|July 9, 2013|
|Marketing Tip: Get Specific!|
|By Jim Connolly|
Here’s a quick tip, to help you dramatically improve the effectiveness of your marketing.
One of the core factors behind ineffective marketing, is a lack of focus. Just as it’s impossible to hit a target when you don’t know what or where the target is, it’s just as hard to attract your ideal profile of client, when you are not clear about who they are.
Here’s a quick marketing tip, to demonstrate how clarity and focus can make your marketing far, far more effective.
I want you to ask yourself the following question: Who are the next 10 clients or customers I would most like to work with?
Next, answer that question AND name names! List the names of the next 10 people or businesses, you want to work with. Once you have this list, it’s easier for you to:
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