Why Use Attraction Marketing Systems
No matter what type of business you run, determining successful ways to attract (and keep) new customers is required for the continued growth of your brand. Companies use many approaches to get their customers’ attention, including print and web advertising, email marketing, direct selling, television and commercials.
Some businesses, especially independent associates for multilevel companies, use attraction marketing systems to gain clients. These systems teach business owners how to attract interested clients.
As a business owner, you’re probably an expert in your field, no matter if your specialty is dog grooming or video marketing. Attraction marketing systems show business owners how to use that expertise to attract clients to the products and services they offer.
Attraction marketing systems focus on bringing new prospects to businesses in ways that skip traditional marketing and instead focus on very targeted groups of prospects. These systems educate business owners to do this using blogs, search engine marketing and various social media platforms.
Attraction marketing is the fine art of “pull marketing” (getting potential customers to come to you) by the use of Personal Branding. Personal branding is selling “You.” There are a few things you can do that, if done well and consistently, will keep customers coming to you as long as you want them. Use a blog (such as this), make use of Social Media sites (like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) and consider joining local Meetups!
Know what our want! If you don’t know what you really want from your personal brand, you aren’t likely to get it. You need to know your own strengths and weaknesses, what business you want to be in, what you want that business to look like in the distant future and who your primary customers are. Know exactly which clients you can help the most and why, and to remember that you are in a position of visibility to their ideal client.
Attraction marketers should align online selves with their real life selves. Offer real, tangible value first and the opportunity (product second). The more you offer to your prospective associate, the more likely they will want to partner with you in your opportunity.Bill Giles 201-861-3557
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