Thank you for reading my post! I am here today to discuss how were you convince to buy a product online.
I am involved in bum marketing which is article marketing. I write articles to help people and then direct them to my landing page. But I cannot get them to purchase my product.
What things would convince you to buy a product from single person or company?
Please share you experiences or your suggestions.
Look forward to your responses!
Personally, I would never buy a product on line just because it was advertised on a web page. I buy on line when I am looking for specific products that I need.
If you were to convince me that I need what you are selling, I would buy it.
I agree with Steve. I don't tend to make an impulse purchase. Usually, I am looking for an item and checking multiple sites for the best value. If I am drawn to your site because you have an item of interest, I would be looking for price point and features. Good luck.
I research the product type I am looking for typically with the manufacturers that supply technical information and the specifications for the product. I also usually rely on at least two sources for this information.
Then once I have decided which product I want to purchase I search for the best price and shipping options. Thirdly I research the seller, if it’s a third party reseller I can usually beat their pricing by dealing directly with a distributor or the manufacturer.
by tools951 5 years ago
Thanks for reading my post! I create a post earlier but there were very few responses. I need your help with:1. What do you look before you join or buy a product?2. In a landing page or webpage how can the seller convince you to buy his product?
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