Customer Check ListWell we have determined that we are moving forward with Mrs. Pixel joining 360 Virtuals
As we are getting very close to starting our venture, I would like to ask what you guys think of this idea.
I am thinking of creating a .pdf file that will be printed off so that Mrs. Pixel can take it along for the customer. Once the sale has been establish Mrs. Pixel presents this form to the customer to fill out and bring to the shoot.
On the form will be things such as....
Check those that apply
1. Full 360 rotation
2. Add ceiling in rotation
3. Add floor in rotation
1. Mirror Ball
2. Personalized Tri-Pod cap
3. Match Flooring
etc. you get the idea. 360 rotation will cost more than the others.
Mrs. Pixel and I have been researching prices and what to charge. I know this topic has been beat to death here but the range is as wide as the Pacific ocean. We have seen pano starting at $49.00 going up to $50,000.00. Our ideal market price would be that of
however, my skills are lacking a bit from what they are producing. Over the course of the past few years, I have been shooting panos that cover the 360 degree rotation for $50.00 per scene. On average I would say that I left the homes shooting around 6-8 panos. Thus profiting me $300.00 - $400.00.
Now that Mrs. Pixel is on board I will need to cover the cost of her salary while also maintaining income to update equipment.
With all that said we have decided to set our prices at $125.00 per scene. This scene will not show the ceiling or floor. If the customer wishes to add a full rotation it will cost $25.00 to include the ceiling and depending on what type of tri-pod cap they choose will add more as well.
We do not have a lot of competition in the area. We do want to price ourselves to get business but do not want to price ourselves out of business either.
We are not asking that you share with us what you charge, we are simply asking for your guidance on whether this is a fair price or do you think we could charge more.
Do you like the idea of printing off a check list for the customer to fill out?
Thanks a bunch guys,
Pixel & Mrs. Pixel