Have you considered searching for them on Twitter?
Thanks to public updates, searchable bios and a plethora of third-party tools, you can find customers on Twitter easier than you can on any other network.
Start by visiting your Twitter profile and reading your bio. Make sure that any products, services and qualifications are clearly listed in your bio, along with your website link and location. If they’re not, click Edit Profile and add them.
Once you’re finished, save your changes. To complete your profile, make sure that you pin a tweet at the top that highlights your business, products, services, free e-book, top case study or anything else you want to promote to potential customers.
You can create a new tweet for this or use one you’ve recently tweeted. Click on the three dots beneath your tweet to pin it to the top of your profile.
As a free user of Follower wonk, you need to click through to the person’s profile to follow or add him or her to a Twitter list. If you want to do the latter, start by going to your Twitter profile and clicking on the Lists tab (to the left of the Edit Profile button). Scroll down to find the Create New List button.
Do you know your potential customers’ needs or pain points? Do they share them on Twitter? If they do, you can get potential customers, primed to buy, delivered directly to your inbox.
Start by using Twitter search to query a few things you think your potential customers might talk about on Twitter in relation to your products or services.
For example, if you have a web hosting company, you might want to search for recommend web hosting ? -http -link to find people looking for recommendations for web hosting. The -http -link part will remove a majority of the results that contain links, which usually won’t be tweets from potential customers.
As you can see, there are several easy ways to find potential customers on Twitter. Once you figure out who your ideal customers are and what they talk about, the rest is simple!