Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: The Basics
Chapter 2: Rules And Choices
Chapter 3: Adding Value
Chapter 4: Techniques To Keep Value High For Better Pricing
Chapter 5: Final Tips
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Let me ask you a question. The last time you set in motion your own product to sell on the net, or even offline, how did you come to a conclusion about what price you were going to be distributing at?
At a guess, I’d likely say you looked at the rivalry to see what they were charging. While this is a great beginning, it’s far from the whole picture, and you’re fumbling in the dark if you looking at rivalry is the only component you’re taking into account.
Do you understand you are able to double your sales volume by doubling your price? I’ve done it myself, and I’ll demonstrate how.
Do you also understand that 99% of the products I see being sold are too cheap. So much so, that they’re putting buyers off rather than attracting them (which is no doubt what they think they’re doing).
Let’s drive out some pricing myths and dig right down to the real facts to ensure you get the most moneyOther Details
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Yes can be sold
Yes can sell resale rights or master resell rights
You can add the product into your product bundle or package and sell for a higher price
Yes can be added to a paid membership site
You CAN give the product away for FREE
You CANNOT offer the product as a bonus to another product you are selling. However, you can offer other bonuses to this product when selling
You CANNOT sell the product on auction sites such as eBay.com
You CANNOT use nor sell this product in a dime sale event, under any circumstances at all. An event that constitutes a dime sale is one whereby the product starts selling at a very low price and increases every dime after a certain time frame or with every purchase using the dime sale script