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7 Tips for Marketing to Older Audiences

These seven tips can help you differentiate your boomer and senior marketing message from all the other messages flooding the marketplace.

Sticker Shock

The price you charge for products or services says a lot about your company's competitive ways. Here's how to do it right.

Ann C. Logue

How to Compete with the Big Chains? Think Locally

With the nation's biggest retailers stocking their shelves with specialty items, the threat to mom and pop merchants is disconcerting. And while size matters, there are ways local retailers can take advantage of their less imposing presence.

Mark Cuban: Outwork and Outlearn Your Competition

The billionaire tech entrepreneur and popular 'Shark Tank' star on working hard and finding success.

Jason Fell

Competition: A Choice Activity for Young Entrepreneurs

In the final days of March Madness, do you feel like your company is a Baylor or UNLV? Here's how to size up the competition and come out on top.

Adam Toren

Three Reasons a Buyer Might Pay More for Your Business

Before you decide to put your business up on the block, make sure you fully understand how much what you're offering is worth to buyers.

Sam Hogg

12 Ways to (Legally) Spy on Your Competitors

You may not have the resources to hire a competitive intelligence specialist, but small businesses can still unearth plenty of information about rivals.

Carol Tice

Five Ways Your Business Can Grab Market Share Today

You can never stop trying to win new customers. After all, your competitors are probably trying to win over your customers right now.

Carol Tice

Three Ways to Find an Edge in a Crowded Market

Whether you're a pioneer or a latecomer in a competitive industry, here are strategies to stay ahead of the pack.

What's a Competitive Advantage for a Young Entrepreneur?

Mashable founder Pete Cashmore on how 20-something entrepreneurs can have an edge over older, more established competitors.

Don't Let Competition Stop You

You have what seems to be a great idea--but it's been done. Here's how to proceed with your idea anyway.

Rieva Lesonsky