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Part Three

How Automation Can Help You Grow Your Business (With Less Time and Effort)

What if you had an army of digital assistants working for you 24/7 and taking care of all the tasks you hate - the same way robots work for us in the real world?

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This is part 3 of a 6 part series to our Automation 101 Course

Have you ever seen one of those industrial factories where there are no humans, just robots doing all the work?

 
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It's mind-blowing, huh?
Now, imagine being able to apply the same level of automation to your online business.
What if you had an army of digital assistants working for you 24/7 and taking care of all the tasks you hate - the same way robots work for us in the real world?
Oh, and the best part: every month, you'll just pay a tiny fraction of your aspirational hourly rate.
That'd be huge, right?
Well, that's exactly what you unlock when you learn to use no-code automation tools.
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How automation can help you grow your business (with less time and effort)

No matter the size of your company or the industry you're in, you can add automation to every area of your business to achieve more with less.
Here are some common examples:
Do you create content? You can automate…
  • Reposting a piece of content across all your social media channels
  • Turning your videos or podcast episodes into blog posts on your website
  • Adding all your social media posts to a database or spreadsheet
Do you run your own paid community? You can automate…
  • Sending invites and onboarding new community members
  • Inviting all your community members to new live events
  • Sharing access to Zoom recordings or other exclusive content
Want to get more sales? You can automate…
  • Following up, assigning, and keeping track of new leads
  • Sending personalized handwritten notes to your most loyal customers
  • Asking new customers for feedback and testimonials
Hate accounting? You can automate…
  • Tracking and uploading receipts to your favorite accounting software
  • Tracking payment status and emailing customers if they haven't paid
  • Collecting signatures, required paperwork, and expense reports
In the next lessons, we'll continue to share more examples (and templates). But that's enough reading for today, let's start building!

How to outline your first automation

I'm sure your mind is spinning with ideas after going through the examples above.
So let's write them down!
We've put together a free "cheat sheet" you can use to brainstorm and outline your first automation in 3 easy steps.
And that's it for today. No worries if you can't complete the exercises right now. Just make sure to block out some time to do it later today or tomorrow.
 
 

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