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