5 Things About Your Intended Audience

5 Things to Know About Your Intended Audience Pop Quiz:

  • What does your Core Customer think about most?
  • What is your Target Market talking about?
  • What does your Readership share most?
  • How does your Audience feel about _____?
  • What are the pain points and complaints they have?

Knowing the answers to these questions will put you in a position to recognize your customer and allow them to recognize – and engage more readily – with you.

Understanding these five things about your “intended audience” will help you stay on track to writing, producing, serving, and attracting readers, followers, and most importantly – customers.

Remember there’s a difference between your intended audience and an attending audience. We all have two crowds.

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  • Craig Kamman

    That’s the truth!  I have  attracted a huge audience by accident which is great, but they are not my target market so really it does not serve me well.  I am thinking a small target audience is a whole lot better than a huge audience.
    Now how to achieve that?  Looking forward to the next Dialing8 session to discuss.

  • http://www.dailytrader.com/ Global wholesale suppliers

    I found this post with the reference of your other post. I agree with your points that sometimes we are getting audience, but they are not valuable for us as they are not our target audience and we are not going to take value from them. So, it is important to attract those audiences which are required by business.

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