There are several ways to determine your product price. The first priority is making sure you cover your production or supply costs. Manufacturers that produce products usually have cost accountants who analyze how much is spent on raw materials. Labor and advertising also need to be factored so companies can make a profit.
Many companies start out with relatively high prices if their product is in high demand. For example, the new capabilities of a cell phone may drive up demand. The Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: admin on May 21st, 2012
Trying to get a new product to market can be frustrating, interesting and very time consuming. It is not all cut and dry as some people might want to believe. There is a lot of preparation that goes into creating the best design, and implementing new and improved strategic techniques. Marketing involves many of these elements and more. The product needs to be presented to the market in a package that is suitable for the product. Believe it or Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: admin on May 18th, 2012
A good product is one that appeals to a broad audience. You don’t have to go after every customer out there. But you still want a significant audience, even when marketing a niche product. For example, a plus-size line of women’s clothing still appeals to a relatively broad audience.
Your product should also be one that is repurchased. Some products like soap and toilet paper are frequently. Clothing customers may repurchase every so often. If you sell large equipment, make sure you also supply the parts. People will be buying the parts more Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by: admin on May 16th, 2012