Unlock the Hidden Potential of your Cost per lead

Unlock the Hidden Potential of your Cost per lead

Unlock the Hidden Potential of your Cost per lead

Unlock the Hidden Potential of your Cost per lead

Cost Per Lead is an essential metric if you are selling digital products.

But most advertisers have no idea how much data is hidden in your CPL.

Unlocking this CPL optimization hack is your key to more profitable ads.

Let’s dive in….. 👇

CPL isn’t just about how much you pay for a lead – it’s a powerful diagnostic tool! Analyzing your CPL helps identify high-performing ads and untapped markets that could be your next goldmine! Here are 3 uncommon ways to crank up your CPL optimization.

CPL Magic Quadrant: Plot your ads on a 2×2 matrix (CPL vs volume). Quadrants reveal insights:

Q1: High CPL & High Volume ➡️ Optimize efficiency

Q2: Low CPL & High Volume ➡️ Top-performers!

Q3: High CPL & Low Volume ➡️ Revamp or pause

Q4: Low CPL & Low Volume ➡️ Scale for ROI

The CPL Ceiling: Ever wondered how much you should pay for a lead? Identify your CPL ceiling – the max CPL you can afford while maintaining profitability. Monitor your ads and tweak them to stay below the ceiling, ensuring your campaigns remain profitable!

Geographical CPL: Breaking down CPL by region can be a game-changer! Identify locations with low CPL but high lead quality. Optimize your ads to target these areas, making your ad spend more efficient and expanding your brand’s reach!

RECAP: CPL can be your secret weapon! Unlock its potential by using the CPL Magic Quadrant, identifying your CPL Ceiling, and leveraging Geographical CPL. Apply these unconventional tips, and watch your Facebook Ads generate more leads than ever before! 

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Demystifying a $1 Trial Mastermind Landing Page

Demystifying a $1 Trial Mastermind Landing Page

  • Here is the above-the-fold section of Dean’s Mastermind $1 sales page. Make sure you download the swipe file and study the full page. Clean, simple, and filled with emotional and logical triggers.

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3 Elements To Inspire Your Ad Campaigns:

 

  • For simplicity to work, your messaging has to be on point. In the words of Mark Twain – “I apologize for such a long letter – I didn’t have time to write a short one.” The headline simply lays out the primary promise – “Everything You Need to Finally Sell What You Know”. It helps that the Mastermind founders are two of the best know people in the online business and personal development space. Of course, you are going to trust that they know what you need and that they have the plan to help you achieve that. We meer mortals may need to try a little harder!

 

  • Talk about a knockout offer. You will give me access to “Everything I Need to Finally Sell What You Know”, worth over $4,022 per year, for 14 days for only $1, and that $1 will be donated to charity. How easy is that to say yes to?

 

  • “The path to success is to take massive, determined action.” Ok Tony. I better sign up now. Sarcasm aside, how can your messaging set your audience up for action. We can’t all be the world’s number 1 personal development guru. Still, we can use positive and negative positioning and quotes to orientate people toward action.

Swipe:

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Launch Newsletter Issue #00045

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L – Latest News

Instagram is keeping up with TikTok’s functionalities

With new discovery elements, merging of creative tools into the video composer screen, and insights into total and average watch time for Reels.

>>> Read more

Facebook’s new AI-generated Stories feature is here

And it’s using image recognition AI to create new stories from your shared content. Let’s see if this AI-generated Stories feature will be a hit or a flop, but it’s worth an experiment, right?

>>> Read more

Twitter’s Blue subscribers can now post 10,000-character-long tweets

This push for long-form writing comes as Elon Musk introduces creator monetization tools, allowing users to apply for monetization and offer subscriptions, with Twitter giving all money to creators for the next 12 months.

>>> Read more

A – A.I. For Growth

Tired of spending hours scribbling notes after sales calls?

Say hello to Havana, the AI-powered app that generates call summaries and post-call emails faster than you can say “cha cha cha.” Sign up now and get ready to salsa your way to success!

>>> Read more

Turn text into a cool video with this easy tool that even your grandma could use

Perfect for marketers, content creators, and anyone who wants to spice up their written content. See the magic happen for yourself!

>>> Read more

Add this extension to Chrome and start running efficient meetings like a pro

Collaborate on agendas, get automatic meeting summaries, and share next steps all in one place. Plus, you can finally ditch that pesky notetaking and let Loopin do the heavy lifting for you.

>>> Read more

U – Uplevel Ads 

Dean Graziozi is a multiple New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, and investor, best buddy of Tony Robbins, and one hell of a marketer.

Dean and Tony pulled off the biggest digital product launch in history in 2020 at the height of the pandemic with The Knowledge Business Blueprint.

This paved the way for Dean and Tony to launch Mastermind. Mastermind is an “all-in-one” online business-building platform and online business growth coaching product.

Let’s step inside Dean’s funnel for Mastermind, starting with his Facebook Ad:

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 3 Elements To Inspire Your Ad Campaigns:

  • I like this opening – “Who else is looking for answers? Answers to the really hard questions, like -” Sure, it is vague, but it is curiosity building. Aren’t we all looking for answers? We want the opening lines of our ad to reel in our perfect-fit client. One powerful way to do this is to get them to answer a question and trigger a conversation in their head. Even getting your Perfect-Fit Client to say yes (or sometimes no) can lure them onto the edge of our slippery copy slope.
  • Dean then brings them deep into what those “hard questions” are. Notice how nothing in the ad so far talks about building a course or selling a digital product. Dean goes right to the core desires and pain points. The questions that keep his Perfect-Fit Client awake at night – Protecting loved ones – Become the person we know we wanna be – To thrive instead of survive. He’s connecting with the ultimate outcome first. If you can show people you can read their minds, they will believe your solution will get them what they want.
  • Your #1 mechanism for selling a SAAS Product is the free trial. Get people using your platform, and get them to invest time, effort, and energy in setting up and rolling out your solution. By the time it comes to the end of their free trial your goal is for their “sunk cost” effort to outweigh the monthly fee. Dean adds a brilliant twist. He charges $1. Dean is a direct-response marketer. He knows that people who go to the effort of pulling out their credit card will be more likely to follow through and take action. He also knows that it will trigger the principle of consistency, which means people who pay $1 will feel internal pressure to validate their initial commitment by signing up for membership. The icing on top. The $1 goes to charity. Who isn’t going to feel even better about themselves and the business they are dealing with when they are supporting a worthy cause through their actions.

Swipe:

N – Now Launching

Here is the above-the-fold section of Dean’s Mastermind $1 sales page. Make sure you download the swipe file and study the full page. Clean, simple, and filled with emotional and logical triggers.

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3 Elements To Inspire Your Ad Campaigns:

 

  • For simplicity to work, your messaging has to be on point. In the words of Mark Twain – “I apologize for such a long letter – I didn’t have time to write a short one.” The headline simply lays out the primary promise – “Everything You Need to Finally Sell What You Know”. It helps that the Mastermind founders are two of the best know people in the online business and personal development space. Of course, you are going to trust that they know what you need and that they have the plan to help you achieve that. We meer mortals may need to try a little harder!

 

  • Talk about a knockout offer. You will give me access to “Everything I Need to Finally Sell What You Know”, worth over $4,022 per year, for 14 days for only $1, and that $1 will be donated to charity. How easy is that to say yes to?

 

  • “The path to success is to take massive, determined action.” Ok Tony. I better sign up now. Sarcasm aside, how can your messaging set your audience up for action. We can’t all be the world’s number 1 personal development guru. Still, we can use positive and negative positioning and quotes to orientate people toward action.

Swipe:

C – Conversion Psychology 

Cost Per Lead is an essential metric if you are selling digital products.

But most advertisers have no idea how much data is hidden in your CPL.

Unlocking this CPL optimization hack is your key to more profitable ads.

Let’s dive in….. 👇

CPL isn’t just about how much you pay for a lead – it’s a powerful diagnostic tool! Analyzing your CPL helps identify high-performing ads and untapped markets that could be your next goldmine! Here are 3 uncommon ways to crank up your CPL optimization.

CPL Magic Quadrant: Plot your ads on a 2×2 matrix (CPL vs volume). Quadrants reveal insights:

Q1: High CPL & High Volume ➡️ Optimize efficiency

Q2: Low CPL & High Volume ➡️ Top-performers!

Q3: High CPL & Low Volume ➡️ Revamp or pause

Q4: Low CPL & Low Volume ➡️ Scale for ROI

The CPL Ceiling: Ever wondered how much you should pay for a lead? Identify your CPL ceiling – the max CPL you can afford while maintaining profitability. Monitor your ads and tweak them to stay below the ceiling, ensuring your campaigns remain profitable!

Geographical CPL: Breaking down CPL by region can be a game-changer! Identify locations with low CPL but high lead quality. Optimize your ads to target these areas, making your ad spend more efficient and expanding your brand’s reach!

RECAP: CPL can be your secret weapon! Unlock its potential by using the CPL Magic Quadrant, identifying your CPL Ceiling, and leveraging Geographical CPL. Apply these unconventional tips, and watch your Facebook Ads generate more leads than ever before! 

H – Hot Take

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Pick your problems wisely. It’s better to solve one very particular and painful problem for a small group than try to solve many minor problems for a large group of people.

 

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Ads for Mastermind: Insights into Effective Free Trial Strategies

Ads for Mastermind: Insights into Effective Free Trial Strategies

Our Ad today is from a company that has shaped the world of digital marketing we see today.

Guess we should sit up and pay attention.

Introducing none other than Ryan Deiss and the team over at Digital Marketer.

What’s unusual about this ad is its simplicity.

No grandiose promises of endless profits or finding the answer to life, the universe, and everything (which we all know is 42).

The ad simply identifies a #1 pain point and promises to fix it with some very tangible outputs.

But don’t let the simplicity fool you. 

This is the starting point of an intelligent funnel! (more about that in the Now Launching section!)

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 3 Elements To Inspire Your Ad Campaigns:

  • I like this opening – “Who else is looking for answers? Answers to the really hard questions, like -” Sure, it is vague, but it is curiosity building. Aren’t we all looking for answers? We want the opening lines of our ad to reel in our perfect-fit client. One powerful way to do this is to get them to answer a question and trigger a conversation in their head. Even getting your Perfect-Fit Client to say yes (or sometimes no) can lure them onto the edge of our slippery copy slope.
  • Dean then brings them deep into what those “hard questions” are. Notice how nothing in the ad so far talks about building a course or selling a digital product. Dean goes right to the core desires and pain points. The questions that keep his Perfect-Fit Client awake at night – Protecting loved ones – Become the person we know we wanna be – To thrive instead of survive. He’s connecting with the ultimate outcome first. If you can show people you can read their minds, they will believe your solution will get them what they want.
  • Your #1 mechanism for selling a SAAS Product is the free trial. Get people using your platform, and get them to invest time, effort, and energy in setting up and rolling out your solution. By the time it comes to the end of their free trial your goal is for their “sunk cost” effort to outweigh the monthly fee. Dean adds a brilliant twist. He charges $1. Dean is a direct-response marketer. He knows that people who go to the effort of pulling out their credit card will be more likely to follow through and take action. He also knows that it will trigger the principle of consistency, which means people who pay $1 will feel internal pressure to validate their initial commitment by signing up for membership. The icing on top. The $1 goes to charity. Who isn’t going to feel even better about themselves and the business they are dealing with when they are supporting a worthy cause through their actions.

Swipe:

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New A.I. Tools To Grow Your Online Busines

New A.I. Tools To Grow Your Online Business

Tired of spending hours scribbling notes after sales calls?

Say hello to Havana, the AI-powered app that generates call summaries and post-call emails faster than you can say “cha cha cha.” Sign up now and get ready to salsa your way to success!

>>> Read more

Turn text into a cool video with this easy tool that even your grandma could use

Perfect for marketers, content creators, and anyone who wants to spice up their written content. See the magic happen for yourself!

>>> Read more

Add this extension to Chrome and start running efficient meetings like a pro

Collaborate on agendas, get automatic meeting summaries, and share next steps all in one place. Plus, you can finally ditch that pesky notetaking and let Loopin do the heavy lifting for you.

>>> Read more

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Latest News 042023

Instagram is keeping up with TikTok’s functionalities

With new discovery elements, merging of creative tools into the video composer screen, and insights into total and average watch time for Reels.

>>> Read more

Facebook’s new AI-generated Stories feature is here

And it’s using image recognition AI to create new stories from your shared content. Let’s see if this AI-generated Stories feature will be a hit or a flop, but it’s worth an experiment, right?

>>> Read more

Twitter’s Blue subscribers can now post 10,000-character-long tweets

This push for long-form writing comes as Elon Musk introduces creator monetization tools, allowing users to apply for monetization and offer subscriptions, with Twitter giving all money to creators for the next 12 months.

>>> Read more

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Ad Copy That Converts – The Ultimate Guide for Course Creators

Ad Copy That Converts – The Ultimate Guide for Course Creators

Are you tired of writing ad copy that falls flat and fails to convert? Do you struggle to grab your audience’s attention and inspire them to take action? If so, you’re not alone. Many course creators and membership site owners struggle with creating ad copy that effectively drives conversions.

But fear not, because in this post, we’ll show you how to write irresistible ad copy that converts. We’ll break it down into 5 simple steps that you can follow to create ad copy that not only grabs your audience’s attention but also inspires them to take action.

Step 1: Focus on the Benefits

The first step in writing ad copy that converts is to focus on the benefits. Your audience doesn’t care about your product or service – they care about what it can do for them. Identify the main benefits of what you’re offering and use them to craft your ad copy. Highlight how your product or service will improve their lives and solve their problems.

For example, if you’re selling a course on how to create and sell digital products, instead of just saying “Learn how to create and sell digital products,” focus on the benefits such as “Create a passive income stream by learning how to create and sell digital products.”

Step 2: Nail Your Unique Selling Proposition

What sets you apart from the competition? Why should someone choose your course or membership site over others? It’s essential to identify your unique selling proposition and emphasize it in your ad copy.

For example, if your course or membership site has a community of like-minded people who share ideas and support each other, emphasize the sense of community in your ad copy.

Step 3: Use Emotional Triggers to Grab Attention

Emotions drive actions. Fear, scarcity, urgency, and curiosity are all effective emotional triggers that can be used to write ad copy that resonates with your audience. Use these triggers to grab attention and inspire action.

For example, if you’re promoting a limited-time offer for your course, use scarcity and urgency in your ad copy by saying “Enroll now and get 50% off – this offer ends in 24 hours!”

Step 4: Write in a Conversational Tone

Your ad copy should sound like it’s coming from a friend, not a marketer. Use “you” and “I” instead of “we” and “our” to make your ad copy more personal and relatable.

Step 5: Keep it Simple

Avoid using technical jargon or complicated language. Your audience should be able to understand your ad copy without having to think too hard. Keep it simple and straightforward.

In conclusion, writing ad copy that converts is all about tapping into your audience’s desires and fears, focusing on benefits, nailing your unique selling proposition, using emotional triggers, writing in a conversational tone, and keeping it simple. Follow these five steps, and you’ll be on your way to creating ad copy that drives conversions.

🚀 Want to learn more about writing ad copy that CONVERTS?

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