Are you wondering where to find your ideal clients?
More specifically, are you looking for ideas on locations and places to find your ideal clients?
If so, this is the blog post for you!
In this week’s marketing strategy, I’ve come up with a list of 19 places you can visit to look for your ideal clients.
Please know: This list of 19 places isn’t comprehensive. And I don’t want you to visit all of them at once. Be intentional with your time, okay?
I do hope this list of places will help you to think outside of the box – as well as see the possibilities in front of you.
Let’s get started….
#1: Networking Events
Networking is a great way to increase your visibility in front of your ideal clients. In addition to the networking groups you belong to, try new networking groups, especially ones outside of your city. Heading to another metropolitan area will open up more doors for you. And don’t forget about virtual networking, where you can connect with entrepreneurs from around the world.
If you’re anything like me, your sales process can always be improved upon.
Mastering authentic selling is a practice – not something you’ll achieve overnight.
It’s important to you look at how your sales process has gone, and identify the areas that are working well – and those that need improvement. Additionally, you may need to add elements to your sales process to perfect it even more.
To help you, I created a list of 13 ways you can improve your sales process.
IMPORTANT: You don’t have to implement everything you see here. Pick out the ones that resonate with you. Where I could, I included links to additional resources so you can learn more about that idea.
If you do implement something from this list, give it time to work. For example, adding your programs to your website will not immediately bring clients in droves. Be patient, observe, measure – and stay the course. You got this!
How can you get your ideal clients on the phone with you?
Whether you call it an introductory sales call, get-acquainted call, or discovery session, it’s all about one thing: Making the connection.
You see, when you’re on the phone with them, it’s your opportunity to explain how you can help them. It’s also your chance to listen to their struggles, problems and goals. It’s a beautiful conversation.
And to earn money in your business, you need to have these conversations with your ideal client.
So, how do you pull this off? How do you get your ideal clients to want to talk to you?
In this week’s marketing strategy, I share with you three tactics that will help you get your ideal clients on the phone with you:
Make it easy for them to schedule an introductory sales call with you