These are simple and effective methods to increase your sales. You may think that you know what your customer wants, but do you really? Instead of assuming that you know, why not listen to the customer and ask questions to find out what it is that they REALLY want.
For example, let’s say you’ve got a strategy to get your clients out of debt. Don’t tell them step-by-step how it works on the front page, be vague and leave the small print for another page. Instead tell them how they can imagine a life with riches and being debt free! That’s a benefit, not a feature!
It’s also a good practice to use a “bookmark this page” and “tell a friend about this page” tool so you can get potential buyers for the future. Even if they’re immediately not buying it doesn’t mean they won’t be back!
However if you see the same question coming up over and over again, it will benefit you and the client both if you create a “Frequently Asked Questions” page. People usually want immediate answers to their questions and it saves you the tedious same responses over and over again.
Don’t make your customer jump through hoops to buy your products. They’ll only get frustrated and put it off for later – and later may never come!
By keeping these lines of communication open with your site visitors and potential customers, you’ll find you gain more trust and credibility with them and in turn, more sales!