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Learning how to write a follow-up email can help you convert and retain more customers. That’s the main reason you create online courses, right? You want to make money and reach more people.
As of 2017, businesses collectively send more than 225 billion emails per day. Unfortunately, consumers only open about one-third of the emails they receive.
Not only are you competing against the other businesses that want to reach your target audience, but there’s a good chance that you have less-than-stellar email open rates.
What is "Knowledge Commerce" and what does selling a product in this industry look like?
At Kajabi, we have carefully chosen this phrase to describe this industry that we are apart of, but often times it can be a little confusing to get started in launching a business in. We are here to help you brainstorm what exactly it looks like to sell a digital product.
To make it easy, let's start with an industry that most of us are already knowledgeable about: E-Commerce. In the E-Commerce industry, businesses sell physical goods online. This could look like home decor, paper goods, clothing, etc. Pretty simple right?
Now let’s brainstorm other ways (besides physical products) that you can start a business online.
Every so often, we get this question from one of our customers: "How often should I blog?" Unfortunately, there's no one-size-fits-all answer.
Blogging offers an effective way to connect with potential customers as well as people who have already bought your online course. You can share all types of information with your target audience and make your website more visible to the public.
But knowing how often you should blog requires a careful evaluation of your current marketing strategy and your personal schedule. What works for one entrepreneur might not be feasible or sufficient, depending on the case, for another.
Let's face it: Instagram has become one of the most engaging social platforms. It isn't quite as popular as Facebook, but users are often more engaged and active due to the visual nature of Instagram.
If you're using Instagram to grow your business, you might find it difficult to attract followers at first. That's okay. We're here to help with 25 tested tips to get more real followers on Instagram for free.
Entrepreneurs often approach Instagram in the wrong way. They try to buy followers, post erratically, and give up out of frustration.
Today’s interview is very different and very unique, and I actually had no idea it existed until I found it on Kajabi.
I am privileged to be speaking with Shannon O’Brien, founder of iSugar University. She is a licensed esthetician which means she works in skin care, and she uses Kajabi to teach people how to become certified in body sugaring.
Along with her online courses, Shannon also owns a brick-and-mortar business called “Sugar Mama’s”.