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Who is Your Ideal Client? – Doable 1 @StaceyLMyers #30dailydoables #BizRocks #WomeninBiz

Doable 1 - Who is Your Ideal Client

Who is Your Ideal Client? – Doable 1 #30dailydoables

Hi Everyone!  Today is officially the first day of our ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables‘ blog tour. Thank you so much Emma Burford for kicking this off and hosting the first blog on your website!

Don’t forget to visit www.staceymyers.com/blogtour each day to check where the new blog posts are for that day.

We really appreciate you visiting the blogs along the blog tour. As a special thank you we are running a contest.  To enter, all you need to do is take certain actions each day – the more days you participate and the more actions you take, the more entries you receive.  Let me tell you we have had some amazing prizes donated so you want to make sure you are getting as many entries in as possible.

It’s not just on the blog that you can pick up some great prizes – share about the blog tour on social media and use the hashtag #30dailydoables for more chances to win!

This blog tour is to celebrate the launch of our latest book ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables’.  If you grab the book while the blog tour is on, you receive access to some great extra bonuses – make sure you visit the launch page to get yours!

Let’s get started!

Stacey Myers

Yesterday we looked at what list building is and today we are focusing on who it is you want on your list.  How to work out who is your ideal client. Emma Burford and Stacey Myers discuss, in this short audio, why it is important to know who your ideal client is and what you might consider when choosing who it is that you want to work with.

  • Men or Women
  • Age Range
  • Employee or Self Employed
  • Married or Single
  • Children
  • Income

Don’t just think about this in terms of demographics:

  • What interests do they have outside of work or business?
  • What problem do they want to solve?
  • What type of personality do they have?
  • Are they hardworking?
  • Are they going to take action on what you discuss in your coaching calls?

Figuring out your target market is an on-going process, so don’t worry if you don’t get it exactly right the first time. You definitely need a place to start though.

Who do you think your ideal client is?  Can you picture him or her in your mind?  We would love to hear in the comments section below. Remember the more detailed that you get with your ideal client the easier it will be to meet their needs!  (Also, leaving a comment is one of the ways to gain extra entries!!)

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About Stacey Myers

Stacey can be found at www.StaceyMyers.com where she works with people who have an entrepreneurial spirit and want to live life on their terms, create multiple streams of income and do their part to change the world.
  • I love to learn about List Building as it is so Important with building our business! Thanks for the clarity tip on getting to know your audience – so true when creating content.

    • Emma Burford

      Yes it is Tina and we are all learning and growing, which makes List Building Fun too. Finding new ways to engage with our readers and make that connection, which in turn may lead to new business and great relationships!

    • List building is fun and such an imperative part of your business. Thank you so much for having us!!

      • Emma Burford

        Absolute pleasure Stacey and can’t wait to check out Doable 2 today!

  • Clarifying your ideal client is so important to success online. It’s great to see it’s first on the blog tour! Looking forward to learning more.

    • Emma Burford

      Yes honing in to your ideal clients is a great place to start Louise can’t wait for the next Doable 🙂

    • If we don’t know who our ideal client is then we are trying to talk with every one and that is never going to go well.

  • This is one step that is so easy to ‘skip’ over and I think it comes down to people really not wanting to face the reality that they can’t serve everyone and they think that limits their audience.
    Great interview and looking forward to sending people to this post to help the grasp the importance of this step.

    • Emma Burford

      Thanks Eden yes we are all going to learn important steps on this Blog Tour, it’s such a fab idea and looking forward to following along!

  • I’m a bit late but very excited to be a part of this. My schedule is crazy right now but making time.
    Thanks for the invite, Emma. So glad to be a part of this.

    • Emma Burford

      As they say always better late than never thank you for popping by Cynthia and finding time to be part of the 30 Daily Doables blog Tour 🙂

  • This is the first time I’ve been in a blog tour. Great idea.

    • Emma Burford

      Well I’m glad you could make it Carol- Enjoy!

  • This is great. For me, as a Virtual Assistant, I have found that my ideal client is the disorganized, busy solopreneur that is just starting their business and need back-office support.

    • Emma Burford

      Yes Carmen lots of really vaulable tips for you and your clients being shared on this #30dailydoables blog tour glad you could join us 🙂

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