What if your prospects aren’t buying from you? Assuming they’re
seeing your offer, the reason they’re not buying is one of the
following:
1. They don’t want what you’re offering. You will never sell
these people.
Go find the people who WANT your product or find a product
your people want.
2. They literally don’t have the money or credit to buy what
you’re offering. They want it, and if they had the money,
they would buy it.
You can still sell to some of these people by offering payments.
3. They don’t like you, which means they don’t TRUST you,
which means they don’t BELIEVE you.
If you’re getting the right product in front of the right people for
the right price, then THIS is the reason they’re not buying.
That’s why you’ve got to build ‘know, like and trust’ into all of
your marketing.

How to Build Know, Like and Trust into
Your Marketing

“I’m sick and tired of hearing about ‘Know, Like and Trust.’ I don’t
get it. Exactly HOW am I supposed to get people on the internet to
know me, like me and trust me?”
I understand the frustration of this new marketer. It’s so easy for
marketing teachers to tell you to build Know, Like and Trust into
your marketing. But how often do they tell you exactly HOW to do
it?
1: How to Become Known

Build your personal or business brand and infuse it in everything
that you do.
To do this, determine who your ideal customer is. Create an
avatar of that person so that you know exactly who you are speaking
to.
Next, build your brand to suit that ideal client. You are the ideal
information provider or service provider for this ideal customer.
Finally, stay consistent to your customer avatar and your brand.
Your goal is to become known as THE expert or THE go-to person for
your exact audience.
This will make you known on a professional level, but you can do
better.
Instead of people just knowing about you or knowing of you, how about if they KNOW YOU?
To achieve this, you’ll want to share some personal stuff. Real stuff. Maybe even painful stuff. Mistakes. Dumb
moves. Naïve stunts gone bad.
And share the good stuff. ‘Your beautiful, noisy, messy kids have watched Little Mermaid 143 times and you’ve
evacuated the house to write your readers this email’ kind of thing.
Strong relationships are deep relationships. Years ago I shared a few personal details with customers about how
I was working late into the night, getting up late and my general routine.
To my surprise for weeks afterwards people were commenting back to me about these things because they could
relate. That’s when I learned the power of sharing my life with my readers. When I do, I’m not just a wooden puppet,
I’m a ‘real boy,’ to paraphrase Pinocchio.
From there I was able to go deeper, speaking about my fears, my stumbles and my comebacks. The more I shared,
the more people knew me, and the more they liked me.

2: How to Be Liked

Mind you, not everyone will like you. That’s okay because you only want your avatar to like you. Think of anyone
– ANYONE – in history, real or mythical, and there is someone who doesn’t like them. Once you stop trying to get
everyone to like you, it is much easier to relax, be yourself and better relate to your ideal customer.
Make a list of every place your avatar commonly hangs out online and make it a point to be there, whether that’s
on social media, guest blogging, guest podcasting, advertising to your audience on Facebook and so forth.
Go where your audience is and make yourself known in a nice, helpful, non-obnoxious manner by posting content
your ideal client enjoys reading or watching.
Make your content relevant, genuine and personal.
Infuse your own personality into it and speak directly to your avatar of one.
If you can, do live events where people can interact with you directly and ask you questions.
Use an engaging picture of yourself.
Tell your own story in a captivating way.
Be nice. Be real. Be authentic.
Be you – or if necessary, be a better version of you.

3: How to Become Trusted

Repeat steps 1 and 2 consistently.
Promote only products that you believe in.
Promote only ideas and people you believe in.
If you make a mistake, say so.
Use real testimonials from real people.
Share stories of how you’ve helped others to achieve results.
Be transparent and genuine – not fake.
Give people the whole truth, even when it’s not in your best interest
to do so.
If you are similar to your avatar, by all means point this out. People
like and trust people who remind them of themselves.
Think of the people you trust and emulate them.
If you get a complaint about your product or service, take 30 minutes
to walk around the block to completely calm down and THEN write your
answer. Do not get into an argument – even if you win, you will lose.
Make your customers feel safe. Offer a no-questions money-back
guarantee.
Be accessible. Place your contact details on every page of your
website in the sidebar or footer.
Give away some of your best stuff.
Don’t disappoint. Don’t lie. Don’t stretch the truth.
Be consistently good. Or great.
Wow, that sounds like a lot of work, doesn’t it?
Maybe it is. Or maybe it just boils down to…
• being yourself
• being seen, helpful and accessible
• targeting your ideal prospects
• and doing your best to make them happy.

Like John Thornhill does.

So Why mention John Thornhill?

Well because after watching the webinar training he did, where he details step by step what it really takes to build a business online,
I am finally making real progress myself. And I invite you to watch the free training, then consider him if you are looking for a coach.
Click Here to register for your Free training: https://johnwebinar.helenkaye.com


    1 Response to "The Only 3 Reasons People Won’t Buy from You"

    • Matt Ward

      Go to where your avatar hangs out is the best advice. Then you’ll get known, maybe liked and trusted.
      That’s what the big brands do, they get seen again and again wherever their target goes!
      Thanks for posting
      Matt
      https://mattwardmarketing.com

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