You're trying to tell people how they should act when they buy your product. Good luck with that.
You can tweak your feature set, change your messaging, adapt the UX, but ultimately the customer decides if and how they want to interact with your company.
You'll probably be more successful learning about how customers see their problems, how they prefer to solve them, what their purchasing process is. And then building a company that serves the customer where they're at.
I've lost lots of money investing in companies that didn't understand that.