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9Steps Checklists: How to Build a Website that Converts Visitors into Clients

Oct 20th, 2011 | By
9Steps Checklists: How to Build a Website that Converts Visitors into Clients

9-Steps Checklist: How to Build a Website that Converts Visitors into Clients by E.G. Sebastian www.getMoreClientsAcademy.com We invest dozens of hours – or some of us 100+ hours – and build a website or blog only to find that our effort does not pay the expected dividends – we do not generate leads or get
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Implement a Lead Generation System, Part 1 – 12 Ways to Generate Qualified Coaching Client Prospects

May 22nd, 2011 | By
Implement a Lead Generation System, Part 1 – 12 Ways to Generate Qualified Coaching Client Prospects

In theory, attracting coaching clients is not hard. You find a ….
If it’s raining sell umbrellas; if it’s sunny, sell shades (and suntan lotion)… The same applies to coaching: find the person who badly needs a service because it’s “raining” in their life and offer them your “umbrella” – that is, your service…

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How to Get a Client by Next Week? – Part 1: Bartering & Barter Clubs

May 10th, 2011 | By
How to Get a Client by Next Week? – Part 1: Bartering & Barter Clubs

With the economy in its current state, many businesses find themselves with surplus products or surplus capacity for services but struggling where to find clients. One solution to this is Bartering. There are literally thousands of bartering services …

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LinkedIn Client Attraction Strategies, Part 5 – LinkedIn Answers

Mar 8th, 2011 | By
LinkedIn Client Attraction Strategies, Part 5 – LinkedIn Answers

Did you follow through with all the cool LinkedIn strategies I shared with you?  I hope you are not only reading this stuff…  :-} Do you have any stumbling block? Write to me on LinkedIn and I’ll help you get unstuck (or if you are not a member of LinkedIn yet, email me to support[at]egSebastian[dot]com).
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Transform More Prospects into Clients – by Ann Convery

Feb 23rd, 2011 | By
Transform More Prospects into Clients – by Ann Convery

Stop “Disapparating” Your Clients Did you know you can “Comfort” future clients out of working with you? People do it all the time. I call it “Disapparating” them. Here are 5 Stop! Signals you don’t Want to send to people who want to hire you. And 5 Things You Can Do About it. Take Jane.
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LinkedIn Client-Attraction Strategies – Part 2: How to Attract Warm & Hot Prospects

Jan 14th, 2011 | By
LinkedIn Client-Attraction Strategies – Part 2: How to Attract Warm & Hot Prospects

LinkedIn has
more than 100 million members and it grows by 1 million members
per week… If you market yourself poorly on LinkedIn, even then
you will find some clients; if you market wisely, it can …

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LinkedIn Client-Attraction Strategies – Part 1: Create a Smokin’ Hot Profile

Jan 9th, 2011 | By
LinkedIn Client-Attraction Strategies – Part 1: Create a Smokin’ Hot Profile

LinkedIn Client-Attraction Strategies – Part 1: Creating a Client/Niche-Friendly Profile

If you haven’t done so, go to http://www.LinkedIn.com and create a profile. Make sure that you…

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5 Keys to Building Relationships During Online Events

Jul 14th, 2010 | By
5 Keys to Building Relationships During Online Events

by Aaron Joslow Your [company’s] survival depends on having sales conversations with the right people. Webinars offer an opportunity to have them. The attendees are people whom you targeted and who told you—by registering—they want to spend an hour listening to you. And what do most firms do? They practically ignore each person. They might say
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How To Discover What Your Clients Really Need

Jul 13th, 2010 | By
How To Discover What Your Clients Really Need

By Nina Cherry, Your Business Coach on Maui Many professionals are offering what they THINK their prospects want. Or they deliver what they themselves are interested in, without any clue as to whether their target market is interested in it—and whether their prospects would PAY for the product or service. Some professionals think, “If I
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