News and Articles About Price increases
No matter what price you pick you need to keep this one thing in mind.
As cocoa prices hit a three year high, chocolate makers are being forced to charge more for their sweet treats.
Forget agriculture -- these chickens need some Viagra-culture.
Sell quality and service. People don't complain about paying for value.
As drought and coffee rust drive up the cost of coffee beans, Dunkin' Donuts prices are about to increase.
Netflix raised its subscription prices for the first time in three years, but only on new customers.
A new study shows that when customers pay more, they perceive their food as tastier.
When Netflix raised its subscription prices two years ago, users rebelled. This time, the company is doing it differently.
While pricing can be a tricky matter for any entrepreneur, it is especially difficult for those providing a service. Here are a few lessons on pricing strategy.
A recent study revealed that a small, oil boom town in North Dakota fetches rents that are, on average, $2,400 for a one-bedroom apartment.
Real-estate firm Zillow predicts the top 10 markets for growth and white-hot housing deals this year.
A higher price should benefit your customers if you are improving your product or service. No one wants to pay a higher price and get nothing more.
Pricing your product at a premium can mean higher profits for you and better value for your customers.
Profit should be at the top of any business owner's mind. Here are three tips for making sure yours keeps growing.
With the economy still so uncooperative, how can you sell customers on a price raise? Here are a few ideas.
Companies don't win a price war. They survive it. Strategize ahead of time how you will respond to competitor price changes.
When a problem client proposes to suck the wind from your sail, it might be time to cut anchor. Here are five ways to get rid of difficult customers.
Are your prices driving away customers or creating unrealistic demand? You may be making one or more of these common mistakes. Here's how to turn it around.
Movie-rental company Netflix raised its prices last week, and its customers have set the Internet aflame with their ire. Here are six lessons for business owners from this pricing debacle.
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