Growing Business Online: Identifying your Ideal Customer
Wanting to use Social Media more and better in your business? Wanting to hear some practical strategies for using Social Media more strategically in your business?
In This Episode
I get the opportunity to interview Wendy McClelland, a coach, consultant, and Social Media trainer from Abbotsford, British Columbia. We go through the key steps she leads clients through when they come and want to use social to grow their business. It’s an informative dive into the value of identifying your ideal client and being specific and consistent in your strategy! Plus, Wendy shares on some of the key social tools that she uses and recommends to clients for managing their Social Media efficiently.
Topics Covered with Wendy McClelland:
- The need to identify your avatar / ideal audience
- How to identify that avatar
- Developing a Social Media Strategy
- Why start small in your social efforts
- The importance of consistency and focus in social media
- The value of list building and “freebies”
- Social Media tools recommended by Wendy
More about Wendy McClelland:
Wendy McClelland is a past nominee for Canadian Entrepreneur of the Year and her first website was chosen by the New York Times as “one of the best biz sites on the ‘net” (the same day Microsoft was chosen). With nearly 20 years of Internet experience, Wendy has shared her Internet marketing and social media knowledge with over 10,000 people at live events.
Today, Wendy specializes in ‘demystifying social media’ by helping entrepreneurs identify their ideal clients, and then finding the RIGHT social media platforms to make lasting connections. Her goal is to help people feel less overwhelmed with social media, and more in control of how their image is portrayed online. Wendy offers her expertise through coaching, custom training and speaking.
Wendy lives in British Columbia, Canada, where she serves national clients with training, coaching, and social media strategy. Wendy is also part of the “The Social Chicks” team that serves corporate clients with training on social media.
Podcast Episode Resource Links:
- Wendy McClelland on the Web
- Facebook – Wendy McClelland
- Twitter – Wendy McClelland
- LinkedIn – Wendy McClelland
- Pinterest – Wendy McClelland
- Youtube – Wendy McClelland
- The Social Chicks
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