STRUGGLING TO GROW YOUR EMAIL LIST?
Raise your hand if this sounds familiar:
“I know a lot about my subject. But I don’t know what to offer as my opt-in.”
Like Cinderella’s ugly stepsisters, this problem also has a few siblings...
Ugly Sister #1:
“I can’t decide which lead magnet I should use for my [product]. My niche is xyz. Should I do a webinar or create a checklist instead?"
Ugly Sister #2:
“It turned into this MAMMOTH project. Like, huge. Initially I thought it might be an opt-in, but now it's grown to way way way beyond an opt-in. A large eBook, maybe. Or 5+ hours of webinars with worksheets and how-to's.”
Ugly Sister #3:
“How do I offer HUGE value in an opt-in offer without giving away the farm? What is the best amount of content to add value, but also leave them wanting more? Or do you just give it all away and trust they’ll come back to buy somehow?"
Then there is of course the problem's... well...
“I’m great at seeing what other people 'should do'. I can easily see a pain point they would be excellent at solving, what lead magnet they should use, what niche they should be in… but I can't do the bloody same thing for myself!?"
Alas, I’m not your fairy godmother. I can’t turn your pumpkin into a carriage or marry you off to Prince (or Princess) Charming.
But I CAN make your opt-in obstacles go away...
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Alp is the founder of Trial & Eureka, where he helps online businesses in the growth stage line up buyers for their product.
As a lawyer-turned-marketing strategist*, he tried to start a blog but accidentally built a marketing agency. (*That sounds like “Sauron turned Sith”, but it’s all innocuous really.) Obviously, after leaving the Dark Side he had to put those professional stalker skills to good use, so he now advises entrepreneurs on how to find their target customers online.
With an unquenchable curiosity and a passion for the weirdest hobbies ever, he spends his weekends in workshops all around the world. (Some men buy watches. Cool men buy motorcycles. He buys courses. Everyone needs a vice.)