3 Characteristics Most Customers Have BEFORE They Become Customers
I hope you all are enjoying these video tips on professional development and making the most of social media to build your brand. Thanks for understanding about my absence yesterday. Sometimes things beyond our control come up and we must take some time to take care of ourselves so we can continue to help others.
I will be posting the details here each week as well, along with the FREE resource you need to implement these tips into your business.
I’ll go into detail with these tips in the video, but I’ll also offer a recap in the PDF resource. So, you have several ways to get the information.
As you’ve heard me mention many times, it’s important to get to know your potential customers, to listen to their words and understand their needs. This is the only way you’re ever going to know how to help. Talking to a potential customer is much like diagnosing a patient. You want to pay attention to their symptoms – body language, tone of voice, and the words they use to describe their pains. How do you get to know these things? The number one way is to ask better questions. I dive deeper into this topic in the video at the bottom of this post – 5 Things to ASK instead of TELL to Effortlessly Get People Excited about YOUR Product or Service. Be sure to watch that one if you haven’t yet. It ties in well with today’s message.
Today, I’m going to share with you 3 Characteristics Most Customers Have BEFORE They Become Customers. Of course, these aren’t the only three characteristics that exist, but most humans have these basic needs and desires in common.
After you’ve gotten these tips from the video, be sure to grab your FREE PDF resource to go along with it here: 5 Ways to Close the Gap with Potential Customers.
You might also like this tip:
5 Things to ASK instead of TELL to Effortlessly Get People Excited about YOUR Products and Services
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