Most online marketers know they need to identify a target market. A target market is simply a particular niche of potential customers to direct your promotion, content marketing, and advertising. But this is only the first step, and unfortunately, many new marketers stop at this point. But can you really have a conversation with ‘stay at home moms between the ages of 25-45’? No, your conversations should be a with a specific person, with specific hopes and dreams, as well as specific challenges and pain points. You need to speak to your ideal customer avatar.
Let’s be honest. Every business needs more: more traffic, more customers, more sales, more members, more time, and more money. But what if I had a system that would help you do all of that with less effort? Keep reading as I share the 16 exciting reasons you should join my attraction marketing system.
Ever wonder how the online gurus are able to have online marketing success in their businesses month after month?
You’re doing everything you can think of. You post on Facebook, you have a Twitter account, you created one of those bloggy things, you even started a Pinterest board, but you’re still not getting the success you expected.
One reason why the online gurus have continued success is because they have a long-term vision and a long-term marketing plan.
When I first started learning about marketing, I knew that I had to find others who were already doing what I wanted. I came across this incredible attraction marketing system created by 3 guys who were trying to build their network marketing business.
It’s always interesting to me when people say they don’t know what to post about in social media when trying to build their personal brand. In the last few posts, I have been speaking about the process of creating your personal brand. The next step in the process is to identify your unique selling proposition.
Do you ever find yourself asking these questions?
- What should I post?
- What should I put in my ad?
- What do I write about in my blog?
Have you ever thought about who you want to work with? Thought about who your favorite customer(s) or distributor(s) are? The next step in identifying your personal brand is creating your Red Velvet Rope Policy.
We ended the personal branding post by asking two questions:
- Given all of the other options open to me as a customer, why should I do business with you?
- Why is this customer going to pay for your product or your service versus the option of not doing anything?