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How YOU Can Create Easy Irresistible Offers to Your Customers (pt 2)

Last week we discussed how offering more to your clients makes a regular selling package look more attractive. As it should, as there are so many giveaways happening.

"But Zehra, that is a lot of free money to give away that will cost me more time and money!" Well, not really. Using last week's example, let's break it down to see how each offer is a win-win situation for your company and customer.

Let's get started:

  1. Time 20-Minute Red Light Therapy:

    1. Of course, your customer will feel pampered by this free session, but is always an excellent way to test a new service with little financial risk. At the same time, you are broadening their awareness of your other services and educating them on the benefits of different treatments and how this needs to be a more regular thing to see tangible results.

  2. Personalized 30-Minute Consultation with Our Head Nurse:

    1. This is almost a guaranteed way to upsell your clients while at the same time earning their trust in the process so they can continue coming back to you.

  3. 5 Check-In Sessions to ensure progress and overcoming challenges :

    1. By holding your clients accountable to finish the treatments, you earn their trust while increasing your number of successful customer treatments and ensuring better recommendations from their own networks.

  4. Enjoy One-Time Discount:

    1. Selling more products at a shorter margin is better than not selling them. Also, tracking how many people bought this at your store and showcasing this will be an excellent way to create social pressure.

Remember that it's not just about more - it's about better, more connected, and ultimately more satisfying interactions with your brand.

Feel free to reach out if you're eager to delve even deeper into these strategies and their potential for your business. Let's continue to explore and shape irresistible offers that resonate with your audience and elevate your success!


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