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Rule #1 about marketing: set a goal and create a plan to achieve it

April 7, 2014
Rule #1 about marketing: set a goal and create a plan to achieve it

If you are wondering how to increase your business and client attraction, the most important first step is to set a specific goal. So many people in business, especially those just starting out, don’t have a goal. They just want to get some clients. That does not really work very well. I have very specific […]

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My two-step approach to handle drop outs

March 24, 2014
My two-step approach to handle drop outs

When you offer programs that stretch over six months to a year, you will encounter clients who want to drop out. Frequently, money is cited as the reason. What’s behind this excuse is usually one of two things. Occasionally, clients are not experiencing the value they anticipated, but this is not common. More often the […]

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Lecture mode vs. interactive teleseminars? Which one works best?

February 17, 2014
Lecture mode vs. interactive teleseminars? Which one works best?

When I first started doing teleseminars to attract clients, I would do live calls with everyone on the line being able to ask me questions. My first boot camps were structured the same way as well. This worked fine when the groups were relatively small. Background Noise is Disruptive What I noticed over time was, […]

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How to follow up with interested prospects

February 3, 2014
How to follow up with interested prospects

Many people struggle with how to follow up with potential clients who say they are interested in working with you. Sometimes you leave them voicemail messages and never hear back. Sometimes they put you off or ask you to call back again at a later date. There are countless reasons why you might not connect […]

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Hiring your first assistant: six steps to determine what you need

January 29, 2014
Hiring your first assistant: 6 steps to determine what you need

If you are ready to start delegating to an assistant, first let me congratulate you! This is an important and empowering step that will free you up to grow your business and attract more clients. So how do you hire an assistant and figure out what they can do for you? Here are six steps […]

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Getting paid! Solutions for accepting payment online

January 6, 2014
Getting paid! Solutions for accepting payment online

When you are building a business, you want a solution for accepting payment online that is reliable and looks professional and trustworthy to clients. At Client Attraction, we have switched providers as we have grown to accommodate different levels of service and higher numbers of transactions. For many business owners starting out, they go for […]

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Do you need both a newsletter and a blog?

December 23, 2013
Do you need both a newsletter and a blog?

To attract clients, your blog and newsletter serve very different purposes. Obviously, the ezine is delivered by email and is created for outreach marketing. You are sending information directly to people who have subscribed which is like them saying, “Yes, I want to stay in touch with you and get your information.” On the other […]

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Your free CD – six steps from script to fulfillment

December 18, 2013
Your  free CD – 6 steps from script to fulfillment

Creating your Irresistible Free Offer (IFO) is a powerful way to attract clients and start building a database so you have people to market to. This is also how you begin building a relationship with prospects. Many readers have already taken advantage of my IFO which is my free CD available on the top right […]

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Facebook: How to get more visibility for your blog posts

December 4, 2013
Facebook: How to get more visibility for your blog posts

When you have written a new blog post, there are three ways to post the information on Facebook. At Client Attraction, we have done quite a bit of research and testing to discover what works best to get the engagement you want with fans. So let me share what we have learned. 1. Use the […]

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Social Media: Can too many Facebook posts be a turn-off to fans?

November 27, 2013
Social Media: Can too many facebook posts be a turn-off to fans?

How do you know how many posts are optimal to gain a good level of interaction on your Facebook business page? This takes some trial and error to figure out. The Life Span of a Social Media Post is short For a long time, I recommended posting often and taking a more prolific approach to […]

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