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Where To Find Your Ideal Clients

Where do you find your ideal clients?

Whether you just opened up your business or have been an entrepreneur for a while, knowing where to find your ideal clients is your top marketing objective.

Truthfully, there are thousands of places where you can look for clients – from networking meetings to Facebook Groups. However, you can waste a lot of time looking at every marketing tactic.

And when you start to waste time, your mindset suffers. You begin to lose faith and wonder if your business will ever be a success. Let’s not go down that road!

Check out this week’s marketing strategy where I outline the two things you need to know about finding your ideal clients. Let’s get started!

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How To Attract Clients From Your Speaking Gigs

How To Attract Clients From Your Speaking GigsA great way to increase your visibility and share your knowledge is through public speaking.

Whether you’re speaking at a local networking group or hosting your own workshop, you can leverage these speaking opportunities to attract more clients to your business.

When you are a guest speaker, it’s important things to have a client attraction process in place for your speaking engagements. Here are some steps to consider: Continue reading

How To Attract Clients Through Social Media

Have you successfully attracted new customers through your social media efforts? If converting social media fans to paying customers seems like an insurmountable task, then check out these three tips to help improve your social media interactions.

How To Attract Clients Through Social Media

#1: Focus on the quality of your fans, not the quantity

How many times have you seen people post this message on Facebook: “Only 30 more fans until I reach 1,000! Please like my page!” Here’s the problem with this strategy: When you work toward a certain fan or follower count, you are not focusing on getting high-quality fans (the type of fans who will buy from you). Instead of worrying about how many fans or followers you have, focus on how many high-quality fans you have. Continue reading