Jessica WilliamsHigh conversion sales funnel expert.
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Entrepreneur and founder of 10X Your Reach LLC. Lead Copywriter for one of Inc 5000's fastest growing companies in America four years in a row. Passionate about authentic history.


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Online challenges are a great and exciting way to attract more people to your product. Many online entrepreneurs are doing it right now. It's great because it allows the audience to get closer to you, know, like and trust you. They also get a transformative experience as a result of it. Then once the challenge is over, the next logical step is to take you up on your paid offer.


I've been creating lead magnets for online entrepreneurs for years to help them build their email list and sell their higher ticket products.

Think of your lead magnet as solving a problem, or answering a question that your target customer would have prior to getting to the solution you offer.

For example, with an online subscription service that helps investors manage retirement savings account, the lead magnet could be:

- a checklist of 10 mistakes high income earners make with their retirement accounts, so they don't make the same mistakes.

- an ebook about 5 online platforms that are disrupting the retirement savings space.

-an article about a remarkable story of someone who increased their retirement savings 50% by doing XYZ.

Your lead magnet should solve a problem where the next logical step (after they get their question answered) is to buy the thing you offer.

There's a plethora of options and angles out there. If you have any additional questions, I'm available for a call.


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