Hey Spiritual Entrepreneur Goddess!
So you decided to use the internet as your marketing platform to find clients.
Did you know that by 2020 Forbes Magazine predicts that 50% of the United States workforce will be self employed in some fashion or the other?
That means that you are not the only one who is or will be using the online space to seek out their clients.
Here’s the deal with finding clients in the online space. You need to be crystal clear about the solution you are providing your clients. You need to realize that your clients do NOT want your products. They do NOT want your service. They want a solution to their problem.
While I’m sure you would love to help anyone and everyone who crosses your path, because you’re a lightworker and a world changer. Let me be extremely clear that if you want to be heard, be found and be sought out by clients in the online space you need to NICHE DOWN!
When I say niche down I mean you need to be speaking to a very definite person who has a very specific problem. Trust me, you won’t be sending anyone away and leaving them on the street if your messaging is leaving them out. If you are speaking to too large of an audience you will be screaming out to the masses. However, for example, if you are speaking to women who just got a divorce, who has anxiety because when she comes home from work her house is cluttered and that causes her avoiding all other problems in her life, then she will hear you. She will see your messaging and your solution and she will reach out to you waving her wallet and her heart filled with hopes!
This episode of the Craving Consciousness Podcast talks all about finding clients in the online space, what to do and what NOT to do to find your clients, and so much more!
Listen in and please leave us a comment on the blog and a five star review on your favorite podcast platform!
If you are struggling with your messaging and/or having clients reach out to you (and not the other way around) then grab a free discovery call with Brandaleen or look at her spiritual business programs.