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Help Me/Question Why Raising Prices On Black Friday Is A Good Idea

Discussion in 'General Marketing and Promotion' started by Monica Chortle, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. Monica Chortle

    Yellow Belt

    Aug 4, 2018
    +4 / -0
    Forces you to have posture.

    Most internet marketers attach (fear) themselves to a 24 period where they lower prices (fear) to inspired bargain hunters (people afraid to spend money) to make impulse buys (fear of missing out). You may make some good coin today. From scarcity-fear-greed-desperation.

    Raising your prices today:

    - helps you face, embrace and release the fear of losing money and/or opportunity on Black Friday
    - moves you into higher circles of folks with dough who buy without price being any object
    - detaches you from fear as your selling motivator
    - gives you greater confidence and clarity in knowing yourself, and in knowing your products and services hit the mark

    If Black Friday feels like a fun time, go for it. But for most IMERs, BF is filled with tension-greed-speed-panic, which is not fun.

    If you follow the herd - buyer or seller - on Black Friday you will step into their.....poverty/scarcity consciousness. And poop.

    Fear is not real.

    Step out of the illusion.

    Raise prices.

    See how much your mind fights you. Then when the mental chatter dies down, you'll see the posture you established today helped you do amazing things down the road.
  2. John G. Anai

    White Belt

    Oct 2, 2018
    +1 / -0
    On black friday online sales are the best on thanks giving day for the buyers and sellers.

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