Want to bring success to your business? This article introduces you to 3 simple ways to sell your product and increase sales in your business.
Whether you’ve got 3 years or 30 years of experience in business, everyone looks for new ways to sell their products and increase sales in their business.
While having to adapt to changing markets and ways of doing business your principles should stay the same, Quality products and Great Customer Service. Whether it’s brick and mortar or e-commerce, these two standards should never be removed from your business.
How Do You Sell More Products and Increase Sales?
Attract New Customers!
You begin with the Clients/Customers. Do you have any? If not, you have to attract some to your place of business. Every hour, hundreds of women go online looking to buy a given product. Whether it’s brownies or bath and body, information or incense, there’s a website that sells these products.
Are you one of the lucky little boutiques that differentiates yourself from the others on the block, thereby attracting attention of those that pass by your window? Great! But in today’s business environment, you’ll still need a website presence. Potential customers want to “check you out” before they drive to your physical location.
So your website becomes your window display. What does it say about your business and you as the owner? Have you given them information on how to contact you? What are your store hours. Yes, you can list them online. Can they read about you? Do you list sizes, quantity or prices of what you’re selling. Don’t keep your visitors guessing, you can’t make them think. Your job is to keep everything as simple as possible. If your customers feel they have to think too hard, they just might go to another “store” and shop where it’s much easier to find what they want.
Have you created an offer that might get them to try your product without spending a lot of money or offered them a coupon, with say, 10% off their first purchase? Something of this nature acts as a magnet and just might attract those people who are seriously considering your product and this could tilt them to the side of Purchase.
Increase the Number of Transactions
Do you have a Full line of products? For instance you sell skin care products. If you’ve provided a bit of information on your site about a skin care regimen and you specify that to cleanse, tone and moisturize is what’s going to give a woman’s skin that radiant and youthful glow, her purchase just might include those three items.
Or you specialize in selling brownies, you might make an offer to sell brownie bite sizes. Your offer might be: Try our New Bite Size Brownies … Three brownies per box, Today’s Special … Almond, Vanilla Swirl and Coconut Cream Filled … Get All three boxes for just $24.95 …Regular Price$34.95. You get the idea. The important thing to understand is that you’ve increased your transaction. You’ve sold more than one item, thereby increasing your sales.
[asa]0789741008[/asa]Increase Your Average Transaction
Once you’ve sold a person on sample sizes or bite sizes of a given product, you can now increase your average transaction. Your satisfied customer will now buy full sizes or bigger boxes of your product.
For example, with the brownies, the ability to sample bite sizes allows the purchaser to come back and order a larger quantity of your brownies.
The ability to sell your product and increase sales in your business is as simple as attracting new clients, increasing the number of your transactions and increasing the average amount of your transactions.
Here’s To Your Success!
Juliette Samuel is a person who definitely knows beautiful when she sees it. Juliette has had a very eclectic career working in and around the beauty industry. She has worked as an instructor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. She has also been a Professional Image Consultant.
Currently Juliette works as a Skin Care Therapist, acting President and Chief Nose for NYRAJU Skin Care. As such she is in charge of product formulation and development of all scents produced for the line.
As an entrepreneur and e-commerce site owner, Juliette has to sell products and increase sales everyday.