Your Instagram bio is such an amazing opportunity for you to attract and connect with the dream clients that you are looking for.
It's your sign that tells people that you’re open for business and available to take their money in exchange for providing products and services.
People don't necessarily realize that they can pay you for your expertise and that you are in the problem-solving industry. Your bio is prime real estate to show someone coming to your page for the first time who you are.
You want someone to come to your page, read your bio, and decide whether they're a heck yes or a heck no.
You don't want followers for the sake of having followers because you can have hundreds of thousands of followers and make no money in your business. There are people who have an amazingly profitable business that have 1000 or 2000 followers.
Stop treating your Instagram bio like your diary. It's a marketing tool, and it's free. Don’t waste this opportunity to organically attract dream clients.
When your bio is filled with things like “I’m a mom of two dogs and I love Starbucks, etc”
None of those things tells a prospective buyer that you have something available for them to purchase. People need to know what you do and they have to be reminded and shown frequently.
Your audience wants to know what's in it for them by following you. Your content and your bio needs to be specific to showcase who you help and what you help them achieve.
The best way to do that is through an “I help” statement. This quickly communicates to someone within seconds of looking at your bio that this is who you create content for. You want to showcase that you can solve the problem they have so they can achieve their desired outcome.
There are so many different variations of the “I help” statement so you can use your creativity. However, if you use fancy words or lingo you run the risk of confusing your audience and a confused customer never buys.
The more clear, specific, and straight to the point your bio is, the better.
At the end of my bio I include:
...without sending the icky Hey Girl cold messages.
It’s part of my brand, it's my trademark and it's what I'm known for.
I want people to know that there is a way to grow and scale their business without compromising integrity and that they can build a business in a way that feels good for them.
Make sure you keep it short, sweet, and concise.
Avoid using fluffy words like “mind, body, and soul.“ What does that mean to your audience? Nothing.
You want to be crystal clear and use lingo that your audience will understand, otherwise, people will get confused and leave your page.
When you talk about “the how” you're taking up valuable real estate in your bio. They don't need to know “the how” to decide that they want you to solve the problem.
They need to know the outcome and that you are going to help them achieve that by going through your processes or by them taking in your content.
It's really important to communicate why they should click the link in your bio.
They need to be incentivized and to do this you tell them what's in it for them. So just like with your “I help” statement, your call to action needs to be clear and concise.
This could be:
Choose something that they really want and if it’s free make sure you shout about that!
If it’s a link to your application you can incentivize people by saying:
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