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🔥 Campfire 20: How to answer the client who wants a cheaper price?

You will probably encounter clients asking for discounts for various reasons no matter what kind of services you offer.

Alex Dovhyi
Alex Dovhyi
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🔥 Campfire 20: How to answer the client who wants a cheaper price?

You will probably encounter clients asking for discounts for various reasons no matter what kind of services you offer.

As a freelancer, your goal is to close these deals in a way that satisfies the customer while working within your pricing constraints.

When talking to a client who wants a discount, the first thing you need to make sure it's not the type of client to avoid.

Of course, there might be some scenarios when you need to close a specific deal or give a discount based on the unique terms and size of the agreement to a particular price range.

But most often, clients want to lower the price to simply get a higher ROI on your work.

In my experience, those clients have the budgets to work with you. When you see that it's the case in your situation, ask a simple question:

Is the goal to spend the least money or achieve the goal?

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