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We ALL like to pay as little as possible but we're happy to pay $4 for a latte from Starbucks because a, caffeinated beverage is worth more than that at that time and to that person. Prove the value. Prove that your software is worth (either saving them money or making them money) 2X or 5X or 1...

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I have built two software companies by hiring out the development work. I sold one for a decent sum during the dot com era (circa 1999). I remain a shareholder in the other one. I currently work with amazing development company on behalf of one of my clients. Here are some things to consider. 1...

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Focus on your USP. If you can figure out your USP (why would anybody pick you over other coaches) the battle is almost one. This USP will also energize you and help you to move forward in your sales and marketing of your coaching. Best of Luck, Mike

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Depends. If the order is a few thousand dollars, you should have it setup to let them wire you the money or even checks (if the company is in the US). Normally, for products up to $2K, companies take care of it with credit card. For higher products, you should encourage them to contact you. If ...

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Serious question: What is the goal of getting (retaining?) a business coach or a specific mentor? Focus. #deliver - michael vizdos www.michaelvizdos.com

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A specific solution just came to mind utilizing wooCommerce. If WordPress is your platform, this could be very simple with a subscriptions plugin.

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We both know that hosting is very application specific, and that quality of service varies drastically between providers, yet you'll always find individuals who treat it as a mere commodity. The true value of the host isn't predicated just on their performance characteristics, but also their acce...

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Looks like you have a problem. Based on what you've provided, you made the SaaS before confirming there were buyers for it. Biggest mistake I see in SaaS. Second is trying to sell by Demo (features presentation) and believing that's going to work. Better find some buyers. I'm not seeing a dem...

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Boston is an expensive city to live in. Rent alone is going to be $2000+. So figure $3000 for your salesperson. That's 60 sales a month just to pay that person. Two sales a day just to break even on their cost--forget about you, and your overhead. Of course, your salesperson doesn't have to be ...

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It's really simple arithmetic. If you pay your sellers to close deals and they make, say $200k, why would you want them to spend time doing what you can hire someone for $60k to do? I've used the outside "appointment setter" companies. They usually charge roughly $700 per appointment. So, do ...

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