Hey there bros 💪 I'm planning to do my outreach via cold emailing, and have a few questions about it. First of all, when does an email get sent into the spam folder? Wouldn't be very bonkers if all the outreach I did got marked as spam by the system and basically no one replied because of it Second of all, I don't know when or where I heard this, but apparently cold emailing to people without their consent can be illegal. Can anyone help me out with when it's legal coz I don't really wanna get sued. And also are these email address finder websites legit? Cuz again, not looking forward to getting sued.
1. You should be good if you warm your inbox up, use instantly and watch a YouTube video on how to set it up. It takes like 2 weeks to get it warmed up, so I would recommend cold calling in the meantime, get you used to talking with other businesses 2. It's not illegal to cold email, it's illegal if it's spam, but if it's sales it's good. 3. I use apollo.io to find emails, it's legal and legit, you just go on websites you want to find owners of, use it and it brings you their email address for free.
I‘m currently working on selecting my niche. My big problems is the price. Everyone recommendes charging between 2000 and 3000 Euros or Dollars but im worried that that price point is to high for my customers to pay and I don‘t wann to select my niche just based of of the selected price point. But a lower price would limit my use of a media buyer. What do you guys recommend? Excited to get some great tips!!!
Brothers what are the best places to find a media buyer currently im in some Facebook groups so if you can give me some recommendations any thing any Facebook groups or web sites or should I Just go on LinkedIn and type in my niche and the servis of my agency and massage freelanceres?
Hey guys, I could use a little help with my niche. I'm thinking I'll offer to market for all companies within the home construction insustry. I know everyone teaches to niche down to one thing, but my logic is that all home construction companies service most of the same target customer. From concrete companies to framing companies to plumbing and electrical companies, to roofing companies. They all serve: homeowners, real estate agencies, property management companies, and general contractors. All their ads should be very similar and probably wouldn't take much to reuse an ad from one industry for another. What do you think? I'm a mason by trade. 6 years of experience, so if I need to niche down, I definitely could. Thanks in advance!!
I had a meeting with a dental client today. They agreed to pay us a % of the money that we make them. This IS SO EXCITING. P.S. My cloudflare name servers still havent updated after more than 3 days, if someone could help me fix it id rlly appreciate it :)
Hey, hope all is well. I have a couple warm leads, people who said they are interested in my services, but are yet to book an appointment. I am considering 2 options to try to turn these leads into appointments: - Straight out pitching them the appointment. In the least-pushy way possible, I could just text them and ask if they are interested in a call where we can talk about what I can bring to their business. - Or, I could film a short, custom loom video that goes over the way my lead generation process works, and then ask if they are interested in talking about how it can be implemented in their business (basically sending them a short, custom VSL). Which way do you all think would be more effective? Any suggestions are welcome. Edit: After trying the custom loom videos, they did not prove to be as effective as I thought. What I found to be a lot more effective turning warm leads into appointments was being more aggressive (not in a pushy way, just more direct) simply asking them to book appointments. I work with a two call close, one initial conversation and then the sales call. During the initial conversation, I simply finish it up asking if they would be interested in talking about how we can work together, and it almost always works. Way better than custom loom videos. However, I do think 1 generic Loom video can be useful for sending the prospect a outline (or VSL) of what service I offer before the call, so they come in with an understanding of what I have to offer. It can also cut the time duration of the meeting and give more time for them to ask questions.
I think probably a loom to be honest, especially if you made it short and didn't include a lot of the details so then you can say, the rest of the details I present in meetings, and if they aren't interested in your offer at the time then just move on there's more fish in the sea.
It would be too bad if you were to go through all of the videos max made, then when it comes to a website, just build a free one, there's plenty like go daddy for example, then email, just make it email@example.com or something of the sort, completely free, then if you need tools for prospecting, Apollo and phantom buster are great, I use both, Apollo for emails (search for owners of the company's) and phantom buster for phone numbers. Then if you need testimony's just go on linked in or up work to find a media buyer and use his results. Hope that helped man good luck 🙏
You can ask to speak to a higher up, so that's why good prospecting's good so you know if your talking to a owner or a assistant. Even just asking if they can give a message to him/her if they're not available works too
I don't have any experience in SMMA and haven't started yet. Is it actually require to have a website before starting SMMA? I don't have enough money for Highlevel subscription and also i don't want to ask my parents for it. Just a bonus question: is it possible to find client without cold call? I don't know any other sms or how to call them in my country. What's the other way that are effective to find a client? I will appreciate all your answers.
1. You don't have to have a website, I would recommend one tho, I lost out on a potential client because I didn't have one a while ago because they wanted to review it. It doesn't have to be a 10/10 website but one does go a long way. It doesn't have to be done through GHL, you can always do other cheap/free ones to start out then go up to GHL. 2. It is very much possible to find clients without cold calling, it really depends on your niche and where they hang around but I'd say cold emailing/dming on various platforms would be good, but research first and see where they are at.
I personally would try and keep on looking if it isn't urgent but if you need a media buyer now then just keep him and then next time try and find ones that are in your niche so then you get better results for your clients and can leverage those to get more clients
hey all, I am posting the job template as of right now so I wanted to know the things you would make sure of when signing a contract and whether u even need a contract with a media buyer or not. Also the general things I should keep in mind. Appreciate the response👍
Hey guys, hope everyone's having a great Monday morning. I've recently added a guarantee price on leads and book appointments to my offer so for example, ($20 leads and $80 booked appointments). I don't quite know how to price those guarantee's yet because I don't have too much experience in getting leads for X and booked appointments for Y. How should I go about doing that?