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How to Find Competitors’ Prices

How to Find Competitors’ Prices

By Mark Stiving October 11, 2018

The formula for “value-based pricing” is simple. Your buyer’s “willingness to pay” is equal to the competitor’s price plus positive differentiation value minus negative differentiation value. In other words, whatever your competitor is charging plus how much the buyer values what you do better, minus how much the buyer values what your competitor does better. Simple formula, but not so simple to implement. 
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