What Questions Are Your Clients Asking You? Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 395

One of my favorite moments when I speak at live or virtual events is when I ask the audience to share what are some of their most critical and burning challenges that are driving them crazy related to their web presence, digital empire creation® and social media strategies. The kind of questions that if they had the answer to, would make them happier, more successful, more profitable and by far more impactful.

As they questions are raised, I jot them down on the flipchart in my live events or the screen in my virtual events for all to see. Before addressing some of them I pause and say: “if you ever wonder where my great ideas come from for my content creation, and my products and services offerings? They are mostly coming from you!”

Additionally, each day I engage in conversations with our clients who always ask me for my opinion and recommendations. I’ve come to realize that there is a goldmine in these questions we are being asked by our clients.

Here are the top 10 questions that have come up just in the past few days:

  1. How do I best integrate my products and services to an online shopping cart?
  2. How can I offer my clients a better online experience to attract them with great value and keep them engaged?
  3. How quickly and effectively can I get my podcast channel online?
  4. What are the best ways to create powerful and provocative content?
  5. Are there ways to better monetize my digital offerings?
  6. What kind of photographs shall I take for my web projects?
  7. How can quickly create my new book, publish it and successfully market and promote it?
  8. What’s the technology and framework of creating great videos?  
  9. I am getting ready to launch my new web presence. Now what?
  10. How do you find the time and set the priorities to balance your business while significantly enjoying your life?

So now let me ask you the following questions:

  1. What are the questions your clients are asking you?
  2. How are you addressing and resolving them?
  3. What new learning should you take on?
  4. How are you leveraging these questions?
  5. What new opportunities are hidden in them?

Pay attention to the questions your clients are asking you. There is a treasure-trove waiting to be discovered.

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