I hope the guide so far was helpful. Now, as a bonus, I’ll share with you some of the best offers I’ve found on Twitter in the last couple of weeks. Please, don’t fall into the shiny object syndrome, and don’t copy any of these offers. The business owners have a lot of information about their niches and industries, but you don’t. So if you try to copy them you won’t book a single call.
Example n1 → Perfect Offer Statement. It has the method, the timeframe, and the pain. It has every necessary component.
Example n2 → Remember when we talked about educated audiences? Well, Ryan nailed it. He’s helping agency owners (maybe the greediest mfs on earth lol) get INBOUND LEADS. He knows how valuable inbound traffic is for them. I’d even buy this ngl.
Example 3 → This is the perfect example of how to craft a good offer for a “creative” kind of agency. These guys knew their customers wanted to make more $ + reduce customer acquisition costs, and used that to build a powerful offer statement. If you’re in the b2b space remember: Every company wants to make more money. You need to find a way to show them your service will increase their revenue.
Example n4 → Perfect example of unique mechanism and method. Jordan is working with agencies which for most of you is a “saturated niche”. But he distinguished himself from other marketers by creating a unique protocol to help agency owners make more money.
Example 5 → This can be a millionaire business if Connor plays his cards right. You can’t get more specific than this when choosing an industry. He knows what these businesses are going through and decided to build a solution for them. Remember our reverse engineer module? Well, this is a perfect real-life example.