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Latest Pricing Insights

Webinar: Assortment Optimization Through Willingness-to-Pay Insights

Posted by PriceBeam on December 30, 2019

How many products should there be in an assortment, and how should they be priced individually? Does adding more products change the dynamics or psychology of customer choice? Or are there too many products that neither the customers nor the production department really can cope with?

This is a challenge in many industries. Classically, consumer goods manufacturers go through an assortment optimization (read: reduction of number of products) every few years as they also add many new innovations. But all kinds of other industries have similar challenges: how many car models to offer? What kind of software packages / plans should a Software-as-a-Service vendor offer? 

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Topics: Pricing, Marketing, willingness to pay, market research, assortment optimization

Pricing Trends in 2020

Posted by PriceBeam on December 23, 2019

The revenue growth management and pricing disciplines are in constant growth, with more and more companies seeing that revenue and price optimization can deliver additional profit growth as well as help with managing the overall market position.

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Topics: Value Proposition, Pricing, Marketing, Pricing Psychology, international pricing, market research

Measuring Willingness-to-Pay Instead of Guessing What the Next Price Should be

Posted by PriceBeam on September 4, 2019

What should the next price be? for a new product about to be launched? or an existing service where one wants to increase the price for any number of reasons? The facts are that in 88% of all cases the price setting process inside a company is largely based on guesswork and gut feeling rather than science. Or simply based on the previous price.

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Topics: Pricing, Marketing, price positioning, market research, assortment optimization

Advances in Price Optimization Through Measurement of Willingness-to-Pay

Posted by PriceBeam on June 3, 2019

Price Optimization is Moving from Guesswork to Science-backed Insights

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Topics: Marketing, Pricing Psychology, willingness to pay, price research, price positioning

5 Ways Price Research Can Support Marketing Budget Decisions

Posted by PriceBeam on October 23, 2018

Marketing teams face annual budgets for their various investments in brand equity creation, product development, promotions, advertising and much more. Price research can contribute in a number of highly valuable ways when it comes to these decisions.

1. Understand if the brand (or individual product) is considered over-valued or under-valued by the customers: Willingness-to-pay research is a great indicator of how much value customers associate with the brand in comparison to the current price. Take an example like this chart from the PriceBeam solution:

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Topics: Marketing

Willingness-to-Pay Insights and Marketing Budgets

Posted by PriceBeam on October 30, 2017

In many organizations this is the time of the year for making marketing budgets. Marketing teams build plans for the coming year and petition various stakeholders for (additional) funds.

Willingness-to-pay research can be very useful to plan and defend marketing budgets, and the starting point can be something as straightforward as this:

If a product has a current price that is higher than the value customers put on it (i.e. their willingness to pay), then that product is over-priced. Similarly, if the current price is lower than what customers are willing to pay, then it is under-priced.

Willingness-to-pay insights can easily and rapidly be identified using PriceBeam's solutions.

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Topics: Pricing, Marketing, willingness to pay

Why Marketing Should Spend More Time on Pricing

Posted by PriceBeam on October 26, 2017

Even before Philip Kotler wrote his famous book about the 4P's in marketing, pricing was very important to marketers. Pricing determines how much money is made, but pricing also sends signals to the customers about the value of the product or service. It sets the level of premiumness and expected quality, and it often also communicates about how the product should be perceived vis-a-vis competition. Therefore, Marketing should also be very much involved in pricing.

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Topics: Pricing, Marketing

Customer Value Proposition: How to Dazzle Potential Buyers

Posted by PriceBeam on March 14, 2017



Your product is awesome, and you know it. Features X, Y, and Z make your customers’ lives so much easier that they should be naming their new-born child after you. So why don’t they?

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Topics: Marketing

Managing Brand Health: Can You Walk the Talk?

Posted by PriceBeam on March 8, 2017

 

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Topics: Marketing

Understanding Gender-Based Price Disparities

Posted by PriceBeam on March 2, 2017


Several studies have found that women are generally charged more than men for gender-targeted products such as clothing, toiletries and accessories. At a well-known UK clothing retailer, a basic white t-shirt for women costs £12 while it’s just £8 for men, a women’s haircut often costs twice the price of a men’s haircut, and a bottle of shampoo for women is typically much more expensive than a men’s shampoo. 

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Topics: Pricing, Marketing