Are you going to launch soon? Or are you launching right now?
Then, you know that there are a variety of tasks, moving technical pieces, and jobs that need to get done to make that launch happen.
Am I right?
Landing pages, sales page, video script, webinar slides, writing your email, scheduling social media, coming up with the overall strategy and plan…
We’re being called on a daily basis to be copywriters, graphic designers, business strategists, paid traffic experts, CEOs, bookkeepers, and so much more in our business!
It’s no wonder why it often takes a whole lot of patience, time, and humility to get our products, services, and big ideas launched to the world.
So today, I’m going to talk about 4 of those roles you’ll playing during your launch, whether you’re working alone or with a team.
These are roles that you will need to assume if you are working alone--and most of us do start completely solo.
If you’re curious about the 4 people you need to become during a launch, this week’s episode is for you!
For full show notes, head on over to annesamoilov.com/219.
If you’re launching soon, do you have your coming soon or waiting list page up?
If you do, but aren’t getting anyone signing up to be on your interest list, no worries...today’s episode is for you.
One of the first places experience you and your business (and the thing you’re launching) is on your waitlist.
As soon as you set an exact or rough launch date, your waitlist is the perfect place to send people who might be interested in your product.
I know this sounds simple.
We’ve all seen the “coming soon” pages. We’ve seen the “enrollment is closed” pages...and we know that this page can be an important way to make sure people raise their hands, show their interest…
So today, we’re going to talk about 6 SUPER SIMPLE WAYS to get people to sign up for your waitlist.
You can (and should) start add these to your to do list TODAY! For full show notes, head on over to annesamoilov.com/218.
Do you ever feel stuck in a rut in your business?
Day after day, week after week, you do the same things… never really trying anything new?
You’ve got your podcast and your webinars and your blog posts and your social. And not to say what you’ve got happening doesn’t work, but do you ever wonder if it could be better?
If you do wonder that, do you keep looking for that thing that will change, improve, or help you grow?
What about doing something slightly different--that doesn’t require you to change everything or hire anyone.
The best thing you can do is test something. Actually, start testing many things!!
That’s what we’re talking about today - why running tests is so important for your business.
So, if you’re ready to shake things up, today’s episode is for you.
For full show notes, head on over to annesamoilov.com/217.