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Pick 4 Lottery Strategies and Internet Business Cards
As a serious lottery player who wants to learn how to win the Pick 4 lottery one needs to look to purchase a system of Pick 4 strategies from someone who is trusted. The system's author should be identifiable both by name and photo. The author(s) should also have one contact page available to interact with the lottery players who purchase the lottery system. This not only demonstrates trust between the author(s), seller, lottery players and buyers, but it also provides a sense of reassurance in the event something goes wrong.
Every consumer feels reassured in purchasing any product if they know that they have the name of one person that they can identify and contact in the event there is a problem with the purchased product. Printers have made good money over the years printing up business cards to make such connections between sellers and buyers. It is reassuring that you have a name and number to call if any problems arise as well as providing good customer service to the clientele.
Think of those in your lifetime that have given you a business card starting with the doctor, lawyer, dentist, insurance agent, automobile salesperson, real estate agent, appliance sales person, and even clergy, to name a few.
All these individuals are also known to the buyer by facial recognition. They have had face to face encounters. Direct contact has personalized the relationship between the buyer and the seller.
On the internet, this is not always the case. There are avatars or images that are available to the author of Pick 4 lottery strategies to hide behind. If there is no contact page available, then there is no interaction between buyer and seller. The buyer may be in line at the grocery store right behind the seller and the buyer would never know that the person in front of him was the person who sold him those Pick 4 strategies that were suppose to teach him how to win the pick 4 lottery.
Who is perceived to be the more credible seller? The one who has his or her picture on the website and provides a contact page, or the seller who has an avatar or nameless photo and no contact page available. Many business cards today have the person's picture right on the card. Why wouldn't the Pick 4 seller want the public to know who he or she is?
One of the biggest complaints that Pick 4 players have voiced over the years after purchasing someone's program is that they never can contact the seller. He or she isn't reachable and there is no email address available to contact the author or seller. They just take your money and you never hear from them again. How does this help the author's credibility with the buying public?
The real picture and contact page is the equivalent of an internet business card. If anything goes wrong you can contact the seller. The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words.
The author's picture provides the buyer the opportunity to accept or reject the sale based on the impression it makes. The buyer decides if he or she appears trustworthy.
It is hard enough to learn how to win the Pick 4 lottery with newly purchased Pick 4 lottery strategies without adding the issues of trust and how to contact the author.
What happens if you can't download the product after purchasing it? Who does the lottery player talk to if anything that was promised in the purchased system was not delivered? Who can the player turn to ask questions that arise regarding the implementation of the Pick 4 strategies? Are players left at a dead end if there is no contact page?
First and foremost, this amounts to customer service and trust not only in the product but also the seller. If the seller and the product offer good customer service, then buyers will have more confidence and be more willing to purchase a system of Pick 4 strategies on how to win the Pick 4 lottery. It suggests to buyers that this particular seller is more trustworthy because of his or her availability.
On the other side of the coin, do authors of Pick 4 lottery strategies without a contact page or a personal photo appear less trustworthy to buyers, namely the Pick 4 players?
Let's assume you are the Pick 4 player who wants to learn how to win the Pick 4 lottery. Wouldn't you want to see the seller's internet business card on his or her website?
© Robert Walsh