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Turning Your Twitter Followers Into Paying Clients

Try to improve your relationships with your existing Twitter followers. Turn them into personal contacts and you will have a much better chance of creating a productive business relationship. Continue reading

Twitter List Building

When broadcasting the subject matter, you should definitely give acknowledgment to the original poster in the way I showed you above.  I know at first it may sound like this will only be good for the original tweeter, but retweeting can actually benefit you just as much if not more because Continue reading

Life Coaches, Business Coaches – How to Get Lots of Clients From Linkedin, and Twitter

Although many coaches believe that marketing is mainly talking to a lot of people, and giving your sales pitch… those coaches are missing he real point of marketing.

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Coach Business Building — Blogging, Twittering, Facebooking — How to Get Hundreds of New Clients

All of you coaches out there building a coaching business through  Blogging, Twittering, Facebooking and their website are doing that for what simple reason?

To be found by the most people, am I right?

So, why is it that so many people make it so darned hard to be found while they do all of that stuff to be found? Continue reading

Coaches — Life Coaches, Business Coaches — How to Get Lots of Clients from Twitter & LinkedIn

Although many coaches believe that marketing is mainly talking to a lot of people, and giving your sales pitch . . . those coaches are missing he real point of marketing. Continue reading

Getting Even More Business from Twitter

Over the last few days I’ve posted several ways to grow your business using Twitter. One of those was that the more people you reach out to follow on Twitter, the more of them that will end up following you, will join your list, and some will buy what you have to offer. Continue reading

Getting Lots of Coaching Clients With Twitter

One of the most important things you can learn about marketing is that it’s never about you, it’s about the customer and what he wants. Find the answers what literally GRABS ATTENTION so that your readers BEG you for what you have. Continue reading