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Find Customers

Learn how to get more customers in your business.
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Last updated 3/2013
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  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
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What Will I Learn?
Identify the market segments best suited for your product or service
Locate the highest concentrations of your target market in a region defined by you
Identify and locate your competition
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Requirements
  • Library Card
  • Internet Access
  • US Based Businesses
Description

For businesses and business owners in the U.S., in less than an hour, you can have all the skills and tools you need to find your customer's and competition.  A three-step workflow introduces free-to-use resources that will identify your target market, locate your customers, and tell you how much competition there is.

Take this ultimate Find Customers course now and learn how to get more customers with free resource.

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Who is the target audience?
  • Small Business Owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Market Researchers
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
2 Lectures 06:46
Introduction:
  • What is the difference between primary and secondary research?
  • Why do I need multiple library cards?
  • Do I need to watch the video's more than once?
Introduction
06:46

The 3-step process is easily repeatable.  This chart quickly summarizes the process laid out in this course and provides you with a cheat sheet for your future research.
Find Customers - Workflow
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Background Information
2 Lectures 18:44
Find out where the data for market research comes from, how it gets updated, and how to access it.
Where does the data come from?
14:14

Most of us don't have the resources to market to every demographic.  So, we have to target a very specific market segment with very specific needs.  Find out how to identify your niche market segment beyond generic demographic data.
Niching Down
04:30
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Find Customers Workflow
3 Lectures 34:44
The first resource we review takes a look at how consumer's purchase goods and services and will help you to begin creating your customer narrative.
Preview 10:02

Once you've identified your best customer's you need to begin locating them.  This lecture shows you how to use market segmentation data to isolate the highest concentrations of your target market.
Step 2: Where Are Your Customer's
14:20

Before you jump all in, make sure you know who else you're competing with.  This lecture will show you how to find your competitors.
Step 3: Who Are Your Competitor's
10:22
About the Instructor
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Learning & Development (L&D)

Brent Leekley is the owner of multiple technical and business websites, worked as computer network expert, and ran his family's brick-and mortar furniture store in Colorado, USA.

As a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert, market researcher running print, web, and broadcast campaigns, and business owner Brent has developed numerous low-to-no cost life/business hacks that save time, money and frustration.

Brent's courses focus on finding the quickest way to attain skills that make immediate impact on your projects and habits.

Brent lives with his family in Castle Rock, Colorado, USA.

5.0 Average rating
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Passionate about Entrepreneurship!

 After giving up several years of my life to the US Navy, I decided to go back to school to study corporate finance. While in school it became clear to me that I didn't want to build someone else's company, I really wanted to build my own. Eventually I started my own business, and now I get to enjoy finding new ways of building my business, starting new ventures, and helping young entrepreneurs get theirs going as well!

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