How Does Your Pricing System Compare?
Is it up there with the best, getting you paid what you’re worth every time?
Or is it leaving money on the table, letting you get beaten up on price, with your margins being chiselled away as you lose out to inferior competitors who charge more?
Take three minutes to find out. Do the pricing scorecard for an assessment and recommendations. There’s no charge, and you get the results immediately.
Do it now and I will send a benchmarking report to show you where you stand relative to other similar firms.
I’ll also throw in access to a recent webinar I did on How To Make Any Price Seem Reasonable. 8 minutes of powerful psychology and practical techniques, including:
- How one firm raised its revenues 5x with no additional customers or users;
- 17 words that raised a fee by 150%.
Click Here to get your results immediately.
Not Quite Sure?
Look at it this way:
Suppose someone you trust tells me “XYZ are looking for help in exactly the area you specialise in. I think they’d be open to talking to you.”
If you could get XYZ, they’d be your biggest, best client by far.
So, would you invest 3 minutes in looking at XYZ’s website or checking out their key people on Linkedin?
Of course you would.
You have the same sort of decision here. You have read or watched something of mine, and been interested enough to click the link.
Should you take 3 minutes to do the test? Results could be as much as, to quote one past client;
“In the first month, not only did the adjustments we made pay for Alastair’s fees, we identified enough opportunities to pay for the engagement 30 times over the next three years….
…now have an entirely new vision for the future of the company….
We made more progress in an hour a week with Alastair over 4 months than we had in the previous 4 years.”
Could you achieve the same? We don’t know, yet. So:
- Don’t take time to “think about it;”
- Don’t bookmark this page to come back to later;
- Don’t ask for more information.
It’s very unlikely you’ll hear from or see me again.
Do the test and find out what it tells you. Then decide.