7 Essential Reasons Why You Need a Website (even if Facebook is free)

7 Essential Reasons Why You Need a Website (even if Facebook is free)

You need a website. Plain and simple. A lot of businesses (myself included!) have fallen into the social media trap and think that an Instagram account or Facebook fan page is enough…

In this post, I’ll share 7 essential reasons why you need a website. 

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Let’s go back to 2014 when I was new to taking my fitness business seriously and was working like a crazy lady.

I was 100% focused on building my Facebook fan page. I spent money on ads, spent a ton of time creating helpful content and integrating with my fans. I built my Facebook fan page to over 50,000 fans…then jumped into Instagram.

I was able to build my Instagram account to over 20,000 followers.

Everything was great and it was easy peasy to build a business on those platforms.

THEN the algorithm changed and I had to do something else.

Why You Need a Website Reason #1: Algorithm changes

Building your business on social media platforms is like building your business on shifting sand.

You need a solid foundation to work upon, and you need a website.

Tons of bloggers felt the great Facebook algorithm change a few years back, and it hasn’t gotten any easier since then. At any point, the platform you’re using could change it’s algorithm, making it nearly impossible for your fans to see your content (unless you want to spend a ton of money on ads).

Think of your website as your foundation. It’s the one thing you can control..which brings us to point #2.

Why You Need a Website Reason #2: You own it

You don’t own any of the social media platforms, but you do own your website. Facebook or Instagram could shut down your account without warning, or put you in Facebook jail (happened to me lol). Then you’re stuck.

You need a website because you it’s yours. No one can take it away from you (or put you in jail lol).

Why You Need a Website Reason #3: You control the experience

With Facebook, you’re kind of stuck with how Zuckerberg runs the platform, and if you don’t like it, too bad.

With your website, you have 100% control over how your website looks and what the user experience is like.

You can show off your style and personality (which is so much fun). You get to give potential clients an idea of you and what your biz is all about without them actually having to buy something from you.

You don’t own any of the social media platforms, but you do own your website. Facebook or Instagram could shut down your account without warning, or put you in Facebook jail (happened to me lol). Then you’re stuck.

You need a website because it’s yours. No one can take it away from you (or put you in jail lol).

Why You Need a Website Reason #4: Get them into your funnel

Your website is how you can get someone into your sales funnel.

What’s a sales funnel?

Imagine an actual funnel, where at the top of the funnel, something is poured inside and it filters down to a finite destination.

The exact same thing happens in sales. At the top of the funnel, lots of visitors may arrive and enter your funnel, but not all may end up at the final destination (becoming a paid customer).

Ryan Deiss, co-founder of Digital Marketer, describes the sales funnel as a multi-step, multi-modality process that moves prospective browsers into buyers.

What I teach is to bring people into your funnel via Pinterest and knock their socks off with great content.

From there, you can create a relevant freebie, which will get the prospective customer onto your email list, where you can market your products and services.

Could you potentially do this with a Facebook page? Yes…but most likely you’d need to pay for ads.

Why You Need a Website Reason #5: Facebook ads/tracking pixel

Speaking of ads, they can be an insanely powerful way to grow your business (if you know what you’re doing).

One of the best ways to do Facebook ads is to target audiences who’ve visited your website.

You could potentially target people who’ve visited your sales page (but not your thank you page) and target with your product.

Or you could create an ad targeting people who’ve read a blog post and show them an ad for a relevant freebie to get them on your email list.

There are a ton of possibilities, but in order to do this, you need a website to put a little piece of code called a Facebook tracking pixel.

Why You Need a Website Reason #6 Organic Traffic (Free Leads!)

Facebook has essentially become a platform where you need to pay to play. If you implement the strategies I teach with Pinterest, you can have a website that is getting thousands of visitors every single month for freeeee.

Who doesn’t want free leads?

If you’re brand new to Pinterest marketing, I’ve got a bazillion posts to help you, and you should def register for my next free Pinterest master class.

You can also generate free leads to your website via SEO (search engine optimization).

SEO can take some time to work, but once it does, you can get tons of traffic from Google for free #score

You need a website so you can create epic content that ranks on Google (and Pinterest).

Why You Need a Website Reason #7: Credibility

Your website is your digital storefront.

I don’t know about you, but if I’m looking for a service (like getting my nails done) and the business doesn’t have a website, I’m likely to go somewhere else.

Your website is your home where people can expect to find contact info, reviews, a list of products, pricing, and more.

A standard Facebook page doesn’t give a good enough idea of what the company is all about or detailed info on products or services.

Conclusion:

Facebook fan pages are great, but if you want a thriving business, you need a website.

Facebook can be a place where you build a relationship with your audience (specifically Facebook groups, because as stated above, pages don’t get great organic traffic).

Your website should be your home base. It’s where the party happens.

Your website is where you have 100% control over the look and feel, you can get prospective clients into your sales funnel, have greater credibility, have the ability to run retargeting ads on Facebook, and generate free traffic.

Did you enjoy this post? Leave me a comment below with something you learned (or another topic you’d love me to cover) and be sure to grab my free cheat sheet to get more leads with Pinterest!

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How to Manifest Anything You Want with Manifestation Babe Kathrin Zenkina Episode 021

How to Manifest Anything You Want with Manifestation Babe Kathrin Zenkina Episode 021

Episode 21 Show Notes

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Today we’re chatting with the manifestation babe herself, Kathrin Zenkina. She is a master mindset coach, and founder of Manifestation Babe, an exploding brand in the personal development space. Finding herself broke,  frustrated and in debt in 2016, she set out to transform her finances using spiritual principles, modeling the behavior patterns of successful entrepreneurs, and using her own nifty mindset hacks. In 18 months she built up her following, authored and sold 15,000 book copies, created her “Rich Babe” program, all while scaling her 7 figure business and traveling the globe with her fiancé. Teaching is her passion, showing ambitious entrepreneurs how to build a hustle free business, live a life by design, and attract money with grace and ease while living in a perpetual state of gratitude and love. Enjoy!

Takeaways:

  • Two years ago Kathrin was in debt. Her intuition told her that she needed so much change in her life. So she listened to that voice in her head, and thats when she started on the path to success.
  • Kathrin had so many dreams and ambitions, but kept wondering why things kept going wrong in her life. Implementation and taking action was what she was missing. She trained herself to take leaps of faith.
  • Decide to live your life as if your success is inevitable! If you do this, you will show up every day as the best version of yourself, with confidence, not doubt.
  • If something isn’t going to empower you, it’s not valuable. Everything is a choice, and what you decide to do with it.
  • When you grow up constantly hearing something, your subconscious mind picks it up. When you want to create something, you need a belief system to go with it.
  • If you say an affirmation enough, your mind starts to believe it. At first Kathrin struggled with affirmations about money especially, but as she repeated it to herself, her mind started to believe it, and it started to manifest into her life.
  • The way you make new connections in your affirmations is by changing your intensity. Say it loud and proud, not slouched in the mirror! If you say it enough, you’ll start to actually believe it.
  • Setting goals is so important. Kathrin gives an example of weight lifting. If your goal is to lift 200 lbs, you don’t go up and try to lift that if you’ve never lifted anything smaller. Definitely not- you start small nd work your way up. It’s the same thing in business. Set big goals, but know that it takes steps to get there.
  • Success doesn’t come from perfectionism, it comes from consistency. 
  • When you stop worrying about things, and let go of the outcome, that’s when it manifests. Don’t try to do the universes job. Even if you don’t know when or how something can happen, figure out your what and why- those are the things you can control.
  • The goal of manifestation is to get into such a level of certainty where you’re already the version of yourself that already has it.
  • If you have something in your heart (business, in love, family etc) that means you have everything you need to make it happen. It’s within you. So if you have the desires, you ned to take the inspired action, and trust that it will happen.
  • If you were just getting by, you wouldn’t be able to make a bigger impact. Kathrin tells us we need to accept where it is in life that we can make an impact. Not everyone has the same skillsets. No one benefits off of you just getting by.

Highlights:

  • (2:33) A little more about Kathrin Zenkin
  • (3:20) Where was Kathrin before all her success started?
  • (10:50) The top rules that Kathrin uses to manifest into her reality.
  • (12:05) What are some of the limiting beliefs Kathrin grew up with, and how did she overcome those things?
  • (15:50) How Kathrin made affirmations for her beliefs, and how it helped.
  • (16:30) What was her most repeated affirmation?
  • (18:20) What are the differences between incantations and affirmations?
  • (23:02) Where does energy come from? (One of the most important lessons Kathrin learned!)
  • (23:59) Set your goals high, but how can you break that down to reasonable steps?
  • (27:35) Kathrin’s morning rituals: full of good vibes, setting intentions, and staying motivated.
  • (31:16) What Kathrin listened to when she wanted to convince herself she was worthy of success.
  • (37:40) Finding what gets you into a sense of certainty. Everyone has a different way to inspire them, find yours.
  • (38:56) Can you manifest anything?
  • (41:29) What’s one thing Kathrin thinks everyone should know about setting a goal and making it happen?
  • (42:30) One thing Kathrin wishes she would have known early on in her journey.
  • (44:23) Talking about doubting yourself, and how it’s toxic to success.
  • (51:50) What’s next for Kathrin Zenkina
  • (52:35) What’s the 10,10,10 rule that Kathrin made for herself?
  • (55:28) How to connect with Kathrin!

Quotes:

“I was already living my worst case scenario, so I made a pact with myself at that time. For the next 12 months…I’m going to move on with my life as if my success is inevitable.”

Decide to live your life as if your success is inevitable!”

“The best is yet to come”

“Life is always happening for me, not to me.”

“I’m a multi-millionaire just for being my most authentic self.”

“I always felt like there was some sort of disconnect between me and wealth.”

Success doesn’t come from perfectionism, it comes from consistency.” 

“I’m so happy and grateful “money”-bob proctor

“When I’m taking action, thats how I manage my fear.”

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Listen to Episode 018: How You Can Use Pinterest to Create Passive Income

Listen to Episode 019: How Exactly I Earned 49,000 in 5 Days

Listen to Episode 021: How to Prepare and Execute Your Launch (with Stacy Tuschl)

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How To Prepare and Execute Your Launch with Stacy Tuschl: Episode 20

How To Prepare and Execute Your Launch with Stacy Tuschl: Episode 20

Episode 20 Show Notes

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Today’s episode is a great one. I’m interviewing Stacy Tuschl. We’re talking all about launching. How to launch your next course or program, how to pre launch, how to launch when you don’t have a program yet! Stacy is a high performance coach and business mentor, best selling author, speaker, creator of the podcast and community, She’s Building Her Empire, where she helps entrepreneurs break through their challenges, operate at their highest potential, and create self sustaining businesses. She’s so passionate about helping women to be unapologetically themselves, and create a legacy they can be proud of! There’s some great stuff in here, I can’t wait to share it with you. Enjoy!

Takeaways:

  • All a launch is, is promoting something for your business at that moment in time.
  • There is no urgency when we just leave something up on our site for people to buy. When there are limited spots, or space available, it creates urgency where people get out their cards and buy.
  • Stacy’s favorite launch is a 5 day challenge. The excitement is when people get so involved, and creates a community. It’s great for launching in the moment.
  • Never EVER think you’re not big enough or don’t have a product to launch. People hold themselves back by thinking this way. You can solve all these problems by launching.
  • You have to put the work behind your business if you want it to work quickly. It doesn’t have to take long to start making money in your business.
  • NEVER sit on your ideas. Stacy told a story of a woman who made $7,000 who said she had been sitting on that idea for a year. She could have made that money 12 months ago if she had just done it. Why wait?
  • A failed launch is so valuable. You learn about your audience- what they want, what they don’t price points, and the insight you gain is so worth it. Failure is FEEDBACK!
  • A pre-launch is so important. You need to warm up your audience and make sure your freebie goes along with your challenge. Therefore, you know that the people who are opting in are there for what you’re selling.
  • Three steps to focus on in your PRE LAUNCH:
    • 1. What is the product,
    • 2. What would be a great challenge to sell that product
    • 3. What would be a great freebie to get people excited for that challenge
  • Once you know people are buying your launch, then you can start building your course around it. It’s okay if you haven’t made your full course yet, and you’ve started selling. Thats a great thing! Let people chat with each other, and give people something to do (homework) where you can ask what people want out of the program. That will help you gain insight, and get them feeling confident that they bought your program.

Highlights:

  • (1:34) A little more about Stacy, and how she started out as an entrepreneur.
  • (5:32) Stacy talks a little more about launching.
  • (7:25) Why does she think launches are so crucial for a business?
  • (8:40) Different styles of launching that you can do.
  • (10:20) How do you get people into your challenges?
  • (11:50) What are some of the biggest mistakes Stacy’s seen when someones launching.
  • (15:25) Why you should stick with it. Don’t sit on your ideas. Even if it doesn’t happen over night, don’t give it up.
  • (17:45) What should you do if you do a launch and no one buys it, and how a a failed launch can be a great thing?
  • (19:05) Pre Launch: How to do it, where it starts, and what steps to take to prep for the best launch.
  • (21:55) How long should your Pre Launch be?
  • (25:00) Why you should do a launch first, then build your course around it.
  • (27:58) What’s next for Stacy?
  • (29:10) Where can we find Stacy, and keep in touch?

Quotes:

“I get really excited talking about the online space, because the opportunity is so huge, and it’s for everyone.”

“Launch can be a really scary word, just think of the word promotion.”

“If you want to grow your list you have to give people a reason to opt in.”

“If you do it the right way, you can make money immediately in your business.”

“It can happen quickly.”

“Stop getting ready to get ready.”

“If you don’t have feedback, and you are sitting at home for a year trying to create this perfect product, all you’ve done is postpone a better product and program that you could have been selling this second.”

“The longer the runway, the better the launch is going to be.”

Resources:

Instagram: @StacyTuschl

She’s Building Her Empire (podcast)

shesbuildingherempire.com

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4 Essential Business Systems Every Entrepreneur Needs

4 Essential Business Systems Every Entrepreneur Needs

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Today, let’s talk time-saving business systems.

You’re busy right? It’s really freaking hard to get a business off the ground, especially when there’s SO MUCH TO DO and you’re doing it ALL. #beenthere

Over the past several years in business, I’ve created some epic time-saving systems for my business and today, I wanted to share it all with you.

These business systems save me tons of time to do other stuff…like create content…or go shopping in France =)

Here’s a breakdown of the business systems I want to cover in today’s post:

  1. Pen & paper brain dump
  2. Outsource (Fiverr, Upwork)
  3. Tools & Automation (Calendly, Trello, Tailwind, Zapier, Meet Edgar)

Business Systems #1: Pen and paper brain dump

Before I do anything, I do a massive brain dump in my planner. What are my top goals for the year? For the month? Then I break it down to each week, then each day. What must happen for my biz to move forward?

I create a list, look it over, and see if anything needs to be outsourced (step 2) or if it’s something that I can (and should) do.

The braindumps are everything. It feels really freaking overwhelming when you have a bazillion ideas and thoughts going through your head…so grab a planner and just dump it all out.

Then you can decide what are the money-making activities? What are the top 3 things that YOU need to do today?

Business Systems #2: Outsource

Outsourcing is an essential part of having successful business systems in place. And before you tell me you can’t afford to outsource, you need to hear me out.

How long does it take you to do the tech stuff, or create a simple graphic for your biz? What if you could hire someone on Fiverr to do it for you for $5? Wouldn’t it be worth it?

My first assistant was in the Philippines (in fact I still use him) and I paid him less than $7/hour for 10 hours a week. He was able to take over all the annoying tech things I hated, so I could spend more time creating content.

If you need a one time job, fiverr.com is a great place to search for what’s called ‘gigs’. You pay by the project.

Upwork and indeed.com are where I hired my two virtual assistants and our team’s social media manager.

Like I said, I didn’t have a huge budget when I was first starting, so I only had a VA for 10 hours/week. Now we have two VAs on the team and I would seriously be lost without them.

Think about alllll the things you do in your business. What can you take off of your plate?

When I sat down and thought about the things that ONLY I can do, it came down to being the face of our company.

I need to:

  • Be on Facebook live
  • Write content for my blog/podcast (although some people hire content writers, I haven’t gotten to that point, nor do I think I will want to)
  • Record podcasts/Alexa skills
  • Write Instagram captions (although I could have someone take transcriptions of other content I’ve created in the past)
  • Create content for courses
  • Be on client/group coaching calls

I can outsource:

  • Schedule podcast interviews
  • Pitch to get on podcasts
  • Customer service emails
  • Create graphics
  • Design slides for webinars
  • Edit & upload the podcast
  • Edit and upload Alexa Skills
  • Edit and upload youtube videos
  • Create insta stories
  • Set up automations in our email provider
  • Copywriting for our launches/programs
  • Designing sales pages/opt-in pages
  • WordPress updates
  • Create and upload pins to Pinterest and Tailwind

I’m sure there’s way more that our team does but that’s all I can come up with now 😉

Did I use to do ALL the things on the outsource list? You betcha. But as my biz grew, I invested back into it. See this post for examples of what I invested in. 

And now I can have a thriving business AND a life.

Business Systems #3: Tools & Automation

How can you create epic systems in your business so you can spend less time working?

I want to share a few of the systems we use in our business to get more done.

Calendly

Calendly is an online scheduling site. Just send your team members or clients the link to schedule an appointment with you. It’s super easy to use and I would be seriously lost without it.

Cost: $10/month

Trello

Trello is a program we use to communicate within our team, and also how I organize my entire life.

We have podcast/blog workflows, our launch plan, I even put my goals, to-do lists, and everything else in there. Obsessed.

Cost: FREE (and priceless)

Tailwind

Tailwind is life!!! I LOVE the company (and even have a bonus with one of the higher-ups in Pin with Purpose). 

Tailwind is a Pinterest scheduling app, but it does SO MUCH for my account and is the BEST thing ever (in my opinion). You don’t have to spend all day on Pinterest to get results, and Tailwind is one of my secret weapons.

Cost: Free, with upgrades (I pay for all the tribes upgrades)

Zapier

Zapier allows you to automate your work flow between apps. Basically, you can set up multiple jobs for it to do, like share your new blog post to Facebook and Twitter automatically.

Zaps that I’ve created:

  • Add new students to a Trello board so I know who and how many people have purchased a particular program
  • Upload Instagram posts to Pinterest
  • Auto post new youtube videos on Twitter/Facebook
  • Auto post all pins to Twitter

and a lot more!

Cost: free with paid upgrades

Active Campaign

You’re building your email list…right?? So you need an email marketing system to set up auto responders, follow up emails, send out blog broadcasts, etc. There are a bunch of different ones out there (Mail Chimp, Constant Contact, Infusion Soft…) but I moved over to Active Campaign this year when I wanted a better automation system for our email funnels.

We used to use AWeber, and I’ve recommended MailChimp to my students who are on a budget because MailChimp is free up to 2,000 subscribers.

Cost: Starts at $17/month, as your email list grows, the cost will increase.

Meet Edgar

Meet Edgar is what I upgraded to a few months ago for scheduling my social media content.

The reason I prefer Meet Edgar is that it saves all of the content you upload and recycles it for you.

Most people aren’t going to see all of your posts, nor are they going to remember that you posted that 6 months ago.

This is a MASSIVE time saver.

Before Meet Edgar, I set up a zap where any posts I made on Facebook would save to an Evernote doc, so I had all the content saved, but I needed to take the time to re-upload it.

Cost: $49/month

Buffer

Buffer is what I used to use to pre-schedule all of my social media content (Meet Edgar wasn’t in the budget just yet). You can download the Chrome extension and schedule posts from any site, plus you can schedule the same post to go in multiple places (like your fan page and a group).

Cost: $10/month

Planoly

Want your Instagram feed to look super cohesive? Plan it out before you post your content! Planoly allows you to upload your pics and actually place them in your grid before you post so you can see how it will look. It also let’s you schedule Instagram pics and post right from the app. #sweet

Cost: free with paid upgrade options

Voxer

How did I live without Voxer?! It’s basically like a walkie talkie app!! I hate texting #truth so being able to send voice messages super easily is amazing.

Cost: free!

Shoeboxed

It’s an app where you can take pictures of your receipts, and it will categorize it. Super helpful come tax time, and a bonus is that you don’t have to save a bunch of receipts!

Honestly, this one is priceless come April.

Cost: Starts at $4.99/month

Whew! You still with me?

I knew this is a lot, but when I sat down to think about all of the business systems we’ve set up to save time, I wanted to share it alllll with you.

Here’s a recap of the business systems we have in place:

  1. Pen & paper brain dump
  2. Outsource (Fiverr, Upwork)
  3. Tools & Automation (Calendly, Trello, Tailwind, Zapier, Meet Edgar)

Is this helpful? Let me know in the comments below.

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Exactly How I Earned 49,000 in 5 Days with my Online Course Launch: Episode 019

Exactly How I Earned 49,000 in 5 Days with my Online Course Launch: Episode 019

Episode 19 Show Notes

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Today I’m getting vulnerable. I’m sharing with you how exactly I earned 49,000 in 5 days with my online course. If it helps you, I’m more than happy to do it. I’m going to be getting down to the nitty gritty.

Takeaways:

  • Get scrappy! Even if you don’t have an add budget, you know people
  • Even if only one person buys your course, treat it no different. Give 100% for them.
  • When I did a launch, I was also making money from other sources. Try not to go into debt in your launch.
  • My first two launches were a learning experience
  • My thought process- Typical cost per lead is between 3-6$. So I knew if I spent 10,000 on adds I could get about 2,000 registered for the challenge. I knew I converted at 5.5% last time.
  • I hired a Facebook add strategist. It sounds dumb but it helped like you wouldn’t believe.
  • I got 1800 people in the challenge. By day 2, people were telling me they didn’t know what i’d be selling day 5 but I
  • Be flexible. Some people told me they couldnt afford it, so I altered the price for a few people so they could do it. I believe in my course. I know it would help people, so I wanted to make it accessible.
  • Think BIGGER! Theres so much potential in the online space. I never thought I could hit this mark, but I did it.
  • Make sure you’re investing in yourself. It’s SO worth it.

Highlights:

  • (2:00) What happened the first time I launched this online course?
  • (4:20) My second launch- what changed, and how did I up my game?
  • (6:25) What are typical conversion rates for a launch?
  • (6:55) My third launch? I did the math and knew what it could be.
  • (7:10) My thought process, and math breakdown for what I though this challenge could be.
  • (9:00) How I interacted with my clients, and reached out via Facebook. It DOES make a difference.
  • (10:20) How did my latest online course do? What did my conversion end up being?
  • (10:32) Lessons learned from launching my challenge.

Quotes:

“One person can bring you more people”

“Don’t be afraid to give away content for free. It’s how you can build trust and a relationship with your clients.”

“Theres no good time to launch, just do it.”

“I still work hard, but I’m able to work smarter and still have a life.”

“Every stage I was at in my business, I invested in it, and I grew.”

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