Create Your First Evergreen Webinar Funnel
Episode 16010th November 2022 • Women Conquer Business • Jen McFarland & Shelley Carney
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Jen:

Hello and welcome to the Women Conquer Business Show.

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I'm Jen McFarland, joined by Shelley Carney.

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We're your go-to small business marketing show covering breaking marketing news

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that affects you cool apps we found, and a deep dive into a marketing topic

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with a side of motivation and inspir.

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We'll also talk a little about our own entrepreneurial journeys as well.

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Are you ready?

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Let's get started.

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Hey, how you doing, Shelley?

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Hey,

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everybody.

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We're here.

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We are here.

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Welcome to Women Conquer Business.

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Today we are going to talk about how to create your first Evergreen webinar.

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On a recent episode, how to find the perfect opt-in to boost sales.

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We touched on a next level marketing technique or tactic about using Evergreen

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webinars to build a relationship with a prospect and guide them

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toward making a purchase with you.

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And it was funny because Shelley and I talked about it and we were like,

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That would be a good episode, right?

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Like I mentioned that I had the ability to do.

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And so we are gonna go back and go through this and explore the basics

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of creating your first Evergreen webinar funnel, including the

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apps we use and how to set it up.

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I used to give frequent webinars before Covid and in an early time

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of Covid, so I've given a lot of live webinars and presentations.

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I haven't obviously set up my first Evergreen webinar funnel, so I'm

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pretty excited to talk about this.

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I do think that it's something that isn't for everyone, , and it's good

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to know how to do it, how easy it can be, and it's just something

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to have in the back of your mind.

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If you like video, if you like reaching out to people in that way, and it's

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frequently how you do it, it might be a good fit for a lot of people

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who are listening to or watching.

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Yay, , including Shelley.

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Yes,

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me too.

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I have done the web.

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I've taken webinars or I've appeared as a participant on a webinar,

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but I have never done one or set one up as a funnel or any of that.

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So this is all very fascinating

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to me.

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Yeah, it's really great.

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Everyone should at least know and understand the principles of a webinar.

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If not because you plan to do it yourself so that you know the general structure

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of it and you can really be discerning about whether or not you want to attend

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a webinar because you'll be able, we're gonna go over that structure today and

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you'll be able to understand how it works and how the structure is based on, almost

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entirely based on trying to convert you as a customer, depending on how aggress.

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Some of these webinars are, as someone who's a teacher myself, my webinars

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always tend to go a little bit further towards teaching than into a real

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direct high pressure sales situation.

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I don't really recommend a high pressure sales situation.

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I think it's always good for people to see what you are, like, what?

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What's good for people to experience from you.

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Everybody's different.

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we're gonna talk about it in generalities, in the hopes that you

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all will be able to make it your own.

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Yes.

Shelley:

I've done something similar.

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Toby and I did a series of short videos.

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I think it was five videos and we call it a mini course.

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But it's basically the same as a webinar and we just never

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really set it up as a funnel.

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We never really got.

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Too many people to go through it.

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So we need to talk more about the marketing of it and getting people to go

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through it, and then where you want them to end up when they finish watching it.

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So that's important stuff.

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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But first, so what?

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But first you wanna talk about breaking news.

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Breaking news, what's happening?

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All right.

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This is something we've talked.

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Four and we're bringing it up again because it continues to happen.

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So now TikTok is adding maps, location tracking, and there's even more talk

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again about TikTok being the future.

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Google.

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And so there are a few things, and this has come up before, I

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think we've even talked about what near media has said about it.

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There's a couple of different articles, we'll put both in the show notes.

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But 40% of Zoomers are Shing search and maps.

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That's significant at this point that, that.

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40% of Gen Z or Zoomers aren't going to

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Google.

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I, Okay.

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I have got to say, Zoomers, this is the first time I've really

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heard anybody call Gen Z Zoomers.

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I guess that's as opposed to boomers.

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I like it.

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Because I always felt like why is everybody stealing Gen X?

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Cuz I'm Gen X.

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So I like it that it's Zooms . I'm generation Jones, so you know

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You're your own generation.

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That's right.

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Generation.

Shelley:

Have you not heard of Generation Jones?

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No.

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Oh it's between boomers and Gen X.

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It's because Gen Generat children, Gen X and boomers kept moving their

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years slightly up or slightly down.

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And then there was this from like 1957 to 1964 generation that was just lost.

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So they started calling US Generation Jones.

Jen:

Oh, that's interesting.

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Yeah.

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I've never heard of that.

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Yeah.

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I think we just kept co curbing our years.

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Cause we didn't, we wanted, Be a part of the boomers.

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Yeah.

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. Shelley: Ok, Boomer.

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Ok.

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Zoomer.

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Okay.

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Zoomer.

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So we know that people younger than us, since we're generation Jones,

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which is made up by the way, and also , are they all, come on, They're

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all made up and younger than us, that they are not using Google for search.

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They're not using maps.

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They do not trust.

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For some reason, they trust TikTok and Reddit more than Google.

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That's somewhat understandable because there are a lot of scammy blogs out

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there, and honestly, Google hasn't kept up necessarily with the times,

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but it's likely to shift again because these things always do we don't know.

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But what we are finding is that TikTok is of course not sleeping

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on this and is finding ways to attract more Zoomers and get people.

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Engaged with TikTok locations.

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It's also being reported in your media that, and this is also not surprising that

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many local businesses are still falling short when it comes to really going local

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and really paying attention to their local markets first, especially in retail,

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especially , I would say even, especially in online businesses, people oftentimes,

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Overlook the people who are their neighbor before they, and they just try to make

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it big without realizing that you need to conquer your local market first.

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And I've worked really hard in my local market at this point,

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and I'm ready to go in a lot of different directions beyond that.

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But I did the work here first.

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I did a lot to really test the market, find out what people needed.

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I worked with a lot of people that has worked really well for.

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and then you expand out.

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Mm-hmm.

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. And there are a lot of businesses out there that are not working in that way.

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And I think it's really important to do it.

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So take advantage of all of your social platforms that you

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can just be have it set up.

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You don't have to use it.

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Get your Google business profile set up.

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Have your links available on there.

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If you are catering to Zoomers younger generations, make sure

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you're using things like Reddit and TikTok and getting out there and

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getting your information out there.

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And then take advantage as much as you can of the local markets

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as you go to grow your business.

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Your friends are gonna be your first people.

Shelley:

You're great.

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You're right.

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And Toby and I have been getting more into that recently.

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And of course I think everybody probably is now that we're not in their lockdown

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anymore, we're not so afraid of covid.

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We have our boosters and everything we can get out locally.

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We can go to events, we can meet up with people we haven't seen in a couple of

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years and say, What are you doing now?

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And here's what we offer.

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And we can surprise each other again with what we're doing, cuz we've all kind of

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pivoted and taken on more technology.

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So it's a really good time to get back out in your local community, as Jen has said.

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Go to your farmer's markets.

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Go to your go to events that are happening.

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Go on a day, trip around your city, see what's going.

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Hook up with people you haven't seen in a while and start

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offering your services again.

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Yeah,

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absolutely.

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Get out there, get out there and do it.

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Take advantage of all the tools that are available to you as a local business

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to grow and even if you're an online business, there are still things

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you can do in your local market to, especially if we really are heading

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toward a recession, it's really wise to continue to be known in your local area.

Shelley:

Correct.

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So that you're top of mind when they

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do, you're top of

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mind.

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That's right.

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And you may end up bartering, I'll give, I'll do this for

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you if you do that for me.

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And I, It's a service that I need.

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And you need a service for me.

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That's right.

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We have to think of many new things to to try when times are tough.

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That's right.

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I have two bosses.

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Does anybody want two bosses for a.

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Boston, Terri, or I'm just kidding.

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I would never trade my dog for work.

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Okay.

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I was like, What the what?

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But they do bark a lot and sometimes I think about it.

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I'll trade you two dogs for one small child,

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. Jen: That's what my neighbor always says.

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Cause I'm always like, Do you want Booker Booker's my favorite.

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My favorites.

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Little ay, but he barks a lot.

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And Matt, my neighbor is Okay, but which kid do you want ? Because

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he has two little kids.

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And I'm like, Nevermind.

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Good, good.

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squash, . I don't know.

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So are we ready for some.

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We're doing it.

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All right, so let's power up into webinar basics.

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What is a webinar?

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Jen

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I don't know.

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What is it, Shelley?

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What is a

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webinar?

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A webinar is a combination of the word seminar and on the web, right?

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So you are taking a seminar.

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Most seminars, as we have learned, are a way for sales people to tell you all

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about their product and answer all of your objections and tell you why it's the most

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wonderful thing on the face of the planet.

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And you must have it now

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Yes.

Jen:

Yes.

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And webinars have thankfully evolved.

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I.

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Beyond that.

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I think some people still do that.

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They still do.

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The Tony Robbins run to the back of the room.

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The software expires in five seconds kind of deal.

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But modern day webinars really are about providing value.

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So in terms of what you can do, think of webinars as a great way to collect

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some names and email addresses.

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We talk about building a profit.

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Email list.

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This is one way of doing it.

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Tell us, share your ideas with people.

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Generate interest around your ideas.

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Tell people about your services, but you also have to provide

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a lot of value along the way.

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Give people one to two steps that they can take, help them, and then make an offer.

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Certainly you still wanna make an offer.

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It's not about not making the offer, but it's about making sure that

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people get something along the way.

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It's no longer.

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I'm here to sell ya my widget.

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And that's what web seminars used to be more about what it used

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to be just about this ra ra ra.

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I'm telling you, and I think I mentioned before that my favorite

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webinars are put on by click minded.

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That is not an organization for everybody.

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Like it's kind of like super nerd tech marketing process stuff.

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It's like totally up my alley, but I tell you, I go to their webinars like

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somebody, Gail, if you're listening, she's my accountant business partner.

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If she's watching, like she needs to just block those emails

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from ever coming into my inbox.

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Cuz if I.

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They're, they have the best webinars.

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That's an hour.

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The hour flies by.

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I learned so much stuff in that hour and then I'm just ready to buy

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whatever . I'm like, Wait, you're gonna tell me even more about this thing

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that I just took copious notes about?

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If I don't know about it, then, if I didn't know about that topic before

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then I'm really on board with doing it.

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That's an excellent example of it.

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Mm-hmm.

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. What we're gonna talk about today.

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So one of the downsides of webinars is oftentimes you have

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to be there in front of people and sometimes you can't be there.

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Or maybe there are people who are, If you're an online business,

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they're coming to your website from other countries, other time zones.

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It's not convenient for them to go to a webinar that you may be putting on

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in your local community or that you're sharing online at a certain time.

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That makes sense.

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It doesn't make sense for the other.

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So that's where we start getting into things like evergreen webinars.

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So an evergreen webinar is an on-demand webinar, meaning I go to your website,

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I can watch it whenever I want.

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it's gonna show it to me now cuz I'm here now.

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Mm-hmm.

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, and you don't have to be presenting it live.

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Now that said, you can do a lot of things to provide them with a

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live like experience, depending on whether or not you're using

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Evergreen webinar software to do that.

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Before we talk about the software and kind of some of those nuts and.

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Why don't you, Shelley, talk a little bit about kind of the video techniques,

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the different things that you can be doing to emphasize and make your

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webinar better, And part of that is also some of the things that we

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should be including in our webinars.

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Because you are not live, you need to do something

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to keep people's interest.

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Always start off with your face on screen, even if you're going

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to be doing a slide presentation or showing graphics of some kind.

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You want people to connect with you, that you want them to know that you're a real

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person, even though this is not live.

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You are a real person and you are the person that they will be working with

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if they should choose to sign up.

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So at the beginning and at the end, you wanna be full face, full frame.

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Make sure your lighting's good.

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Make sure your audio is good.

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There are many, many products available for you to use to record your.

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We use Streamy Yard, but you can use something like Zoom or

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Riverside, or there's lots and lots of products that will record

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you sitting in your your space.

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Again, have your background be very.

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Nice and neat.

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And the foreground, you should be well lit so that they can see your face and

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you look good and bright and upbeat.

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You wanna have that good energy when you're doing a video.

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And the nice thing about a recorded video is you can edit it if you need to, but

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if you practice and you have your slide set up, you shouldn't really need to.

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Do much in the way of editing.

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You should be able to just, Okay, I've got my stuff.

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I've rehearsed it once, I'm ready to go and shoot it.

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And then if you wanna go through later in edit, you can.

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And do you have any questions about

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video?

Jen:

No.

Jen:

I love it.

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Yeah.

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I think that's all true.

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Yeah.

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And you can, like you said, you can record a million different ways.

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Mm-hmm.

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, it's perfect.

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Yeah.

Shelley:

But keep people's interest, keep it, keep it active.

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And, and if you need a lot of, not too much, not a lot of boom,

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boom, boom, a bunch of video clips because you want it to look , you

Shelley:

want it look natural as well.

Jen:

No, you don't want sound effects the whole time.

Shelley:

No.

Shelley:

And you want it to look natural, right?

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Cause people are going to go, they don't, you don't want

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it to look like a commercial.

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You don't wanna look like, You're a paid actor to be there.

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You want to be passionate and focused on that one person who is watching your

Jen:

webinar.

Jen:

Yeah, absolutely.

Jen:

And that's what makes like an evergreen webinar presentation different from live.

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When you're live, you're interacting with other people, you.

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, doing shout outs, looking at people's comments, that kind of thing.

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

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, you can do a live webinar and turn that into an evergreen webinar.

Jen:

I think primarily what we're talking about here is you're pre-recording something.

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For the specific purpose of an evergreen webinar, I think

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that that hits people better.

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Frankly, , if you're gonna see an on demand evergreen webinar,

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you want to feel like you are in that presentation the first time.

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And I think that that's a really important part of it.

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Following all of Shelley's tips, really, it will make people feel

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special, and you don't have to have the sound effects that I just used

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That was a joke.

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I never get to use my buttons over here, so I just wanted to touch button.

Shelley:

you can play with your buttons whenever you

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want.

Jen:

Are we still talking about the same thing?

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Yes.

Jen:

So what, What should you include in your webinar?

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When we talked about it before the show, we found that we each had

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the same arc for what a webinar is.

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So what a webinar.

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Includes, mm-hmm.

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. And in fact, the kind of, I don't think we're gonna do a full demo,

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but a brief demo of what the webinar software tool that I use, it goes through

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some of those steps, and how you are triggering different things to happen.

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But when you think about what you really need to be talking about, we're

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really talking about a way to introduce yourself to people, because a lot of.

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People attending webinars, they may not know you.

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They may or may not, but you kind have to assume that they don't like that.

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They're coming to you and they don't know you, and then you

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wanna introduce the problem.

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You don't wanna spend too much time talking about yourself, . This

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is really about the problem that you are solving for them.

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For example, the webinar that I have uploaded into webinar kit that

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we're gonna talk about, it's really.

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How do you find it's, It was, this webinar actually so funny is the precursor to

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the course that I released on epiphany courses, which is how to find the right

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marketing tools for your small business.

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This was the first iteration of it and I had set all this up back in

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2021 , and I had the whole, it falls through this whole cycle of how it works.

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So I Did you do a brief intro of your.

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Introduce the problem, which is that there's 8,000 different marketing

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tools out there, and how do you even know how to pick the right

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thing without blowing your budget?

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All of that kind of thing.

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Ben, the next step after you introduce the problem, which is also your way of

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saying to people, I understand, I get you.

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I know that this is hard.

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I know that this isn't easy for everybody, and sometimes if you

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have it, you can share your hero's journey story, which is how you over.

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This problem in.

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In this case.

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The problem that I have, and I think I even admitted it in my webinar, is not

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that I get overwhelmed with software.

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It's that I love software so much that I wanna try it all.

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So I have a slightly different problem because I used to

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test software for a living.

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So I like testing software.

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Most people, the problem is slightly different in that there are so many

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options and they don't know how to choose it or what to choose.

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So if you had that same problem and you wanna share how you overcame it,

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Become the professional that you are.

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You can do that.

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The next step is showing people what it's like to solve it.

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You're giving people valuable tips.

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You're giving people exactly what they can do to save time and money and

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increase the value of their business.

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In the case of the webinar example that I have, it's like

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how do you save yourself time?

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It's a hassle to change different software all the time.

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It can be really expense.

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It stinks here's some tips.

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Here's how you select what it is that you wanna use.

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Here's exactly what you do.

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And here, and I had in my webinar a worksheet for them to get started and

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then an offer to work with me if that's what they wanted to do, to have a guide

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to help them through this process.

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Typically, you offer a discount with your product because you're gifting someone.

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Something for having made it all the way to the end of your webinar.

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Cuz not everybody stays for the whole thing.

Jen:

They, some people drop out.

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So you wanna tease the offer that you have at the beginning, that you're gonna

Jen:

offer something, give people a lot of value, and then your biggest fans are

Jen:

the people who stay until the end and they get to actually see the offer.

Shelley:

I like the worksheet idea.

Shelley:

It's it's something to help it be interactive so that

Shelley:

they're paying attention.

Shelley:

I've seen some worksheets where they'll just write The beginning of a sentence

Shelley:

that you say, and then you leave a blank line so that they finish with writing

Shelley:

the end of your sentence so that they're paying closer attention so that they're

Shelley:

getting to check things off as they hear them and write them down so that they do.

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They are more likely to stay to the end if they're one of those people

Shelley:

who likes, gets a thrill, a dopamine hit when they check something off the

Shelley:

list or then they fill in a blank and then they don't, I missed a blank.

Shelley:

Oh no.

Shelley:

So people like that are gonna stick with you.

Shelley:

If it's something that's interactive and they're gonna pay closer attention

Shelley:

and they're not gonna have 15 different tabs open and just be half listening

Shelley:

while they're working on something else, which is what I do sometimes.

Shelley:

And then I'm just like, Just turn that

Jen:

off.

Jen:

. Yeah.

Jen:

Exactly.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

Is there anything else that you would add to the, I guess the

Jen:

structure of what a webinar is?

Jen:

You can almost fill in the blanks here,

Shelley:

yeah I say, You're not waiting for anybody to show up,

Shelley:

they're there waiting for you.

Shelley:

So try to jump into the the most interesting stuff right away.

Shelley:

Even if it's like a preview today, I'm gonna be teaching you blah, blah, blah.

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And but first, let's start with who I am, so that they at least know, Okay

Shelley:

we're gonna keep popping, we're gonna.

Shelley:

And, and I'm going, She's gonna teach me these three things.

Shelley:

And then you teach those three things and then you wrap up with, I taught

Shelley:

you these three things so that they remember, Oh yeah, she gave me value.

Shelley:

She did

Jen:

exactly what she said.

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

Jen:

. Yeah.

Jen:

And and I always start on time, Oh yeah, if I'm doing a

Jen:

live webinar, I start on time.

Jen:

People come late.

Jen:

That's that.

Jen:

You, you want to reward the people who are on.

Jen:

Yeah, always and really value people's time and end on time.

Shelley:

And I hate those and I know they do it, but they're

Shelley:

like, Tell me where you're from.

Shelley:

And it's Oh, so and so, and I'm from such and such.

Shelley:

And then they read your name and then they read where you're

Shelley:

from and it brings that bonding

Jen:

in.

Jen:

But it does.

Jen:

But they're also stalling so that they can get everybody there at the same time.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

But there's a couple different ways recorded.

Jen:

One

Shelley:

Yeah.

Shelley:

To sit through that

Jen:

you don't wanna sit through all that.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

Is That's pretty much how, how.

Jen:

Put yours together as well.

Jen:

That's a, that's your typical arc when you wrote it down.

Jen:

It's what you

Shelley:

start off with.

Shelley:

Where are you at right now, Your frustrations.

Shelley:

I know who you are, you because I've been there.

Shelley:

And then where you want to be.

Shelley:

What are your goals and what are the feelings that you're after?

Shelley:

So when you get to this goal, when you have this thing that you, this

Shelley:

transformation, It's what it is.

Shelley:

It's what you want.

Shelley:

You want the transformation.

Shelley:

You want change, you want life to be better When you get

Shelley:

there, how are you gonna feel?

Shelley:

Because the feeling is the important part.

Shelley:

People buy things based on emotionally, feelings, emotions.

Shelley:

Exactly, exactly.

Shelley:

And then they justify it later with logic.

Shelley:

But first it's

Jen:

feelings.

Jen:

First it's feelings, baby.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

Always about feelings.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

So how do you do this?

Jen:

This all sounds very complicated, I'm sure like, oh my God, I

Jen:

have to have special software.

Jen:

How do I do an automated evergreen funnel webinar funnel?

Jen:

We're gonna go through like a walkthrough on this, but I wanna say that in

Jen:

terms of webinar basics, Shelley went through some of them already,

Jen:

like you can record this on Streamy.

Jen:

You can upload it as a private YouTube video.

Jen:

I've seen this happens a lot.

Jen:

And then you just have an opt-in on your website for, give me

Jen:

your name and email address.

Jen:

You'll get access to our Evergreen webinar and the link sends them out to the private

Jen:

YouTube video and they can watch it.

Jen:

And that is your free chief and easy way of doing it.

Jen:

Like you can do it without a heavy lift.

Jen:

This doesn't have to.

Jen:

Something where you're paying a lot for software.

Jen:

What we're gonna run through is something called Webinar kit.

Jen:

It is a one time buy that I did a couple years ago.

Jen:

And then there are other things like webinar, fuel, Ever webinar.

Jen:

Those are very expensive programs.

Jen:

We will talk about why something like webinar kit may

Jen:

be interesting or intriguing.

Jen:

And part of it goes into kind of the funnel.

Jen:

So we're gonna hit pause on.

Jen:

Using, talking in depth about some of the fancier webinar software out there.

Jen:

But we're gonna say you don't have to have it, and we're gonna put a pin

Jen:

and all that and talk a little bit about funnels for just a brief minute.

Jen:

Before we go into kind what a, what an what setting up an evergreen

Jen:

webinar funnel could look like.

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

Jen:

, because honestly, if you have an email marketing plus a private YouTube,

Jen:

You're probably not doing a full funnel, you're probably doing parts

Jen:

of it, or it's a different funnel where it's not all in one place,

Jen:

then you might have, I would suggest having follow up emails after they've

Jen:

hopefully watched your YouTube video.

Jen:

It's just not as tight as if you use some of the software for it.

Jen:

And part of that is because of that excitement and you can be building.

Jen:

The excitement with your Evergreen webinar funnel software that is

Jen:

really taking people through the different steps of the funnel.

Jen:

So the purpose of the funnel, basically all that a funnel is the sales process.

Jen:

That's it.

Jen:

Yep.

Jen:

When we talk about funnels that are online, it's your online sales process,

Jen:

. So you can have a funnel that's entirely email marketing and you can.

Jen:

Like I said, a hybrid.

Jen:

That's a little of this and a little of that.

Jen:

But the components of the funnel, especially when we're talking about it

Jen:

here, are really about how you're drawing out that emotion so that people understand

Jen:

the transformation they're gonna get, so they're more likely to convert.

Shelley:

Yep.

Shelley:

And I think the funnel is okay exciting language in a sales page or in a social

Shelley:

media post to get you to the funnel.

Shelley:

Or maybe you talk about it in our podcast, something that's marketing,

Shelley:

to get you awareness that this exists, that this is your free gift to people.

Shelley:

Then they go visit.

Shelley:

Landing page and they opt in and then they go watch the webinar and then

Shelley:

they have another step after that.

Shelley:

And they start getting that nurturing email series at that

Jen:

point, right?

Jen:

Absolutely.

Jen:

Funnels are, can be very complicated.

Jen:

They can be very simple.

Jen:

You fundamentally, it's email marketing and a landing page.

Jen:

You don't have to have ClickFunnels.

Jen:

Shocking That I would say that you do not saw that in there.

Jen:

Like you don't keep simple, especially in the beginning.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

Keep it simple in the beginning, maybe like your people really

Jen:

aren't into to webinars.

Jen:

I think one of the reasons I gave up on it was I wasn't really convinced

Jen:

that my people were interested in, in me presenting my how, my thing in that.

Jen:

I'm open to doing it again.

Jen:

It's, it is what it is.

Jen:

, everybody's different.

Jen:

Not everybody is into webinars and sales funnels.

Jen:

But there is something really nice about having something out there that I,

Jen:

because I like video and because I like teaching I've considered doing a evergreen

Jen:

webinar funnel to get people interested.

Jen:

My online courses, because guess what?

Jen:

An online, I could use an evergreen webinar funnel to

Jen:

say, Hey, this is how I teach.

Jen:

I like teaching.

Jen:

Here's your taste.

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

Jen:

, get a taste of what it's like to learn from me.

Jen:

I want your email address . And then at the end maybe there's like a

Jen:

special offer to join the community.

Jen:

Something like that.

Jen:

That's something that's relatively simple.

Jen:

That's a funnel.

Jen:

And I think that the problem with ClickFunnels and things like that

Jen:

is they make it way too complicated.

Jen:

More complicated than it needs to be.

Jen:

Yeah.

Jen:

It can be something very simple.

Jen:

So do you wanna talk about how to set up a evergreen webinar funnel?

Jen:

A do a quick demo?

Jen:

Yeah, let's do

Shelley:

that.

Shelley:

Okay.

Jen:

I don't know why I thought we were gonna have like music or something.

Jen:

. We don't have any demo music.

Shelley:

Oh,

Jen:

sad.

Jen:

Let's just

Shelley:

do applause.

Jen:

Oh my God.

Jen:

So today we're gonna talk the software.

Jen:

I wasn't scared.

Jen:

You didn't warn me, . I know.

Jen:

I was just sprung it on you.

Jen:

I was like, Oh So this is the software that I have.

Jen:

This is by no means like what you have to use.

Jen:

But I do like it because like I said, I bought it over almost two years ago.

Jen:

It was a one time cost.

Jen:

So the fact that I didn't use it, it's not like I've been.

Jen:

Hundreds of dollars every month for something that I'm not using.

Jen:

It's called Webinar kit.

Jen:

And it's just the whole point of this is to create a webinar funnel.

Jen:

That's really the only thing that it does to have webinars that are

Jen:

running 24 hours that you create a little opt in on your website.

Jen:

And that's at webinar kit dot.

Jen:

And so here is, this is the old webinar . I'm not even sure that I would

Jen:

call this webinar what it's called.

Jen:

But basically this is the nuts and bolts of how this looks When you go

Jen:

to set it up, you just put in your webinar details, like what's the name

Jen:

of it, what's the title, how long is it?

Jen:

Do you want it to be active or inactive?

Jen:

This was actually inactive as of yesterday, and I activated it for.

Jen:

You can have an attendance sign in required.

Jen:

So that means that not everybody can just hop into the webinar if

Jen:

they haven't already registered, protects you from having just

Jen:

anybody get the link and come in.

Jen:

You can add webinar presenters.

Jen:

What this is a place to put like my picture a little bit about myself.

Jen:

If I wanted to, I could put my email in, I could put a picture of myself in.

Jen:

I can also have multiple presenters.

Jen:

I can add anybody.

Jen:

And then this is really cool.

Jen:

This is like you set up a webinar schedule, which means you can have

Jen:

it go a couple of different ways.

Jen:

You can either do an A, watching it instantly, or just in time session.

Jen:

So what that means is you can toggle it on.

Jen:

Somebody says, I wanna watch your webinar.

Jen:

You see it right?

Jen:

Or you can make it look like you're presenting it in an hour and next

Jen:

Wednesday and time after that.

Jen:

And you can set up different times, different time zones for that.

Jen:

And so you have all these different options when you go in and you

Jen:

decide that you wanna have a webinar.

Jen:

Now in this particular software, you either need to upload the video or you

Jen:

have to give them a link to the actual MP four, and that's what triggers it.

Jen:

Being able to play without having to hit play without, I think that when

Jen:

I had this, when I had done this before, I couldn't get it to work and

Jen:

it was because I had a Vimeo link in.

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

Jen:

, that won't work.

Jen:

It has to be to the actual mp.

Jen:

So in this case I uploaded it cause it was just easier.

Jen:

And then one of the cool, there is a couple cool things about using actual

Jen:

evergreen webinar funnel software is that you have a custom registration

Jen:

page with a countdown timer, all that kind of thing so that you can really

Jen:

set it up with here's what it is, here's what you're gonna get out of it.

Jen:

Register now.

Jen:

And if you wanted to put a timer in for like how long before it would happen.

Jen:

You could totally do that.

Jen:

You can also create a thank you page where you thank people and there's a

Jen:

countdown to when your webinar will occur.

Jen:

This is all automated.

Jen:

You just kinda do it one time and then it'll just keep going and

Jen:

doing it, and then at the end, whoa.

Jen:

Hey, hey there, Jen , . This is, you can also set and it started playing.

Jen:

You can also set, and you've gotten to the.

Jen:

Of the webinar and it'll automatically set it to replay, so then if somebody

Jen:

missed something, they can do it again.

Jen:

It's also where you can also do a last opt-in for your handout.

Jen:

You could also have a button that says Schedule a session.

Jen:

Now.

Jen:

It's very custom.

Jen:

And then it shows when the replay is gonna expire.

Jen:

So if people sign up, then they have access to the webinar for a week,

Jen:

and then that whole link will expire.

Jen:

This stuff is really nice to have because you can really reinforce like how

Jen:

important the information is that you're sharing and how you can help people.

Jen:

So then in, you can also set it up to, in this software and in other

Jen:

webinar funnel software, you can also set it up to ask questions.

Jen:

Automated.

Jen:

It's like a chat bot that's like, how do you feel about this?

Jen:

These are different ways that you.

Jen:

Automate when you start setting up offers and giving offers to people.

Jen:

So you're getting people excited and in the chat you can toggle in questions

Jen:

and then capture the answers, and it tells you a little bit more about your

Jen:

people and how they feel about the different elements of the webinar.

Jen:

You can also set it up to have poles.

Jen:

Automate when handouts are available for people, so that as they're

Jen:

watching , then they know when they can get, they can download the web,

Jen:

download the handout on demand in the middle of it simulate, chatting asking

Jen:

questions, all different kinds of things.

Jen:

These are all the nice to haves that you don't get if.

Jen:

Send people to a private YouTube video, but they're also very

Jen:

advanced and they take some time to set up that curated experience

Jen:

of a chat bot of that interaction.

Jen:

What are the questions I would wanna ask somebody, at minute five or at

Jen:

minute 10, and how could I really generate excitement around that?

Jen:

Is that really working or not?

Jen:

You'd have to work with this for a while and test it.

Jen:

This isn't really set and forget, this is, you set it up and then you're

Jen:

like, Yeah, that's not really working.

Jen:

Or this really is, and then.

Jen:

iterate on it.

Jen:

And that's one of the reasons why , it's advanced.

Jen:

It's not necessarily for beginners.

Jen:

Then you can also set up like all of your email notifications.

Jen:

This is very similar to other webinar software where you're setting

Jen:

up all of the reminder emails.

Jen:

You can even set up emails for, people who didn't attend or who

Jen:

only watched a certain percentage of it, and what actions would happen.

Jen:

These.

Jen:

Really nice tools.

Jen:

They're very helpful when you're setting up, your webinar series

Jen:

and your webinar sequence.

Jen:

They can be very complicated funnels but they can also generate a lot of really

Jen:

great results if you know what you're doing and if you spend some time kind

Jen:

of practicing it, I would not suggest just going out and buying, Evergreen

Jen:

Webinar funnel software without having.

Jen:

A lot of webinars ahead of time.

Jen:

Remember I was doing webinars, I was doing frequent webinars.

Jen:

I didn't share this part before, but you know my, Hold on, let

Jen:

me get out of sharing my screen.

Jen:

Then my dad died.

Jen:

and all best were off and I of stopped doing everything.

Jen:

So I told Shelley yesterday that I could tell by looking.

Jen:

What I was wearing in that video, what my hair looked like, . I was

Jen:

like, I know exactly when that was.

Jen:

I know exactly why I stopped doing it, and it was because I was in the midst of

Jen:

a lot of grief at that time, and that's why now after two years of grief, , I'm in

Jen:

a different place and I'm like, Oh yeah, I could probably go back to doing that.

Jen:

So understand that these things take a lot of time.

Jen:

Life can happen in the middle of it, and you maybe.

Jen:

Finish it, and that's okay too.

Jen:

, you always can get back to it.

Jen:

That's why if I were to do it all over again, I probably would've

Jen:

had email marketing in a private YouTube video, . Cause I probably

Jen:

could have had that set up.

Jen:

I could have done that in a day and kept it going.

Jen:

And even in the midst of all of the life stuff could have had that going.

Shelley:

Because it's simple, cause it's easy, working with the webinar,

Shelley:

like Jen said, there's a lot of experimentation, trying things out,

Shelley:

seeing what works and what doesn't and adjusting it to your needs.

Shelley:

So that is great.

Shelley:

It's is great demonstration.

Shelley:

So what are the steps that people should take at this point?

Jen:

So I think that if you are interested in an Evergreen webinar, the first

Jen:

question is, have you had a webinar?

Jen:

. And so the next steps would be if you haven't had webinars,

Jen:

just start scheduling events.

Jen:

Schedule 'em in event Bright, it's free.

Jen:

You can set up a meetup group if you want.

Jen:

You can do webinars on LinkedIn if you.

Jen:

There are all these different ways that you can be sharing your

Jen:

information and generating sales.

Jen:

Get practiced at that like practice, like having webinars get practiced

Jen:

at the whole presentation of it.

Jen:

If you're not in front of the camera all the time, like Shelley

Jen:

and I are get used to the camera.

Jen:

Get used to like talking to people and doing that.

Jen:

That is your first step.

Jen:

Then if you wanna start thinking about Evergreen marketing, Evergreen webinar.

Jen:

The first step is really to just in, integrate it into your email marketing.

Jen:

And if you have Vimeo, if you have, you private YouTube, you can do that.

Jen:

I have all different kinds of software that I can upload a video

Jen:

and people can watch it later.

Jen:

There's so many ways of doing that and, just track your results,

Jen:

see how it goes, see if people are watching it, see if you're.

Jen:

Subscribers by doing that.

Jen:

If you're putting on webinars and people are showing up, that's a good

Jen:

indication , that that what you're sharing is lively and interesting

Jen:

and people love hearing from you.

Jen:

And so then, going down the road of an Evergreen webinar might be for

Jen:

you and then you just keep tracking it and tweaking it and changing it.

Jen:

But Shelley's absolutely right, it takes some.

Jen:

This is not something that you can just, I'm doing this now , have it just work.

Jen:

Right?

Jen:

You have to be willing to test it out.

Shelley:

And a lot of people will use a webinar on their website

Shelley:

that they direct people to.

Shelley:

If they're on a podcast or a guesting or if they're speaking somewhere

Shelley:

or something, they'll just direct everybody to go watch my webinar.

Shelley:

You'll get more information and and then that's their funnel.

Shelley:

That's pretty much their entire funnel is telling people that it exists, getting

Shelley:

people to go there and listen to it, and then it takes them on to next steps.

Jen:

It's just like any marketing it's both an art and a science

Jen:

and you let people into it.

Jen:

You see how it goes, you iterate on it, you make it better,

Jen:

and you keep moving forward.

Jen:

That's

Shelley:

right.

Shelley:

It's marketing.

Shelley:

Marketing's experimenting, . That's right.

Shelley:

So, so yes.

Shelley:

If on

Jen:

music, Oh, are we doing more?

Jen:

Ooh, I like this . If you are interested.

Jen:

Yes.

Jen:

If you are interested in this lesson and other lessons like it, I highly

Jen:

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That's right.

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The course.

Shelley:

Yeah, absolutely.

Shelley:

Now, if you wanna know more about marketing and you wanna assess your

Shelley:

own marketing, see where you're at in this whole experimental thing we call

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marketing make sure that you go to Jen's w the free marketing self-assessment.

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All you gotta do is go to send fox.com/wcb.

Shelley:

That's right.

Jen:

We're so good at this.

Jen:

We're so good at this.

Jen:

It's almost like we've been doing it for about a year together.

Jen:

It's.

Shelley:

Isn't that exciting, ? It's very

Jen:

exciting.

Jen:

Can't believe it.

Jen:

Celebration.

Jen:

Yeah, we'll have to talk about that too.

Jen:

We have so much to do, Shelley.

Jen:

So much work

Shelley:

tweaks other week.

Jen:

All right, so I wanted to share.

Jen:

I have been searching.

Jen:

Oh, so long have I been searching for a zapper alternative.

Jen:

I have tried so many on AppSu.

Jen:

I did not like any of them.

Jen:

I won't even name them.

Jen:

They're all returned at this point.

Jen:

and everybody had been talking about Pley, Pley this, Pley that.

Jen:

I don't know why.

Jen:

There were just some things that I found to be a turnoff , so

Jen:

I wasn't really interested in it, like the name part of it.

Jen:

I just, I just wasn't sure.

Jen:

And I think actually the turnoff was this, it's a suite of

Jen:

products, so there's probably.

Jen:

Which is what we're gonna talk about.

Jen:

That's the one that is like a Zapier alternative, but there's

Jen:

also like subscription billing.

Jen:

Why do you need that?

Jen:

If you have Stripe, you don't ley email marketing.

Jen:

Why would you need that?

Jen:

If you have MailChimp active campaign, you don't , at Ley Form Builder.

Jen:

Why would you need that?

Jen:

If you have Google forms or type, form or paper form, you don't

Jen:

need that email verification.

Jen:

You might need that, but there's a lot of cheaper ways of doing it.

Jen:

So the whole suite was really, I think what had turned me off.

Jen:

Because if you go down and you look at the whole suite, it's pretty

Jen:

expensive to get like the ultimate suite, it's like $200 a month.

Jen:

I'm like, Whoa, yeah, no, it's not gonna work for me.

Jen:

I ignored it for a long time, but it just kept showing up in my feet as an altern.

Jen:

Zappier.

Jen:

That's really the thing I think that most people are talking about.

Jen:

And that product is called Pley Connect.

Jen:

Pley Connect, and that is the one that I have.

Jen:

I actually ended up getting this.

Jen:

I can show you.

Jen:

And they have a lifetime offer, which is actually fairly attractive

Jen:

if you're like me and paying ongoing services for Zapier, which I am.

Jen:

The whole reason I was looking for an alternative to Zapier is when I

Jen:

put a course up on App Sumo , I built this whole complicated Zapier flow,

Jen:

and Zapier let me build the whole thing, and then I go to turn it on and

Jen:

they're like, Oh, you have to upgrade.

Jen:

And the upgrade meant that I was paying like $73.

Jen:

and I was really turned off by that because I was an early adopter of

Jen:

Zappier and I only pay 20 bucks a month . So I was and at the

Jen:

time, App Summa was an experiment.

Jen:

I didn't know if I would make the money, so I was really

Jen:

turned off by the whole thing.

Jen:

So I ended up using Teachable, which is not my favorite platform,

Jen:

but they do bulk coupons.

Jen:

It was easy to integrate with app.

Jen:

Fast forward a year.

Jen:

Now I'm ready to get off of Teachable cause we're not using it for anything

Jen:

except for this app, Sumo course.

Jen:

And I don't wanna be charged another thousand dollars for a platform that

Jen:

I'm not using , cuz I did all in thinking we were gonna put a whole school up

Jen:

there and we decided against that.

Jen:

So I started researching Pad Connect and I was able to build the entire

Jen:

flow for App Sumo in here, which is actually a pretty complicated.

Jen:

Flow if you don't have the right software to go with App Sumo, meaning bulk

Jen:

coupons, you have to be able to generate 5,000 coupon codes to send to App Sumo.

Jen:

And then you have to be able to process them quickly.

Jen:

So if people try and scam you and put the wrong code in, you can reject them

Jen:

and then the right code means that they'll get access to the product.

Jen:

This is something that most course platforms, which is what

Jen:

we're developing, don't have . We couldn't use it with Member Vault.

Jen:

We can't use it with Ghost.

Jen:

We need to have this complicated flow.

Jen:

You couldn't do it with podium.

Jen:

Most platforms you can't do it.

Jen:

You could do it with Teachable, you can do it with Thinkific.

Jen:

They're both fine platforms, but for other reasons, we didn't want to go with it.

Jen:

So I've been using Zach, I've been using Ley.

Jen:

To do this complicated thing, which is like if there's a new

Jen:

row in this spreadsheet, do this , Check for this, check for that.

Jen:

Also, that I can ultimately get somebody into Member Vault if they

Jen:

do the podcast planning checklist.

Jen:

So Pley Connect did that and it worked really well.

Jen:

, I have no complaints about that.

Jen:

So then I was like, Okay, I can buy this.

Jen:

Pley is very similar to Zapier.

Jen:

It's how you take two apps that don't talk to each other and make

Jen:

it so they talk to each other.

Jen:

It is a little more technical in some ways than Zapier.

Jen:

Some of it can be very simple, but if you wanna do some kind of tricky

Jen:

things, You can do it with Ley, but you do have to have a little

Jen:

bit more technical knowledge.

Jen:

And at times it's more technical knowledge than I have , so I get a little nervous.

Jen:

That's because, yeah, so it's not necessarily always

Jen:

for the novice person, but.

Jen:

It will do some things and because they have a lifetime payment, you could

Jen:

probably find somebody to help you with some of these things to build out some

Jen:

automations for you, and then ultimately save money cuz you're not having to pay.

Jen:

Every week or every week, every month for Zappier or annually.

Jen:

So that's a really good deal.

Jen:

So the steps, if you wanna look at whether or not you want probably connect, you

Jen:

wanna make sure that all the apps that you use are available on there and that

Jen:

you're able to make those connections.

Jen:

The good thing about it when I was testing it out and checking it out,

Jen:

was that I was able to build my entire.

Jen:

Redemption flow and test it and make sure that it works, which was not

Jen:

something I was even able to do in Zapier.

Jen:

I could test it, make sure it worked, and then decide to buy.

Jen:

So they gave me the opportunity to really like, check out the product, do things,

Jen:

make sure that I could figure it out, which with the other automation flow

Jen:

things that I was trying to do from App Sumo, I couldn't even figure 'em out.

Jen:

you know, I was trying these other tools and I'm like, I don't know

Jen:

what you're even talking about.

Jen:

So if you use Zapp, Leys very similar, and you can do some really advanced

Jen:

things with it if you would like.

Jen:

All that said, you can go, let's see what the pricing is.

Jen:

You can go all in on their lifetime for Ley Connect if

Jen:

you're looking for an alternative.

Jen:

And it goes from , you can do, they have a monthly, oh they have a

Jen:

monthly that starts at $0 and then goes up to, what was that, like $50?

Jen:

Mm-hmm.

Jen:

. And then you can do Lifetime, It starts at $250.

Jen:

And I think the top is like $700.

Jen:

Which if you're like a massive zappier user is actually quite a steal, , cause

Jen:

their Zapier can be very expensive.

Jen:

So that is Pley.

Jen:

If you've heard about Pley out on the web like I have you

Jen:

might wanna give it a shot.

Jen:

Take a look.

Jen:

There you

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go.

Shelley:

All right, let's do some inspirational moments here.

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This is a little poem by Aaron Hanson.

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And for those of you who are.

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This was an advanced show today.

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We get in, we got into some technology and some some bigger, flows and some bigger

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funnels, some tech that maybe was a little bit scary for you and you're like, I can't

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do all that, that, that's not for me.

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So this poem is for you.

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If that's how you are feeling, there is freedom waiting for you

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on the breezes of the sky and you.

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. What if I fall, Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?

Shelley:

Indeed.

Jen:

Oh, that's

Shelley:

beautiful.

Shelley:

Yeah.

Shelley:

Give things a try.

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You may fly

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, Jen: right?

Shelley:

Thank you.

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I needed that because at the end I was like, Wow, this has been very technical.

Shelley:

I felt it too.

Shelley:

Yeah it's a more

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advanced marketing techniques, but you can get there if you're,

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if you've started with the simple and you conquer those things.

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as one does as we do.

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, you're ready for the next step.

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Don't get too comfortable with, Oh, I got this down.

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This is easy now, and I'll just stay here.

Shelley:

Thank you.

Shelley:

No, what's the next step?

Shelley:

What else can we do?

Jen:

Keep trying.

Jen:

Keep scratching, keep rolling.

Jen:

Thank you.

Jen:

All

Shelley:

right.

Shelley:

So thank you all for being here with us, for checking out our show.

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We appreciate you and not every one of these shows is this technical, so

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make sure you tune in again next week.

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