Boost Your First Branding Post

Day 16 – 🚀 BOOST Your First Facebook Branding Post

Day 16 – Boost Your Business LIVE!  BOOST Your First Facebook Branding Post

What’s a branding post and why do I need to do this?

Get the entire 30-day series here: https://hometownrevolution.com/forums/byblive/

Did you watch Day 15 – Custom Audiences on Facebook? Watch this one before you boost that first post!

 

Transcript:

Hi everyone. It’s Pat and Angie Cherubini with hometown revolution

That’s true. I’m always trying to get this correct. Today is boost your business in 30 days, episode number or day number 16,

16, baby. Now is when we start to get technical and serious. And this is the pillar too.

So this is boosting, your first branding post. So,

So what is it, what does the branding post? This is the start of our strategy that we use for our local clients. That is how to start off getting the word out and amplifying the fact that you exist. Because as we’ve talked about before, we know that having a profile is one thing. Having a business page is another, but anything you post on there doesn’t get very much reach, right? So we want to put out a certain type of, it’s a very basic branding post, and then we boost it to amplify it. So we get more people to see what you do. And it’s really simple.

These are the type of posts that we typically do with our agency. Clients are large clients that we have, and we started out with this and it, you know, honestly, we’re bringing this to you based on experience. And these have worked fantastic for four hours.

There’s so much you can do advertising. You can get very technical, but this is a great way to start branding. And I’ll show you what we’re talking about. Yep. Is there any otherwise that we need to cover? I don’t think so. So this is our Facebook page logged in as an admin. So you’re going to see all the extra stuff over here, but we made this simple post right here. This post just basically says, and you can mimic this, but it’s just a simple post saying, this is what we do. This is who we are. This is where we’re located. And now this is what we want you to do next, go to this link. Other than that, it’s really that simple, pretty easy. Use a picture with your face. As you can see

For us, we went a little bit more detailed. I used a website called Canva to create ours. You don’t have to, you can just use, I mean, we, we very well could have just used the picture of us holding the guide. We didn’t need anything.

You know, this is not exactly. We’re not exactly showing you what, you know, a local business are, where we have a download. So we’re a little bit different, you know, we’re making it for you.

You would have a, you know, for your business, you would want your phone number, your call to action on there.

Literally just a picture of you and your team. Smiling, looking at the camera, looking at the camera. So yeah, that’s all it is ours. You can, you can read it there. It’s just us saying, you know, this is what we want to do for you. This is what you need to do to get it. You know, this is who we are.

He tagged us. So you can see that

You can see that. And then the next line is what they’re going to learn and then what to do next. And then we’re, we’re sending it to a separate link, not always our home tab or our homepage, which most of the time, it’s just going to be your homepage when everything’s set up, right? Your pixel is already in there. So anything that you get from this, if they don’t immediately contact you, they still are going to get pixeled and being, you’ll be able to show them a reminder ad later, which we’re going to go over probably tomorrow. Oh, so that’s good. Just make a simple post again. I’ll re recap it. It’s to say who we are, what you do, where you’re located. If you have, you know, most local businesses have a circle, a radius that they actually do business in, and then what you want them to do next.

And then put a picture of you with your smiling face or team or somebody. And that’s it. So this is just a normal post right now. I actually have it. If you click this, you can pin it it’s pan right now. So it’s unpinned which means it stays at the top of this page, which is where I want it right now, because anybody that comes organically, this is the main thing that I want them to see. This is our branding and where I want them to go. Now we’re going to talk about boosting it. Yep. So this one is not boosted. You should have. If you’re an admin of your page, you should have a big blue button that says boost. All you’re going to do is follow the steps that should be your ad account right here. I’m not going to actually do all this, but I’m just going to show you what it is you CIT. I like to choose to get more visitors because I want people to go to the website. You can click whatever you want, make the button, depending on what your goal is. You’ll have different buttons. So I’m just going to click learn more.

That’s our address. We want them going to read this, or we talked about this in another video. If you’re doing anything with credit employment, housing, real estate agents, any of that Redis and make sure that you’re following Facebook’s rules or they will chop your knees off. And then the audience, you probably don’t have any custom audiences set up yet. So you’re going to want to choose people through targeting and just click it, followed the directions, click this pencil. You’re going to edit it. I think I went through this already with some of it, choose your radius. You know you don’t want it to go all over the United States, choose whatever city you’re in. Say Columbus, Ohio was the DMA, Columbus, the city, you know, and then you can slide the slider here. If you want to go tight wide, you can put your address in there. Whatever, however far you want to go. And then you choose the targeting based on whatever services you offer. You know you can put a few, you don’t have to put any, but this is just branding. It’s not focused on getting sales. Exactly. It’s just focused on people, seeing you

All the time and driving back to the, to your website or to the page on your website

And get more information. Once you figure out what you want, you know, you can get more detailed on that. And then you choose how long you want it to run. And this is total budget. Sometimes you’ll have the opportunity to choose a daily budget. Just figure it out, put in how, how long you want. This is something that you should plan on running for, you know, 10 bucks a day for as long as, as you want to run it. As long as it’s getting traffic to your website and getting people that are interested in you, it’s getting it out there. So it’s not a lot. It’s kind of like having a digital billboard and your area. So figuring out what your budget is and it’s trackable and it is trackable. You should have a pixel there. You can turn that pixel on, make sure your methods, right. Payment method and click boost. And that’s it. You are,

It’s really, really not hard.

So it will immediately go into review. It won’t automatically be running, but it’ll show review. You’ll get a notification when it’s done. Whether it, if it got accepted, if it didn’t just follow the rules and, and read the email, they send you and figure out why it happens.

Pat said it. It’s great because this is something that hopefully, you know, for a lot of you businesses out there, this is all you’re going to need. And then the one that we’re talking about tomorrow this is all that you need.

So I didn’t show you this. This is, you know, at what, $400, this is only set at two bucks a day that we’re just screwing around here. But you know, at that, you’re going to get 258 to 746, estimated people seeing it, not clicking on it, not doing anything, but if you’re scrolling through, you’re going to see it. So for a few bucks, you can get an extra 700 people to see your business and your message and have a chance to click on your link

And trust us it, they’re seeing you because you know, those clients that we have that are doing this, when they’ve had to turn it off and turn it back on, they, they can completely see a difference. So whether they’re clicking on your, your ad or not, they’re seeing it, people are seeing it. And it’s a reminder, it’s the same thing. I and I know all of you spend, you know, you think you got to spend money on billboards and, and you know, in different magazines and newspapers and things like that, you know what, yeah, exactly. It’s the same thing.

The more times somebody sees you, the more likely they are to come to you when they need you.

And honestly, think about this, think of it this way. How many people, you know, go to the next event that you’re at, or even at home when you’re sitting at home, where, where is everybody? They’re all on this phone. When they’re driving down the street, they’re not looking at billboards. Whoa, you owe me a Coke anyway. So, you know, think of it that way. It, even though I’m not saying billboards are bad, they’re fine. But number one, they aren’t trackable. And number two, everybody’s looking at their phones. I don’t care what they say. They are, especially in the younger generation. So especially if they’re a passenger. Yeah.

Yeah. So today next, your action step is to write a post, an organic post on your Facebook page, your business page, do the steps that we talked about and boost it, put a few bucks behind it. See what happens. You’re going to get some more traffic to your website. And then tomorrow we’re going to teach you how to set up reminder ads. So once you get to that website, this is where the magic starts to happen. Hometown revolution. It’s about that wheel spinning. Keep that

There is at it again.

That is what we’re going to talk about tomorrow, the reminder ad. And until then, if you have any questions, comments, share, this is all the stuff that helps us, and let us know what you need. And we’ll talk to you tomorrow. Peace.

What the hell is a pixel?

Day 03 – What The Hell Is A Pixel?

In Day 3 of the Boost Your Business In 30 Days LIVE! we talk about the Facebooks.  No matter what you think of it, it’s the big boy of social media and it has the traffic we want.

In order to use Facebook to your advantage you must have a “Page” for your business so that you can run ads.  To power up our ads we use a tool called a Facebook Pixel.  Once you get a pixel you can install it on your website and do things like send an ad to anyone that’s been on you website in the last, say 7 days for example.

Watch as we explain the what and why of Facebook ads.

 

Transcript:

Pat Cherubini:

Hi, everybody. . What’s going on everybody.

Angie Cherubini:

It’s Pat and Angie with hometown revolution and it’s day three of 30. And today’s topic. What we’re going to talk about. We’re still in the build process of your engine, basically. And today’s is about the Facebook business page and pixel. And why the heck do you need these anyway?

Pat Cherubini:

Well, as we’ve talked before, the traffic is on Facebook and when we talk about Facebook and social media, I am more of a visionary and I’m always looking forward. So I’m going to say it’s Facebook right now. It’s not going to always be Facebook. It’s just, what’s working right now. This is first quarter or second quarter of 2021. And Facebook has peaked. I think. So there will be something else, but right now the traffic is in Facebook and you need to get out in front of the traffic. So go play in front of the traffic.

Angie Cherubini:

So we’re, you know, we’re talking about getting a Facebook page and, you know, just if you’re very new to Facebook as a business, or, you know, as a person in general, if you’re, if you’re new to it, which we have met a lot of people that way, that, that are in order to have your business on there, it has to be connected to a profile. It’s just the way it is. And you know, if, if you’re going to have a business page on Facebook, you got to get over that.

Pat Cherubini:

So the differences in, and it’s funny that some people don’t understand and it gets kind of confusing. Your Facebook account is called your personal profile, make it, that is not your business. A lot of people will name that profile as a business. Facebook does not like that. Eventually that’s going to catch up and they’re going to shut that down. It is a personal profile. Then from each personal profile, you can create pages. We call them business pages, but they can be for other things, but it is a page. You cannot have a page unless you have a profile page.

Pat Cherubini:

So this is our Facebook page for hometown revolution. It is connected through my profile. I had to have a Facebook profile on Facebook account that I then created a page. And you can always create a page. If you don’t have a page, you go to your profile up here in the corner is a little triangle. You click shortcuts. And right here is the page. So that is once you click it, you can click over here and create a new page. So it’s pretty easy. You just walked through, you put your information in and then Facebook will try to force you to sign up for WhatsApp over and over again,

Angie Cherubini:

But take a look at the top as well. I mean, when you’re creating this page, think of it as an extension, kind of, of your, of your website and of you. So you want to make sure that that top area has, you know, when people get to your page, they know exactly what they’re getting. If you have, if you’re in the service industry, like a landscaper or a lawn care company, put your phone number on there, put a tracking phone number on there. If you have it, we’ll talk about that later.

Pat Cherubini:

Cover photo is what they call it. So once you have your Facebook page, that is how we run ads. And that’s why we’re talking about this. Because everything we do is about getting more traffic. So we’re trying to get attention, keep attention, and then multiply the attention. And by the multiplication we have to use paid ads. You cannot do that later. You cannot run an ad on Facebook unless you have a page. So it all works in the mind. You got to have a profile, then you gotta have a page. And then what do you need?

Angie Cherubini:

And then

Pat Cherubini:

The thing that sets our system apart is we use Facebook’s business manager to create a pixel. So I guessing most people have heard the word, but may not know what a Facebook pixel is. You want to explain it or you want me to,

Angie Cherubini:

Well, I, I I’ll give you my explanation of it. And then Pat can chime in on that basically to explain it in terms of me being someone that’s not quite as tech savvy as he is. When you go to, okay, you said it, not me, but when you go to a website, I’m sure I know I hear this all the time. Everywhere I go in groups, they’re like, Oh, well, I went to that website and then I went back to Facebook and now I’m seeing all these ads for, you know, whatever they were looking at. And I just look at it. I’m like, yeah, yep. They had a Facebook pixel. That is that’s where the Facebook pixel comes into it.

Pat Cherubini:

So the technical description is Facebook will give you a little piece of code that you install on your website and it’ll be on basically every page. And it’s tracking everybody that ever comes to your website. If that person comes to your website and they have a Facebook account, it will match it. It doesn’t know who it is. It just knows that it’s like this computer that has a number has been to this page and this page, but not this page. So what that allows us to do in business manager and the ads of Facebook is run ads to people that have already been to your website. So if there, the theory behind this is if they’re interested enough to go to your website and learn about you, it’s probably a good idea to stay in front of them by showing them more ads so they can come and learn more about you eventually hopefully become a lead and then a customer.

Angie Cherubini:

It’s not a bad thing. It’s not a negative thing. I hear way too much about that and how negative it is. It’s it’s just getting the products in front of you, products that you’re interested in. I’ve heard, you know, many people at the gym, they’re, they’re all talk about leggings and stuff like that. And then they’re, they’re shown more companies that offer it. It, it makes it easier. So don’t think of it as a bad thing.

Pat Cherubini:

So that’s, that’s why you need a pixel. And it’s a little bit more complicated. That will be another training we have inside of our course for our members, our members, the only course we’re going to be doing lots of pixel training. And it’s one of those things. It’s very technical, but once it’s set up, which is not easy, it’s, step-by-step once you’d set it up, it’s set and forget

Angie Cherubini:

And touch it again. When it comes back to your, you know, let’s get back to your page as well and setting up your page don’t be afraid to tell people what you do on there. And don’t be afraid to tell people on your profile, what you do when you share your business page. We get that a lot from people being afraid to, to share their, you know, what they do their business on Facebook. It trust me, you think it’s a lot that you’re sharing it. It’s really not because there are so many posts that are going on to Facebook. Every single second people are not seeing you that much

Pat Cherubini:

People are afraid to come off. Like they’re bragging. And I get it. Cause we were kind of like that too. You don’t want to feel like you’re bragging all the time, but if you’re not telling people all the time and I think you think you’re saying too much, but the truth is they’re not thinking about you at all. So you have to keep putting yourself out in front.

Angie Cherubini:

Right? Right. Most definitely. Let’s see.

Pat Cherubini:

So we talked about the Facebook page.

Angie Cherubini:

Well, we talked about that. People getting sick of seeing the business. Oh. And you know, then I hear a lot of people say they don’t have time to manage. I don’t have time to manage the messages and, and all the comments and stuff like that. It, it, you know, it is another part of your business. It is overwhelming, but there are, there are systems out there. We have one, there are systems that can help you manage that. So just know that, that there are things out there that can help you manage those you know, all the messages that are coming in from all the different ways on social media. Yeah.

Pat Cherubini:

It’s, it’s all about simplifying, making things faster and more catching them, catching them in there and reel them in. So you don’t have to spend so much time. You can spend more time working in the business rather than on the business,

Angie Cherubini:

But just realize it’s important. I mean, do it from the get-go because again, like we said on the website on doing the website, we talked about that yesterday. Same thing with Facebook. If you don’t do it in the very beginning and take the time, take those few minutes to do it and make it look good and put all the descriptions and all the information on that sidebar of your business page. It doesn’t take long do it. It’s done. And then you’re set and ready to roll.

Pat Cherubini:

So to recap yesterday, we talked about having your website. Hopefully you have one, if not, you’re thinking about getting one. Yep. You got a Facebook profile, which you’re watching this probably on Facebook, maybe YouTube, but you have to have a Facebook profile, get a page going and start thinking about running an ad. So if you have that pixel set up great. If you don’t, you can Google it, figure it out, or we can help you in the forums. If you want to join a group, let me shine right there. Yep. Hometown revolution.com/group. That’s one way the other one is hometown revolution.com/forum. And you can also start to learn about Justine the lead machine. Oh yeah. So that is basically the end of today. I think we got anything else you wanna talk?

Angie Cherubini:

No, I think that that’s it. And tomorrow we’re going to lightly go over briefly, go over Google, Google my business. Yep. Another big one,

Pat Cherubini:

A big thing that you need that you just like free traffic, but you have to set it up right from the start.

Angie Cherubini:

And we’ll talk about that. We’ll talk about that tomorrow. Well, we won’t tell you any more today. You got to join us today.

Pat Cherubini:

Get your Facebook page, set up, start thinking about a pixel. Any questions? Does it help with that? Jump in the forums and we’ll help you out and comment below.

Angie Cherubini:

I think that’s it. We’ll see you tomorrow. Clear as mud.

Get a website dang it!

Day 02 – Get A Website Dang It!

Welcome to day 2 of the Boost Your Business In 30 Days LIVE!

Pillar #1 is “The Build”.  Getting a website build is paramount in the build process.  Not having one just ain’t right.  You have to have 1 place to send prospects to and that place should be able to collect information.

Get ‘r done!

If you missed day 1 you can find it here.

Transcript:

Pat Cherubini:

Hey, everybody. Welcome to day two of boost your business. In 30 days, I am Pat Cherubini with me today is Angie Cherubini. And today we’re going to continue our 30 days in a row of helping you boost your business. And today we’re going to be talking about

Angie Cherubini:

Websites and the build, actually the build building the machine.

Pat Cherubini:

So as we talked yesterday a little bit, we’ve got three pillars that we talk about. It’s build it. It’s the build, the traffic and the followup. And the build is just like building a house. You’ve got to have the foundation. You got to build everything before we call it a machine. You got to build the machine before you can dump the gas in it. So we’re ready to build the machine.

Angie Cherubini:

It’s the most important, I think it’s like one of the most important parts of everything, you know, when you’re, when you’re talking about anything online, you talking about any, if you’re talking about anything in regards to marketing it, it’s number one. It’s the big thing. So let’s go ahead and dive into it. So, you know, you need to think of the website as it’s your hub. I mean, you, it’s the main place. It’s where you want to send people. So it’s important and it should be one of those things. When you’re starting a business, it should be one of those things that you, you don’t even think twice about it. It is the most important place. It it’s like having, it’s like having a building. Yeah.

Pat Cherubini:

And there are crazy stats that, you know, what is this? 2021? And it’s like, I think the last time I heard 56% of small businesses, don’t have a website coming from website. We’ve had a website company for a long time, over 23 years. And it’s just crazy. And we run into it all the time. I can’t believe they have a website and the one of the big issues today when they don’t have a website, they act like Facebook is their website.

Angie Cherubini:

Oh yeah. That’s that is that. That was down on my list. That’s one of the big things that, and it shocks me. I even had that happen today. I, we have a guy that does our dry driveway that seals our driveway. And I was talking to him and I, you know, I got his card and I asked him, do you have a website? Cause he didn’t have it on there. And he said, well, no, no, but I have my Facebook page. And I looked at him and I, I said, you know, how long are you going to have that? They could take that away from you at any moment. And we all know that based on this past year, anything can happen. So what we say is own your data and what’s that, what’s that line that you always say, okay,

Pat Cherubini:

On the race course, it comes from one of my mentors. James, he’s been talking about it for years and years. You just have to own it. You have to own your own website. Facebook is great for business and driving. The traffic is there. That’s where the people are there, but it can’t be your only thing because you can’t say you can’t find the data. You can’t email everybody. And if you know anything about a Facebook page, if you’ve had it for a while, everybody thinks that if you have a Facebook page, if you make a post on it, that all of your fans see it, B S

Angie Cherubini:

And we’ll go into that more next week because that’s in 3%. I said, next week tomorrow, I’m not used to doing a day

Pat Cherubini:

30 days, even when we’re on vacation.

Angie Cherubini:

So, you know, a big thing when, when you start your business or if you already have a business and you’re, you know, you’re now just starting to think, I need to get myself online, get a domain name. That’s huge as well. Yeah. We, we like to use GoDaddy we’ve we’ve used them for years and they’ve been great. So we understand it. There’s a lot of places out there that you can get it, but GoDaddy really is very easy and very inexpensive. Another error that I see people or mistake that they make is that they’ll get a website through Squarespace or they’ll get a website through Wix, which honestly, over the years of, of building websites. Now, those platforms are phenomenal at being able to build a website, but you got to take that one step after it and connect a domain name to it. That way it makes it yours. Because once you have, once you have your information out on the web, the problem being, if you don’t have your own domain name is the search engines will pick you up with that string of let’s say, if my website was Angie’s apples, and if I add Angie’s apples.wix.com, that’s, what’s going to show up in the search engines. What if I change my platform in a year, then all, then all those links are bad. So you don’t want to do that. You want to connect your domaining.

Pat Cherubini:

It’s called branding that your brand needs to be consistent from the end. You might as well do it. When the day you start, you start with the domain name, getting the.com is not especially easy all the time, but get something close. It doesn’t have to be.com anymore. If you can do that even.io.com, they’re all easy. It’s all kinds of people are clicking on a link more than they’re typing it in. So it’s better to have something that doesn’t have a bunch of dashes and somebody else’s brand and your branding wicks. If it’s, Angie’s Apple’s dot wix.com your brand, you know, basically you’ve divided the branding in half and you’re paying them to advertise for them. So our, our general feeling is own everything that you can,

Angie Cherubini:

And, and not only that is. And, you know, I was talking about the, the Wix and the Squarespace and those kinds of those kinds of builders, which that’s something that I, you know, we get a lot of questions about. And I get, when I’m redoing people’s sites, I’m redoing sites that have been either built in, in those builders. They’re good. I’m telling you that they are good. There’s a lot of good builders out there. WordPress, all of them we’ve used them all. So I, you know, I would say those are good. You know, if you use any of them, you can, you can use our system that we have. We have a website builder as well. The big thing about it is it’s connected with a lot of, a lot of different bonuses to be able to drive traffic. And, you know, we’ll go into that later, but yeah.

Pat Cherubini:

And it’s also nice. If you have an eye for design to sit down and try to design something, it’s not as easy as you think we can help you, but having it is the most important part. Yeah.

Angie Cherubini:

Yeah. It’s definitely. And do it, do it first, because I think that the hard part, at least for those of you that are starting a business that are out there and maybe watching this, get that going right away, because a lot of times, and I’ve seen it. It was so many of our clients, they get going with getting their business going. And the website is like the last thing that they think about. And it really needs to be one of those first things you think about because it takes a lot more planning than what you think. So get it going in the beginning, take the extra steps to get it connected, right?

Pat Cherubini:

Oh, so you want to show him what one looks like and what you should have for, you know, some good results, especially if you have it at the beginning, it’s easy to say, you know, give me a call. But if you say, go to my website and then once they do, they can actually enter information and get ahold of you and save the information, makes it a whole lot easier to contact them in the future.

Angie Cherubini:

Those are called call to action. You may hear people talk about that. CTA is make sure you have great CPAs. Those are call to actions. And like on this website that you’re looking at grace landscapes, he has a call now button. He has a form and he has a web chat, three things right off the bat that if you’re looking on, you know, if you’re looking on the computer, you see them right away and even mobile, which is another thing you have to make sure that your website looks good mobile. And that you know, when you have it, make sure it is, is viewed mobily and is very nice and very easy. So if you would look at this, if you’re on your phone and you’re looking at Graceland landscapes, you should be able to see his call to actions and his chat feature right there. And it just, it makes it that much more powerful.

Pat Cherubini:

Yep. Everything you do here is saving information that you can, this guy can then basically contact or market to forever. Yeah. It is his list. He owns the domain name and that’s a good example of a domain name. That’s not perfect, but it’s pretty good. Grace-Landscapes.Com anymore. You’re pretty much giving them. We tried very hard to find the one without the dash, but that’s, that’s the best you can do. It’s better. And it can always change. You know, this, this website alone has been updated a couple of times in the past couple of years. Yeah. So you don’t to be perfect. It doesn’t have to be awesome. It just, you just have to start. Yep. So as always, excuse me, if you have comments or questions, comment below. If you comment below, it will, should help Facebook again, show you the next live, which is going to be tomorrow.

Angie Cherubini:

And you know, if I’m just putting this out there, if you are interested in having a website built, you need something built. We do do that. We can do something just like that. Grace landscapes, a website, get in touch with us, go to hometown revolution.com/book. And you can book a call with me. And you know, even if you

Pat Cherubini:

Wrong book,

Angie Cherubini:

If you know, you want to talk about it, you know, get on the phone, talk to them,

Pat Cherubini:

Hometown revolution.com go there. We have forums open to the public. Currently. They won’t be open to the public forever. So it’s basically your direct access to us. If you have any questions, go in there, ask a question and we are in there every day and we’ll answer it.

Angie Cherubini:

Yup. So tomorrow’s video is going to be on Facebook. It’s going to have to do with Facebook.

Pat Cherubini:

Gotcha. So day three tomorrow, we don’t have a specific time. We’re just going when we have time to do it and you should get notified. If you’re not getting notified, click on the three dots at the top, it’ll drop down a thing where you can say, send, get notified if notified of live videos. I am not a professional broadcaster. So is that it tomorrow? Facebook see you then.

 

boost your business in 30 days

Day 01 – Boost Your Business In 30 Days LIVE!

Ever wish you could just be told what to do to grow your business? Buckle up butter cup! Pat and Angie Cherubini are going live over the next 30 days and are going to tell you what to do to create a system so powerful that once set up, (super easy by the way), you just add a little fuel to the fire and watch it spin out new customers.

Join us and see!

Day 01:

Transcript

Angie Cherubini:

Hi, everybody. It’s Pat and Angie Cherubini, with hometown revolution. What’s going on, and we are coming to you guys today because we are going to kind of do something new, kind of putting ourselves out of our comfort zone, really. But, me are going to come live to you for the next 30 days, every single day,

Pat Cherubini:

We’re going to practice what we preach. We tell everybody, all our clients, all our students, everybody, you need to post more often video by far and away is the most traffic on the internet. Yeah. And especially Facebook. So we’re just going to go live. We’re going to start talking about our program that is called boost your business in 30 days. So for the next 30 days starting tomorrow. Yep. You need to make sure you follow us. Get on live and ask questions post later, if not, and we’re going to go step by step and tell you everything that we think you should do in the next 30 days to boost your business

Angie Cherubini:

With with a customer catching system. That’s our, our big tagline. So we’re going to combine what we’re going to do is we’re going to show you how we combine the machine and the strategies and the tips and tricks in order to watch your business grow and help your business grow the way that we do it, the way that we’re going to do it the next 30 days and how we’ve done it for other clients too. And you know, you’ll hear us talk about a lot about the three pillars that we kind of follow along. And if you, if you’ve downloaded our booster business cheat sheet, you’ll, you’ll know it from there. We’ll teach you how to her actually we’ll discuss

Pat Cherubini:

Revolution.Com/Build

Angie Cherubini:

It, how to send traffic to it and then learn how to follow up. Because you just have to do that these days. And I mean, it’s just, it’s a must,

Pat Cherubini:

It’s simple, but it’s not easy. You’ve got to put yourself out there. People, if you have a business, you have to tell people about it. And right now this is the easiest way to do it. And you can do the same thing. So we’re just going to go through step by step. We’re going to show you how to build it or tell you how to build it. And then the traffic, which is a huge part after your machine’s built, we’re going to tell you how to send the traffic and how to get that set up. And we’re going to do the follow-up

Angie Cherubini:

And use to this because we tend to do these sorts of things. And these will not be like professionally done. Well,

Pat Cherubini:

Yeah, we are just hitting the button. There’s a big, scary live button on Facebook, post it and start telling people what you’re going to do. This is what we’re going to do. And we’re good. Yeah.

Angie Cherubini:

Join us. You guys join us. We hope to make it fun. We don’t want to make it boring.

Pat Cherubini:

First trick… comment below. It will give Facebook the indication that you want to see more. So if you don’t like comment or share Facebook assumes that you don’t want to see it again. So if you’ve, if you make a comment below, it’ll help Facebook follow you or follow us. So that’s it for today. I think. Yeah, I think that’s it. So comment below. Let us know if you were here. If you’re at the replay, that’s fine. Comment below. And as always have a question comment below and we’re going to help you out. So ready to boost your business, see you tomorrow. Peace.

It’s easy: all we need is your email.