Buyers list -> webinar = BIG success?!

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Hey Warriors,

So recently I'm thinking of testing something new. At least new for my funnel.

I want to create an SLO ($17) and send the buyers to a webinar registration page as the thank you page. After they register for the webinar, they can access their purchase.

So this is adding more value to them and in return, since they're buyers, I'm assuming the webinar registration percentage will be higher.

Now, I need some help from you Warriors before I pull the trigger on this.

I'm wondering if some of you have tested something like this before:

SLO -> Webinar ($997) and if you have, did it convert well for you?

We know that buyers are more likely to purchase higher ticket products, but will this be worth trying since it takes about 20 - 50 buyers to register for the webinar to get any data.

Can you give me a little bit of data if you've done this in the past as I need that little bit of courage to put this to work.

Thank you in advance,

Erick.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leonhart
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    I have tried upselling them to a higher ticket product straight away after the low-ticket sale has been made. I sold a $7 ebook and the upsell was a done for you package that was selling for $497.

    Made a few grand.

    Had I done it via webinars, I'd probably make even more.

    I would say, just do it. Test it. That's the only way you'll find out.

    There's also one more thing to take into consideration here, and that is the conversion rate for your webinar's registration page. So for instance, if you get 50 buyers and on the thank you page you get a 50% opt-in rate for your webinar, that is 25 people. And if you get a 50% show up rate on your webinar, that is less than 13 people.

    You'd need to convert at least 10% of those to make any decent money.

    But then again, nothing is impossible.

    I would go with something like this; Low ticket (entry level product) -> mid-ticket upsell. -> higher ticket.

    And then promote the webinar via email follow up sequence.

    All the best,

    Emir.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eduard Stinga
    A bit off-topic I'm afraid, but I've never heard of SLO before. What does it stand for?
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    • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
      Originally Posted by theDarkKnightMarketer View Post

      I'm wondering if some of you have tested something like this before:

      SLO -> Webinar ($997) and if you have, did it convert well for you?
      Whether the offer be $297, $497, $997 or whatever else...

      All I have to say is just do it, the results are as awesome as you think they'll be.

      (as long as you know how to sell on your webinar and craft a badass offer)

      Originally Posted by Eduard Stinga View Post

      A bit off-topic I'm afraid, but I've never heard of SLO before. What does it stand for?
      Self liquidating offer.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Getting that buyers' list, even with $1 purchases, is the way to go

    Plus, $997 for a webinar is cheap. Try something more expensive. That's where the real money is.

    I suggest services like a $2500 package with a discounted price of $1250.

    Something like that
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    I would say, just do it. Test it. That's the only way you'll find out.
    What this guy said!
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    It really depends on you and your clarity around receiving money, Erick. Example; I have noted people buy both my big ticket and small ticket products because I am clear on selling each. All about your personal level of clarity and belief which is independent of the results of other marketers.
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