Growing your reach online is the best way for your business to succeed. The more people who see your name, read your blog posts and watch your videos, the more chances that you’ll convert some of them into paid customers or clients.
But your path to growing your audience may be considerably different from another coach’s path. There is no right or wrong way so long as you work every day to market your business and get new eyes on your content. You’ll want to pick and choose the activities that work best for your schedule and your target market.
These 7 steps are just the beginning of all the activities you can do to grow your reach and income through your community, but put into action consistently will bring you great results.
Blogging is still totally relevant. Content is never going away.
Start developing your writing skills today and every day.
Give each of your blog posts a goal. Know why you are writing about the subject and how it will serve your audience.
Always know what you’re going to write about and how it will showcase your expertise.
Never forget to add a call-to-action! What do you want your reader to do next?
Follow these helpful Facebook tips.
Why should you use video as often as possible?
Ways to boost your credibility with video:
Helpful video tips for you:
Never put off staying in touch with your prospects & customers.
Consistency is of the utmost importance.
Never run out of content ideas to share.
Choose an Instagram strategy and stick with it consistently.
Helpful Instagram tips:
Never take clients, customers, or prospects for granted.
How do you stay engaged with your audience?
Make time for conversations online and offline.
Reconnect with past clients and contacts who you enjoyed working with.
These are my 7 steps for building your online business community. When done consistently (not perfectly) you will grow your audience, increase your credibility, and uplevel your entire business.
If you would like my help growing your community and business, schedule a free consultation call to see if we’re a good fit.