How do you get confident with your pricing?
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- How to get confident with how much you charge
- Learn to speak to clients about the value you are bringing
- How to use traditional copywriting techniques to uncover the pain, then paint the dream
- This is suitable for consultants and freelancers selling bespoke services
- It is not so valuable for people selling products
Advice like: "fake it till you make it" doesn't help you to raise your prices confidently. You may have heard you could charge more (and get away with it), but you really want your client to see the value, so that if your price is challenged, you will stand firm.
This course will help you with the emotional challenge of charging higher prices. (Don't worry, you're probably still undercharging, but at least the course will help you have more confidence that your prices are really reflective of the high value you are bringing).
- Freelancers, consultants and small business owners selling professional services
- Relevant if you are the decision maker or an influencer in how much to charge for services
Pricing touches every part of your business. Many business owners set their pricing early on in their journey, and usually by seeing what their competitors are charging.
This is a poor way to set your price, as it doesn't reflect the value you're bringing to your client.
One Thing Needed For a Sale
Every sale needs one thing: the client must decide "this is worth it."
For you to get to that stage, there are four steps.
Getting into the mind of your client
There are really four steps that will help you price your services more confidently.
You need to understand the value you're bringing
You need to internalise that, so that you really believe that value you're bringing.
You have to communicate that value to the client.
You need to stand your ground, because you are so convinced of the value your client is getting.
The first step in confident pricing isn't believing in yourself. Advice like "fake it till you make it" doesn't give you any foundation if your client should question your price.
So, to start with confident pricing, you need to be able to relate the price you charge to the value that your client perceives.
How do you go about imbibing ("drinking in") the value? It comes from testing the offer, and getting feedback, even getting challenged by people other than the client.
You want to get to a stage where you are so convinced and confident of the value you're bringing, that if the client should challenge your price, you'd be happy to stand your ground.