My biggest fear is not getting clients.....!
Why.... Why... Why....!
Come to us and tell you problem we will solve it?
But how, Let us know your mind reading way , how you handle it and how do you work it out. So just see below the number.
Need to figure it out. Who they are?
The more focused you are on, who your ideal client is : their Title, Industry, Location, Frustrations, Desires, and Barriers.
Pitch end with the brief call. What teach with teases you to full fill the proposal and such like the scope of work, deliverables, timeline, and client fees
1. Identify your ideal client.
2. Know your unique value proposition.
3. Share helpful content related to your niche.
4. Ask for referrals.
5. Invest in paid advertising.
6. Attend meetups and events related to your ideal client's industry.
7. Partner with other consultants or firms.
8. Join LinkedIn groups related to your ideal client's interests.
9. Follow-up with old leads.
10. Use online job listings.
The economy is always changing. So your business should always be changing. Managing a business includes adapting to change, evolving with change and sometimes pioneering those changes and evolutions.
The Lead Magnet Funnel to Convert from Lead to Client.
The Guru Model Helps You Create New Leads. (Teach,
Coach and Advise).
The art of cold pitching is especially important. Remember, this person did not ask you to email them. They don’t know you. Basically, they have every reason to ignore your pitch. You’re up against some big challenges to win them over.
You can say something like, “Thanks so much for taking the time for a 15-minute call. I’ll start out by asking you some questions so I can make sure we’re a good fit. Then, of course, you can ask me any questions you might have about my services. Does that sound good?”
Proposals come in all shapes and sizes and will vary widely depending on the consulting services you offer. Some consultants send proposals first and then separate contracts. I prefer to have my proposal and contract as one document, so the client can read what I’m proposing and then sign off on the scope, timeline, and price.
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.
A page of acover is exactly that, a cover for your proposal that displays your company’s brand, the client’s name, project, and date for reference.
“A finely tuned marketing and publicity system delivers a predictable number of quality sales leads to you every day, month in and month out, so your salespeople spend time only with people who already understand what you do and who have proactively asked you to help them solve their problem. Find their sore spot, and bang it with a hammer.”
“The average executive receives 120 emails a day. They’re busy and they are in the mode of skimming and ignoring or deleting anything that looks like selling or marketing and anything from people that they don’t know where there’s nothing in it for them to open the email. What we need to do is to get back on the phone and we need to have the right conversations.”
“The number one thing is to avoid trading time for money. Focus on value and tie it to the desired outcome. You never want to be considered a cost, but rather should be viewed as an investment. I’ve found that taking a stakeholder role is also rewarding and exciting.”
“Good follow-up alone elevates you above 95 percent of your peers. The follow-up is the hammer and nails of your networking tool kit. In fact, FOLLOW-UP IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS IN ANY FIELD.”
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