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Brands And The Balance Between Price And Desire

Brands And The Balance Between Price And Desire | Beyond Marketing | Scoop.it
Pricing now has got nothing to do with how good a product or service is, what it does, what it doesn’t do or where it came from or how many of them there are.
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Desire as puchase driver

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How to Talk About Pricing Without Scaring People Off

Pricing. I know, I know. It’s scary. You’d rather talk about your products or services, how you can help potential customers, or frankly, anything else in the world. After all the excitement of attracting a potential new customer, pricing seems like such a killjoy.

Many marketers leave it to Sales to handle, preferring to be the "good cop" in the relationship. But pricing is just as important a concept to communicate as the features of your product or the benefits of your service. In fact, they go hand in hand. But when is the right time to talk about pricing, and what's the right way to go about it? These are all things we'll tackle in this very blog post, so keep reading, you knowledge hungry marketer, you
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Four Pricing Principles to Never Forget

Four Pricing Principles to Never Forget | Beyond Marketing | Scoop.it

Most startups are eventually faced with the key question: How much should we charge? There’s no one true answer. There are no gurus. There’s just you, your financials, and the need to make money.

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The common mistakes are:

Believing everyone should be happy to pay for your product.Believing there is some mythical “perfect” price which extracts maximum revenue from every single customer.Believing product pricing can never be changed once chosen.Delaying charging indefinitely as a result of 1, 2 and 3.

 

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