Services: if you are selling a service you obviously cannot “show” it in the same way as a product. However, what you can do is put together a presentation about your service and your company. Include bullet points about what you offer featuring the benefits your potential clients and customers will receive. Add information regarding your customer service, pricing options, and ways that they can contact you. Think about including comparisons to similar services and why yours is better.
4. Helps reduce miscommunication and encourages interaction. The written word is powerful, yes; however, tone is not always clear in an email or chat. If you cannot meet with your potential clients or customers in person the next best thing is a video conference. This allows you both to see each other’s expressions and interact with friendly and comforting yet confident tones. You can also get a clear picture of the other person’s reactions to what you are offering, make eye contact, and read their body language. A video conference allows your potential clients and customers a way to ask you questions that they can get answers to immediately without confusion or delay in waiting for an email reply. Explaining something with spoken words is often the best avenue for both parties and reduces the risk of miscommunication at the same time.
So, where do you start? The first step is to find a tool that offers benefits and features you can use to your advantage. Video Conferencing services allow you to take advantage of one, the other, or even both depending on your business needs.
Next, make a list of what you would like your potential clients and customers to see, hear, and know about what your business can offer them. Think about which visuals could help sell your product best or show your services and business in the brightest light.
Take advantage of the tools that technology has provided to get your business off the ground or take it to the next level!
Originally posted 2015-10-18 08:02:25. Republished by Blog Post Promoter