When I contact businesses that have a bad website, they usually say that they are not interested because they already have one.
I feel like it's easier to sell to businesses with no website.
People want what they don't have.
I'm targeting contractors and car mechanics. Any other good niches? I think doctors and dentists are too saturated. I don't want to deal with lawyers legal stuff.
Here's what I'm doing:
I cold call businesses, tell them I made them a website (demo), see if they are interested, get their email and send them a link to the website. Then we do a phone appointment.
I have a few interested leads so far, just need to send them their website and do a phone appointment. But I have to cold call a lot of businesses just to get a few interested leads. After getting a lot of "not available, not interested, voicemail, dnc, hung up" responses, I feel tired and don't feel like doing anything.
How do I convince them to buy the website? Yes, I'm sending them a link to see it, but what if they don't like the way it looks or my price is too high?
My price is $1000 one time setup fee, and $150/year maintenance fee for domain and hosting. Am I doing this right? I don't want to charge too much or too little.