Communication challenges are something we all face in business from time to time, especially if we offer products & services to our audience.
The problem is simple.
We believe we’re not saying the right things to the right people at the right time or in the right way.
It always comes back to that!
In today’s episode, we’re going to walk through the 5 most common launch communication challenges, why they are happening and a few ways to lean in and handle them!
You’ll want to pay close attention to each challenge - once you identify where you struggle the most, you’ll be able to make some easy corrections and changes…
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/185
What’s the most challenging part of putting a launch together? For me, it’s the sales page.
I love getting to know my audience, talking to each person one on one, really digging into what’s challenging each person. I LOVE connecting with people.
And yet - when I sit down to write the sales page for my online courses, I often freeze.
The blank page stares back at me literally challenging me to sound like a weirdo and show my true colors to the world.
Now, even though I have years of knowing my message and going through the process of writing sales page, this is the one thing that comes up every time I’m about to launch.
So - I’m bringing in the expert, because many of you have also reached out to me asking how a non-copywriter can create powerful sales messages.
Today’s guest is Christine Blubaugh - a sales copywriter who works with creative entrepreneurs, coaches, and course creators.
See the full show notes here: http://www.annesamoilov.com/184
Are you on online course or digital product creator?
If so, then listen up.
We all know that people aren’t finishing online courses. They are buying and buying and buying, but rarely getting through your content.
So, if you’ve ever wondered why people shell out their hard earned cash, seem really gung ho, but then either disappear after a few weeks of being hot & heavy in your Facebook group, you gotta listen to today’s episode.
Now there’s a lot of reasons this could be happening. And today we’re going to dive into this epidemic and come up with talk about the things you have control over and the things you don’t!
See more show notes at annesamoilov.com/183.
You are so ready for this.
The dates are on the calendar. Team has been hired. Pages are being designed and developed. Everything is moving forward - and you feel great. Confident that you’ve thought of everything to make next launch a success.
You planned it out. Took the time. Talked to your ideal customers.
One of the best things you can do for yourself right now is to ask - Have I missed anything? Do I have all the information I need?
After years of working on launches of all sizes, I’ve seen steps get missed that impact the entire launch. These aren’t necessarily mistakes, but they do effect how smoothly things are running...and are often discovered after the doors are open--when things are a little harder to fix.
Today we’re talking about 5 key steps that are so easy to miss because we don’t see them as steps in the launch planning process.
See more show notes at annesamoilov.com/182
A few years ago I shared how I like to do two big reviews of my business. One mid-year business review and one at the end of the year.
Whether you’re just getting started in your business or you’ve been up and running for years, this one of those times when you get to reflect, pause and then make decisions about the next 3-6 months.
They can be invaluable to your growth. The more aware you are of what’s working, what’s not, what you said you were going to do vs. what you didn’t do...and what you ended up bringing
How has this year been going for you?
Are you happy with your progress so far? And is your business growing?
Let’s dig in and find out together: annesamoilov.com/181