At the end of this week, we’ll officially be halfway through 2017. Crazy, right? My hope going into this year was that I’d experience some level of growth, both professionally and personally. What I didn’t realize, however, was that the definition of growth doesn’t always mean bigger, better, faster. In fact sometimes, it means the opposite of that, which is exactly what I’ve come to discover over the last six months.
Today is the last post of our three part “getting clients” mini series. If you missed the first two posts, you can visit them here and here. Then you can always come back and read this one, of course. ;) Now that we’ve got that out of the way, the last topic I’d like to cover under the realm of getting clients is what to do when nobody is showing up.
Last week, I kicked off a three part series about getting clients, since it’s one of the questions I’m asked about the most. The first post covered word of mouth and referrals, so feel free to go back and review if you missed it. Today’s post, however, goes over an approach that’s a tad more obvious: selling yourself. There’s a bunch of different ways you can go about doing this, so I’m going to go over two of the biggest impacts you can make … your own website and social media.