Posts tagged ‘product’

Do people think your product is worth $2.49?

Suppose you work hard on a product and give it a lot of features such as moving parts or colors or shaders or whatever. Then you submit it for sale and it’s listed at an introductory sale of $5.00 with an added discount that lowers the price to $2.49.

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Continue Reading June 28, 2017 at 4:15 pm Leave a comment

Customer Service- Just Give a Refund or Ask Questions?

Is it better for a store to have a “no questions asked” “100% refund” policy or is it better if the store staff works with the customer to solve his issue? Sure, some customers may be upset about finding an issue with a product and they may not want to talk about it, but in general, I think most customers would rather have a product that works to their satisfaction instead of getting their money back.

Continue Reading June 22, 2017 at 2:41 pm Leave a comment

Why Merchants Should Think Twice About Selling Exclusively

If you’re a content creator looking for a site to sell your products on, you’ll quickly see that some sites seem to offer better deals if you list your product exclusively with them. You might be tempted by a 10% to 15% increase in commission if you sell exclusively, or conversely, a 10% to 15% reduction in commission if you list your product as non-exclusive. Obviously getting a larger commission and making more money should be your goal whenever you sell products, but is it really a good idea to sell exclusively at one site only?

Continue Reading January 29, 2015 at 6:52 pm Leave a comment

Why I Think $0 Products Are A Bad Idea

The idea behind $0 products is that people can get something for free to taste or sample the quality of the product. However things are much different for digital products. Read on to find out why…

Continue Reading December 5, 2014 at 2:50 am Leave a comment

Price Versus Quality 2: Does Lowering The Price Of An Item Increase Customer Support?

Basically, it’s the theory that as you raise your price, only “experts” will buy your product, the “simple” customers start to get weeded out, and the “simple” tech support calls stop coming in. This may sound elitist, but what clientèle do you want: the “dirt cheap” crowd or the “willing to pay a little more for a quality product” crowd… keeping in mind that the “want it cheap” crowd may actually cost you more in technical support or other areas.

Continue Reading October 25, 2014 at 7:18 pm 1 comment


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