If you’re spending a ton of money on social media marketing, because it “seems” easier than SEO, think again.
You don’t have to be an SEO blogger to get your online act together.
While everyone in the fitness and wellness industry is scrambling to keep up with social media, the industry giants are grabbing the FREE, natural and organic reach through SEO.
The only difference between them and you is that you just don’t realize that you may be losing time, visibility and money.
SEO ranking is easier than you think and it’s a holistic approach to achieve your marketing goals.
The First Step to SEO is To Be Visible
Sounds pretty easy right?
How to Attract High-End Wellness Customers
Wanting high-paying clients and “being mentally prepared for them” live in two different camps of your brain.
So often wellness experts want to get out of the “trading hours for dollars model,” but find it a hard fence to jump. The “idea” of finding and engaging “high-end” customers seems far fetched when you’re used to getting small book royalties or trying to reduce prices to match what you think people can afford.
The “High-End Vs. What You Know Conflict”
I know the model well. In every career transition I’ve experienced, I’ve come up against the same “high-end” vs. the “stay with what you know” pattern that you’re facing now.
It comes from not knowing what the possibilities are with regard to creating a lower-impact business workout model that produces an even better “high-end” result.
Have you been a driving force in your quest to attract more clients? Working a JOB, caring for family and possibly parents too, you also apply that same level of energy to attracting clients into your business.
It can be taxing and disappointing when all of your efforts don’t lead to a big breakthrough in your business.
Years before I found Ho’ Oponopono, I threw everything I had at finding clients. I was taking care of my aging parents long distance, working in a full-time psychotherapy and then director position, managing a disability AND trying to build my business.
I had everything neatly lined up in a system of activities that were held together by my sheer willpower to keep it all going. I knew there had to be a way to get more clients so I networked, handed out cards etc.
Does this sound familiar?
The missing element it turned out to be was the focus on my own wellness.
HoOponopono Helps Tame the “Dragons” On the Path to Success
It turns out it didn’t matter how hard I pushed, pulled and worked to try to get client attraction on auto-pilot. There just weren’t enough “chance encounters” to meet the people who needed what I offered because I was a wild, multi-tasking action-oriented force on the planet (with no time to network!)