This workflow is designed for you to use when engaging in Joint Venture webinars. Joint Venture webinars are when you find a product or business similar to yours and agree to promote your products together. Your products are complimentary and your audiences will benefit from hearing about both. Often, joint venture webinars also include […]
It’s important to get the delivery of your lead magnet right. This sets the tone for your relationship with your subscribers. Delivering your lead magnets in Drip (rather than another tool) lets you get better reporting on who downloads what and trigger more advanced automation and segmentation. Follow this blueprint for lead magnet delivery best […]
If you do joint venture webinars (or webinars with any third party on a regular basis), you spend a nontrivial amount of time setting up emails for attendees. With this blueprint, you can take 90% of the work out of your webinar messaging. By setting this system up once, and later updating fields with a […]
Stop playing email tag with your prospects and missing opportunities to fill your calendar with consultation calls. This Workflow Blueprint will add new consultation calls to your calendar automatically. With this Blueprint, every prospect who requests a consultation call from you will be reminded to complete the scheduling request, even if they forget […]
Evergreen expiring offers in Drip can make a true deadline for each of your subscribers. There are two important pieces to an evergreen expiring offer: An offer page with a countdown timer that redirects when the offer expires A series of reminder emails that update the expiration of the offer for every subscriber, regardless of […]
With time, any list will accumulate subscribers who stop opening emails. If there are enough unengaged subscribers on your list, you’ll see lower open rates and eventually a lower sender reputation.
If you’ve ever run a webinar, you know getting someone to register to attend is only half of the process. You still have to get them to show up, and once they do, get them to convert afterwards.
If people request product demos from you, you understand how they can take a lot of time to schedule and can quickly take over your calendar.
When setting up funnels, most people focus on marketing before the sale. But if you neglect to automate after the sale, you could be missing out on converting your customers a second time.
See Brennan walk through this workflow in this video he recorded. If you’re using Drip to send an email course, you’ll find that people are most eager to learn from you when they first sign up.