Currently looking for a white label ppc company. We've filled out the Agency Elevation form via the GoHighLevel w/Robb Bailey group and via AE's website but it's been crickets. Anyone have a contact over there?
What to say to potential clients who say they don't want to give up their lead list - The ones who are precious about it have been popping up for us, stating we could go on and sell the lead list ourselves to another client, etc. We have been saying that this isn't what we are doing, can get a contract signed, have their own unique account in HL etc. Has anyone else come across this and handled it any differently?
I am new to GHL and want to learn how to use this software like a pro. What is the best route to take to get to where I want to be. I even upgraded to the $497 with promises of unlocking all of these perks and training with zero results so far. Any advice?
I know it's best to be able to text the business owner on their account, but I don't get any responses from them when I send messages privately on FB and I can't even send friend requests... I've been texting businesses on their business page, but I know it could work a lot better, any ideas?
I'm having trouble getting booked calls in the home cleaning niche. I have now sent around 2200 outreach messeges and the only ones who give positive replies (interested) are businesses who're fairly new - they've been in business for a bit under a year or a bit over a year. I've had 2 actual calls from that, where one is a client and the other 70% there. My positive reply rate is perhaps 2% per 100 messeges. I feel like I have a great offer considering it's DR. Do you guys think I should try another niche where they need more immediate clients. In the home cleaning niche most people say they have a lot of clients and that they are fully booked because they get most clients from word of mouth etc. Perhaps I'm just doubting something or need to change up the offer
I don't have much to offer as far as ghl or agency advice, but this has been a great benefit for me in other areas. It is called Microsoft for Startups. It is free to apply for. I get no affiliate bonuses or anything else. I just wanted to give something to the community as I have already benefited from gifts right here. Here is the link and I hope it's ok to give it away here. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/startups?rtc=1 I used quite a few things and the application process was very easy!
Hey guys, I've been going through all of the content and was wondering if they other days of the 1-2-3 SAAS Play: Burrito Date recordings are available somewhere. This is the video I'm talking about: https://www.skool.com/gohighlevel/classroom/4a1807f6?md=4a4e898729384748aad9a8955728b221
Hey! When you guys do cold Facebook outreach, do you guys get messages from Facebook that say “You don’t know this person” when you are attempting to send a friend request? The reason I am asking is that I am getting these messages 99.9% of the time and I can only send out a message on the majority of them. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong?
Hi peeps, for me and the businesses to use GHL with sms costs in The Netherlands is expensive!! Also, tbhb sms is not so popular, whatsapp is here now so that is awesome! What is your experience of doing so??
Hey everyone, just putting this here to get some thoughts on automation Hire a VA -> train to find 'niched' businesses that are running FB ads -> cold email with DR offer -> + daily reports by VA of emails sent - pay them per close of client - try and get them to target about 50- 100 of these per day and put everything (fb likes, name of business, website, phone number, email, city etc.) in a spreadsheet for overview purposes so no business is being retargeted 1. and then upon response you get a list of contacts to call with all their information DFY by VA 2. OR hire a closer to speak to that list and implement contact details upon them going ahead / sending payment options / etc. SO all you do is import their contact lists, tweak / modify / upload their contact details into the system and there you go... Haven't gone through the Client Acquisition System yet, so no comment as far as that goes Any thoughts or experiences on operating like this?
Hey All! I wanted to see if anyone has a good idea for Database Reactivation campaign for a client of our that is a B2B Agency, that caters mainly to SaaS and technology companies. They offer Website Design/Development, PR, and Digital Marketing. I'm most interested in promoting their Web Design/Dev services. Would something like a free 10 point website audit and consultation work? Open to any ideas you guys might have. Thank you in advance for your thoughts! 😁
We are planning to create a company that will focus on strategic reputation management, client re-engagement, and tailored referral programs, through organic growth and tangible results for local businesses without the need for paid advertising. Which business name would be easily associated with our mission?
Hey all, This question may have been asked already so apologies for any repetition. I was hoping to get people's thoughts on running DBR for a high ticket fee vs a low ticket one (i.e. for thousands rather than hundreds) In my mind, there are very few (if any) businesses that wouldn't benefit from DBR, so we have choice in terms of who we target. The limiting factor is being able to justify our fee for the results a business is likely to get, which is where the low vs high ticket question comes in. Is the additional money earned on a high ticket basis offset by the potential volume of low ticket clients or are there other factors (apart from time spent) that I'm missing here? Thanks in advance for any help provided!
I met with a recording artist, a medical coding school owner, a property owner, a software engineer, a pastor, and a Volunteer For Life Non-Profit Business Owner. Basically all I could do was make sure I got tons of referrals. Not one had a database to reactivate. They were all very nice people, though. I got a chance to practice my script as well. I'll be back with better news tomorrow!!
I've been on a bit of a journey lately, and I'm super excited to share some insider tips with you! Recently, I designed a real estate lead form funnel using GHL that's been working like a charm. And guess what? I'm not here to sell you on it; I just want to spill the beans on how you can craft your own stellar funnel. Let's call it the "Less Salesy, More Success-y" approach. Here are a few nuggets to chew on: 1. Connect, Don't Convince: Your funnel should be less of a sales pitch and more of a conversation. People are tired of the hard sell. Instead, focus on building a connection. Ask questions, share stories, and let the trust factor grow naturally. 2. Simplify, Simplify, Simplify: Nobody likes a complicated funnel. Keep it simple, stupid! (No offense intended.) Make the process smooth and easy for your leads. The less friction, the better the chances they'll stick around. 3. Value First, Forms Later: Rather than bombarding your leads with a barrage of forms upfront, offer them something valuable first. Maybe a sneak peek into the latest real estate trends, a downloadable guide, or an informative video. Build their interest before asking for their details. 4. Automation is Your BFF: GHL is a powerhouse of automation. Use it wisely. Set up triggers and workflows that respond to your leads' actions. This not only saves you time but also keeps your leads engaged at every step. 5. Analytics Aren’t Just for Geeks: Dive into the data. GHL gives you some fantastic analytics tools. Look beyond the usual open rates and clicks. Understand how your leads are interacting with your funnel, and tweak accordingly. 6. Mobile Optimization Matters: In this age of smartphones, a mobile-friendly funnel is non-negotiable. Ensure that your design is responsive and provides an equally delightful experience on both desktop and mobile. 7. A/B Test Like a Scientist: Don't be afraid to experiment. Test different elements of your funnel – headlines, images, and call-to-action buttons. A/B testing is your secret weapon for continuous improvement. 8.
Hi Everyone! I'm interested in the Elite Membership but wanted the community's feedback. For context, I just started with GHL a month ago and have 1 client but no defined niche yet. I'm still testing niches before narrowing it down. My background is Enterprise Software Sales to Fortune 1000 companies. I am looking for a framework to help me with prospecting/outreach, as well as figuring out services that I should be focusing on to land new clients. I know I can add additional service offerings as I begin to scale but I'm looking to get a fast start with a program that I can follow and execute against. For folks who have used or are currently using the Elite Membership, do you think it would be helpful at my current stage? Thanks in advance for your responses!