4 Steps to Writing Content that Makes "Selling" a Breeze

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What if you can get your clients to buy whatever you want to offer? What if you can get them to ask you for it? 

If your business offerings fall in areas that are considered vague, out-there or woo-woo, you probably find yourself banging your head against the wall every time you go through some marketing training and were told to list out the benefits that are concrete, solve an urgent problem, or just plain sellable.

Or maybe you have gotten dinged too many times during those 5-minutes-of-fame coaching calls and sent back to the drawing board to twist yourself into the come up with something the sells box.

  • What if... you can get your clients to buy whatever YOU want to offer?
  • What if... you can get them to ask you for it?

Wouldn't that be sweet?

Here's my story_

What I really do for my clients is pretty darn vague when you get to the bottom of it, I sell CLARITY, and the expression of it.

Best writing service help my clients turn the Soul of their businesses into communications that sell.

I Was Going Down the Wrong Path, Selling To the Wrong People_

Like all good students of marketing, I used to go about digging into the pain points, challenges, desires and what-not's most business training programs tell us to.

Writing about and selling programs on online marketing, list building, sales funnel, and copywriting etc. got me somewhere_ like, a 6-figure business. I was good at it, but it never scratched the itch.

I sounded like everybody else. I suffered from Entrepreneurial Boredom.

Even worse, when I talked about things that didn't tap into my WHY or my superpowers, I got potential clients who wanted things that didn't excite me.

As a result, I spent a load of time and energy convicing potential clients on the value of what I do.

There was a mismatch between what I was selling, and what my potential clients were expecting and willing to pay for.

I got the wrong people talking to me. What I wanted to sell was not what they set out to buy! I had to do a lot of convincing.

Even when I got them as clients, I had to speed through the parts I know to be most valuable and most enjoy doing in order to get to the bit they paid money for.

One day I said SCREW IT!

I stopped writing stuff that sounded just like everyone else.

I started to write a lot on my blog, with a selfish intention of needing to figure out where the hell I was going with my business.

A few months into writing MY way (and releasing the fears and attachment behind banging out sales pages to make a quick buck,) something magical happened.

When I got on the phone with potential clients for sales conversation and asked in what way they thought I could help them, they would answer, I need to find clarity and purpose for my business or I like the soul' aspect of your work or I need to do the inner work and find the clarity to support my outer work or I need to work on my mindset and fears.

Clarity, inner work, finding the soul of a business that's my Superpowers, the stuff I really want to help clients with, the stuff that makes my heart sing.

These potential clients were basically asking me to sell them what I wanted to offer. And they were ready to pay for it.

How To Get Your Potential Clients To Ask You For What You Really Want To Sell:

If you want to have clients coming to you asking for the vague, out-there, woo-woo stuff those business coaching programs tell you to tip-toe around, then you need to make it RELEVANT to your potential clients.

I like doing it through educational content as part of a biggest marketing strategy because good content builds good will over time, increases the like know and trust factor, paving the way to an easy sell.

Let's illustrate with what I did:

I started to blog a lot as a way to find my own clarity. Because everything I wrote was published for the world to see, I had to make it relevant for my readers. After all, what's the point if no one is reading it'!

One of my Superpowers is to get people to look at ideas we take for granted and approach them from a different perspective.

I started picking topics that are popular in the business and marketing arena and turned them on their head in my articles. I questioned the rules from a different perspective.

The content quickly went from some popular topics, to getting the readers to approach them from a different angle, to going into what I believe to be the most important foundational components in business our conviction, mindset, and courage and how to translate them into effective marketing communication.

Everything I write about no matter how diverse the entry points are all circle back to what I want to be known for.

These articles scoop up readers from where they are at, starting with the obvious problems they experience as symptoms my offerings can treat. Then educate them on how these symptoms are related to the solution I offer (i.e. finding clarity.)

Here are a few examples:

This article hits on the symptoms of time management and overwhelm, then proceeds to show the readers how their challenges can be solved by finding clarity, upgrading money mindset and overcoming fears.

This article uses selling as the entry point to lead into a deeper exploration of fears, money mindset, and self-worth issues.

This article starts with niche a topic somewhat beaten to death in the business coaching world but also a term people know to google, and moves onto my expert areas of clarity, innovation, and intuition.

Now It's Your Turn 4 Steps to Creating Content that Makes Them Buy What YOU Want to Sell:

1. Consider your ideal clients, and write down a list of their problems and challenges in relation to the area of your expertise. Identify the symptoms you can help them solve with the thing you want to be known for.

(If you need help identifying your schtick and define your niche, this can help.)

2. Come up with a catchy title that speaks to that urgent symptom your peeps want solution for this will get them to click through and read your stuff. Doesn't hurt SEO either.

3. Map out how to transition from relating to your readers' circumstances, building rapport and talking about their symptoms, to educating them why the thing you want to be known for is THE solution to their burning issues. Bam! You have your article outline!

4. Write your article, spread the word!

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About Ling

Ling is an Intuitive Brainiac. Through her unique blend of Business + Marketing coaching with a Mindset + Psychic Twist, she helps the highly creative, intuitive, multi-talented and multi-passionate maverick solo-entrepreneurs distill ALL their big ideas into ONE cohesive Message, nail the WORDS that sell and design a Plan to cut the busywork and do what matters, through her intuitive yet rigorous iterative process born out of her Harvard Design School training and 10 years of experience in the online marketing industry.

Find Ling and grab her free How to Find YOUR Winning Formula Training Series to see how to find WORDS that well without sounding like everyone else here.

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