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Do you recommend dropping your price on gigs if you fell off the first few pages of your keywords


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I say don't drop your prices.

I don't know what you do but if it's possible, maybe offer some seasonal gigs?


* I will draw Christmas, Thanksgiving cartoon or

* I will write holiday theme articles, stories, or

* I will do holiday theme voiceover

Or whatever your expertise. You can make your seasonal gig a little bit cheaper (since its temporary and for good will).

I think you should keep your regular gig as is, so you won't have hurt feelings from other buyers who paid more before or some that will pay more later.




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On 10/27/2021 at 8:25 PM, mariashtelle1 said:

No, you should not drop your price unless it’s a structural change in your business or on a market. 
If it’s neither of those two then you need to work on finding ways to scale your business and attract more clients no matter which page you are on 

Any advice on how to do this?

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I mean if you're going to try messing with your prices I would suggest raising them. That's just as likely to pique the interest of a good buyer. You might also make your gig images more interesting and I definitely agree with making a new gig or two. Widen your net. Seasonal is a great idea.

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