Voorbereiding Q&A 11 maart 2015

Welkom op de voorbereidingspagina voor de online Q&A sessie van woensdag 11 maart 2015.

In deze tweede sessie help ik je resultaten behalen met de 7 DVD/CD sets thuisstudie cursussen van de Implementation Series.

Ik ben heel benieuwd naar jouw vragen en wens dat je de eerste resultaten ziet van wat je hebt geïmplementeerd naar aanleiding van mijn antwoorden op de vragen uit de eerste sessie van 11 februari.

Om mij goed te kunnen voorbereiden op sessie 2 en jou maximaal te ondersteunen, wil ik jouw vragen graag VOORAF weten.

Stel jouw vraag of vragen voor deze Q&A sessie in het commentaarveld onderaan deze pagina – graag IN HET ENGELS

Doe het uiterlijk 48 uur voor aanvang, omdat ik alleen de vragen kan beantwoorden die op tijd zijn gesteld.

Q&A Sessie 2: woensdag 11 maart 2015, 20:30 uur

Klik hier voor de Q&A sessie van 11 maart 2015
(beschermd met een wachtwoord)

Je ontvangt per een e-mail een herinnering met het wachtwoord dat jou toegang geeft tot de online Q&A sessie.

Ik verheug me enorm op jouw vragen en om jou te helpen in het groeien van jouw business.

Tot 11 maart!

Op jouw succes,

Nisandeh

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Onne Kierkels
7 years ago

I developed a science, technology, art product around Photography for children around the age of 8 – 14 years old.
The product has to be sold to schools. The school can decide which part of the product they would like to buy.
To enlarge my visibility I started a blog with free Photography assignements for children. Unfortunately children do not look at blogs and there for I aim on the adults (most parents).

I really would like to know ‘How can i reach the children with social marketing”?

Doret Schulkes
7 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,

I am organizing an event on May 30 th. IT is on the World Interiors Day 2015. The past two years I had an event on this Day. This year I want the event to become bigger. I will give a talk/discourse about what You can do yourserlf to make your home feel beter. I have experience in doing talks. People are always enthousiastic. The nummer of participants was the last two years about 30.

Can You help me what to do to get 100 people in the room?

Ofcourse I Will tell my mailinglist. (I already told them the Day is coming up.) I Facebook and LinkedIn also. Local Newspaper, local radio, ….and….???

Walter Van Noten
7 years ago

Dear Nisandeh,
1. In the video “10 top Social Media mistakes” you say: “If you allow anyone and invite everyone into your network, you are making a mistake. You should know who to invite and who to approve”. Who should I invite and who should I approve? Should I connect with someone I’ve never met, but who works in the same field of expertise?
2. About the do’s and don’ts of creating a mailing list: There is a list available on the internet with the address, phone and email of people that are in my target group. What could I do to get these people on my list?

Thank you.

Doret Schulkes
7 years ago

The follow-up of my event of may 30 th will be a workshop I did last year. (Which was a succes) I find it difficult to set a price for people that will join it. Can you tell me: How do I set the price for this workshop?

Bryan van Maalsen
7 years ago

Hello Nisandeh,

I am a graphic designer and I would like to know what to choose as a free offer to get subscribers on my list. I find it somewhat difficult to come up with something for subscribers to download.

I have thought of a coupon which gives subscribers a discount when they want something to be designed.

What do you think? What can I offer that has value for people to sign up?

Hannah den Houter
7 years ago

Thanks for your answeres in februari.
–Are there guides of the building up of a website of a entrepreneur?
–To make it possible to order 300-1000 knitted clothes from natural material in China, I need buyers. Should it be possible to get them by marketing by crowdfunding?

Cora Hiebinger
Cora Hiebinger
7 years ago

Hi Nisandah,
I managed to send out my first newsletter!
I am very happy to have asked a friend of mine to join me for the Business Bootcamp in January, now we are supporting each other in a very effective way. New sales-pitch – bring a friend to the Business Bootcamp, so you can implement together. The skype kick-ass meetings are helpful, too, but it is even better to have somebody in the same city in real.

I have question:
1. recommendations: anything specific it needs to say in order to be a good one? I asked clients through Linked In to write me one, the one I got starts well – “after only 2 sessions my back pain was gone” but then it drifts a bit off…. “You are such a sweet person” . any hints on how to get clients to write a good recommendation? Also – is there a difference between testimonials that I could put on my website and recommendations through e.g. LinkedIN?

Thank you!
I am a bit of a continuing education junkie, but I have to say that I have never done a course whose effects lasted that long – I am still wired and inspired! And I really appreciate that with you, it’s “what you see is what you get”. You yourself do what you say we should do. A rare thing, indeed and a huge relief. Thank you!

Cora Hiebinger
Cora Hiebinger
7 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,
I also have another question. As I said before, I sent out my first newsletter. An exciting moment when Mailchimp gave me a high five ( I love mailchimp!).
Now – as it was my first ever newsletter, I had a little introduction – new developments – then an offer for everybody (a mini workshop that will take place at my centre, held by another person), one offer for current clients – “goodies to give away” (10 clients can send people they like – e.g. their boyfriend who does not go to dance with them because of his backpain; etc. for 2 free sessions – ) and an offer for former clients – “touch-ups” – (if their shoulder is acting up again, or they got stuck in an issues and need input from outside, etc. ) they can sign up for a 45min quickie – the time slots are set in this case.

Now the feed back I got from a prospect was, that it is all very nice but it makes me cheap because there are too many give-away offers. did I overdo it? Would love to hear your thoughts on this.
I am definitely planning to give some relevant information next time that does not cost me anything, and I will also invite people for a course they have to pay (but can bring a friend and then pay only half).
Thank you, looking forward to the session with you on Wednesday,
Cora

Heleen Hulscher
7 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,
1) I have the same question as Walter, who should I invite and approve to come in to my network? I am stil an employee, but I am setting up my linked in profile for my own business (coaching). Some people who want to link with me do not expect me to have a profile about coaching.
2) Is it wise to offer a client a free coaching session or discount when he/she has promoted me to a friend and this friend is coming to me for coachingsessions?
Cu wednesday :-))

Cora Hiebinger
Cora Hiebinger
7 years ago

Hi Nisandah,

I managed to send out my first newsletter!

I am very happy to have asked a friend of mine to join me for the Business Bootcamp in January, now we are supporting each other in a very effective way. New sales-pitch – bring a friend to the Business Bootcamp, so you can implement together. The skype kick-ass meetings are helpful, too, but it is even better to have somebody in the same city in real.

I have question:
Recommendations: anything specific it needs to say in order to be a good one? I asked clients through Linkedin to write me one, the one I got starts well – “after only 2 sessions my back pain was gone” but then it drifts a bit off…. “You are such a sweet person” . Any hints on how to get clients to write a good recommendation? Also – is there a difference between testimonials that I could put on my website and recommendations through e.g. LinkedIn?

Thank you!

I am a bit of a continuing education junkie, but I have to say that I have never done a course whose effects lasted that long – I am still wired and inspired! And I really appreciate that with you, it’s “what you see is what you get”.

You yourself do what you say we should do. A rare thing, indeed and a huge relief. Thank you!