Time to Take [Service You're Offering] to the Next Level?
Copy and paste a testimonial here from one of your former clients about how helpful the strategy call was (remember you're trying to sell the free call, not your services yet!)
What You’ll Get During This [Your Service] Free Strategy Call
In this section you’ll explain what will happen during the strategy call, the goal is to reassure your future client that this will be valuable for them and that it won’t just be a sales pitch. You want them to understand that this is not a waste of time.
What You’ll Do Before the Call
Here you tell them what your part of the job is before hopping on the call (eg. looking at their website, analyzing their brand, checking their social media engagement, …)
What Happens During the Call
What’s going to happen during the call? What are the benefits your future clients will get?
What Changes After the Call
Tell them what they will get away with or what will happen after the call. Ideally you want to have a clear tangible result after having the call
About [Your Name]
In this section, you want to show your expertise. Tell them why you’re good at what you’re doing and tell them some more about your style and your way of working.
This is a Multi-Purpose Text Section
Need to describe something in more detail? Want to tell a story to help your visitor connect with you and your brand? Want to highlight some example use cases? Looking to describe the pain point your product solves? This text section is where all this story-telling and copywriting belongs.
You can duplicate this section and use it in multiple places on your sales page, wherever you need to elaborate on something.
Note: keep your paragraphs short to avoid the "wall of text" effect and mix things up with text highlights and sub headings.
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