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Old 12-15-2010, 11:37 AM
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Default Thoughts on putting prices on website?

My fees are slightly higher than some of the local stores for most services, but lower than a lot of other 'big brand' mobile services. I guess this positions me as an affordable mobile service, but am aware that to some extent Im competing with stores, and that customers are often contacting me because Im local, rather than because they are specifically looking for a mobile tech.

Im not looking especially to compete on price - as a mobile tech, my customer base is ideally people who are not 'bargain shoppers', but I dont want to put potential customers off as it limits my opportunity to sell my service to them once I have them on the phone...

What do you guys think about prices on my website? Anyone with experience of this? Does/ did it work ok for you? Whats your approach to this?
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Old 12-15-2010, 11:43 AM
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We had this discussion a while ago it was fairly well split for and against.

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