Should Wedding Planners List Pricing on Their Websites?

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Guest Post by Kristie McCauley If you take a look around at wedding planners’ websites (come on, you know you’ve checked out the competition and your colleagues!) you might notice a trend in listing prices. The majority of wedding planners that I know and speak to DO NOT list their pricing on their websites. Is Leaving Off Prices the Way

How to Use the Starbucks Tactic to Raise Your Prices

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by G.E. Masana By now, you may know you need to earn a little more than you currently do if only because Starbucks just introduced it’s most expensive coffee ever. At $7 for a 12 ounce cup, or $40 for an 8 ounce bag, their new specialty coffee sells at about a 50% premium over their already higher priced coffee.

How To Reduce Price Quibbling

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  It’s a well known fact: brides quibble about prices with almost every single wedding vendor. Why is this the case? Well obviously a part of it has to do with the economy. The main issue however is rarely mentioned. Brides have trouble with your prices not because they don’t want you to make a living, but because they don’t

Why You Might Not Be Making As Much For Weddings As You Should Be

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  In order to grow your wedding business you have to be making more than you are spending. That might seem like a no brainer, but according to Preston Bailey’s article on his blog, you might be cutting your potential bottom line short. In the current economy everyone is trying to save money on what they spend. As a result

Why Brides Aren’t Willing To Pay Mid Range Prices

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Just five years ago the market was relatively strong, and weddings were notoriously over the top. Everyone wanted the big wedding, and most of them got it. One year later things went spiraling down so fast it left people and businesses with their heads swimming, and has take the last four years to start seeing some answers to how to

To Show Prices Or Not Show Prices On Your Website

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Deciding whether to show your prices on your website is tricky. Most often wedding vendors choose not to show prices as the packages can depend on each particular wedding. At the same time, according to the article by Shane McMurray on The Wedding Report, 81% of brides want to see prices on your website. The pros of showing at least