Training + services to simplify social media.
Niching Contest Participant Comments:
7/10: Clear, but who’s your target? Small business?
7/10: There is no niche here at all but I still like it as it is.
Nice! What do you mean by services? Who do you work with?
9/10: You don’t fart around. Nice. Social media is an abject time suck for many and you nailed the brevity appeal. I hate the current overuse of the + sign. Whatever happened to “and”? It makes me want to pepper my written communications with calculus.
8/10: Good line.
9/10: I dig that you used 6 words to convey your message and you totally nailed it. You must be good. Perhaps tools or tips instead of services? Services is so impersonal of a word. So generic.
8/10: I love how simply you write about your simplifying service The what is pretty clear and inviting. To improve, perhaps you could get more specific about who would use your services. Eg Solopreneurs? Retail businesses, teenagers. . . etc. And if you wanted to get even clearer, you would write more about what you mean by “simplify.”
6/10: Are you talking to me? My mom? This statement doesn’t address “who”. While social media can be complicated for some people, it is for different reasons. “How do I set up my account? ” is a different problem from “what do I do now that I have an account?” Do you address those sorts of problems? Or do you focus on when to use what platform? Eg pinterest for pinning interesting pictures. . . intragram for pictures you take of your stuff. . . twitter for short blasts to the world. . .I bet if you narrowed down the who, the problem you’re helping to solve would become much more clear.
Ayla Heeds’s Reflections:
The Revised Niche: