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welcome to funnel hacker radio podcast
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where we go behind the scenes and
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uncover the tactics and strategies top
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entrepreneurs are using to make more
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sales dominate their markets and how you
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can get those same results here is your
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host Dave Woodward hey everybody welcome
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to funnel hacker radio you’re not gonna
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believe who I’ve got on our call today
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this is one of the guys who deals with
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some crazy crazy high-end clients and
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the fun part about this is he can’t even
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talk about who they are specifically but
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we’ll be able to go in and really dive
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deep into the kind of results that he’s
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getting for his clients so welcome it
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this time a launch of oh well c’mon hey
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thank you for having me Dave
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I’m super super glad you joined the call
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with this area it was kind of fun just
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how it this all came together we were I
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know Russell was kind of reaching out to
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you about another project and things we
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had going and said oh by the way
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whatever happened with this and man you
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guys absolutely had crazy crazy crazy
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results and so I want kind of dive into
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that but give a little background here
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that Elan deals with really super
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high-end clients and because of that
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he’s got an NDA where you really can’t
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reveal who they are but the results were
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talking about today are one of his
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clients was a New York Times bestselling
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author and has done just crazy crazy
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numbers so with that long I again I
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wanted to kind of dive into this one
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things we were talking about last time
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you know were basically kind of
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conversion back and forth was you
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actually promoted an event using one of
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our click finals landing pages and your
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sales team and the results were crazy
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off the charts if correct me if I’m
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wrong but basically he said was you guys
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spent a thousand four and three dollars
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in Facebook ads and closed over eighty
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five thousand dollars in front and
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revenue and the best part was that you
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over sold the event and actually had to
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pull the plug on it right do I got those
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numbers and those stats right yeah you
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do you’re missing the backend revenue
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which ended up being over two hundred
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thousand dollars after a few months
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where we could track it correctly so by
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the way an extra two hundred thousand
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dollars that’s that you know almost a
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three hundred thousand dollar campaign
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off $1,400
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begad I would say that you uh you’re
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pretty good at what you do
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oh no no I’m including the eighty-five
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so the back end was under thirty eight
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thousand still a the total revenue is
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something like two hundred two hundred
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twenty three thousand something like
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that at three-month mark that’s crazy I
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will take two hundred twenty three
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thousand off of a $1400 Facebook ad
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campaign any day of the week
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so congratulations yeah thank you I mean
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it’s it’s easy when your clients have a
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lot of goodwill in the market and they
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already have that kind of trust with the
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audience which is why I tell a lot of
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people that are kind of up and coming
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IMing I’m like dude write a book man
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like start just positioning yourself as
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the man and not space it it it goes a
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very long way
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very awesome I love hearing that let’s
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guy talk about exactly that how you what
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was the funnel how did it work all those
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kind of things would you end up doing
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okay cool we’re gonna begin just like a
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basic funnel right we have those PPC ads
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that lead to the click funnels landing
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page I’m wondering if I could share this
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page I can just take out some details
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and give it you guys after but uh yeah
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so the first thing I do is effect have
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just a few PPC ads a test different hook
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so I use like scarcity social proof kind
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of a curiosity angle and in this case it
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was the scarcity that perform the best
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on the Adsense so from there they went
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to a landing page that it was purposely
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disqualifying a lot of people let me
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just pull up this number the conversion
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on the landing page was quite low I
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think it was um something like seven
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percent but that’s because the language
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on the page was purposely disqualifying
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people we used a lot of language to
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attract high level people kind of people
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with money because the way the funnel
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worked is we asked for phone numbers
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right off the bat and as soon as someone
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opted in the thank you page kind of just
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showed them member testimonials to build
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some value and they got an email
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instantly with all the details this
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email kind of let them know about the
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skater there’s to be how much everything
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cost etc etc and it asked them to reply
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to the email if they were cool with it
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and those replies would go to say
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and once someone need a prize and said
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that they were ok with it we considered
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them super hot so our sales team jumped
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on those the sales team called everyone
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regardless and followed up with them
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until they were considered dead I think
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the biggest success of this campaign was
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definitely the sales team mm-hmm do you
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want to know the numbers on the landing
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page and stuff yeah I’d love it yeah we
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loved all the numbers you can give us
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yeah hey cool um so yeah so a cost per
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lead it was 425 we enter 1875 leads yeah
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four dollars and 25 cents that was our
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cost per lead and we generated 375 leads
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well us is there air where’s the sales
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numbers cool so yeah so we were selling
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a twenty five hundred dollar event it
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was like a three-day event like a
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weekend type thing and we until that’s
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how our funnel works for this business
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so we use the event as our main
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acquisition it’s actually quite badass
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and uh I mean on this 85 out of it was
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spent on the event so it wasn’t it was a
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little bit profitable but not much about
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break even but again because we use
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these events to sell a yearly mastermind
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program that was sell at 1200 dollars a
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year and there’s also a month how long a
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thousand dollars a month so still a long
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real quick I’m gonna kind of rephrase
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that our our Skype connections kind of
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breaking up here so if i understood
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right here basically what’s happening
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you got four dollars and 25 cents per
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lead is that and then you got 375 leads
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out of that they you’re basically
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driving to a $2,500 three-day event and
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the primary purpose of that event
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actually is client acquisition into a
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$12,000 coaching program is that correct
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yeah absolutely
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and and we work hard to make these
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events amazing where it’s almost stupid
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to not take us up on our $12,000 offer
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and out of the 34 people we converted
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from this campaign from second so we got
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six yearly members at 12,000 each so we
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can say seventy two thousand dollars in
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the back in revenue and we got eleven
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monthly members who are paying a
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thousand dollars a month and now after
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this business is six months so I’m just
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estimating that at sixty six thousand
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dollars in back-end revenue that’s
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fantastic gosh that’s congratulations
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that’s fantastic again it’s the sales
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team and any any marketers here running
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anything like your marketers and your
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copywriters can be awesome at generating
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leads and making demand and excitement
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but it’s the sales guys in the trenches
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that are really grind in a way and
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making this money have been very cool so
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you’ve got Facebook Ads basically to a
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landing page the landing page I love the
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fact that you talked about the landing
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page actually was there to disqualify
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people and I think at times a lot of
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people think oh I just want as many
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people as possible I can tell you from
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the stuff we’ve seen in our business
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that when you get if you attract
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everybody you really end up attracting
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nobody and the problem we’ve seen is
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when you have those types of programs
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you get all the crap instead of really
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getting high-quality leads and the
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higher those quality leads are the
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better it is and easier is for your
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sales people to actually close which
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makes more motivated sales people and
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then they end up closing more as well so
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it becomes this positive feedback loop
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when you do it right so if you don’t
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mind if you could just even talk what
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are some of the things that you did to
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actually disqualify some of the people
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and you’re on your page sure let me let
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me load up this page real quick
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done okay so obviously the first section
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is just the hook and the grabber and
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that’s awesome that that pretty much
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appeals to everyone but we use specific
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where as a high level networking and you
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know at the top there’s like a grabber
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like attention entrepreneurs businessmen
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and industry leaders so a lot of people
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kind of disqualify themselves out just
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based on that language or maybe
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confidence maybe whatever but either way
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we do you get like bullshitters who fill
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out applications and lie and stuff and
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that’s normal in every business
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I mean on the landing page there’s you
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know there’s like a leap networking and
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it makes mentions to other members and
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their status like Grammy winning
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musicians oscar-winning actor
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international entrepreneurs tech CEOs
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athletes things like that and then we we
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kind of hint that it’s gonna be a little
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bit expense
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and so for like a full accomodation
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included five-star experience and then
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there’s another section here that says
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this is not for everybody and it lets
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them know this is a high-level
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invite-only mastermind group and that
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we’re only looking for a few people that
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fit the bill and yeah and same with the
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testimonials they also kind of frame
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this as high-level like the people were
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using as testimonials are you know like
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investors and like business owners who
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run successful businesses so all that
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stuff kind of like we don’t get kids
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applying we get the occasional
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bullshitter but most of our elites
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understand high-level but like we drill
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that in and we add that qualifying
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mechanism by that initial email they get
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that tells them the price and tells them
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everything and it asks them to respond
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so this like when someone is like yeah
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that sounds good like our sales teams
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now like this guy’s hot he knows the
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price he’s cool with it let’s get him on
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the phone right now I mean regardless
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they close people who didn’t reply to
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that email but that’s a nice qualifier
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just so the sales team can prioritize
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and what I’ve learned working with sales
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guys is it’s all about momentum like you
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give them good leads they close they get
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on a roll to get excited they’re all
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good no I think Ilana it’s one of the
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things I really I’ve seen happen so much
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even in our business the higher
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qualified those leads are those sales
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guys they really get to the point where
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they get super motivated because they
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know I’m closing one out of two one out
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of three whatever it might be and so the
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key there is to make sure that you’re
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getting as much as possible you’re able
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to qualify those people in a way that
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actually works so I wanted to ask you
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real quick
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absolutely the lawn are you in your
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stuff were you gender specific as well
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uh yeah it’s a male only group okay so
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that was another disqualifier you had on
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your page I assume uh I just didn’t
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target females in the Facebook ad so
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that
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and care of already very cool that’s
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awesome so of those leads that came in
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how many of them I want to make sure I
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understand this so basically what
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happens is you end up setting out to you
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have the Facebook page they land on on
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your on your landing page from there
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they opt-in you send them an email and
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you’re requesting that they reply to
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that email correct yeah that’s like a
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raise your hand if you’re interested
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after you know all the details think but
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at that point we have all their
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information so I wouldn’t put the price
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and stuff on the landing page because
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that would automatically you know like a
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good percentage of those leaves wouldn’t
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become leads if they saw the price
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before they opted in so basically the
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the freebie or whatever I know people
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like talking about freebies to get leads
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the freebie here was like if you want
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more details give us your phone number
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and email which was also kind of a
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qualifier itself yeah that definitely is
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I mean you’re asked like it have
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information yeah yeah like I made the
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phone number is required and a lot of
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people put like five five five five five
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five and you just were like okay this
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person is not so serious yes so they
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went to the kind of like
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bottom-of-the-barrel is on the list for
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the salespeople oh that’s cool any idea
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how many actually replied to the email
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versus those huh just liji and then
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following up with yeah a good amount I
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don’t have that data in front of me
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though okay
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so what we’re basically looking at then
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is the sales I’ll have I’ll have
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something that initial email their
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response is always like kind of optimal
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it’s not so good but then there’s
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another email that goes out two days
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later that here I hope everybody swipes
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this I mean it’s it’s quite famous in
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the marketing world subject line contact
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first name
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body are you still interested in
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attending blank that one gets a crazy
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response yeah I want you to say that one
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more time just so everyone got that cuz
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that’s gonna go by real fast
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okay I’ll slow it down email subject
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contact first name and that’s a merge
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field don’t make the subject contact
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first name if it was coming to me it
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would say Dave subject Dave body are you
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still interested in attending blank and
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I’ve earned
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for different clients and different
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industries and it just always gets good
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response I mean some marketers like to
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use like a mail merge and have it say
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sent from iPhone on the bottom I used to
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do that I don’t think is ethical anymore
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but that that definitely increases
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responses just if anybody’s listening
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and it’s looking for some kind of little
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ideas like that awesome
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very very cool so now you’ve got two
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there they’re responding to that email
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and when they’re responding obviously
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those become your hot leads those have
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got things that the salespeople are
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getting on and calling back right away
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the one things you made mention is
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you’re actually sending to a $2,500 or
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they’re buying a 2,500 three-day event
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but it sounded maybe I misunderstood but
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it sounded like that event you also
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included their their room and board is
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that right yeah it’s all-expense-paid
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except flight for the weekend and like I
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said we’re we’re a bit profitable but
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it’s almost break-even because we just
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want to get people in person and when we
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have three days to deliver value and
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build that relationship it’s much easier
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for the end for the sales guys to just
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be like hey so are you in and a lot of
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the marketing in this business it’s very
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scarcity base like even even these sales
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calls they’re they’re basically
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interviews and it’s you know I’ve had
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the sales guys turn people down if they
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wouldn’t be the right fit because it’s a
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quite intimate mastermind group you know
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it’s like less than 200 members that is
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so so cool so I think again one of the
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things we’ve talked about on a lot of my
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other podcast and I really want to
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stress again here is one of the metrics
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you really have to understand is what is
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your cost to acquire a customer and what
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then is your average cart value so your
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average cart value since you’re actually
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are going through the salespersons a
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little bit harder to calculate but the
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key there is to make sure you understand
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what the average cost is to actually
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acquire that customer for you guys the
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event is not as isn’t as important to be
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a revenue generator as it is to get
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high-quality people at the event that
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they could then sell them your high end
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product which i think is super super
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important for people to understand when
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you’re doing events you need to look at
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the event is this event is it set up
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primarily to be a revenue generator for
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me in my business
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or is my event actually part of my
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marketing to actually sell something
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that is further up my sales ladder
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absolutely
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for us events are our number one driver
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of members into our mastermind group so
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I cannot know what your actual numbers
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were but how many people actually went
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to the event and of those people at the
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event how many actually then came in and
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actually bought so I’m just gonna talk
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about the 34 people we acquired during
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this funnel because the rest of the
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people at the event were members okay as
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part of this part of is yearly
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membership includes access to each
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quarterly like mastermind event type
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thing okay so yeah yeah so we also kind
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of play it like that in the sales
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strategy it’s like you know we’d have
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like members and non-members and it’s
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kind of like do you want to become a
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part of us all that kind of I don’t want
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to say cult psychology but like kind of
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tribal stuff you know what I mean you
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know I’m really good with cult
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psychology that’s one of things were
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focused on right now so that works out
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okay yeah so it’s kind of like do you
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want to become one of us you see how
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awesome we are so we exclude these
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non-members from certain things in the
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event but especially like intimate cool
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things they’re excluded and they’re just
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wondering what goes on on the other side
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so that helps us close them but at to
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answer your question out of the 34 that
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we acquired six of those became yearly
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members and that’s 12,000 bucks a pop so
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72,000 bucks from those six guys and
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then 11 became monthly members at a
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thousand bucks a month that’s fantastic
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so I mean I’m almost tapped converted
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into members in one way or another I
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think I don’t know if my math that’s
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right but it’s something like huh yeah I
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mean 18 out of 34 I mean that’s acting
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more than half so that’s pretty cool so
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when you’re looking at that I’m really
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curious now about the actual event as
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far and again I know you’re under an NDA
17:32
you can’t share all this everything but
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help me understand if I go to the event
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I’m getting some content but then all of
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a sudden it’s kind of like the curtains
17:41
closed and I can’t get any further
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because I have to be part of the actual
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group can you
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kind of sure what what happens on the
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other side of that curtain for those
17:47
those people you’re talking about how we
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kind of acquire members yes so I mean
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it’s a it’s an intimate mastermind and
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you know everyone’s kind of dedicated
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it’s a brotherhood basically that’s why
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it’s a men only thing basically we have
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you know like Members Only business and
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we exclude the non-members and then we
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kind of discussed the new guys and who
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they want in and stuff and and it’s not
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a marketing gimmick just based on real
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stuff like the members you’ve got good
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feedback who our members thought would
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be a right fit we have kind of sales
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letters prepared for them that are like
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hey you know you pass your
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qualifications we’ve been watching you
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like our members kind of spoke well of
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you and that’s kind of how it works and
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it’s like do you want to accept this you
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know we never position anything as like
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we’re selling this or like buy this shit
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best membership it’s like hey you’ve
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been accepted do you accept your
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nomination it’s it’s sort of like that I
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think that is awesome I haven’t heard
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that it’s kind of like yet the other
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members are actually selecting
18:52
University you know quote-unquote the
18:53
Guru is selecting you so I think that’s
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not that’s pretty cool as far as that
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whole Brotherhood mentality I I think
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that’s actually yeah yeah I mean and
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it’s it sensitive cuz same with our
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marketing promotions we can’t just let
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everyone in because our existing number
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base which that’s where all our real
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revenue comes from like our long-term
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members you know we have to respect them
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you know and their their Brotherhood in
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their sacred space that’s what they get
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out of this business that is awesome so
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you’ve got basically to it you know 200
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people paying you 12 grand a year you
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know two point five million dollar
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business that is built basically along
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the whole idea as far as this cult
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following Brotherhood mentality yeah
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pretty much that it’s a mastermind
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everyone’s dedicated to helping each
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other level up sharing industry secrets
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stuff like that oh I love it super super
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exciting so tell me as far as other
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stuff that you’re working on what other
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types of things would you like to share
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with our listeners Oh mm-hmm
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and if nothing else I totally get that
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because the content you’ve been been
19:56
dropping value bombs like crazy right
19:58
now so
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I’m loving it I love it I love it I mean
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that’s a very broad question I mean my
20:02
I’m focused on my writing I I don’t
20:06
really want to splice in some
20:08
copywriting tips and shit because I
20:09
don’t really believe their secrets I
20:11
mean other than understanding the basic
20:13
psychology of the person you’re speaking
20:15
to not a problem
20:18
I don’t know this real quick alone if
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you don’t mind I know you work with some
20:22
really high-end people I tell me when
20:25
you’re looking at at attracting clients
20:28
and things what do you do to attract the
20:31
types of clients that you’re able to
20:32
bring in and work with for my own
20:35
business for your own business yes I
20:36
mean at this point the social proof is
20:39
there I’ve worked with a few big dogs so
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whenever I kind of want to generate a
20:43
conversation with someone I can just
20:44
name drop and then they’ll be a little
20:46
bit more
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they’ll be curious to hear from me I
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mean how I got started with that is a
20:51
few years back to work with someone I
20:55
really looked up to I started doing
20:57
stuff for free for them and I had my own
21:00
business back then there was a fitness
21:01
business so I I need a little bit about
21:03
copywriting and email marketing so
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basically any time I saw room for
21:07
improvement I reached out and send
21:08
things and eventually the gatekeeper
21:10
kind of approved me and not built that
21:12
first relationship and I kind of just
21:14
dominoed that I loved it
21:16
I cannot stress the importance of
21:19
working for free I tell you I have I
21:21
just kind of find out look I’ve got a
21:24
boy who just came home from his mission
21:25
it was another son who’s actually going
21:28
on a mission and so I’ve got these you
21:29
know 18 20 old kids who are at that
21:31
point where they’re trying to kind of
21:33
figure out what they’re gonna do next
21:34
and I’ve told them so many times you
21:36
know guys it’s all a matter of who you
21:38
know and the best way of getting to know
21:40
people is working for them for free
21:42
because no one else is having to do it
21:44
and if you’re willing to work for free
21:46
for a person that’s a really hard
21:48
proposal to say no to absolutely and
21:50
just you know just keeping in touch and
21:53
being real like I mean I have leads now
21:55
that I mean people I would want to work
21:57
with and the initial pitch and proposal
22:00
or whatever that initial sales process
22:02
up once it fizzles I keep in touch you
22:03
know I get their email broadcast I reply
22:05
I said I think you can make this better
22:07
this way and then that always recognize
22:09
the relationship basically when you
22:12
stay relevant and stay helpful past that
22:14
initial note you know and everyone just
22:17
kind of stays in your networking
22:18
whenever they need help they’ll come to
22:20
you first love that great advice
22:24
it’s insane cuz people I spent money
22:26
with like I never hear from them again
22:27
and it’s shocking cuz I would definitely
22:29
hire them again they could just say
22:31
hello you know and like I’m talking to a
22:34
lot of like copywriters that I’ve hired
22:36
and like designers and shit just say
22:38
hello you know I think it times everyone
22:43
I mean I I cannot tell you how many
22:46
times I’ve had this conversation with
22:48
Russell it literally it’s one of those
22:49
things where if people would just stay
22:51
close to us their businesses will grow I
22:54
mean it is the craziest thing we’ll
22:56
spend money with people and it’s just
22:58
you know we’ll pay for a service and
23:00
then all of a sudden they’re gone and
23:02
you’re like we want more so come back to
23:06
us it’s crazy it’s crazy because once
23:09
someone spends a dollar with you they
23:10
trust you and they love you and want
23:12
some expensive dollars that you’ve just
23:13
like acquired a really awesome thing
23:14
you’ve like engaged in that
23:17
transactional relationship it’s it’s
23:19
fucking beautiful so I mean yeah I use a
23:23
CRM like I keep in touch with everyone
23:25
people I make money with people I don’t
23:26
make money with people that I’ve said no
23:28
but it’d be enough I just stay relevant
23:30
when I can I use one page CRM for for a
23:33
non-technical dude like me it’s very
23:35
easy it just shows me a screen and it
23:37
tells me who to follow up with date
23:39
specific I love that great tip fantastic
23:43
tip well I again I appreciate the fact
23:45
you’re out in Colombia right now
23:47
enjoying your life over there half the
23:50
year you spend there and half the year
23:51
you spend here in the LA you know Santa
23:54
Monica area so I I appreciate you taking
23:56
time out of your schedule today to work
23:57
with me and really share this crazy
23:59
content with our listeners I know that
24:01
they definitely will appreciate it I
24:03
know one of the things they’re always
24:04
going to hear back right real fast and
24:06
everyone’s gonna go well I want to get
24:08
in contact with the lawn how do I get in
24:09
contact with the lawn so what’s the best
24:11
way for our listeners to reach out to
24:13
you for the more formal people you can
24:16
go to my website which is my name alo n
24:19
sh ABO comm my email us there my contact
24:23
form is there but for
24:25
most just add me on Facebook send me a
24:28
message I’m I’m on there a lot I love it
24:30
well a lot thank you so very much for
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your time today
24:33
again massive value bombs and again just
24:35
because you’re you’re out there and a
24:37
the thing I love about your work is you
24:39
are the guy who is always out there
24:41
swinging I mean you are crushing it all
24:43
the time so thank you so very much for
24:45
taking time out of your schedule day and
24:47
I look forward to talking again real
24:48
soon absolutely Dave
24:50
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