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Pricing Strategy for Product Dummies – Fanni Fejes on The Product Experience

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Fanni Fejes

How much should you be charging? Are you leaving money on the table, or are you scaring away potential customers? Pricing strategy can be one of the biggest challenges for product people, so we asked Founders Factory coach Fanni Fejes to share some of the lessons she teaches founders.

In this episode, sponsored by Hotjar, listen to learn about:

  • Having a good pricing strategy
  • Applying anchor pricing
  • Using metrics well

Quote of the Episode

If the pilot is free, make sure that it’s for a certain amount of time – and then you have the chance to renegotiate from there… In my personal experience, it’s easier to ask for more money than to ask for money at all.

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