So many people tell me that they know that they have a great service or product, but they just can’t find the clients.
And I help a lot of people locate where their “Diamond Clients” (my way of saying Ideal Clients) hang out. And I can tell you that it takes detective work.
So take a look at my plan on exactly how to do this below.
And at the end, I have a gift for you! I have compiled a Secret Clients Hangout list. Yes, a bunch of places online where you can find clients for your particular business. And I have put them in different categories so you can just go straight to what applies to your business.
So, here they are.
5 steps to Diamond Client Creation:
Step 1: Know What You Are Looking For
As entrepreneurs we know that in order to have a successful business we need to have clients.
Sometimes we get into business before having any who our ideal clients even are. We just throw ourselves into thinking that if we do what we love and what we are good at, that clients will just flock to us. Well, it doesn’t always pan out like that.
And there are so many types of potential clients out there that it can make your head spin. And I think that all of us have experienced how those “less than ideal clients” can cost us time, money and our sanity. On the other hand, when we get Diamond Client, it’s like we just married the person of our dreams, and are headed out to our honeymoon on the Hawaiian Islands. Right?
So, this is your “Diamond client”. And you want to Create this client again and again until that is all you have.
And notice I say Create and not Attract because although in some cases, people are just ready to buy your product or sign up for your service, in a lot of cases, you are actually Creating those clients because these folks have never even thought of being in the market for whatever it is that you do or sell, and you are doing the very first thing of even making them aware that there might be a need.
And this is what it feels like to have a a bunch of Diamond Clients – kind of like holding a bunch of diamonds in your hand. Wouldn’t that be great?