Price Discrimination 101
"Price discrimination is the practice of charging different prices to different customers. Despite the name, the practice is usually legal, as long as it's not discriminating based on race, gender, age, etc. Perfect price discrimination is the theoretical ideal of charging each customer the maximum that they would pay. This is impossible to achieve in practice, although trying to approximate it is a worthwhile goal. Some examples of price discrimination are: hardback and paperback editions of books; "lite" versions of software that include fewer features or lack customer support; premium pricing for faster response; discounts to price-sensitive customers willing to use coupons or rebates; and quantity discounts. Remember that when you price discriminate you become your own competitor and need to be careful that you don't end up encouraging customers who would've paid a higher price to opt for a lower-priced version of your product."
What is Wealth?
"Wealth is the product of man's ability to think."
5 Criteria for a profitable Online Business (5 of 5)
"Products with high fixed price - Make sure you command a fixed price for a ebook you think should be worthy of how much, If your ebook could really help the others, the price set should not be a factor to the buyer since he makes money out of the ebook he bought from you! Have confidence in your sales!"
9 Ways to Develop Consistant Revenue Streams (8 of 9)
"8. Products - Developing a product is a great way to get income regularly with out having to "hunt down" the latest client. Once it is created there often is little effort beyond processing orders and shipping them out. This could be anything from a sharp photograph portfolio, to workbooks, a script or piece of software. There are a million possibilities out there, and none of them have to make you rich. If the goal is to supplement your freelance income then any additional sales is simply a benefit!"
Why the Financial Industry Exists
"The entire financial industry exists to sell product. If you don't understand this basic maxim, you'll be misled time after time."
New Startups and New Products
"We often tell startups to release a minimal version one as soon as possible, then let the needs of their users tell them what to do next. In essense, let the market design the product."