What Pricing Books Should I Be Reading?

By Moira McCormick / January 31, 2018
For the pricing professional, an excellent New Year resolution would be to read more about the topic to see what more you can learn from fellow professionals and business leaders. ...
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Topics: Pricing Books

SME And Startup Pricing: It’s All In The Cloud

By Fred Schrader / January 30, 2018
This guest post was written by Fred Schrader, Search Engine Marketer at MyHub, a leading intranet provider for international brands. Today’s SMEs and startups have it easy. Thanks to cloud computing, SMEs and startups now ...
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Topics: SME, Startup Pricing

Best Practices for Optimising Ecommerce Prices

By Moira McCormick / January 24, 2018
Ecommerce companies across a number of platforms finally waking up to the realisation that the main driver of their profit is price optimisation. What the most successful retailers are doing is pricing right in the first ...
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Topics: Optimising Ecommerce Prices

Are You Lazy When it Comes to Pricing Your Products?

By Moira McCormick / January 17, 2018
You've probably worked hard to gain a competitive advantage through various means - cost-cutting, outsourcing, process re-engineering and adopting innovative technologies - to name but a few. ...
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Topics: pricing your products

Customer Spotlight - Cleverboxes

By Emmanuel Aremu / January 10, 2018
  Cleverboxes is a successful ecommerce company that has been operating for over 10 years.  It has built a large product range and continues to deliver quality customer service....
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Topics: Customer

Why is Surge Pricing Everywhere?

By Moira McCormick / January 9, 2018
Surge pricing involves the use of algorithms to automate price increases on products and services in periods of high demand and limited supply and to lower prices when demand is weak....
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Topics: Surge Pricing

When Should You Bring Up The Price?

By Moira McCormick / January 3, 2018
What's almost the first thing you say to your prospect when you walk through their door?  If it's something like "the price will be xyz " then you might as well turn around and walk (or run) straight out again. ...
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Topics: Price

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