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by Marlene JensenAll pricing decisions are not logical! People also buy at one price and not at another for psychological reasons -- many of which they don't understand. Yet these psychology-based choices have been documented by pricing strategy experts in tests of hundreds of millions of consumers. * How to change your price by a couple of pennies -- and get 10-20% MORE ORDERS. * How to raise prices -- and get MORE ORDERS. You might believe there is no such thing as too-low pricing. But you'd be wrong. I... more
by Marlene JensenCOVID-threatened businesses now have 47 ways to raise prices without turning away customers! It’s a tough time to have a small business! Shrinking sales and rising COVID costs have many entrepreneurs: * Waking up in a cold sweat afraid their business can’t survive * Pouring over financials — without finding anything else they can cut * Sick with worry about having to lay off employees In this economy, there’s only one answer that can help the business survive — you have to raise pric... more
by John NicholasARE YOU READY TO BE DEBT-FREE? If you're stressed out, maxed out or even wiped out from juggling bills and struggling with debt, then it's time to read this book and start changing your life. Author John Nicholas has built multi-million dollar companies but he's also been jobless, broke and buried in debt. So he knows the pain and anguish debt can cause. But he's learned how to conquer and recover from it - especially after working in the debt-relief industry where he learned why so many p... more
by Michael Fox-RabinovitzDiscover how fractional ownership platforms can empower you to easily buy and sell shares of collectible items such as Art, Sports Memorabilia, Trading Cards, Comic Books, Watches, Classic Cars, and other asset categories which were previously out of reach for the vast majority of investors.
by Gabrielle DahmsThe Art and Science of Real Estate Negotiation addresses a practice indispensable to real estate success: negotiation. Negotiation principles and fundamentals affect what and how much real estate buyers, sellers, and investors get, achieve and gain. Read this book and become a powerful real estate investor who nets results and dollars.
by akansha SinghFull lingerie set in India and other honeymoon essentials. Shopping for a bridal trousseau is no joke! There are a number of categories to shop for and a plethora of varieties to choose from. In this blog, we are talking only about the honeymoon section. Here is the list of all the essential things you need to pack, before you are off to your honeymoon. Sanitary Pads You might be on medications which prepone or postp... more
by James H. LeeIf you want to be in at the right place at the right time, it pays to show up a few minutes early. Fortunes can be made by finding “the next big thing.” Some of the best investments over the past few years came from Silicon Valley. Over the next decade, we’ll see even bigger opportunities from the internet of things (IoT), augmented reality, cryptocurrencies, automation, artificial intelligence, longevity science, and new sources of energy. Foresight Investing provides a remarkable t... more
by James H. Lee
How can we sustain ourselves in a world turned upside-down? That’s the central question of Resilience and the Future of Everyday Life. In this thought-provoking book, financial advisor and futurist James H. Lee explores the unprecedented challenges of the post-modern age. Some see these problems—from financial chaos and exploding debt to career uncertainty and environmental worries—as proof that human society is on the verge of collapse. Lee looks past the doom and gloom and... more
by olivia smithWhile Amazon is a household name and almost everybody is familiar with it, basic marketing is still required. Amazon is great in providing customer assistance which keep the customers believe in Amazon and keeps them coming back. It’s because of Amazon’s reliability and user’s great buying experience that the people put their trust in the brand name. And being the most crowded e-commerce platform, it becomes crucial to advertise your products and individual brands through more
by Carolyn V. HamiltonBy editing your novel or memoir as well as possible yourself, you can drastically REDUCE PROFESSIONAL EDITING COSTS. This fast, easy editing method shows you step-by-step how to kill 24 common words and phrases that weaken your writing in fiction and memoir! THE LANGUAGE OF BOOKS today is fast and straightforward. We live in a binge-watching-Netflix world, where we want our entertainment fast and concise. A lot of little words used in written sentences, like “just”, “then”, and even “and” DON... more
by Robin GasterAmazon is the most extraordinary business story of our time. In 25 years, it's become a $280 billion multi-sector giant, and within 5 years, Amazon may be the biggest company in America. Behemoth, Amazon Rising explains how Amazon built five interlocking rings logistics, Amazon Prime, the Amazon Marketplace, everyday low pricing, and constant innovation. The rings work together to create a moat too deep to scale around Amazon's retail empire. But Amazon is not just any company. It's brilliant... more
by Chin RasLooking to give your sofa an elegant look? Sofa Makers is here for you to transform your old sofa and give your sofa an elegant look
by Mark LadoThis book is for those who want to become factory showcase leaders. Readers learn various tools and techniques along a structured path and will be able to apply them or evaluate their company's effectiveness. The information is useful for: * Manufacturing Operation leaders * Department and functional staff, supervisors, and team leaders * Students studying engineering, operations, supply chain, production planning, finance, human resources, quality, and business administration * Entreprene... more
by Jennifer Lieberman
As virtual meetings have gone from the exception to the norm in the business world, many professionals feel unprepared for this new "on-camera" shift.
Filmmaker, producer and award-winning actor Jennifer Lieberman created a simple seven-step approach when coaching executives and business professionals with their virtual presence. In this simple and straight-forward guide Lieberman walks through tricks and tips from the film industry to help you "master your vir... more
by Damon BrownOur biggest hurdle today isn’t finding the right hack to more output, but realizing that accepting our limitations actually improves our results. A spiritual successor to the critically-acclaimed book Bring Your Worth, Build From Now shows how each and every person has four different resources: focus, agility, time, and energy. We have more or less of each, depending on where we are in our lives. Know your strengths and you’ll be able to be productive, creative, and inspired. Forever. Like entre... more
by Jolien DemeyerOf all the challenges entrepreneurs face, scaling their business is one of the hardest, and the marketing department often bears the brunt, asked to meet rising expectations and demand with an unchanged budget. How do marketers do more with less, without compromising on quality? The answer lies in becoming a scaleur—combining entrepreneurial ingenuity with marketing skill and panache. The Marketing Scaleur draws on lessons from major global conglomerates and tenacious startups to provide a ... more