eco-conscious business with human psychology.
Forget about the superficial “green marketing hacks” that don’t work.
Selling is a matter of psychology and eco-conscious businesses are no exception.
Good news: you can learn it, it's fascinating and it works.
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This website helps eco-conscious businesses convert their prospects into responsible buyers with human psychology
Let’s be straightforward. There are a lot of resources online about marketing eco-friendly products and services.
Countless studies are showing that the demand for eco-friendly products is higher than ever.
But have you noticed that, whilst the popularity of eco-friendly products/services has been growing, you’ve not been experiencing such boom on your sales?
The reason: regarding eco-friendly products/services, there is a big gap between consumers intentions and actions - sometimes called the “green purchasing inconsistency.”
Most of the advice you find online are superficial and don’t help you to bridge that gap.
Brand with Green Logos or Insignias
Promote Your Brand with Reusable Products
Share the product origin
Tell a nice personal story
So you have this strong feeling from your gut that the demand is there, that it is the right time and you take the plunge!
You launch your offer, get positive signals and rounds of applause from friends and family. This is wonderful.
But after a few weeks, months, the sales are just not taking off. The excitement fades away. I know how it feels, I’ve been there.
These pieces of advice are nice and sometimes useful. But we should stop bury our head in the sands.
You will not create a business that generates thousands of dollars of sales by only following general and superficial pieces of advice.
Eco-friendly are NOT products like others. They are unique and can give you a competitive advantage.
However, if you want to achieve rare results (generate high sustainable income with your eco-friendly business), you will need to develop skills that are rare and highly valuable.
Understand human psychology
Comprehend green purchase behavior motivators
Structure a web page to maximise conversion rate
These skills are rare and it’s a good thing.
It means that your competitors didn’t make the efforts to develop them.
Even better, these skills don’t change over time.
Unlike the “top 20 eco-friendly products ideas” and “5 hacks to promote your eco-friendly products” (that are superficial and be outdated in 3 months), human psychology won’t change.
It’s very good news because if you want to live off your sustainable business, it’s extremely dangerous to build it on “hacks” and short terms “tactics"...
All could collapse in a day!
On the contrary, if your business offers desirable sustainable products with a persuasive sales pitch – you can be certain that human psychology won’t change overnight.
This is why these skills are so important:
- They are rare – it gives you an advantage over your competitors.
- They don’t change – you will always get revenue even if technology disruptions happen.
If want to learn how to develop these skills to start narrowing the gap between your prospects intentions and actions – click here.
My name is Alexis Stephanos and like you, I am a believer.
I’ve been working in sustainability marketing for more than 5 years with one main mission: help consumers to shift their behaviours to sustainable behaviours.
I’ve worked on dozens of communication programmes and campaigns for Fortunes-50 clients such as Fuji Xerox, Mars, Louis Dreyfus Company and NGO/NPO such as WWF, UNDP, Grow Asia.
These are big institutions with powerful means. This gave me the chance to learn with the best and practice with trials and errors to develop behavioural shift frameworks.
However, I believe these are not the main change-makers of tomorrow.
You, the social-entrepreneur, business leader, bringing innovative and sustainable products or services to market that the world needs.
My journey has brought me to already meet and help some of you.
These encounters led me here to extend my mission: help you to convert your prospects in responsible buyers with human psychology so we can together enhance sustainable behaviours.
Discover how to use human psychology levers to convert your prospects into responsible buyers
First, take a step back.
With all the information available online, you might feel overwhelmed.
Here is what I can do for you now. In the next few weeks, you’ll be able to take a step back.
I’ll help you to answer the following points:
1. What are the key psychological obstacles your prospects are facing before buying eco-friendly products or switching to more responsible practices?
2. What are the nudges and the tools you can use to overcome these blocks?
3. Where to start to develop a sustainable marketing message that converts - to sell without being pushy.
Register below to start your journey of understanding how to use the psychology levers to trigger positive change consumer change.