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In February’s monthly workshop, we went through the 10 email sequences EVERY business needs to help improve their nurturing and sales game. Make sure you are on the list for the next event! www.BAMRSVP.com Resources from the workshop: - www.onlinemarketingsimplified.com - www.diymarketing.academy

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Brad Parnell
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Hello! 👋 Welcome to BAM! Be a Marketer group! The goal of this community is to help Entrepreneurs and Business Owners build the business of their dreams by mastering the simple but powerful digital marketing principles. (This is the free group and when you're ready to level up - make sure to join our paid group that also includes our all-in-one marketing tool that's amazing: https://www.diymarketing.academy/) To kick things off, please comment below introducing yourself. Quick links: - Classroom of video goodies - Rocket fuel Retreat (if you want to work with us directly) 👉 Let us know: 1. Your name 2. What your super power is See you in the comments! PS: Here's how the sections of this group work: 👥 Community - Post, comment, and like 🎥 Classroom - Training and coaching videos 🗓 Calendar - Upcoming coaching and events 🚀 Leaderboard - Earn points to unlock bonuses Let's go!!!

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Hey Keller Business Builder! 👋 🔥 In this group, you'll get local marketing content that is not posted anywhere else. You've been invited here because you care about generating more business for your business, and this is the local community that will help you get there! 👉 How to use this: CLASSROOM: You'll see free training courses, and the more you contribute with comments, the more you'll unlock! CALENDAR: You'll see our upcoming events Once you join, please LIKE this post and comment on what you enjoyed the most about the session you attended! 😀

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Your business puts off a personality - that's your BRAND. Either accidentally or intentionally, when people think of your business, products, or services they get a feeling about them. For example, when you think about Starbucks vs. Black Rifle Coffee Company, you get a different feeling right? Take a look at the graphic below, sit with your team, and start having a conversation about what your brand represents NOW. Then take a step back and answer the questions. How do you WANT to be perceived? Who does your dream customer need you to be? Really think about that. Once you decide, then what do you need to change? Does your logo represent that new personality? Your colors? Your website? How do you answer the phone? It goes deep. 👉 I want you to answer the poll right now, to answer with your GUT instinct. Who do you think your dream customers need you to be for them right now? (You can read more about those archetypes here: https://iconicfox.com.au/brand-archetypes/) I have limited quiz options so I'll group similar ones together... Comment below as well with your thoughts.

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Brad Parnell
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Email marketing is a crucial aspect of digital marketing and it can be challenging to navigate the various strategies available. Two important email strategies that businesses often use are nurturing emails and follow-up sequences. While both strategies are used to engage with customers and drive results, they have different goals and should be used differently. Nurturing emails are designed to build relationships and educate your audience. They aim to provide valuable information to your subscribers and keep them engaged with your brand. Nurturing emails can include things like educational content, helpful tips, or industry insights. These emails are meant to be informative and build trust with your audience over time. On the other hand, follow-up sequences are focused on closing the deal. They are typically used after a potential customer has taken some sort of action, such as filling out a form on your website or making an initial purchase. Follow-up sequences can include things like promotional offers, reminders to complete an action, or calls to action. The goal of these emails is to move the customer towards a conversion, whether that be making a purchase, signing up for a service, or taking some other desired action. In conclusion, both nurturing emails and follow-up sequences play important roles in an effective email marketing strategy. Nurturing emails help build relationships and educate your audience, while follow-up sequences focus on driving conversions. By using both strategies together, businesses can maximize their results and take their email marketing game to the next level.

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Brad Parnell
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Let's talk about maximizing Your Social Media Presence!! This is going to be a quick bullet pointed list with some high value content. I wanted to get right to the point and leave room for discussion below! 1. Know Your Audience: Make sure you understand your target audience and what kind of content they engage with. This will help you create content that resonates with them and keeps them coming back for more. 2. Consistency is Key: Regularly posting quality content will help you build a following and keep your current audience engaged. Plan ahead and schedule your posts so that you can maintain a consistent presence on your social media platforms. 3. Engage with Your Followers: Responding to comments, answering questions and reaching out to your followers will help you build relationships and establish a personal connection with your audience. 4. Experiment with Different Formats: Keep your content fresh by experimenting with different formats like videos, reels, stories, and live streams. 5. Stay On Trend: Stay up-to-date with the latest trends and incorporate them into your content to keep your audience engaged and interested. (Just make note of the content you watch on a daily basis!) By following these tips, you can take your social media presence to the next level and reach a wider audience. Remember, success on social media takes time, effort and consistency. So keep at it and enjoy the journey! What are you having the most trouble with on social media? I'd love to discuss anything you need help with!

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😱HASHTAGS MEAN NOTHING😱 Okay Okay let's take a deep breath and let me break this down for you. When hashtags first became a social media tool in 2007, the goal was to make it easy to group messaging together. It was an incredible way to find people who were also interested in the same topics as you! When I first started using Instagram in 2012, I would share my photography and I gained quite a decent following because of my use of hashtags. In just a few months I had met/created an entire online community of models and photographers near me. It was a very fun and super crazy because we all had zero relation to each other and strictly met through instagram. Explaining to my mom that I wanted to go meet up with people from the internet was not the easiest feat. hahaha but moral of the story, hashtags worked! Now let's remember, that was 2012, it's now 2023 so you know things have changed. Since then billions if not trillions of hashtags have been used all over the world as a way to put "eyes" on peoples art, posts, opinions, etc. Because hashtags have been going on for so long, hashtags have become extremely oversaturated, meaning the engagement has gone down significantly. In 2012 i could tag #photography and #dallastexas and be directly pushed out to people who like photography in Dallas, but if I tried to use the same hashtags today I would get pushed into the pool of billions of other accounts trying to do the same thing and I would stay in the exact same place i'm at. For Example: #love has been used approximately 1.835 BILLION times, you're post that says #love isn't getting seen by anyone. I can promise you that. The algorithm isn't completely based around the use of hashtags anymore, now it looks at video length, audio/sounds, filters, hashtags, your current followers, the people you follow, the videos you've liked recently, and every tiny thing in between. So instead of trying to find hashtags that are going to compliment exactly what you are sharing, plus the audio, plus the video length, plus your current audience, etc etc etc. Just POST.

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If you've ever heard a motivational speaker say this phrase "no one is coming to save you"... that does not mean that you're all alone on an island by yourself, and be only self-reliant. That's a common thought when we hear this phrase, but is commonly misinterpreted. The truth is most people don't ever see or know when you're struggling. So what do we do when we have this feeling of isolation and struggle? You raise a flag, you admit you need help, you seek coaching or you seek counsel. The key here is, DON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK FOR HELP. The truth is, most people don't know your actual thoughts, dreams, goals, and desires. As entrepreneurs, we tend to shoulder the burden all by ourselves and go through the struggle alone. Can you relate? I've certainly had my fair share of lonely burden carrying and still struggle with raising my hand for help. Guilty. If you've reached the top, and you're lonely at the top.. then you did it wrong. You don't have to do it alone. This is one of the core reasons we created a community surrounding the sales and marketing tool of Genie Rocket with www.DIYMarketing.Academy so we could inspire, encourage and support. Instead of us selling world-class software and letting people figure it out on their own, we committed to showing up every week for coaching and community to help people get real results and real help. (and if you haven't signed up you should, you'll thank me later) Life is too short and connections are too valuable to try to muscle through it all by yourself, just to end up alone and fatigued. As a believer, I know God didn't intend us to be on a solo race to finish as broken and lonely people. I want to encourage you today to do the hard work for yourself, by asking for help in an area of your life that you are shouldering all by yourself. Will it be hard? Yes. Will it be uncomfortable? Yes. Will your brain fight against you every step of the way? Yes. That means it's the right thing to do. Do it.

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Madison Fox
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Sometimes, when we go to shoot a Facebook Ad Video, we start with an explosion of ideas of what needs to go in the video, all the background info about our business, our grandmother's maiden name, etc... Stop right there. A Facebook Ad shouldn't be where you give your life story. Keep it specific to the offer. Your Facebook Ad should be the curiosity hook, or the catalyst that gets your dream customer to say "tell me more". We're all about frameworks here, because they give us specific parameters to run our experiments within (because marketing is just an experiment). Here's a simple framework to follow when shooting your Facebook Ad video. Problem -> Solution -> Outcome -> Call To Action Problem - Push into the pain point that your dream customer has that can be resolved by your product or service. Don't mention your product or service yet, and don't even introduce yourself yet. Focus on pushing into the pain. Solution - This is where you talk about your product or service as it pertains to that pain point. Position your offer as a no-brainer. Making a good offer is a whole other Skool post, but your offer should be so good, that it keeps you up at night. Low barrier to entry leaves room for tons of value. Outcome - How is your dream client going to feel after your Solution solves their Problem? Sell that outcome, not all the steps it takes to get there. The "after" state is really what people are seeking. Call To Action - Simple next steps. Fill out the form, give us a call, go to our website, come in on Tuesday at 2pm. What are the next steps? Keep it easy. Bonus points if you use a Facebook lead form ad. So - how long should your video be? You're probably thinking you could power through these talking points pretty quick, and you'd be exactly right. Short and sweet. We like under 1:30, but lately, we've seen the sweet spot around 40 seconds to 1 minute. But don't focus too much on run time. Focus on the framework. Have fun and happy shooting.

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John Kutney
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Hey, I remember there was a company that specialized in couch material. Can someone put me in contact with them please?

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Marketing nurturing is a crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy dynamic between small businesses and their customers. It involves regularly engaging with customers through personalized content, promotions, and feedback. This approach is essential for building trust and loyalty with the audience, which is vital for the success of a small business. One of the main benefits of marketing nurturing is that it improves customer satisfaction. When customers feel like they are valued and appreciated, they are more likely to return to the business and recommend it to others. This can lead to increased sales and growth for the business. Another advantage of marketing nurturing is that it helps small businesses stand out from the competition. By providing personalized content and promotions, a business can differentiate itself from others in the industry. This can help attract new customers and retain existing ones. However, marketing nurturing is not just about sending out emails or promotions. It's also about listening to customers' feedback and using it to improve the business. By gathering feedback through surveys, reviews or social media, small businesses can understand their customers’ needs and tailor their services accordingly. In conclusion, marketing nurturing is a powerful tool that small businesses can use to build strong relationships with their customers. By regularly engaging with customers through personalized content, promotions, and feedback, small businesses can improve customer satisfaction, drive sales and growth, and stand out from the competition. A strong relationship with customers is key to the success of a small business.

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When it comes down to it, there are only 5 core KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) for your business. Here’s the real brain twister… only ONE of these FIVE KPI’s is your real bottleneck that you need to focus on for right now, that will free up the rest. Have you ever heard the term when EVERYTHING is important, then NOTHING is important? Most of the time, it’s easy for us to throw up our hands and say “all of these areas are important!” so guess what gets attention? You got it… NONE of them. I’m going to break down each of these 5 concepts in greater detail in the comments section later, but for right now, I want you to taken an action! CLICK THE OPTION that YOU feel like is your ONE CURRENT STICKING POINT for your business! (PS: I learned this from an amazing mastermind I attended, and the image attached are my original fun iPad notes)

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Hey BAM people!!!! Let’s talk about TikTok. I know, I know you’ve heard so many mixed things about TikTok… Should you be on it? Is it worth your time? You’re not a kid and you don’t want to lip sync to songs…. Etc etc First things first… being on TikTok does NOT mean you have to lip sync to songs!!!! You do not have to learn dances!!! And you sure don’t have to force yourself to fit an arbitrary mold that people tell you is the only way to be successful on TikTok! Second… you don’t HAVE to be on tiktok, you’re allowed to decide that it isn’t your vibe, but don’t write it off because you’re not a 12 year old girl lol! TikTok can be for everyone, it just depends HOW you use it. Here are a few tips to get you started: 1️⃣ Find your niche - are you wanting to share clips from your latest podcast, or share the best ways to be safe at the gym? Maybe the most important things to look for when renting a home or how to stay motivated when you’re making a big business change! Find what you're passionate about and stick to it! 2️⃣ Find YOUR style! - I always say the most important thing when recording a video is to say your topic in the first 3 seconds. 🚀DO NOT SAY: “hey guys whats up im madison i have cool pink hair listen to me bc im so cool and you should listen to me because i’m gonna show you how to post a tiktok the right way blah blah blah” BORING 🚀DO SAY: “Want to learn the 3 best tips to posting your next video? What’s up i'm Madison, I know what i'm talking about, here is the 3 tips 1.___ 2.___ & 3.___ 🚀It’s engaging, it’s quick, it’s to the point, people know exactly what they’re getting from your video, and they learn who you are and what you do, but you position it in a way that the audience doesn’t have to guess what’s next or feel they are wasting their time watching you. It’s so easy to scroll past a video, so make the first 3 seconds COUNT! 3️⃣ Use popular music - No one is saying you have to go out of your comfort zone and use songs that don’t fit your brand value, heck find an instrumental song! Look for songs with quite a few videos, this will help your video get pushed out to more people.

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As small business owners, it's important to understand the power of creative copy when it comes to generating leads. From crafting headlines that grab attention to writing product descriptions that convert, the words you use can make all the difference. At Genie Rocket, we specialize in helping small businesses like yours utilize copy to drive results. One strategy we often employ is creating a strong value proposition. This is a statement that clearly communicates the unique value your product or service offers to potential customers. Another tactic we recommend is the use of social proof. This can be testimonials from satisfied customers, or statistics that demonstrate the effectiveness of your product or service. But perhaps one of the most effective strategies is creating a sense of urgency. This can be done through limited-time offers or by highlighting a problem that your product or service solves. At Genie Rocket, we understand the unique challenges small businesses face and run into these same challenges on a day to day basis. That's why we want to share with you what we've learned so you can better market your services or products. So next time you build a new lead magnet, give some of these messaging tactics a try! #marketing #genierocket #copywriting #leadmagnets

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~Let’s get down to the basics - Instagram Edition~ Social Media is ever changing, and so is the terminology! I want to share some basic verbiage with you so the next time someone asks you about your latest IG Reel that you added to your Story… you know exactly what they’re talking about! To start we have to classify which social media platform you’re working with. My personal favorite is Instagram, so we’re going to start there because I can do what I want, it’s my article 😂. (But next week we’ll pick back up with Facebook, and maybe TikTok the following week!) Instagram has many features. I could talk about it endlessly, but for the sake of time, we’re going to focus on the difference between a Profile, a Feed, Photo Posts, Reel Posts, and Stories. 🌟Profile vs. Feed (Photos Attached) Both of these live together, but the difference between a profile and a feed is that your profile includes everything: your profile photo, your description, your photos, videos, your “feed”, etc. literally everything. Your “feed” is a word that describes just the posts all together so the image above showcases a feed with a mixture of graphics, photos, and videos with the first half focusing on a space theme and the second half focusing on an in person experience. I know it’s super pretentious that there is different terminology for those classifications, but I didn’t make the rules, I’m just helping make sure you know them lol! 🌟Photo Post (Photo Attached) Basically, if you add a photo to your account, you’re posting a photo to instagram. Very Simple, you can add a caption, tag people, etc. 🌟Reel Post (Photo Attached) This is Instagram’s option for video posting. They give you options to add songs, add graphics, use multiple videos, etc. It’s very user friendly and everything is directly on the app for you to use. (If you’re ever stuck, just ask me for help, I got you.) There is a huge benefit to using Reels that I do want to mention, Reels get pushed to everyone. It’s not guaranteed, so don’t come yell at me if you don’t go viral tomorrow, but it will help. Basically Instagram wants people to use their features, so if you post to reels, and you have a catchy song, or you just say some really cool stuff, the algorithm could push that out to people who don’t even know you yet! (If you want some ideas on what to post, check my last Skool Post!)

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Expanding on our previous BAM workshop topic, an effective strategy to generate new leads is to create a unique and valuable lead magnet. But what exactly is a lead magnet and how can you make it stand out? A lead magnet is a piece of content or offer that entices potential customers to provide their contact information in exchange. The idea behind it is to offer something of value to the customer in exchange for their contact information, which can then be used to nurture and convert them into paying customers. Here are a few tips for creating an effective and unique lead magnet: 1. Identify your target audience and tailor your lead magnet to their specific pain points or interests. 2. Make sure the lead magnet is valuable and provides a solution to a problem or addresses a specific need. 3. Experiment with different formats such as e-books, webinars, assessments, and quizzes to see what resonates best with your audience. 4. Be creative and think outside of the box. Offer something that sets you apart from your competition. 5. Don't forget to promote your lead magnet and make it easily accessible to your target audience. Creating a unique and effective lead magnet can help set your small business apart and drive more leads. So don't be afraid to think outside the box and get creative. Your business will thank you! #leadmagnet #smallbusinessmarketing

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John Kutney
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In this workshop, Brad Parnell teaches the difference between a funnel and a website, how to construct a value ladder, and how to create an effective digital marketing lead magnet for your business to generate results. Referenced links: Join future sessions live: https://my.demio.com/ref/9py4ntdni8RSvEzq DIY Marketing Academy: https://www.diymarketing.academy/ Rocket Fuel Retreat: https://www.rocketfuelretreat.com/

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Brad Parnell
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🔥 Answer the quick question below, watch the video, then comment and tell us what you think about our bold and CONTROVERSIAL opinion 🫢 on this topic!

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A good video sales letter (VSL) is a video that effectively promotes a product or service and invites the viewer to make a purchase. There are some key elements that help make your VSL effective. 1. A compelling and clear message. The VSL should clearly communicate the benefits of the product or service and why the viewer should buy. 2. A strong call to action. Be CLEAR about what the next steps are. The VSL should include a strong call to action that encourages the viewer to take the next step, whether it’s making a purchase or signing up for more information. Make sure the CTA isn’t confusing. (Remember: A confused mind will always say no!) 3. A credible spokesperson (this can be YOU!) The VSL should feature a credible spokesperson who can deliver the message in a believable and trustworthy way. This doesn’t have to be a celebrity. This can be YOU! Chances are, you know the most have the most conviction, so say it with confidence! BONUS: Including video testimonials from satisfied consumers can help build trust and credibility with the viewer, however, if your business/offer/product is brand new, you probably don’t have testimonials. A good VSL should be decently-produced (iPhone cameras are more than capable of great video) and clearly communicate the value of the product or service, and include a strong call to action to convince the viewer that taking action is a no brainer!

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Happy New Year Everyone!!! We're going to dive in deep with some really valuable teaching from your coaches moving forward!! I'm going to interchangeably be sharing about Social Media, Design, and Branding! Below is a challenge and I would LOVE to see you all share links to your final videos! ~Three Tips to make your next video stand out!~ In the current social media climate, catching someone's attention is everything, and unfortunately photos just don't cut it anymore. People want personality, someone they can trust, and to feel that value was added to their everyday lives. So here are three tips to follow for your next video post! #1️⃣ - Know where you are posting! The orientation of a video can make or break it so make sure you know exactly where you will be posting. - Instagram = vertical - Facebook = horizontal - TikTok = vertical - Youtube = horizontal #2️⃣ - BE CONFIDENT No one has to know you hate being on camera! Just fake it, who cares! You have to want your business to succeed SO BAD that you don't care either!!!!! #3️⃣ - Make your video COUNT Consumers want value! What are you bringing to the table? Why should they stop and watch your video?? The first three seconds in a video are absolutely VITAL! Example Script: ❓ - What are you going to tell your consumers about? "These are the major Do's and Don'ts for your next event!" ❓- Qualify yourself, Who are you? "In case we haven't met, Hi I'm Madison, I'm your local Keller Event Planner and I'm here to help your next event runs super smoothly because I've been there and I got you!" ❓- Now tell the consumers exactly what you said you would talk about! "The major Do is _______" and "The major don't is ______" Tell them exactly what you're going to give them, qualify your expertise, and then give them exactly what you said you were going to give them! ❗CHALLENGE❗ Comment YOUR next video script! Use my example script template, fill in your value, and if you're stuck I am here to help!!! 🤩Let's get these videos posted THIS WEEK!🤩

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The messaging used in a lead magnet is crucial because it is the first point of contact that a potential lead has with your business. It sets the tone for the rest of the nurturing process and can determine whether or not the lead is interested in engaging with your business further. A lead magnet is a piece of valuable content that is offered in exchange for a prospect's contact information, such as an email address. It's used to attract and nurture leads by providing them with something of value that is relevant to their needs or interests. In order to be effective, the messaging used in a lead magnet needs to be clear, concise, and compelling. It should clearly communicate the value that the lead magnet offers and how it will benefit the prospect. By focusing on crafting messaging that resonates with your target audience, you can increase the chances of turning leads into customers and achieve better results from your lead magnet strategy. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn more about lead magnet strategies for your small business. Join us at our free "BAM - Be A Marketer Workshop" this Friday at 2pm and blast off with Genie Rocket to new heights in your marketing efforts. 🚀 #copywriting #marketing #leads #nurturing #smallbusiness #GenieRocket"

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Do you use a CRM? Are you struggling to manage contacts, leads, and follow-ups? 🙏 I beg of you to watch this dang video!

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Brad Parnell
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There are several benefits of using video in Facebook advertising, but these are our favorites. 1. Increased engagement: Video ads tend to have higher engagement rates over other types of ads, as they capture people’s attention and hold it longer. 2. Greater reach: Facebook prioritizes video content in its algorithms, so video ads are more likely to be shown to a larger audience. 3. Higher conversion rates: Video ads can be more effective at driving conversions because they allow you to show off your products or services in a more interactive and engaging way. 4. Greater flexibility: Video ads can be used in a variety of formats, including in-feed ads on both Instagram and Facebook, which gives you more flexibility in how you reach your target audience. Have confidence in knowing that by being brave and getting in front of the camera, you're setting your ads up for better performance 🙂

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Hey Everybody! We're excited to announce the launch of the Genie Rocket DIY Marketing Academy. This live in person and streamed class is specifically designed for small business owners who want to learn the fundamentals of marketing their business effectively. Our Academy is all about producing results with both speed and creativity. We provide the tools, coaching, and community support that small business owners need to succeed. Plus, there's so much more that we offer to help you grow your business and reach your goals.Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn from the experts and take your marketing skills to the next level. And don't forget, our end of the year special is almost over, so you only have a few more days to lock in your rate. Sign up now and join the community of motivated and successful small business owners. #GenieRocket #DIYMarketingAcademy #SmallBusiness #Marketing #BusinessGrowth

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We're counting down the days until the DIY Marketing Academy launch and there are only FIVE left to join at a discounted rate! This is your chance to join a community of successful business owners and take your marketing skills to new heights. Our comprehensive curriculum, expert coaches, and all-in-one marketing tool, Genie Rocket, will support you every step of the way. Don't wait, sign up now at diymarketing.academy and save $100 before the price goes back up on January 1st. #DIYMarketingAcademy #GenieRocket #BusinessSuccess

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From all of us at Genie Rocket, we hope your holiday season is out of this world. As small business owners, you are the brave explorers taking your companies to new heights. Keep reaching for the stars and we'll be there to help you along the way. Wishing you a festive and successful holiday season! 🚀🎅🏼

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Thanks everyone who attended the workshop, we had a great turnout and appreciate the high energy and participation! Rose Coffee wasn't able to make it out today due to a sickness, but they'll be at our next event, so make sure to make it out. As a reminder, please check the calendar tab for all upcoming events. New events will be posted up next week. In this session we discussed what a lead magnet is, why it's important for your business, and steps to create one with examples. 👉Copy of the handout is available in the PDF below. 🚨 ALSO! Our full software tool price is also going up after the new year, so lock in the $149/mo all-in-one sales and marketing tool before it goes up to $249/mo! Consider it an early Christmas gift to yourself, and it will be the gift that helps you eliminate marketing tool clutter and get focused on results. (We use it every day for sending out emails, texts, making calls, building web pages, organizing our sales pipelines and more) Starting in January 2023, we'll be doing intensive trainings on HOW to use the tool for attracting new leads, nurturing leads, and closing leads into sales. A full curriculum, and you can attend and watch yourself OR bring someone from your team that wants to learn marketing. Please don't miss out on this! I'd love to see you on the trainings and start January STRONG with the rest of us. A full marketing education with tools, coaching and community for $149. Let's go! Get the deal here: https://www.diymarketing.academy/

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Jonathan Brake
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Our marketing curriculum for the new year is almost ready for lift off, and we can't wait to share all of the valuable information we have planned with you during our free workshops. However, if you want access to the most comprehensive and in-depth marketing knowledge, consider joining our DIY Marketing Academy before the new year. For the next 9 days, you can sign up at the special price of $149 – after January 1st, the price will jump back up to $249. Sign up today at https://diymarketing.academy/ !!!! We want to ensure that our program provides extreme value for everyone, so we welcome your input and suggestions. If you have any specific marketing topics that you'd like us to cover, please let us know in the comments below. 🌟Here's to a year filled with marketing knowledge and success!🚀

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Hey everyone! I wanted to start a discussion about the pros and cons of using visual emails versus text-based ones. On the pro side, visual emails can be more visually appealing and can grab the attention of the reader more easily. They can also be more effective at conveying complex information or ideas through the use of charts, graphics, and other visual elements. However, there are also some cons to consider. Visual emails may take longer to load, especially for those with slower internet connections. They can also be more difficult to access for those with visual impairments, as screen readers may not be able to accurately interpret the visual elements. Overall, it really depends on the purpose of the email and the audience it is being sent to. For important or complex information, visual emails may be a good choice. But for more straightforward or time-sensitive messages, a text-based email may be more effective. What do you guys think? Do you have any experience with using visual emails in your communication? Let's chat in the comments!

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Use this PDF daily to align your top priorities and hit your goals faster. If you have a team, print out and give a sheet to your team every day to fill out, have a 15 minute daily huddle to review priorities, then get after it! Use it then comment back in this post to share how it helps you get results!

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Did you know that copywriting can help build trust between businesses and their audiences? Copywriting is the art of using words to persuade, inform, and engage an audience. By crafting compelling and persuasive messages, businesses can establish their authority and expertise in their field, which can help build trust with customers and improve the chances of making a sale. Investing in high-quality copywriting can be a valuable investment for any business looking to build trust and credibility with its audience. Are you looking for ways to invest in your business's copywriting? Here are a few ideas: 1. Hire a professional copywriter. A professional copywriter can help create high-quality, effective, and engaging copy for your business. This can be a valuable investment, especially if you don't have the time or expertise to write effective copy yourself. 2. Invest in copywriting training. There are many resources available to help businesses improve their copywriting skills, such as online courses, workshops, and books. Investing in copywriting training can help your business create better copy and achieve better results. 3.Set aside time for copywriting. Writing effective copy takes time and effort. Make sure to set aside dedicated time in your schedule to focus on your copywriting, and treat it as a priority. 4. Get feedback on your copy. Getting feedback from others can be a valuable way to improve your copywriting. Ask colleagues, friends, or even customers to review your copy and provide feedback. This can help you identify areas for improvement and make your copy more effective. Investing in your business's copywriting can be a valuable investment. By hiring a professional, investing in training, setting aside time, and getting feedback, your business can create better copy and achieve better results. #copywriting #marketing #investment

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Brad Parnell
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