Why Only 4% Of Your Audience Is Buying Your Stuff…And How To Fix It

When only 4% of your audience is buying your stuff, you can tell. It feels like there are a lot of people out there but no one is really buying what you’re selling, right? We’ve got to change that.

Sometimes this can turn into frustration, and you start to put it on them. A sure sign of that happening is you saying to yourself “why don’t they see how amazing this thing is for them and how much it will change their life?”

I hear people’s frustrations all the time that they’re doing “all the things” and aren’t getting the results. I love you so much, but I can assure you that 99% of the people are not doing all the things. The reason that people are not getting it or understanding that what you have is for them is because you’re not speaking to them in their language. It’s important to craft messages to people in the way that they need to hear them.

I don’t know if you’ve heard yet but I have a new community and every single week I’m going to be doing an intensive where this kind of thing flavors everything we do in there. Any one of those intensives—if you do what I suggest—will yield you incredible results. You can check that out here.

The fact is that with all of the different types of people and personalities on the planet, only about 4% actually matches your personality. That’s why only 4% of your audience is buying your stuff. We need to change that because this is about impact. We’re not selling things just to make money. We’re here for impact.

Whatever you decide to do, I highly recommend learning about your audience and finding out what they respond to in a way that will move the needle for them.

Jump into my Facebook community where I am helping everyday families start, grow, and scale their home based businesses.

Have the best day!

xo Martha

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