Day 5: Do You Have a Repeatable Sales Sequence on Social?

This is Day #5 of my 30 day foundational SMART Social Media Marketer series.

This series has been designed to give you a high level introduction to my SMART Social Media Marketing System.

In this series I'll be talking high level Social Media Marketing Strategy. The thing most marketers are missing.

All the teachings in this series are 60 seconds or less allowing you to absorb the core concepts quickly.

And in this post we'll be discussing a little more about creating a Repeatable sales sequence for your business.

So, let's dive in 🙂

Day #5: Do You Have a Repeatable Sales Sequence on Social Media?

A SMART Social Media Marketer uses repetition in their business.

They find a process that works that allows them to attract more leads, convert more sales and earn more profits faster...

And then they repeat that process over and over again until they hit their income goals.

When they sit down in front of the computer they know exactly what they need to do every step of the way.

@realgavinmountford A SMART Social Media Marketer uses repetition in their business when they have a predictable Daily Method of Operation to attract more leads, convert more sales and earn more profits faster. If you'd like to see the 30 days of this video series, make sure you LIKE this and hit the FOLLOW button for more. #socialmediamarketing #digitalmarketing #affiliatemarketing #onlinemarketing #internetmarketing #videomarketing #fyp #foryoupage #entrepreneur ♬ original sound - Gavin Mountford

A great example of this is my 6 steps method.

Create, Capture, Connect, Comment, Communicate, Close

A predictable sequence that attracts leads, warms them up and then turns them into customers, clients or team members easily.

And one of the reasons most online entrepreneurs fail is because they do not have a DMO (Daily Method of Operation) that works.

They sit down in front of their computer with no idea what to work on for the day...

And they end up wasting time in reactive mode.

Now obviously there's much, much more to creating daily predictable processes in your business... but this is a great place to start!

If you'd like to follow along with the rest of the series, just hit the next > button below.


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