Build Visibility, Generate Leads and Enrol Clients with Ease for Coaches
In the last Episode 369, I spoke about the 5 Pillars to an optimal Customer Relationship-Building Funnel for coaches, which when set up correctly can help you:
- Build visibility as an influential trusted authority in your industry;
- Generate leads with your ideal client; while enabling you to
- Enroll your dream client with ease.
I also shared key statements you can ask yourself, to see whether you were on the right track to get these pillars in place. How did you go – were you able to tick all of the statements? (If you missed the article, you can read it and go through the statements here.)
In today’s episode – I want to dive a little deeper into WHY your Customer Relationship-Building Funnel works so well when you have all of the 5 pillars in place correctly.
- Why the word ‘funnel’ when it comes to the Customer Journey is NOT a dirty word
- What you should be aiming for when it comes to your Customer Relationship-Building Funnel
- 5 reasons why your Customer Relationship-Building works, when set up correctly
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- Book a time to chat with Annemarie to find out how Annemarie and her team of experts can set up your client relationship-building funnel for you
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