Hi, I’m Rachel – and I’m so glad you’re here!
I’m guessing you’re looking to discover the secret to creating content that connects with your ideal client.
Content that makes your ideal client desperate to work with you. Content that will help you to build a profitable business.
If so, you’re in the right place!
Together, we’re going to uncover your message and reveal your voice.
We’re then going to use your voice and combine it with a strategy aligned with your business goals.
Honestly? There’s nothing else out there like this method.
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I always recommend batching your content creation.
In an ideal world, you’d have a permanent content strategy, a three-month content plan, and you’d have written/recorded and scheduled your content 2-3 weeks in advance.
Right now, we are not living in an ideal world.
Here’s how I recommend batching your content creation under the current circumstances…
It was an awkward moment.
I’d just delivered my signature talk to a roomful of women in business. But what I didn’t realise before I said yes to the gig, was that they weren’t my ideal clients.
And if I thought that standing up and delivering some of my best content to a sea of unimpressed faces (which I could clearly see – the room was strip-lighted) was uncomfortable, then the Q&A session took that discomfort to the next level.
Would Marie Forleo create a FREE TV show every week, if free content didn’t work?
Would Gabby Bernstein regularly host FREE webinars, if free content didn’t work?
Would Gary Vee create FREE content virtually on the hour every hour, if free content didn’t work?
So, can we agree that creating free content works and that you need to be creating it?
It’s not enough to just design a product or create a service and put it on the market.
Even if it’s the most exciting and unique product ever. Even if your service is an out-of-this-world experience.
You have to develop a relationship with your customers and potential customers.
You have to add value.
It’s not enough to tell people what you do or what it is that you sell.
You have to tell them a story. Take them on a journey.
Not only inform them – but educate and entertain them at the same time.
Ensure that they feel – know – that there is no other option for them.