Email marketing that converts
Email emerged many years before a lot of people started using it, but it began to become a major commercial success in the mid-1990s. Everyone loved it… but nobody really knew how to use it effectively.
How to build a brand and not just a business.
What does it mean to create a brand? You might think of that process as spending money on an ad campaign, launching a new product, or putting together an employee handbook. While all those things can contribute to your brand, you need to think of the brand as something that happens over a prolonged period of time. In other words, the brand is not really a product or service. It is an experience that happens over a prolonged period of time.
Venture capital funding or bootstrap?
A startup needs money to grow, and there are two main ways to get it. One is by taking in venture capital, an investment offered by a professional investor on the condition that your company sells part of itself. Usually this is done by selling shares in yourself, sort of like selling stock in a public company.
A Model for Customer Behaviour.
Your customers are your firm’s most valuable asset. To effectively acquire and keep customers you need to understand the dynamics of why they behave the way they do when they make buying decisions.
Finally, A Book On Pricing Strategy To Increase Organizational Profitability
Today’s consumers are savvier than ever before. They are turning to the Internet for information and advice when buying products and services. They also have a greater understanding of how prices vary from store to store and what factors influence them. Having a winning pricing strategy is key to staying competitive in today’s marketplace.
Get a Grip
We only get one life. Who wants it to be mediocre, mundane and lazy? It is always better to work hard and to go after what we want in life, and not stay the way we are. But success in this sense requires a lot of discipline and hard work. Stop complaining about what you don't have, get a grip and start walking your way to what you can have.
The Power of Your Mindset
The way you think about things — is the most important factor in achieving success in business or careers. You can have all the skills, but if your business mindset is wrong, you might not be successful. Mindset is more powerful than skill. Skill is easily acquired; mindset is not.
Continuous Product management is a core part of your business growth
Today we think of product management in contemporary business terms, majorly defined by the role of the Product Manager. No matter what the product is (facemask, mobile phones, apps, home designs or fast cars; progress, technological advancement and uplift of human civilization is almost entirely defined by products.
Brainstorming is overrated and needs reengineering
Brainstorming is an overused technique that generates confined and limited solutions, but we can’t get enough of it. Organizations hold on to old business best practices that have since ceased to be effective without thinking of ways to recreate them.
Elastic Dreams. Seen Black Mirror? You might like this too
Philip K. Dick’s works have inspired science fiction writers for years, so it’s only natural that a show based on his stories would be popular. Elastic Dreams is a sci-fi anthology with stand-alone episodes not related at all but exists in several realities at once.. each of the stories exist in alternate realities. Elastic Dreams sometimes tips its hat toward horror. It's ten episodes switching back and forth between American production and British
Why does Notion product design stand out? — Find out why
The goal of product design is to get something done. The faster it takes to get something done, the better the design. Products can be more than just performing a certain function or look a certain way. They can offer us a new perspective on how we view the world.
Business is changing. Will you adapt or be left behind?
Tell me if this story sounds familiar: you’re running at full speed and you feel like you’ve been going full speed for a very long time — forever. You seem to be doing the right things. You and your team are working incredibly hard and making progress, but you can’t help thinking: is this how it’s supposed to be? It feels like no matter how hard everyone on the team tries, we never get ahead of our problems. And we obviously need some kind of breakthrough, because we’re obviously not going to win if we keep doing what we do and how we do it.