you want to know why asking these questions is important to your next launch, listen today.
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/169
Last week, I shared my personal case study of how I launched a beta for my new online program The Message Lab.
The one question that kept coming back from you was how much do I charge for my beta?
Should I charge for my beta? Or let people in for free?
If you have no clue how to price your beta program, you’ll want to listen today as I focus on three options to consider.
Spoiler alert: you’re still going to have to make the final call and pick the final price, but I’m hoping my advice gets you closer to your decision!
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/168
One of the best ways to develop an online course or create and perfect a new product is to do a beta launch of it before you go live for the masses.
Even with a small audience, doing a beta launch - takes the pressure off, let’s you experiment with everything from the product all the way to how you get people interested in that product.
So, last summer…
I decided to create a brand new program...and instead of hiding out in a cave for 3 months to create it, I invited 18 people to go through the content with me, as I created WITH THEM.
So, I wasn’t sure I would share this story with you now...but honestly, when I was reviewing the beta I ran during the summer of 2017...not only how I felt about it, but what my participants gained, I realized now was a great time to share that with you.
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/167
Look around you.
Chances are… you work from home and if you’re anything like me, your eyes went directly to the places that probably need a bit of uncluttering.
What do you see? Is there a ton of clutter? Stacks of paper? Dust?
The beginning of any year begs us to take stock of our lives, of our work...and look for ways to improve, clean things up and make a fresh start.
But there’s a bigger reason why it’s important to pay attention to our physical environment, especially if we’re launching, working and growing our businesses from home.
Clutter could be ruining your launches, causing you unnecessary stress and making you an unhealthy entrepreneur.
Today we’re talking to Joann Krall - a home and personal organizer who knows firsthand the impact of clutter. She’s made it her life mission to give people the tools to overcome clutter.
I had a feeling clutter wasn’t going to be just something you need to clean up before the in-laws come over...nope, in this episode we talk about the impact it can have on your launches, your productivity, your creativity...the way you work.
And if you work from home - this isn’t something you can just sweep under the rug if you care about the future of your business.
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/166