I’ve had a lot of agency owners ask me the same thing, “How can I get more comfortable with being on camera?” And I’m super glad they asked!
Should an Evergreen be your goal? You should know all the facts before you start thinking about whether or not you should go evergreen.
A 5-star level course experience is what gets your students excited to sign up for your new courses and every course after that. And it’s because they know they’re getting their money’s worth and then some.
7 figure course launches are made with the clients in mind.
We recently worked with an AMAZING client on a launch. She hit 7 figures easily and it was because she provided meaningful and educational content to her community.
If you want to see any growth from your launches, you have to start tracking your metrics. When you track your launch performance over time, you’ll be able to see if you’re improving or not and he each and every new launch convert better than the last.
How do you know when it’s time to hire extra help? As a CEO, it’s important that you know when to outsource your launch prep. Let’s go over a few things to evaluate before you hire a launch team!
Do you find yourself exhausted after a live launch? Sometimes it all just feels like too much! So, for the sake of myself and my team, I learned A LOT about what it takes to not resent your launch time and remain cool, calm, and collected the whole way through.
So we have to ask ourselves – how soon should you launch, or relaunch, your course? We at The Launch Guild have an answer for you. You want to pay attention to these three things…
Project your launch revenue with our Launch Revenue Calculator! It’s the perfect way to set reasonable expectations for yourself as a course creator, especially if you’re releasing a brand new course or product. Newsflash: You can’t keep expecting your ENTIRE email list to buy your newest course.
You need genuine content that your audience can engage with. That way, when you do have something to launch, your audience hasn’t forgotten about you. So what exactly would those posts look like? Good news! We’ve got four kinds of social posts that keep your followers engaged in between launches