My next success was in product selling on Amazon and shopify and creating popular facebook pages and I still do that, but, I pretty much have my fiance managing it, as well, it bored me, and I didn't feel like I was contributing.
Finally, I started selling client and customer acquisition services for Brick and Mortar Financial Service businesses (real estate, financial advisors, loan officers--main business)--Other people that fall into my funnel I also help. I charge 1,600 monthly to create and manage their funnel and they pay for all of their marketing, I either charge it 500 weekly (auto transfer), or in a bulk some .
I've just been enjoying the money, 10 to 13K monthly coming in before advertising. But, I decided to run my marketing full throttle with a direct mail campaign to a large amount of local businesses, advertising a free consult, and then facebook push (going up to 200 a day in advertising and putting out a couple of different ads). My total advertising cost was 2,785.33, of that I got 12 strategy sessions and sold 5 people into my funnel program. But, that's only 8k for the week. But, I had been running my marketing consistently for the last two months (all local facebook marketing), for a total cost of 6k (100 a day) and I was making my big push, so I did a series of broadcast messages just dumping information on them.
Literally every step they could take to grow their business exponentially and I got an additional 12 people signed up to check out the program and I sold another 2 programs, but they were full programs (they wanted the full training system instead of the managed leads system which I sell for 2,500 dollars and work with them for 2 hours.) Bringing my total to 13K for the month. Now, clearly, since I've been producing 10 to 13K a month from my current advertising over the last two months, I'm not adding in the 6K in advertising cause it already paid for itself. So 2,785.33 and a 13k week... making my total 10,214.67, or the first time I've made more than 10K a week.
So, just a message for everyone out there. Never give up. It took me six years to get consistently good. I'd spent over 30K on my marketing. Would have to give up for a time, get a real job and pay bills and then try again. But now, I'm generating leads, and transforming businesses and lives. Never give up.