How to find clients using Facebook is a question I get a lot from my mom coaching mentoring clients. While it’s simple to design a marketing strategy based on showing up on Facebook a few times a day – because, let’s be honest, you’re probably showing up there everyday anyway – it can get confusing deciphering the difference between Facebook page, Facebook group, what to get first, what to post in each and how it all works together to connect you with new clients.
Leaning on my 4×1 Mom Marketing Method (otherwise known as MMM, MMM, Good – just came up with that 😉 ) I’m a stickler for choosing only ONE social media platform to home in on. Because it’s easy to spread yourself too thin by showing up on all the social medias. So choose one and if you’re coaching go with Facebook.
Keep Instagram for fun, LinkedIn for more corporate connecting but Facebook is where it’s at to find communities that can you really showcase your ability and passion to support moms in your chosen mom coaching niche.
Once I realized that Facebook is my one and only I wanted to get clarity on how to best devote my time spent on their so I can grow my coaching biz in an efficient, sustainable, non-time-sucking way. I signed up for some ecourses, hired a consultant and now I consider myself a bit of an expert if I do say so myself. And today I’m passing on these gleanings to you.
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What I cover in this 73rd Mom Coaches Getting Clients Podcast episode:
The difference between having a Facebook page and a Facebook group and what you should get first
What you should post on your Facebook page and how it’s different from what you post in your group
Why you should try to avoid using a post scheduler if you can, and if you do, which one you should use
How to decide you’re ready for a Facebook group and what to call it
Etiquette on how to show up in other people’s group to serve and grow your own business
The overall quest on showing up on Facebook as an entrepreneur
What I love about getting to work with moms who work with moms is that we once we make that one on one connection it’s like finding a long lost sister. We’re all really the one and the same behind the screen. Once you find clarity on who it is you serve with your coaching offering you simply get out there and connect with as many of your ideal clients as possible and be helpful. If you need help figuring out how to be that kind of next level helpful, I would love to chat.
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