Price your product or service

The price you charge for your product or service is one of the most important business decisions you make. Setting a price that is too high or too low will - at best - limit your business growth. At worst,…

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9 Things to consider when planning Pricing

Pricing is a powerful level of growth. Most of the largest platforms grow by giving things away for free. Others charge thousands of dollars to each month and have multi-million dollar Annual Run Rates while growing their businesses.

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How to Make Product Decisions

Nitin T. Bhat is a Senior Director of Product Management at Smartsheet. His current role is chief advisor to the Chief Product Officer. He is responsible for driving overall product strategy and direction, identifying new generation technologies, M&A, key customer…

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Research: Being Nice in a Negotiation Can Backfire

Whether you are making a large purchase, working on a joint project, or discussing your next promotion, youÕll likely need to negotiate. At a very basic level, in fact, nearly every interaction we have is a negotiationÑan opportunity to persuade…

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EP81 – GameClub COO on Product Operations

In today-s world, our technology is becoming more personable, accurate, and intuitive. Thousands of tasks and errands can be completed at the push of a button, a simple voice command, or some other physical action. However, what are the methods…

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Product Requirements Document (PRD) template — last you will ever need

Product Requirements Document is one of the main documents a product manager is supposed to deliver. Lack of proper documentation leads to terrible communication between stakeholders and more importantly terrible products. While team structure and product type influences the detailing…

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