Loslosbaby commented on the following stories on BizSugar
I tell my people this: "This is not the time or place for us to discover deficiencies in our abilities to express ourselves, or, to listen carefully to others' without blowing arteries, fuses, or schedules. Hit it to a pub if you want to blow about the election.""
I remember when I was raising funding as an insider for 3 companies in 2000: Just like hypothermia, the circulation decreased at the extremeties first. Look for Asia and Europe to slow down as a possible indicator of VC collapse here in North America. Look for VC to slow down in the SouthEast, and the NorthEast, before the West. Keep a weather eye! (back to innovating)"
I am in Oklahoma and am really big into the "off-coastal advantage"...my #1 favorite is lower cost of living. This article says it all...if you can drop your income 46k$, then you can go into REALLY low tax brackets here in the Off-Coastal "heart of America". Time to call my tax guy!"
A little conflict maybe? Perhaps he wished he had a SaaS version of his software. What the writer fails to either discuss or understand is that SaaS is only one thing: lower-risk. That means less money up front, less time to _Evaluate_ it, less time to learn it, and less [dedicated] equipment you had to buy to make it work. If you can sign up for it, you already have enough equipment to run it....simple. SaaS is like renting a car, its only easier, not cheaper. G."
There is no doubt that in the long run we're going to have to all fight the spammers. This article is excellent advice for Wikipedia, but also applies to DMOZ and other sites that require a longer "trajectory" of good behavior before they let you hold the steering wheel."
Its "old" in the "it didn't come out yesterday" but I combined it with fresh Q1 2008 retail numbers and I think its very relevant. This given the US media is preaching a recession, and that I predict most BizSugar folk are interested in the condition of the e-conomy."
Guy is on the money. People give him a hard time recently, but, the fact is that VC's are like pretty girls...they hear a lot of the same crap, alllll the time. I have been thinking, and working on my problem space for 3 years, and yet @skyberrys took a look at it and in an instant revolutionized our messaging by asking a simple question. My corollary to Guy's article: if it takes 2000 "practices" to get a muscle memory built-in to the brain--it takes about 500 "pitches" to get your message down to pure, simple, and sweet: "Your products, everywhere." -- Us No matter how good you think your pitch is, another one might hit it on the head harder: "One product management space." -- @skyberrys"
Yeah, the subject is you know, whatever, BUT, strippers are ELITE salespersons, because they are on the high-end of the discretionary spending spectrum. Get it? If you break up things you (the theoretical you) spend money on, Strippers are right up there with World Series Tickets and not anywhere near Gas, Bread, etc. If they can sell a service that is totally useless and costs a lot of money, they are truly elite. #8 Needs to me moved to 2.5...you need to be targeted BEFORE #3...know your audience and 1) you won't waste your time and 2) you'll know both how to tailor your pitch, AND your close."
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