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As a Kajabi customer and a member of the online “Knowledge Commerce” revolution, you have the unique opportunity to reach people in Paris, France, even if you live in Paris, Texas…or reach out to Athens, Georgia, from Athens, Greece!
No doubt about it, this worldwide marketing potential represents additional and growing income for many of you. As a result, no matter where you’re located, you’ve probably heard a lot by now about the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) which requires compliance by May 25, 2018.
Kajabi’s #1 core value is the #KajabiHero; you, our customers. We’re not only committed to the compliance of our platform for our own needs but yours as well. We’ve got your back!
We’re not going to lie: Writing great conclusions for your blog articles can be tough. You’ve already shared the meat of your content with your audience, so what else is left to say?
It’s important to nail your conclusions, though. We’ll explain why in a moment.
But first, you need to understand the conclusion’s purpose in your article. It’s designed to bring the article full circle and reinforce the statements you’ve made.
Messenger marketing has become an increasingly popular option among entrepreneurs across all industries and niches. It can prove particularly beneficial for those in Knowledge Commerce, however — especially those who operate one- or two-person businesses.
Did you know that almost one billion people spend time on Facebook Messenger each month? That’s a ton of people, many of whom are likely in your target audience.
Best of all, Facebook Messenger isn’t just a single tool or channel. You can use it in myriad ways to keep in touch with your customers, field questions, offer support, and market your online courses.
People ask us one question over and over: What is a digital product? And why should an entrepreneur focus on digital products instead of just their physical counterparts?
We live in an increasingly diverse marketplace. People are earning money from a variety of endeavors, whether they hang out a shingle online or start a brick-and-mortar business.
Maybe we’re biased given our industry, but we believe that digital products offer the easiest and least expensive point of entry for any aspiring entrepreneur. Our Knowledge Commerce customers — entrepreneurs who earn great money teaching what they know — prove our hypothesis.
However, building a list is only part of the battle. Next, you have to write sales emails which will convince readers to respond.
You’ve probably deleted your fair share of email over the years. Maybe you recognize the sender, but the subject line doesn’t grab you or the content turns you off.