What Are the 5 Habits of Highly Effective Online Marketers?

In this vlog post, you will discover the 5 habits of highly effective online marketers. This way, you will learn to be one! If you’re a health, spiritual, life or business coach, you may be struggling with being effective in your marketing. Or you may be struggling with balancing the many hats you need to wear as a business owner. (And yes, one does need to market for business growth!)

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Especially with COVID-19, there are a lot more of us working from home these days. I’ve been working from home for about the past 10 years. So I have the experience needed to help my clients. I also have many, many failures to show for it!


Yet I also have success. So, and I talk about all that stuff in my book, “Five Habits of Highly Effective Online Marketers: Changing Your Coaching Business from Unknown to In-Demand”. It’s a short book; it’s only about 50 pages long. In the book, I outline what needs to happen for most businesses to succeed online–especially if you’re a coach.

So what are the 5 habits of highly effective online marketers, anyway?

The first chapter is called, “You’ve Got to Have a Game Plan”. When you’re doing anything that requires some kind of productivity, you need to have a strategy. This is also sometimes referred to as a having a game plan.


The second chapter is about how to grow your business on social media. Social media is something that you need to do if you are growing a business online. Now, if you’re not doing it, don’t beat yourself up. There’s always chance for you to start.

The third chapter talks about how your website is more than just your online business card. There are some people that
are able to grow their businesses without a website–as long as they have some kind of social media presence. However, a website is the central location where folks can find out about you, and about how you can help them.


The fourth chapter will show you why web content matters. What you put on the web makes a difference. In a way, that’s sort of common sense. Yet there’s some detail with which I go into it that’s very beneficial.

The fifth and final chapter is about how to activate your game plan. There are tools and tips you’ll need to set your game plan in motion.

How You Can Get the Book


My book is currently on Kindle for $0.99 US. You can also get the paperback delivered for only $3.99 US. I’ve had prospective clients AND actual clients who just didn’t know how to get from where they are to where they want to be. This book is for all of you who want the same.

Get the book here:

http://bit.ly/5HabitsInDemand

So if you have the kind of business that I just described, please feel free to mention that in the comments below. Marketing your business online doesn’t need to be complicated. You most likely just need someone like me to show you how!

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March is Reach Your Audience Month

I’m happy to announce that this blog will start having a monthly theme so you can get specific, targeted information about marketing your business online. March is Reach Your Audience Month, so you can learn more about marketing to your ideal clients!

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The first thing to know when attempting to reach your audience is that your message needs to be specific and targeted, especially . One effective messaging tool is the elevator pitch, or an elevator speech. You may have heard the term.  It’s what you can say when people ask you, “What do you do?”

The idea is that you need to describe what you do in the time that it takes for an elevator ride. I like this term because it fits into our busy world. There usually isn’t much time to explain what we do effectively, so being able to sum it up quickly make sense.

A good elevator pitch should have these parts:

  1. An accurate description of the services your business provides
  2. Something about your business that makes it unique compared to others in your line of work. This way, you are more likely to differentiate yourself, and to connect with someone who resonates with what you do.
  3. You should end your elevator pitch with: “Would you like to know more?”

Here’s an example of my elevator pitch:

“My business helps health and spiritual coaches grow their businesses by providing social media management, website building and web copywriting.

What separates my service from others in my field is that I work closely with these coaches to find and attract their target audience in a way that truly aligns with who they are and because of this, they save time and effort in reaching their business goals with personalized business coaching, as well as having the “techy stuff” done for them.

Would you like to know more?”

This can take a bit of practice to memorize, so make sure you do that. Fortunately, if you work from home or you’re mainly online, you can always have your elevator pitch written our on your desk or your phone until you get the hang of it.

If the person replies, “Yes!” or something similar: Depending on whether you are talking with someone in-person or not, you can give her or him your business card or your website. Make sure that when you do either, that you make an appointment to talk further.

The goal here should be getting on the phone, or into an online meeting. Then you can find out more about what the prospective client’s needs are and how you can help. Here’s a really important point: Make sure you either schedule a time to talk more right there, or follow up with the person as soon as possible to schedule that time.

The longer you wait to schedule a time, the more likely it will be that the prospect either will forget about your conversation or be put off because you tool too long to reach out. The more you are consistent with this, the better results you will get.

This is often the best way to generate interest. It is quick, easy and costs nothing. Yet it can be the beginning of marketing to your ideal clients. This can lead to great things for you and your business!

Do It Yourself

Business growth can often feel like this!

How’s that working for you?

If saving money is a priority, consider this:
*Doing it all yourself means that you may be spending valuable time on creating web content, building and operating your website, and many other tasks.

*The stress…the exhaustion…waking up in the middle of the night wondering HOW you’re going to make all this work…

*How much time and energy does that leave you to actually get clients?

*How would it feel if you didn’t have all these worries?


*Imagine someone else taking care of these tasks so you have more time…to get more clients!


*This leads to…guess what? Less fatigue, less stress, and MORE INCOME!

Get off the do-it-yourself roller-coaster! Let’s talk about how you can get the help you need to grow your business.


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