Your business may not automatically attract more customers simply because you have great products and services. Your business will not make you more customers. To get customers to purchase your products or services, you must put in the effort. Many entrepreneurs don’t realize how important these efforts are. They wait for nothing to happen to their products and services. The business ended up failing because no one heard of their products and services or was convinced that they were the best.
Six variables will directly impact the profitability of your business. These variables can have a significant impact on the profit you get for your company.
Prospects are also known as leads. They are potential customers your business can attract and get in touch with. They could be someone who contacts your office, your staff, or your office, or someone who walks into your shops, visits your websites or is introduced to you by someone. These people are all potential customers. You have a greater chance of getting some leads to buy your products, use your services, and refer you to potential customers.
2. Conversion Rate
The conversion rate is the percentage of leads that are converted into customers. Profitable businesses are those that are able to employ various strategies and methods to achieve the highest conversion rate.
Conversion Rate = Number Of Customers x Leads.
This means that you need to increase your leads, increase your conversion rate, or both if you want more customers to purchase your products or subscribe to your services.
3. Average Dollar Purchase
The average dollar spent by each customer on your business is called the “Average Dollar purchase.” The number of money customers spends to purchase your products and/or use your services. There are usually many products in every business. Each product has a different price. Your profit will increase if you encourage customers to buy higher-priced products and services.
Referring to your products or services can come from customers, leads, or any other source. Customers who are happy and satisfied will often tell their friends about your products and services.
5. Repeat Purchases
Many businesses make the mistake of assuming that customers will return to purchase again because they are satisfied with their products and services. This is often not true. To build loyalty with your customers, you must put in the effort.
6. Margin of Net Profit
Variables 1-5 will affect the sales revenue you get. This variable can have a direct impact on your final net profit.
Sales Revenue x Net Profit Margin = Net Profits.