Customers are not always drawn to the lowest price

09/12/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Customers aren't always looking for the lowest price and might be eager to spend more under a number of circumstances, writes Geoffrey James. Quick delivery and streamlined purchasing are two advantages that may merit a higher price, and consumers also tend to be willing to shell out more if superior service or attractive features are available.

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