If you’ve been in the design business for a while, you’ve likely heard this from potential clients before, “you’re too expensive!” or something to that effect, anyhow.
So what do you do?
You’ve got a few options! Here are some handy-dandy email scripts I’ve created that you can copy+paste, and tweak to send to those potential clients!
What to say when a potential client thinks you’re too expensive
Option One – Educate Her on Why You’re Awesome
I realize that this is a large investment, but I can assure you that I am delivering top-notch service that you won’t receive with a low-cost alternative. I have ____ years of experience and do more than just ____. Included in my services is ____, ____, and ____. I work with you to really make sure that you’re receiving a design that works for you and your brand. By hiring me you’re sure to see results like ____, and ____!
If you’re not ready to invest in your brand, I understand. Please keep me in mind for the future!
Option Two – Ditch Her, She’ll Haggle the Entire Project Anyhow
I realize that this is a large investment and it sounds like you’re hesitant to invest that much at this time. If in the future you are ready to take your ____ to the next level, please feel free to get in touch!
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