Ah, the controversial decision of whether or not to list your prices on your website…
As you can see on my website, I do choose to list my starting prices, and for me that works. It may or may not work for you, but this is why I believe you should list your prices.
- I am one of those people who wants to be able to find a rough idea of pricing when I’m doing research. I don’t want to have to contact a vendor I might not even be interested in, or waste their time if their pricing is way higher than I’m willing to spend. I want my clients to be able to look on my website, and get a rough idea of what it will cost them to work with me/ hire a wedding planner.
- I usually only get serious inquiries. Most people check out my services page and know my starting price. If they are willing to pay it, or are at least interested in me enough to contact me from there, they aren’t absolutely shocked by my pricing.
- I want to work with clients who know without a doubt that they want to work with me. I don’t want to have to feel the need to sell my work. It should speak for itself.
I’d love to know your thoughts… do you offer pricing information on your website? Have you tried both options? Which option works for you? Comment below and let’s start a discussion!