“FREE REPORT Reveals 30 Tips To Build A List of Laser-Targeted Subscribers So You Can Email Your Offers And Make More Money From Every Mailing…”
1- 30 valuable tips to help you laser-target and build your list.
2- How to identify the exact target market so you can craft your offer and convert more visitors into subscribers.
3- How to use high traffic websites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to laser-target your prospects.
4- How to build your list using backlinking techniques.
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To guide you, here are some tips that will help you determine which group and demographic you should target.
1 – Know who’s interested
One factor which greatly determines the purchasing activity of people is ‘interest’. If they are interested, they will likely buy. This has always been a fundamental truth in the world of marketing.
There are many methods that you can use to determine who might be interested in the products/services that you offer. But if you know full well the features and characteristics of your own products/services, you will have a better idea of who might be interested.
Once you determine which demographic might be interested in your products/services, everything else will be easier.
2 – Know whose needs it is
We mentioned that ‘interest’ is one of the factors that determine the purchasing activity of consumers. So what are the other factors? One is ‘need’ (necessity). More often than not, people buy things/pay for services not because they are particularly interested in those products/services but because those products/services are part of their ‘needs’.
For instance, a man who doesn’t care so much about his skin will still be compelled to buy soaps. And while nobody would love to have tooth of theirs pulled out, a person with a decayed tooth will still seek the services of a dentist and pay for it.
Other necessities include daily household needs such a food, electricity, water, detergents, clothes, and others.
3 – Know who can afford
The last entry that will complete the list of factors that determines the purchasing activity of consumers is ‘purchasing power’. This refers to the ability of a person to buy.
The simple question to ask is: “which group of people has the money to pay for my products/services? However, things get a little bit more complicated when it comes to ‘luxury’ or ‘vanity’ products/services. These are products and services that do not really enter the ‘needs’ category.
When it comes to these products, what you need to look for are people who have enough excess or disposable money to spend.
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