“Increase of value makes you buy – https://tinyurl.com/kmb6juq – because if a price does not match your perception, you’re not going to buy”.
The very first thing I notice in the various markets when they are branding, and specifically my friend is, they are thinking about earning money and they are right, it is about making a profit, because that is the purpose of business of course. The situation with my friend is somewhat the same, because he focuses on what he can earn, and as I know there are no talks about percentages earned. Then I have been studying some selling and branding because they are two different subjects. I have gone into the action of helping him doing some commercials and letting people know via social media that I visit his shop, and as of now, nobody if anyone has responded.
What I then have been putting my focus on, is the products, as they are the actual thing the shop is about, without the products, the customers can’t get serviced. That is very logical. The value of the products can be big and small, it really doesn’t matter, what actually matter is the price is lower than the value, it is like buying a house or a blender, or a bike. The price has to be lower than the value or we can put the value higher than the price, we choose ourselves. Now one of the things is the attitude shown in front of people, just like when we are being sold to, some salesperson gives us a speech and we would pay them to get rid of them and not because we will get better service, no, it’s to make them shut up.
So whenever I etc. go past a salesperson that is just so I see how much of their attention I can get, and how awake they are, because I would never buy from such a salesperson. My question for a debate is, what do you see as value in products? What do you treasure the most about products you are using? And have you been considering the value when you go shopping?