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Fitness Brand Uses Targeted Automation To Explode Their Profits (Case Study)

Fitness Brand Uses Targeted Automation To Explode Their Profits (Case Study)

Are you looking to explode your profits by systemizing your business?

If you said “yes” then today’s blog post is for you because it highlights the exact process that rising fitness brand TRX used to increase their customer base utilizing a simple yet effective automation technique that you can model immediately in your business.

Don’t just take my word for it though, continue reading the entire blog post to discover exactly how TRX’s targeted automation secret can explode your business too, o.k.?

So What Is Targeted Automation And What Does It Mean To Your Business Anyway?

Targeted automation is a deliberate purpose-driven strategy that successful entrepreneurs use to systemize various aspects of their business by taking multi-step approaches and integrating them into modern technology so that human intervention is reduced, and productivity is increased.

If you’re the type of entrepreneur who wants to increase their productivity, and processes while eliminating man power, then it’s highly recommended that you integrate targeted automation processes into your  business whenever possible.

Here’s How TRX Uses Targeted Automation To Give Their Business The Winning Edge

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How Much Are You Losing By Not Testing?

How Much Are You Losing By Not Testing?

“Test, test, test.”

We hear this saying all of the time, almost becoming annoying.

I’m here to tell you, I know of a little something that’s a it MORE annoying.

Ready? *drum roll*

Losing money by NOT testing.

One of my favorite quotes from David Ogilvy is:

“Never stop testing, and your advertising will never stop improving.”

Believe me I know it’s an extra step in your marketing funnel, but a very necessary one.

So let’s dive in what we SHOULD test and then I’ll go on to give some real examples of tests I’ve done.

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How Do I Find My Demographic? Mapping Your Niche and Finding the Right One

How Do I Find My Demographic? Mapping Your Niche and Finding the Right One

I love personality based marketing, it really makes you focus on the BENEFITS of what you are selling and how you’re product can help those SPECIFIC people.

When we build out campaigns we look to focus on a specific demographic and niche. It might be the most profitable niche in a marketplace or a specific topic in a market.

The goal, of course, is to break it down to the exact people we want to have as customers, clients, or students for a program.

This is the same system we use for our own campaigns and for our client’s campaigns.

We start by listing out the program and benefits.

What problem does this product solve?
What are the benefits of using it?
Why would someone want to use this product?

We then start mapping out who that target demographic would be.

How do I Find my Demographic

Once we name it directly, we start doing what we at Paint Your Brain call: Questions and Problems (Q&Ps)

I start the process like this:

  • List out the Current Demographics Situation
  • What is their Business Goal or Personal Goal ( i.e. Spend more time with family, Reduce the amount of time working, make more income, increase event conversion, etc…)
  • Problems then break down the current roadblocks that stand in the way of their goals. What things are they trying to overcome to actually achieve something measurable? For instance, for the speaker – “Attendee rates to my Webinar are only 20%”.
  • Questions then breakdown the problems and business goals into how those goals can be achieved. Also they break down their current situation or systems that are currently on the market. These should reflect the limitations they have in the niche; for instance, speakers might ask – “How can I get a higher attendee rate of my Webinar/Seminar?”.

These are REAL questions your demographic will be asking, so directly answer them in your copy, sales presentation, or FAQ’s.

Once you know these items specifically, you can build your questions into the exact copy you use to talk speak TO them (not at them). The more specific you can be with your messaging, the better your conversion will be.

The goal is to target specific demographics and expand your marketing message more and more, each time targeting specific pain points (or the primary PROBLEMS) related to their unique niche.

Eventually, to scale the product to a wider niche product, you can generalize as many of the pain points into specific areas, in an effort to speak to multiple niche demographics at once. The goal is to keep your conversion high, your niche messaging specific, and let your market message actually resonate and address real, specific problems.

Your product is simply meant to solve those problems.

In our blog posts, we will continue break down how your advertising message should then be specifically geared towards the customer avatar and link directly to your niche-specific sales message.