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THE HERALD • FEBRUARY 18, 2015 • PAGE 11
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YARD
SALES
THUR., FRI. & SAT.
Feb. 19, 20 & 21
9:00am-? Clothes, tools, guns,
sporting goods, much more.
124 E. Val Verde, Wmsbg.
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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
FSBO
6 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
1410 Copper St., TorC.
Large fenced yard
2 Bdrm/1 Full Bath
Very clean-(575)740-3241
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TRAVEL TRAILERS
FOR SALE
2007 MC KENZIE
STARWOOD LX 32’ TRAVEL
TRAILER
Very Clean/Two Slide Outs
Call Bill or Mario at
(575)894-6611
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE
1988 CHEVY LB-350
W/Camper. Runs Good
Asking $1000/OBO
(575)520-4298
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
Jeanette Stevenson 740-0339
1996 F-250
2-wheel drive, 94,000 miles.
$3800 neg. (575)740-6127.
FIREARMS
FOR SALE
410 SHOTGUN &
22 MAG RIFLE
(575)894-0111
(575) 744–4960 • Fax: 744–4999
509 Hwy 195, • P. O. Box 1083 • Elephant Butte, NM 87935
Gretchen Campbell • Owner/Qualifying Broker • 740.1487
Rachel Woodard • Associate Broker • 740.0012
Frank Wagner • Broker Associate • 505.720.5774
Cheryl Shipley • Associate Broker • 509.768.1820
For More Properties and Details, Please Visit Our Website:
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512 Van Patten: 3 Bedroom 2 Bath in the Historic Hot Water District. Hot
Mineral well,# HS 01036. 1982 Manufactured home, assessed as permanent.
Spacious 3 bedroom, with carport and detached 24 x 29 garage. Enjoy quiet
soaks in your private covered spa. Fully fenced yard. Lots of Storage. Close to
downtown and shopping. $85,000. MLS# 20131541.
13 Vista del Fuego: 4 bedroom 2 full baths 1 � bath and � bath. This
outstanding home features 2 fireplaces, granite counters ,Spacious master
suite, large walk in closets, soaking tub and shower, all with lake views.
Outdoor kitchen, and 180 degree lake views from the wrap around covered
patio, stamped cement flooring, enhances your out door living. Oversized 3
car garage, A truly outstanding home. $495,000. MLS#20145671.
REALTOR
EMPLOYMENT
FTS TOURS, LLC
In anticipation of the downtown TorC Spaceport America Visitors Center is hiring
for the following crew members: Retail Clerk, Ticketing
Agent, CDL Drivers and Tour
Guides. All positions require
a passion for a positive
guest experience. Compensation is dependent on experience. Please email us
with a letter of interest and a
resume to:
[email protected]
THE SOUTH CENTRAL
COUNCIL OF
GOVERNMENTS IS
ACCEPTING RESUMES
FOR THE POSITION OF
GRANT ADMINISTRATOR
The position is full-time, requires
some
travel
(occasionally
overnight
travel), and will be located in
Socorro, NM. Salary is dependent on qualifications.
For job description and
questions please contact Jay
Armijo, Executive Director
SCCOG, at (575)744-4857
or by email:
[email protected]
Resumes must be received
no later than 5:00pm, February 25th.
LEGAL
ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
FILOSA LAW FIRM
A 31 year-old law firm in
Truth or Consequences is
seeking a Legal Assistant/
Secretary. Successful applicant must possess good
computer skills particularly in
word processing, which is a
major part of the job, and
must be willing to work as a
team member in this busy
law firm. Additional qualities
required are ability to be
pleasant with public, have
good grammar and writing
skills, willingness to learn,
and ability to produce quality
work in an efficient manner.
Prior legal experience helpful, but not necessary.
Salary dependent on experience. 401K benefits fully
funded by employer. Please
transmit letter on interest
and resume by email only:
[email protected] No
other contact please. All inquiries will remain strictly
confidential.
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(575) 894.2143
138 Alamosa Village: Beautiful Horse property. 3 Bedroom 2 bath Oak Creek
Manufactured home on 10 acres. Home offers open living area large master
suite with walk in closet, master bath offers double sinks garden tub and walk
in shower. Horse barn, 2 car carport, work shop and office or bunk house.
Beautiful mountain views. Plenty of room to ride. Enjoy the quiet seclusion.
$135,000. MLS#20125449.
All residential real estate for
sale or rent advertised
herein is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act
and the State of
New
Mexico's Human Rights Act.
The Fair Housing Act
makes it illegal to advertise
"any preference, limitation
discrimination because of
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status, or
national origin, or intention
to
make
any
such
preference limitation or
discrimination." In addition
to the protections noted
above, the State of New
Mexico's Human Rights Act
prohibits
discrimination
based on physical or mental
handicap. We will not
knowingly accept any
advertising for residential
real estate that appears to
or violates federal and/or
state law.
FULL TIME SECRETARY/
RECEPTIONIST
With bookkeeping and payroll experience wanted for office in Truth or Consequences. Must be able to prioritize multiple tasks and
work independently in sometimes very busy office environment. Bilingual a plus but
not required. Email resume
to: [email protected] No
phone calls, please.
HISTORIC SIGHT RANGER
El Camino Real Historic Site
is looking for an energetic
and enthusiastic person who
will help provide on-site services including: visitor orientation, historic interpretation
maintenance, and security.
Applications will be accepted
until 2/20/15.
To apply for this position
(DCA#71270):
www.spo.state.nm.us/
State Employment.aspx
For more information contact: Chris Hanson, Site
Manager, Phone: (575)8543600 or Email:
[email protected]
HELP-NEW MEXICO
Is seeking a Job Developer/
Employment
Community
Specialist in TorC. Duties:
Work with youth and adult
dislocated workers; assist in
the education, employment
and training of eligible participants; coordinate and implement training, job placement; arrange for services
within the area. Requirements: High School Diploma
or Equivalency, Associates
Degree desirable. Minimum
of 1 year work experience in
employment and training
programs, outreach, job development and placement.
Enjoy and work well with
youth, adults, and employers. Must possess a valid
NM driver’s license, have reliable transportation and at
least age 21 for insurance
purposes. Email a letter of
interest and resume to
[email protected] or fax
to 505-265-3433. We are an
EOE and a Drug Free workplace. www.helpnm.com
MISC.
FOR SALE
5-PIECE LEATHER
SECTIONAL COUCH
W/4 recliners, tan in color,
3 years old. $1200.
(505)350-3437.
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EMPLOYMENT
First Savings Bank has an opening for a full-time Teller to work at
our Truth or Consequences location. Applicants must be customer
service oriented, with attention to detail, as accuracy in the daily
work is a must. The successful applicant must be team oriented and
like working in a repetitive work environment, and be very
dependable. Prior teller experience preferred.
This position will give you an opportunity to join a progressive,
growing banking organization that offers a competitive salary and a
competitive benefits package including paid holidays, vacation,
medical, dental and vision insurance, cafeteria plan and 401(K) plan.
Successful applicants must pass pre-employment screening including
credit history and criminal record check. Please submit resume by email to [email protected] or mail or fax to:
First Savings Bank
Attn: Michelle Romero
915 N Date St
T or C, NM 87901
Fax: (575)894-9020
Equal Opportunity Employer
start your application today!
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eign sports car/ convertible
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my home. Daily or weekly.
Call Pat Freemyer
(575)894-2859 or
(575)740-3098
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will provide you with savings of
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DONE*RITE
REPAIRS
Repairs of ALL types.
What do you want working
again? I can fix just about
anything!
Chris (575)740-5802
FOR ALL YOUR
CARPET NEEDS
Call Amin’s Home Furnishings,
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Only $19.99 per month - Free
(575)894-6310
premium channels HBO, Starz,
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HEALTH CARE NAVY RE- Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-reSERVE. Serve part-time. Elite lieving brace -little or NO cost
training. Great pay & benefits. to you. Medicare Patients Call
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Sign-on bonus up to $20K. $ Health Hotline Now! 1- 800WANTED
for education. Call Mon-Fri 918-6159
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Safe Step Walk-In Tub Alert for WELCOME ALL CRAFTERS
Seniors. Bathroom falls can be Spaces are still available for
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Levies, Liens and Wage GarDriver Opportunities:
AUCTIONS
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ITY BENEFITS. Unable to more details.
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Old
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TheHeraldNM
Contact Bill Gordon & Asso- WANTED;
ciates at 1-800-591-5109 to 190SL, or other pre-1972 for- 5568 And Growing!
"Everything We Touch, Turns To SOLD"
235 W. 7th St: Beautiful well maintained Du-Plex. 1 bedroom 1 bath with open
living area spacious kitchen with large pantry. 1 or 2 bedroom 1/1/2 bath with
large pantry and walk in closet. Properties are metered separately for electric
and gas, each unit has separate fenced yard. New carpet and new metal roof,
freshly painted and ready to rent. $79,900. MLS# 20140558.
76 Armendaris: Tri Level Home on 1.8 acres in Champagne Hills. Out
standing Lake and Mountain views. Gourmet Kitchen, new granite counter
tops, and stainless steel appliances. Enjoy the double sided fireplace in the
living room and kitchen. The living room offers a wet bar, and beautiful views
of the lake. Spacious Master bedroom, with lake views master bath offers
jetted tub, copper sinks, and separate shower. $298,000. MLS#20143384.
402
Broadway,
TorC:
Prime
Commercial
building
features
updated plumbing, electrical, AC,
flooring & kitchen. Great location for
offices, artist studios, healing arts or
retail. Walking distance to spas,
bathhouses, restaurants, galleries.
Reduced! $194,500
405 Cedar, TorC: This elegant home
has been totally redone. New roof,
exterior stucco & paint, floors,
windows & sills, electric, bathroom,
lots of beautiful kitchen upgrades.
Fenced backyard w/patio & 20 x 24
greenhouse. Basement & garage.
Reduced! $124,900
618 Marr, TorC: Sun or Shade RV Park is well established with 19 spaces, some in
covered bay, plus 2 Manufactured Homes, washer/dryer and bath/shower areas + a
capped domestic hot mineral water well! Near spas, bathhouses, shopping. Purchase
a successful business for only $183,500.
100 Alamosa Village, EB: Welcoming Log Home has open concept design and
plenty of privacy on 5 acres. The kitchen is elevated and overlooks the living and
dining area. A spiral staircase leads to a loft bedroom with 1/2 bath. Basement has
ample storage and a freezer. Great views & tranquility for $99,500.
1414 Aluminum, TorC: 1930's 2 bed - 3/4 bath has many new/remodeled features
including refrigerator, washer & dryer, hot water heater, metal roof, double paned
windows and bathroom. Great yard. Owner says sell; WOW, not a misprint, just
$29,900!
New Listing: $149, 900! Cute! Cute! Cute 3 bdrm 1 3/4 bath Doll
House in Elephant Butte! Great room concept open to dining, and
from dining to country kitchen with ceramic tile, overlooking grassed
backyard! Huge utility room! Contemporary design with that
southwest feeling! Walk to Sierra Del Rio Golf Course, "hop and
skip" to lake! Take a look! MLS 20150592 Call Earl 505.350.1155
twitter cegreer
Come see this Gem in Truth or Consequences!! 2 bedroom, 2
bath, ADA compliant, 2 city lots, propanel roof, pellet stove, just
waiting for you! 1107B Myrtle Ave. Asking $52,000.00 Call Cindy
Cherry 740-5920. MLS #20140337.
WOW! 3 bdrm 2 bath home! Located in popular NW quadrant,
boasts great room concept, family dining area, 1 car finished
garage, ceiling fans in Great Room & 2 bdrms; block veneer
adds the exquisite touch! Close to schools, shopping, golf
course and hospital! Priced to sell!! $79,900! Take a look! MLS
#20145220. Call Earl (505) 350-1155 twitter cegreer
$89,900! Clean 3 bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home with
open floor plan; kitchen with all appliances - washer/dryer
included! Separate tub, shower in master bedroom, great
walk-in closet! Includes detached carport with small storage
area. Low maintenance lot - plenty of room for lake toys! MLS
#20150091. Call Cindy T. 575-740-0010.
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IMPRESSIVE BRICK RANCH PLUS GUEST HOUSE:
Split BR floor plan adds to the appeal of this 3BR, 13/4BA at 809 Sierra Vista. Main home w/over 1570 sq.ft.
Guest House w/over 600 sq.ft. "OPEN" tiled LR/formal
DR. Cabinet filled KIT. w/all appliances inc. microwave &
breakfast bar/serving counter. Tiled SUNROOM. Utility
w/washer & dryer. Att. 2 car garage. GUEST HOUSE
features LR/BR/KIT. comb., large 3/4 BA & walk-in closet.
Separate finished workshop/storage rm.. Covered patio,
SW carefree yard, storage bldg., courtyard & gated boat
storage w/outdoor sink. RV parking and hook-up.
Priced at $225,000 and waiting for you to call ANDREA
for your private viewing of #2480.
#2483 ~ 807 Spruce St. ~ $124,900.00
2 BR / 1–3/4 BA • Call Andrea 575.740.7196
#2436~ 103 Goff Circle ~ $129, 500.00
3 BR / 2 BA. • Call Andrea 575.740.7196
#5247 ~ 263 Animas ~ $58,000.00
5.735 Ac. • Call Andrea 575.740.7196
#2477 ~ 27 Underwood ~ $240,000.00
2800 Sq. Ft. • Call Andrea 575.740.7196
AVAILABLE
RENTALS
PUBLIC
NOTICE
DECI$ION$, DECI$ION$.
Advertising in the Chaparral
Guide (Low Rates, Monthlong Shelf Life) or some radio station (Throwing away
good money into the air).
Ads that last a month vs.
“gone in 60-seconds”. Some
things just make cents.
FOR
RENT
PALMS APARTMENTS
Newly renovated Apts.
Studio, 1 Bdrm, & 2 Bdrm,
utilities included, you pay
gas. Starting at $350.
(575)740-5925
***STILL AVAILABLE***
IMMACULATE
1/BDRM HOME
1 month vacation stays or
long term month to month
rental. Furnished including
basic kitchen utensils.
$585/mo. + $500/deposit.
Includes all utilities &
satellite TV. Williamsburg.
(575)740-1572
FOR RENT TRAILER
SPACE
Turtleback Mobile Home
Park at 1751 Caballo Rd,
Space #3, TorC. $150/mo.
(575)894-2740
T OR C HOUSE
Furnished, dishes/towels
Westside, close to downtown
Carport. $500/mo. Tenant
pays utilities
Call Nadine (602) 212-1771
or (510)-292-3688
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Call Frank 575.297.4073
Cell: 505.720.5774
ASK US ABOUT OUR
MOVE IN SPECIALS
707 Myrtle: 1BD/1BA. $400 includes
utilities.
805 Palo Verde: 3BD/2BA. $900 plus
utilities.
408 Juniper: 2BD/1BA. $475 plus
utilities.
5 Perch Monticello RV Park: 3
BD/2BA. $600 plus utilities.
814 Riverside: 4BD/3BA. $1,000
plus utilities.
415 Birch: 2BD/1BA. $400 plus
utilities.
814 Poplar: 2BD/1.5BA. $500 plus
utilities.
904 Date Commercial Building:
Prime location. $650.00 plus utilities.
DOCTORS OFFICE
500 Hwy 195
Elephant Butte, NM 87935
Floor Space 1000 sq. ft.
* Doctors private office
* 3 Exam rooms
* Reception area
* Separate office for Recep
tionist
* Lots of Parking spaces
$1000/mo. with one year
lease
(575)744-5085
SPECIAL PLACE FOR
SPECIAL TENANT-FOR
RENT
3 Bdrm/2 Bath Mobile Home
located on Hillsboro Hwy.
Beautiful view of the Caballo
Lake & Mountains. Immediately available. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS. $500/mo, +
$500/security. FIRM!
Background check &
references required.
(575)894-9511
COMMERCIAL
PRINTERS
• Letterheads
• Flyers
• Layout / Design
• Business Cards
• Pamphlets
• Booklets
• Envelopes
• Business Forms
• Newsletters
RESIDENTIAL
301 Stagecoach, EB - Very nice 3
bedroom, 2 bath home. Great view of
Turtleback Mountain. Spacious with 2
car garage. Clean and neat.
913 Poplar - Large, nice brick, 3
bedroom, 2 bath home with large
back yard fence, double-car garage
in very nice neighborhood.
All Residential Rentals
Are HUD Approved
CALL FOR MORE INFO.
William & Mercy Howell
894.6611
Mario Maez
894.6611 or 744.4862
Cell: 505.450.5467
RIO GRANDE
APTS.
Williamsburg, NM
Close to Park
Newly Remodeled
Furnished Kitchenettes/Apts.
1 Bedroom Apt. +
Livingroom • Full size
Fridge and stove $549/Mo.
Studio Apt. $400/Mo.
$75 Cleaning Deposit
Free WiFi, Direct TV & HBO,
ALL NON-SMOKING
All Utilities Included
fundable security deposit.
Smoking outside only, no pets.
Rent includes all utilities,
ASK FOR DAN
cable TV, and one-day use
Small Pet Friendly
weekly of on-site laundry room.
Quiet people wanted. Date
APARTMENTS FOR RENT
IN HOT SPRINGS DISTRICT: Street Apartments, 801 Date,
TorC. Shown by appointment
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath and 2
Studios. 506 S. Pershing, only. Call (575)740-6632.
Apartments 1, 2 & 3. Utilities included, washer on site. Freshly
painted. 1 Bedroom available
now. For more information
WANTED: STUDENT(S)
please call:
SCIENCE, MATH, ART
(575)894-7076
Assistant Research
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Exchange:
HISTORIC ADOBE HOME
* Tutoring
FOR RENT IN CUCHILLO
* Pre-Requisites College
Large home, recently
remodeled. Artist studio space * Mind Development
also available. $850/mo.Please * Maximum Benefits Internet
E-mail:
call (575)743-0066
[email protected]
for more info.
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Glenwood Pond: Fishing
was good using Power Bait
and salmon eggs for trout.
Alumni Pond: Fishing was
very good using salmon eggs,
homemade dough baits and
Power Bait for trout. We had
no reports on other species.
Young Pond: Trout fishing
was very good using Power
Bait, corn, salmon eggs and
cheese. We had no reports on
other species.
Gila River: Water flow on
the Gila as of Monday was
416 cfs. We had no reports
from anglers this week.
Bill Evans Lake: We had
no reports from anglers this
week.
Lake Roberts: We had no
reports from anglers this
week.
Percha Dam: We had no
reports from anglers this
week.
CATCHES OF
THE WEEK
Bluewater Lake: On Feb.
9, Leslie Ann Benefield of
Albuquerque caught and
released a 33-inch tiger
musky. She was using a white
Dynamic minnow lure.
Ned Houk Ponds: On Feb.
9, Ryan Curry of Clovis
caught a 16.75-inch white
bass. He was using a silver
Kastmaster.
San Juan River: On
Feb. 8, Kylie Clemens of
Albuquerque caught and
released a 25-inch rainbow
trout. She was fishing the
Texas Hole and using a size
24 midge pattern.
If you have a catch of
the week story or just
want to tell us about your
latest New Mexico fishing
experience, send it to us at
[email protected]
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This fishing report, provided
by Bill Dunn and the
Department of Game & Fish,
has been generated from the
best information available
from area officers and anglers.
Conditions encountered after
the report is compiled may
differ, as stream, lake and
weather conditions alter fish
and angler activities.
Elephant
Butte
Lake:
Fishing was slow, but there
were a few largemouth bass
and white bass caught by
anglers using crank baits
and slab spoons. We had no
reports on other species.
Rio Grande: Stream flow
below Elephant Butte on
Monday morning was .70
cfs. We had no reports from
anglers this week.
Caballo
Lake:
Fishing
was fair using minnows for
walleye at the north end of
the lake. We had no reports
on other species. Fishing
pressure was light.
Quemado Lake: As of
this past week, the lake is
completely free of ice and
fishing was good using Power
Bait and salmon eggs for trout
up to 18 inches. We had no
reports on tiger musky.
Snow Lake: We had no
reports from anglers this
week.
Bear Canyon: Fishing was
good using chartreuse and
orange Power Bait, salmon
eggs and homemade dough
bait for trout.
Escondida Lake: Fishing
was good using homemade
dough bait, corn and salmon
egg combinations, Power Bait
and Pistol Petes for trout.
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When it comes to finding
the right price for your
product or service, there is no
formula and no single correct
answer. Even within the same
industry, what works for one
company won’t necessarily
work for the next. Today, a
Google search for the term
“pricing products” returns
297 million results, almost
double the results of a search
for the phrase, “writing a
business plan” – a business
process that does have a
formula, and which can be
learned.
Pricing products correctly
is by comparison, an art. It
requires an awareness of the
market as it currently exits,
the vision and ability to see
a market as it could or will
exist, and the logic to decide
on a figure that will cover
costs, send a message and
maximize sales.
YOUR STARTING
PRICE DEFINES YOU
In 1986, Pixar Animation
Studios was a very different
company than the one we
know today. It was a hardware
company whose main focus
was on selling the Pixar
Image Computer. In these
early days, the partners of the
company –Steve Jobs, Alvy
Ray Smith, John Lasseter
and Ed Catmull– struggled
with figuring out how to run
the type of business they had
just started. For Ed, an early
concern was figuring out
how much to charge for their
machine:
“I was told by the presidents
of Sun and Silicon Graphics
to start with a high number.
If you start high, they said,
you can always reduce the
price; if you lowball it and
then need to raise the price
later, you will only upset your
customers. So based on the
profit margins we wanted, we
decided on a price of $122,000
per unit. Big mistake. The
Pixar
Image
Computer
quickly gained a reputation
for being powerful, but too
expensive. When we lowered
the price later, we discovered
that our reputation for being
overpriced was all anyone
remembered. Regardless of
our attempts to correct it, the
first impression stuck,” – Ed
Catmull, Creativity Inc.
Ed Catmull acknowledges
that for a complex question
like pricing, there is no
simple answer. Rather, focus
on the bigger questions: How
will you meet your customers’
expectations? How will you
invest in further development
of the product? Finding
answers to questions that
keep the ‘bigger picture’ in
mind, should help you figure
out the most appropriate price
for your product.
YOUR PRICE POSITIONS
YOU IN THE MARKET
While Ed argues against
“start high” pricing advice,
Tim Berry, the Founder of
Palo Alto Software, believes
that pricing too low is the
real risk:
“There is no algorithm for
pricing. It’s mostly instinct.
Covering costs acts as a floor,
not a useful indicator. Pricing
is your strongest marketing
message and most startups
should price high, position
themselves as premium value
with premium price. Oh, and
one of the common fallacies
around is that startups are
supposed to price below the
competition. Wrong. Higher
is better, by far; and then
back that up with value.”
–Tim Berry, Founder of Palo
Alto Software.
Tim and Ed may disagree
on low versus high pricing,
but both recognize that there
is more to the question than
a “tried and tested process.”
According to Tim, you
set your pricing based on
your situation, the strategy
you are pursuing, costs to
produce, your competition,
the weather, your instinct
– basically, whatever is most
important to you at the time.
And while there is no formula
for the right price, there are
several mistakes you can
avoid making when you get
to this stage of planning:
Mistake 1: Thinking it’s
best to be the lowest price
provider
This approach may work
for businesses that sell
undifferentiated commodities,
but strategies that center
on being the “lowest price”
usually require a lot of initial
investment and a very largeSee AFFORD on Page 14
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Elephant
Butte Inn
Elephant Butte Lake
Fish Fund Meeting
Monday, February 23 • 6:00 PM
at the Elephant Butte Inn
New Mexico Game & Fish
will be making a presentation.
Everyone interested in supporting this initiative to
get our lake stocked, please join us!
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401 Hwy 195 ~ Elephant Butte, NM
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