Create Better Sales Content For Your Website

Updated: Apr 22


In this episode, we talk about crafting better promotional content for your website and having the confidence to create sales conversations with your customers.





During our conversation, we ask Victoria to share her advice and suggestions on:


  • Why everyone is selling every single day, because we’ve all got something to promote.

  • Why you need to understand that you’re selling your experience and achievements, not yourself, and it’s nothing to get upset about

  • Why people aren’t really buying your offering, they’re buying a result or an outcome

  • The three-pronged approach to selling:

  • How you feel about yourself, how to match your offer to the outcome with a package, and how to present your pricing

  • Why giving options increases your chance of winning work and showcases what else you can do

  • Why you should have prices on your website if you sell products, but not if you sell services

  • Why using proposals means you’re getting a yes/no, closed response when you really need to keep the conversation going

  • How using a discussion document instead gives you the chance to:

  • Speak to the potential client again, show you’ve understood their needs, give options and highlight objectives

  • Why saying you don’t deliver off the shelf products supports your price, your expertise and position in the market

  • Success with networking comes from having two-way conversations, being human and asking questions

  • Make time in your diary to speak to people consuming your content to get to know them and find out how you can help them

  • Why you should give more valuable content and do less selling to use webinars effectively for your business

  • When it comes to pricing, you can always come down, but going up is hard

  • Be prepared to lower your price but remove things from your package to reflect that



Key resources mentioned by Victoria Fleming in this episode

Learn about value pricing and creating packages: Alan Weiss, Million Dollar Consulting Book

Another Book: Paul McGee’s S.U.M.O. (Shut Up, Move On) to help you get over yourself, which is vital for sales

An exercise to help you become more confident with pricing: Repeat to yourself in the mirror how much your products or services cost until you’re comfortable saying what you charge.

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