Five Ways to Reach New Customers

Building your clientele base is an important part if making sure your business will grow. Repeat customers are important and you should continue to maintain good relationships with your existing customers. But, it is also necessary to gain new clientele. These are some quick and easy ways you can ensure that you are reaching more customers.

  1. Build trust. The more honest and personal you are the more that customers will be attracted to working with you or choosing your services. For example, your “About” page will often give your clientele an insight to the type of company you are and the ways in which you are dedicated to your customers.
  1. Simplify. The easier it is for your clients to navigate your website the more likely you are to gain new customers. When your clients arrive at your website, they are more likely to engage with your product if they are not overwhelmed by an excess of images, videos, popups, and et cetera.
  1. Don’t be pushy. It is natural to be confident in your company and your product. But, if you come on too strong you may scare away new customers. It is important to remember that soft sells can often draw in new clientele. Trust that your product is awesome and that fact will help sells!
  1. Customer reviews. Testimonials and social proof are important aspects of letting new customers understand why your current customers are so pleased with your services/products. Your existing customers will often help you attract new customers.
  1. Social media. The more your name pops up in people’s Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest feeds the more likely your company is at gaining new clients. Get your name out there so new customers will be able to find you.

 

 

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2 Responses

  1. Elisha says:

    As a consumer knowing I can trust a company when purchasing something is HUGE for me. Also, having a company trying to push their item on me is a huge turnoff to me and I’m sure it is to others as well. If I am going to purchase an item especially if it is expensive I want to make sure its the right choice for me without having someone trying to push the sale on me.

    • epicecomtools says:

      Yep, there are a lot of customers who agree with you. Building trust should be the first priority of every business owner.