Episode #119. Still looking for that consistent flow of clients coming through your virtual door? With so many business-building strategies depending on audience size, it can feel impossible to get to your goals. Luckily, we have Ellen Yin here to supply us with strategies to connect, capture and convert clients consistently no matter your audience size. Listen now to gain client connection tools and smart sales strategies to book your next client.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Why you’ll want to shift to from content creation to client connection
- Where your strategy may be getting lost down the rabbit hole
- How to reverse engineer a funnel from what already works for you
- A new perspective on hashtags to help you connect with clients
- How to capture clients with an irresistible Instagram bio
“I love hiring people who can grow with you. As your company grows, they’re able to expand their role and find a place that caters to their strengths.”
“Hashtags are a goldmine. They aren’t just about amplifying your own content, but also how you seek other people’s content and connect with them.”
“Sometimes we feel like we’re not getting anywhere with sales because we’re trying to sell people on a solution to a problem that they don’t even believe they have.”
Discussed on the Show:
The Cubicle to CEO Podcast Episode with Jaclyn
More About Ellen:
Ellen Yin is the founder & CEO of Ellen Yin Media, a boutique social media marketing agency with a proven record for generating visibility & leads on repeat to grow your business. Her clientele has spanned multi-million dollar brands, Fortune 500 executives, best-selling authors, TV personalities, e-commerce startups, and more. She has been featured on MTV and in publications like Glamour magazine, The Penny Hoarder, Women’s Health, and Her Campus.
Ellen is also the host of The Cubicle to CEO Podcast and creator of Cubicle to CEO, an online membership helping service-based entrepreneurs use a step by step client attraction system to make their first $10K month – WITHOUT a large audience or complicated marketing strategies.