- Freshen up your site by adding something new. You create new opportunities for sales and growth when you continue to add “new” and refreshing ideas or products to your website presence.
- By adding a new product you not only attract new business, but your current clients are going to want the new product as well. Even attracting business with a combination of 2 or more items as a special package can bring new sales.
- Make yourself a valuable resource to your potential clients and regular customers.
- Look for ways you can be a resource for your prospects and customers. Supply them with free information. Help them do things faster, easier, less expensively. You get another opportunity to sell something every time they come back to you for help.
- What sets you apart from your competition?
Cost of the franchise? Better package deals? Cheaper rates? Personal attention or quick results to their inquiries?
- Promote The Results of using your services.
Let your customers know what the end result of your work and efforts affords them. Will it satisfy their needs and wants for a pleasant journey? Will the end result make them want to use your services again? Will they want to recommend you to their friends?
- Make sure that you continue to implement new changes to your business techniques often and don’t expect it to grow with the same day in and day out sales effort you put into it. Update brochures, websites, concepts, packages, ideas and perks for your clients. Don’t wait for your business to slack off before you make changes to sustain growth.
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