[EXACT STEPS] To sell out your product or service like hot cakes

Would you like your product or service to be so in demand that it sells out like hot cakes?

That’s exactly what happened when I sold out my special 2 hour intensive. Here are the exact steps I took to get there.

1. Set specific goal. I knew how many 2 hour intensives I desired to sell. From the start, I told people how many spots were available each week. That set urgency because it was exclusive and I knew that after this special ended I would retire the 2 hour intensive.

2. Knew what my ideal client wants. There’s a difference between want and need so when I talked about my service, I talked about their #1 problem vs. try to sell anything on my agenda.

3. Created my own buzz. Buzz doesn’t happen on it’s own. So I went to places where my ideal clients are (FB Groups) and posted enticing offers to generate interest. I didn’t just say “Buy my 2 hour intensive”. I gave them something they would be interested in finding out more about. And when I did it, I asked people to comment on the post if they wanted the info. When more people saw the post, more people wanted it.

4. Made it personal. I didn’t just send a link to buy, I created a relationship with my potential ideal clients and exchanged messages and got people on the phone. This built the know, like and trust factor.

5. Created a match between my potential client and my services. I didn’t try to sell just anything. I listened to see if their problem could be solved by my service. If it was, I offered it. If it wasn’t, I didn’t offer it and provided another resource. This showed I didn’t just care about the sell.

6. Consistent promotion on my featured item I was interested in selling. I takes constantly showing up and sharing what you have. I featured my 2 hour intensive in newsletters, on my FB group, in my conversations, etc. It wasn’t just one time, but multiple times in different ways so the information was relevant and fresh. This is because it can take some clients a longer time to actually buy from you. If they don’t buy the first time, it’s ok.

**Two of the clients I booked have been following me for over a year and one of them actually has been wanting to work with me for over a year. She finally booked a session with me. Stopping your promotions early can dampen your sales. Also, the promos weren’t in your face type of promos.

And last bonus tip…I visualized selling out my program and created a graphic with a sold out sign. Knowing that it would happen is key to manifesting.

So when you think about selling out a product or service follow these steps and you’ll be closer to holding up your own sold out sign!

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WHO IS GENECIA ALLUORA (AND WHY SHOULD YOU SIGN UP)?

I’m Genecia Alluora. And I’m the Founder of Queenz8 Business Group & the creator of Soul Rich Woman.

I know you get bombarded by people who promise you that they can help you start – and grow – your business.

Here’s what makes me different: Before I started teaching this “marketing stuff,” I actually ran REAL businesses. 

In fact, I own a training school that taught celebrities, artistes, politicians and individuals the art of presentation, image and media relations.

Together with my partners, we own a F&B retail chain, which now has 7 outlets in 3 countries.

I co-own a tech company that develops mobile apps for small businesses with additional 2 other online businesses in apparels and skin care under my belt.

In a year, I’ve clocked $100,000 in 3 months selling software products just using webinars. I’ve also brought in over 7-figures in revenue for a business group.

I’m Asia’s Mentor for Shopify Asia’s online merchants where we ran a 6-month competition to spot entreprenuerial smarts in business.

Truth?

I never had a perfect website, nor do I have a 6-figure client enrollment technique. And I’m NOT techy.

What did I do?

All I did was using the principle of the 80/20 rulez.

How did I do it?

In this 80/20 rulez, I followed a three step strategy:

Step 1: I understood the shortcut to buyer psychology.

Step 2: Created offers that buyers were sold even before they were sold.

Step 3: I sold them stuff.

Option 1: Learn more about mentorship program http://www.geneciaalluora.com/coaching

Option 2: Sign up for the Online Live Training Series http://www.geneciaalluora.com/7-figure-launch-secrets

 

All my best,

Genecia Alluora

Entrepreneurship: Advice for Women

Getting Into The Right Frame Of Mind For Entrepreneurship

By Genecia Alluora, founder of Queenz*8 Business Group

You know the quote that goes, “Whether you can do it or you can’t, you are right”? The same can be said about entrepreneurship. It is as complicated as you think it is or, it can be as easy as ABC. I’ve learnt through my years in business that getting into the right frame of mind is the first step you have to take. There is no, “Oh, I’ll do a bit and then see how it goes.” You have to commit yourself wholly into the project and tell yourself you’ll do whatever it takes to succeed.

1. The right mindset matters.

I think adversity is the best teacher.  No one likes to make mistakes, but the tough times are what will shape you as a person and build your character.  When things to go south, I tell myself: ”Something good will come out of this mess.”  If a business partnership doesn’t work out, I just let it go and move on.  If I didn’t do that, I wouldn’t have met my current partners, whom I work very well with.  Another thing that women need to get over is the idea that “business is not for them”.  Starting out and finding your footing is an intimidating process, but know that the learning curve won’t always be so steep.  While being risk-averse isn’t bad in itself, it can be a failing if it stops you from just going out and doing something.  The most important thing is to take action: Go online to find out more about how to start your own business, or attend a seminar.  Your road to financial freedom starts with a single step.

2. Set Realistic Goals.

This is to ensure that you don’t deviate too far from your ultimate “prize”.  Set goals based not just on what you wish to achieve, but also what you’ve learnt so far.  Take a good, hard look at everything that’s happened and ask yourself: “What did I learn from this?  How can I do it better the next time around?  How can I leverage on my mistakes to grow my business?”  Know what you do well and make sure that those things are your responsibility in the business.  Do one thing perfectly, not 10 things poorly.  Take a single step at a time.  Don’t let being busy lull you into missing out opportunities to growing your business and achieved your business goals.

3. Know the difference between being productive and being busy.

Productive is what sets your business in motion.  Women these days have a lot going on their lives, and it’s so easy to lose sight of the big picture.  To avoid this from happening, it’s important to set priorities.  It’d be really helpful to have mentors for different aspects of your life as well – they can help you stay accountable and on track.  Jugging multiple ventures will spread you thin and limit both your effectiveness and productivity.

4. Surround Yourself with Good People.

Surrounding yourself with the right group of people is the Key To Success.  The best entrepreneurs aren’t the ones who think they can do it all on their own; it’s the ones who aren’t afraid to surround themselves with people who are smarter than they are.  People who you can bounce off ideas with and they are always there to motivate you till the very end.  Bring in a partner or hire someone to fill in your “business gaps” would allow you to more productive and efficient.  The people they recruit should be creative problem-solvers who are able to take ownership of their work.  This doesn’t just ensure that work gets done in the most efficient way possible – it also creates an exciting, dynamic workplace that people would enjoy working in.  With that said, I have a couple of requirements before deciding if someone should come on board as a partner: (1) He shouldn’t be in it for the money alone, because that means that he won’t always make decisions that’s in the best interest of business, and (2) The partner should bring something unique to your business.

5. Develop an Iron Will.

It still surprises to me that, to this day, a lot of women don’t take charge of their money.  Many still rely on their partners to manage their finances, and I believe, from the bottom of my heart, that this has to change.  If they want to get into business, women need to realise that how much they make is entirely up to them.  There’ll be good days and bad days, and you constantly need to remind yourself of what you want to achieve no matter how tough it gets.  Most important of all, you need to go with your gut instincts.  If there’s even the slightest warning sign that something’s not right, follow through with a thorough investigation.  Trust me, you’ll be glad you did.  You see, at the end of the day, while we’d all like to make as much money as possible, it’s not just about that.  It’s also about dignity and self-respect.  Running a successful business isn’t just great for the bank account but also the self-esteem.  Few things are more rewarding than knowing are more rewarding than knowing that you can do it, against the odds.

As a parting note, I’d just like to say: Don’t let naysayers or detractors get to you.  There will always be people who try to drag you down, but don’t let them.  Either find it in you to get rid of them, or use their stinging words as motivation to overcome the odds.

 

Genecia Alluora is the founder of Queenz8 Business Group. The former beauty queen is now a successful entrepreneur with her hands in more than 8 businesses. She runs coaching classes for aspiring entrepreneurs and helps advise them on topics such as marketing and branding. Genecia recently opened a cafe at West Coast Plaza called Coffee:Nowhere, and now with its F&B franchise with 7 outlets in 3 countries. Read more about her ventures on www.GeneciaAlluora.com

 

 

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