Introducing a Brand New Way To Launch And Sell Products Online

As a marketer or business proprietor, how many times did you hear the word “funnel” or “launch” this year?

Our answer is a lot. Like…a lot, a lot.

And there’s a reason we discover these terms so often–they’re the 2 major ways of selling products.

Either professions are running product opens that make thousands to millions of dollars in a few cases weeks or they have funnels that are constantly selling.

At DigitalMarketer, we’re very familiar with both of these strategies. We’ve lived through the pros of launches and pours, and we’ve certainly suffered the cons.

Commodity Opens vs. Funnels

Product launches run for 14 -2 1 days and are broken up into 3 responsibilities. The first part is the pre-launch, a.k.a building excitement and prospect about the concoction for 7 days( premising you’re passing a 21 -day product launch ). All of the attention you’re creating is driven to 3 articles of pre-launch content.

On day 7, you altered into opening day. This is the open go-cart place and your goal becomes to get as countless parties to close as possible. You’ll be in opening day mode for another week until period 14 pops, and you start to create urgency and scarcity.

This is the official closing part of a product launch, when you’re telling your prospects that the commodity is only available at this cost for a week longer and/ or there are only so many accommodates/ measurements left.

While product openings only last for a maximum of next three weeks, pours are always loping. Promises find their way into funnels by clicking on an ad, going to a platform page, and opting-in for a conduct magnet or to make a low-tier purchase.

Since funnels are always live, they’re like evergreen content–they can keep going( and moving, and vanishing ). A well-executed funnel can easily drive incessant marketings for a business, unlike a make open. You can send back-to-back funnel emails, but you can’t push product launch after commodity launch.

You’ll exhaust your patrons … and your team.

We love propels because you can sell a lot of commodities really fast, but we hate how high risk and difficult to test and optimize they are.

We also cherish moves because they tend to work for a long period of time, but we’re particularly aware that every funnel will ever perform a little worse over age. Each period someone acquires, that’s one less purchaser interested in your product and able to convert in your funnel.

What if there was a marketing strategy that gave us the benefits of launches and funnels, without the cons?

Let’s talk about the Blitz Launch.

Product launch vs. funnel pro and con venn diagram

A blitz launch is a 7-day multi-channel awareness campaign that focuses all traffic into a single, “Big idea, ” content piece, which then drives to a related and urgent special offer.

The blitz launch is the ideal balance that sits in the middle of a start and funnel. It has the pros of being high-pitched reward, high awareness, and brand-building without being high risk, difficult to optimize, and simply able to happen 1-2 times per year. It doesn’t have diminishing returns because it’s only launched formerly and it’s easy to use your past develops to optimize your next blitz launch.

Pretty cool, right?

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Here’s how to run a offensive start and sell produces online.

To run your onslaught start, you’re going to follow this structure 😛 TAGEND

Flagship “Big Idea” content piece3-part email promo series1-minute video describing your “big idea”1- 3 Instagram storiesVideo carousel ads( 3-5 15 -second text-based videos) Long-form social affix( Written version of 1-minute video) Anticipation builder social postsOptional: Primer Content( blog poles primary the overarching trouble and house apprehension)

A big idea content is a stand-alone piece of high-value content( blog affix, video, essay, manifesto, etc .) that cases your public to acknowledge and accept a new world/ paradigm, and then take a recommended action based on this new belief.

The authorities have 3 types of big idea content:

Major changeNew discoveryMassive failure

Remember: Big idea content is not a direct publicity, gated content, or third-party hosted( it must go on your own channel ).

Your big idea is going to cover the following 3 basis 😛 TAGEND

Big, Relevant Change Core DesireCall To Action

For sample, here’s Apple’s “major change” big idea:

“A completely new type of mobile phone has been invented…”( Big, Relevant Change)

“So you can finally have one device that does everything telephone calls, camera, music participate, and computer can do, and fits in the palm of your hand…”( Core Desire)

“And, hence, you must line up for epoches in advance so you can buy one when it comes out…”( Call To Action)

Here’s the Keto Diet’s’ new discovery’ big idea:

“Doctors have discovered that fat doesn’t actually make you fat…”( Big, Relevant Change)

“So now you can eat all the cheeseburgers and bacon you require( kind of) and get super skinny…”( Core Desire)

“And, hence, you must adopt this new diet…”( Call To Action)

And here’s Salesforce’s’ massive failure’ big idea:

“With the rise of cheap, reliable, high- hurried internet, software as we know it has profoundly changed…”( Big, Relevant Change)

“You no longer have to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in expensive on- assertions hardware and long-term maintenance contracts for enterprise- quality business software…”( Core Desire)

“Take a free ordeal to our’ cloud-based’ due software and see how it wreaks …”( Call To Action)

During your blitz launching all traffic is going to go into a only piece of big idea content. This is the only thing that anyone is connected with your brand should be seeing for 7-days.

In 2018, Nike launched’ major change’ big idea content by launching their Colin Kaepernick campaign, which won them outstanding commercial at the Creative Arts Emmys.

Nike's 2018 Colin Kaepernick campaign

Dollar Shave Club had a’ new discovery’ big idea in “a great shave for a few horses a month” that targeted all traffic to their website, featuring their comedic circular.

Dollar Shave Club's landing page

And DigitalMarketer propelled our very own’ massive failure’ content big idea in 2018 when we messed up our email roll, targeting traffic to this video of me excusing our mistake.

Facebook post of Ryan explaining the mistake we made with our email newsletter

Once you have your big idea, then we’re going to build a movement around it by exerting 3 commerce proficiencies you’re probably already used to 😛 TAGEND

IntensityNoveltyUrgency

1: Intensity

High Frequency 😛 TAGEND

Your blitz launch is going to involve a high frequency of ads, emails, social uprights, etc. during the 7-day date it’s live. To reach the strength that you need for success, you need to choose frequency over reach–a smaller audience verifies a lot of content about your big idea.

Multi-Channel 😛 TAGEND

You too need to be multi-channel, announcing about your big idea and linking to your big idea content on every channel you have available.

Ultra-Focused Offer 😛 TAGEND

The focus of your blitz launching isn’t across 3 fragments of pre-launch content like it would be in a regular launching. In this strategy, everything is going into a single landing page hosted on your website.

2: Novelty

Look at this photo and tell me–what time you notice first?

35 yellow rubber ducks and 1 purple rubber fuck

Is it the yellowish duck in the second row from the bottom all the way to the right? No, you noticed the violet duck.

You need to be as novel in your onslaught opening as that violet duck.

You want to be known as the brand that wreaks that purple duck to the party. If that’s you, it’s hopeless to be ignored because you’re always doing something new and novel.

“Customers don’t revamp because of what you did…they rekindle because of what’s next. What you did exclusively causes them to believe in the story of what is coming next, but if you don’t have something’ next’, it won’t matter what you did…” -Greg Daines, CEO Client Velocity

3: Urgency

Do you have a CTA that leveragings some sort of scarcity?

Unlike other launchings, your necessity isn’t solely confined to the price of a product increasing after this open or the make being taken off the market. The necessity comes from the big idea itself and the motivation that if your prospect doesn’t hop on board now, they’ll get left behind.

Normally, when “youre trying to” do two things( like combine a launching and a funnel ): you end up with a spork. And sporks suck.

The way to ensure you aren’t turning this blitz launch into a spork is to make sure that you’re dealing with a absolutely huge sentiment and delivering immense content.

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