Before you decide on selling anything online, you need to first determine who your customer is, what they often purchase, and why they are purchasing online.

This is called "customer comprehension". The better you understand your customer, the easier it will be to sell stuff to them. Obviously, at the core of any business, the ultimate goal is to create a profit. To create a profit, you must have customers and you must be able to sell to these customers.

One of the most common mistakes I see people make is promoting to a customer (or audience) before they fully understand who their audience is. It is very easy to waste money promoting what you "think" people want, rather than what they are actually looking for.

Don't make assumptions on your customers, gain an understanding. You will be much more successful.

Before we go any further, we need to understand the steps someone takes between the time they learn of a product or service, to the time that they actually make a purchase. That is what my goal is to help you understand.

Let's look at some It is a known facts about a customer:

(1) Customers rarely buy on their first point of contact to a product
(2) It typically takes a person 7 times (this could be website visits, email newsletter, etc.) before they make a purchase online.
(3) Customers do not buy from people they don't trust
(4) Customers are exchanging "money" for something that will improve upon their existing situation
(5) Customers have more access to product information and reviews than they ever have
(6) Most customers can see through scammy promotions, in fact are turned off

I am going to show you how to catch people later in their buying cycle so you can increase your chances of someone "buying" versus having to walk them through all points of contact. This will simplify the selling process drastically!



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scurvy11 Premium
I was thinking about how I make a decision to buy online in regards to what this lesson states. And its true for me that I do my research first to find out if the product is what will work for me. A big player for me is customer reviews, if a product has mediocre reviews I will pass it by.
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jrosenau Premium
This opens my eyes to the use of key words and finding the right time to find the right customer. I do car sales and I see the online method is close to the same as knowing when the customer is in the buying stage. Thank you for this information!
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1signbanner Premium
Thank you Kyle, I FINALLY figured that out. I've been making comments on some WA member websites and I see it immediately that they wanna sell before the trust ain't there.

I do point out to them with a positive approach to them that they first must gain trust. Making a recommendation to their products will not hold ice.

They are missing a big point for their success to sell. First they must sell themselves. Some sites so far that I see do just that.

Thanks Kyle, nice to be right sometimes. hee hee!


Mahalo!


Frank
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ElviraC1 Premium
I really enjoyed this teaching Kyle you are so right everything you are saying I didn't trust because I have been scammed, I am here to learn and make money so I am going to go with the flow.I am going to go by the blueprint that by every teaching you have laid out thank Kyle, love you, Kyle, I told you I am going to be a millionaire with love to you and family.elvira
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GotGoods Premium
Awesome read and a great lesson.

You got me thinking Kyle because I was one of those who fit the category of "thinking they know their customers". It is a lot more deeper than I thought. This lesson has even put me in a position to revise my business strategy but I'm grateful.

I hope you have a wonderful, progressive day!
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