How do you ask a price question?
10 Questions to Ask When Pricing Your Product
- What is the customer willing to pay for my product?
- What kind of customer do I want to target?
- How should I react to my competitor’s prices?
- Can I offer different levels of products or services at different price points?
- How can I adjust my prices?
What is a funnel question?
Funnel Questions This technique involves starting with general questions, and then drilling down to a more specific point in each. Usually, this will involve asking for more and more detail at each level. It’s often used by detectives taking a statement from a witness: “How many people were involved in the fight?”
What questions do customers ask?
The 10 Most Important Customer Feedback Questions
- How did you hear about us?
- Were your expectations met, unmet, or exceeded?
- Did our employees or customer service staff help you?
- What, if any, products, services, or features are we missing?
- What did you enjoy most about your experience?
How do you ask willingness to pay questions?
Willingness-to-pay: Open-ended After presenting your product/service concept, ask respondents how much they’d be willing to pay for the concept, and leave it open-ended so they can type in whatever answer they want. How much would you be willing to pay for [this product/service]?
Why do customers ask personal questions?
Sometimes people ask questions because they’re genuinely curious and want to understand something. If the person’s just genuinely curious, I smile and say something like, “Oh, you know, it’s a bit private,” or maybe wink and say, “that would be telling!” (depending on the context and the person).
What is a probing question?
PROBING (or POWERFUL, OPEN) QUESTIONS are intended to help the presenter think more deeply about the issue at hand. If a probing question doesn’t have that effect, it is either a clarifying question or a recommendation with an upward inflection at the end.