Effective Ways To Earn More Money From Your Products

Money is the life source of any business, big or small. If your business runs out of money, it’s very unlikely that your business is going to be up and running for very long. For that reason, it’s important that all business owners look for new ways to earn as much money as they possibly can. The best way to do this is to use what you already have, your products. With that in mind, here are three effective ways to earn more money from your existing products.

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1. Improve Your Product

No one is going to want to buy a shoddy product, so you need to ensure that the ones that you are selling are in tip-top condition. Ask for feedback from people that have already purchased your products to give you some guidance as to where to improve. It may be that the packaging isn’t very appealing, in which case, you can test different packaging options to see which is sold the most. If you’re still making your products yourself, now is also the time to hire some professional help. If you make a soft drink, for example, if CCC is the plastic bottle manufacturer, you could hire a catering company or factory to make the soft drink that goes in it.

2. Find Additional Uses

While it may seem like a great idea to simply increase the price of your products to earn some extra revenue, unless your products are offering something extra, then you are more likely to lose customers than gain profit. You don’t necessarily need to change your products for them to gain an extra use or two, you just need to think outside of the box. For example, if you own a cosmetics company, make it known that your best-selling lipstick can also be used as a blush or eyeshadow, and market the product to suit these new uses. This way, you can sell your lipstick for a little more money, as it is technically a 3-in-1 product. This way, your customers will feel as though they’re getting a bargain, even though they could have used your product for these uses all along, they just didn’t realise it.

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3. Run Sales

If you have noticed that your business isn’t making as much money at the moment as it usually does, this could be a problem. The last thing you want is for your outgoing payments to be more than your profits during this time, as this could negatively impact your business in a large way. A great way to earn some extra cash during this time is run a sale or promotion, especially if you don’t run them very often. Very few people can resist a sale, so if you have any customers that are trying to decide whether or not to buy from you, this is likely to draw them in. Just be sure that your discounts aren’t too high, and that your sale doesn’t run for too long, or you could risk losing money, rather than gaining it.

You need money to run a business; It’s as simple as that. These tips should ensure that you always have some spare, to avoid your business going under.


Lynne Huysamen

Mommy to a pigeon pair, blogger and online marketer. Lover of chocolate, good books and buckets of coffee.

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