I’ve always done things differently.
That’s probably why I lasted less than four years in the “real world” of corporate marketing agency politics, before jumping ship to start my own business.
Those rebel tendencies followed me into entrepreneurship, too.
If you’re here, you likely either purchased my Livestream365 calendar, StoryLibrary365 or the Tiny Offer Toolkit... or you’ve at least seen the ads.
These products and sequences are what finally got me away from freebies and raving about Tiny Offers® instead.
You see, it wasn’t until I developed a Tiny Offer® that I finally felt good about growing my email list… and it changed my entire business.
Maybe you’ve seen my ad and thought: “Oooh, YES! I HAVE been thinking that I need to be more visible in my business. This will make it SOOO much easier.”
Here’s how the offer unfolded:
>> $27 main offer
>> additional $37 product on the checkout form
>> after checkout, buyers were able to add ANOTHER program for $77.
Nothing about this was random.
The products were designed in a VERRRRY specific order to solve a pain point, agitate another pain point, then offer a second solution for the new pain point, in what I call “the solve/agitate buying cycle”.
This process works
because it captures attention in a safe, non-threatening way, and continues the client journey by offering a suite of products that are related and all help move your customer toward a specific, quick-win end result -- building a huge amount of trust in the process.
There’s a lot more to the Tiny Offer System that I designed -- like, more than I can fit on this page - but I’m giving you all the details in my free masterclass:
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