If you’re not taking advantage of social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, you might be living in a cave.
So get online and connect with clients using these free tools, which allow you to demonstrate your knowledge. This, in turn, can garner referrals.
The online world is indeed where many clients are going to assess businesses and services. Think of the last time you booked a hotel or went to a new restaurant. Didn’t you Google the latest reviews?
Which is another reason to get online—to monitor what others say about you.
And social media sites aren’t the only outlets where you can promote yourself. The Internet offers a plethora of opportunity for you to prospect clients at just the click of a button.
The most important tool is your website. Every single touch point you create for yourself should lead readers back to your site. Keep it up-to-date and reader friendly.
When it comes to online marketing material, make sure it downloads automatically onto your client’s desktop, and includes hyperlinks back to your website.
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