I don't know about you, but I started my business because I wanted to do what I really loved. I wanted to do the kind of work that's important to me. But that's much easier said than done. With all the daily tasks that have to be done to keep a business going, it's easy to lose sight of what's important.
For me, this was the biggest thing I took away from the Watertight Marketing Conference this weekend.
What is the difference between cost-based pricing and value-based pricing?
Cost-based pricing is a model where you work out how much a product or service costs to deliver and set your price accordingly. As long as you factor in all your overheads and sales & marketing costs, you will be able to work out your profit margin.
Value-based pricing is a very different model, and people often struggle to get their heads round it, so I use this story to explain what it means...
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