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How To Get More Clients

Easy Strategies to Attract More Customers and Boost Your Revenue

Last week I ran a poll on Instagram asking business owners for article topics THEY would like to see covered in my blog. The very first (and quick off the mark) request was simple. “Finding More Clients”. A timely request in an environment where we are seeing a steady decline in discretionary spend. So here it is… a very simple step by step guide to help you get more clients.

Remember – it isn’t just about finding the client. There are four primary steps in building your client base - which is a structured approach that encompasses an understanding of your target demographic, raising brand awareness, engaging with potential clients, and ultimately converting leads into sales. This can be expanded even further to look at components such as your branding – but is based on the prior assumption that there is a demonstrated need for your product or service in the marketplace. For purposes of this article, we will look simply at the four primary steps.

Let’s explore each of these steps:

1. Identifying Your Target Demographic - The Foundation of Success

Before you can attract the right clients, it's essential to identify your target demographic. Knowing who is most likely to purchase your product or service is the foundation of your marketing strategy. This knowledge informs where and how you market your product. I know some of you are reading this and thinking “Great…I did this two years ago when I started my business.” But bear in mind that the marketplace evolves constantly… consumer preferences and behaviours change, new products enter the market – and by reconsidering this, you may discover previously untapped customer demographics that are interested in your product or service.

Start by:

  • Conducting market research: Gather data to understand your potential clients' needs, preferences, and behaviours. You can use surveys, social media insights, or competitor analysis.

  • Creating buyer personas/avatars: Develop detailed profiles of your ideal customers. These personas should include demographic information, pain points, and goals.

  • Niche down: While it might be tempting to appeal to a broad audience, focusing on a niche can help you build a more personalized approach and target an audience more able to purchase during tough economic times.

2. Raising Brand Awareness - Visibility is Key

Once you've identified your target demographic, the next step is to make your brand visible to them. Here's how:

  • Content marketing: Create valuable content that educates, entertains, or informs your audience. Blog posts, videos, and infographics can help establish your authority in your industry.

  • Social media presence: Utilise social media platforms where your target audience is most active. Share content that resonates with them and engages in meaningful conversations.

  • Search engine optimisation (SEO): Optimise your website for search engines to increase your online visibility. This includes using relevant keywords, creating high-quality content, and improving your website's user experience.

  • Collaborate and network: Partner with complementary businesses and influencers in your industry to expand your reach.

  • Cold Call: And here I definitely don’t mean sending out spammy emails or shrink-worthy LinkedIn requests!. This much maligned and overlooked way of marketing is still the cornerstone of many successful businesses. And yes – I know that the some of us get anxiety at the thought of drop-ins to bricks and mortar stores, or phoning through a list of contacts. However, this still (if done right) remains a very effective way of quickly reaching clients you (and not an advertising algorithm) choose. Give me a call if you would like to be coached through how best to do this for your specific customer demographic.

3. Engaging with Your Target Demographic - Building Meaningful Connections

Engaging with your target demographic is about building relationships, trust, and loyalty. Here's how to do it effectively:

  • Personalise your approach: Tailor your messaging and offers to suit the specific needs and interests of your audience. Personalization fosters a sense of connection.

  • Social media engagement: Respond to comments, messages, and mentions promptly. Show genuine interest in your audience's questions and feedback.

  • Email marketing: Send relevant, valuable, and consistent email campaigns to keep your audience engaged and informed about your products or services. The key here is to offer value. I posted a quote on Instagram last week that says “Strive not to be a Success, but rather to be of Value”. If we are not first and foremostly demonstrating value, it doesn’t matter how much we hustle… success will never follow.

  • Webinars and events: Host webinars or live events related to your industry. This allows you to interact directly with potential clients and showcase your expertise or product. This is also a great way of growing your database of leads. Attendees can be re-marketed to via EDM, social media, calls and SMS. They are warm leads.

  • Use authenticity in your communications. Authenticity encourages bonding over points of commonality - and builds a platform for trust due to the vulnerability required when communicating in an authentic and genuine way.

4. Strategies for Converting Leads into Sales - Closing the Deal

The conversion phase is the culmination of all of your efforts in reaching your target demographic, raising brand awareness, and engaging consistently with potential clients . Utilise the following

  • Leverage customer testimonials and case studies: Share success stories and endorsements from satisfied clients to build trust and confidence.

  • Implement an effective sales funnel: Build a streamlined process that guides prospects through each stage of the sales journey, from awareness to consideration to the final decision.

  • Create compelling offers: Design compelling offers that provide value to your potential clients. This could be a limited-time discount, a free trial, or an exclusive package.

  • Every offer should make the client aware of their need for your product or service and what PROBLEM you will solve for them, along with why you are well positioned to do this. Your Value Proposition.

  • Use effective call-to-action (CTA) buttons: Your website and marketing materials should feature clear and enticing CTAs that guide potential clients towards making a purchase. These should be limited in time and quantity to incentivise action. Encourage FOMO - in the nicest way possible .

  • If you are selling face-to-face, educate yourself in (or get a coach to learn - hint hint) effective sales techniques. This doesn’t mean you have to become fake or pushy. Remember – the best client relationships are built on trust.

It’s important to note that finding more clients isn’t the only tactic for increasing your revenue. There are a multitude of strategies that you can use to reengage your existing database of clients and increase average transaction values – for more information on these methods, see my blog on .

Attracting more clients involves an end-to-end strategy that begins with understanding your target demographic and extends through raising brand awareness, engaging with potential clients, and finally, converting leads into sales.

Use these steps as a basis for creating a warm, professional, and results-driven approach that leads to sustainable growth. Remember, building a loyal client base takes time and effort, so be patient and stay committed to your objectives.

A personal mantra of mine is “As I Take Action, Opportunity Greets Me". If you would like guidance to apply these principles to your business, then take action and book a free discovery call today.

Have an amazing week!

Rachel x

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