You have an advantage as a farmer. I know it may not always feel this way, but it’s true.
Customers are looking to do business with people, not faceless corporations. Customers crave connection and personal experiences that will enhance their life.
And that’s exactly what you do.
You’d be surprised at the number of people that want to learn how to milk a cow and experience life on the farm.
Yet, when it comes to finding these customers, your marketing needs to be savvy and on-point so customers will drive out to your farm and buy your products.
What you sell and what you do isn’t as convenient as a local grocery store, but what you offer is 10x more powerful.
When people visit your farm, you and your store need to connect with them on an emotional level.
Make customers feel warm, comfortable and as if they’re entering your home for the first time.
What you say and what you talk about while they’re visiting will help you stand out from the big box stores.
I want to share the 9 steps that will make you more sales in your storefront. Your store, when operating on all visual and emotional cylinders, will increase your sales on the farm.
I’ve seen sales increase immediately with these simple changes that you can get started on today.
To get more information and a detailed checklist, tap HERE or the image below!
So what are the 9 steps?
- Invest in Grass Front Freezers
- Accept Credit Card Payments
- Create an attractive storefront
- Talk to every customer!
- Offer Limited “Open Hours”
- Avoid self-serve stands
- Grow your email list
- Shift your mindset from selling to serving (connecting)
- Talk in their language
If you want more detail about each step, plus resources to get started today, download the checklist I created HERE!
And if you want to watch the live broadcast about the subject, you can watch that below.
Now it’s your turn!
In the comments, tell me what step you’re going to work on first. I’d love to know.
Thanks for being here,