Getting Leads from Market Research Posts

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How a series of Market Research posts got me 30 leads in 1 week off my social media!

1) Watch the video and model the Market Research template:

  • RESULT
  • TIME
  • PROOF
  • CALL TO ACTION!

Model this template and post on ALL your social media & groups where your target clients reside.

Ask the group admin if the post is OK.

Most will approve since its Market Research. 🙂

Template:

I Need your HELP! I’m creating a new program for coaches on How to Reprogram your Subconscious Mind & Destroy Limiting Money Beliefs so you can make an extra 5K to 20K in profits over the next 30 days!

I’ve been testing a new process that has helped my student Ryan make an extra $18,600 in 23 days from his organic Facebook following.

I’m looking for 5 people to do a quick 10-min market research call with me on the phone.

I’ll make it worth your time and remove your main money block!

You will not be sold anything on this Call!

If you are willing to hop on the phone with me to help me with market research…

You’ll receive a Free Process to help you Increase your cashflow and remove your main Money Block in 1 session.

If you help me with your feedback, I’m happy to help you attract more abundance!

Comment YES below and I’ll message You with the details!

2) As soon as they agree on the call, ask them these questions to gather data and get to the root of their pain:

D.I.C.T.A.T.E. where the conversation goes.

Below are some examples of questions to ask your prospects in order to find out where their pain is:

D (Details) “Interesting, can you tell me more about that?”

I (Interval) “How long has this problem been going on for you?”

C (Cost) “How much has this cost you? I mean personally?”

T (Try & Fix) “What steps have you taken to try to fix this problem?”

A (in-Action) “Do you mind if I ask you what happens if you don’t fix this?”

T (Talk less) Try and keep them talking 80% of the time and you 20% of the time. Ask short questions like, “May I ask, why?”

E (Emotions) “What kind of aggravation has this caused you?”