I get the feeling I'd be better off learning programming and selling a service to businesses.
I know there are people making millions doing B2C, and people making millions doing B2B, but I just get the feeling the REAL big bucks are in B2B.
I've made some big B2B purchases myself for $200-$400, just within the last MONTH. I didn't think twice about it, I just made the payments for a service that will make me back the money I spent. I have no regrets, and no need to explain my purchase to ANYONE.
Yet I'd be hard-pressed to sell an ebook, audio series and video series for anything more than $100. Even $100 is pushing it. People expect MIRACLES at that price! Heck, people expect miracles at $37.
In general, consumers at home are careful about their spending - especially about digital information products. Businesses on the other hand, spend like CRAZY, as long as they get an ROI on their investment.
What are your thoughts and experiences with this?
Have you changed from B2C to B2B?