Do you get the feeling that your ideal clients aren’t attracted to you? Are you posting on social media, but no one is responding or signing up for your programs?
Well my friend, you may actually be trying to reach an ideal client that doesn’t want your help. The truth is that just because someone needs your help, it doesn’t mean that they are actively searching to solve their health problem.
This week on The Wellness Business Podcast we’ll be diving into part 2 of our niche trio mini-series to cover how to go about figuring out if the niche, or ideal client, actually wants your help.
We want to make sure you are talking to the people who are actively looking for solutions and are willing to invest to achieve their desired outcomes. We call those people your marketable ideal clients.
Here’s what you’ll learn this week:
- How to figure out if the niche, or ideal client, that you have identified actually want your help
- The signs to watch for from your potential clients that tell you if they are a prime candidate for your coaching services and are willing to pay for it
- How to fine-tune your marketing to identify your sweet spot so you are only attracting the people that are looking for a way to solve their problem
- 5 ways you can connect with your ideal clients to get more information to learn if they want your help and if so what they want
If you want to make sure you are not wasting your time attracting the wrong clients (or none at all) and have been looking for the sweet spot in your business, then this is the episode you’ve been waiting for!
Tune in to find out how to make sure you are connecting with your ideal client in a few simple steps.
REMINDER: To get clarity on your niche and dial in your marketing message so you will be attracting your dream clients, be sure to download The Niche Companion Workbook that shows you exactly what you should be doing based on what we teach in this episode.
Links mentioned on the show:
Episode 163 – Part 1 of our 3 part series: The Difference Between Your Niche, Marketing Message, and Offer
Freebie: The Niche Companion Workbook
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