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Pricing with Conflicting Facts

Pricing with Conflicting Facts

By Tim J. Smith, PhD September 21, 2021

Sometimes – ok, maybe often – a pricing study delivers facts that are in opposition. One measurement indicates the price should be high, while a different measurement indicates the price should be low. What should be done?

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Talking to Markets: David Freeman at Geodesic Systems

By Tim J. Smith, PhD April 4, 2002

When company names appear in my column, I have noticed a trend of corporate officers contacting me to ask how I learned…

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Is Rolodex Marketing the Right Answer?

By Tim J. Smith, PhD April 3, 2002

It seems to be a dominant philosophy among many managers that the mark of a great sales person is the size of…

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NanoBrief

By Tim J. Smith, PhD April 1, 2002

Chicago is getting some good hype in Nanotechnology. For those of us used to IT, let’s discuss the basics of nanotech. A…

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Selling Messages

By Tim J. Smith, PhD March 22, 2002

During the last month, I have attended a number of trade shows with vendors selling business software and hardware to large corporations.…

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