Quick Wins are short action-packed episodes that Janine and I have prepped with highlights for you to take and put to work right away in your healthcare writing business. In this episode, Carol Bush shares four marketing tasks you can do this week to make the next 90 days your best ever.
Janet: 00:02 Start Your engines and get ready to power up for a quick win from the savvy scribe team, Carol Bush and Janine Kelbach are here to take your freelance writing business to the next level with this powerful Quick Wins on The Savvy Scribe podcast.
Janine: 00:18 Whether you're just starting out in your freelance business or you've had them for a little while, marketing into something we can not ignore this week. Carol's bringing you guys for marketing tasks that you can tackle this week inside. She's going to give you an awesome, cool tool called Hunter. Take a listen and take it away, Carol.
Carol: 00:39 Hi, this is Carol Bush, co-host at The Savvy Scribe podcast. Around here, Quick Wins are short action-packed episodes that Janine and I have prepped with highlights for you to take and put to work right away in your healthcare writing business. Today, I'm going to share four marketing tasks you can do this week to make the next 90 days your best ever. Are you ready? Let's get started.
Carol: 01:08 One, create a list of potential new clients. Okay guys, if you only do one task this week, please pick this one. Here's how you do it. Set your timer for 30 minutes, put your phone on airplane mode, block all interruptions, and spend some time thinking about your ideal client. What's that? You don't know who your ideal client is. You don't know who you're serving. Well, then it's time to write out the details about at least who you think you are serving or even better.
Carol: 01:41 Who you want to serve? Do you need some help getting started? We've got just the tool for you. Check out our ideal client worksheet in the show notes. We put together a lot of tips to get you started and focused in on who your ideal client is and it'