The Roll of Advocacy in Your Business
Written by: Ryan Flannagan
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There was a lot of valuable information about client advocacy in these last six chapters, so let’s take a moment to review these five key takeaways. While you are doing that, be sure to think about how you can start to integrate these tips into your business.


Five Key Takeaways from This Section

  1. Transparency is king and it’s okay to be human.
  2. Social media and community building need to be initiatives of their own, not afterthoughts.
  3. Ask your customers questions about where to go with your brand. Interview customer frequently about what’s right, and what’s not right. Encourage active, candid transparency.
  4. The secret to growing a community is providing and sharing value.
  5. Unqualified leads are a powerful source of community building fuel.


Five Things To Do This Month

  1. Set up social media monitoring.
  2. Identify your biggest pain-in-the-butt clients and refer them to the competition.
  3. Subscribe to the top five thought leaders in your industry so you can share their blogs and thoughts.
  4. Look at existing content and set up social media sharing around it.
  5. Interview your customers about what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong.
  6. Interview your customers to find out their major pain points.
Ryan Flannagan
Ryan Flannagan

Ryan Flannagan is the Founder & CEO of Nuanced Media, an international eCommerce marketing agency specializing in Amazon. Nuanced has sold $100s of Millions online and Ryan has built a client base representing a total revenue of over 1.5 billion dollars. Ryan is a published author and has been quoted by a number of media sources such as BuzzFeed, CNBC, and Modern Retail.

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