Recently, I was asked how I plan to get my first 100 sales for my new store on Shopify.
So I made a plan, and I’m sharing it with you in this video.
It’s a 3 part plan.
I’ll build a foundation for long term success.
I want to set myself up for long term success, so I won’t deviate far from the strategies we teach in the Inner Circle.
I’ll run an Event for Proof of Concept.
I want to be sure I’ve got the right product and offer. Watch and see how I’ll run an event for proof of concept. The results will dictate my next steps.
I think I’ll get my first 100 sales at the Proof of Concept stage, but if not…
I’ll run a Major Launch Event for Sales
I’ll take what worked for our Proof of Concept Event and amplify it big time.
The goal will be to open our new store and launch with a Bang! (and lots of sales)
I’m super excited to share this with you.
We’ll be executing in a way that I know has worked in the past.
But that’s not all.
I want to test new things, and innovate a little.
I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve that I can’t wait to try.
The Roadmap from $0 to $50K continues…
If you have questions, comment below and ask me!
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That’s it! It will be a fun adventure, all the way from 0 to $50K on Shopify!
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