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How to Avoid Looking Like a Villain When You're Price Discriminating

Companies that are able to vary pricing without upsetting customers in the process stand to gain quite a bit.

Per Bylund

4 Reasons Why Raising Your Price Is a Brilliant Marketing Move

Charging less than your competitors signals potential clients that you doubt the value of what you offer.

3 Essentials for Taking Your Amazon Sales to the Next Level

Pricing and visibility are key to take your store's profits sky-high.

How 'Gaming' the System Helped This Business Get Thousands More Customers

After Scott Parker partnered with Spotluck to lure diners to his four restaurants during slow times, his establishments saw an uptick in customer visits.

Lydia Belanger

This Bakery Owner Refused to Give Away Freebies. She's Wrong.

Everybody from Fortune 500 clients to the charity down the block will ask for discounts and donations. Say yes, and build the cost into your prices.

Gene Marks

3 Reasons You're Not Closing Deals

Stop talking about what you're selling and start listening to why your client needs it.

Heather Markel

Why Some Prices Are More Right Than Others

Learn to look at the factors that determine what your most attractive offer price is!

Craig Simpson

Apple Illegally Fixed iPhone Prices in Russia

Russian authorities say that Apple cooperated with their investigation, and it's unclear if the company will face a fine.

Tom Brant

5 Proven Strategies to Break Out With Your New Business

The internet hasn't changed everything about business. Price, quality and service still guide consumer decisions.

Daniel DiPiazza

Lawsuit Alleges That McDonald's Overcharges For Cheeseburger Value Meal

According to the plaintiff, the fast-food chain's 'Extra Value Meal' costs 41 cents more than it would if you just ordered each item individually.

Kate Taylor

Nintendo's iPhone Mario Game Sets Download Record, But People Are Bashing Its $9.99 Price

Super Mario Run is free to download on the App Store where, in Japan, it is rated 2.5 stars out of 5 based on 1,095 reviews.

Reuters

Scope Creep, the Killer of Projects

When a customer's requests for add-ons and changes puts a project manager in an invidious position, scope creep has crept in.

Phil La Duke