Pricing Strategies

5 Ways To Taking Beautiful Pictures of Your Cakes So You Get More Sales

As a cake business owner, we do many things and handle a lot of tasks. If we are not baking or decorating, we are taking orders, delivering our cakes, marketing, designing, cleaning the kitchen, following up with customers, shopping for ingredients, keeping accounts and so on. Life as a cake artist is a full time job.

So I am sure the last thing you want to do is to start to take a picture. Most times we just want to finish the order and get on to the next one or just rest. So we may not even remember to take a good picture or we hurriedly take a picture on the messy table or in the cake box.

But you need to realise that your cakes are the heart of your business and so you need a beautiful cake pictures. So do not rush this important step. You need to take your time to take high quality pictures of your cakes so you can display them on your website or social media.

And you don’t need to have an expensive camera or employ a photographer to take your cake pictures.

All it takes is you knowing a few important keys to photographing your cakes.

 

Lighting Is Very Important

Natural light is always the best. Always take you r Photos under natural light near a window. Soft light from a window or an overhead light will give a beautiful effect on a cake.  If the weather is bad or you cannot use natural light (maybe because its late at night), you can use the filters on your smartphone to create a light effect for your cakes.

Later you can invest in a photo box which provides all the light you need to make your cakes look beautiful.

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Take Your Photo From All Angles

Make sure you photograph your cake from different angles. You can take overhead and side shots too. For overhead shots, stand on a chair and take the picture from above. For side shots, bend down to get the side shot angle. For cupcakes, you can take a shot from the side view.  This will make the cakes look as if they are fading into the distance.

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Remove All Distractions

When taking a picture, remove all clutter from the table. Your cake may look nice, but if there is a pile of dirty plates in the background that will just spoil your picture. Place your cake on a cake stand on a clean table. You can even invest on some wall paper and use this as a background.

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Play Around With Background Colour and Fabrics

Most cakes look nice against a clean white wall but if that is not possible. Play around with different colours and fabrics and see how different your cakes will look.

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Create A Brand For Your Pictures

When taking pictures of your cakes, think about your brand. Let your Photos be consistent and match your brand. This will create a professional look. It can be as simple as placing your logo at a certain angle on your picture. If you are using a background, you can make sure it’s in the same colours as your brand.

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So I hope I have given you great tips on how you can crate stunning pictures. To think about it, cakes are just like people. Before you take a picture, you make sure your makeup is on point, your clothes look nice and so on. Our cakes are an extension of us, so take time to make sure your cakes look as good as you.

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Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

5 Things To Stop Doing Now To Prevent Your Customers Going To Your Competitors

Whether you’re a big time cake seller or a small home based baker, you know how painful it is to have a customer leave you and go another baker or your competition.

It hurts. It makes you feel you are not good enough. You start questioning your abilities and wonder what the other baker has or is doing better than you.

Competition is not nice, especially when you’re the one losing. But that’s business life. When you are running a business, you’ve got to face the fact that you are going to face competition, somewhere down the line of your business journey.

So how do you deal with the competition?

There are plenty things you can do but the best approach, however, is to do all you can to keep your existing customers. Your customers are essential to your business because no customers= no business.

Luckily, there ways to prevent your customers from going to your competition or leaving you.

These tips you are going to learn will help to keep your customers loyal to our business so that you will have a customer for life.

 

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  1. Know your customer

Have a thorough knowledge of your customer. You should know your customer — even if it is just their email address and birthday.

You may ask why does it matter?

Having a thorough knowledge of your customers such as their demographic, occupation, age, gender, motivation, hobbies, will help you know how to attract a customer and serve them better.

If a customer decides to order a cake from somewhere else. You should try and find out why they left. You can send them a feedback form and structure your questions to find out what are their motivating factors for ordering a cake

Understanding your customer better will help you hold on to them.

 

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In this Mini Course, we are going to learn the following Lessons:

  • What is social media marketing;
  • Why you need to be on social media;
  • The different social media platforms;
  • What to post on social media;
  • what social media platforms to be on;
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  1. Know your competition

Know who are you dealing with. Do you know where your leaving customers are going?

The first thing you should do is to discover which of your competitors the customer prefers, and they prefers them. You can simple ask them or try doing some undercover work on the competition.

Find out what types of cakes they are selling, do they have a website, how much are their cakes, how are their designs, what additional services do they offer their customers.

A simple fact could be that the competition makes it simpler for people to order or their prices are cheaper. With this information you can now look at your business and see where you can make changes.

So do a little spying of your competition. You may be surprised at what you will find out.

 

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  1. Get your USP Right

What is your unique selling proposition or USP.

A USP is the reason why your baked  products are different from the rest. What makes your customers prefer you more than the other bakers.

Your USP is the reason why your customers decide to order from you and why they decide to remain with you.

Think about something in your business that makes it different from the rest. Your business is unique; it has its own personality. So think about what makes you distinct and special. Do you make awesome cupcakes or your cakes are fat free. Take a few moments and think on this.

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  1. Try Incentives to make your customers spend more.

One way to keep your customers is by upselling.

Here’s how it works.

A customer calls you to make an order. Great, but they only ordered 6 cupcakes, which is like 3k. Not much of a sale right?

Your next goal? Get them to spend more money.

You could tell them that if they spend a little bit more money they can get a dozen or more cupcakes and you will throw in free delivery.

Why? When a customer spends more money, they value the product more if they spend additional money on it. So it will make them harder to leave

The more your customer pays and the longer they stay, the more likely they are to spend more.

By encouraging upsells, you’ll prevent your customers from leaving.

 

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    2. How to respond to customers who complain about your prices
    3. When and how to raise your cake prices
    4. How To Price So You Do Not Lose Customers

 

  1. Reward your customers for doing something for you.

Reward your customers in some way. Give them a freebie, a gift, a discount, voucher Make it valuable and desirable.

But before you give them something for free, make sure they do something for you. Something like what? Make them promote your business. Tell them that if they refer your cakes to someone and that person makes an order, they will get a free cake or cupcakes for their next birthday.

If a customers gets something from you for free, they are most likely to be singing our praises to other people and think of you when they want a cake.

This practice works, because it’s built on reciprocity. Reciprocity is simply just a mutual exchange. It means giving something to someone thereby motivating them to return the favour.

In Summary

In summary, knowing your customers and your competition is the way to get started, them with that information, you can hone down on your USP, try to make your customers spend more and then give then freebies for dong something for you.

In the end you could have a customer for life.

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About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

Wondering How To Price Your Cakes? Let Me Show You How

I decided to repost this article that i posted some time back on how to price your cakes. You have to realize that once you get your pricing sorted you can now move and pay attention to other important aspects of your cake business like marketing.

Another reason why you need to price and cost properly is that you will determine the profit your business makes and you can now know where to reduce costs and when you can give discounts without you losing money

Here are the basics so you can make a start on pricing your cakes for profit.


 

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In this Masterclass you will learn:

  • How to gain confidence in pricing and selling;
  • How to market to the right customers;
  • How to price cakes easily without stress;
  • Customers relations: How to deal with customers so they accept your price always;
  • Systems you should put in place to grow your cake business

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1: Labour costs

Step 1 is labour, often the undercharged part of the cake pricing formula. However, when you know you are being paid a decent salary then you making a cake becomes more enjoyable.

But if you aren’t getting any good wage, then it can be like a chore or a job and you will feel demotivated. You do not want to work for nothing.

To help you gain a control on the labour aspect, make a note of what you honestly want your hourly rate to be. This can be anywhere from N500 – N5,000 an hour. It all depends on you, your skill level, years of experience.

If you are just starting out, you may charge N400- N1,000 an hour, When you start getting better in your skill level, you can increase your hourly rate to maybe N1,500 or N3,000 an hour.

So now that you know your hourly rate. Next start to monitor how long each type of cake takes to create. Record everything, from the initial enquiry, shopping to the mixing, baking, cooling, cleaning, decorating, delivery, set up, etc.

So if it takes you 3 hours to do a vanilla cake and your hourly rate is N1,000 an hour, then your labour wage/salary is N3,000.

Do this for every cake you do and make a note of it, then you will have a record of what to charge for the cakes you sell.

 

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2: Cost of Ingredients

I know this can be quite time consuming part.  If you are making cupcakes or small individual cakes it is important to know the price of one so make sure you calculate every batch.

So when you are shopping for ingredients, take note how much the eggs, flour, butter, margarine, etc costs.


 

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3: Sundry Costs or Extra Costs

Similar to step 3 this is fairly simple to cost, and again. Sundry costs, are things like cakeboards, boxes, ribbons, dowels, etc 

 

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4: Utility Costs

I know calculating Utility costs are a little trickier to calculate as you have to look at your bills or think of an estimate or figure to cover your utility.

But how many of us have time for this, again if this is too much trouble, just come up with an estimate amount.

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5: Profit

The profit is money that you can invest back into your business. So that you can afford that shop you want, buy new cake equipment, create a website, buy flyers, generally market your business, and outsource your bookkeeping, admin, etc.

How much profit you add to your cake price is your choice. But aim for at least somewhere between 15% – 60% profit.

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6: The Total Price

The final step is calculating steps 1 – 6

(Labour + Cost of Ingredients + Sundry Costs + Utility

Costs) x Profit = Total Cake Price

 

Practical Example,

Bose of Bose Cakes and Bakes has an order for a 10 inch fondant vanilla birthday cake with small piping detail and a few fondant roses on an iced cake board and packaged in a box.

Bose starts calculating:

Labour – N1,000 x 5 hours = N5000

 Ingredients Costs = N2000

Sundry Costs = N600

Utility Costs = N450

Profit x 30%

The Formula (N5000+ N2000+ N600+ N450) x 30% = N10,465

Therefore, the total price Bose will quote to the customer is N10,465.

So this is a simple method I recommend you use to price your cakes. Once you have mastered this Formula, you can change and adapt it from time to time.

Will love to hear from you. How do you currently price your cakes? How has it worked for you s far? Comment below please.


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You need to know how to run a business, and I mean a profitable one.

 

You can be the best baker in the world, but this business is an overcrowded market and if you are not able to stand out. You will just be lost in the crowd and just continue to be a small business making just enough money.

 

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About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

How To Price Your Cakes Better

When I first started my cake business some years back, I had no business knowledge. I had no business plan, did not know what to charge for my cakes and was just going through the flow.

All I had was a passion for baking and a dream. I knew I wanted to sell cakes so I could give my children a good life.

So I started my business and it showed me pepper. Lol.

Not only did I have to learn a lot of things for myself, I was the baker, answering emails and inquiries, marketing manager, administrative manager, delivery person, shopper. I would work from early morning to late at night.

One of the reason I stated the business was that I wanted to spend more time with my children, but I was still working long hours and hardly seeing them even though we were in the same house.

I was working myself to the bone and I was still not making money. By the time I bought ingredients, groceries, petrol, paid my nanny’s salary, school provisions, my money was gone.

I was like what was the use. I might as well as stayed being a lawyer and collected my salary at the end of the month instead of killing myself with flour and butter.
So why wasn’t I making money?

Reason– I was charging too small. I was so scared of pricing my cake at a high price. You could say I was the cheapcakelady. Customers used to bully me about quoting a lower price and I will succumb.

I was so not confident in pricing my cakes that I would ask the customers if the price was ok.

I remember doing a lovely buttercream big 12 inch lemon cake ( I even used real lemons, (foreign ones, you can imagine how much they cost) with lots of intricate roses on it that took me like 2 days just to do all the roses and you know what they paid- N7,000.

I am so embarrassed about it now. I used my own money to fund their cake.
But really I was my fault. I accepted that price from them.

I didn’t think I was good enough so that was why I charged very low for my cakes. I was not bold enough to voice my worth to my customers so they dictated my worth for me.

This should not be so.

I felt like quitting a lot of times. But I had no choice but to keep at it. I mean I had nowhere to go. What will I do for money?

A famous quote by Eleanor Roosevelt says that ‘No one can make you feel inferior without your consent’.

I was allowing others to direct things for me, because I was so afraid of losing the order.

Eventually I had to overcome this and be more confident in my pricing. I put up certain structures in place and made sure that a customer would not be able to price me down. I stopped being pressurized to give a price to the customer at the spot- I will get back to them.

I was able to quote and price confidently and with a purpose to secure the order.
And you know what; I hardly had a customer that didn’t place the order. Infact I think it was only 2 customers last year that did not get back to me.

So there is a way for you to quote any price to a customer and get that booking.
If you are like how I was, please don’t despair, the ‘Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business’ masterclass is starting this week,

I will reveal the strategies that have worked for me that will get customers to pay the price you want for their Cakes.

I will be relaunching this course soon; so to be on the waiting list just register below with your email address and you will be informed first hand when it is ready.

You will no longer be known as the cheapcakelady but the ultimate cake queen.

So now let me give you 10 strategies to help you price your cakes better:

Pricing Tip #1

Adopt a pricing strategy

There are various strategies you can adopt to price your cakes. Once you have worked out the labour and costing involved you would group certain types of cakes together and come up with an average price. For example you can have a 3 tier pricing strategy. Where you have a 3 price options for any customer depending on their budget. Where you have a low, middle and high priced option.

I will be teaching  different pricing strategies in the Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass. See all what you will get in this Masterclass.

Pricing Tip #2

Determine you profit percentage

Determine how much profit you want to make. This is a vital step to add if you want to grow your business. What type of profit do you want your cakes to have? 2.5%, 5%, 10%, 40% or more? There is no right or wrong answer. Start with a number that is comfortable for you and build it from there. The important thing is to have a profit percentage

 For home cake businesses I would suggest aim for 30-50% profit margins

I will be teaching exactly how to work out your profit margins in the Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass. See all what you will get in this Masterclass.

 

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Pricing Tip #3

Work out the cost of Ingredients, Supplies and Utilities

Record how much it costs to make each type of cake you make. How much do your ingredients and supplies cost? How much does the gas, water, electricity do you use when making each cake? Do not guess. Everything counts. Work out the exact costs for each type of cake you make.

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Pricing Tip #4

Research your competitors.

Research your competitors and see how much they charge for the type of cakes you make. Once you do, choose a price in the middle of the range.

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Pricing Tip #5

Work out the timing

In order to price your cakes effectively you need to know in detail how long each cake takes to make from start to finish. Without understanding this aspect you will be literally be saying a price for your cakes out of the air!  So make a note of everything. Do not guess! Record everything. From how long it takes you to mix, bake and decorating the cake, to washing up, invoicing for the order, answering enquires, shopping for the ingredients and more. Everything you do to make your cake, make sure you record the time it takes.

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Pricing Tip #6

When should you raise your prices?

The time to raise your prices is when: #1 – you are not making any money or your costs are not being covered.

Learn when and how to raise your prices in the Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass. See all what you will get in this Masterclass.

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Pricing Tip #7

Decide how much you want to pay yourself

Next decide how much you want your rate is per hour then work out it out.  Do you want to work for N500 an hour or do you want to work for N2,000 per hour. There is no right or wrong answer. Each business, wants and needs are individual to the business owner.

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Pricing Tip #8

Figure out how much you want to earn

Write down how much you want to earn from your cake business each month or in a year. Then start incorporating that figure into your cake prices. 

For instance if you want to earn N50,000 this month, you just have to sell 5 Nos. N10,000 cakes. 

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Pricing Tip #9

Survey potential customers

What is the general budget for your potential customers to pay for your cakes? You need to have an idea what your ideal customer will happily pay to buy a cake. If you find out that most of the people want cheaper cakes, don’t just drop your prices yet, maybe you should widen your search and look for those customers that can pay the price you want for your cakes.

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Pricing Tip #10

Decide the pricing bracket you want to belong

Decide which pricing bracket you want your cake business to belong to. Want to be in the low or high end priced group. For the low end group, your customers will be family and friends, wholesale, food stalls.

For the high end price group, these will be big birthday celebrations and weddings.

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Pricing Tip #11

Follow up

If a customer doesn’t call back, don’t just think they are not interested. People forget. So you should take the initiative and contact the customer back and ask if they want to go ahead with the order. Don’t feel bad if they say no. When you continue following up eventually you will get a yes from a customer.

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Pricing Tip #12

Calculate Method

Do this for each type of cake you create.

    • Take the timings it takes to make this cake from start to finish (include everything!) then multiply this with your hourly rate.
    • Calculate the cost of the ingredients, supplies and utilities. Add this number to the number above.
    • Then work out your profit percentage.
    • Add the profit percentage to your ingredients, supplies, utilities and labour total.
    • You now have the price for this cake.

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This quarter I will be relaunching the Pricing The Cakes Right To Build A Money Making Cake Business.

Pricing The Cakes Right To Build A Money Making Cake Business is created for bakers so that they can achieve their cake business dreams of building a moneymaking cake business.

In this Masterclass you will learn:

  • How to gain confidence in pricing and selling;
  • How to market to the right customers;
  • How to price cakes easily without stress;
  • Customers relations: How to deal with customers so they accept your price always;
  • Systems you should put in place to grow your cake business

If you are interested in this Course (which i highly recommend you do) and want to be a part of it, just send me an email at cakelady@bakingbusinessschool.com.ng requesting for payment details.

Or you can just fill in the below form and I will get back to you with details of the Masterclass:

Classes start on 4th October 2018, so don’t delay.

 


 

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About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.