This is a real question.
I'm an experienced entrepreneur, business coach (local) and small cap investor. I have business and engineering education as well as art (i love painting)
I respond to a lot of my relatable questions posted here on Clarity.
My expertise is in marketing, business dev & ideation with a lot of experience in sales. As a consultant however I know that my expertise does not lie in leveraging Clarity, but is something I would like to do more.
I promote it on my own too (although not as much)
I can't seem to convert any leads into calls immediate calls!
Does anyone have any suggestions? What has worked for you best? Changes in profile? Pricing?
I would really appreciate it!
I would love to know what others say in response to this question. I am facing the same challenge. Seems more folks need to know about the potential for growth with Clarity?
Instead of answering here, I can do you a favor by talking on the phone. Send me a link for a free call (using your VIP code), and we can chat about Clarity.fm. That way the call will be credited to you, which can't hurt.
Some people will advise you to use free calls as a way of building your reputation or picking up leads. That's not what I do, since my calls seldom involve upsells that steer clients to other services. Since, in my case, the call itself (together with preliminary research) really is the service rendered, I have to charge for the call. But I suppose free calls may work for consultants whose model involves recruiting customers.
Have you made any calls yet? If not here's what you need to do.
Optimize your profile for your key expertise and use keywords in you title and bio.
For example I used inbound marketing, lead generation and conversion optimization.
Currently I rank really well for lead generation.
Answer lot's of questions on Clarity and give away free calls to earn some good rating and reviews. This will help you get more calls into the future.
Link to your Clarity profile from your blog/website. Also include a link to it in your email newsletter.
I hope that helps.
If you have any more questions, I'd love to help you out over a call.