Why is no one buying?
The sound of crickets chirping has got to be one of the worst nightmares for any business owner.
Imagine this: You spent what seemed like a lifetime developing and perfecting your product, your branding and your website. You’re ready to go. But then… crickets.
If you’re not making sales (or not making enough sales), you are not alone. It’s a challenge business owners commonly come across. Are you wondering how you can turn things around? Read on and find out what you can do.
What to do when you’re not making sales
Improve with feedback
If you’re not making sales, something’s not right – be it your product, website or how your customers feel about your brand.
This is a crucial part of building your business. Don’t be afraid to share your idea, product, branding, etc. with friends, family and potential customers. Not only does it help you pinpoint potential issues with your product, website or branding, it also helps you figure out who your customers really are. Make sure to filter through your feedback and identify what’s relevant. Don’t be discouraged by negative feedback – it’s often key for improvement!
Find people who can give you feedback.