Never make a client feel like you are doing him a favour by offering a free service. If a client argues on something explain to him in a way where he understands your point and also feels like you are on his side. Forget about the sale , forget that you are talking to a client talk or help your client in a way as if helping him would save you from dying
good morning everyone, I have made an agreement with a customer (not yet signed) that we work with commission. That's fine with me. However, the customer does not want to pay advertising costs to meta. That's a problem because I don't have the budget to spend $1000 a month on ads. What can I do now? Should I suggest something else?
The fact that helping someone out.. by even answering a simple question.. you can help them get to that first holy client? You can act like a mentor and do good to this community. I know you got this inside your body. This urge to help. Where special! Let's get this community FIRED UP together! Let's help each other out, share value, make jokes and keep the energy positive. What you give is what you get, brothers! To Our Succes! ___ Do you have something you struggle with?
Yesterday, at gym I went up to a guy in his roofng company's clothes and asked if he owned his own business. He did and we got to speaking and he gave me his number and now he's a potential client. If I hadn't been cold calling I wouldn't be confident enough to go up to him and ask him the questions I did. Cold calling is the basis of being able to sell. Stop procrastinating and get calling. See you tomorrow.
Let's network guys, looking for some likeminded people that already have started their agency and have gotten there first client. Would love to connect even for 5 min one day to exchange value and talk growth goals! You guys are killing it out there. Remember, Outreach is key.
I made a custom snapshot filled with a system designed to help you guys, it has automations follow-ups and an extra add on for all you guys who need some extra stuff on high level. If you guys want it comment on my comment below and I’ll send it over 👇
Hello brothers I am excited to share a powerful resource with you — a specially crafted Facebook Engagement Tips pdf. Interested in boosting your engagement game for you and your clients? Simply drop a comment below, and I'll send you the pdf DM.
After extensive research, I've crafted a customized DMS script that's tailor-made for any industry. It's a game-changer! If you're interested, show some love by liking this post and drop a comment below. I'd love to share it with you guys.❤️
Hello again i got some more free value I made a pricing framework on how to price your SMMA services COMMENT BELOW and il send it to you. just comment below if you want it. IF YOU WANT MORE FREE VALUE PLEASE COMMENT BELOW SOME IDEAS
Me and my partner - in our first 9 days of calling - booked in 17 meetings for our agency so I thought J should ask the group if they’d appreciate getting a look at it? Comment ‘WEBWISE’ if you’d like it.
I am feeling like I just fell into a High Level Rabbit Hole. I can only hope to find daylight soon. Hi Ya'll I am excited to join the group to learn and implement the training to build a kick ass business enterprise. I would certainly appreciate any helpful tips you can share. Thank you! 🤙
Since many are struggling with getting replies on their emails i thought i'd share my process on how i average 20% reply rate in hopes of helping someone out. I always send to personal emails, unless they don't have a personal email available. If they only have a "post" or "info" email, I'll send an email just asking if there's any way to get in contact with the owner via mail. This actually gets an insane reply rate when i pitch. I found that usually those emails are actually managed by the owner (depending on the size of the company and the niche i guess) My emails are very short and straight to the point. They are literally 3 lines long. The point is you don't tell them everything. This way, if you have a good offer, they will be curious to know more about your product, and that's when you really pitch them. Having a personal first line is good, but if you don't have anything really interesting to comment on, don't include a personal line, you will just appear desperate. I always check their website before sending them an email. If there's anything worth commenting on, i'll include it in my email. I use a chrome extension called "Meta Pixel Helper" to see if they run meta ads, and i also check if they run google ads. Last but not least, i have a banging offer. Now it doesn't have to be a free trial, like me. Back when i was sending cold emails to the US, i also got reply's because of my unique ROI offer. The offer is maybe the biggest factor to a good reply rate. In order to do some of these steps, you'll have to manually research for their personal emails and manually send them. This does take a lot of time, so if email campaigns works better in your niche, go for it. I just found i have a lot more success when i do it this way, and don't blindly trust apollo's email scraping. Hopefully this helped someone out!
yo guys your boy is back and i have a question let's say you are trying content creation on social media, and it simply isn't working out and you are confused why isn't it working out. Well answer is simple you lack content planning. If you are interested in growing your social media reply on this post :)
A lot of people have been asking questions about this so I figured I’ll clear it up a bit after mine got rejected a few times. So not only do you need the correct legal information in including LLC (or whatever business type) address and name, you also need a video in which you show where people go to opt in. I did this through loom and put it in my Facebook form/ landing page right before they click submit. This is what I put: By clicking submit you opt in to receiving up to 10 msg/mo. Message and data rates apply. Reply STOP to unsubscribe. Just put that in text above the submit button. This is how you’ll submit your toll free number.
Hey everyone, I wanted to share this video with all of you and demonstrate how you can customize GHL beyond the traditional Dark and Light themes. Many of you might be curious about how Max has managed to white label his Homeservice.co with a Blue and Red theme. I hope this brings some value for everyone 😁 Let me know if anyone has any questions ❗️ (Edit:) I posted this a little more than a week ago but there are like 4,500 new members since then! Truly Insane! Just wanted to post again so I can provide as much value as possible for all the new comers 🙏
Hey everyone, this might be sudden, but let's not get down. We're here because we want to win, to succeed. Lots of folks talk about doing things, but we've taken the first step. Now, all we gotta do is stick with it. Hold onto our goals tight and let's keep going. Cheers to us!