r ranson wrote:What you say about selling more at a lower price makes sense. It corresponds to everything I've read... and yet, I wonder. Quality and perceived quality have more influence on my sales than lower prices.
When I sell yarn, I started at a low price. It didn't sell. I was told to increase my price. At a higher price, I sell a lot more yarn than I did at a lower price. This makes sense since as a customer, I often avoid lower priced artisanal goods because the perception is lower price = lower quality.
Su Ba wrote:
Ive seen this work in young puppies and bring a lifelong cure. The older the pup or dog, the longer it takes to effect. Just as with people, fecal transplanting in older dogs often needs to be repeated twice a year or so.
Don't know if your sister would be willing to try this old time remedy, but it surely wouldn't hurt.