How To Get More People To Trust What You Say
One of the biggest challenges you need to overcome is to build more sales in your business to make people trust what you have to say. Now you can be more honest and more honest when it comes to your business (and I’m sure you are). But do your customers know that? And how can you be sure that they are doing it?
‘Lack of trust is a major problem in advertising. You may not realize how many customers you CANNOT believe what you are saying or want in your ad. In fact, the sixth-best rule to follow is that NO ONE BELIEVES. We often see in current TV programs, people being harassed by businesses. And there may be only one business out of 1000 in that particular industry, however, that is what will always be in the headlines.
After that, the general public recognizes this and makes a wider decision in the industry to protect themselves, and then warns all businesses. So it is not enough to tell people that you have this wonderful, respectable thing
reputation… so, you are the company to choose. It just doesn’t work that way, you’ll have to go a long way these days. Here are two powerful tips that will have many people who rely on what you say.
1. People believe strongly in what other people say about you…rather than what you say about yourself.
If you were to tell me that you are the best basketball player in your province, that you get the most points and give some helpers, I would have a little doubt as I have not heard anything about you. But when 10 people come to me and say things like, “Have you seen this boy? You got 40 points last week! He was just amazing. In addition, he has given 12 assists, best! ”Then you realize that it makes you believe more easily. So go to your customers and ask them their opinion about you. Have them write down the best experience they had in dealing with you, then you can use it to show others why they should do business with you!
There are, however, good and bad ways to write evidence, so I’ll tell you the best plan you can use. It’s going to be something like this – ‘if I was lost, now I’ve been found. For example, if you are promoting a weight loss program, tell people how your customer ‘weighed 180kg, and by just eating this amazing fruit bar, I lost 80kg in two months!’ That is an exaggeration, but it illustrates the point. Also, you should always include the full name and city, and if possible the phone number. The more information you provide, the more realistic it becomes, so trust your customers!
2. Just confirm what you are doing.
The law requires you to verify your product or service. If something doesn’t work, or breaks, or goes wrong, 99.9! The guarantee removes the risk from the customer and puts it on you, and if your customer knows you are ready to take the risk then they will feel comfortable doing business with you.
The reason why many business owners keep their assurance hidden is that they are concerned about their customers who use it. Suppose you get a very low return rate now as 1, and by giving a guarantee it goes up to 6%. So your refunds go up 3 times, but in doing so you also sell your SALES three times, so is it not reasonable to give that guarantee upfront?