Posts Tagged ‘ target market ’

10 Signs Your Niche is the Root Cause of Your Problems

Mar 9th, 2013 | By
10 Signs Your Niche is the Root Cause of Your Problems

Guest blog post by Cindy Schulson,  Attract Your Niche Expert — You’ve probably heard about the importance of having a clear niche. In fact, you might be tired of thinking about your niche. I get it. Finding your niche can be one of the biggest challenges for many solopreneurs. But having a clear niche is
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How to Create a Client-Attracting Elevator Pitch

May 21st, 2011 | By
How to Create a Client-Attracting Elevator Pitch

How to Create a Client-Attracting Elevator Pitch Today we’ll explore one of the most important elements of marketing your coaching business: your elevator pitch: 1. Why you should create a powerful elevator pitch? 2. Explore a simple formula to help you create your powerful elevator pitch. 3. Explore several sample elevator pitches. How often are
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7 Secrets of Highly Successful Coaches

May 11th, 2011 | By
7 Secrets of Highly Successful Coaches

It’s no secret that most coaches struggle…, yet it is common practice to do exactly what the unsuccessful coach does and hope to get different results – isn’t that the theory of insanity Einstein was warning us about??? (“…doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results). Some even go so far and…

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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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