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5 Crutial Things To Say To Your Prospects - Articles Surfing
When visitors arrive at your website, read your sales letter and ready to order your product or service sometimes they become hesitate, it's trully a sensible thing because basically they don't know you very well, or perhaps they just run into your website for the first time. They begin to wonder whether or not you can be trusted.
This time I want to share with you 5 ways to help your visitorsovercome their doubt and hesitation to buy your product orservice.
1. Offer free delivery service.
If you sell tangible goods, you can offer you customers free delivery. I know it will cost you money but think of it as wayto gain more customers in the future, people will talk aboutyour free delivery service.
2. Give before and after result preview.
People like to see what your product or service can do and bygiving them preview of what your product can do, it will be a good moral support for them to buy from you. Tell them that your product achieves faster results.
3. Tell your prospects that you're an experienced business man.
When people realize that you have been in the business for a quite sometimes, it gives them a positive signal that youknow what you're talking about. Give them information about the history of your product, its track record, what is your involvement in the product creation.
4. Tell your prospects that your product is easy to use.
Which means there will be no 100 pages manual or a geniusto use your product. People want something easy to use and fastresult. Give them a direct and clear instructions by using a sequential step by step method, like step 1, step 2, etc.
5. Give them an award winning customer support.
Tell your prospects that you have an award winning customer support so they know that you will be there all the time to answer their questions and give them all the support they need. Customer support actually is a good ways to maintain good relationship with your customers, and a good relationship means long lasting customers.
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