the Desk of:
While traditional continuity programs continue to grow,
they often lack the one thing that will increase your
Put yourself in your customers' shoes for just one second.
When you first join a traditional monthly or recurring membership site,
you're excited. Maybe you even go out and tell people how good it is,
causing them to also join.
But as time starts to pass, that excitement dies down because either
you don't feel invested or you're just plain stuck.
What you’ve just experienced in this
“hypothetical” situation is what
the majority of folks experience whenever they buy products. Those
feelings of dissatisfaction result in angry customers, high support
costs for you, and refunds.
This is one of the main reasons why continuity programs have short
retention rates, typically averaging only 3 months max.
So what's the solution?
How can you prevent these negative feelings in your customers?
How can you offer both a community and your great product?
The answer is by using Facebook as a platform to create a community of
You see, Facebook continuity programs are growing in popularity because:
offer a community;
offer access to information, wisdom, advice, and tips; and
3) All of
this is available in one centralized area.
customers, having access to an active Facebook continuity program is
appealing because if they ever lose, they know you have their back.
They can contact either you or your moderators for help and receive an
it is true that many people can get caught up in Facebook and allow it
to eat all of their time, but the advantages outweigh the possible
sure you would rather have someone stay for 12 months vs. 2 months,
so, I’m sure you still have plenty of questions like:
Can this work for any niche?
• What kind of tests can I put
the program through to ensure that it will sell?
• How am I supposed to sell to
my Facebook group?
• How do I convert my
subscribers with no sales letter?
• How do I deliver content
without it getting lost in all the posts and comments?
• Will this show me how to get
rid of expensive membership software?
• What about security? How can I
protect my goods?
9 Part Video
Here's a breakdown of this 9 part
video series in
#1 - Quick Overview
Before we get
make sure that you are given a quick overview of what to expect from
this video course and how the system works. You'll also want to get
into the right mindset before jumping in head-first. Additionally,
we’ll discuss the three most important priorities and how to
them effectively to grow your community.
#2 - Can Your Niche Pass the Test?
While there are
different niches that can take advantage of a Facebook continuity
program, you want to know for sure that yours passes the test. You
don’t want to make the mistake of investing time into trying
your goods through Facebook only to find that you don’t get
you were hoping for. Since this is one of the most common mistakes
people make, this video will show you how to ensure that your niche
will be profitable and worth your time. The test is quick and easy with
practical application; it should take no longer than 10 minutes.
#3 - Competition Research
Once you have
passes the test, it's time to do a little research and figure out what
your competitors are doing and—just as
importantly—what they are not
doing. I’ll show you how to read the patterns so that you
what is happening out in the marketplace. You will also learn how to
pinpoint areas that can build up your community.
#4 - Product Funnel Creation
By reaching this video, we can now start focusing on building out your
sales funnel. In order to do this, we will be using a specific strategy
that I call the “backward funnel strategy”, which
has proven time and
time again to actually be more efficient. While it may not make sense
right now, I guarantee that you’ll be able to surpass the
of writers block and start moving into the product creation phase.
#5 - Pricing and Niche Continuity Models
One of the biggest
ask me is, “How should I price my continuity
program?” To answer this,
I’m going to is show you different types of continuity models
you can replicate and follow them.
#6 - Content Creation
It's time to take
that you’ve done so far and start creating content. By the
end of this
video, you should have all you need to set up your Facebook continuity
#7 - Setting It All Up: What You Need to Succeed
Now that you have
you’re ready to set up your program so that you can start
people to your Facebook group. In this video, I’ll show you
step-by-step how to set up everything up from scratch. So in other
words, I will show you how to get people to your thank you page and
then to your Facebook group. You'll also learn how to protect your
group from nonpaying thieves.
#8 - Adding Content to Facebook
Once you have your
set up, you’ll need to add content and organize it within the
This video will cover how to do that, as well as how to lead your
community and protect it against troublemakers. You'll learn how to
increase engagement and make a community where people feel like they
are invested, thus creating a higher retention rate.
#9 - Outsourcing
of the system
is automated; still, that leaves 30% of it as manual labor. As your
community grows, you will need to learn how to outsource it to reliable
people. You want to make sure that you have your checks and balances in
place to ensure that your refund rate—and confusion
rate—is low. You
always want to make sure that your customers are being taken care of,
because in a community, the mood can easily change from excitement to a
feeling of being taken advantage of. Thus, I’ll show you how
source this process and find the right people for your team.
simple step-by-step system and you’re sure to rise your own
Facebook continuity program very soon!
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