Melissa henault

191: Know Your Audience And Watch Your Engagement Soar

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You’re growing in followers but your engagement is dismal.  What gives?

In today’s hot seat coaching Melissa talks about understanding your audience better.  It’s all about tailoring your engagement strategies to match their habits and preferences.  She’ll discuss the importance of choosing the right power partners and knowing when it’s time to let connections go.

If your DMs are full of tumbleweeds, this is a conversation you’ll want to hear!

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • ideal client
  • reaching out
  • driving engagement
  • real estate
  • investing
  • playing the long game
  • diversification
  • delivering value
  • modern entrepreneur
  • content pillars
  • ask questions
  • value content
  • business owners
  • networking
  • authority building
  • LinkedIn


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