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Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business

Free! Why $0.00 Is the Future of Business - http://www.wired.com Avatar Posted by dobbie under Marketing
From http://www.wired.com 4588 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 5, 2008 4:16 am
The idea that you can make money by giving something away is no longer radical. But until recently, practically everything "free" was really just the result of what economists would call a cross-subsidy: You'd get one thing free if you bought another, or you'd get a product free only if you paid for a service.

Over the past decade, however, Read More
Linkbait works well at drawing in new readers, because linkbait posts have efficient headlines and readily digestible content, like lists. However, they get old, and some readers like myself, find that linkbait posts have little to offer after a while. Here's why Read More

Why Startups Fail: Run Out Of Cash, Run Out Of Commitment

Why Startups Fail: Run Out Of Cash, Run Out Of Commitment - http://onstartups.com Avatar Posted by Aaronontheweb under Startups
From http://onstartups.com 4589 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 4, 2008 3:13 pm
From the site: "One thing I've been pondering this weekend is figuring out why startups fail. But, in order to figure that out, I had to first decide what constitutes failure. The more I thought about it, the more I realized that a definitive failure is when the startup simply stops trying. And, the only reasons to stop trying are that you ru Read More

A True Story About a Chair

A True Story About a Chair - http://www.lonelymarketer.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Management
From http://www.lonelymarketer.com 4589 days ago
Made Hot by: TerryJackson on March 4, 2008 12:12 am
A simple but effective way to discover the needs of your employees and customers. Patrick Schaber of The Lonely Marketer shares how a friend is using two chairs and a sign to find out what their employees are thinking. I'm putting this under the category of management, but it fits just was well in marketing. Read More

Marketing's Big Bang Theory

Marketing's Big Bang Theory - http://www.adweek.com Avatar Posted by melanee under Marketing
From http://www.adweek.com 4589 days ago
Made Hot by: on March 4, 2008 12:17 am
Marketing today is like a spectacular fireworks display. Short-lived and breathtaking. Unforgettably forgettable. All our efforts seem to be front-loaded into launching with a bang. The fireworks are mesmerizing. The sky is filled with brilliant colors, flashes of light and accompanying music to boot. A hypnotized mob "oohs" and "aahs" with ap Read More
Any small business with a web-site or blog should heed these words.

Getting traffic if you are lazy is easily achieved. If they'd added "...for Lazy People AND IDIOTS" then it would apply to me because I'm a bit slow when it comes to marketing online and attracting traffic.

And too easily put off by anything which is complicated. Which Read More

How to Conduct a Job Interview

How to Conduct a Job Interview - http://www.bnet.com Avatar Posted by dobbie under Human Resources
From http://www.bnet.com 4641 days ago
Made Hot by: Shelly on January 16, 2008 1:19 am
Got a key position to fill? Hiring good employees is the foundation of any successful business. But selecting the right ones is hard work, and the interview process is often the most important step in the process. Here's how to figure out if the candidate sitting across from you is likely to become your next Employee of the Month. Read More

Why business relationships are deeper than friendships

Why business relationships are deeper than friendships - http://blogs.bnet.com Avatar Posted by ArmadaIG under Sales
From http://blogs.bnet.com 4667 days ago
Made Hot by: on December 20, 2007 11:06 pm
It's often been said that B2B selling largely consists of developing a relationship with the customer. Most sales pros think that a customer relationship should like a friendship. Wrong. You can be friends with plenty of people and never get any business from them. So here's a secret that Jerry Acuff, author of The Relationship Edge in Business re Read More
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