As the online space becomes more and more saturated, it leaves us entrepreneurs with decreased reach and visibility. The amount of impact we’re able to make suffers drastically.
Not only do we find ourselves constantly battling the ever-changing algorithm, the decreased reach and visibility means we have to work harder to find leads and clients.
Kelly Wing, founder of Ohwabisabi Media has featured over 30 leaders across various media platforms in the last 3 months, uplifting them and bringing more reach and visibility to the messages they wish to share with the world.
New paradigm of business and a new world vision
There are many leaders with powerful messages that are going largely unheard. These leaders have a unique perspective to both business and life and there are untapped audiences out there who are wanting to hear it.
“People are now looking to be led by leaders they can trust. Everyday I’m connecting with leaders of the new generation to see how I can support them in getting more reach and visibility on their message.”
Spreading positive change into the masses
It’s clear that the world is in need of positive change following the recent 2020 events. Kelly has taken it upon herself to serve humanity in this next phase of evolution, stripping back layers of conditioning and what she always believed to be true.
Being an advocate for change means spreading our messages across as many platforms as possible.
“Myself and other leaders are now beginning to completely rewrite the narrative on what it means to be a leader in the new world.”
Building social proof and trust with your audience
Social proof is an everlasting concept in human psychology. When people are looking to buy from someone, they want to know they can trust them.
By having your story and message shared in a powerful way in the media, your audience is able to see that your message is important.
“When your audience trusts you more, this results in more conversions, leads, and ultimately sales.”
As a new wave of leadership is emerging, it’s important that leaders take it upon themselves to express their views across multiple platforms, rather than being confined only to the bubble of social media.