Considering this was your main plan of action for reaching your customer base, you'll need to return to your business plan and re-assess what to try next.
At the end of every month, sit down with your plan from the previous month, and look at which parts of it are working and which parts aren't.
Building a successful, profitable business - one that not only supports you, but makes you want to spring out of bed early every morning to work on - is hard.
There’re so many things you need to keep track of, it’s easy to get overwhelmed before you even begin.
A real plan - not a hand-wavey, “I’ll figure it out as I go along” kind of plan.
You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint, and you wouldn’t fly an airplane without a flight map - so why would you take that chance with your business?
There is a way, though, to bypass some of the hand-wavey trial and error without getting buried in pivot tables.
A simple business plan that focuses on helping you take action, instead of getting stuck forever in planning purgatory.
How are you going to find them and communicate with them?
What are the most frustrating things that they face every day?