Does this sound familiar?
You’ve spent months working on a project. It’s your passion. Your baby. And you’re ready to show it off to the world!
…And you have no idea how.
You know you’ve heard something about marketing it to your email list, but your email list is pretty dinky at this point. Social media could help drive traffic, right? Blog posts? Autoresponders? Affiliates? And good grief the tech running it all.
Where should your efforts go? You’ve got limited time and resources.
Maybe it’d be better not to really launch the product at all. Just put it up and they will come, the little voice in your head says…
But that little voice isn’t paying the bills, is it?
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all of the associated pieces of the launch process. Lucky for you, launching is a skill, not some talent you’re magically born with. It’s time to learn a skill that will make you more money, get you more opportunities, and crank up your visibility.
It’s not too late! You can still join The Epic Launch Class
What has The Epic Launch Class been like so far? This is what participants have to say.
Thanks @CharlieGilkey I am seriously loving the Epic Launch Class. Great insights on launching and excellent presentation. ”ª#ELC”¬ rocks! – @KimDushinski
“Call #1 was a GOOD One! This is just the beginning, so IMAGINE how much goodness and brilliance will pour forth from the next 3. Big Thanks to Team EPIC.” – Dawn Kotzer
But, really, the class is summed up here.
“I was really impressed with how much Charlie and his team over-delivered with the Epic Launch Class. Using a team approach, they handled each question with great care and dexterity – managing to explain complex concepts without confusing lesser experienced participants, and without making the more experienced participants feel like they are back in kindergarten.
The real value of the class is it starts with the fundamentals of how to build a community FIRST, before getting into the nuts and bolts of the actual launch, to make sure you have your bases covered before you move too far down the road. The work up front of building a community ensures you actually lessen the amount of work you have to do in the long run to turn your efforts into sales.” – John Corcoran
This week, we’re talking about the different styles of launches from the mega launch strategy to the anti-launch strategy. We’re also discussing the different reasons to launch, because launches don’t need to make $50,000 to be successful (even though it’s awfully nice when they do).
If you’re in business, you can’t afford to have launches that fall flat. Epic launches keep your doors open by providing big influxes of cashflow and by opening up more opportunities down the road to strategically grow your business.
Leave a Reply