Fortunately, you can now have the answers!
People buy at one price and not at another for psychological reasons — many of which they don’t understand. Yet these psychology-based choices have been documented by pricing strategy experts in tests of hundreds of millions of consumers.
- How to change your price by a couple of pennies — and get 10-20% MORE ORDERS.
- How to raise prices — and get MORE ORDERS.
You might believe there is no such thing as too-low pricing. But you’d be wrong. In 1992, I launched Ancillary Profits newsletter (sold to magazine publishers) at a price under $100. A few months later, I tested that price vs. one well over $100 — a 31% price increase. What should have happened? A common “rule of thumb” in marketing says raising prices by 10% will decrease orders by 10%. Thus I should have received 31% LESS orders. Instead my orders went up by 11%! At a 31% higher price!
That means I got to pocket 45% MORE CASH for the very same product.
Pricing Psychology Report details dozens of pricing psychology quirks you can use to both increase your profits AND have happier customers. Read this for pricing changes you can make TODAY to increase your cash.