How to find your target audience in 4 simple steps

One of the reasons why content providers fail to build their audience is because they strive to create content for everyone. However, when it is unclear whether or not they are the target audience, individuals have a hard time connecting with material and, ultimately, with the producer of that content. I’ll lead you through four stages to help you figure out who your target audience for your online courses is, so you can create content that will resonate with them and help you to sell your online courses.                  

1- Analyze your current customers

Examine the features of your best existing consumers and develop a list of common traits into at least one profile. Those with the largest transaction sizes, the highest retention, and the finest clients to work with are just a few examples of successful statistics.

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