Competing for Shoppers’ Habits


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4 Secret Selling Techniques You Must Implement


  Word Count: 691 Summary: To reach our business goals we need right resources and/or the insights to help our business reach the success it's capable of.  Following four insights will help us generate the business we've always dreamed of. Article Body: 1.  Experiment with New Advertising Methods   A sharp decline in the effectiveness of our … Continue reading 4 Secret Selling Techniques You Must Implement

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MARKETING 3 winning marketing strategies to fuel business growth Dhananjay Parkhe 1 hour ago — 4 min read Summary: An effective marketing strategy ensures that your product/service reaches your target audience and that you maintain an edge over your competitors. Business mentor, Dhananjay Parkhe, shares some simple yet effective marketing strategies. Anything's tough to do, if you don't have … Continue reading My article pulished in JetAirways.GlobalLinkers.com

Creativity: Random Inputs generated this morning for today


Quick and Dirty Meaning: Things that are fixed with great speed, but as a result, it's probably not going to work very well.  The quick trip this year did not expect any result even after a month and I was little depressed.  But the Brainwave and Udemy courses I am doing are really balancing. There's … Continue reading Creativity: Random Inputs generated this morning for today

I liked this parable : Mathew 13


For the novel by Octavia Butler, see Parable of the Sower (novel). The Parable of the Sower (sometimes called the Parable of the Soils) is a parable of Jesusfound in the three Synoptic Gospels in Matthew 13:1-23, Mark 4:1-20, and Luke 8:4-15. In the story, a sower sows seed and does so indiscriminately. Some seed … Continue reading I liked this parable : Mathew 13

What Makes Us Cheat? Three Classic Experiments from Behavioral Economics. | Big Think


What Makes Us Cheat? Three Classic Experiments from Behavioral Economics. Over a year ago by SIMON OXENHAM Dan Ariely, the psychologist who popularised behavioral economics, has made a fascinating documentary with director Yael Melamede exploring what makes us dishonest. I’ve just finished watching it and it’s something of a masterpiece of psychological storytelling, delving deep into contemporary tales … Continue reading What Makes Us Cheat? Three Classic Experiments from Behavioral Economics. | Big Think