Fuel Your Lives

Week 4. Day 2.

Today’s topic: They Ask Me About [insert most frequent question that people who are hesitant ask]

The idea here is to follow your invitation with some objection handling content. So let’s think about what is normally holding people back from signing up with you? What reasons have they given you?

Take one of the most common objections you get you get and try to answer it in a way that puts them at ease with it.

This does not mean that anyone who has this limiting thought will immediately want to work with you. There are a lot of reasons why people do not go ahead, and most have nothing to do with what they tell us (like not trusting themselves). But using the reasons they give us to create this content is excellent as we are overcoming objections before they even appear.

Finish with a call-to-action “Reach out if you feel like you are ready to make a change, and we can talk about how I can help you.”

BEFORE your live video:

Make sure you fill the live video description with the topic above (obviously add your tip first) BEFORE you go live, so your audience has a reason to tune in or watch the replay. 

AFTER your live video:

    ENGAGEMENT SECRET! Do not reply to comments straight away. Wait a day after you went live, go back and reply to every comment to boost the video's visibility in the Newsfeed for another while.

    If you are a Visibility That Sells Accelerator client:

    After you went live, just share the video with the Visibility That Sells Accelerator Facebook group for support and feedback. (You can later also share the link to the video in a comment to the following Handraiser Squad post if you want us to help you boost your engagement).  

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    Helpful Resources FOR Livestreaming On Facebook

    If you prefer to have a structured prep sheet, click not the button below to download my Live Video Prep/Script Sheet in a pdf.

    (I suggest printing it out 2 to a page, to save space and ink.)

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