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Here Is How I Grew My Clientele

The real way!


1.Networking

Networking is an essential part of owning any business. Building a professional network can help you connect with other professionals in the same field as you. These connects will lead to essential job opportunities, collaborations, and other valuable partnerships. How can you network? Its easy. Join Facebook groups, interact with people in person, and don't be shy! Everyone starts somewhere.


2. Don't Limit Yourself To Online Connections

It's no surprise we make most of our connections online and without social media we probably wouldn't have some of the connections we do. Although social media is great, talking to people in person is better. Meeting with someone in person allows for a more personal and authentic connection to be established, which can build trust between you and the other person. Trust is essential for building strong business relationships and meetings someone in person can help establish this foundations from the start.


Meeting people in person can also create more memorable experiences than simply communicating through email or phone. A face-to-face meeting can leave a lasting impression and increase the likelihood that the other person will remember you and your business.


3. Don't Be Spammy

Spamming is generally not an effective marketing strategy. I mean think about it would you want someone consistently texting, calling, and emailing you every single day? Absolutely not. Many people are wary of unsolicited emails or messages and are likely to delete them or mark them as spam. This can decrease the effectiveness of your marketing efforts and waste your time and resources.


You will also damage your reputation, TRUST ME. Spamming will make your business come across and unprofessional and unethical. This can make it difficult to build trust with potential customers and can lead to negative reviews or word-of-mouth.


4. Just Be REAL

Being real with your customers encourages them to provide feedback about your products or services. This feedback can be valuable for improving your offerings and making your business more customer-centric. You can be professional and friendly, just make sure you're setting boundaries with your clients so it doesn't result in miscommunication down the line. Don't forget we are all human, you don't need to sound like a professional robot when you're talking to your clients.



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