Scaling a Tik Tok Agency to $29.5k/mo in 45 Days (Short Form Content Marketing Agency)
Last updated: Jul 30, 2023
The video is about two individuals who joined a TikTok agency and were able to scale their revenue from $5-7k per month to $29.5k per month in just 45 days by improving their sales process and restructuring their offer.
This video by Daniel Fazio was published on Jun 12, 2023. Video length: 17:09.
This video is about two individuals, Eddie and Brady, who joined a TikTok agency called Client Ascension.
They initially had a revenue level of around $5,000 to $7,000 per month but were able to scale it to $29,500 per month in just 45 days. They attribute their success to improving their sales process, focusing on their strengths (sales for Eddie and product for Brady), and restructuring their offer to target coaches and info product creators.
They also learned the importance of charging higher prices for quality services and reversing the risk for potential clients.
Joined Client Ascension at a revenue level of $5-7k per month.
Achieved a revenue level of $29.5k per month in just 45 days.
Maintained this revenue level for a while.
Fixed leaks in the sales process to improve efficiency.
Started taking calls only with qualified leads.
Received guidance and training from David to improve sales skills.
Switched from working with Ecom to working with coaches and info product creators.
Cold DMS started working well after going through the client Ascension material and optimizing the sales process.
Putting yourself in the shoes of the target audience and understanding their needs and preferences is crucial.
Switching the focus to selling to good businesses that run successful operations.
Transitioning from providing a high-end service to creating an info product or coaching product.
Building an agency for the long term is more enjoyable than focusing on short-term profits.
Having the most evidence and social proof leads to business growth.
Client Ascension sets you up for long-term success rather than just acquiring a few clients.
Hyper amplifiers may not be apparent at first but prove effective in the long run.