If you’re targeting women in your local area for your adventures, and your not using MeetUp, you’re missing out on a massive opportinuty to increase sales…
like seriously missing out! There are so many women on there that you will not find on Facebook.
If you’re one of the smart ones and are using MeetUp, here’s for ways to use it effectivly to drive bookings.
NOTE: If you don’t have MeetUp, I have a free 20 min training vid on how to set it up and use it to gain leads that convert. You can get the link to that video at end this weeks training vid.
Here’s to getting more ladies out doing cool sh*t, so click the link below and grab a time that works for you.
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If you’re targeting women in your local area for adventures and you’re not using Meetup. then you are missing out on a massive opportunity to increase your sales. Now, if you know are using Meetup don’t worry, I have got a 20 minute free training video that you can watch that shows you exactly how to set it all up and get started with it and you can get the link with this video at the end and if you’re already using Meetup, here is four ways that you can help drive more sales through your Meetup channel.
Hi, I’m Senka Radonich – creator of Adventure Girls in Biz and for the last eight years, I’ve been running a successful adventure business and for the last three. I have been teaching women just like you how to turn your outdoor obsession Into a pumping biz. So let’s get stuck into it.
#1 Send a weekly summary of your upcoming adventures
You’ll be surprised to see how many new people you get on your list every single week, so, if you’re not keeping the ladies that are coming in, the new ladies that are coming in updated with the adventures that you’ve got coming up, it’s easy for them to miss the opportunity that you might have for any adventures that are coming up just even in the weekend or for the stuff that I can plan for the time ahead.
So make sure that you are sending a weekly yes, weekly summary of your upcoming adventures so that people have the opportunity to book even if they’re new to your list in Meetup.
#2 Send an email to the RSVPers every week
Yes, again weekly, every week to encourage them to book and pay for their place. Now the cool thing about Meetup is the opportunity to be able to email those people that have RSVP’d Yes. Depending on how you’ve got your Meetup set up you may not be using the Internet booking system with Meetup and if you’re not what you wanna do is make sure that you’re sending those people that have RSVPd but haven’t paid a message to say “hey here’s the link to book. We haven’t confirmed your place and of course, places are selling out and we don’t want you to miss out”. So make sure you send that out to all those people that RSVPd to your adventures once a week and it’ll help encourage those bookings to come through.
#3 Share the pictures from your past adventure
Share the pictures from past adventure to the women that have RSVPd to your adventures but they didn’t come along. It’s a great opportunity to have a foot in the door to start a conversation with them. “Hey sister I noticed that you didn’t make it to our exclusive adventures, here’s are pictures of us doing it the last time and here is the link to get on the next one”. What you wanna do is make it super easy for your people within Meetup to be able to come along to your adventures and of course, you want it to be really targeted.
If they’ve RSVPd “maybe” or “yes” but haven’t made it to your last adventure, they are very hot to come along to your next one, so why not create that window and to being able to come along to the next one and make it really easy for them to stick through.
#4 List the details for adventures
Even if you don’t have the full details ready for them. This is a challenge I actually just recently said for my girls in my private coaching group and it got massive results for them in terms of people being interested. Now, the great thing about this strategy is that enlisting a date with an adventure in the basic concept of the adventure is that it allows people to start RSVPing, to be able to put the date aside and to build some interest in the meantime, so when you actually do get the final details and the booking details you already have a warm audience that you can send out the confirmation stuff to, and I can guarantee you you’ll get bookings way quicker in that process because people are just getting to find out the final details, so that they can book and come along to your awesome adventures.
And it also gives them the opportunity to see that you’ve got lots of things on offer. This is actually really crucial part. If you have your Meetup group make sure that you have plenty of adventures listed so this is one way to get all those listings up, but not needing to have all the complete details.
So there you have it. Four ways that you can use Meetup to help drive bookings for your adventures. Number one is send a weekly summary of your upcoming adventures. Number two is to send a message to the people that have RSVPd. Number three is to use the pictures to re engage people that didn’t come to your past adventures and number four is to list your adventure up before you have all of the details.
Now if you don’t have Meetup and you wanna use that to help drive your sales for your adventures, then you’re in luck, I have a free 20 minute video that gives you all the ins and outs on how to get that set up and how to utilize that to drive more sales for this. You can download it with the link that’s with this video.
And of course, if you’re keen to use Meetup as a strategy and you want to review how you can make that work better for your business, then, let’s talk. Send me a private message and we’ll find out what it is that you want to utilize Meetup for and how you can and we can have a one on one session to get really clear on how to use Meetup as a strategy for your bookings. Here’s to getting more women out doing cool sh*t.
And, of course, to you, creating a pumping adventure biz. I’ll look forward to seeing you in the next video.