Simplifying your Price List – 3 Tips for Larger Sales

Hey Boudie Lovers! I was in a chatty mood today and decided to do a video for this weeks blog post instead of a lengthy read. I'd really love to hear your feedback on this switch and what you think of the post!
Looking forward to reading your comments 🙂

Sooo….

Why would simplifying my price list bring me larger sales?

When a client is confused it's SO much easier for them to just shut down, order one thing or worse yet order nothing! When the choices are simple your clients are able to focus more on the photos AND choose an option quickly an easily. Another downfall of a large price list is time. It will take you a lot longer to explain the entire price list and your clients a lot longer to understand it. Even if your clients come to understand the list it will take them more time to come to a decision with the more options that are thrown at them. The faster they can decide the happier you will all be!

How does simplifying my price list help me? 

Just like the different services you offer the less you offer the more you will understand and be able to truly specialize in that product or service. If you have a large price list chances are you don't even know your prices off the top of your head. If you have a small price list you will know your prices/products by heart and be able to talk about them easily.  Next time you run into a potential client at the mall you'll be able to quickly describe your shoot and your prices to her with her leaving with a confused face.

With that said I'v created a short video with 3 tips to help you simplify your price list in the video below! It really is simple to do and IT WILL help you to save time, bring in more money & leave a sales session happier. Now, who wouldn't want that?! Enjoy!

 

Alright! So let's get this pricing comment party STARTED! What are you going to do to simplify YOUR pricing? Tell us below. 🙂 

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Molly Keyser

Boudoir photographer and business coach, I am dedicated to changing the world with the power of a camera. Originally from Wisconsin, I'm now in Texas, but I help photographers around the world learn how to go full-time with boudoir photography.