A temporary sales increase is usually a sales-moment with strong prices. Think about your product and your before you communicate on sales. Is it worth it? What is the consequence of planning a sales-moment around your brand?
Control, Language and Prices.
Control what you sell.
To increase sales in general – you can limit your products in sale. Selling more doesn’t mean ‘get your prices low’ – it means: attract the right customer that is willing to pay what it’s worth.
Speak the language of your customer.
Place yourself in the position of your customer. Learn about the life of your clients. Why are they buying your product? What is the solution for the problem they had before they bought your product?
Set your prices.
How big is your solution in the life of the customer? Every product has its worth not based on the cost of production but based on the solution in every home.