How to Market to Those Who Want Your Solution

How to Market to Those Who Want Your Solution

Find your niche and you’ll find those who want your solution.
Once you start talking to the right people about what you can do for them, you’ll be focusing on how to market your solution and your business will explode.

Posted by Ask Coach Donna Social Media Coach & Intuitive on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Imagine you have a secret weapon that helps you know how to market to those who want your solution. But how do you find out who wants what you offer?

Find your niche and you’ll find those who want your solution.

We all understand that once you start talking to the right people about what you can do for them, you’ll be focusing on how to market your solution and your business will explode.

But wait!

Your challenge here is to know what a niche audience is and how it can help you market your solution!

Results have shown that a well-defined audience, a niche, is where you’ll want to share your customized solutions and market your solution through content and programs.

“…realize that mattering a lot to a few people is worth far more than mattering just a little to everyone.” ―SETH GODIN, author of Linchpin

I know it seems like so many people already know who their niche is. But I didn’t for a long time and maybe you don’t either.

Energize your business and become a microcelebrity with micromarketing.

Because…

Micromarketing helps you resonate with your niche audience in compelling new ways and helps you go from big to small audiences with fabulous results more quickly.

Trying to market your solution to the masses just isn’t going to work as a practical target! And that’s really good for us smaller businesses.

Squishing your marketing audience down gives you the power to build your brand one blog post, one video, or Facebook post at a time.

Want to continue learning? Why not join us in the market-your-solution

Let’s talk about micromarketing to your niche. Read more

Niche Marketing Strategy

http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php?photogid=1757Having an Internet niche marketing strategy research is essential, if you want to be successful.

When you do your niche marketing strategy research use these key factors, you will be ahead of your competition, get more visibility, credibility and profitibility – and ultimately you will make more revenue (that’s more money!) for your business.

1. What is your own connection to this niche market? Read more

Starting In Affiliate Marketing

How Much Money Can You Make With Affiliate Marketing?

3 Things You Must Have Immediately – That Depend On You Starting In Affiliate Marketing!

Affiliate Marketing is used by some of the biggest companies on the web.

  • Walmart, NetFlix, Amazon, E-bay just to name a few, along with entrepreneurs, coaches, and small home-based businesses.
  • Niche marketing, home based businesses, joint ventures with others online and even ministries!

How do they work – the strategy used? What is an affiliate marketing program?

Affiliate marketing is basically: Read more

Niche Marketing and Business Planning Tips

When coaching business entrepreneurs on a Niche Business Plan, we discuss the:
Five important tips before you start in preparing your Business Plan!

1. Your business plan will tell a compelling story about your ideas for your business, explaining who, what, when, where, how and why.
a. Ex: Who – pet owners – this is who you will be marketing to;

b. What – grooming – this is your product/service and what are your (and your competition’s) strengths and weaknesses;

c. When – availability and when do you expect to start earning money;

d. Where – Santa Ana, CA and where your clients are and where your competition is located;

e.  How – mobile – and how is your market research being done and how can you overcome obstacles; how does your product/service compare with your competition; Read more

5 Ideas for Your Blog Posts

5 Ways to Find Blogging Ideas

There is no need to ever run out of ideas for articles or blog posts, you could write posts for days and still never run out of ideas. I mostly feel like I am dry when I am tired or in a rush – so take a calm breath or a short walk and come back because you can:

1. Read Within Your Online or Offline Niche

Pretty obvious one that, but one you might have forgotten.  Subscribe to blogs and websites within your niche.  Search for articles that others have written – not to copy, but to inspire. Read more