Remember that benefits can be intangible as well as tangible; for instance, if you're selling a cleaning product, your customers will benefit by having a cleaner house, but they may also benefit by enjoying better health.Brainstorm as many benefits as possible to begin with, and then choose to emphasize the benefits that your targeted customers will most appreciate in your marketing plan.
The most common question small business people have about the pricing strategy section of the marketing plan is, "How do you know what price to charge?
Describe the physical attributes of your product or service, and any other relevant features, such as what it does, or how your product or service differs from competitive products or services.
How will your product or service benefit the customer?
What is it that sets your product or service apart from all the rest?
In other words, what is your Unique Selling Proposition, the message you want your customers to receive about your product or service that is the heart of your marketing?