If you are a business owner and you already have clients, you probably know by now how unique and different you are from your competition. Of course, you do! That’s probably one of the first things you checked when you went into business right?

And then, once you finished working with your first and second circle of people that you know or that are close to you, you grow out of your comfort zone, and you start talking to people you’ve never met. The good news is that you are growing your business :), the “less good news” is that you are playing in a whole different ball game and that your competition is evolving as well 🙁

How do you face this new challenge?

This is where you need to have a very clear idea of who your ideal client is so you know how to focus your marketing efforts and energy on a very specific market and to stand out from the crowd so you can be heard over the noise.

That is the only way to differentiate yourself from your competition.

The solution is to find your niche and to narrow your target market. By specializing in a specific customer niche, you can focus on the skills or services that uniquely benefit that customer. Being the best to provide a solution to their unique situation enables you to maximize revenue and build stronger customer relationships.

Once you have identified your business niche, you will be in a better position to market your services effectively. You’ll have a clearer idea about what you do differently than others in your field, what your expertise is within your field, and who values your services. You’ll also be able to craft content that will speak directly to your ideal clients.

Having a niche is your passport to success!

I have put together the Niche Quiz in order for you to find out if the niche that you’ve chosen is the right one for you if it’s specific enough, and if it’s actually full of your ideal clients. Click here or on the button below to take your Niche Quiz.

Looking forward to your answers!

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