Types of Clients

Types of Clients

The types of clients I serve include small business owners, business development professionals, leaders of nonprofit groups, job seekers, and more. While these may be the most common clients I serve, I have helped a wide range of people.

Organizations I serve are:

  • Professional organizations and business networking groups
  • Realty firms and mortgage companies
  • Chambers of commerce
  • Service clubs and nonprofit organizations
  • Churches, senior communities
  • Job seekers groups
  • Community lobbying groups

Small Business OwnersBusiness Owners

Does the amount of information on social media sites, like Facebook and LinkedIn overwhelm you? Do you especially want to be more confident in using social media for business? Furthermore, do you see opportunities for social media marketing, and don’t know where to start?

Take advantage of marketing training to help you determine which social media sites best fit your business model. Keep it simple. Rather than getting involved in lots of sites, get on the sites that your customers frequent. In addition, you should be on the ones where your competition has a presence. Most of all, you need to start with a social site that works the best for you.

Get tips for how to efficiently and effectively use these sites, including to engage with your customers. You want to maximize the time you invest in your social media marketing.

beth Klepper


Business to Business Service Providers

Do you provide services to other businesses? Examples include digital marketing, information technology, human resources, and business coaching/consulting.

Do you want to develop more strategic partners? Would you like to get in front of potential clients and grow your business? Get LinkedIn marketing tips to help you improve your LinkedIn profile and expand your reach. Make this tool a key part of your social media marketing strategy.

Determine if Facebook and other social sites can also help you, and if so, learn how to use them effectively.

Michael Rocharde

Licensed and Certified Professionals

Are you a licensed or certified professional in the financial industry (e.g. financial planning, accounting, insurance)? Are you a licensed Realtor or mortgage consultant? Do you have a certification or license in a healing profession? Examples include acupuncture, massage therapy, or chiropractic services.

If so, learn how to effectively use the social sites that are most commonly frequented by your clients or patients. Facebook may be the most effective for some. LinkedIn, Twitter and/or Pinterest could be better sites for others. A social media presence benefits your overall business strategy, and I promise it can be easy to implement, too.

Diane Smith

Speakers, Trainers and Authors

Do you want to book more speaking engagements, create more training opportunities, as well as sell more books?

Learn how a well-developed Facebook business page and your LinkedIn profile can help you build your brand and obtain those speaking engagements, training opportunities and book sales.

In addition, look into using Pinterest and/or Twitter to showcase yourself and connect to your audience in an organic way.

Laura Stark


Contact joyce@boomerssocialmediatutor.com or 720.984.1162

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