Posts Tagged ‘innovation’

Biz Dev – Part II – 3 Business Development Tips For Success

Here are three business development tips you’ll need to be successful: 1) make the f’ring phone call, 2) have something the client wants and 3) actually deliver on what you said you’d deliver. That’s right, sounds simple but hey that’s the fun of having the rubber hit the road.

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Biz Dev – Part I – Know Where You’re Going or At Least Move!

Some say marketing, some say sales, some say business development. The sale happens where these three come together. Your marketing is the physical manifestation of your strategy; it’s the web site, brochures, videos and ads. Sales is the stuff inside the web site, brochures, videos and ads. And, business development, we’ll that’s a fancy term for when you get your butt out of the office and start knocking on a customer’s door.

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RIAA and MPPA Go Down: Pirates 1 – Suits 0

Citizens banding together in anonymous fashion to protest against an organization, person or event will grow in the years to come. We are already seeing this as evidenced in last week’s successful DDoS attack against the MPPA and RIAA websites. Perhaps it is the beginning of the anti-Facebook, anti-MySpace, generation?

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This Whole Android Vs. Apple Thing Is So USA

We’re so busy trying to conjure up the next Facebook that we’re missing Facebookx10 opportunities. So start innovating outside the box (e.g. the Fifty States, the EU).

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Do I love Android or do I hate AT&T?

How we phrase a question leads us to different insights and conclusions about products, markets, business plans and how we see things. You can ask: why do people love the iPhone? Or, you can ask: Do I love the Android? Do I hate AT&T? Do I hate Apple? With the new iPhone coming out and AT&T gouging it’s customers it’s time Sergey and Larry started asking: Why doesn’t anyone love me?

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