Larry Kim, #1 Spender on Google Ads, Launches Unbelievable AI Lead Gen Tool

Larry Kim, #1 Spender on Google Ads, Launches Unbelievable AI Lead Gen Tool

I hung out with him in Boston the other day and he blew my mind…

I can get the email addresses of 15-20% of your website visitors.

Then send them a personalized email generated by GPT4.

It’s basically web remarketing using email.

And super easy to implement, since you just install a pixel.

It’s totally compliant (CAN-SPAM or AI creepy).

And has been working super well for top B2C brands.

If you have at least 200 visitors a month, then this is worth testing.

You’re losing 15-20% of your sales if you don’t have this.

The first 50 leads are free and we score your website instantly.

What used to cost us $60 a click via PPC is now less than a dollar.

You can thank me later– don’t miss this.

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A Simple Trick to Leverage Social Media for Marketing

You will be dead wrong if you think you need a zillion followers and a blue check mark to get crazy good results on social media.

Twitter is the most powerful PR channel if you know how to use it.

For example, this account had only 175 followers but over 7,000 profile visits last month, and that too without running ads.

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The trick?

Create engagement by posting thoughtfully and commenting on posts from others in your industry.

David Meerman Scott is the best-selling author of ‘The New Rules of Marketing and PR.’

A comment on his tweet got a reply from him, which builds Gavin Lira’s audience and exposure to David’s audience.

Since Gavin runs a PR agency, engagement with a top PR expert helps build his brand.

So stop mass-blasting on social and start thoughtfully engaging in two-way conversations.

If you’re not getting exposure or people are not looking at your profile on Twitter, now you know what you’re doing wrong.

I would love to know what your thoughts are about this idea. Let me know in the comments.

Today, it’s No Longer a Question of Whether You Should Hire a Virtual Assistant.

Rather, which VAs will you hire from what networks for what tasks do you need to be done?

We love using Fiverr,, and

Fiverr is for general creative gigs. is for full-time VAs that manage a process for you.

And All-Star Outsourcing is for busy service professionals that want to grow their brand without getting mired in trying to do the work themselves.

Glenn just launched this service, so go try it out by getting a task done.

Selling Is Not Convincing People, It’s Helping Them.

The following is a guest post by Dr. Drew Vercellino from Chico, CA.

“Selling is not convincing people, it’s helping them.”

When I first heard that statement from Shawn back in 2016 at a BDC sales workshop, I thought my brain glitched. The last time I was “sold”, I went into a Motorcycle store just to look around and ended up riding off in a brand-new Suzuki GSXR! That meant another monthly installment, increased insurance payment, and dealing with the fears of riding, not only from myself but of my family as well. How was this helping me? 

The motorcycle was definitely not something I “needed,” so, of course, I put all the blame on the salesperson for pushing me through that process, running a credit check, and convincing me of how convenient a motorbike was compared to driving when it came to traffic. Traffic was hardly an issue because the farthest I usually drove was about 15 miles, but his description of how the bike would allow me to avoid slowdowns seemed so convincing, I had to have it.

Eventually, I owned up to the purchase and accepted that I made the decision to buy the bike, however, that experience left a sour taste in my mouth. I got “sold” and it sure didn’t seem to help me. At this point, my mind was racing and we were barely 5 minutes into the workshop and I started to regret being there. 

“How am I going to be able to sit through and learn how to put someone else into the same situation I was in, regretting a buying decision because it didn’t help me solve a problem because I didn’t even have a problem to solve!”

But what he said right after changed the entire ballgame:

“As long as you’re doing it with integrity and have your prospect’s best intention in mind.” 

This was the key that I had been missing when it came to the mindset of the salesperson. I always knew I wanted to help people with the service I provide as a chiropractor, however, my mindset around sales was one of negativity and regret. The workshop continued on with tons of other valuable gems and advice but that key phrase in the beginning literally changed my life.

At that point in my career, my business was struggling and what was even more disheartening was that I wasn’t helping anywhere near as many people as I could. So I decided to take Shawn’s advice and make a shift in my mindset around sales to one of helping with integrity and then it happened: my business began to take off. I was determined to make sure the sales process for my future patients was one that would help them feel comfortable and confident in their decision to move forward and less likely to feel regret and question their buying decision. 

I began by implementing a thorough pre-qualification phone consultation where we discuss everything from what they’ve tried to what they can expect regarding their financial and time commitments before they ever set foot in the office. This made the entire process a breeze because when people walked into the office, there were no surprises! Not only did this build a HUGE trust and credibility factor with my patients, it made follow-up conversations regarding referrals (my next big implementation factor) that much easier. I literally increased my business 5-fold within just 2 months and I’ve been steadily growing ever since. 

My business is now thriving, even in these strange times, and what’s so exciting and motivating is that I get the chance to continue to help more people. I don’t think I’d be able to serve people through my business had I not made that switch in mindset. I actually have these phrases hanging in my office for the last 4 years as a reminder that mindset is key to growth and success. Every time I start a new blog, email, or enter into a sales conversation, I look up to remind myself. 

The Key To Marketing Is Turning Problems Into Opportunities

The Key To Marketing Is Turning Problems Into Opportunities

Local businesses – be it restaurants, nail salons, or studios – are suffering, and they need help.

If you know how to do a few simple things like help these businesses collect reviews from their customers – which helps them rank in Google – you can help them.  If you understand how to navigate Yelp, you can help them.  Many don’t understand how these platforms work.  

That is the biggest market out there.  In fact, the local market is bigger than Google, Amazon, and Facebook.  These giants make up less than 10% of the economy.  Most of the dollars in our economy go to local businesses.  They go to the dry cleaner, the grocery store, the chiropractor, the real estate agent, and the car dealership.

These small businesses seem to have problems, but if you’re a real marketer, there are never any problems.  An expert marketer knows how to recast problems as opportunities.  

This ability to turn what would be a problem for most into an opportunity is going to be some of the best value you can provide to the market. 

Those that have problems and are struggling are actually the best people to help, because if everything’s fine and dandy, they likely don’t actually need your help.  It’s easier to sell when someone’s in need than when they’re hot.

Imagine you’re a doctor and you went through some basic training on how to do some kind of medical procedure – for example, LASIK, or you know how to do a cast on someone’s broken arm.

All of a sudden, there’s all these people coming into the emergency room because they went skiing and they broke their collarbone, or they tripped on the curb while they’re skateboarding. There’s people coming into your hospital, and you’re trained to be able to do the very thing they need. 

You’re helping, so now there’s way more people coming into the hospital.

Do any of the surgeons in the emergency room need to convince the people that come in when they have a gunshot wound or were in a car accident or other crisis?  Do they ever need to sell them on the medical procedures? No.

That’s how you should be thinking about entrepreneurship. If you’re really good at what you’re doing, then you are like a doctor of your specialization.

If you have customers that you are uplifting and you’re sharing what you know with the world, then you don’t need to sell.

Don’t listen to those gurus out there who are trying to sell you courses. Look at what they’re actually doing, and look at if they’ve documented what they’re doing.


The reason I put content out there is to document what I’m doing.  It’s not a secret.

A doctor would never say, “Sorry, that surgical procedure is really secret. I can’t tell you about that.”

When someone tells you something is a secret, run.  Whether you believe in reciprocity or karma or otherwise, one thing is true: when you put your knowledge and expertise out there, it will come back to you.

People sometimes say to me, “I don’t want to put it out there, because they’re not going to hire us; they’re going to then do it themselves.”  They’re wrong.

Whatever you want to get for yourself, you need to create 10 times or a hundred times that value for your community.  You can’t do that if you aren’t creating anything.

If you’re doing it right, then you’ll never need to go out there and explain to people what you do.  You’ll be a surgeon in the emergency room.  You will be a creator, not a consumer.

That’s the abundance mindset we all need to have. 

The best way to create valuable content that fosters connections and business is to listen to what others have to say.  

I’ll go to Twitter or Facebook, and I’ll interact with people and content that I think are important to what I’m looking for.

I’ll scroll through several posts I don’t want to touch, then I see another post about Colin Wayne Erwin, who built his business in the last few years from nothing to $30 million. He’s an entrepreneur, and he runs Redline Steel. He wakes up in the morning at three or four o’clock, and he goes to work.  He’s a busy man. 

I could comment or like, but here’s what I’m going to do instead: I’m going to create a video reply.

I make a hundred of these every day.  It only takes about an hour, but it will create more social engagement and content than pretty much anything else you can do in that hour.  

It’s the algorithm that determines what shows up on people’s feeds.  If you understand what feeds the algorithm, then you can win. It’s not black magic, and it’s not about software.

It’s about creating.

When you create 15-second videos, create shout-outs, and give gratitude, that’s when people feel like connecting with you.  It’s human. 

You know what an ad looks like. You can smell an ad, see an ad, and taste an ad.  If you can create something that doesn’t look like an ad, then that’s what the algorithm is looking for. That’s what us as humans are looking for. 

It may seem counter-intuitive, but that’s how you can succeed.

I bet you can’t guess what network this is from without peeking at the top of the image…

They structure campaign objectives into 3 stages of the funnel– Awareness, Consideration, and Conversion.

And within these stages, they have objectives like awareness, lead generation, video views, and website visits.

Facebook has the same ones, but it’s not Facebook.

Google has the same ones, but it’s not Google.

Twitter has the same ones, but it’s not Twitter.

It’s LinkedIn!

Is it because they’re copying each other?

No, it’s because these are BUSINESS objectives that we as marketers and entrepreneurs need to be using to structure funnels that drive sales.

If you recognize this pattern, you also recognize why your digital strategy needs to be CHANNEL-INDEPENDENT.

That means you set up your Goals, Content, and Targeting (also known as your “strategy”)— and then distribute them across Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Email, and whatever.

As a smart marketer, your relentless focus on the customer’s journey– solving their pain points and creating helpful “content” means that you don’t focus on channel-level minutiae.

Besides, the pros know that all channels are converging into the same engine and same interface. So get your strategy right first before getting distracted in the weeds.

Do you want to make a quick buck today off some hack that dies tomorrow or set a strategy that will generate results for you for years to come?