& more often a Vlog
"How do I clone my pipeline?"
"Can I clone my pipeline?"
"I'd really like to clone this pipeline?"
I get it and am right there with you!
Historically a funnel was used to bring people who knew nothing about your business through an exact process, designed by you - the business owner, to get to know about you, like you, trust you, and then buy from you.
Kajabi changed the game when they added PIPELINES to the list of unparalleled tools available in the Kajabi app.
With the click of a button you can create a solid and exact process to nurture the relationship with your soon-to-be buyers of your goods and services.
Just take a look at the PIPELINES you have to choose from and the possibilities of each are outlined below.
Let's take a quick peek at each of the Kajabi Pipelines:
Kajabi is too expensive.
Must be nice to be able to afford to use Kajabi.
I'd love to get Kajabi but it's too expensive.
If you've said one of those sentences to yourself, or overheard a friend saying it from within the digital halls that we all wander around daily - give me a chance to show you why Kajabi is too expensive is a myth.
How many transactions are you making in your business?
Take a look at last year's tax return or the previous month's expenditures - what are you spending adding up all the tools you need to operate your business.
So many of you are using business cards and there are really smart ways that you can remove unused traditional elements and replace them with stronger read magnet elements.
Your business card is a read magnet - did you know that? Are you treating it like one?
As a read magnet, it is exactly like a blog post, a vlog, a YouTube playlist, or a quiz. So you must keep in mind as you are designing it what is your NP2NYC journey? Everything comes back to your NP2NYC journey.
Your business card most often lands in the hands of cold traffic and it needs to provoke action to move that person to the next step - your lead magnet: opting into your pipeline, scheduling a call, taking a quiz, or whatever you have set up as the next step in moving forward with you and your business.
Is your business card provoking action?
Whatever your lead magnet is, your business card (the read magnet - the North Pole and cold traffic) needs to provoke that action. That is really important. Ot,herwise you're...
Curious about Kajabi?
Wondering if it is the solution that you've been looking for?
Well, I'd love to share with you my review of Kajabi after using it every single day for the past 2.5 years. I fell in love with Kajabi over the first 3 days I had it and can now say after 2.5 years - I know I made the best decision for my family, my life, and my business when I moved my entire business over to Kajabi.
But your life and business are different from mine and so I'm giving you access to a couple of worksheets that I use in my own business when I need to decide what to use and what to leave in the shiny bucket.
You can try Kajabi and take a free look around with the trial before the trial by taking a peek inside the free product that I've created to get a taste for what your customers, clients, and users would experience if you were to use Kajabi as your home for your knowledge commerce business.
How high of a priority is time freedom in your life?
In part 2 of the 4-part series, Outsourcing from the Inside Out, we're continuing on from leaving the meal planning to the kids, and tackling meal prep and clean-up.
Around here we keep it simple
No matter how much work you do, every week your family still wants to eat ... every single week ... figure out what to feed them, get the groceries, unload and put away the groceries, make the meals, clean up after the meals, listen to ... "Can I have something else?" "I don't like this" "Do I have to eat it?"
I don't know about you but week in and week out - this whole process started taking its toll on me. But moms are problem solvers and so I took matters into my own hands and developed a meal planning system to attack this weekly adventure in our home. What I created achieved all this:
Delegate the Planning
One thing I've definitely learned by running my own business is...
The first in our Easy As PB&J series focused on helping you create ideas about what kind of a digital product you could create based on your life experience, skills, knowledge, talents, passions, or even hobbies.
In this video, you'll see the different ideas we had for an amazing woman who has twenty years of experience as a stay at home wife and mom and was curious about what she could make.
Please use this mind map to see the different ideas we had and the notes of additional information we included.
If you have ideas you'd like to add for this mom, please add them below. And if you'd like to see us feature you and your experience on a future episode please click here to access the free interactive experience that we...
In this step-by-step video, I'll show you how easy it is to add Facebook comments into your blog posts on New Kajabi.
If you prefer to learn and see the roadmap of how to do this, you are more than welcome to visit this mind map where I lay out all the steps you'll see in this video.
Please let us know how you liked this video and if there's anything else you'd like to learn.
Short answer. Yes.
But you need objective reasons so you can reach your own conclusion and make the best decision for you and your family.
If I had to guess - you're researching New Kajabi because you've decided that you want to run a portion or all of your business online. Very smart decision indeed! As part of a billion dollar industry, no matter what your current industry is, you're making a smart choice to investigate having part or all of your income-generating aspects of life online.
I made a workbook that you can use and easily record your answers as you do your research. The workbook can be saved to your computer, downloaded, and printed - have fun! It's also embedded at the bottom of this page.
Here's the link to a FAQ sheet about New Kajabi that also includes links to my own personal worksheets that I use when researching and comparing different purchases.
Nicholette, one of my favorite business buddies sat down with me to chat about all things legal and Canva related. I'll let her take it from here.
Nicholette: There are two types of Canva people (okay maybe more, but stay with me here), the one is nervous about breaking the law when they use Canva and the other doesn't even know that there are legal consequences to think about.
Which one are you?
I was both. I went from not even thinking it's a thing to being uber paranoid. I don't want either one for you.
As my friend Tamsen Horton likes to remind me "every business decision, has a legal impact".
I've been keeping a list of all your legal questions (keep em coming babe) and I asked Tamsen to set the record straight on staying legal with Canva without letting it keep you stuck and not taking action on sharing about your business, using visuals.
Questions like ...
Ready to be on the beach without your laptop because your work is done? Ready to really only work that couple of hours a day? Good because around here we simplify while we protect what matters most. Love to have you join in.