How I Reached 100k People For Just $15 By Creating Engaging Content

How do you reach 100,000 people for less than the cost of a burger and a beer? You create a highly engaging piece of content.

Now, everyone and their mother is out there repeating the trope "create engaging content". Yet, I almost never see anyone talk about how to do it.

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So, I'm showing you here. This is one tactic I use to create content that gets lots of reactions, comments, and shares, and has earned me money, audience growth (followed by more money from that audience) and lots of great interactions with customers.

Everyone and Their Mother Repeats "Create Great Content". That's No Help.

That's like a Psychologist telling you, you just need to talk to someone about your problems. "Well no shit, why do you think I'm here?"

Daniel Larsen, marketing and advertising consultant

Why does nobody talk about how to do this?

I think it's mostly because the people saying "crete engaging content" don't even know how.

They've never done it, at least not in the way you need to.

They're just repeating what they've heard/read, probably written by someone else who hasn't done it.

Why does nobody talk about how to do this?


I think it's mostly because the people saying "create engaging content" don't even know how.


They've never done it, at least not in the way you need to.


They're just repeating what they've heard/read, probably written by someone else who hasn't done it.

I do it day in and day out. I do it for myself and for others. I've done it for vastly different audiences with a wide range of different types of people in them.

I use this primarily for content on Facebook, and I usually put a little bit of advertising money behind the content to get it out there.

This is my Content Combo Meal Tactic, and this video describes how it works.

The Content Combo Meal Tactic

Content what? You may be asking.

Even if you're a health nut, chances are, you've been to a fast food restaurant at least once. You stared up at the menu of options, wondering what to get. There, on the left hand side (where humans naturally begin reading) was probably a list of combo meals. 

Fast food restaurants know that if they entice you with more than one thing you crave, they'll get you to spend more money.

Juicy burgers: their customers love them and crave them.
Hot fries: A different craving altogether, but no less enticing
The coke (or soda pop) depending on what part of the country you're in: Such a delicious guilty pleasure.

Showing you these things individually stirs emotions. Showing all three to you at once makes mouths water. If you were thinking you'd just get a burger and a water, you're probably second-guessing that, at the least. 

This content creation strategy uses that same methodology to get you more comments and reactions. Show your audience one thing you love, and they might like it. Show them three things they love, and they'll love it, tell their friends, and remember you the next time they see you in their feed.

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