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5 Awesome Ways To Make Customers Fall In Love With Your Products

5 Awesome Ways To Make Customers Fall In Love With Your Products


Great_products start with great ides These ideas are nurtured to bring about your products, but you must not stop at that. If you want customers to fall in love with your products, you must be willing to do the extraordinary.

Great brains know this and so look for ways to get better. Every small scale business owner that’s looking for ways to expand through customers love for their products, must be willing to go ‘the whole nine yards’.

Think of the last product you bought. Was it a doughnut, toiletry, a blackberry or android phone, or whatever? Were you satisfied with it? I mean, were you really satisfied with what you got? If you were not, also know that someone or some people probably also think the same about your product.

Finding that product that can really ‘waow’ you could be difficult sometimes. So as a producer, what are you supposed to do about it?

A great product in all cases precedes successful marketing. Hence you must be willing to put in your best to get your customers addicted.

Attaining an incredible growth rate means that your customers can tell others about your product since word of mouth spreads like wild fire.

Ok, enough said! How do you nail this?

1. Know Who Your Customers Are and What They Want

Constantly defining where your target market is will be a curtain raiser in this quest. Define and then begin to research into the kind of things that interest them. In other words, get their complete psychographic. When you know this, product development and marketing gets easier.


2. Have A Deep Sense Of Care For Your Customers

When customers know you care for them and not just the money that you want to get from them, they tend to want to stick.

For this reason, getting close to them and asking what they truly want and need from a product is another way for them to know you care. By so doing, you build a close and productive rapport with them.


3. Make An Emotional Commitment To Helping Them Succeed

Make them know what your brand stands for and its quest to help them succeed. Let them know that your brand can guarantee them optimum satisfaction. When you do this, they will freely recommend people to you and you will know exactly how to improve your product. That elusive “amazing” product becomes a possibility.

By doing this, you’ll know which features matter and which don’t. You’ll know where to find more customers to grow your business. You’ll know which benefits matter the most to your target market, so that you can get their attention.

4. Admit Your Mistakes

Is this the easiest path to take? Absolutely not. It means responding to customer calls at 3am in the morning, genuinely apologizing when you make a mistake, and never being satisfied with the status quo.

This is an emotional commitment that will drain you. But the benefits your business will enjoy and the value your customers receive will far outweigh these challenges. It’s exhausting but totally worth it.

5. Never Get Tired of Researching

You have to stay abreast with the changing market trends. To do this you must never relent in your research to produce viable products.

The internet and social media are avenues where you can get all the information you need to build a great brand

A product isn’t great just because you or your team say so. It is only great when your customers testify to it. Making sought for products is something that many businesses struggle with for years. However, by going by these guidelines, you will be on your way to the pinnacle.

Published by Valentine Belonwu

My name is Valentine, founder of this site, an entrepreneur working as a moderator at Bizsugar a small business community news site. Connect with me on Google+ at Valetine Belonwu


  1. Oluwaseun Babajide · May 12, 2013

    These are helpful and useful tips on ways to make customers fall in love with your products.
    I agree with the order of the list. I think the most important part is to constantly define where your target market is. By knowing this, which is the key, then comes product development, marketing etc
    Thanks for sharing.

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