Price Choices – 100 Days Marketing Challenge

Most people don’t like to be sold, but they want value.

You can offer a great product or service and still get rejected because they don’t feel like it’s in their budget or they are getting right value in price they are paying.

The price section on your website is the first place people look when they find you online. If it doesn’t make sense to them, or if there isn’t one at all, they’ll leave and never come back.

If you have too many products or custom pricing, then this section about how much things cost can be omitted.

A lot of businesses hide their prices because they’re scared of scaring off potential customers. But hiding prices doesn’t help anyone! It just makes things confusing for everyone involved.

You know what I mean – we’ve been in that situation before where we were confused about how much something costs and then got frustrated trying to figure it out.

To avoid this, be sure to include a simple pricing structure on your site so that people can instantly see where they fit into the budget without any hassle whatsoever!

Before you sell anything, it’s helpful to spell out costs followed by benefits of each price point so that potential clients can see exactly where they fit into the budget!

Even if you only have one product or service available for sale right now, consider packaging other items with it – this way, three different options make things easier on everyone involved!

This way, you can focus on selling more products instead of worrying about losing sales because potential clients didn’t understand the cost breakdowns on your website!

Thanks for tuning in! Now it’s your turn to be creative and develop some innovative pricing strategies for your website.

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