Jadah Sellner first rolled onto the internet scene as co-founder of Simple Green Smoothies - which grew their audience very quickly in its first year in business. They attribute a lot of that success to how they built their community and tribe using Instagram and a 30 day challenge.
Cut to today - Jadah has started a new venture where she helps entrepreneurs build their own communities using metrics some may shrug off but have really been at the core of how she does everything.
In this episode we talk about:
▪Finding the best place to spotlight your talents so your audience can find you
▪What to do once you do find this “dance floor”
▪Love Metrics - What are they and why they are so important to your business?
Plus Jadah teases some of the things she’s working on including the following 2 projects:
We agreed this is a part one of a series of conversations with Jadah! Got questions on how to build your list once you’re dancing on your dance floor?
Visit - http://annesamoilov.com/146 to weigh in, live some love for Jadah, and tell us what else we should cover in the next installment of this inspiring conversation!
Ever wonder how to keep your customers (and subscribers) engaged in between launches?
If not, you should wonder - and make sure to keep your relationship strong. Because - Repeat Business Is EASIER to get than new business!
Once you have established a relationship with someone – especially with things like business coaching, personal training, very personal and intimate relationships are born.
Don’t take those relationships for granted. Keep it simple, but make sure to hit upon a few touchpoints in order to keep them happy (returning) customers).
Today we talk about 3 things your customers need to hear you say regularly – whether you’re launching or not!
Full show notes at: annesamoilov.com/145
If you’d like help with planning out your next launch, along with deciding how you’ll communicate leading up to that launch, join our upcoming live workshop here: http://www.planwithmeclass.com
In this episode, you’ll learn all about creating a launch map...why it’s important to create a complete map, most important elements to include in a launch plan (or map), how far in advance to do it...and the huge opportunity you lose out on by NOT creating a full picture of your launch in advance.
Want a profitable launch?
Don’t fly by the seat of your pants. Create a launch map.
I’m going to help you create a fully fleshed out launch map. One that you’ll turn into your complete launch to do list.
Behind every successful launch I’ve worked, there’s been a clear, well-thought out plan. Before the product was finished. Before the partners were contacted. Before the open cart date was defined. Before the team was assembled. The launch plan and scheduled served as the bones for everything.
And, I’m teaching a live workshop at the end of June to help you assemble your own map.
So, if you’ve got at least 6-8 weeks before your next launch, carve out time, sit down with others doing the same thing, get support...and attend my workshop:
Plan With Me: Create Your Next Launch Map Live workshop happens on 6/30th
Sign up by Monday, June 19th for some extra bonuses!
You’ll find the full show notes at annesamoilov.com/144
Today’s episode is a question from YOU! Recently I received a request to help someone figure out which online course builder to use...so I decided this was a great question to share with everyone who listens to the podcast.
If you are an online course creator looking to get their courses launched asap, this might just be your ticket...
If you aren’t terribly techy and have heard there are some easier ways to get your digital product created, don’t have a team or work with one person - then finding the right course builder could be just the thing to kickstart your business.
In this episode we talk about:
Why you might be considering either switching to or looking for a place to house your product
Your options for creating an online course - plugins, done for you, oh my
Questions to ask before you settle on one platform to be your permanent product home
Some deeper considerations when looking at companies that offer course creation software or plugins.
Also - if you want to dig deeper, we’ve got a bunch of resources pulled
Welcome to another episode - I don’t know if it’s because people are really obsessed with this topic, maybe I am too... but I keep running across posts and posts and downloads and resources all about getting more traffic - to your blog, to your sales page, to your webinars, to your whatever.
And I won’t lie - I got sucked into it. It’s not the first time either.
A few years ago I was trying to create 3 different pieces of content each week. 1 video, 1 blog post, 1 podcast...
Until I said wait - too much. This is not getting me more traffic, more leads or more sales...
So I stopped and returned to an easier 1x a week publishing schedule.
Now - today, i’m going to share what I know about the myths of getting more traffic and some small but powerful actions to get you more eyes on what matters most.
We’ll talk about:
Full show notes over at annesamoilov.com.