When you do business online, there are many steps to grow your business, the most to do is how to attract more visitors to visit the website, increased traffic to your website.
This works with a lot of methods such as using paid advertising campaigns to buy, attract traffic or use sharing strategies on free social networks.
You have to struggle, find potential customers very difficult and may be lost a lot of money for it. However, when potential customers to visit the website, the most important issue is how to sell your products to them, turn them from potential customers into buyers, then also traditional customers, stick with Your products and services, even selling other high-priced products or up-sales
With the simple 3-step marketing system, I’m going to show you the fastest, easiest, and above all, safest marketing system I know of.
When you use it, it can guarantee the most sales and profits possible over the longest period of time.
This 3-step marketing system is so easy a child can understand it, and yet it’s likely that none of your competitors are using it.
Before we go over the 3 steps, it’s important to keep in mind that I’m assuming you have already identified your target market. In order to succeed, you need to identify a reachable marketplace that wants and needs the products and services that you sell.
Once you have identified your market, here are the 3 steps:
Those are the only 3 steps. You just have to do them over and over again on a regular, consistent basis. Read them again carefully. Do they seem a little simple? Maybe oversimplified? It’s because they are simple. But don’t think they’re too simple, because these 3 steps have generated millions upon millions of dollars in sales for people who have mastered their implementation. When you master these 3 steps correctly and consistently, you end up with a very low-risk system. But it’s a proven money-making system. Best of all, when you do this the right way, most of your competitors simply will not be able to compete with you. You’ll have all the leads and customers you can handle.
Let’s break it down a bit more…
You must start by proving to your prospects that your product or service is exactly what they’re looking for, and that it can help them solve a big problem they have. The bigger the problem, the more money you can make solving it. This is how you attract a large number of leads. Adding additional qualifiers – such as making them pay for shipping and handling or requiring them to provide their mailing address on your opt-in form – can increase the quality of your leads, but it will also lower the number of people who respond. When you get this mixture right, you’ll get a steady stream of highly-qualified leads.
You must prove to them beyond any doubt that the product or service you’re offering is worth far more in perceived value than the money you’re asking them for. Give them a way to get started risk-free or even “better than risk-free” with an initial low-cost offer that protects them fully. You’ll want to test to find the best price, but in most cases, an offer that is between $39 and $99 seems to be the sweet spot for a lot of introductory offers made these days.
You go back to your new customers with additional offers that get them to buy from you again and again. Depending on your exact model and the types of products and services you offer, you can begin making them big-ticket offers that really put the cash into your bank account. Once you have the trust and respect of a new customer – assuming you have the products and services that justify a premium price – these new customers will gladly spend $1,000 … $5,000 … $10,000 … and even more.
Keep in mind that you should get used to the idea that you’re going to spend money to do this correctly.. Especially in the beginning when you’re running ads to attract new prospective customers. Depending on your model, you could spend many times what it costs you to attract a new customer, knowing that you’ll make it up with your upsells. What matters in the end is your ROI—return on investment, which boils down to how much you spend vs. how much you make in the long run. That’s the only thing that’s important.
“Don’t find customers for your products, find products for your customers.” ~ Seth Godin
What do you think about the 3 marketing steps in this system? I would like to hear any idea from you and please leave it in the comment section below, I’m interesting to have a chat with you.