87 posts
  • Affiliate Level 2
  • Author Level 4
  • Collector Level 1
  • Exclusive Author
+2 more
mesunil2010
says

I was wondering if the price of items affect the sales of item ? Suppose my item cost $20 and hav 50 sales per week, would there be more sales if the price was $15 ?

252 posts
  • Affiliate Level 1
  • Author Level 2
  • Collector Level 2
  • Exclusive Author
+2 more
bodorobodo
says

It can be the other way around and you would have more sales if the price was higher. Like iPhone, let’s say

185 posts
  • Author Level 5
  • Trendsetter
  • Australia
  • Exclusive Author
+3 more
michaeldale
says

It is all about how good the item is.

For an end user $5 doesn’t matter if item A can do the task while item B cannot.

I recently increased the price of one of my applications. The number of sales did drop, but this was also around the time that a number of other similar (cheaper) items were released.

So I went and added some great features and improved the interface. This application is now selling better than before.

Also if an extra $5 means that you can provide better support then your purchasers will prefer this.

2462 posts
  • Argentina
  • Affiliate Level 1
  • Author Level 5
  • Beta Tester
+4 more
manuelvega
says

the price for all categories are + – identical so if I’m looking for a theme for $ 20 , buy yours and not another will depend on the quality of ur design .. same for all prices xD

87 posts
  • Affiliate Level 2
  • Author Level 4
  • Collector Level 1
  • Exclusive Author
+2 more
mesunil2010
says

Thank you mates for such informative replies. :)

2792 posts Bird is the word..
  • Top Monthly Author
  • Trendsetter
  • Weekly Top Seller
  • United States
+11 more
jonathan01
says

rule #1 in business – never sell a product on price, sell it on benefits. For those that understand and appreciate the benefits will pay accordingly and a fair value.

492 posts here for love
  • Top Monthly Author
  • Trendsetter
  • Weekly Top Seller
  • Author Level 9
+10 more
nCrafts
says

rule #1 in business – never sell a product on price, sell it on benefits. For those that understand and appreciate the benefits will pay accordingly and a fair value.

Agreed. You know you’re in trouble when the biggest selling point of your product is the price itself.

by
by
by
by
by
by