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Implement more flexible regular pricing
[ ▌= PARAGRAPH ] To generally improve the efficiency in terms of sales, I propose the implementation of a more flexible regular pricing. Impact is on price tag as a relatively long-term constant, not on temporary, brief price reductions at the time of discount(s). ▌ At this time, majority of the games on Good Old Games site is available either at 5,99 USD, or at 9,99 USD; exceptions with higher price tags are excluded. ▌ It would be a very valid point to claim that price-wise, invested assets, expected profits and actual value ratios are not as two-dimensional and therefore they do not reflect well in the current prices. ▌ If one wants to be competitive in a crowded market, it is crucial to acknowledge that unyielding, monotonous prices; as in this case; commonly diverge from customer expectations and that flexibility is a must because of the many variables that condition the success. To extent, ability to predict and intuition are just as relevant. ▌ In my opinion, ideal price range would be N,29; N,49; N,79 and N,99, where N can represent any value between 0 and - for the sake of being theoretically correct - infinite. ▌▌ I wanted to keep my proposition brief for good readability, however I am willing to expand it and offer actual examples if it would be necessary. ▌ I would thank to everybody who will take time and
read this proposition, to everybody who will support it and to the site staff if they will consider it.