Date: 2019-08-12 20:47:01
You potential customers will have two reactions.
They will either be ready to buy or they will have some “yeh but” reactions. Meaning they have some fears or concerns they need to work through, in order to realise that what you have, is the right solution for them.
When you come across someone who says this. It is a chance for you to genuinely help them 👌.
If someone is interested in what you have to offer but is hesitating, what ever they come up with afterwards is what they fear. That is where they are not confident that what you have is the solution for them yet.
If you create content helping them overcoming those fears, you start creating goodwill. You start to build the confidence in them, that what you have can help them 💪.
Tell them how you can help. Help them move through their objections to build trust. Show them how what you are offering is the best solution for them.
Genuinely care. Get results 🤛.
Remember the formula. Good will + offers x frequency = money.
If you want to know more
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👋 About this channel : My name is Frank Kern. I started creating Internet ad campaigns in 1999.
It’s literally an obsession. Which is why I co-founded my ad agency, CardoneKern.com.
Our mission there is to take the incredible power of the Internet and give it to small “Main Street” businesses so they can get more customers and have more profit.
My partner, Grant Cardone, and I believe that if more small businesses succeed then the entire global economy can be improved.
Which means more …for everyone.
After 20 years of creating successful Internet ad campaigns, I’ve learned two major things that can help you:
1. What they taught you about marketing (it anything) in school is dead wrong.
2. The real money is in mastering the basic fundamentals and keeping it simple.
Any business, regardless of size or type, can get customers from the Internet and if you’d like my help – I’d be delighted.
Drop a question or a comment below and I’d be happy to answer.