Tagged: Lead Generation
January 9, 2019 at 3:37 pm #2386
January 9, 2019 at 7:11 pm #2411
The best traffic tip I ever used with real success was when I set up six weeks of follow-up messages in Aweber for clients to receive one a day, and then I sent a summary message every two weeks. That really worked.
By the time the six weeks was up, I had another six weeks ready to go. It took the pressure off me of having to perform every day.
I am basically a night person, and I don’t always get to post at the–so called–best times for social media, but I have found that by posting late, the answers are there for the morning people.
The other thing I did that helped me get traffic was post in niche forums.
January 9, 2019 at 7:46 pm #2419
When I started online in 2007 I got my traffic through Search Engine Optimization, articles, and being interviewed by people who had audiences that were a good fit. I met those people through mastermind groups and forums.
I still get sign-ups, coaching clients, and students from SEO I did way back when.
I leveraged somebody else’s audience in November and had over 900 registrations for a free webinar. I have a growing responsive Facebook page and plan to boost webinar invitations for my next free webinars to my existing audience there and to custom audiences. That will be the first time I have paid for traffic.
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February 14, 2019 at 10:25 pm #26499
Here is my best traffic advice.
It’s not about a traffic strategy or method but it starts with knowing people in your targeted market.
Truly, deeply know them. Know their problems, desires, way of thinking, believes, their language…
Know how old they are, what are they doing, what are they reading, what are they watching…
Once you truly know and understand your targeted market you can create customer avatars.
With customer avatar you can easily see where your prospect hangs out (online or offline) and what marketing message grabs his attention. Then you can use that data in ads, emails, landing pages, sales pages, articles…
February 15, 2019 at 4:16 pm #26714
Something you could do is to think “repeatable story scenario.” For example, what story scenario is a common one your ideal prospect experiences? When I talk about story scenario, I’m talking about life situations that seem to commonly be associated with your type of client.
To further explain, do you seem to commonly attract a lot of people who seek solutions for a certain, common home life or business situation? If so, that situation could be written up in a story format. For me, I used to work with A LOT of people struggling with cluttering and hoarding. Clients used to tell me how hopeless and overwhelmed they felt about these behaviors. Imagine any type of scenario involving cluttering and hoarding. I would turn those situations into a story format. Those were lead generators for me.
You know, it’s kind of like when you drive a certain type of car. Wherever you look around you, it seems like there are a TON of the same car on the road as the one you are driving. If the car you drive is the same as everyone else’s you experience common situations while driving that car. Some of them might irritate you or could endanger you. Those could be lead generation stories if you were a mechanic who could fix those specific problems in that specific car.
Think of challenges people experience in your niche. These potential clients are experiencing unwanted niche story scenario particulars that drive them crazy. That is lucky for you because you have the perfect solution to those scenarios or at least one main scenario commonly experienced by your niche members. Those scenarios would be a part of your lead generation process. Repeatedly talking about how to solve that one main niche problem can attract the right traffic to you with very qualified leads.
So, if your niche specialty were hoarding and clutter, a story you might use to generate leads would have to do with paper. Knowing which papers to hold onto and which ones are acceptable to let go of is a very common concern for people who clutter and hoard. You could talk about gentle, simple solutions to what they can do with their piles and piles of papers to declutter. That’s what I did in my products and in my live sessions with clients or in public presentations I did to other hypnotherapists at big hypnosis conventions.
As an example of what happened for me in this niche, you can look here at some of my products:
Hope this helped give you a good model for lead generation and getting qualified traffic.
February 15, 2019 at 4:30 pm #26745
Thanks to Sheri Lee, Lynne, Dejan, and Beverly for insightful and useful traffic ideas! I really appreciate them and will strive to use them in my business!
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