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4 Tips to Help Your Business Generate More Clients via Social Media

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Clients and customers are what makes your business go round, they’re the very lifeblood of your business. Without them, you don’t have a company.

So here’s the big question: Where do you find clients?

It’s a question that you might have asked, and have likely heard a hundred times already.

Part of the answer is that you don’t wait for clients to come knocking at your door, or referrals to be handed to you on a silver platter. Businesses that want to make it and grow put in the effort.

To get clients you need to be out there – and one of the best places to be present is social media.

Here are some tips to help you find more customers using social platforms.

Which Social Media Platform?

Before you start looking for clients, you need to determine if you’re on the right social media platform/s.

Part of finding new clients on social is about focusing your efforts on the platforms which your ideal prospects use to connect. You want to be on the ones where potential clients are active, otherwise you’ll only be getting dead leads.

Start Building Your Profile

Imagine coming across a brand on social media with a poorly-maintained profile – incomplete, inaccurate business information, lots of spammy promotional posts, zero engagement.

Would you still buy from that brand? Highly unlikely.

That’s how most potential clients think.

Part of your lead generation effort involves building a strong social persona. Once your social profile is up, potential clients are likely going to come across it – and not just potential clients, but also anyone within their extended network.

The last thing you want is to have a social profile that’s anything but presentable.

When you’re building your social profile, be sure to follow these dos and don’ts:



Find the Common Ground

One of the common mistakes of agency owners when building their social media profile/s is trying to connect with everyone via their social media accounts.

Why is this wrong? First, you’re not building quality relationships, and second, that’s not the ideal way to find leads that are likely to convert.

To find your future clients, you need to establish a common ground – you don’t simply chat up a lead you recently connected with and jump into a conversation about them needing your services.

Finding a common ground is your first step towards starting a conversation with them, so you have a better rapport when you do reach out.

Here are some ways to establish common ground:

Be the First to Reach Out

Remember, you want clients to buy from you – this means you can’t always expect them to reach out first. Sometimes you have to be the one to initiate the contact.

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