how to turn your followers into clients
We all want to be fully booked, back to back with loyal clients and not have to worry about having open slots and no shows. In this blog, we will teach you the ways of how to turn your followers into clientele.
Start off your conversations with getting to know them and find out exactly what they want and show them how you can provide this!
Show interest with your followers, find out more about them, their goals, their interest.
Like your followers posts, comment on their photos, swipe up on their stories.
All this engagement will bring them to your page and help build up rapport with your followers and show them you're interested in their lives too.
"Rapport is the ultimate tool for producing results with other people. No matter what you want in your life, if you can develop rapport with the right people, you'll be able to fill their needs, and they will be able to fill yours."
- Tony Robbins
analyze your content
What works? What doesn't? You can use the professional dashboard on your Instagram (on your profile below your bio) and the Meta Business Suite (app) for your Facebook to do this.
See what posts get engagement and what don't and use this to your advantage.
track your competitors
And when we say this, we don't mean go and follow all their followers and DM them amazing offers, we mean analyze what they're doing and what you can do similarly.
Take a leaf out of their book- and remember your competitors aren't your enemy, they're your allies!
give your followers fomo
Entice your followers with what they're missing by not coming to you: post all of your clients to show the range of sets you can do and give them reasons to come to you.
(FOMO- fear of missing out)
aesthetic themes always thrive
There's nothing better than seeing someones Instagram and it being colour coordinated, neat and tidy.. this is a reflection of your character.
We love a colour scheme, develop 2 main colours and use these throughout. Also stick to two fonts so your brand becomes recognisable to others.
"if opportunity doesn't knock, build a door"
- Milton Beri