Here are a couple of ways I’ve gotten new clients:
Hope this helps!
Hi there @asim,
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Promoting yourself can be challenging, but this is what the Find-a-ProAdvisor profile is all about. For some extra help, check out our blog, 5 Tips to Maximize Your New Find-a-ProAdvisor Profile.
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So much has changed since I first became a ProAdvisor. Life was simpler then. :)
Marketing is such a deep topic and one I always jump on at the conferences that we attend. Like stated below, your ProAdvisor page will become a lead source. If you take the Advanced Cert, it should rise you above the others. It is a time-consuming effort, but very much worth it. I use a weekly blog post with a video that I consistently post to every week. Although I have not had much success on Facebook for generating clients, I have heard of many others that have had the exact opposite experience.
I use 17hats for my CRM and track the leads. Most leads for me come from the videos or a google search. Answering questions on this community forum, make help link back to you via google. My ProAdvisor page (even though I am advanced certified), comes in 3rd but is a continuous source of leads. Many do very well on that PAP page, but it is dependent on your location.
Matthew Fulton @ParkwayInc and I just did a Facebook live event on this very topic. Tons of good information on this in that video. We posted it in our private FB Group.
This is the age old question, one that I must confess I am still working on myself! While we would never claim to have all of the answers, @lynda and I are always happy to share our crazy ones with you. Below is a recording of a Facebook live stream that we did together on this very topic. I hope it helps!
Thanks, @PARKWAY, and @lynda for sharing this video! I highly recommend viewing this video if you get a chance as it includes several valuable tips which help fuel their success. The topics covered are basically everything you can do to increase your digital business presence and how that, in turn, can fuel your client acquisition. Topics discussed:
But, most importantly, rely on multiple tools to get yourself seen and then interweave them so it always leads the customer back to your website. And, remember you can add your business website to your Community Profile too just as Parkway and Lynda have done.