Would you like to sell more of your high-priced, high-profit services to your clients?
I think the answer to that question is a no-brainer. After all, you’re in business, and to stay that way you need to generate good profit.
The way you describe your services to clients, both on your Service Menu and website, is going to decide whether or not your clients decide to buy.
Often I see cheap quickie services given as much attention to detail as their higher priced cousins, so you can’t blame the clients for choosing to go with the cheapest option.
After all, if both services sound like they’re going to deliver pretty much the same results, why pay more?
Here’s the absolute truth.
If your service descriptions don’t sell the benefits to your clients, then you won’t sell the services either.
So if you’re an amazing therapist, but not such a great writer, you might want a bit of help to make sure your most profitable services are just about selling themselves to your clients.
If you’d like to get some more information on how I can help you, get in touch today and let’s get started on boosting the sales of your top-end money makers.
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