How To Laser Target Your Product Launch Offer

The most important aspect of running a successful Product Launch is NOT your product, or your launch list, or your Product Launch content or your bonuses… it’s your OFFER.

Let’s take a look at an example…

Fish do NOT like strawberries!

You can come up with a dozen different ways to say “Strawberry”…but fish will turn a cold fin and NOT BITE!

You would never fish with strawberries because YOU like them.

Toss that stubborn fish a worm though…and if they haven’t eaten in a bit, they will chomp it – with a furious vengeance – no fancy words needed.

People do NOT want “Coaching”, “Leads”, “15% body fat”, or a “6 week long weight loss program.”

This is 50% of the reason OFFERS refuse to convert: They are trying to sell strawberries to fish and pork sandwiches to Jewish vegetarians.

Then they get pissed at a copywriter, media buyer or salespeople because they can’t sell their strawberries.

It’s easy to get confused, but your OFFER and your copy are DIFFERENT things.

This is why we need to VALIDATE OUR OFFER before we write a bunch of copy.

…AND as we validate, we let your MARKET write our copy FOR US!

My best copy never came outta my head…or out of a copywriter’s corner by thinking up the perfect pitch…

…The copy which slathers wallet lube on the best offers almost always comes from THE MARKET…at a moment when their credit cards are half way out.

With ninety-eleven live chat services now, texting and FB messenger you can VALIDATE AN OFFER and DIAL-IN copy faster than ever.

That’s why it’s important to dial in your offer first using an email or messenger conversation with prospects, and once you’ve done that you can clean up making sales with just a 2-page Google Doc.

Why people want to “plug their ears” and “blindfold themselves” to valuable market feedback leaves me scratching my head.

If they could only hear the fish whisper: “We don’t like strawberries.”, so many business owners lives would burst at the seams with money and mojo!

While it takes a little while to work out the details, selling by chat is here to stay.

Warm regards,

Rocky

P.S. I’m working with a small number of clients helping them to validate and perfect their offers to the point where we can close mid to high ticket sales using live chat and email (without any phone calls).

If you’d like more details on exactly how we are doing that, let me know by getting in touch here.

The Quick Campaign To Use When You Don’t Have Time For A Product Launch

Running a Product Launch based on Jeff Walker’s Product Launch Formula process is a great way to generate a bunch of sales, but as you know they can be a LOT of work to pull off successfully.

With all the planning, preparation, content creation, and getting the tech right, and then the launch itself taking a couple of weeks or more, getting from idea to cash in the bank can be weeks or even months.

I’ve also seen plenty of people holding Challenges where they present content live for 3 to 7 days (or more) and then make an offer at the end for a higher priced program.

The problem is there’s a lot of moving parts to these as well, and everyone’s busy so getting people to hang around and pay attention day after day is really difficult.

One thing I’ve learned is money loves speed.

And speed loves simplicity.

And over the last couple of months I’ve been using an idea a friend shared with me to make a bunch of sales over just 3 days using bite-sized offers that don’t take a lot of effort to put together.

Click here to go to a Google document with all the details on how to run this quick campaign that gets fast results if you’d like to learn more.

Hope this helps,

Warm regards,

Rocky

Supplement Your Product Launches With Speed & Simplicity

Product launches based on Jeff Walker’s Product Launch Formula process are a great way to generate a bunch of sales, but as you know they can be a LOT of work to pull off successfully.

And with all the planning, preparation, content creation, and getting the tech right, and then the launch itself taking a couple of weeks or more, getting from idea to cash in the bank can be weeks or even months.

I’ve also seen plenty of people holding Challenges where they present content live for 3 to 7 days (or more) and then make an offer at the end for a higher priced program.

The problem is there’s a lot of moving parts to these as well, and everyone’s busy so getting people to hang around and pay attention day after day is really difficult.

One thing I’ve learned is money loves speed.

And speed loves simplicity.

And over the last couple of months I’ve been using an idea a friend shared with me to make a bunch of sales (over just 3 days each time) using simple bite-sized offers that don’t take a lot of effort to put together.

I put the details in this Google document if you’d like to know more.

Hope this helps,

Warm regards,
Rocky