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The Sales Buzz Issue 61-Sales techniques on pricing
January 26, 2010
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We focus on sales techniques on pricing
Small businesses can overcome cheap competition from competitors that don’t take time to look at how they price and sell their products and services.
These sales techniques on pricing can help you overcome the challenge of bulk buying large organisations, and small businesses that eat into your profits with their cheap prices.
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As a small business you might not have the buying power of the large corporate organisations.
This means you have to find marketing ideas to compete on price with your competitors.
Large companies that buy in bulk and sell in quantity can sell at lower prices. But as a small business you have the flexibility to package your products and services differently. This can be a unique selling point that attracts customers and increases sales.
By putting together bundles of products and services, some from different suppliers, you are offering value. And value is worth money to your customers. This is also a way of overcoming and handling price objections.
Using your experience in your field of business, look for the most common combinations of products and services your customers will want.
Something your competitors may not do is combine products from different suppliers together and then give a combined price.
When you market your small business sales in this way it can be difficult for your customers to compare prices.
These small business marketing ideas give the customer what they want.
They see it as your speciality, your unique selling point, and you can overcome cheap competition.
These sales techniques work for employed sales people as well
Even if you work as an employed sales person for a company that doesn’t offer these packages you can still use this sales technique.
Present your products as pre-priced bundles. Use your sales knowledge and experience to put together combinations of products and services your customers want.
Make the most effective use of any discounts you can offer when you price up these packages. Have the prices for each package at the ready. Even print your own price list of popular products bundled together.
Try out these sales and marketing techniques on pricing and let me know what success you have with them.
Adapt them for your market place, trial them with certain product lines, and develop the marketing ideas in real sales situations with real customers.
Then let me know what happens, share your successes with the visitors to the Sales Training Sales Tips Blog.
You can see more ideas on pricing and using these selling techniques at Small business marketing tips on pricing.
an online business
Free sales training on what to charge for online goods and services.
Whether you have an existing online website or are thinking of starting an online small business, you need to know how to price the products and services you offer.
When I started the Sales Training Sales Tips website I looked for help in setting up the business, help with how to write content, and help with how to price the sales training workbooks I was going to sell.
But because I was unsure if the online business would be successful I wanted as much of this help as possible for free.
After searching the Internet for the best people to work with to get my small business online, I found a great free training book on how to price online goods and services.
It also gave me stacks of free information on getting my online business started and where I could get lots more free information.
The free book is called Make Your Price Sell and you can open it up as an e-Book and save it to your computer.
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