Giving discounts to every customer creates a bad reputation.
You create your brand around being a "discount giver"...
This gives your customers power over your price, which they shouldn't have.
Only you get to decide your price.
When your price is always discounted it creates a habit with your customers to only buy from you when it's cheap...
Thus, never buying from you at full price.
When you do offer your product at full price, they go to another cheaper option. You end up stuck in an endless price war in a bid to win customers on price...
Rather than winning customers over on loyalty to you, your brand, and the experience you work hard to deliver.
Discounts are a double-edged sword.
Reserve them for the right occasions:
New product launch (introductory price point)
To reward existing loyal customers
Long term retainers (ie signing a 6 month service)
Want to start making...
When building your business it's important to state exactly what you want.
Most businesses are vague about exactly what results they bring their customers.
Ask yourself how you quantitatively impact the bottom line of your customers.
Then communicate it to customers to build your reputation around bringing results.
When creating a new product or service its easy to get stuck in planning stages.
Planning a million theories will not bring your brand success.
Put an idea to work and learn from the outcome
We live in a time of instant gratification, as a result, this has led us to expecting instant success.
Create a piece of content = brand will go viral
Launch a product = sales are going to roll in on the first try
This leads to...
When your customers see higher price points subconsciously they feel it must be of greater value. That price commands a very specific experience, one that your customers deserves to receive... after all, they paid for it. Equally, when you know you provide an exceptional product/service, the price MUST reflect the value to prevent undervaluing your service.
Luxury brands invest a lot of money to make their brand different. The slightest similarity to a cheaper option will cause customers to choose the cheapest option. Cheap is not an option for luxury brands, it would harm your positioning and cause customers to go elsewhere.
This why luxury brands focus on extreme differentiation through the customers they serve, their brand identity, and the overall experience delivered.
Do you want your personal brand to be a success?
To be seen by the masses and leave your mark?
A powerful reason for your audience to connect with you is needed to leave that mark.
An emotional driver for you, and a heartwarming reason to believe in you for them.
The reason aligns your goals with your audience, it feels like you are on a similar journey.
And your audience starts to realise, you are like them, that you are connected.
That reason is your story! - your background, and everything you have been through...
1. What is your background?
2. How long have you been in your field?
3. What obstacles have you faces on your journey?
4. Does your audience face similar struggles?
5. How are the obstacles similar to your audience?
6. How did you overcome those obstacles?
7. What solution did you find that helped?
8. What mistakes did you make to find the solution?
9. How did it change your life?
10. How do you prevent...
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