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Old May 30th, 2005, 08:29 PM   #1
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I have been putting some thought into adding the Video Scrapbook to my list of services. I have done some cost comparison and I have seen it offered as cheap as $100 and as expensive as $500. (WSYWIG)

My question is, is it worth the time and marketing effort. Now if I go ahead I will but some money behind it to properly market to my area. I plan on doing a higher end product and marketing to a high end client.

(RANT AHEAD) By the way, I can't stand start-ups that under cut the pricing structure. I know it is buyer beware, but I can't tell you how many times I have to defend my pricing because AAA video would do it for half the cost. I always say, Price should never be the main driver of your business, quality and creativity should be.
(Rant Over)

Has anyone had some consistent business with this service and how many could someone do in a year or month?

Input is appreciated!
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