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Get very clear about where you think your price should be in the marketplace and where your distribution should be. Do you want to be the least expensive in your competition? By having a price be a premium price it made people ask more questions. But keep a healthy margin because you can’t sustain your business if you don’t meet the bare minimum of a healthy margin.

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