Dave Kosmayer — December 18, 2018 Follow @DavidKosmayer — December 18, 2018 As a business owner or marketer, one of the hardest decisions you have to make is whether to raise or lower prices to make sure you are charging the right price for products. If you charge too much for your product or service, … Continue reading Are You Charging the Right Price?
Devon Smiley — June 5, 2018 Follow @devonmsmiley — June 5, 2018 Today we’re going to talk about one of the hot-button words of negotiation. A word that some people use all the time. A word that I try to avoid whenever possible. A word that seems to get a reaction from most people…and it’s … Continue reading The Problem With Charging What You’re “Worth”
Samantha Martin — August 30, 2017 Follow @Socially_Sam — August 30, 2017 It’s quite difficult to decide what to charge, especially when you’re first starting out. If you under charge you run the risk of being overloaded with work and not making enough profit. Overcharge and you might not get any work. If you charge … Continue reading Are You Charging Enough For Your Product Or Service?
Promoted Stickers marks Twitter’s latest attempt — and the latest example of a trend — to inject brands not only into people’s content feeds but into the actual content. Tim Peterson on August 15, 2016 Social advertising used to be about brands inserting themselves in people’s content feeds. It still is. But it’s also … Continue reading Twitter turns stickers into ads for brands, but won’t say how it’s charging for them