by Sam Webb
1. The More You Tell The More You Sell
Contrary to what many believe, through the teachings of traditional marketing, you should explain what you sell in detail. People want and need to know everything they can about a product before they purchase. Just think about when you are buying a product. Do you just purchase without asking questions? You should tell as much about your product in all your marketing endeavours. When you do, your product is perceived as being better value.
Also, the more interesting information you give your customer, the more he or she can judge its suitability, can become emotionally attached to it and can justify buying it. A prospect who is well informed is more ready to buy. Informative face to face sales presentations close more sales and long sales letters outsell short ones. Your sales message cannot be too long, only too boring. Interested prospects will want as much interesting, appealing, stimulating and absorbing information as possible. You must provide it to outsell your competition.
2. Direct Your Marketing Focus To Your Intended Customers Only
When you keep your marketing keenly focused you will capture the biggest number of sales. You must target your sales message directly at focused customers and no one else. If you run a business with multiple products you should narrow your focus to one product at a time. If you sell a range of electrical goods, for example, you should focus your sales message on PCs … Read More >>