It’s not exactly a secret that if polled, the number one thing entrepreneurs would respond with when asked what they need more of, it would be clients. So how do you find them? Where do you go to meet that elusive ideal customer? Here are 26 ways you can draw in new clients.
Whenever I get asked about my experience as an entrepreneur (whether it’s in a podcast interview or a simple conversation with a friend), one of the top questions that comes up is “What lessons have you learned?”
Generally, it’s from a place of curiosity, connection, and honestly, a desire to avoid these lessons themselves. So I figured these lessons would be helpful to share with all of you as well so you can hopefully learn from my mistakes. Just because I’m a coach doesn’t mean I’m perfect (no one is!) so I learn and adapt, edit and adjust just like everyone else.
I firmly believe that the success of a business is built on a foundation of amazing customer experience. You can have the best product, the most amazing marketing team, or the most beautiful website, but if your client doesn’t have a pleasant experience while they’re working with you, it doesn’t matter. They won’t come back.
One of the easiest ways to provide for your clients is to go over and beyond with your customer experience. Instead of providing a good experience, how can you absolutely wow them? How can you make them feel like they’re completely cared for? How can you eliminate any obstacle that is in their way of purchasing your product?
There is only one truly key item you need in order to run a successful business: the ability to get your product in front of your customers and sell it to them. But selling yourself, your products, or your services doesn’t always come naturally. So how do we train our brains to know how to do this without sounding awkward, without feeling pushy, and without turning the customer off? Follow these easy steps to find out!
While social media and networking are amazing ways to gain visibility for your business, the newsletter is the unsung hero of the marketing master. There is only one way to control getting your information directly in the hands of your audience, and that’s through regular communication. While Facebook and Instagram are owned by outside parties, you’ll never lose control of your email list.
When you’re constantly scrambling for new client leads, Instagram posts, website copy, and everything else an entrepreneur has on their to-do list, photography can often fall to the wayside. BUT it’s one of the most important marketing tools at your disposal! Today we’re sharing over 25 actionable tips from pro photographers you can use to get high-quality photos for your website in no time.
Instagram is today's hottest social media trend for entrepreneurs, and it's no wonder. It's a brilliant place to share what your purpose is, who you are, and give a sneak peek of your products and services to potential clients or customers. So how do we nail down the perfect Insta post? Let me share a few of my top apps to give you that picture-perfect shot every time.