What Are Incidental Prices and How Do They Affect Willingness to Pay

Summary Introduction Have you ever wondered why being exposed to prices of products you don’t care about can influence how much you’re willing to pay for something completely different? Consumer psychology reveals that incidental prices, those prices of unrelated products that we casually encounter in our environment, can have a surprising impact on our purchasing … Read more

Performance-based pricing: You only get paid if you generate value for your customers.

Summary: Imagine a brand of rehydration drinks that decides to charge only if the consumer really feels that they have quenched their thirst. This strategy, while bold, underscores the complexity of performance-based pricing. This model poses significant challenges; For example, there’s nothing stopping customers from claiming not to have rehydrated just to avoid paying. It … Read more

The Power of Subscription Pricing: How to Transform Your Business

In a world where accessibility and flexibility are valued more than ever, the subscription pricing model has emerged as a strategic solution for businesses looking to strengthen long-term relationships with their customers. This model is mainly distinguished by allowing access to products or services in exchange for a recurring payment, which transforms one-time purchases into … Read more

The Impact of Syllabic Length on Price Perception: ‘Long’ vs. ‘Short’ Prices

The Impact of Syllabic Length on Price Perception. In marketing, every detail counts, and something that is not paid much attention to when communicating prices, is the effort the brain expends in processing ‘long’ versus ‘short’ prices and its effect on the perception of its magnitude and subsequent willingness to pay. In this sense, this … Read more