Is there any tips that you can get people really engaged from the get-go? Like I was thinking about starting to bring people in a week or two weeks prior to my challenge to kind of just warm them up. Cause this last time Facebook ads got hung up and...
Is there any tips that you can get people really engaged from the get-go?
Like I was thinking about starting to bring people in a week or two weeks prior to my challenge to kind of just warm them up. Cause this last time Facebook ads got hung up and basically that day, I did it the day before people got in. Facebook ads got approved. I had 400 people in the group and then I started the program.
So I think there's maybe a warm up period? Or is there any other way you can get people more invested and engaged throughout the process that you recommend email engagement within a Facebook group? Yeah, like I feel like if they're more engaged through the five day challenge, they're more likely to buy.
Cause I had a lot of people on this last time. I'm like at the end say, Oh my gosh, I haven't even watched the second or third video yet. I'm way behind. And so when it came time to make the offer, they're like we haven't even watched video two or something, you know? Yeah. So, um, I really don't know I've never done it.
You know? Uh, the one thing that seems to work pretty well is streaming the videos directly into the group. Cause that produces activity and stuff, and then going in there and answering questions and I did deliberately give people homework, so they would do something. Cause I figured like, Whoa. If someone sees one person doing anything, they're going to be like, Oh shit, I need to get my stuff up there.
So it wasn't necessarily engagement more than it was getting them to do stuff. So they would get results and be happy. And my theory is, you know, hopefully the logic is well damn, this is pretty good. I bet the other social real good. This was good. Um, and it seemed to have worked. Okay. Yeah. Awesome. Thank you so much, Frank.