As a business owner, one thing you want to do is increase the amount of products you sell. After all, the more goods people buy, the bigger your business will grow. It seems like a simple enough formula, but it’s a goal that many entrepreneurs fail to reach.

You might think that trying to sell more products is like searching for the Holy Grail. In reality, it’s easier to sell more of what you make than you realize! Here are some successful strategies that you can adopt for your business:

Shout the advantages of your products from the rooftops

Okay, not in a literal sense, of course! But, you should still boast the benefits of your products over your competitors. Does what you sell do something quicker? Is it cheaper to maintain? Is it quieter (or louder)?

In a sense, you need to find out what the unique selling point of your product is and market the hell out of that fact! Perceived advantages are classic and tried and tested ways to sell more products.

Make the lives of your customers easier

The electronic manufacturer Apple does a good job of making simple products. When you buy a new iPhone, you get a device in a small box. There aren’t hundreds of pages of instructions. Nor is the box packed with all kinds of weird and wonderful accessories.

Apple knows that people want to get up and running with their iPhones right away. There is a simple guide to getting started included with the device. Otherwise, users can go online or use the Tips app to learn more about their phone.

That’s one of the reasons why the Apple iPhone is such a successful product. Even if competing devices have a better technical specification or lower prices! You should use the iPhone example to find out how to make the lives of your customers easier. Once you do that, you’ll get more people wishing to buy your products!


Make it easy for customers to buy from you

One of the classic mistakes some firms make is only to accept traditional forms of payment. Sure, they might accept cash and card payments. But, millennials using credit cards and cash is relatively rare. Instead, they prefer to use digital payment methods. Examples include NFC mobile payments in person and digital wallets on the Internet.

It won’t take a lot of time or investment to implement new payment methods. The advantage of doing so is you open up your customer base. And that means you will end up selling more products.

Offer a try-before-you-buy service

Do you sell products that perhaps demand a significant investment? If so, consumers will seldom buy outright. They want to feel confident that your product will meet their needs.

One tried and tested method that always works is to offer a try-before-you-buy service. In a nutshell, you can let consumers try out your products for free for a set period. Or you could even provide them with a live demonstration of your products.


I hope you’ve found today’s ideas useful. Thanks for reading this article!