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How to Introduce a New Service for the Business

Branching out and opening a new facet of services for customers is hard work. Aside from the service itself, there are also other factors to consider like pricing. This also applies to other types of business in the industry. Even if your profession is to help Buy and Sell Businesses in Australia, you will still need to do your research and test your pricing to have a concrete idea on how much will customers will likely to purchase your service.

Ask yourself, as a business owner or employee, how much will the new service cost? It’s hard to determine, right? That’s one of the hardest challenges your team would face. So, how will you introduce a new service for the business and overcoming price model challenges?


Do your research

As a business, it’s a must to conduct research. Doing research will help you, as a business owner, and your team about the market, how much they’re willing to pay for a service, and how much your competitors are charging their customers with the same service.

After gathering the much-needed data, you can now move forward and position yourself, deciding on how much you can cost service with a specific quality.


Test your pricing

A business’ loyal customers are the ones who are definitely excited in trying out new services from you. So, if you’re planning to roll out a new service, it’s best to get their opinion. Allowing these people to get first access to the latest services gives them the idea that you value them as a customer and what they have to say about you.

First, create a list of your chosen loyal customers. Next is allowing them to use the business’ new service with different price points for a set of the group. Lastly, gather data and compare to understand the price point they are more likely to convert. You can also conduct continuous A/B testing A/B testing to get in-depth information in customers’ preference in pricing.

Another way is letting the market dictate how much that service should cost. In going with this strategy, having a network or connections will drastically help your viewpoint in pricing. Have a conversation with your buyers or entrepreneur friends to have more idea on which pricing will work best.

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