Pricing is one of the core 4Ps of marketing. It’s integral to achieving your business objectives. For most businesses, this translates to profits, aka ROI.
Scared of dealing with numbers, marketers, business executives and solopreneurs guess at the “perfect” price rather than ensuring their prices are aligned with the rest of their marketing. The problem is that social media and mobile have changed pricing and increased price transparency. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
Are you pricing your product to maximize your revenue and profit opportunities? Often, marketers underestimate the strategic importance of pricing and it’s impact on their revenue potential and bottom line. Therefore, assess your offering’s tangible and intangible benefits in fulfilling the consumer’s specific needs. To help you better price your offering, here are seven steps to assess your offering’s true value and price it accordingly.
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Time Warner Cable recently raised rates and tried to present the increase as savings. After showing why this promotion felt deceptive, 5 other options for presenting the price increases are examined. Read on…