I’m excited! I’m about to share with you an easy, convenient and fun monetization idea that your bottom line will love. We’re always looking for new ways to grow our businesses, and it’s easy to assume that anything worth implementing will be incredibly time consuming and stressful. Wrong!
Think about setting aside an hour each month to lead a Q&A call with your following. You’d charge monthly for these calls and provide some pretty amazing benefits for participants. Easy breezy!
I’m sharing how to set up a Q&A call program that will add tons of value for everyone involved!
- How everyone benefits
- How to strategically promote the calls
- The ideal number of participants
- How soon you can start (hint: pretty much immediately….!)
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Great idea Amber, thank you! I am curious about the details of actually setting up the Q&A call. I know how to do all the other components, but not the call itself. Is there certain software required, etc?
Hi David and thank you for your comment! I’m so glad this tip helped. 🙂
I would suggest a platform like Zoom.com where members can get on a video chat with you. That is most effective and powerful. You can record the call easily and give members the replay link even. Or, if you want to do a voice-only call, I would suggest something like freeconferencecalling.com. I’ve had an account there for YEARS and it’s very easy to use, plus you can record the call as well. I hope that helps! xo
Thanks Amber, I’ll try Zoom.com.
Great idea Amber. Planning ahead for meals is one of the most effective things you can do to get healthier meals on the table, but one of the hardest habits to get into. So I’ve been long thinking of doing some kind of meal planning group on line. I think this would be a good format for that–maybe a 10-15 minute chat about some aspect of the think-ahead habit and then brainstorming with the group to get their plans together for a few days, a week, etc. And Zoom would be great to actually write as we go.
Thanks for the motivation!
Oh! I like that Mary!!