Reach 10,000 potential clients in 2 mins

So from reading my blogs over the last year you’ll understand I’m pretty straight up and generally tell it as it is. Last week I opened my new clinic in Castlecomer  www.compassphysio.ie , I managed to reach an audience on facebook of nearly 10,ooo (yes 10,000 see the pics) and have nearly 4,000 views on my 2 videos and nearly 400 likes in 2 weeks. You might think, I don’t want to do this on facebook or I don’t like promoting my business. Well if you don’t like doing it, no one else will! You can’t expect to ask your clients for referrals when you don’t ask for referrals yourself! It’s your responsibility to passionately promote your business and it’s values. So here are the simple steps I did to promote my business in less than 2 weeks. (figures as of 13/10/16)

This marketing only cost me in time, I did not pay for any promotion. Please note facebook rules and regulations change frequently so the pictures below may become obsolete, however the principles remain the same. All videos and numbers can be seen at https://www.facebook.com/Compassphysio/ 

  1. Invite friends to like your business page (logged in under your own name)
    invite-friends-fb
  2. Like other local businesses in the area (logged in as business page)
    like-other-pages
  3. Make a 1 min video about the entrance to the building – ask people to share
    video-outside
  4. Shared this video on your own page
  5. Repeat with another video on what to expect on arrival
    what-to-expect
  6. Shared this video on your own personal page
  7. Like any feedback or comments that you get

That’s it! What’s the worst that can happen? You make a few “friends” on facebook and promote your business… To find out how PracticeNav can help you promote your business take our Online Audit which gives you instant results. This can help build consistency within your business procedures. Contact PracticeNav via email on info@practicenav.com or take our Free business audit to find how we can help. Feel free to ask any questions in relation to this.

Colin Phillips
Business Consultant
PracticeNav

 

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