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I agree with that - the feeling of certainty is definitely a powerful motivator. The way I see it though it is something that is built on the foundation of trust - it all starts there!Thank you for the Thread - I do like the idea of certainty - for me, it takes trust to another level where I feel more happy with the service/product.
Yes, please continue. I would love to hear your thoughts on building a reputation.Because here's the thing. I'm only interested in posting this stuff if you guys find it useful and of high value on your journeys to financial independence and wealth.
So if you want to find out more about building a reputation in the next post from me, and how that relates to building trust, then LIKE this post and let me know that this stuff is helpful to you! Your feedback is super important and means a lot to me.
Instead of a discount for the soaps, why don't you do something like buy one, get one free? That's effectively a 50% discount, and it's a better deal since they can gift one of those soaps to a friend.One question : let's say I'm selling something that doesn't cost much, such as my own brand of herbs / spices / soaps. Let's assume the product costs $14 each and my company is one that no one has heard of (no social proof, no reviews, no trust, no testimonials, pathetic social media followers etc.)
In such a case, to build trust, my lead magnet would likely be something like a discount code which I offer to first-time buyers. With regards to the amount of discount, in your opinion, psychologically, will a 25% off a $14 product VS 50% off a $14 would have any significant difference to buyers who have zero trust in me?
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