Did you know there’s a formula for optimizing your pricing plan and table?
The formula is rooted in consumer and marketing psychology. And it’s been verified through research studies, and lab experiments, and A/B tests.
Yet, this formula has never before been stated.
That is, until now.
Through in-depth research, a bit of mind boggling bending, and hours of toil, this formula has now coalesced into three easy, actionable steps.
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