How to Grow Your Audience Online
The most successful personal brands all have one thing in common: they show up consistently to serve their audience.
There are few things more important than this. This is something that I've failed at myself, but that's changing.
Now if you're not trying to sell anything or get your message out to the world... don't feel bad, this isn't for you.
But if you are growing an audience and want to get your ideas, expertise, and message out to the world... then it's critical to show up consistently for your audience.
This means posting regularly, engaging with followers, and providing value through content.
The biggest pitfall for not showing up consistently is that your audience will likely forget about you.
There are countless distractions on the internet, and if you're not showing up regularly, you'll quickly fade into the internet abyss.
Consistency builds trust.
When you show up consistently, your audience learns to rely on you.
They know when to expect your content, and they see you as a reliable source of information and inspiration.
Showing up consistently also helps you build momentum.
When you're posting regularly and engaging with your audience, you create a snowball effect. Your reach grows, your engagement increases and your brand gains momentum.
On the flip side, inconsistency can lead to confusion.
If you don't show up consistently, your audience will find someone else to educate, entertain, and empower them.
Inconsistency can also erode trust, especially if the only time you're showing up is to sell.
(Say that again for the people in the back).
There is nothing more critical than TRUST when it comes to the relationship you have with your audience.
The key to consistency is to set realistic expectations.
Don't try to post every day if you don't have the time or resources. Instead, commit to a schedule that you can realistically maintain.
This is something I'm currently working on.
Use tools like content calendars and scheduling apps to help you stay on track.
Plan your content in advance, and schedule it to go out regularly.
Don't be afraid to repurpose content.
If you have one piece of content that performs well, turn it into more posts, videos, or emails. This helps you get more mileage out of your content and reinforces your message.
Remember, showing up consistently is about serving your audience.
Committing to showing up regularly and providing value builds trust, creates momentum, and ultimately grows your brand.
Are you trying to grow your personal brand and share your message with the world?
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