How you price your product or service is probably the most important decision you can make as a small business owner. Pricing is the biggest signal you send to your prospects about the quality and affordability of what you’re selling. Proper price points lead to profitability and growth. Meanwhile, an improperly priced product or service will stifle growth and crush profits. In our blog, we provide information on answering service pricing, as well as some tips on how to price your own product or service. Below you’ll find the most recent posts from the Specialty Answering Service blog that will help you determine which pricing model would work best for you and your small business, as well as some tips when pricing your own products. We’ve also selected a few resources we think deserve attention.
SAS Pricing: Check out our pricing structure here.
Small Business Pricing to Win: 6 Mistakes to Avoid: When pricing your own product or service, check out these 6 mistakes to stay clear of.
As a business owner, you're going to get two types of solicitation calls on your line: 1) live-operator telemarketing calls, and 2) robocalls. Live-operator telemarketing calls are exactly what they sound like - operators call through a targeted list of contacts, trying to solicit business. Robocalls, aka voice broadcasting, are automated messages,…Read more
If you’re thinking of outsourcing call handling to an answering service, or if you’re already using a call center but wondering if you selected the best service for your budget, then reading this comprehensive guide to answering service pricing should move to the top of your to-do list. With the right call…Read more
Welcome to part 4 of our Small Business Pricing to Win series. In Parts 1, 2 and 3, we explored pricing strategies, factors that influence price, and how to decide on the right price for your particular offering. In this last entry, Part 4, we will show you the 6 most common mistakes that…Read more
This is part 3 of a 4-part series on the logic behind pricing your product or service to win in your respective marketplace. In Part 1, we looked at the various pricing strategies that are prevalent in the market, and in Part 2, we discussed the external and internal factors that determine price. In…Read more
In the first part of this 4-part series, we talked about the various pricing strategies that businesses follow. And if you skimmed it, then you know there are a slew of different pricing models for businesses to sift through. To recap, the top 5 pricing models we discussed were Value-Based Pricing, the…Read more
If you are a small business owner, the success of your business isn’t about how cool your logo is or what your product does – because chances are, there are other small businesses with cooler logos and products just like yours. Now don’t get us wrong – marketing is of course what…Read more