how to convince people to buy a product?

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  1. tools951 profile image42
    tools951posted 8 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?

    1. GreatContent profile image61
      GreatContentposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Tool,

      Have you ever heard of copywriting? It is the art of persuading people, with your words, to buy from you, or join your network marketing team. My advice is to learn that.

      Look for ways to place your business in front of those who are "already hungry." By doing this, you wouldn't really need to convince anyone, but you STILL must KEEP THEM INTERESTED in your material.

      I myself is practicing copywriting, for it is a MUCH CRITICAL SKILL NEEDED to succeed in internet marketing. So, Tools, get with someone who's doing copywriting, who has a system, and be successful!

    2. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      If I'm going to buy a product, I'll look for impartial reviews before I buy - a landing page won't convince me.

      If I'm thinking of buying a service or an ebook, I'm looking for a professional supplier.  As soon as I see a flashy landing page with lots of "gee whiz" wording, I switch off and go somewhere else.

      To give you an example, I was looking for some information on rosacea for a friend. 

      I found a site which offered an ebook. It claimed to be written by a qualified doctor, but the site sounded so much like a guy spruiking used cars, I didn't trust it.

      I found another site which had a business-like look about it, a picture of a guy in a white coat, and several well-written, authoritative-sounding articles on the subject.  That's where I bought the ebook. I found out later the author had no qualifications at all (though the book was still good, BTW).

    3. jessicababel profile image58
      jessicababelposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Explain to them why they NEED the product. Not why they would want it, but why they truly NEED to have it. What value will they receive from it that they can't receive elsewhere?

    4. Kevin Peter profile image70
      Kevin Peterposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Convincing others to buy a product is not too difficult if the product has high quality. People look upon many aspects while buying a product- it's quality, cost etc. So special care must be given to such factors.

  2. profile image0
    Twenty One Daysposted 8 years ago

    1. Validity, Satisfaction, Profitablility/Consumable Worth
    2. They can't convince you of anything. That is deceptive. They can create a market view that is attractive and pitch the customer start to end WITHOUT the "vegas" showcase or "graveyard/empty look".

    Hope it helps. James.

  3. Arthur Fontes profile image80
    Arthur Fontesposted 8 years ago

    Sales are based on creating the sense of urgency and desire for the product in the buyers mind.

    There are many ways to do this,  explain the benefits of the product.

    Point out all the features.

    Explain that the price may change or the product could become hard to find so the purchase should be made now.

  4. Flightkeeper profile image71
    Flightkeeperposted 8 years ago

    Well what do you do when you go shopping?  People aren't all that different.  What you have to find out is whether your product is seasonal, what makes your product different that people would buy over the others, and how does it meet the need of the consumer?

  5. adamsbell profile image54
    adamsbellposted 5 years ago

    You can convince people by sharing about your product or about network marketing on Social Media  Sites,You can create blogs or articles ,with the help of that you can convince people

  6. profile image0
    khmohsinposted 5 years ago

    Know the difference between a benefit and a feature.

    A feature is something that a product or service "is" or "does." A benefit is something that the product or service "means" to the customer. For example:

    Wrong: "This car has a reinforced safety roof." (feature)
    Right: "This car keeps your family safe." (benefit)

 
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