You don't need a fancy degree to offer valuable online services. All you need is commitment and know-how!
But there’s one thing that stands in the way of so many service providers…
And that’s pricing and packaging.
Knowing what you’ll offer and how much to charge for online services can get tricky.
Is the price too high? Or is the price too low?
Pricing is so hard, and it’s definitely something that you’ll get better at with time and experience.
But before we dive into three different services you can offer for $777, I want to talk about six reasons why you should package your services instead of selling your time.
This is really important.
You should NOT tie how much money you make to your time.
And of course, there are exceptions,and I will talk about them too. But as a general rule, always focus on packages instead of hourly rates.
Here are some really good reasons for this…
First one, and very relevant when you’re a freelancer.
If you’re selling packages you know how much you need to sell to make x amount. And that’s it.
If you charge by the hour, it’s hard to know exactly how much you’ll make each month. It’ll always depend on how much work your client has for you, and that’s very unpredictable.
Clients feel like they’re getting more for their money, because the outcome is very clear.
And they also know how much this service will cost them. So their expenses are also more predictable, which makes the offer way more appealing.
If you’re selling a package you’ll force yourself to have systems and processes in place.
And even though setting this up may not sound all that appealing, your future self will thank you for how organized your work is. Promise!
It’ll turn your business into a well-oiled machine, and make you way more productive.
When you have your offers streamlined, the deliverables are clear and the expectations are set.
There’s very little room for misunderstanding and scope creep.
You won’t need to meticulously track your time, and spend time adjusting invoices.
It really simplifies the billing process and reduces questions from the client.
You’re no longer a generalist who charges by the hour. You offer tailored services that give your clients the solutions they need.
They don’t need to figure out what the solution is, you are telling them. Doesn’t that sound much more appealing?
Simply put, only when you absolutely cannot put it into a package.
Some examples could be:
But overall this should be the exception, not the rule, so you can protect your income and avoid the anxiety of not knowing what to expect.
Now, to the offers.
I divided this into three categories, so you can choose the one that fits your strengths or you can tweak it to work for you.
First up, something that’s super valuable to clients.
As business owners, chances are they don’t have time to be consistent on social media.
So you can create a package that’ll give them a year’s worth of content for $777.
Social media is a beast, so be clear on the scope and what it is that you’re offering.
Here are two packages examples:
You can create customized templates for them on Canva and use the bulk create tool to make your life easier.
If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, you can find a FREE Tech Skill + Money Maker training on this page here (just click on the button at the top banner).
Next, let’s talk about SEO services. One of the most in-demand skills out there, there’s something for everyone in the SEO industry.
Yes, it can be something super niche and that you decide to specialize in. But it can also be something more beginner-friendly and that will still drive great results to your clients.
Here are two examples:
Lastly, something that’s great for you if you’re more involved with the tech side of business and LOVE data.
And something that was really in demand this year.
For $777, you can offer:
So, if you already have those skills - awesome! I hope these offer examples help you create packages that work for you!
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