Category Archive: Pricing

How To Charge More and Keep Your Clients

There are 3 ways to grow your business: you can raise your prices, work with more customers or sell more products to your current customers. Krista Martin tackles the hardest one of all: raising your prices.

By Krista Martin

Five Ways To Handle a Price Increase With Clients

When it’s time to raise your prices, many questions come up. Fabienne Fredrickson shares the best way to tell current clients that rates are changing.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

How to Overcome “I Can’t Afford It”

Any objection – no matter what it is – is actually a gift. What it is telling you is that this person is considering working with you. If it wasn’t even an option, then they wouldn’t bother to come up with a question or objection. So, when you get the “I can’t afford it” (or any other objection), Krista Martin wants you to do a few things.

By Krista Martin

Four Ways To Handle A Client Who Says, “I Can’t Afford It”

As business owners working to get new clients, we’ve all heard it. You’re in the closing part of the conversation and your client says those fateful words, “I can’t afford it.” For some owners, this is the worst case scenario because you feel stuck when your potential customer uses this reason not to work with you. Fabienne Fredrickson shares four methods to help you overcome the money objection and get clients.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Five Steps to Raise Your Rates AND Get New Clients

Have you been thinking about raising your rates? That can be both exciting and nerve wracking for business owners. On one hand, you’ll produce more income from the same amount of work. On the other hand you may be concerned by the risk of losing clients due to higher rates. While this may be true, there are best practices for handling a rate increase that, if done well, can get you new clients!

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Why It Makes Sense To Charge More For Some Of Your Services

Sometimes entrepreneurs struggle with how to price their services. There might be a particular service or segment of your knowledge that you feel has more value. You might have an idea that you should charge more for this piece, but feel unsure whether that is fair. Fabienne Fredrickson shares some ideas on how to look at it.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

Price Management for Group Coaching

Setting up a coaching group in your first year as a coach is a great idea! It gives a more affordable rate for clients to access your coaching. They can get an experience of you, and you can receive more income per hour with a group. Karen Capello shares tips on pricing your group coaching programs.

By Karen Cappello

When The Treat Turns Into a Trick — How To Gracefully Move From Offering Free to Getting Paid

We’ve all heard the advice: You need a list to be successful in biz. And to build a list, you need to offer something for free. Alas, like most things in life, it’s just not as simple or easy as all of that. Michele Pariza Wacek shares 3 steps to building a solid relationship based on trust with your prospects, so they WANT to become paying clients.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Stair-Stepping Your Fees

While raising your fees sounds simple, women entrepreneurs often get stopped at step one, and all because they get their emotions in a tangle over what is essentially a very easy, practical business action. Kendal SummerHawk shares the first steps to take so that you’re not stuck charging the same fees you’ve always charged, and, so you attract ideal clients who value YOU and the results you deliver.

By Kendall SummerHawk

Your Value is an Inside Job

Knowing your value is an inside job. It is something you have to believe in no matter what anyone else says or does. You can get a lot of advice about what you should or shouldn’t do when it comes to pricing your services. The problem is that everyone is coming from a place of their own limiting beliefs.

By Liz Uram

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