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I have a mlm prospect that has agreed to buying a marketing package, a week has passed so far and she is waiting on me.

The package will consist of squeeze page, calendy funnel for leads to book phone appointments, marketing on a free app where her target audience socializes to grow her lead base and also creation of a lead magnet I'm thinking getting a video squeeze page for her mlm program.


Is $497 a reasonable price?

I'm just stuck on how to present it to her, would whiteboard video be best the option?
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by JeffDC89 View Post

    I have a mlm prospect that has agreed to buying a marketing package, a week has passed so far and she is waiting on me.

    The package will consist of squeeze page, calendy funnel for leads to book phone appointments, marketing on a free app where her target audience socializes to grow her lead base and also creation of a lead magnet I'm thinking getting a video squeeze page for her mlm program.


    Is $497 a reasonable price?

    I'm just stuck on how to present it to her, would whiteboard video be best the option?
    Someone has agreed to buy something from you, without knowing the price or what she is getting? Is this correct? Or did you quote her the 497, not knowing what you were going to do for her?

    We all would love to find this kind of a prospect, if we've read this right, have we?

    GordonJ
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    • Profile picture of the author JeffDC89
      Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

      Someone has agreed to buy something from you, without knowing the price or what she is getting? Is this correct? Or did you quote her the 497, not knowing what you were going to do for her?

      We all would love to find this kind of a prospect, if we've read this right, have we?

      GordonJ
      Yes she agreed to buy this package because she knows this is exactly what she needs and i showed her proof how i acquired over 70 clients using the method i will implement for her plus more like the sales funnel etc.

      Yes i never told her the price yet. Her and her business partner will be meeting with me.

      I knew what i was going to do for her which is what i explained on the call but over the past week after contemplating the value given i decided upon 497. She doesn't know the price yet.
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      • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
        Originally Posted by JeffDC89 View Post

        Yes she agreed to buy this package because she knows this is exactly what she needs and i showed her proof how i acquired over 70 clients using the method i will implement for her plus more like the sales funnel etc.

        Yes i never told her the price yet. Her and her business partner will be meeting with me.

        I knew what i was going to do for her which is what i explained on the call but over the past week after contemplating the value given i decided upon 497. She doesn't know the price yet.
        The answer to the price? MY opinion, it should be double what you are asking. If she balks, give her a discount, but what you are providing is at least a 2500 dollar service, so even at 995, it is a bargain.

        Why is it a 2500 dollar service? Because of what it will do for THEM, it will bring in more customers and with a decent lifetime value per customer, it won't take too many for them to recoup their investment.

        Once you land ONE of these, you can avoid that group at the bottom you've been dealing with. Good luck.

        GordonJ
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  • Profile picture of the author palmtreelife
    I agree with Gordon here...you're asking us for advice, but you were able to get a customer to buy a program from you and they don't know the price or what they're getting? YOU need to be teaching US some skills, not the other way around.

    Even if you quoted her $497, she still doesn't know what she is getting and still said she'll pay you? If she's not your mother, you are a sales legend.
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    • Profile picture of the author JeffDC89
      Originally Posted by palmtreelife View Post

      I agree with Gordon here...you're asking us for advice, but you were able to get a customer to buy a program from you and they don't know the price or what they're getting? YOU need to be teaching US some skills, not the other way around.

      Even if you quoted her $497, she still doesn't know what she is getting and still said she'll pay you? If she's not your mother, you are a sales legend.

      I sent her customer testimonials along with more material that shows i have experience in marketing & client acquisition. Our call was like an hour.

      I also got biz cards, website made 2yrs ago studied this niche & already know their pain points.

      Just seen greener pastures elsewhere like my current service which i acquired over 300 clients since dropping this niche.

      Its just i met this heavy hitter who is the VP in her company so i decided to serve her since she is serious unlike the bottom 95% in this niche. She also said she will refer me more people in her downline to set up this funnel for them once she gets results from it.

      And no she is not my mother.
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    • Profile picture of the author Medon
      Originally Posted by palmtreelife View Post

      I agree with Gordon here...you're asking us for advice, but you were able to get a customer to buy a program from you and they don't know the price or what they're getting? YOU need to be teaching US some skills, not the other way around.

      Even if you quoted her $497, she still doesn't know what she is getting and still said she'll pay you? If she's not your mother, you are a sales legend.
      Sure this marketer must be a sales legend! I guess he does not even know what i contained in the product he wants to sale. Why can he forward that client here we get her helped.
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  • Profile picture of the author Natural Puerh
    its fair enough
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  • Profile picture of the author Declan O Flaherty
    "What if you only got paid if your clients got results" - Dean Jackson

    How much is the package worth to her? How much is she and her partner likely to recoup from the investment?

    Remember, people don't buy products or services, they buy results. You said yourself that you got 70 clients using 'insert package' - so I'm guessing $497 is a steal unless a client to her is worth $20, which I'm guessing is a lot more.

    And look: The fact that she already approved the package without knowing the price, tells you she understands and values the 'result's' she is likely to get. Also keep in mind that you aren't selling a WSO here, right?

    In my experience, most people under price their products.

    How many clients is she likely to get from that $497 package? How much is a client worth to her? With that in mind... is $497 a steal or is it an expensive gamble?

    Don't put a price on the product, instead, put a price on the outcome.
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    • Profile picture of the author JeffDC89
      Originally Posted by Declan O Flaherty View Post

      "What if you only got paid if your clients got results" - Dean Jackson

      How much is the package worth to her? How much is she and her partner likely to recoup from the investment?

      Remember, people don't buy products or services, they buy results. You said yourself that you got 70 clients using 'insert package' - so I'm guessing $497 is a steal unless a client to her is worth $20, which I'm guessing is a lot more.

      And look: The fact that she already approved the package without knowing the price, tells you she understands and values the 'result's' she is likely to get. Also keep in mind that you aren't selling a WSO here, right?

      In my experience, most people under price their products.

      How many clients is she likely to get from that $497 package? How much is a client worth to her? With that in mind... is $497 a steal or is it an expensive gamble?

      Don't put a price on the product, instead, put a price on the outcome.
      This package can change her life like night and day. She is likely to get several clients from this investment

      I think I got stuck into thinking just because I bought too many WSOs this is whats expected online.

      Also my 70 clients from the app are low ticket orders $30-$300 range but it's more consistent than my original plan...

      The fact that she already approved the package without knowing the price, tells you she understands and values the 'result's' she is likely to get.

      I needed to hear this thanks, so i'll keep this in mind when getting my whiteboard created thanks alot man..
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  • Profile picture of the author professorrosado
    Just like most said above..she is not just thinking customers, but recruits. They're in a MLM and 70 new leads means a whole level or two of advancement and that could well place her in a monthly 4 figures easily.

    Plus you should have a few more MLMers wanting in so she better book you now or you start walking!
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