I am a career consultant with large conglomerates and have a great deal of startup model knowledge, and exposure. I have also been working with some early-stage startups in the digital space offering my growth mentoring services on a pro bono basis. I am looking to monetize my services to growth startups with some budget. How do I best market my broad services to them and acquire them?
You already have your niche. Startup's.
Now in order to gain more exposure to your services and market them you can start with content creation on popular Social Media channels. Your content proves your expertise.
When you apply the right CTA to your content you literally are creating a lead magnet for your potential clients. The best place you can start with is Instagram + LinkedIn
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1. Create niche in a specific area.
2. Show and create your presence online.
3. Answer questions on platforms like Clarity.
4. Provide quality answers and valuable help to startups.
5. Post helpful posts and materials on Facebook, Linkedin and relevant forums.
I've successfully helped over 350 entrepreneurs, startups and businesses, and I would be happy to help you. After scheduling a call, please send me some background information so that I can prepare in advance - thus giving you maximum value for your money. Take a look at the great reviews I’ve received: https://clarity.fm/assafben-david
Knowledge is the key to success but that is not enough in your case, Build a brand of yourself like Brian Tracy, marketing sells service and not knowledge
if you contact me I would be happy to helping you with my methods that give results. I am working on many large projects and I offer it in my Portfolio. If you have recognized my strengths and skills for your future business and I will provide you with the necessary information because there are a lot of people like you to whom I have provided adequate help and today they are successful in business.
It all starts by creating a brand. With the brand, boost your online presence such that startups out there will need your services. Moreover, come up with a plan on how you will market your services to these startups and acquire them. You can schedule a call and I will help you come up with this plan. The digital space is growing with many startups coming in to the digital world. With many companies opting to digitize, all you need is a niche plan to market your services efficiently.
For consultants, marketing is something you must do. Your business won’t come via referrals forever. Marketing is a necessary part of running your consulting services.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the hundreds of different marketing tactics out there. There are so many that it can be a tough place to start.
The best marketing method to market your consulting services are:
Networking: Making connections with new startups via LinkedIn or other professional and social networking platforms.
Digital Presence: Using your website and social media to show and create your presence online. Post helpful posts and materials on Facebook, Linkedin, and relevant forums.
Writing: Answer questions on platforms like Clarity, Quora etc. Provide quality answers and valuable help to startups.
Speaking: Speaking at conferences or holding talks that put you in front of new startups to educate them on the challenges they face.
I've successfully helped over 150 entrepreneurs, startups, and businesses, and I would be happy to help you. Please send me more information before scheduling a call - so I can give you maximum value for your money. Take a look at the great reviews I’ve received: https://clarity.fm/ripul.chhabra
Few things you should focus on apart from Marketing.
List the services you specialize in.
Make a list of your Ideal client.
Have a magnetic message the state what our you expertise & how it adds value to the client in one line.
For Marketing use LinkedIn Sales Navigator you can use it for free with limited access for a month.
If you can call me I will be more than happy to assist you. I am an Operational Expert, helping companies scale growth.