YOU Are What Gets Their Attention

This post is part of my Write 31 Days Challenge series, based on results of the Online Christian Creative Survey.  Click here to see all posts in the series

The best tool to draw attention to your course and service offerings is YOU!You may have the best course or provide the most amazing services, but if you can’t get the attention of the people who need what you have, it doesn’t matter how good it is.  You aren’t making progress

So we asked Online Christian Creatives about the best ways to get their attention.  Here are the results for the whole list, because I think both the top and the bottom are interesting:

  1. Email from the course provider
  2. Email from partners/associates/affiliates of the course provider
  3. Blog or social media posts from affiliates
  4. Guest posts on other sites
  5. Posts and ads on their own site
  6. Facebook ads
  7. Ads on other social media
  8. Sidebar ads on other websites

Interesting that the first two are email (especially when you see the results of the NEXT question!).  And do you see that they want to hear directly from you?

How about ads being at the bottom of the list?  I’m feeling better about limiting my ad spend in favor of finding creative non-spammy ways to get into the inbox of my target audience.


Bryan Harris of Growth Tools is recommending Guest Emails as a great way to promote courses and subscriber freebies.  Check out the Facebook Live he did recently.

How Can I Serve You

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