Value Priced Marketing Strategies

One of the most expensive myths in marketing is that lowering your prices produces more volume for your business.

We ask you – do you always eat at the lowest price restaurant?

Buy the lowest price clothes?

Do you drive the lowest priced car?

Running sales and discounts on your goods and services is not a marketing strategy. Neither is lowering your price. 

Adding value to your customer’s experience is.

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