Pricing - Ritvvij Parrikh Pricing | Ritvvij Parrikh Humane ClubMade in Humane Club


Pricing isn’t a static decision. You should continuously keep evolving it based on changing marketing conditions.

  • What is the value addition you are doing in your customer’s life?
  • A strong Owned Identity adds to your ability to charge a premium.



Target Revenue Divided By the Number of Expected Customers: This is a straight-forward goal setting method. Say if you want to earn $100,000 per month, then

  • $100,000 monthly recurring revenue = $10 per month x 10000 customers
  • $100,000 monthly recurring revenue = $100 per month x 1000 customers
  • $100,000 monthly recurring revenue = $1000 per month x 100 customers
  • $100,000 monthly recurring revenue = $10000 per month x 10 customers


  • Cost Plus Pricing: All products have fixed costs and variables costs as per Unit Economics. In this method, you select the price by adding a profit margin on top of your costs. This is the easiest method but in this situation you might be leaving money on the table.
  • Value-Based Pricing: If you possess a deep understanding of the value (time saved, cost saved, additional revenue) your customers gain from your product, then you can justify charging a significantly higher price. However, this is fairly complicated to measure.

Set your Pricing Tier.

Think through Discounts and Promotions.


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