Tag: fixed pricing

Let’s Talk: Would you shop at midnight if groceries were cheaper? | Starts at 60

Let’s Talk: Would you shop at midnight if groceries were cheaper? | Starts at 60

Fixed pricing could be a thing of the past. The thought of shopping in the dead of night may sound unappealing but if it meant you could save hundreds on your monthly grocery bill, you may change your tune. It seems retail experts are predicting fixed prices will be virtually non-existent within five years. A […]

How to Qualify Clients for Your New Fixed Fee Pricing Model | Hubdoc

How to Qualify Clients for Your New Fixed Fee Pricing Model | Hubdoc

Some clients want the basics and may not be interested in the higher-value advice that makes fixed fees pricing a good solution. Some are more comfortable paying an hourly rate. They like that they can see how many hours of your time they get for what they pay. Each task you complete is accounted for […]

Embracing new pricing models in the age of disruption | The Future of Commerce

Embracing new pricing models in the age of disruption | The Future of Commerce

Digital disruption is changing how the professional services industry does business. This includes the restructuring of standard time and materials pricing models. Established companies have a hard time understanding why this model is a thing of the past. What it all comes down to is that customers have become savvy forward thinkers. They embrace the new digital […]

Reimagining Value(s)-based Pricing | Medium

Reimagining Value(s)-based Pricing | Medium

Yet in the spirit of our “Breaking Bad”-culture, we’ve almost done the direct opposite of all of those things. And a big component of this, has been the way we’ve set up the pricing for Conversio. If you consider that we operate in the “email marketing” or “marketing automation” space, we actually have many companies […]

Does Online Shopping Mean the End of Fixed Prices? | Fortune.com

Does Online Shopping Mean the End of Fixed Prices? | Fortune.com

In a week with the usual litany of bad news for brick-and-mortar retailers, The Atlantic offers an in-depth look at one of online sellers’ biggest advantages—data-driven dynamic pricing. It’s a tactic familiar to anyone who has watched items in their Amazon basket change price over the course of a day (or an hour)—but traditional retailers […]

Time and material vs Fixed price: hot discussion of the best pricing model | Cleveroad

Time and material vs Fixed price: hot discussion of the best pricing model | Cleveroad

Giving your money to someone is always difficult, at least for me. When I open my wallet I have to be sure that I get the best quality for this money. However, the variety of services, goods and payment methods is vast, so sometimes I really get confused. The same goes for here, in the […]

Pay what you want – a product pricing experiment | London Business School

Pay what you want – a product pricing experiment | London Business School

Pay what you want for blood tests “I had read an article about new types of pricing models and how they might influence companies, especially in the digital world,” explains Roche’s Jan Schreiber. And around the same time, I had a discussion with a colleague about a diagnostic product they wanted to launch in Germany, […]

When Does Pay What You Want Pricing Work? | Psychology Today

When Does Pay What You Want Pricing Work? | Psychology Today

I am sure that at one time or another, many marketers have considered using a Pay What You Want (PWYW) pricing scheme to sell their products. On the face of it, it seems such an alluring idea, predicated on human decency and reciprocity. PWYW pricing is simple. Provide a good-quality product to customers, let them […]

How shelf-edge technology will transform retail | Digital Signage Today

How shelf-edge technology will transform retail | Digital Signage Today

Despite 76 percent of purchase decisions (and 60 percent of brand ‘switch’ decisions) being made impulsively at the shelf-edge, the power of the shelf-edge as a premium marketing tool can sometimes be underestimated. Traditionally, static shelf-edges with paper-printed labels have been used only to fulfill one purpose – to inform customers of the price of goods. […]

Pricing professional services, again | Agile

Pricing professional services, again | Agile

Here’s a bit of the note I got recently from a blog reader: I’m planning to start doing consulting and projects of seismic interpretation and prospect generations but I don’t know what’s a fair price to charge for services. I sure there’re many of factors. I was wondering if you can share some tips on […]