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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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New comment Nov '22

If you haven't gotten on the AI content generation train, it's time to get on! Push past the fear of having a robot help you and embrace the future. It's here. If you're a small business owner, you probably don't have extra hours every week to sit down and work on writing blogs, sales emails, and website copy. That's where AI can provide immediate pain relief. Here are 5 ways you can start leveraging AI right now in your small business: 1. Detailed Blog articles for SEO 2. Persuasive website and sales funnel copy 3. Rich email nurturing sequences 4. Creative Social Media posts 5. Thoughtful video scrips How to start using AI? ChatBot GPT https://chat.openai.com/ (You might have to get on a waiting list:) Genie Rocket We have built-in content AI for when you're writing blog posts, social media, websites, etc. Book a demo to see it in action: https://grow.genierocket.com/widget/bookings/70ksr0s9ky24isa72cnq Want to go deeper? Check out our latest podcast episode on AI for Sales and Marketing: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/online-marketing-simplified-with-brad-parnell/id1482560951?i=1000606460825 ---------------------------------------------------- 🤖 ⚡️ I'll end this with a rap song that chatbot wrote for me about the greatness of chat, so you can see it in action! Took me 10 seconds to type in what I wanted and the AI produced this in real-time - about 30 seconds. (All I typed in was: write a rap song about how great chat bot AI is" Verse 1: Yo, let me tell you 'bout a tool that's so great It's a chatbot, AI, it's never late 24/7, always on the go Answering your questions, don't you know? Chorus: Chat bot AI, oh so fly Never miss a beat, always on the high Making our lives easier, helping us out Chat bot AI, we love to shout!

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John Kutney
New comment 16h ago

We posted up the behind the scenes tactics we use to generate consistent leads across all industries. 🔥 Watch it NOW in the link below: https://rocketfuelretreat.com/secrets-lead-generation

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Keith Earles
New comment 8d ago

HEY YOU!!!!!! Have you been on the fence about a Rocket Fuel Retreat?? Are you free next Monday, March 27th?? Listen up! For TODAY ONLY, book your spot for a massive discount from our normal pricing. This intense one-day experience will equip you with the tools, strategies, and mindset you need to achieve your goals. But act fast, this deal is ONLY for March 27th and is available to only ONE business owner! Don't miss out on this opportunity to invest in yourself and your business. reply back if you're interested and I'll message you all the details!

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Madison Fox
New comment 9d ago

St. Patrick's Day can be a great opportunity for small businesses to attract new customers and boost sales. Here are some promotion ideas that can work well for small businesses: 1. Social media contest: Run a St. Patrick's Day-themed social media contest where customers can enter to win a prize by sharing a photo, video, or story related to the holiday. Make sure to use relevant hashtags like #StPatricksDay and #Contest to help promote the contest. 2. Green-themed discount: Offer a discount or special promotion on St. Patrick's Day that is tied to the color green. For example, you could offer a 17% discount (in honor of March 17th) on any green-colored products or services you offer. 3. Irish-inspired products: Create special Irish-inspired products or services for St. Patrick's Day. For example, a bakery could create special green-colored cupcakes or a coffee shop could offer Irish-themed drinks like a "Shamrock Latte". 4. Free St. Patrick's Day-themed item: Offer a free St. Patrick's Day-themed item like a sticker or pin with any purchase made on the holiday. This is a great way to incentivize customers to visit your store or website. 5. Charity promotion: Partner with a local charity and donate a portion of your sales on St. Patrick's Day to the charity. This is a great way to give back to the community while also promoting your business. 6. St. Patrick's Day event: Host a St. Patrick's Day event like a parade, live music, or Irish dancing. This can be a great way to attract new customers and create a festive atmosphere for your business. Remember to promote your St. Patrick's Day promotion through your website, social media, and email marketing, and to keep your promotion relevant to your target audience and your business. With a little creativity, you can create a memorable St. Patrick's Day promotion that helps you stand out and attract new customers to your small business.

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Watch this video on how to create a compelling video sales letter with a 4 part framework!

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John Kutney
New comment 22d ago

📸Picture this: You're a business owner trying to sell your product or service. You've done your research, you've paid for amazing ads, your ad is getting leads in, you created a kicka** nurturing sequence that those leads are going through….. But no one has called you, no one has booked a meeting with you, and no one has reached out. Have you been there?? What's going on??? Well, to be completely honest, it's possible that you've fallen into the trap of thinking that nurturing your leads is the same as selling to them. While it is true that nurturing is an important part of the sales process, it's not a replacement for it. ❗❗Let me repeat that real quick: nurturing your leads…. Does NOT replace your sales process❗❗ Okay, now that we’re on the same page, let's break it down. - Nurturing is all about building a relationship with your potential customers. It's about educating them, providing them with helpful resources, and staying top-of-mind until they're ready to make a buying decision. - Sales, on the other hand, is about closing the deal. It's about identifying your customer's needs, demonstrating how your product or service can meet those needs, and persuading them to take action. ❓So why do people sometimes confuse the two❓ Well, for one thing, nurturing can feel more comfortable than selling. It's a softer approach that doesn't involve as much pressure or rejection. Plus, when you're nurturing, you're not necessarily asking for anything in return. But here's the thing: if you're only nurturing your leads and never actually selling to them, you're not doing your job as a salesperson. Your goal isn't just to have a lot of warm and fuzzy conversations with potential customers - it's to close deals and generate revenue for your company❗ So, how do you strike the right balance between nurturing and selling❓ Here are a few tips: 1️⃣ Be strategic about your nurturing efforts by consistently providing value to your potential customers through a variety of touch points. Remember, it takes an average of 21 touch points for someone to make a purchase decision, so don't be afraid to get creative with how you engage with your audience. From ads and social media posts, to emails, texts, and even physical presence at events, there are many ways to stay top-of-mind. But it's important to be practical about your efforts and ensure that each touch point is providing value to your audience.

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John Kutney
New comment 22d ago

Local DFW folks... We're launching a Marketing Mastermind Group! Test kickoff is this FRIDAY at 3:30 PM in person in our studio. To get in the group, you need to book a free 30-minute whiteboard session with me first. Watch the video here for the next steps: https://genierocket.com/whiteboard (Masterminds are for serious business owners looking to get to the next level)

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Madison Fox
Tina Caron
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Marcus Heyn
Brad Parnell
New comment 23d ago

Approaching a sale with no expectations might seem counterintuitive, but it can actually be one of the most effective strategies in closing deals. When we have rigid expectations of the outcome, we tend to become more focused on the end result than on the person in front of us. This can create a rigid, one-sided interaction that can actually push potential customers away. It also can blind yourself to other, possibly far grander, opportunities. Instead, it's important to keep the interaction as dynamic as possible. This means letting go of expectations and being open to the flow of the conversation. Listen actively to your potential customer's needs and desires, and adjust your pitch accordingly. Allow for natural ebbs and flows in the conversation, and don't be afraid to ask questions or pivot the conversation if necessary. Approaching a sale in this way creates a more natural, authentic interaction that is focused on the potential customer's needs rather than the end result. It allows for a more collaborative approach that can build trust and establish a relationship that can lead to a sale down the road. So the next time you're in a sales conversation, try approaching it with no expectations and see how it can transform the interaction. In addition to approaching a sale with no expectations, it's also crucial to do more listening than speaking. Listening actively to your potential customer's needs and desires allows you to tailor your pitch to meet their specific needs, increasing the likelihood of closing the deal. When you focus on listening, you not only gain valuable information about the potential customer, but you also demonstrate that you value their input and are invested in meeting their needs. This builds trust and can create a more collaborative approach that makes the potential customer feel heard and understood. On the other hand, if you dominate the conversation and do most of the talking, you risk alienating the potential customer and missing out on valuable information that could help you close the deal. So, the next time you're in a sales conversation, remember to focus on listening more than speaking. You might be surprised at how much more effective your approach can be.

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There are 2 specific areas that will impact your MINDSET and your RESULTS as it relates to sales and marketing that most people aren't aware of or practicing... (💡It's an easy switch you can flip to start producing more measurable and meaningful results.) Learn these 2 master tactics by listening to the episode now: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/online-marketing-simplified-with-brad-parnell/id1482560951?i=1000598873299 PS: I've failed in asking for podcast reviews, so I need your help to get this podcast in front of more people and I can do that by getting more reviews. Can you please rate and review this show in the link above? Thank you with all my heart in advance.

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Logan Mulligan
New comment 26d ago

One of my favorite business sales books is called "The Perfect Close" by James Muir. In that book he outlines these 2 questions that stimulate the brain of your prospect, and massively increase moving that call to the next step. Watch the video to learn the 2 questions to ask.

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I originally recorded this question for Brad, however, after reflecting on it for a moment I thought this might be a good discussion piece for the group. Definity want to hear Brad and the rest if the Genie Rocket team's thoughts, but I'm betting there are some BAM community members that have some good insight on this as well. Please take 3 minutes to watch the video and share your thoughts. Thank you in advance! https://www.loom.com/share/7802251d0265454380deb3298a3fc7cb

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Brad Parnell
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Chris Arangio
New comment Feb 24

Hi everyone!!! I wanted to share an easy way to schedule and plan out your Weekly Community Outreach!! GET THE TEMPLATE HERE !!!!!

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Tasha Jackson
Madison Fox
New comment Feb 23

In a world where we're bombarded with advertisements and marketing messages at every turn, it can be refreshing to see a brand take a different approach. That's where anti-marketing comes in. Anti-marketing is a marketing strategy that involves intentionally going against the grain of traditional marketing tactics in order to set your brand apart and connect with customers on a deeper level. One of the key principles of anti-marketing is authenticity. This can involve sharing behind-the-scenes glimpses of your business or even being honest about the limitations of your product or service. Another principle is focusing on the customer's experience. Anti-marketing strategies focus on creating a memorable and enjoyable experience for the customer. An example of an anti-marketing strategy is the "anti-ad" campaign launched by Patagonia. Rather than promoting their products with flashy ads, Patagonia focused on telling the story of their commitment to environmental sustainability and social responsibility. By highlighting their values and mission, Patagonia was able to connect with customers on a deeper level and build a loyal following. By focusing on authenticity, customer experience, and a unique approach to marketing, anti-marketing can help your business stand out in a crowded marketplace and build a loyal following.

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Marshall Lehr
New comment Feb 22

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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Tina Caron
New comment Feb 18

In this video, you'll learn how to flip the script, and how it will FOREVER change the way you think about how you market your product or service...

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Tasha Jackson
New comment Feb 17

One of the most important things to consider when designing a successful nurturing campaign is how many touch points you should include. A touch point is any interaction between your business and a potential customer, such as an email, social media post, or blog post. While there's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, most successful nurturing campaigns involve a series of touch points that gradually build trust and familiarity with the customer. In general, we recommend aiming for between 5 and 7 touch points in your campaign. At the heart of a successful nurturing campaign is the goal of providing valuable and informative content to your potential customers. Each touch point should offer something of value, such as a helpful tip, an interesting article, or a free resource. To make the most of your touch points, it's important to have a variety of different templates and strategies at your disposal. Here are a few examples: 1. The "How-To" Template: This type of touch point provides a step-by-step guide to solving a problem or achieving a goal. For example, if you run a fitness business, you might offer a "How to Get in Shape in 30 Days" guide. 2. The "Expert Interview" Template: This type of touch point involves interviewing an industry expert and sharing their insights and advice. For example, if you run a marketing business, you might interview a successful marketer and share their tips for success. 3. The "Case Study" Template: This type of touch point involves sharing a real-world example of how your product or service has helped someone achieve their goals. For example, if you run a financial planning business, you might share a case study of how you helped a client retire comfortably. By using a variety of different touch points and templates, you can keep your nurturing campaign fresh and engaging, and help potential customers see the value in your product or service. So if you're ready to start building a successful nurturing campaign, start with a few key touch points and see where the journey takes you!

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Do you have the problem of serving EVERYTHING to EVERYONE? Have you heard the term NICHE will get you RICH? I challenge you to fill in the blanks on this Dream Client Blueprint and really work on defining WHO your dream customer is, so you can start serving them better and get paid more for it. You want to become the SPECIALIST, not the GENERALIST. Grab it now!! Remember those who take action, are the ones who get results. -Brad PS: Check out my latest podcast episode on how high performers close deals here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/online-marketing-simplified-with-brad-parnell/id1482560951?i=1000598873299

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Hi everyone!!! I wanted to share an easy way to schedule and plan out your Weekly Community Outreach!! Below is a template link so you can all get more organized on how and when you're sharing awesome info to your tribe!!!! Hope this is Helpful! https://www.canva.com/design/DAFaFtNodCI/ws29vJPrd5GD5bHmCxHPdA/view?utm_content=DAFaFtNodCI&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink&mode=preview

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Brad Parnell
New comment Feb 10

Another effective email nurturing strategy is called "The Drip Campaign". The idea behind The Drip Campaign is to send a series of automated emails over time, with each email building upon the previous one to slowly educate and engage your audience. The first step in setting up a successful Drip Campaign is to segment your email list based on your target audience's needs, behaviors, and interests. This allows you to create a customized and relevant experience for each segment, increasing the chances of conversions. Next, you'll want to create a series of emails that are carefully crafted to address each segment's specific pain points and needs. For example, your first email could be an introduction to your brand, followed by an email that highlights the benefits of your product, and then a final email that provides a compelling offer. One of the key advantages of The Drip Campaign is that it allows you to build relationships with your audience over time, instead of trying to close the sale in one fell swoop. By providing valuable information, addressing their needs, and demonstrating the value of your product, you can establish trust and position yourself as a thought leader in your industry. To make The Drip Campaign even more effective, consider using tools like A/B testing, lead scoring, and dynamic content to optimize your emails and improve your results. In conclusion, The Drip Campaign is a highly effective email nurturing strategy that can help you educate, engage, and convert your target audience. By segmenting your email list, crafting relevant and valuable content, and leveraging technology, you can build strong relationships and achieve your sales and marketing goals. Have you given this method a try? What kind of results have you had? Let us know down below!

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Brad Parnell
New comment Feb 8

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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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
New comment Feb 2

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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Josue Hernandez
Marcus Heyn
New comment Feb 1

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
New comment Jan 27

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
New comment Jan 27

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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Logan Nelson
New comment Jan 25

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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