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How to Decide Which Problems You Solve for Your Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday October 30, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, product creation, Copywriting, Client attraction, Business planning, Branding, Referral marketing

How to Decide Which Problems You Solve for Your Clients

When youre creating your product, program or service package, designing your brand, scripting your marketing materials, and speaking to potential clients and referral network members, one of the most important questions you need to answer is What problem do I solve for my clients? I recently met an entrepreneur who was having trouble answering that question in her business. Here are the strategies I recommended: 1. Create a list of all the physical, emotional, financial, and/or lifestyle problems that you've helped people solve, or... Read More


How Your Marketing Might Be Attracting the Wrong Kind of Leads

By: Stephanie Tuesday September 18, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction

How Your Marketing Might Be Attracting the Wrong Kind of Leads

One day, an ad appeared in the sidebar of a site I was browsing, and I couldn't help but stare at it. Not out of curiosity or desire, but out of the same kind of incredulous fascination one might feel if they were walking in a desert that had only one tree, and saw that a car had somehow managed to crash into that tree. It was just that improbably bad. The headline in particular caught my eye: "The only site that gets you a girl". There are so many things wrong with this ad. Let's take a moment to break it down. Problem #1: For... Read More


This Coupon Is a Perfect Example of How NOT to Advertise

By: Stephanie Tuesday August 21, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction

This Coupon Is a Perfect Example of How NOT to Advertise

If you get coupons in your mailbox, you might have seen this one recently: Image credit: Foodology.ca If you're anything like my family and I, your reaction was probably something like this: "Ummm, what? What's beyond meat?" "Something unexpected? What would I not expect to have in a burger? If I don't expect it to be in the burger, I probably don't WANT it to be in the burger." "Are they seriously advertising the fact that they're being dodgy about what's in their burger?" "It's human meat, isn't it?" "Frell me, they're... Read More


Are Your Sales Pages Missing This Important Ingredient?

By: Stephanie Tuesday July 10, 2018 comments Tags: Website design, Enrollment, Content marketing, product launch, Email marketing, Client attraction, Lead attraction, Copywriting, Marketing

Are Your Sales Pages Missing This Important Ingredient?

I recently read a sales page that perfectly exemplified how important it is to put the right information in your marketing materials - because this page definitely didn't. Let's see if you can spot the problem before I point it out. This sales page informed me that: 1. Their CBD oil wasproduced using a cold method of CO2 extraction, which produces the highest quality and best flavor. 2. The oil was quality tested and analyzed using cutting-edge equipment. 3. It was safe and ethically sourced. 4. It was 100% natural,... Read More


Interview - What to Say in Your Marketing Materials

By: Stephanie Tuesday June 12, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing

Interview - What to Say in Your Marketing Materials

Do you ever wonder how to get potential clients' attention, what to say in your marketing materials to turn casual viewers into clients, and why some potential clients walk away even though they need your services? In this six-minute video, I reveal all of that and more in an interview with Jeff Bloom from 360 Degrees to Success. Click the video below to watch the interview! If you want to hear the full 20-minute interview, please visit www.libertyneverstartagain.net and sign up for the seminar series in which... Read More


Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

By: Stephanie Tuesday May 15, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Mindset, Inspiration, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Enrollment, Public relations, Social media, Website design, Video marketing

Should You Share Your Ugly Past With Your Potential Clients?

If you host webinars, give live presentations, have an "About Me" page on your site, or otherwise share your story with your audience, I have a question for you: Do you share your raw, real story, warts and all? Or do you present a pretty, polished version for fear of making people uncomfortable or making yourself look bad? A few years ago, I met a business owner who faced that conundrum. She'd been abused, had lived on the streets, and had struggled to support herself. Since then, she'd become a six-figure business owner, and she... Read More


6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 17, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Public speaking, Client attraction, About me page, product launch, Webinar, Branding, Website design

6 Questions to Help You Create a Bio that Gets Clients

Have you ever read an "About Me" page that looked and felt like an entry in an encyclopedia, or listened to a webinar presenter share a backstory that made you wonder why they were telling you all of this? Now, here's a better question: did you read or listen to the whole thing, or did you get bored and click away from the page partway through? Some bios inspire their audiences to contact you, or encourage them to buy your services. Others attempt to show the company's or presenter's credibility, but are too dry or irrelevant to get... Read More


How to Convince Clients that You Can Get Results - Even If You're Just Starting Out

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 3, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Client attraction, Email marketing, Content marketing, Enrollment

How to Convince Clients that You Can Get Results - Even If You're Just Starting Out

When a client is thinking about making a purchase from you, they have one primary question: can you get them the result they want? How long you've been in business, how pretty your website is, and how many features your offer includes are secondary to this one all-important question. Those elements can help you make a sale, but unless the client likes the answer to That One Question, they're unlikely to buy anything. For some people, it can be a challenge to convincingly answer that question, especially if you're just starting out.... Read More


7 Quick Tips for Keeping Your Business Profitable

By: Stephanie Tuesday January 9, 2018 comments Tags: Marketing, Time management, Copywriting, Lead attraction, Mindset, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, leadership, Business planning, Social media, Website design, Referral marketing

7 Quick Tips for Keeping Your Business Profitable

Another business owner recently asked me, "How do you keep your business profitable?" Today, I'm going to share the answers I gave them: 7 short, sweet tips for staying profitable. Business Profitability Tip #1: Don't stop marketing. Some business owners keep marketing until their schedules are full or their income is at a comfortable level, then they stop. As a result, if one of their clients stops working with them or reduces their purchases, they end up in a financial crisis. Even if you already have as many clients as you need,... Read More


DON'T Use This Teaching Point in Your Content Marketing if You Want to Get Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday December 26, 2017 comments Tags: Marketing, Copywriting, Blogging, Article creation, Lead attraction, Client attraction, Email marketing, product launch, Content marketing, Webinar, Public relations, Lead nurture, Social media, Video marketing

DON'T Use This Teaching Point in Your Content Marketing if You Want to Get Clients

When I receive a proposal for a guest post or evaluate a client's education-based marketing, there's one mistake that will make me say "can't publish, must revise" faster than almost any other. A mistake that wastes your audience's time, and will make you look useless in the eyes of your potential clients. That mistake is saying "learn how to X", "research how to Y", or "figure out how to Z". Why is this type of teaching point so unacceptable? Imagine if you were sitting in math class, and your teacher said, "Now figure out how... Read More



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