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Where to find customers with Social Media?

Where to find customers online?

 

Google and YouTube:

Both platforms can be very successful once a good niche and keywords are narrowed down. However you can waste tons of money fast if not executed well. YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine. Video is the most consumed content on the internet.

 

Facebook:

Paid advertising is relatively inexpensive it is a perfect place to run multiple small tests and hone in on your target market and message. In addition groups, personal pages and business pages are a great way to build a following.

 

Live: Extremely hot marketing method right now on several platforms. This will require consistency over time to build up an audience. If you can be regular with your sharing it can be a powerful tool to engage and share expertise.

 

Twitter:

Search Twitter for the problems you can solve. Do not sell but interact and help. When you are done helping mention they can contact you directly, and provide your business contact information.

 

Reddit/StumbleUpon:

These are like the front page news of the internet. Get something to gain momentum it is possible to go viral. 

 

Quora: Is a question and answer site. Answer questions and help. Become the trusted expert.

 

Blog/Website:

Offer great information, sell your products benefits. Have a compelling offer with lead capture system. Only 5% are NOW BUYERS Capture, Communicate and Compel. Be top of mind and likely you can get the sale later. Retarget.

 

LinkedIn/Bebee/Opportunity Powerful business social media platforms for building relationships with other business people. LinkedIn has paid click ads, cost more but are great for high ticket products to your target audience.

 

Pinterest/Instagram/Snapchat/Flickr/Imgur – Amazing platforms to share imagery.

 

Clarity.FM / Fiverr / Upwork:  Clarity allows you to get paid for advice over the phone on business topics. Fiverr, upwork, freelancer and others allow you to sell your service to the public.

 

Etsy/Shopify/Amazon/Udemy/Ebay: These platforms can be leveraged to sell your products to a wider audience than you may be able to do otherwise.

 

Local Online Marketing:

 

Alignable: Is the LinkedIn of local businesses.

 

Nextdoor: Is the “neighborhood watch” of the internet. Lost Dog reports, criminal activity and who is the best darn plumber in your neighborhood? Get your business verified and have all your friends, customers and anyone else you know brag about you in the neighborhood they live in and watch your sales go up.

 

Facebook Local Buy and Sell pages / Craigslist: Normally for selling household items, surprisingly many local service can sell quite well right along with used tennis rackets . Facebook Messenger works great!

 

Google + (Google My Business): Google love it. Get your business verified by Google. Use Google Map Photos/Video to share images, fun, video testimonials, happy customers, and get good ratings.

 



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