Maybe you start with a $17 product, then mailing list proceed to a $47 product, then on to $97 and $147 products. Later on it may be $1,000, $2,000, or $5,000. Now, you mailing list can start a new customer with a big-ticket item without much fallout if you're very careful, but I'd recommend offering a mix of different prices so mailing list that people can start where they're comfortable.
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