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To be an effective bundler merchants must recognize the needs of customers and assume more responsibility.
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Real estate investors and Entrepreneur Network partners Chris Haddon and Jason Balin explain why you should embrace feedback on your content.
How to Get a Great ROI on Your Influencer Marketing Plan
Trust, authenticity and word-of-mouth advertising are your best tools .
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Once you recognize and tailor your pitch to your customer's dominant type, among the four types, you'll see positive results.
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Appeal to Millennials' Minds, Not to Their Hearts
Want to reach younger consumers? Market to their mindset, which is equal parts optimism -- and stark realism about the future.
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Do Percentages Sell Better than Dollar Amounts?
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5 Reasons a Coworking Space Makes Sense for Startups
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A Female Founder's Tips for Fundraising
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