#413: I Could be Talked Out of This

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Today Charles talks about his plan to change his pricing tiers for RelaNet. We talk about RelaNet’s current pricing tiers, the problems he’s found with this current pricing, the changes he has in mind, and how to best present information about these new pricing tiers.

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Show Notes and Links

  • Old Pricing Table – This is the pricing plan and pricing table that RelaNet is moving away from
  • New Pricing Table – This is the new pricing plan and pricing table discussed in this episode
  • Final Pricing Table – After recording, Charles revised his pricing table again. This is the pricing table that was actually published.

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