Interact more with previous customers, give them time to trust you, never rush behind a new client trying to over convince them, instead keep them in your audience and continue interacting, post reviews from previous clients, if possible ask for video reviews, social media tags from close friends. Make them know they can trust you, post your videos and pictures so they can know you. Once they have a face and a voice they can connect with, trust builds. Try this and thank me later.IamMaimo
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You have to always start with the small circle of people who would trust you. These people may be family, friends, neighbors, past colleagues, classmates, or online acquaintances.
Once some of these people have bought your products and left reviews online, you can approach the early risk-takers, people who are passionate about new things in your market. Try and find message boards, communities, and blogs where these people inhabit. Connect with them one on one and sell your product to them.
After these people have bought, try and get reviews from them.
At this point, you are ready to go wider and start advertising.
It is a slow process, but the only sustainable process.
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Actions speak louder than words. Trust me, conviction is harder than words.
To convince people, don't start from your friends. Start from acquaintances, those ones will turn around to be the oil that stains the whole fingers.
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Edward hi. One option is to join a major trade organization and feature that membership on your website and advertising . Another alternative is to post positive comments of your customers about your services / products. Also you can become a member of a local chamber of commerce and communicate that to your clients. In some cases may help to disclose your physical address in your ads.
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Thank you so much