Monthly Archives: July 2012

Pricing Strategies: How to Price Your Product or Service–To Avoid Killing Your Business

“How do I price my product?” another entrepreneur recently asked to an email list I’m on. “I’ve looked at our competitors, and I know how much it costs to produce what we offer. I think I know what my audience … Continue reading

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The Indescribable Anger

Today I want to talk about something I haven’t mentioned on this blog. In fact, I rarely mention this in real life, either. But I have a feeling I’m not the only one with this problem–and I think it will … Continue reading

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Why You Should Talk To Investors (Even If You’re Not Raising Money)

As the owner of a startup, should you raise money for your business? There are arguments both ways. In the software industry, developers are expensive, and it may take 12-24 months to come up with a viable product. Also, software … Continue reading

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