Are you looking for other ways to maximize your party scripts? You should be. Why?
A party script is like any other tool — it delivers results when you use it correctly. Sure, a big part of a party script’s value proposition is allowing you to plug and play your direct sales events. However, without the right know-how, your party can lose the excitement and engagement you’re after.
It’s one thing to get people to like or comment on your Facebook event. It’s another to get them to click on your order link at the end of the event.
With these three party script tricks, not only will you be the life of the party; you’ll also liven up your sales by the end of it.
Many organizers of virtual parties think that the battle is won after getting a party script — and it may very well be, especially with highly-customizable party scripts.
People do need to know about your party. However, posting it a hundred times randomly will not work as well as you might think. A better way to go about would be to:
- Post it on people who are members of your business page
- Post about the party infrequently
By posting it on the members of your page, you’re already setting yourself up for success. The members of your business page consist of people who’ll be willing to buy something from you. With that said, you’ll improve your chances of direct sales at the end of the party.
Posting infrequently can be tricky since there’s a gray area about what “infrequent” means. Here’s a tip: imagine inviting one person to a party in person.
Would you remind them of the party every day? Of course, you wouldn’t. That could get annoying and will get your invitation turned down.
Instead, you’ll just have to spill the details in stages:
- One post letting your members know about the party
- A separate post giving prospective party-goers a teaser of what to expect
- A “countdown” post to make things exciting
The more products on sale, the better the chances of purchases, right? Wrong!
This approach will work in a department store. However, when it comes to parties online, the last thing everyone wants is to be overwhelmed by the number of products they may have to commit to. The more products you try to pitch, the less room you’ll have for the fun stuff. It’s a party, after all.
So how many is “too many?” As a rule of thumb, you’ll be good to go with just five to 10 products tops. Having fewer products and a lot of people at your virtual soiree is what maximizes sales and clicks. It doesn’t work the other way around.
Cocktails and spirits may be a thing of the past in light of keeping things indoors. Nevertheless, parties are parties because they’re fun. Nothing says fun better than socialization (Facebook and Zoom take care of this) and, of course, games.
Everyone at the virtual get-together already knows you’ll be selling something. They’re there because they’re interested. You’ll be a well-remembered hostess for throwing some fun and engagement into the affair. Games are important to keep everything light and fun before the sales pitch.
There are many games for you to choose from. Every party script bundle comes with a selection of exciting games to keep your crowd (and potential customers) interested.
At the end of the day, everybody knows that they might part with their money during the event. As a hostess, you’ll be going the extra mile by making the virtual get-together fun.
Party scripts are an excellent way to take the guesswork out of engaging your party crowd. For scripts that you can set and forget (with some customization, of course), try us now at Go Party Scripts!