Selling online has never been more important than right now. If you can sell your product or service anywhere in the world it opens you up for possibilities not typically possible before.
In this episode we break down three ways to sell more, but not in a conventional way or some tactic or strategy route, but a deeper purpose for why you need to sell more and how you can make it happen without adapting some new strategy.
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[00:00:01] This is the marketing natives providing actionable ways to grow, improve and succeed in your business. And now your host, Christian and Aaron.
Aaron [00:00:15] All right. I think your live or life.
Aaron [00:00:19] Thanks so much for jumping in, guys. Those who are watching for the livestream either. I mean, after the Lifestream mother today, we're gonna talk about three ways to sell more online. And it's good because really, really good.
Aaron [00:00:35] Jack Show.
Aaron [00:00:48] All right, we're back. Hey, guys. I see that we have a couple who are live on Facebook right now. I don't know. OK, good. Thanks. If you're jumping in life, please make sure to leave a comment. Let us know that you're here. It's the only way we can really see Facebook. Kind of weird. But for those who don't know, my name is Aaron.
Christian [00:01:06] And my name is Christian. Also, we want to welcome the people watching on YouTube. We're actually streaming live on YouTube as well. So if you're on Facebook and when jump onto YouTube and leave us some comments, I'll be monitoring those comments. So, Hala.
Aaron [00:01:22] Yes. And I'll be monitoring everything over on Facebook or do my best anyway. It's just a little weird right now. But OK, now I got it. It's perfect. All right. Perfect. So we're going to have about three, three ways to sell more in line, and it won't encourage encourage everybody to drop some comments below if you have anything specific to your business. We're going to at least no matter what, cover the three that we have here. But if you have something specific, feel free to leave a comment. I think we've also worked out any type of bugs that we have where you could jump on live with us. And it's that's more of your cup of tea to do something like that.
Aaron [00:02:02] You can do it right.
Aaron [00:02:05] So number one we have here is I guess. Let me preface this by saying that this is probably not the three ways to sell more online that you're thinking of like a better product descriptions or like better like service copy or like. It's not that type of selling more online. It's like the you you have to be doing. But it's not like the tactic type things. It's more of the strategy that needs to be put in place. So I want to give a little bit ground for that. So number one is to have a cohesive content strategy. And this is something I was talking about with Christians. I think it's finally coming into place for us, which is we had content that was all over the place. And I look back at our Facebook and Instagram, we put out a ton of content. And Christians said this from game like we do. We put out a lot of content, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube. We've done that from the very beginning of the company. And I remember when we did our blabs shows, we used to do blab live videos five days a week and we would livestream for like, what, two or three hours? Sometimes it closer to an hour.
Christian [00:03:15] There were times where people would jump in and yeah, it would for sure. Definitely stay a little bit longer because just the platform allowed it to just be so easy and seamless for people to jump in real quick, say a few things, or stay there forever and talk to us. We're just gonna cool. It was more of a. Like a conference call with strangers.
Aaron [00:03:38] I guess there isn't anything out there right now like that to, like, blab. For those of you, probably nobody remembers blathers a very small community. But I don't think there's anything else like that. But we used it. My point is that we used to create a bunch of content and it never really had like the overall message was like, hey, you should market more or hey, you should like use our services or we're gonna add value to you by doing tutorials and we're gonna talk about websites where and talk about marketing. We're gonna talk about these types of Web sites. We gonna talk about this type of marketing. And we were just like all over the place. It was scattered and a lot of people were like, oh, you have a bunch of content. So I think it added validity to our company when we were very early on because we were young. And so they're like, are they talk about a bunch of stuff. So they probably know what they're talking about and they put out a bunch of content. So that's probably true. But at the end of the day, it wasn't a cohesive, like focused message, which is probably a mistake. Well, I mean, we learned from it. Hopefully you're not learning from it, but that is that you should be selling to one group or one person. Looks like we have Susan Jones. Hey, Susan. Thanks for jumping in live. And Frederique. Hey, good to see you. It's probably a different time zone for you right now. I don't know what time is it for you right now.
Aaron [00:05:04] But, yeah. Thank you guys for jumping in. Make sure I leave a comment.
Aaron [00:05:10] But I guess that the whole point from this is that we offered a bunch of different services and we've narrowed them down to a couple of services. I think the creative sides a little bit different. But the marketing side is we're just literally going to focus on like one, maybe two products versus like a ton of different things. And what we can do that we can have an easier, cohesive message and it doesn't confuse people. And I think we should have seen the writing on the walls. And maybe you were watching afterwards, probably see this as well, which is you tell people about your product and service all the time, but they still don't get it or they're so like trying to figure something out. And you feel like you've told them like hundreds of times and they're still confused and they still can't tell it to people what you do. That's when, you know, your message is not necessarily like cohesive.
Christian [00:06:01] I think for us. For example, we do we have a plethora of different things that we could offer our clients. Right. And towards the beginning and to be honest of up to last year, we just listed all these services and we talked about all these services. Like people knew that we had all these stuff, all this all these services and that we offered all this up in the we were experts on all of these things. So it's a pretty long list. Now, I think what we're trying to say here with one focused message is that some of those services that we offer, we could sort of package into like a program or a more solid solution based service for our clients so that we can again just focus on that one thing. Right. So if you have a bunch of different services, then what we recommend is that you focus on one, just pick one and. Just do content for that one service. And then the next two items that we're going to talk about here, the next the next two ways to sell more online. You'll kind of narrow it down a little bit more. Right. So I think for this first one, I would say create. Content for this one service, maybe it's your most profitable service. But just focus on the one thing. And so you don't want to confuse your audience. And it will make a little bit more sense when we talk about the next few ones. But the strategy here is, I think one one, one. Right. We have a.
Aaron [00:07:43] It's a slide in the webinar that's going to be out there. The free training. Yeah.
Christian [00:07:48] So also want to face like the way that we're saying sell more online. You might think that it's a like I'm selling candles. So we need to sell more candles online. I think we're sell more assist. You could be selling your services. You could be selling a physical product. You'd be selling anything. It's just a matter of using this strategy to just be more, I guess, productive on your on your online efforts.
Aaron [00:08:17] Absolutely. And shout out to Matthew for the the like. I think he's on his own line right now. Still hasn't come on live with us. But we do appreciate him jumping on for each one.
Aaron [00:08:32] Maybe if he was a true fan, he would jump over to YouTube as well. But I just wanted to call him out. I think that it's one other thing to point on to this. Number one before we move on is that when you do that, it makes things easier. Like it just you figure out what type of content you need to create because it's all focused around that one thing. Like you can figure out all the benefits and the features and all the things that you can offer to your point. The problem that was there and then now the solution, you can you easily know what the solution is. But if you do a bunch of different types of marketing, like, for example, if we were trying to sell a Web site, that's a different solution then and then a marketing service or like if you were gonna do a Web site versus a new logo, again, that's a different solutions. You have to spread that. And now it's like our Facebook page says one thing, our Instagram page has another saying, oh, and by the way, on YouTube, we're talking about something different. So when people go to all those different places, they don't have a cohesive message. And from what I've understood, it actually hurts your brand because there isn't any consistency with it. I also just as a side note, I read this other day using Christian, but like we have multiple pictures of ourselves on our Web site and it's like our professional site. And then like the fun site. That's actually good because somebody actually made a comment about it this week, one of our clients. But why it's also good is that they said that if you have the same profile picture everywhere, it's like good brand consistency. But it doesn't build loyalty as much as people seeing you on multiple platforms and seeing you in different venues or avenues or whatever it may be, because if they see you like Christian with a headshot over here and then it's Facebook pages like him and like Megan and then he has something else on YouTube or whatever. But if they see you like that, then it they feel like they already, quote unquote, know you. And so it's more of like a trusting factor, like, oh, I've seen him at the beach before.
Aaron [00:10:37] So I know him and oh, I've seen those like you're or you're a real person instead of this bot that has like the same picture on all your platforms.
Aaron [00:10:44] Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And so I think that goes along with the the messaging part of things too is it's a little bit more so focused on being everywhere, being on those one places but. Yeah, I just think it's the trust factor. So the cohesive message across to all your platforms, which will quickly tell you to move on to number two here, which is to only pick one platform right now and that it doesn't matter. So number two is to choose one thing and stick with it. And the reason for that is because if you try to do too much too soon, like if you're just starting out or if you're just moving to this new way, it can be overwhelming. I think that if it was just me or if it was just Christian or if he was just one person, single business owner and they didn't have employees or they didn't have team members trying to do this would be. I mean, you could spend your whole day just doing the content and running around like a chicken with its heads cut off.
Christian [00:11:50] Absolutely. So, yeah, I think what we're seeing here is just pick one platform. So again, no one was. Pick one message or one service. Focus on that. One thing that you're really good at. Number two would be to select that one platform. And I think. It also goes in to what that one message is going to be. So if you know that this one message is going to resonate better with your audience on Facebook, for example, then. OK. Facebook is the way to go. If Instagram is the platform where your audience is most active and you know, you're going to get the most bang for your buck, or maybe you're most comfortable on Instagram versus Facebook. Go with Instagram, literally go with just the thing that makes more sense for your business, your audience and your message. It doesn't look like it doesn't really matter. They all work as long as you're putting in the time and effort and as long as you're focused on that one message. And then number three, what is going to be focus on on the audience? That one audience.
Aaron [00:13:00] Yes. Back to the to the platform, to Christian content on a little bit. If you know your audience is on Facebook, then sure, go there. But if you absolutely hate Facebook like it's a chore and you know, you're not going to create the content for it, it's kind of a catch 22 of like, do you force yourself to do it because, you know, you should or is most of your audience on Instagram and you're going to put in more effort and put out better stuff because you like it? I mean, more than likely, you'd probably be better off going to Instagram because at least it's not a chore to actually enjoy it. But it could be a podcast. It could be a blog. It doesn't matter. But you should be thinking about your topics and what kind of content your audience is going to need or want based off of your your strategy. So the one message or one offer, which is super crucial, I give you have 15 different offers. Now you have to figure out if you chose more platforms like 15 different offers and then you have three different platforms. And I have forty five different messages that are not you know, they're not the same and get a right text. All of you guys know with me right now that writing the text for a post, even for like this live stream, it's like it takes brainpower. So if you have to do that fifteen different times across multiple platforms. So I think this would be really three ways to sell more online without stressing out or without all the hassles, too, because this allows you to really, I think, get back to the business side where you can enjoy what you do. And as a byproduct, you're going to sell a lot more like. It's just easier to buy something when you know what exactly what it is like. I mean, Apple started with just their, you know, Macintosh computer and that was it. And then they expanded it products. But you knew what you were going to get. It's like this is you're buying this computer for that. That's what we're selling to you. That's the only thing we have. And then they started selling other stuff. But I mean, really, they just stuck with one thing. And now I think they're worth like a trillion dollars. So obviously they can sell more products. But for most of the people who are watching here, they're small business owners or solar producers or service based companies. And so your focus is always going to be to try to offer more products, but really just focus. Lithwick Christian said a little bit earlier, which was how can you bundle that to a solution and if you're a service based company or offer less products.
Christian [00:15:27] And I think to go like going back to what we were doing from the beginning, which is more of a I guess a carry V strategy was just content or value, value, value. Right. And then you provide enough value that people are like, oh, OK. These people know what they're talking about. And then they have to actually go in and check out exactly what you do and the solutions that you offer, because what you're talking about, all this value that you're given doesn't necessarily tie to the solution that you provide. So that's what we're trying to connect here is the content. Every every piece of content that you put out should always sort of tie back to the solution that you provide.
Aaron [00:16:09] Right. And even with this right now, like we created a program for ourselves, like Christian said about. It's been about ten, eleven months so that we didn't have to create all these services like Facebook ads and Laynie pages and funnel systems, like we created one system to do all of it for ourselves so that you could get more leads so that you could build a landing page. He had strategy like we used to do that and sell it like piece by piece. And then everybody was like, no, I want this part and I want this part. And then because they said that they never got the results. So we were doing a disservice to them. So they paid us, but they could have had better results or the results were good, but they could have been great just because they could have had a package that literally gave them the result versus, you know, all this fancy stuff of saying what you get. So and that's what I would say for the service based companies to do that, for the products based companies. One of our clients, she has a lot of products and then she used to get very little in stock. So it's like one item per size which ended up almost hurting her because she would wear an outfit. And it's like, oh, I wanted this. I wanted 20 of those. And so she would sell out of it right away because she only had one for that size. So let's just say there's six sides.
[00:17:30] There's just to be, you know, some somewhat easy she would sell out of the six sizes, but who knows how many. She could have actually sold a few to just try to sell five or six different items for summer or 10 different items for summer, and then had a lot of them in stock versus all. We want to give you 50 different items. And we got one or two in stock. And then people like, oh, I wanted this product, but they're always out of stock or I go there and they're always out of stock or I go there and they're always out of stock. Then you start to think that, you know, I think that actually almost hurts your brand even more doing something like that. So it's again, where it's more of the depth or the width more than it is the you know, the depth there.
Aaron [00:18:11] We have a few people on Facebook. If you guys are jumping in, I know there's a good group of people. It's been fluctuating back and forth. So if you jump in live, please leave a comment. The only way I can see this. Oh, never mind. Everyone can see more now. Different button. So, Vic Nathan. Thanks for jumping in. Megan Puckett's a few drive ins. Still make sure you're not doing Facebook while you're doing that. Dr. Zee, good to see you, man.
Aaron [00:18:41] Nice to see you. We said, hey, Matthew to Suzanne.
Aaron [00:18:46] Matthew already said, hi, Fredricka. I don't know if you're still there or not, but still wondering what time it is there. I know you're like six or ten hour difference, maybe. I don't know. Thank you guys for jumping in. I was on the wrong button, so it wasn't. Show me everybody who is watching right now. So appreciate you guys jumping in. If you have a business service based company or product based company and you're thinking about offering your services online or at least generating the leads online. Drop a question below. We're happy to answer it already. Like I said, you can come in live with us while we have it worked out to where you can. We'll give you a zoom link. You can jump in and we can we can all be face to face and get the question answered that way if you'd like to do it. Has a YouTube site, YouTube. People don't really I don't know if you get notified as easily on YouTube or not.
Christian [00:19:39] Oh, man. You see this pop and we got a three people face. Yeah, the comments are going crazy. Just a well, I can barely keep up.
Aaron [00:19:51] OK, well, just try to list them off. We'll give you five minutes. Just kind of list them all like, you know. Thank you. Thank you. YouTube can't really see people who are alive either. Right.
Christian [00:20:01] It's just it doesn't tell you anything unless I make a comment view. If you comment, we're able to see who you are. But normally people on YouTube actually sometimes have a weird handle. Yeah. Mr. Steele, your girl? Yeah, something like that. Yeah. That's John Stamos. Thirty one. Forty to fifty one.
Aaron [00:20:22] Twenty one. Matthew says I just tried to use the YouTube. I don't have a channel. Didn't work. Fail while Matthew. I guess what. What would be the the word here. Boomer. Or is that the right term. We're just getting Matthew. I'm sorry you don't have a YouTube channel. I think Christian may be able to help you figure out how to work that video company.
Christian [00:20:48] Oh, hey, we got someone commenting next. It says you are in my recommended. Well done. Ten thousand is awesome. So we were on. Someone's recommended. Very nice. So, yeah, if you're just jumping in, we're talking about three ways to sell more online. We talked about, number one, having a cohesive content strategy, focusing on that one message that you want to put out. Focusing on that one service or that one item that you're trying to sell. Number two was pick one platform to go to market. Doesn't matter which one. It could be your most favorite one or the one you're more cons. The one that your audience is most active or something that you want to explore more a little bit. Maybe you want to start a podcast, go all in. But again, go back to that one message for one service, for one platform. And then number three is going to be talk to one group of people. Yeah. If if you're the type of person that thinks that my audience is everyone and anyone, then is probably not going to work. This is gonna be more effective if you're talking to a very specific person with a very specific problem. And that's what's going to resonate with that particular audience. And that's what's going to make people take action on on that message that you're given on that one platform that you're focusing on. So those are the three things that you need to do. When it comes to the one group of people, I think that kind of jumped you jumped back into the platform. Right. Because if if you're focusing on a group of people that are very active on this platform or maybe that they're growing, let's say they're growing on Tick-Tock, then go all in on tech talk. But again, take the other steps into consideration when going all in on one of these platforms.
[00:22:54] It's funny you mention, Tick-Tock, because I saw a guy today who he does like these would I don't know, like you stick it up on the wall. It's kind of like the panel we have in our office, but it's like a wood American flag. And he, like, makes all the wood himself. He just does take talks of him like timelapse and like creating them. And he's like, hey, thanks, guys, so much. Just knocked out like nine more orders from tech talk and people are watching it. It is like, oh, I want that. Oh, I want that or I want that. So it's like it really doesn't matter. Tick-Tock could be your place to grow. Musicians found a few musicians on there who I know are stalling on Spotify now. And it's like, okay, you just never know where you're going to where it's going to work. Such. Pick one. But I think to this point, to talk to one group of people, there's enough people online that you could sell to anybody. Now, if you're a local business owner, which is a lot of who we serve, we serve local business owners trying to generate leads in a local area. So like five to 10 mile radius. And if you're like, you know, you could you're not bound by your brick and mortar location. You could be 25 to 30 miles or even farther. But even then, there's so many people out there, you know, unless you're in a town like, well, we're Christian. I went to college. It's, you know, ten or fifteen thousand. Most of the time you can sell a product or service and you have opportunity to be in front of thousands, if not millions of people. So you don't need to be focused on like, okay, I gotta talk to everybody. I need to make sure that I'm in front of every single person because honestly, it's it's like a waste of money, because if I see an ad in, they're telling me to go buy like women's, you know, a bathing suit or something. I'm not gonna go buy that. It's just an ad that they just pay to put in front of me. And it's like, no. Like keep scrolling or something that I don't care about. It's like, okay, well, you know, lacrosse, nothing against lacrosse, but maybe I'd rather care about basketball, but there's show me these ads about lacrosse again. I'm not that audience. So there's plenty of people in your tribe. So don't think that you don't have an opportunity to be in front of the right people. Also, shout out to Charlie. Charlie Krone just jumped in. Thanks for joining us live. If you're watching and you find some value out of this, there is an option. I want to tell you. It tells you make sure to share this. You can share it to your own page. You can actually. I think there's an option there where you could. Coast, this is quote unquote, like a watch party on your own page. So if you have friends who are business owners, this may be valuable to them. We can host it that way. And if you guys have been watching our love videos for a while, I'm just looking all these cool features. Make sure that you click that button or that bell so we can on Facebook. I don't know what Christian side he may be able to speak to that more on YouTube, but the Facebook site, you can click that bell and you'll get notification every time we go live, which we're always talking about how to help local business owners and service based companies generate more leads online. And so if that's of interest to you, make sure to hit that bell and you will be notified.
Aaron [00:26:06] It says, see, first, every time we go live, we just kind of call all my YouTube people you had to do is hit that thumbs up. That helps the YouTube algorithm. Take this video and present it to a bunch of other people that might enjoy this type of content. And also running through a name, you see that branding and the novel, you follow it. And right next to it, you'll see subscribe. You want to hit that? Subscribe. And right next to this subscribe, there's also a little bell icon, just like, I guess, Facebook. And you tap on it and you'll get notified anytime and we will go live or we submit a new video on YouTube. So be sure to do that. I highly, highly appreciate that. If you do that, it'll make this very happy. Give us a little bit of candy money on on the Facebook site.
Aaron [00:26:51] I'm sure it did on the YouTube site, too, came across on my screen to show exactly how to do subscribe. So that was kind of cool. Shout out to the jack on the back backside here. All right. So I think I think that's it. Unless somebody has a question or comment below it, then we'll talk about that specifically.
Aaron [00:27:10] But just to recap for everybody who may be jumping in now, I know everybody jumps in at different times. Thank you for those who have watched all went through. But to recap, three ways to sell more online. One of those is to create a co-CEOs. The first one is to create a cohesive content strategy. All your content should be focused on one message and you should be the best at one thing. I stole this from No. Kagan is a guy who runs a company, a tech company. I'm awesome. But he's like, you should be number one at something like our company should be number one at something like we're the best at selling the leads accelerator. I don't know like that. That could be like we're number one at this, which everybody wants to be number one. So think about that. Number two is to pick one platform to market. And we we're not prejudiced towards one place or bias towards one place like it could be MCO. You could do that. You could do a blog. You could do a podcast. You could do video on YouTube. We don't really care where it is. Just make sure your audience is there or the law and order that you enjoy posting there. And then lastly, number three, talk to one specific group, like for you guys who are watching right now, we want to be talking to or we hope that you guys are. And this message resonates with those local business owners who are trying to figure out how to sell more online or generate more sales online, generate more leads online. That's who this is for. And this is who it's going to impact the most. That's why our message is focused on talking to one group or the one group of person.
Christian [00:28:40] You know, the analogy, I would just kind of thinking about this while you were saying this is if if you go fishing. Right.
Christian [00:28:47] If you think of any body of water, that would be the sea of platformers out there. Right. That would be the Facebook. The tech talks, the MCO, the Web sites. Right. That's any body of water. You think about the group of people, the type of fish that you want to do. You want to get right. You you're fishing for, I don't know, sharks or if you're fishing for lobster, there's going to be different spots right. In that sea of water that you need to be focusing on. And then on top of all that, then you also need your your bait. Right. That that one message that you need to attract that very specific type of fish in that very specific type of spot or area. So I think that's a pretty good analogy.
Aaron [00:29:31] Right. Yeah. What we're trying to we're trying to tell you here is a good visual, too.
Aaron [00:29:37] Like I feel like we can make a graphic of like the sea and all these different platforms. And just like that's one side and that's the problem. There's too many people fishing over here. And if you overfished and you lose out on the bigger fish that are out there. So it's like here's the problem. And the solution is, hey, here's a pretty good sized pond or lake. And there's this kind of fish in there. And you're gonna be over here by yourself and smiling like we should create that graphic. I feel like that's a good visual. Like if you're doing this over here, you need this is shout out to Deepa, by the way, for jumping in. Thanks for jumping in. Mathy says, I like a man with a good fishing analogies. Well, you're very welcome, Matthew. I'll let Christian know because he's on the YouTube side, but he appreciates it. He's shaking his head with appreciation.
Christian [00:30:34] Also, if I mean, if I guess the other thing here is we also need to let them know how to apply. We've talked about the athletes to celebrator, but we haven't told them how to apply for the lead facilitator. Right. Which really we're talking about here is a component of the legislator.
Aaron [00:30:52] Yeah.
Aaron [00:30:53] And at the at the very least, it's more of a. I think the introductory part for the league accelerators to just really see if it's a good fit for you, but you get a forty five minute strategy session out of it. So we're gonna talk about the three pillars that have to be in place in your business, which is the first ones that you're talking about today, like understanding your audience and the platforms and the messaging. And the second stage is the strategy and automation. So like, how are you going to go to market and what can you automate so you don't have to do manual processes over and over and over again. And the last thing is understanding like your numbers so that you can make actionable decisions, because I think as business owners, we get caught up way too much into doing the day to day that we forget to track our numbers. Right. Like, oh, wait, we did this six months ago and it was amazing. Like, why didn't we just continue to do this? We're like, oh, shiny object syndrome. Let's go chase something new when, hey, this worked, why don't we just do this double time? So that Strategy Session would be perfect for those business owners who are trying to navigate and try to figure out, OK, who do I target and how do I mess? Did you or like what should I be saying in this? Or, you know, I don't have a system in place. I don't have a CRM. I don't have, you know, the things that I quote unquote, need for my business grow. And they're just trying to figure out, OK, how can I get clarity around this? That's what the forty five minute strategy sessions for. And I can put it over on the in the comments for the Facebook site anyway.
Aaron [00:32:20] And you probably do it for me for YouTube. And if we're going to repost this, which I assume that we will for the podcast, we'll put this in the show notes. But for those who are listening and aren't able to comment because you're listening while you're not driving, but you're doing other things, you can go to apply bit braining does SEO and maybe Jack will be able to play it on a screen, but we'll also be able to leave it in comments. So apply does it apply that bit branding? Does SEO and at the very least just schedule a forty five minute strategy session so that you can figure out how to get a little bit more clarity in your business and at least which direction to head.
Christian [00:33:00] I just put it in my comment, YouTube. I know. Actually, I don't know if this this life chat might disappear after the love is ended.
Aaron [00:33:09] You may be able to. We've only used like once or twice, but you could probably do it as a post on YouTube. And then it's kind of like now that we have so many subscribers, they can do it. I put it on the screen as well. Perfect. Yeah. You can go there. And those who are watching afterwards for the podcast. Those will be able to see it in the show notes. You can go play. There's obviously only so many spots available.
Aaron [00:33:36] Obviously, our click calendar is not completely open, but there are definitely a couple of spots.
Aaron [00:33:43] You know, especially if you're trying to do it the next couple weeks that forty five minutes trading session.
Aaron [00:33:48] I haven't I haven't been on a strategy session yet where somebody didn't say like, oh, my gosh. Like, there's aha moments. So I think we'll be beneficial. Ah, right. Oh, I see, Rita. Rita, thank you so much for jumping on and give us a like or a heart. I can't tell which. We'll just assuming it's a good one. So thanks for jumping in. And if you're jumping in live now, I saw it jump up a little bit more.
Aaron [00:34:14] We were just covering three ways to generate more sales online. I would encourage you to go back and watch the beginning because there are a lot of good stuff inside of here.
Aaron [00:34:24] And make sure that you. Listen, anything OK, weird? Went to a different screen. All right. I think that's all we got.
Aaron [00:34:34] Unless you got any other cool fishing analogies, because I know that there was one commentator who really appreciated that and don't have any more efficient analogies. Awesome. All right. Thank you guys so much for jumping on live with us. Those who are watching on the are listening on the podcast. Thank you so much for listening. Make sure that if you're on Facebook, you make you go up and hit that bell so that you don't miss out on any of our livestream. So you'll be notified first. We're always talking about how to grow local businesses online, take them from offline to online. Make sure if you haven't already. No matter if you how you came across this, that you'd like our Facebook pages. Well. And then Christine will tell you what we need to do for YouTube. He's got different buttons.
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