While tough to manage, the best start-up founders have been able to face both the above-mentioned challenges by making their early customers notify them what exactly are their preferences and expectations from them, while simultaneously paying them (the early customers) for getting the business off the ground between consulting and initial versions of the product.
Here are some tested tips that can enable your early clients to help streamline and re-design your product and also getting them to pay you to build your business:
When you have the correct level of belief and trust with your client, doors will automatically open. Build trust in your product which can just be perceived from the outside appeal.
It is very important to make sure that your customers feel secured when they are shopping for your product. Hopefully, you have relationships to give warm introductions to your customers. It is very important never to leave your customers puzzled. The more you communicate with your customers, the better it is.
The social platforms can play a crucial role in building trust and belongingness amongst your early customers.
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