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Selling Time Based

When you offer products for sale, mostly automatic, you can set the asking price higher if your product quality is higher. If your product quality is 100 and you ask for price at 100 (100% of the base price of the product), you will not be expensive on the market but also not very competitive. If you quality is 150 and you ask for 135, that is 10% under your quality and appears on the market as a low price. If your quality is 200 and you ask for 300, that is very high. It will appear on the market as 50% above your quality and might not be sold at all. We recommend that you ask for a price that is equal to you quality or several percent lower to ensure quick sale.

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Selling Time Based When you offer products for sale, mostly automatic, you can set the asking price higher if your product quality is higher. If your product quality is 100 and you ask for price at 100 (100% of the base price of the product), you will not be expensive on the market but also not very competitive. If you quality is 150 and you ask for 135, that is 10% under your quality and appears on the market as a low price. If your quality is 200 and you ask for 300, that is very high. It will appear on the market as 50% above your quality and might not be sold at all. We recommend that you ask for a price that is equal to you quality or several percent lower to ensure quick sale.