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Presented by Maria Piscopo.
Originally aired in 2008.
Maria shares her “no fail” pricing strategies and negotiation tips
“What do you charge?” The most important question you will hear when selling your creative services. This teleclass will help you develop a 10-step strategy to answer the question in a way that will build repeat business by meeting both your needs and your client’s pricing needs.
Learn how to use “no fail” pricing strategies to convince your clients that you’re the best and most valuable person for the job. You will also learn about “hidden costs” and the single most important negotiating technique when quoting jobs. Help your clients make the right choice -hiring you – by presenting them with proposals instead of prices. This workshop will give you an unbeatable edge over your competition (especially the low-bidder). It will help you become more comfortable and confident when quoting jobs and help you get more of the jobs you quote.
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