2 posts tagged pay what you want

Sharing the Responsibility of Not Setting Prices

Recently, there was an interesting experiment conducted in not setting prices and charitable giving, by UC San Diego Rady School of Management and Disney Research. Conducting their experiment at a popular roller coaster, using post-roller coaster action photos as the item to be valued, they found not setting prices to be a viable pricing strategy and social responsibility strategy for companies--when the customer’s willingness to give is stimulated. While the study focuses on stimul...

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The Art of the Ask

Value-For-Value Pay What You Want Pay What You Value Gift Economy Pay What It's Worth Collections of words. Collections of words that intend something similar, and yet different. They all describe a concept. That you trust your customers to determine the value they receive from your work, and to give accordingly. You can describe this concept, and your belief in it in many ways. Value-For-Value Pay What You Want Pay What You Value Gift Economy Pay What It's Worth The words ...

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