Prosperous Pet Business Podcast

Episode #2: How to Attract Your Ideal Clients

What would it be like to run your pet business from a place of only having clients who paid you well and loved the service you provided?

You probably have one or two ideal clients already and with focused intention and action, you can fill your business with clients you love and who love you right back.

In this podcast episode Kristin shares some ideal client attraction methods to help fill your business with clients you enjoy working with and who pay you well for the work that you do.

Listen to this podcast and learn:

  • How to discover who your ideal clients are
  • Why ideal clients make you more money
  • How to align who you are with who you want as a client
  • The secret to closing the deal with your ideal client
  • Advertising to attract your ideal client
  • Why breakdowns in business can be a good thing and how they lead to ideal clients
  • And much more!

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3 Comments

  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply March 1, 2016

    Hi there! You can post down here instead if you like. And if you have any topic suggestions (pain points you are struggling with in your business, etc.) or if you want to get some live coaching from me on an upcoming podcast episode, please write your challenge below and I’ll consider you for an upcoming podcast.

  • Linda Crist

    Reply Reply March 1, 2016

    It was an ‘aha!’ moment for me when I realized this is MY business and that I don’t have to deal with challenging and emotionally draining clients if I choose not to! In my experience, ideal clients care deeply for their pets and always want the best for them, which is why they look for and willingly pay for a professional pet sitter. Potential clients that focus mainly on rates and little on pet sitter qualifications raise a red flag. Thank you for the great coaching!

    Would love to learn more about a well-written pet sitting contract and how / where to incorporate client payment (and what might happen if they don’t pay), also last minute cancellation / last minute schedule change policy and how / if it should be incorporated into a pet sitting contract.

  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply March 2, 2016

    Thanks for the topic suggestions, Linda! Yes, so many pet business owners (including myself back in the day) forget that they get to call the shots. Empowerment happens when this is remembered! Wishing you continued success in your pet sitting business, Linda. 🙂

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