Pricing and Business Strategy

Latest Pricing Teardowns:

Teardowns
Introduction Today is an exciting day! Why? Because it's time for another pricing teardown. Today we'll be looking at Code Climate, a tool for software engineers. A developer I know mentioned it in passing, and I just had to take a look. What Are they Selling? The first question >>
Teardowns
As a long-time Google user, I was intrigued when I came across a new service that it launched: Contributor by Google. It represents yet another attempt by companies to launch a mirco-funding service ensuring that content publishers are rewarded for their hard work. I'm confident that >>
Teardowns
Introduction The new year is almost here, and I'm sneaking in one more pricing teardown before 2015 arrives. This report will continue the tradition of investigating the pricing used by Y Combinator-backed startups. The subject of today's teardown is none other than >>
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Latest Pricing Articles:

Pricing
I came across an open letter in the New York Times by Ezekiel J. Emanuel, an oncologist and a vice provost at the University of Pennsylvania. He decries the lack of new antibiotics and describes his new plan to ensure that biotech companies refocus >>
Pricing
I saw an interesting conversation on Hacker News yesterday. A software developer complained about the hurdles that some companies require him to jump before being granted so much as a phone screen. Like most interactions, this one should be understood through the lens of pricing to see >>
Pricing
Negotiating on a price can be rather tricky. Price-sensitive shoppers prefer lower price tags. Sellers, on the other hand, generally prefer higher prices on a given sale. Are there any ways that a seller can strengthen his ability to command higher prices? Yes. As is often the case, it comes down to the signaling of pricing power. The >>
Pricing
How much would you like to make more money? I'm betting that you'd say quite a bit. So why are so many actors at a tiny Los Angeles theater fighting tooth and nail against union-backed efforts to increase their pay? Before we answer that >>
Pricing
Consumers are generally unhappy when they see the goods that they buy increase in price. As the products become more expensive, customers will complain and some will begin to rethink their purchasing decisions. This presents a problem for companies as it limits their ability to increase their prices. So what's a company to do in order to >>
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