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Whose Problem Are You Solving?

September 16, 20181 min read

Knowing Who You’re Selling To So You Know What To Sell

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Solving the buyer’s problem before they even ask makes it easier to attract those clients than to have to search for them. If you want to work with families that have young children, get involved with school activities and fundraisers, Daycares, Churches, etc. If your ideal clients are all within a certain area, get involved with a strong networking group in your area.

Don’t be afraid of public speaking, step up to the microphone when you get the chance. Don’t give a long drawn out boring presentation about you, your business, or your products but speak to the audience with authority about the exact thing that interests them.

They may be your ideal clients when your message is clear and they understand that you have the knowledge and expertise that could be a great resource for them.

Grab your 3 Steps to Finding Your Ideal Client Guide HERE!

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Jeanie Scott and her team of experts provide marketing concepts to help businesses make an impact online. Funnel designs & copy, content marketing, blogging, Facebook ads, and lead magnets are just some of the things our team can help you with. Funnel design and the right copy is key to generating leads, converting sales, and maintaining relationships with existing customers.

Jeanie Scott

Jeanie Scott and her team of experts provide marketing concepts to help businesses make an impact online. Funnel designs & copy, content marketing, blogging, Facebook ads, and lead magnets are just some of the things our team can help you with. Funnel design and the right copy is key to generating leads, converting sales, and maintaining relationships with existing customers.

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blog image

Whose Problem Are You Solving?

September 16, 20181 min read

Knowing Who You’re Selling To So You Know What To Sell

problem solved

Solving the buyer’s problem before they even ask makes it easier to attract those clients than to have to search for them. If you want to work with families that have young children, get involved with school activities and fundraisers, Daycares, Churches, etc. If your ideal clients are all within a certain area, get involved with a strong networking group in your area.

Don’t be afraid of public speaking, step up to the microphone when you get the chance. Don’t give a long drawn out boring presentation about you, your business, or your products but speak to the audience with authority about the exact thing that interests them.

They may be your ideal clients when your message is clear and they understand that you have the knowledge and expertise that could be a great resource for them.

Grab your 3 Steps to Finding Your Ideal Client Guide HERE!

sellingideal clientsolving problemknow who you're sellingknow what to sellproducts
Jeanie Scott and her team of experts provide marketing concepts to help businesses make an impact online. Funnel designs & copy, content marketing, blogging, Facebook ads, and lead magnets are just some of the things our team can help you with. Funnel design and the right copy is key to generating leads, converting sales, and maintaining relationships with existing customers.

Jeanie Scott

Jeanie Scott and her team of experts provide marketing concepts to help businesses make an impact online. Funnel designs & copy, content marketing, blogging, Facebook ads, and lead magnets are just some of the things our team can help you with. Funnel design and the right copy is key to generating leads, converting sales, and maintaining relationships with existing customers.

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