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Normally when you hear the term ‘case study’, it can bring to mind images of geeky scientists or medical research, but, actually, case studies are an effective client getting strategy for small business owners.

A case study, as it sounds, is an individualized client experience that is used to highlight your business processes while serving the client as well. There are key strategies to setting up your case studies in order to make them effective and profitable for you.

The best case studies are designed with intention and purpose. This gives the case studies a feeling of aliveness and freshness which is very appealing.

Case studies work for all businesses, and work especially well if your services are unique or hard to describe. Case studies free you from having to describe; you can demonstrate instead.

Developing powerful case studies is one way to build your business. Not only do you attract clients directly, but case studies can be used to build your business credibility and proof.

They are also a great way to refine your services, so that you’re sure you’re offering exactly what works.

If you’re ready to use case studies to build your business, I have a special invitation for you at the end of this blog post- but before then, let’s look at three ways to use case studies to attract more clients.

1)      Put them on your website. Case studies are a more powerful and distinct form of testimonial. They can help new potential clients see you as effective and credible. Case studies can be an efficient way of showcasing what you do and how you do it. (You can see how I utilize mine, here: Profitable Popularity Case Studies)

2)      Share in social media. People love stories, especially when they are meaningful and easy to understand. Case studies can be a way of subtly selling your services without too much hype. You can, in a way, let results speak for themselves.

3)      Turn your case studies into full-term clients. When your case study is complete, gracefully move your case study clients to become full-term clients at your usual rates. There is a way to have this conversation that is both honoring and profitable.

While there are other ways to use case studies in your business, these three can make a huge difference almost right away.

If you’d like to learn how to build effective and profitable case studies, I have a special invitation for you. Join me and my colleague, Andrea J. Lee- for a four session specialized training program on how to build client getting case studies. I  used this strategy to more than triple my income this year- and I’ll share step-by-step how I did it in this class.

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