One of the best way to fill seats at a high-ticket conference or mastermind (or a low-ticket membership site for that matter) is to position it as an invitation to the cool kids club.
You likely hear it all the time.
Like when people talk about the original Titans event... or the Bencivenga 100. Yes they talk about the incredible things they learned. But they talk a lot more about how "anyone who was anyone in direct-response was there".
And really it's not just conferences or masterminds this works for. Entire product lines and even businesses have been built around "being in the club" or "being let in on insider information".
Because it taps into the universal fear of being left out. The fear of being left out that's been baked into our DNA... and rubbed raw by high school cliques of "mean girls" and preppy jabronis in letterman jackets.
And I would guess — for the most part — us entrepreneurs felt that exclusion more than others. After all, us entrepreneurs tend to move away from the pack... likely because we were never invited to join it.
Anywho, I bring this up as your invitation to the coolest table in the schoolyard:
Brian Kurtz's Titans XL.
And if you're wondering, "how cool can it really be?"... lemme count the ways.
So far I've got to "hang" with: Ben Settle, Doberman Dan, Perry Marshall, Fernando Cruz (Agora's secret weapon, who spilled the beans on some of the tastiest webinar, copy, and email secrets I've ever heard), David Deutsch, Lori Haller... and the list goes on.
So if you want to join us at the cool kids table, just head to the link below:
When you do, email Brian letting him know I sent you and I'll get a bit knocked off my renewal fee. If you have any questions, hit reply and lemme know.