In this episode of the Profitable Mindset, we talk about how to find customers that value your products.
Like most farmers, you probably live in a rural area where it’s hard to find people that value high-quality food.
Customers don’t appreciate what you sell and don’t see the value in paying top-dollar for their meats, eggs, dairy, or produce.
Am I right?
Where Are All The People That Value Farm Fresh Products?
Have you ever said, “I hate selling and I hate marketing. I don’t feel appreciated. I can’t find people who value my products or are willing to pay what they’re worth.”
And you’re probably thinking “if I lived in a place where more people understood all the hard work that went into creating or developing such a high-quality product then I’d make more sales.”
Let me tell you, you’re not alone.
Today, I’m here to show you how to find the right customers that are willing to pay your high prices for a quality product.
And my answer might surprise you — tune in to listen!
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Links mentioned in this episode:
Free Sales Training — “4 Mistakes Costing You Sales on the Farm”
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