It's not enough to tell prospects you offer better service or quality than your competitor. Prospects want to hear specifics about why you're better.
Source: John R. Graham, marketing consultant
Here are suggestions that may help show the difference more effectively:
Unique qualities – What can you offer that nobody else can? Try to convert the value of your products or services into financial results.
Advantages – What do you do better than your competitor? Give prospects what they need to understand the unique qualities of your product or service.
Parity – If there's little difference between you and a competitor, look for minor ones that may add up to a competitive advantage.
Disadvantages – Are there areas in your product or service in which competitors have a definite edge? Focus on the advantages you have to offset these disadvantages.