So facebook/insta/whatsapp crashed?
I know it was only 6 hours.
And honestly, I quite enjoyed it! 😁
How about you? Did you???
It was nice and quiet…
But, I know a lot of people run their business on social media and don’t move their clients off socials and into their “domain”. (by domain I mean your email list, or website, or into your funnel!)
what would happen in your business if it went down for a week???
imagine if your business relied on one the platforms that I mentioned earlier went down for a week, or a month???
Would you have business at the end of it?
If the answer was:
NO or I DON’T KNOW
then we gotta talk.
I know I drone on, but hey this platform has gone down 3 times in the last 2 years that I can remember off the top of my head. So it’s totally possible that something could happen and one or all of these great business growers could disappear.
And today I just want to ask you to do one thing…
obviously don't abandon socials
we need socials.
socials are important for our growth.
when you’re talking to your perfect future customer, make sure you’re getting them into your funnel.
It’s so important to connect with them, but as soon as you can, try and get them into your FUNNEL!
This will do two things for you:
- it will show them how amazing you are at what you do, how you can help them
- it will capture their email address (very important for remarketing)
- it could get you a sale with your funnel
Your email list is one of the most profitable parts of your digital marketing strategy. And more importantly, YOU OWN YOUR LIST. You don’t own Facebook or Instagram. You don’t even own anything you out on there once it’s posted.
So stay online, stay on socials, but get the people you talk to on your bladdy email list!!
for every £1 spent on email lists, there's up to a £42 roi
no brainer, right?
do you have an email list?
If you answered no to that question, then book in a call below. let’s get that fixed. I can set up a free call with you to set up your emails and how to get people on your list.
You’ll walk away with a 3 step plan. Keeping things simple to get you started on getting your email list off the ground.