How to Attract Your Ideal Customers Teleclass

February 14th, 2011 by | Print

Have you been frustrated by your marketing campaigns because other solopreneurs seem to be attracting customers while no one seems to want to talk to you?


Have you put in the hours on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube only to end up confused as to why it isn’t helping your business when so many others seem to be raving about it?


If you’ve been a loyal solopreneur reader, you know that I often talk about, not trying to sell to ‘everyone’ and the importance of defining your ideal prospect. If you’ve missed some of my earlier posts or if you want a more in-depth understanding, you may be asking …


“How do I go about creating a profile of an ideal customer? And how does that ultimately benefit my small business?”


Well, I’m glad you asked.


Because on this upcoming Tuesday, February 15th at 6 PM EST / 3 PM PST, Michele Scism, the Results Lady from Decisive Minds, and I will be doing a live Q & A call discussing this very topic.


The title for our talk is “Discover How to Attract Your Ideal Customers and Have Them Know, Like and Trust You”.


Some of the topics we will be discussing include:

  • The typically profiling method most solopreneurs use and why this creates frustration and confusion

 

  • A 3D profiling system my Small Biz Break, partner, Maria, and I created to help you attract your ideal customers

 

  • Why 3D profiling is a must if you want to succeed using social media so you can stop wasting time and money on marketing programs that just won’t work

Here’s the link to get more information about this no-cost show, including a way for you to register so you can listen in.


Decisive Success Strategies Teleclass

Don’t miss the show. Plus, after we’re done, Michele and I will be answering your questions live on Facebook.


Click on the link above, sign in, and discover how you can create a 3D profile of your idea customer so you can attract them to you to build your business faster.


All the Best,


Doug Dolan
The Solopreneur’s Guide

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