I noticed that I am willing to fork over more money on smaller, cheaper and everyday items. I seem to fret over every nickle and dime on the more expensive items.
As an example,
I will grab a soda or bottle of water at a gas station and pay $2.50 +. I am not upset about the price, I do not try to negotiate or do I give the cashier a hard time about it. I pay, I leave.
I pay out ridiculous amount of money at the movies for popcorn and soda. I don’t hear or see anyone, in line, grumbling at paying up to $20 or more.
On the other hand, I find myself shopping for a few hours on Amazon because I didn’t want to pay too much for a laptop.
- So, $13 small popcorn and soda without a thought.
- Fretting over if I should pay $549 or $579, better yet spurge and get the $599 on a laptop. I mean, geez, it’s only $30 to $50 bucks more.
I thought about how this relates to buyers mentality on Fiverr. So, to make this long story a wee bit shorter, my question is this:
** Do you find that the buyers are more willing to pay, non negotiate, on your cheaper gigs?
** Do more buyers try to get you to lower your prices for your more expensive gigs?
I find myself shrugging off bad deliveries, on cheaper orders, as “cost of doing business” and move on.
On the other hand, when I get a bad delivery on a gig that I paid good money for, boy do I get mad.