Originally Posted by Bunyfuny
That is the worst advice IMO. If she lowers prices then her competition will lower prices and then the soon-to-be bowmakers will undercut that price even more. Be confident in your products. There are a ton of people who sell bows and there are plenty of sales to be had if you have great quality, style and customer service. Yes there are some people who will flock to cheap things, but once they are used to cheap they sure don't like those prices going up.
Sorry, but I have to agree. Set your items apart by focusing on stunning and clear pictures, selection, and service. I have seen items made with identical materials, that in person probably look the exact same. However, how they are presented (photographs, modeling etc) is what helps one to sell over the other, often even for a higher price.