Adding value to your services is a great thing for your customers, and is a great way to show them that you value them. Values could be anything from making sure that you are putting the best ingredients into your products, or simply by offering them free shipping on products. From the value of your products to the values of your services, people want to feel valued by you.

If you show your customers that you value them they will be more likely to spend more money, and to share your business with their friends, bringing you more sales and money. Here are some things that you can do to show your customers that you value them and their purchases, that will help you in the long run.

Show Them The Value Of Your Products

There are many ways to show customers the value of the products that you have, and it doesn’t always have to be a cost factor. Yes, people can buy stuff at a discounted price and still be getting something of good value. Even though price can often be a good judge of value, it’s not the only judge.

What are your ingredients? People find value in good ingredients, whether they be green, organic, or not tested on animals. Show that your products have good quality ingredients that aren’t harming the environment and they’ll be willing to pay a little bit more.

Make comparisons of your products to others. Show them the value of your items outreaches the value of the competitors. Show them how long your item lasts compared to others, give them reasons to buy your items, no matter how big or little the cost.

Give Them More Bang For Their Buck

Not only does showing the actual value of a product help to increase its value, but giving them more for the money they are spending shows your customers that you also value them in general. They know you value them when you put more into the products and services you offer, but by offering them additional things, like free shipping, they will feel like they are getting even more appreciation.

Free shipping isn’t the only way to give customers more for their money. Throw in free items, discounts, percentages or dollar amounts off, or anything else you can think of in line with sales. Maybe you’ll over a buy one get one half off deal, or send out coupon codes in your next newsletter.

Just make sure any freebies you’re sending people are just as quality as your normal products. They aren’t going to be as appreciative for a deal or free item if it’s sub quality to your normal products or services.