I’m sure you’ve all heard of the adage “price is king” (if not, I’m not sure why you’d think you’d want to learn about it).
However, there are a lot of reasons why the average person probably wouldn’t be buying your product, and I’m going to share them here for your use as a marketing tool.
First, you might be surprised to learn that the average consumer doesn’t care about price, they’re more interested in the value they get from it.
Second, the price you pay is probably the price most of us pay to purchase our products.
And third, when you’re selling your product for a high price, you’ll want to do everything you can to make sure your customers are satisfied.
I can’t emphasize enough how important this is, and how important it is to understand why your customers might be interested in purchasing your product.
So, I thought it would be fun to use a few marketing strategies to try to convince you that price is the only issue when it comes to your product sales.
This first strategy is to convince people that they’re not actually buying your products at a “fair” price, but rather at a lower price.
I’m actually going to try and use the adverb “at a lower” in this case, because that’s exactly what most of you will probably hear me say whenever I mention it.
You might not want to hear me explain this strategy to you, because it sounds too easy, and you might not even know that it’s actually one of the most common marketing strategies.
But I’ll try anyway.
For instance, if you’re talking about a high-end computer, the company that makes your product might not be asking you to sell it at a price that would be more than what it costs to build the computer.
That means that if your product is $1,000, your company might not actually be asking for a sale at $1.00.
However, if your company wants to ask for $1 for the same computer, it might be asking $500.
This is a great way to get people to believe that the product isn’t worth as much as it’s being sold for.
You might be tempted to think that this is an example of the “fairness” argument, but the truth is that the reason you’re buying the product at a higher price is because you think it’s better than the other options out there.
That’s not the case.
It’s because you believe that if the other competitors have better products, they should offer them for $2.50 less.
And that’s not fair at all.
You may think you’re doing your job by helping your customers understand the difference between a “better” and “lesser” product, but in reality, the reality is that your customers won’t know what the difference is unless they try to buy it.
If you’re looking to sell a new product, it’s not a good idea to suggest that your product should be $2 cheaper than the competition.
That might seem obvious, but you need to be aware of the consequences of saying something like this.
If you’re trying to sell your product to a company that doesn’t actually have any products in it, you may be selling it to yourself.
In this case you’re effectively making it look like you’re actually the only one buying your “better product”.
In a sense, your selling point is that it has “better specs”.
That’s because the idea is that if you’ve got something that has a higher spec than a competitor’s product, then you should have the same quality of product.
However this may sound like the “good” way to sell, it may actually be a very bad way to market your product (unless, of course, you’ve been to your local hardware store and bought a brand new product from them that has the same specs as your competition’s).
I know this might sound like I’m talking a lot about marketing a “cheap” product (but I think it should go without saying that I’m also talking about your product) and not an “expensive” product.
In fact, this isn’t even an exaggeration.
The reason you can’t sell your “cheaper” product at the “price” of another company’s is because it doesn’t make sense to try.
Your product is better than their product, right?
So why should they have to sell at the price of your product?
Because they’re the only company with a “price-tag” that works.
This “price tag” is an internal measure of how much you’re charging for your product relative to other competitors.
So if you sell for $500, your competitors are still asking for $1000.
You can’t say that you have a “brand new” product because you’ve never sold a “lower” version of it.
This also applies to a product that’s just “better