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Best Time to post on Instagram
A Marketing company analyzed 30,000 Instagram posts.... To figure out the best times to post on Instagram. Here are some other best times you can post: Monday - 11:00 AM / 12:00 PM / 1:00 PM Tuesday - 8:00 AM / 9:00 AM / 10:00 AM Wednesday - 9:00 AM / 10:00 AM / 11:00 AM Thursday - 11:00 AM / 12:00 PM / 1:00 PM Friday - 2:00 PM / 3:00 PM / 4:00 PM Saturday - 8:00 AM / 9:00 AM / 10:00 AM Sunday - 6:00 PM / 7:00 PM / 8:00 PM Ps - It's US Pacific time, so when you post content, you convert it according to your time zone.
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Sales Letter Outline for Print Google Doc
I've always admired Mariah because she can tell stories with images on ppt slides :-) And then create beautiful sales pages that draw you in like bees to spring flowers. But my mind is so logical . . . and straight-line . . . and for years I sold with just words, print words on an old html page. Now I use google docs . . . we sell $1k - $3997 with a one page google doc + a SamCart order form. So to all you left brain writers out there who struggle with design: If I'm allowed to do this here (Mariah let me know if I'm out of line) . . . I'm copying my Google Doc Sales Outline Below: ***Sales Letter Outline ***Headline: How ______ Can do ______ and get (Result) Without (problems in solving it other ways) ***Sub - headline: The big benefit the solution provides Start with the pain of the prospect 3 questions: - Are you struggling with . . .  - Are you frustrated because  . . . . - Are you frankly speaking, angry because it’s not working for you? - Are you irritated? - Are you fed up  . . . . - Are you tired of spinning your wheels? I understand . . I’ve been there . . . if that’s the case for you . . . listen carefully because . . . I am going to tell you what worked for me (what worked for my clients) (optional) Who this is for: By the way, this is for coaches and consultants who want to increase their reach By the way, this is for middle managers who are tired of being passed over for raises and promotions by new green kids out of college By the way, this is for Dads who struggle to get rid of their beer belly (even if it’s not beer, it’s chocolate candy) Paragraph section for this: - What they’ve tried - What didn’t work - WHY it didn’t work Paragraph Section for this: - Their desires - Their fears  - Their failures - Their enemies - Their suspicions → Core Concept This is essentially your Foundational Premise - How you are different, why your method works and others don’t
New comment May 15
What 2 YRS of Building An Automated Creator Business Looks Like In Action
[VERY LONG POST WARNING] Hey all my creatives! I've been taking this time recently to "reflect" on my business and how far it's come along - and I both wanted to celebrate and share what I've learned so far. When I first started this content creator business I made it a point to not do: - meetings/sales calls/etc. - bring on a team (think VA's, manual labor, agencies, etc.) - launches/work with 1:1 or group clients I told myself that if we're going to do this, things have to be different: - Only passive income - Free Calendar - Remove me as a bottleneck & be fully automated. While I was reflecting I decided to "draw out" what my automations look like on a monthly basis. This is both a mixture of marketing/paid channels/list or leads building. I'll explain the "calendar view picture": Monthly I participate in at least one bundle: I recommend you check out: It's been great for me to connect with other creators and contribute my products for free to a bundle opportunity. Bundles have been phenomenal because at a minimum they bring in about 100-200 email subscribers per bundle. *I'll get to how I "monetize" the free bundle traffic later on. Gray = Daily content automation If you're wanting to develop a "high reward skill" I recommend you look at no code with tools like Zapier, Make, Pabbly, etc. -> I prefer Zapier. Essentially I have two years worth of content in an Airtable database and I created an automation where it randomly selects an article within that database and produces content for Pinterest, Twitter, FB, LinkedIn, IG, etc. This daily content automation allows me to be "active" on all channels and drive that traffic to either my: - affiliate marketing products - email list Red = Weekly Affiliate Marketing/Product Promotion I'm heavy into affiliate marketing because I love promoting the tools I love to use within my business - literally you can't get me to "shut up" when I love a product (affiliate marketing allows me to get paid to promote the tools I love).
New comment May 15
What 2 YRS of Building An Automated Creator Business Looks Like In Action
Great AI tool for better audio (free)
So I don't spend a lot of money on equipment. It's not in the budget right now. That said I still want to put quality content out there and reinforce an image that feels put-together. I've been using Adobe Podcast lately - totally free. Just need to upload your audio file and it spits out an enhanced version in a few minutes. It works great with the built-in phone mics. I used a video sample from my YT channel ( so you can see the difference (20 seconds). If you don't have a mic set up right now I'd give it a try. Here's the tool:
New comment May 8
Great AI tool for better audio (free)
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