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- 1. Getting started - Attention vs Marketing
- 2. The clarity & research you'll need first
- 3. What can you do to make attention stick?
- 4. The importance of testing & validation
- 5. Will you invest time or money?
- 6. 10 ways to build attention (workbook review
- 7. Another 10 ways to build attention (Classroom)
1. Getting started - Attention vs Marketing
In this video we'll look at the purpose of attention-getting.How does it differ from marketing, and what is end-game?
2. The clarity & research you'll need first
Before starting to drive attention from a pool of prospective clients, you must first understand who they are, and how they conduct themselves online.
3. What can you do to make attention stick?
Attention works in both directions.If you are expecting a prospective client to pay attention to you, how will you reciprocate?
4. The importance of testing & validation
We've made a lot of assumptions in the run-up to this point.You can leverage attention to test (and validate) these assumptions
5. Will you invest time or money?
You can build attention in a number of ways, as we'll go through in the next two lessons, but they will either require monetary input or time.This video will help you evaluate which is the best fit for you.
6. 10 ways to build attention (workbook review
We'll dig into the workbook within this lesson to pull out some of the ideas that might be lost between the lines.We'll address a further 10 techniques in the next lesson
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Getting attention as a solo service provider is hard. Indeed, any form of marketing when you’re working alone is tough to maintain. In this course, we’ll break apart the different marketing methods you can deploy.