#MicrobizUS Recap: Setting Your Price



We had another great discussion with our #MicrobizUS Chat community on Twitter! We love seeing new people join the chat! Read the recap below to see the kinds of questions, tips, and strategies we share. Join us for our next #MicrobizUS chat Wednesday, August 15th at 2pm EST by following the hashtag #MicrobizUS or joining us on the @microbizpodcast Twitter page.

Q1: If you have a business (or if you did have a business), how did you come up with your pricing?


Q2: Why is pricing important for your business – service – product sales?



Q3: Do you think businesses have a strategy when it comes to pricing?


Q4: What are ways a business can set pricing?


Q5: What do you think is the number one reason entrepreneurs underprice themselves?



Q6: Is it better to implement pricing changes gradually or all at once? Is there a better time of year?

Join us and participate in the #MicrobizUS chat on Wednesday, August 15th at 2pm EST by following along on the @microbizpodcast Twitter page, or follow the hashtag #MicrobizUS

Here’s a reminder on #MicrobizUS Twitter Chat Best Practices:

Twitter chat rules graphic for #MIcrobizUS chat on Wednesdays at 2pm EST

Why should you participate in a #MicrobizUS Twitter chat?

It’s a great way to network, meet people who like a lot of the same things you do (marketing, pricing, strategy), and you learn a lot of great tips and strategies you can try immediately! Join us at 2pm!

#MicrobizUS Twitter Chat Benefits graphic

What topics do you want to talk about on the next #MicrobizUS chat? Comment below!

You might be interested in our 15-minute weekly podcasts featuring new guests and topics each week to help you grow and succeed as an entrepreneur! This week’s #MicrobizUS chat ties in with our podcast, Are You Charging Enough In Your Business?

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