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ONLINE BUSINESS HELP

Creating Customer Value
By: Jase Dow
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    2004-12-17

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    Some common myths in Value Creation

    Myth # 1 More is often considered value

    Buy one get one free schemes are rolled out. There is of course an instant sales push. However at the end of the scheme the customer feels that he had all along been paying 100% more for the products and perceives that very product as costly once the scheme is withdrawn. May switch to another product at the same price.

    Conclusion: Dissatisfaction leads to value erosion

    Myth # 2 Price is value

    Many business considers lower price as offering more value. More often than not lowest price products end up as the second best with a higher priced product with similar product attributes leading the market. The simple reason is the higher price product may be offering a higher satisfaction due to perceived values and imagery. Car markets are a prime example of this syndrome.

    Myth # 3 More Features or add ons are value

    Businesses load a product or service with more features thus offering a higher value. While this may be attractive if the features are not backed by adequate supports the satisfaction may be less and value is reduced.

    We encounter this everyday. A customer buys a product with many features but not demonstrated properly or may not be serviced properly. Enquiries may not be handled effectively.

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