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Is it really better to have first mover advantage?

Is it really better to have first mover advantage? - http://www.instigatorblog.com Avatar Posted by luckycharmer under Strategy
From http://www.instigatorblog.com 5195 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 10, 2008 4:19 am
Being first doesn't guarantee success. If anything, being first is fraught with more peril; since you don't have anyone to copy or compare to. And, depending on how innovative your product offering, you might be too early for VCs to get it too, making raising money even harder. Often, when a space heats up, after the first few companies have gone Read More
Commitment to a goal or person or ideal is a very powerful step. Great things happen when you do. This post explains why. Read More
We can all use reminders to vacation. Rest, re-creation, time away from the job lets you recharge, reignite, reconnect. Many, many times I find the best solutions come to me when I'm not sitting at my desk. Read More

How to Grow Your Business by Firing Customers

How to Grow Your Business by Firing Customers - http://www.squidoo.com Avatar Posted by gimmesome under Startups
From http://www.squidoo.com 5195 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 9, 2008 10:48 pm
Studies of customer profitability in many businesses have found that only a small percentage of accounts are responsible for all of the firm's profits once costs related to acquisition, service, and support have been factored in. The staggering truth is simply this: many customers cost more to serve than they bring in revenue! Read More

Steve MacGill: Who Do YOU listen to?

Steve MacGill: Who Do YOU listen to? - http://zanesafrit.typepad.com Avatar Posted by ZaneSafrit under Management
From http://zanesafrit.typepad.com 5195 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 12, 2008 4:56 pm
As a leader, who do you turn to for advice? Why? For what kind of advice? How often? Steve MacGill, CEO and founder of Peersight Online, asks these questions and hopes those with answers will share them at the post. Read More
Getting users engaged with your content can result with a sale, subscription, bookmark and return visit. One of best ways to increase reader engagement is to make sure that your site architecture interlinks related content and displays them in a way which encourages the user to click around. If the first article doesn't result in a subscription, t Read More
24/7/52. What this phrase means is twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and fifty-two weeks a year; this is the golden rule if you are marketing and selling your business unit's product line. Your marketing and sales efforts should never close, which means that you have 525,600 minutes a year to be open and to make sure that your business Read More
Did you know that a good service like iContact.com for example will offer you the additional service of tracking your email campaign stats? Read More

You couldn't do better than using this Web site as a model

You couldn't do better than using this Web site as a model - http://eimr.blogspot.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Online Marketing
From http://eimr.blogspot.com 5199 days ago
Made Hot by: on July 7, 2008 3:58 am
If someone says B2B sites can't be compelling and absorbing, show them MillerWelds. It could shame the best consumer site. This site keeps prospects clicking and reading these ways: Read More

3 Search Engine Optimization Tools You Need

3 Search Engine Optimization Tools You Need - http://www.smallbiztrends.com Avatar Posted by JohnH under Online Marketing
From http://www.smallbiztrends.com 5203 days ago
Made Hot by: pomerol32 on July 1, 2008 10:48 pm
Looking for some powerful (and free) SEO tools? Anita Campbell at Small Business Trends offers a few of her favorites. Read More
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