Converting Traffic To Sales
Do you engage in passive selling? Are people visiting your website and either clicking on affiliate links or signing up for your offers? How are you doing with converting your traffic into sales?
Recently, I had the honor of being interviewed on the Simple Pin Podcast by Kate Ahl where we discuss these topics. It’s an in-depth interview where we cover 4 specific tips. Please consider listening.
Listen Here: Converting Pinterest Traffic Into Sales
Even if you’re not a Pinterest user for business, these 4 tips will help you in your overall sales.
As an added bonus this week, here are a few articles to support the tips shared in the podcast.
Tip 1: Tailoring Your Language
Many people driving traffic to their website use scheduling software to encourage people to set up a time to chat with them. This article may be useful: Is Your Scheduling Software Turning Clients Off?
You can also apply this same technique to your email messaging as well.
Tip 2: List Your Prices
This is one topic where I strongly disagree with all the “experts” out there telling you to not list pricing on your website. Take a peek. You just may decide it’s time to make some updates to your website: List It Or Lose It – The Pricing Conundrum
Tip 3: Look For Ways To Say Yes
Being able to say yes to a client request is powerful. Too often people say “no” without really thinking through what it would take to turn a no into a yes. Be on the lookout in the next few weeks as there’s a blog post coming on this topic.
Tip 4: ROO – Return On Opportunity
Return on opportunity is one way to measure your long-term success. This article titled: Playing The Long Game In Sales is a great example of setting yourself up for ROO. Be sure you’re taking this into account when making decisions on how to spend your time and money.
Wishing you continued success this week.
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