Quick Tip: How to Refine Your Promise For More Sales

I am back with another quick tip episode. These episodes have tips or strategies you can use to help you grow your online business so you can have a bigger impact and increase your revenue in the process. 

Do you know what it means to refine your promise? Have you ever done it for your program, course, coaching, etc.?

If your answer is no and you find that you are having a hard time making sales, this could be one of the reasons why.

In order to make sales, you have to understand your perfect customer, hone in on your message to align with that customer, and finally, you have to be really great at communicating the promise that you are making to them.

So many people cannot clearly articulate the promise of what they sell, so I hope that the examples and tips that I walk through in this episode help you refine your promise.

Remember, if you want to grow and scale your business, you have to be able to communicate what it is your offer does for people, and you have to consistently refine it! 

The more you do this, the more sales you will make because your perfect customer will be able to understand exactly how you will help them.

If you want to have a bigger impact in your business but you’re not exactly sure how to achieve that without working harder and longer, apply to my 12-month rickmulready.com/accelerator! It will allow you to take the guesswork out of optimizing and accelerating the growth of your online business!

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