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How do YOU feel about "POSTER SPECIALS" ?

Discussion in 'The Voting Booth' started by Mike Labbe, Sep 17, 2009.

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  1. Mike Labbe

    Mike Labbe Member, Former moderator team volunteer

    How much do you charge for your 24x36 "poster special"?
    24x36 metal or wood, nonprotective/regular/clear glass, mounting or dm, backing, fitting, hanger
    Price is before add-ons such as uv glazing, mats, etc
    :thumbsup:

    Anonymous Monthly Survey & Discussion for September 2009

    CLICK HERE TO PARTICIPATE

    How does this work for you?
    Do you promote your poster special or use it strictly as a "sale saver"?
    Does it gain or lose potential sales?
    Discussion always welcomed


    RESULTS from previous TFG surveys: LINK TO RESULTS


    This poll idea was brought to us by Kirstie of The Framer's Workshop

    Grumble surveys are purely for fun, and to stimulate healthy/friendly discussion. Since the results only represent a relatively small group of participants, use them with caution
     
  2. Mike Labbe

    Mike Labbe Member, Former moderator team volunteer

    Survey results

    How Much Do You Charge For Your 24x36 "Poster Special"? (121 participants)
    (w/metal or wood, reg glass, dm/backing, fitting, hanger. price before upgrades)

    52% of shops surveyed offer some sort of "poster special"

    11% $45.00-$54.99
    11% $55.00-$64.99
    27% $65.00-$74.99
    17% $75.00-$84.99 <----
    10% $85.00-$94.99
    11% $95.00-$104.99
    03% $105.00-$114.99
    05% $115.00-$124.99
    02% $125.00-$134.99
    03% $135.00-$149.99

    Average from survey is approximately $80.47
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    Although the survey is over, discussion continues at http://www.thegrumble.com/showthread.php?t=42095
     
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