Birthday Special:
Pricing for Big Profits

Welcome,

If you're looking for the full description of the psychology of pricing that's uncovered in this report, you can see that here.

Here are the basics: There is a lot more to consider in pricing a product for maximum profit than you might think. For instance, why would raising the price of a monthly membership from $7 to $10 double sales? What is the impact of pricing something at $19.99 rather than $20, and when do you want to use which price?

Can dropping your price actually kill your sales? (Answer: Yes. Sometimes it can.)

How can a "decoy" option increase total revenues by 42%? (Note: This is a completely ethical approach that can make a huge difference in your long term profits.)

Why does a higher price tend to make people actually enjoy some products more? And what sorts of products benefit from this effect?

If you want to understand how to set and prove the best price for your product or service, pick up a copy of this 99-page guide, written by Paul Hancox. Don't risk leaving a fortune on the table when a quick change to nothing but the price might make all the difference!

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Have no fear. This is covered by my 60-day, no questions asked guarantee. If you don't feel this was worth many times your investment, just drop me an email and let me know. I'll refund your purchase in full, no questions, no hassles.

It's not going to take a lot of extra sales for you to make back that investment, is it? To get started, download it here.


Paul Myers
paul@talkbiz.com


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