Hi all. We launched in the US 8 months ago. During this time, we wrote more than 1000 people to LinkedIn. Consulted with dozens of marketers. Sent out over 100,000 emails. But, the sale process is not going on. We have ratings, achievements and good traction. We are good at developing products for companies. But, there is still no element of trust. What do you think is the key factor in this?
We want become international company in 3 years.
This is always a problem when your startup is growing. The trust. Sometimes, Loyalty. But, As a founder, Always check you and your team if the mission and vision are still all aligned. Hope this simple answer can help.
Hi max, I went to your website and it was impressive that the least I could say. However, when it comes to finding a solution to trust problems you will have to think out of the box. To give you a hint, you should be asking the people who have already bought from you the question why, it will tell you exactly what you need to do and your angle. If you need a reliable marketing expert email me on email@example.com
Partner with an already trusted player in the market. Could be payment processing provider, logistics partner or any company really that has trust in the market and offers you a service you need.
Trust is earned. Here are the questions I’d have if I was an advisor and you came to me with this issue…
- Is trust the singular issue?
- Are you absolutely certain the lack of trust is where the breakdown in your sales process is happening?
- What have you been doing to earn/validate trust during the sales process? What can you do better? What more can you do?
How are you talking to prospects at every touch point? Are you talking about solutions instead of features? Etc etc etc.