Sales Funnel Copy: Five questions to help you create powerful message levers
In BuildClass #2, Flint McGlaughlin teaches three principles to help you develop effective message levers.
Here are some of the most important insights from this class:
- It is vital to pre-test your messages in the channel till you achieve resonance.
- People are not falling into our funnel; they are falling out. The metaphor must be inverted.
- Spend twice as much time on your headline as you would on your CTA.
- If you don’t win their attention, you won’t win their wallet share.
- Don’t ask for too much too soon. Match the ask to the mindset.
You can watch the full video above, or jump ahead to these key takeaways:
- 0:00 Sales Funnel Copy: Five questions to help you create powerful message levers.
- 1:17 How do we develop effective message levers?
- 1:29 Join a MECLABS Research Cohort – Test and build an AI-calibrated SuperFunnel. Email Flint at F.McGlaughlin@MECLABS.com to apply.
- 3:39 Use these 5 essential questions to select the lever which is best for your customer’s Thought Sequence.
- 7:38 Results from advertising message levers experiment.
Essential Course Resources
FastClass 12 – Headline Examples: 3 ways to load your predicate with value
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#1. Don’t ask, “What is a good headline?” Ask, “What is _________ headline?”CorrectIncorrect
#2. Factor the extreme danger of your message’s two _________.CorrectIncorrect
#3. Intensify the _________of the headline.CorrectIncorrect
#4. Support the ___________ of the headline.CorrectIncorrect
#5. Answer a ________ in the headline.CorrectIncorrect