Stacey Williams — January 26, 2017 Follow @stwillia— January 26, 2017 Crowdfunding has revolutionized the way entrepreneurs raise money. The industry provides an alternative to venture capital funding and traditional bank loans, raising billions of dollars for artists, nonprofits and startups every year. Even though it’s easily accessible, crowdfunding still requires some preparation. Most fundraisers … Continue reading How to Apply the 80/20 Rule to Crowdfunding
by Raul Harman November 11, 2015November 11, 2015 Introduction For those of you unfamiliar with the Pareto principle, here is a quick introduction to bring you up to speed. Vilfredo Pareto, a famous Italian economist, engineer, philosopher and much more, made several important contributions to economics, particularly in the study of income distribution. Amongst many … Continue reading Using The “80-20” Rule In Social Media
Adam Roseland January 2, 2015 There is a strange phenomenon in business and economics (as well as in most of the world). This has been studied by philosophers and industries alike. It is the principle that 80% of our results, come from about 20% of our causes. What does that mean? It means … Continue reading How the 80/20 Principle Can Change Your Business
Patrick Murphy December 18, 2014 Inbound marketing and marketing automation is about doing more for less and the follows the same principle discovered by Pareto. Vilfredo Pareto uncovered a powerful secret hidden in economic statistics: Cause and effect are not in balance. A minority of causes – usually around 20 percent – produces … Continue reading Marketing Automation Follows The 80/20 Rule, What About Your Business?
By Maria Peagler, Published November 9, 2014 You’re going to thank me for this . . . . I’m going to show you how to exponentially multiply your visibility, leads, revenue and profit in your business using the Pareto principle: that 20% of your effort that leads to 80% of your results. As a small … Continue reading How To Execute The 80/20 Of Your Social Media Marketing