Package Your Marketing Message to Capture Their Attention
If you want to consistently attract ideal clients to your solo practice, you need to have a clear marketing message. In addition to defining your message, you need to figure out how to package your message for maximum results.
How you present your marketing messages makes a BIG difference in how your clients respond or relate when they receive them. So, first you want to get clear on HOW to best connect with your audience.
For example, if your audience isn't very tech savvy, asking them to join you for a webinar might not get you the results that you're looking for. If they don't understand what a webinar is or how to participate, they won't respond to your marketing message or have the opportunity to learn how your solutions will help solve their problems. But, if you packaged the same information in a teleseminar (which is simply a conference call) or in a live presentation at a local networking group, you'd get much better results.
Packaging your marketing messages in the right way for YOUR ideal prospects is the best way to capture their attention and turn them into paying clients. Here are three tips to help zero in on the best packaging for your marketing messages:
•Meet them where they are - Are your potential clients active participants in social media? Do they prefer live workshops to virtual learning? Would they rather read what you have to say than listen? Do your research to find out where and how your ideal prospects are searching for the information you have to share.
•Cater to various learning styles - People prefer to receive information in different formats, either audio, visual or written. With each piece of marketing material you want to create, be sure to touch on the various learning styles. For example, you could create a blog post, a podcast and a video out of the same article. You don't have to reinvent the wheel - just re-purpose what you have in multiple ways so that it's easy for your audience to digest what you have to share.
•Be careful not to overwhelm your audience - Delivering your message in "bite size" chunks makes it easier to digest. We're all on information overload these days, so it's important to break things into small pieces. Keep your messages concise and to the point. And, of course, always provide a strong call to action to give them the opportunity to learn more and/or work with you directly.
By zeroing in on the right packaging for your message, you can target your clients with the right content and offers that will appeal to them. You'll save time and get better results from your marketing efforts. This will lead to a profitable, successful and sustainable business full of the ideal clients that you enjoy serving.