You keep hearing that “there’s money in the list,” and understand it’s a part of running a small business you need to master.
You feel like you have ZERO interesting content to deliver (um, isn’t writing blog posts bad enough some days?). Plus, what if you sounded ultra-sleezy?!
So you’re clicking through a million different platforms: MailChimp/MadMimi/Infusionsoft & crying into your coffee cup -- why is figuring out email marketing tech the worst?!
What if it were actually possible to take your email list from non-existent to populated, with a content plan to boot, just 60 days from now?
You’d have a ready-set-go system in place, and a list of fans ready to hear what you have to say.
Imagine no more putzing around email marketing provider websites, but having someone show you the exact process for building an email list that’s generated hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As soon as you enroll, the content’s yours: Get a notebook and label it LLL -- you’ll be filling it up with printable guides and worksheets!
Work through the content alongside the live community in our Facebook group, your new virtual coworkers ready for you to bounce ideas off of and test each others emails!
Fast forward a few short weeks, and you’re set: hit send on the first email to your fan club, and launch a value-packed freebie that builds trust with your tribe. You did it!
Ever wonder why every company has a pop up on their main website offering you FREE shipping or a % off their products if you give them your email? Yeah, that's because email marketing is key for businesses that sell products.
Not only can you announce new items, you can reach your customers with sales, promotions, and giveaways to always stay front of mind and to drive more sales! An email list could absolutely bring greater profits into your biz!
In order to sell your digital products, you should probably reach those digital buyers... am I right? One of the biggest mistakes online businesses make is that they rely on social media and spoiler: only 6% of your audience is even seeing what you're posting.
An email list gives you a place to alert potential customers of new items, follow up on abandoned carts, retarget current clients with more items, and poll your audience to see what they want next... not to mention: drive sales!
One of the biggest mistakes service-based businesses are making is not starting an email list to serve those who may turn into their future clients. With a service business, education is one of the most important parts of your job...
Something tells me you're working in a saturated market... am I right? What if you could solve your clients problems, answer their biggest questions, and stay front of mind for them while being THE best expert in your area? Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?
In that dream up phase? Perhaps you just have a really good idea and you know you want to launch something in this next year: a website, a blog, a podcast, a book, a program, a course... you name it, you might have the idea, but what you don't have is an audience ready to purchase.
Starting an email list right now? Yeah, your future self will thank you. Not only can you test your ideas as you grow your list, but when the time comes to launch? You'll have an eager audience ready to purchase your offer... sounds good, right?
And maybe you've been burned before...
That's why I want to make sure you have a full month to give your all, to get your list growing, and to see the impact each subscriber has!
You could figure all this stuff out on your own, searching in Facebook groups and pinning blog posts about email marketing on Pinterest, while listening to elevator music on hold with your email marketing company’s tech customer service line.
Or, you could join our list building mastermind and knock it out in 4 weeks.
Last Updated March 2016
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THE LIST TO LAUNCH LAB Return Policy:
Here’s the deal: I want you to be super satisfied with your purchase but I also want to make sure that you’re putting in your biggest, best effort to apply all of the strategies, systems, and techniques that I packed into the course. I offer a 30-day refund period for purchases.
However, in order to qualify and be eligible for a refund, you must show proof that you did the work in the material and that the course did not work for you. Please not that if you checked out with the 3 payment plan option, we are not able to stop payments without a refund request being submitted to our team.
In the event that you decide that the List to Launch Lab was not right for you or your business, within 30 days of enrollment, please email: email@example.com and let my team know that you’d like a refund before the 30th day at 11:59 EST. You need to include your coursework with your refund request. Please note: we can not process a refund request without coursework. If you submit a refund request without it, we will not be able to grant your refund request.
The work that you must submit with your request for a refund includes ALL of the following items (which are all taught inside The List to Launch Lab):
- The completed course workbook and ALL of the following items which are taught and outlined as homework in the List to Launch Lab
- A screenshot of the email sent to your contacts getting permission to add them to your list
- A link to your website showing your embedded email sign up form set up
- Welcome email draft copy
- A copy of your freebie with a link to the sign up form.
We will NOT provide refunds more than 30 days following the date of purchase. After day 30, all payments are non-refundable and you are responsible for full payment of the fees for the program regardless if you complete the program. If you opted for a payment plan and you do not request a refund within 30 days, with the required coursework at the time of your refund request, you are required by law to complete the remaining payments of your payment plan.
All refunds are discretionary as determined by Jenna Kutcher, LLC. To further clarify the refund process, we will not provide refunds after the 30th day from your date of purchase and all payments must be made on a timely basis. If payments are not made on time, you agree to pay interest on all past-due sums at a rate of 1.5% per month or the highest rate allowed by law, whichever is greater.
If you have any questions, concerns or problems, please let us know by contacting our support team directly. The support desk can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org