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Step 3: Have a product/proof
Sometimes people listen more with their eyes than their ears, so its always smart to have examples of your company at work. If your company sells clothing, the simple way is to have models in your clothing to show how it fits. However, for other businesses having visual aides may be harder to accomplish.
Take for example a public relations firm, how do they make a visual product for their website?
Well I think its pretty simple, have a client make a testimonial video or have a video of your business at work. You could even do a visual progression to show how one of your clients has grown since you started to work with them.
Visual aides are always helpful in the day-n-age of YouTube, simply because people want to tell others how good (or bad) a company was as a referral (or forewarning.) So just beat them to the punch, tell them how good its going to be before they even try it. This builds a better relationship with customers and gives your company more credibility.
That’s all for today, just one more step to go!!!
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