When you first join a traditional monthly or recurring membership site, you’re excited. Maybe you even go out and tell people how good it is, causing them to also join.
But as time starts to pass, that excitement dies down because either you don’t feel invested or you’re just plain stuck.
What you’ve just experienced in this “hypothetical” situation is what the majority of folks experience whenever they buy products. Those feelings of dissatisfaction result in angry customers, high support costs for you, and refunds.
This is one of the main reasons why continuity programs have short retention rates, typically averaging only 3 months max.
So what’s the solution? How can you prevent these negative feelings in your customers? How can you offer both a community and your great product?
1) They offer a community; 2) They offer access to information, wisdom, advice, and tips; and 3) All of this is available in one centralized area.
For customers, having access to an active Facebook continuity program is appealing because if they ever lose, they know you have their back. They can contact either you or your moderators for help and receive an answer quickly.
Yes, it is true that many people can get caught up in Facebook and allow it to eat all of their time, but the advantages outweigh the possible disadvantages.
Before we get started, I want to make sure that you are given a quick overview of what to expect from this video course and how the system works. You’ll also want to get into the right mindset before jumping in head-first. Additionally, we’ll discuss the three most important priorities and how to utilize… Read more…