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5 Ideas of Online Business Managers Projects

Maybe you or your OBM client aren’t heard to dive into a retainer.  Here are OBM project ideas that you can sell!

Beyond the 5 that we have here, remember that your info interviews will be a goldmine of insights on what they need. You’re hearing about their friction, pain points, and thinking, “Hey, I could fix that, streamline this, and make everything run like a well-oiled machine.” But wait, translating that into getting hired is the real challenge, right?

Today we’re breaking down 5 projects that not only showcase your expertise but also meet your potential clients where they are – in terms of time and budget. We’re talking short-term engagements that build confidence, relationships, and demonstrate your ninja OBM skills.

Automation: Unleash the Bots!

In those client conversations, listen for the repetitive tasks or the things they hate doing month after month. Offer to sit down and discuss their business, identify those manual processes, and propose automations. Maybe it’s about integrating Zapier to smooth out form submissions or automating data entry into their CRM. You’re not just saving time; you’re handing them back the reins to their genius zone. Talk about a win!

Operations: Dashboards for the Win

Ever felt your client drowning in data and needing a lifeline? Propose creating a custom dashboard – not a generic one, mind you, but tailored to one area of their business. Show them how to make sense of the chaos, and watch as their eyes light up with the power of streamlined insights. It’s a one-time project that could be a game-changer in their decision-making process.

Demand Generation: Marketing Campaign Magic

When your client is in need of marketing help but isn’t ready for a full-scale overhaul, offer to set up a specific marketing campaign. Optimize their list, fine-tune segmentation, and provide analytics on that one campaign. It’s like dipping their toes into the water, and if you play your cards right, they’ll be ready for the whole pool.

Website Review: Because First Impressions Matter

Does your potential client have a website that’s seen better days? Propose a website audit to assess the user experience, check for broken links, and align it with their brand vision. Whether it’s a strategic overview or a full-on redesign, you’re offering them a roadmap to an improved online presence and potential revenue boost.

Social Media Overhaul: Spice Up Your Channels

For the clients struggling with social media, propose an overhaul. Review and realign their channels, ensure consistency, and provide a guide for moving forward. This isn’t just about aesthetics; it’s about community engagement and potential lead generation. Show them the value of a social media strategy done right.

Now, I know I’m not dropping all the details here – that’s what the podcast is for. But these projects aren’t just tasks; they’re opportunities to prove your worth, build relationships, and create a lasting impact.

When it comes to pricing, there’s no one-size-fits-all. You know your expertise, and you know how much time you’ll invest. Do the math, set your boundaries, and be transparent about what they can expect.

Finally, don’t be afraid to take a moment. If you need time to digest the information and come back with a tailored plan, that’s perfectly fine. It shows professionalism and respect for the complexity of their business.

So, OBMs, go out there, listen keenly, propose boldly, and let these projects be the stepping stones to skyrocketing your career. Remember, the real magic happens when you take those OBM superpowers and turn them into tangible results for your clients.

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