Part 1 was all about how to determine what price you should be charging.
Part 2 is about the strategy you need to find customers willing to pay your high prices.
Part 3 will be about how to raise your prices the right way.
If you’re nervous to raise your farm product prices because you think you’ll lose customers in the process, this episode is for you.
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What you’ll learn:
- Why it’s important to communicate with ideal customers consistently
- How to get people to open your emails and become high-quality customers
- Why consistent communication is an essential aspect of raising your prices
- Why you need to stop selling and start communicating with ideal customers
- Why you don’t need to explain your high prices to customers
As we continue to communicate with our customers on a consistent basis, you’ll learn that raising your prices is easier than you thought.
But without a strong customer relationship, raising your prices right now could be the wrong thing to do.
Find out how you can confidently raise your prices and not lose customers in the process.
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We have been working full-time off the farm jobs, parenting and running a farm with beef, dairy, turkeys, laying hens, meat birds and bees. I am EXHAUSTED! This podcast has opened my eyes that we’re working harder not smarter. Charlotte has had me take a breath, step back and evaluate our farm as a BUSINESS. Yes, farming is a passion and a lifestyle, but if you are running so fast that your margins are an afterthought, you’re doing it wrong!
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