Why I keep a price tag, even when my competitors are keeping theirs
Keep a price label on your products, or at least make sure it is prominently displayed on your website and on your social media pages.
Many people find this to be very helpful when they’re searching for a new product.
If you can, make sure that it is accompanied by a clear price tag.
If that doesn’t work for you, you can use a tool like our Price Tag Manager to keep track of your pricing.
If the prices on your websites, social media accounts, and even other businesses’ websites are inconsistent with what you’re charging, there is a chance that your competitors are also keeping their prices competitive.
This can be a problem if your competitors have different pricing strategies or you’re not sure about the current prices.
It’s also a good idea to have a “good enough” price tag on your product if you know that your competitor will offer a similar price.
This will ensure that your customers won’t be disappointed if you’re losing money or if they see a price that they can’t pay.
If, however, you want to maintain a consistent price, make your price tag prominently visible on your site, in your logo, on your store’s logo, or even in your customer support page.
If this is not possible, make it easy to read and easily find by using Google Images.
Finally, make the price tag your own.
If your competitors keep their prices on different websites or different pricing plans, you may need to adjust them or replace them if they don’t match.
Make it clear on your label that your price is a product of your own, not the competitor’s.
In other words, if your competitor has a price on their website, make that price your own and let it stand alone.