Finding new clients can be a real struggle for some. You download every freebie you can get your hands on, but nothing seems to be working, so you’re left spinning your wheels.
Everyone has been here; however, there are a few different ways you can attract new clients effortlessly.
In today’s post, I’m going to teach you a few tips and tricks that helped me when I first started my business.
Let’s dig in!
6 Ways To Grow Your Clientele:
Hire a content creator – hiring a content creator puts the work in the hands of someone else. You no longer have to worry about trying to find the time to write your content. Be careful when hiring someone; you don’t want just anyone working on your projects. You want someone whos good at what they do. I’m a content creator, and I love spinning words into gold every day because I love what I do! If you’re looking for an awesome content creator, feel free to set up a time to chat, it’s easy to book a call (plus the call is FREE).
Have a business blog for views, products, and sales – this, to me, is the bread and butter to your website. Having a blog for your business shows customers/clients that you’re on top of things and want to let them know what’s going on in your industry. In these blog posts, you can make as long or as short as you’d like them to be. It’s shown that long-form (1,000-2,000 words) performs better than the standard 500-word post. When I write a blog post, I like to brainstorm and let the client and I flow. I then make sure to do extensive research on the topic. There are no fluff words like “the,” “and,” and “So.” scattered about the posts I write, so it’s wholly fluffed free.
Social media content – with so many people on social media these days, it’s easy to get caught up in the trend. The truth is social media is a powerhouse for your business and brand. You can get out there to your followers and even onboard clients. This one should also be your secret weapon, along with blog posts. Social media makes it easy to progress by letting you schedule posts, tag posts, and share your recent event, product, or promotion.
Word of mouth – if you’re striving for local business, then this is the way to go! You can get testimonies from locals that you can put on your website or brochures. Also, ask your friends and families for referrals; you never know who might need your services.
Email lists – having an email list is GOLDEN because you know those already interested in you, your business, and your service/products. You can send them newsletters, updates, and promotions. Just make sure to keep them engaged and nurtured, so they don’t hit that ugly unsubscribe button!
Facebook & Instagram stories – I wanted to group these as they both contain stories. These stories can show your personality, product, or business venture like an event ( if we can ever have networking events – because ya know Covid). These videos don’t last long, so save them when you add them to a highlight.
I hope you’ve found these tips useful. If you’d like to chat about anything I’ve said in this post or have any questions, please feel free to contact me so we can get ya in the know.