March 14, 2023

7 Ways to Smarter Customer Outreach

Looking to improve your customer outreach strategy? Look no further than our latest blog post, "7 Steps to Customer Outreach." Discover proven techniques and best practices for connecting with your target audience and building stronger relationships with customers. From crafting compelling messaging to leveraging social media and more, this easy guide has everything you need to take your outreach efforts to the next level.

There are several ways to outreach clients effectively. Here are our Top 7 practical, easy-to-implement steps to Customer Outreach:

1. Identify your target audience: Before you begin reaching out to potential clients, you need to know who your target audience is. Put down gender, age group, industry, demographics, and other relevant characteristics of your ideal clients.

Download our freebie “Customer Persona” to help you do this quickly. 

2. Build a list of potential clients: Once you have identified your target audience, create a list of potential clients. You can use various sources like LinkedIn, industry directories, and other networking platforms to build your list. Take into account both First degree and second-degree connections.

3. Craft a compelling message: When reaching out to potential clients, you need to grab their attention with an intentional & mutually beneficial message.

Your message should be clear, concise, and personalized to the recipient. Be clear on the action your reader or audience must take after reading your message – join in a collab, click on a link, subsribe to your list, book a call with you, sign up for a freebie, what is it you want him or her to do? State that clearly. 

4. Experiment with different channels: Don’t limit yourself to just one outreach channel. You can use email, phone, social media, or even direct mail to reach out to potential clients. Choose the channels and social media platforms that work best for your target audience, and your comfort. Pick up platform usage skills in space time to make this journey smoother!

5. Follow up after first connection: Follow-up is crucial in outreach. If you don’t get a response, don’t give up. Follow up with a friendly reminder, but don’t be pushy. Be clear on time-frame to close conversation and next steps on both sides to proceed further. 

6. Provide value: Make sure that you provide value to your potential clients. Show them how your product or service can help them solve a problem or achieve their goals. Always give with no expectation, this sets a high bar for yourself and the customer too 🙂

7. Build relationships: Building relationships is the most critical key to long-term success in outreach. Focus on building a relationship with your potential clients, and not just closing a sale. Keep in touch with them even if they don’t buy from you immediately. 

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These are good starting points;  we would love to hear what steps you experimented with for your business this week, in the comments. 

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