Who is your Ideal Customer?
That’s the #1 question to answer before updating your website or rebranding your biz.
While I see people referring to “ideal customers” or “ideal clients” all the time now, I rarely see it defined.
Your ideal customers don’t need convincing;
they love what you do, appreciate your work/artistry, and all they need are a few details on how to officially book with you.
Before you’ve built your brand to the point of attracting ideal clients though, the concept of “customers that love you” may seem like a pie in the sky dream, however…
As you build an integrity brand with a website that represents who you are as a company/brand/designer you’ll find that ideal clients start finding you! (And they’re so happy that they found you.)
Identifying your ideal customers is a critical piece of your branding puzzle.
Every floralpreneur has her/his own ideal customer depending on where you are in your business. The ideal client for a home-based florist who’s just starting out is different from the ideal client for an established florist with a full-time staff and 25 years of experience. It’s only natural that your ideal clients might change as your business matures.
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Who Are Your Ideal Customers?
Ideal customers are more interested in finding out what it takes to book with you than how much you charge for a centerpiece.
Ideal customers are quick to sign contracts because they bought into what you’re selling before the first phone call.
Ideal customers feel like you’re the right choice for them; they trust you!
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More from Alison:
When I started my business, Floral Artistry, in 2002 I’d never heard the term “ideal customer”. As I often recount, “it was a simpler time“… back in the early 2000’s, without the power of Google and social media to help you hone your branding and reach your ideal customers (aka the clients who LOVE what you do).
You can gain a lot of clarity when you focus on the people you really want to work with; you’re not looking for just “anyone”.
It’s not always easy to define who your ideal customers are and it can be particularly tricky when you have a wedding business where cultivating repeat business isn’t always in the cards.
Though the working relationship with a wedding client has a finite end, I strive to exceed expectations and choreograph a customer service experience that thrills and delights. Excellent service provides value and eliminates your competition.