Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Importance of Pricing Power

I’m quite the stickler for spelling people’s name right, probably because my own last name is spelled in an unusual (to the rest of the world) way. Nonetheless, I like this post from WIC about pricing power. Please check it … Continue reading

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Don’t Cut the Customer Service Budget

Great post here about not cutting, but increasing your service in poor economic times, i.e., now: Don’t Cut the Customer Service Budget ————————————————– Robert B. Wallis is a speaker, author, and consultant who helps business owners increase their profitability by … Continue reading

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Small Biz Marketing: A solution, not a product

Tim Miles asks “What is it that you’re trying to make happen?” I have noticed this theme in many different scenarios, business and personal. Humans seem to have a difficult time getting REALLY specific about what they want. And business … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be different?

http://www.youtube.com/v/26PVrm4iLA0?fs=1&hl=en_US ————————————————– Rob Wallis is The Marketing Outsider, a speaker, author, and consultant who helps business owners increase their profitability by improving their visibility. Contact him at The Wallis Group

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“Don’t Just Sit There, DO Something!” – The Three Keys to Powerful Achievement

1. Powerful Intentions (Tell us how you feel) Figure out what it is you want to have, be or do. Nothing can be achieved without a clear mental picture of exactly what it looks like. You need to determine: * … Continue reading

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