Do I need to put prices on my website? Here is why I don’t.

Do I need to put prices on my website? Here is why I don’t. The podcast blog supplement for iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really Ok Episode 63, “Is social media causing bad self-esteem and self-worth issues?”

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Do I need to put prices on my website?

When it comes to exact items and flat fees, yes. But if you work in a more consulting, strategic or advisory role, it can be better for some to leave them off as well as available for negotiation.

Do I need to put prices on my website? I Don’t.

I have a flat hourly consulting fee of $150.00, but when it comes to packages, I make the adjustments depending on the client. For example, if someone has a team in place, is a little further along or has a better understanding or comprehension, I take that into consideration with my pricing.

If someone is going to need more help, more time and more assistance, I take that into consideration too. This allows for the fairest prices to respect both my clients and my time.

Do I need to put prices on my website?

It comes down to what you are offering. If it is a standard style job that is one size fits all, then it can be a good idea. Still, if you have a service or product that can adjust to the client or customer, it can be a good idea to have a price point that adjusts too.

This is why I point people to an initial question form at https://lorenweisman.com/question-form and deliver a free initial consult to see if the person is someone I want to work with, where they are at and what they need exactly.

All that information helps me make the best price point for each person or bbusiness I work with.
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The podcast video supplement for Wait What Really OK Episode 63 is titled: Why should you like my video?

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Brand Precision Marketing Strategist and Counselor Loren Weisman aligns, defines and designs individualized branding, marketing & content planning for start up and established businesses. The core focus of Brand Precision Marketing is organizing, developing & sequencing for conversions.
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Do I need to put prices on my website? Here is why I don’t.

From Brand Precision Marketing Strategist and Counselor: Loren Weisman - Friday,  July 14, 2017