Most entrepreneurs want to grow and add more customers and boost revenue, because in business, it’s always a good time to focus on revenue.
But, prospective customers
want to be engaged.
What’s that mean for your business?
There are simple, yet powerful strategies that apply to any business.
One of most powerful steps is engaging, involving, and participating with your customers…which involves:
o Developing and building awareness through consistent education-based, info-marketing, and selling to catch their interest and keep connected to them.
o Putting this all into systems and auto-pilot.
These powerful steps seem pretty normal – you are connecting with your prospective, and current, customers helping them understand that you are important to them, unique, and approachable.
You say you’re already doing this?
It seems that most entrepreneurs miss out on the proven tactics for how customers want to be engaged, which can give them more power in how to add more customers and boost revenue in a valuable way.
How Customers Want To Be Engaged…
- Write out how can you improve the experience you offer, to attract new customers and keep them coming back.
- What kind of engagement do your prospective customers expect?
- How can you use Social Media and blogging?
You want your ideal customers to say…“Finally, someone who wants to help me has shown up, I want more!”
A smart marketer, has early and continuing interaction, that’s engagement, with ideal prospects before, during and after the sales.
So how do you find out if the solutions, and your interactions are actually working and it’s what they want?
Your job in marketing is being able to capitalize on the insights you receive when you engage with your customers.
A few stay-in touch” tactics and how your customers want to be engaged:
o Your Blog – is a Social Media Tool, when you are posting 2-3 times a week. It helps your website rankings, educating your market and building your communications skills. If you’d like to learn more about mastering and promoting your blog, join us at donnalward.com/blogmastery.
o Weekly emails – stay on top of their minds as your give brief and value centered content.
o Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. If you’re not using these tools to create more awareness and visibility for your business, then you’re not taking advantage of wider engagement opportunities.
– Are these some of the people you’re looking for ~ “People who engage brands in social media are significantly more likely to buy from and recommend those brands.” go.wf-social.com
What are you doing to reach your prospective, and current, customers that want to be engaged?
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8 thoughts on “Today’s Customers Want To Be Engaged”
I honestly use everything in social media.
You name it, I’m there. If it’s going to help my brand, then I’m all for it!
Keep in Touch(ed),
So glad you stopped by, KG – thank you – and yes there is a lot of great ways to promote and engage! 🙂
For me, one of the main ways to keep customers engaged is to interact with them personally on social media. I never schedule my social media because I want to minister to the people that I’m interacting with, not just post something.
Susan Evans recently posted..Kings of Israel Unit Study
Thank you for stopping by Susan- I have to schedule times during busy days – I need a routine to make sure I don’t miss something important – it works for me! Big hugs, 🙂
I found your link in FB I dont have a business I am promoting at the moment, but I do know the importance of using Linkedin and Twitter is important to me along with Google+ these days to get the word out about my blog posts.I have signed up so that I can receive your update, thank you!
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Thank you Karren – You mlso be interested in the Blogging Mastery Mentoring Community at http://donnalward.com/blogmastery/
I’m studying it!
Sophie Bowns recently posted..Teddy- Chapter 47
Lots to think about, Sophie – thank you for stopping by 🙂
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