Category Archives for Bill Ringle Blog

Dominic Basulto on Thanksgiving and Innovation

In a recent article for the Washington Post, blogger Dominic Basulto discusses the importance of constraints and hardships that can actually become the basis for innovation. Nearly 400 years ago, a brave

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More Profitable Pricing Models

Recent data shows that companies are scared to increase prices, opting instead to achieve more revenue through cost cuts, outsourcing, and innovation. However, Ed Sullivan, a writer for CEO magazine, belives

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10 Clues That Managing a Startup May Not Be For You

10 Clues That Managing a Startup May Not Be For You Marty Zwiling distills 10 easy-to-recognize traits that can help you identify whether you will likely succeed as an entrepreneur. Self-discipline,

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The Pressure Principle

The Pressure Principle simply says that pressure from the outside brings out what is inside. When you squeeze an orange, you expect orange juice to result, not the juice of a tomato or pineapple, right? Similarly,

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Learn to Break Through the Most Common Business Limitations

If you’ve ever felt like you’ve hit a wall in your business growth, then you’ve got to listen to this call.   My friend and mentor, Steve Harrison will be explaining how to overcome

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Cracking the LinkedIn Sales Code

When you are building your sales pipeline, especially in the B2B arena, you need to use the social media tools at your disposal wisely. My friend Jill Konrath, author of  the Amazon #1 bestseller SNAP

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Insights from the Social Media Marketing Industry Report 2013

Michael Stelzner, founder of Social Media Examiner and author of the books Launch and Writing White Papers, has released the fifth annual report on social media marketing, and this one looks to be the

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Lessons from Start-ups that Reach $100 Million in Revenue

Here’s a new report released from the Kauffman Foundation, one of America’s best sources for entrepreneur research. It’s called “Companies that Matter,” and focuses on recent

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We are Hardwired to Bond

I want you to view this slide deck for two reasons: one, you will enjoy it; two, you will learn something valuable. Before you view these slides that Tania Hartman arranged, ask yourself this question,

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There’s No Such Thing As A ‘Digital Marketing Strategy’ Anymore

Digital media used to be the odd-duck add-on to more traditional forms of marketing. Executives would “experiment” or “dip a toe in the water.” This shouldn’t be new news, and hopefully

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