CLEAR OUT ALL THOSE DULL, BORING POSTS YOU’VE SCHEDULED.
THEY’RE NOT GOING TO BUY YOU THE HELLA EXPENSIVE CHAMPAGNE YOU DESERVE.
Competing with the entire internet means your launch will likely blend into the noise. But creating launch posts that yank them up by their heartstrings every time you publish? Guarantees you won’t.
Pimp your products and services, like a BOSS. Pimp like you aim to bring in the dollas. Because if you don’t? Someone else will.
And when your launch is done, you’ll be sipping on $2 bottles of Schlitz, instead of $2K bottles of Krug Private Cuvée.
Enter your Champagne Launch. And those $2K bottles? Will come from your petty cash.
Stop sounding like everyone else with 6-figure posts that become a part of their souls, a part they can’t forget.
- 25 emotionally targeted posts to spread out across your social channels to make them swoon (and to make your competition irrelevant)
- 10 ad target audiences to maximize your reach beyond the same Facebook groups every is in and get those fresh hearts in your corner
- An editorial calendar of 12 post topic ideas to guide your email and blog campaign during your launch (tying everything together with a satin bow to let them flow in like the champagne you’re ready to pour)
Launching isn’t hard, but it has to be calculated, if you want them begging for your product or service.**
Warning: The words I write? Make money. I use language that makes them wonder how fast they can find your buy button. So, if you’re not ready? Think twice.
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