You are all set up and ready to go with your web site.
You've done everything you need to do as far as
advertising, and generating visitors to your web site.
Now, its time to make those individuals that do come to
your web site want to purchase your products.
Keep those customers coming back, if not for new
products, simply to browse at something they might have
missed before. Make statements for the products clear,
and easy to read, as well as understandable, don't make
them long drawn out explanations. Be brief.
Keep your web site original, don't try to copy or
duplicate a different site, use your own ideas and
concepts. Offer the visitors something another web site
can't and see what happens. Make special offers on items
you might have more of or lower the cost by a discount.
For example, sell items that you would normally see
during the Christmas months in July. This will surely
surprise your visitors. Or promote sports that aren't in
season. Football, during the summer months; or items
that are for swimming in the winter months.
On some of your items you could offer
Or on the other hand, depending on a specific set amount
they purchase offer free shipping.
You can also use feed back forms on your website to
get the people's suggestions as well as input for
improvements to your web site. Always be open to
If someone has visited your web site and purchased an
item, send a newsletter about new products on your web
site included with the shipping. This also helps to
personalize your contact with those visiting your
website. During some time or another in the future they
might return to your website, be sure your website URL
is listed on the newsletter too.
There are so many tools to help create a good
technique in getting your visitors to your website
Closing sales on your products and items will bring
back potential customers, as well as keep the visitors
Internet advertising and those things involved with
getting a website going, also help in the aid of once
your web site is going the generation of traffic, and
the closing sales begin to rise and you will eventually
see the potential profits from the web site.
If for some reason your site doesn't close the sale
use capture lead information. Some even put phone
numbers or 800 numbers on their site. If they get
totally confused looking for the answers to their
questions, you may lose the sale. In this case, but a
brief conversation with a customer service
representative could have answered their questions and
closed the sale. Person to person selling is an
effective way to run and organize your website, letting
visitors know you can keep in touch with them at any
time through your representatives.
Closing can be through a toll-free number, a visit to
your retail outlet, or simply passing them to one of
your sales reps.
Always make sure your sales reps are familiar with
your products in case of a question about the product.
Not everyone is comfortable purchasing online. It all
comes down to a deep understanding of your customer
opinions and their buying behavior. Keep your return on
investment high by testing whether they prefer to
purchase online, by phone or in person.