How to Turn Prospects into Paying Customers For Your Business

By | September 10, 2016

paying customersThe entire point of attracting prospects is to turn them into paying customers. If you have a prospect, it’s important that you start this process right away.

As a service provider, you should always be working on getting next customer, even when you have enough clients already.

Ideally, you want to wait for a list of potential customers. That’s why you continuously build a list of potential customers

You don’t wait until you need the client to fill a spot to start turning them into paying customers.

Start from the moment they sign up for your list.

If you do, you’ll have your choice of ideal clients from which to choose from. You’ll never be without the next clients you want at the exact right time.

Build Trust

Provide all prospects with information and education freely without trying to sell to them.

When someone signs up for your email list, or signs up to a webinar you’re hosting, or reads your eBook, they are trusting you to deliver a certain quality.

You need to seek to exceed their expectation in order to build the trust they’ll need to further open their wallet and choose you as their service provider.

Solve Their Problems

Your audience has problems.

They have issues that you can solve with your expertise.

If you can describe issues that your audience has and tell how you can solve these issues, then you show them that you can provide solutions for them.

In other words, you don’t sell a transaction service; you sell them time and provide them with a solution to their problem.

By transcribing for them instead of them having to do it themselves, you are giving them more time to work on more ideas and projects than they could without you.

Become a Resource

This might sound strange, but there will be prospects that you really can’t help. But, you’ll know someone else who can help them.

It’s important that you refer them to those people.

  • You’ve just made yourself a resource to your audience
  • Those whom you refer will remember the kindness and return the favor.

Only recommend people you know will do a great job because next time that person needs work that you can do, they ‘ll contact you again.

Provide a Fresh Perspective

Sometimes potential clients come to you already frazzled. They need so much done that they don’t even know where to begin.

Take charge of the call (or email) and help your potential customer make a list of what needs to be done so that you can determine if you are right for the position.

Help them think through the actions and work needed to reach their goal. Focusing on the goal will help your client focus too.

Finally, if you don’t convert them into paying customers at the time of the list call, ask them to be part of your email list, so that they can receive more information.

In addition, whether they’re part of your list or not, follow up with them in a couple of weeks or a month or two to find out how things are going for them.

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