Your chances of closing your first big sale are going to be directly related to how well you’re targeting your prospective customers.
If your customer is a consumer, they’re going to have limited usage with your product or service and the value needs to be tightly wound into that small usage window.
If your customer is a business, they’re likely going to have multiple users and almost continuous usage of the product or service, so the value will be delivered over time.
You’re aggregating that value into the sale, so you need to be targeting those customer prospects with the highest expected usage.
Targeting customer prospects based on value aggregation is not only going to increase the chances of closing, it’s also going to dictate the near future in terms of the growth of your startup.
In order to close a big sale, in other words, the aggregation of many, many units of that usage and value, you’re going to have to consolidate that usage and find a champion of value on the customer side.