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My 3-Part Framework to 10x-ing Your Audience

My 3-Part Framework to 10x-ing Your Audience

Whenever I talk about lead generation (a.k.a. strategies for attracting traffic, and magnetizing thousands of perfect potential clients and customers to your community), I talk about one very special acronym:

O.P.P.

These letters stand for the 3 steps of lead generation that can bring thousands of new fans, reader, and followers into your world, and turn them into buyers — creating brand leverage no one can compete with:

Those 3 letters are: Organic, Paid, and Partner traffic.

However, before you get into that, I want to be clear what I mean when I say โ€œlead generationโ€…

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My 3 Step Process to Launching Like a Pro

My 3 Step Process to Launching Like a Pro

When you think of your brand, where do you feel a little flimsy?

  • Maybe itโ€™s capturing your brand language?
  • Maybe itโ€™s picking the most relevant brand stories?
    Maybe itโ€™s identifying your target audience?
  • Or maybe itโ€™s having the courage to put yourself out there?

I ask because when it comes to success for any formula, template, roadmap, or framework ย brand clarity is always the cornerstone.

So before you get started on the steps below, make sure youโ€™re clear on:

  1. What youโ€™re creating
  2. Who itโ€™s for
  3. Why it matters
  4. And how you plan to deliver it.

Now, the process Iโ€™m about to teach you is a simple framework called โ€œLaunch Ladderingโ€.

In my world simplicity is always the goal, so I created a very simple 3-part framework to amplify how youโ€™re showing up in the world.

Letโ€™s walk through them one by one.

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12 Lead Magnet Ideas You Can Steal Right Now

12 Lead Magnet Ideas You Can Steal Right Now

Today, Iโ€™m going to give you some steal-able ways to develop lead magnets that will attract exactly the kind of clients and customers you want in your world.

Iโ€™ve carefully curated this resource as a go-to guide that you can pin to your โ€œfavoritesโ€ channel, share with a friend, or even print out and keep nearby.

Here are some lead magnet ideas you can steal and use right now!

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3 Secrets To Catching & Keeping The Attention Of Your Ideal Client

3 Secrets To Catching & Keeping The Attention Of Your Ideal Client

Last week, we talked about the importance of a great Lead Magnet.

And next week Iโ€™m going to give you my exclusive list of 12 grab-nโ€™-go ideas that you can use, so keep an eye on your inbox!

But first, I want to give you the way to make sure your Lead Magnet doesnโ€™t just get created, but also gets you seen, heard, and most importantly, paid.

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Lead Magnets – What They Are And Why You Need One

Lead Magnets – What They Are And Why You Need One

Letโ€™s be real with each other: Running a business is an incredible act of heart and will — especially when you want to change the world with your work, and get your game-changing message out to the masses.

โ€ฆ But unfortunately, the desire to serve doesnโ€™t mean your business will thrive.

If you want to bring your dream to life, itโ€™s gonna take savvy, strategy, and (most of all) sales too.

Have you ever asked yourself โ€œWhy do some people seem to have so much success so early, when it feels like Iโ€™m still stuck in place?โ€

Maybe you want to be known because you want to make a huge impact — but it hasnโ€™t happened yet.

Maybe youโ€™re frustrated and sad that you’re not attracting great people or you don’t know where to start.

Maybe youโ€™re stressing that famous โ€œ8 out of 10 businesses failโ€ figure, and want to make absolutely sure you donโ€™t become a statistic.

Hereโ€™s the good news:

Are you having more trouble than youโ€™d like making sales and attracting people into your universe? You donโ€™t need to quit, give up, or come up with some wildly advanced strategy to turn your business around.

But if youโ€™re worrying about one or all of the above and not making much traction? You may just need to re-think your approach to the l-word.

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