If you’re looking to grow your business, one of the things you need to focus on is getting the maximum price you can.
It is extremely common for people to undercharge because they’re afraid of asking for more – afraid of losing the sale.
But the problem is, by positioning yourself at the lower end of the pricing spectrum, de-valuing the product/service you are offering and overall you’re defining your business as the cheaper business.
If you deliver a good service that’s worthy of a premium price – you should be charging that premium price.
FACT: Your potential customers do not care how long you’ve been in business, they don’t care about how great your product or service is, and they don’t care about how much it costs.
You might be convinced that people will always be looking for the best deal or cheapest price, but those people will often be much harder to deliver for.
Still not convinced?
Think about it this way; if people bought on price, Apple would not be nearly as successful as they are; people wouldn’t be driving around in
People buy based on what they want. They buy based on desire – the desire to have your product solve their problem or need.
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