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When it comes to converting consumers, the secret to more sales is as simple as understanding just what your buyer wants (and expects) from your business.
If you're trying to be both productive and creative at the same time, you're likely to accomplish neither. Pick one.
Successful entrepreneurs share the methods that have been most effective for their companies.
Inc. contributing editor Geoffrey James explains how you can help individual employees flourish at work.
Provide each new idea with the nourishment it needs.
What you need to know about stock options, pay packages, and what you're really getting offered
Manduka CEO Sky Meltzer explains how he justifies selling $100 yoga mats in a market fixed at a $20 price point.
One truth in business that most CEOs and entrepreneurs alike tend to overlook: Not all revenue is created equal.
It's the age-old question. Here is one way to do your analysis.
How simply asking for things in the right way can get you almost anything you want in life.
Let's just assume you know what you want to write about and know how to write as well. Here's what you should consider before publishing yourself or even trying a more traditional route.
The founders of a luxury lifestyle company explain why a tagline turned out to be so much more than just three short words
Pay attention to where your customer are, that's where the real ROI will be
Business will undergo a cultural shift as profound as the industrial revolution.
Want to drive foot traffic this holiday? Let Etsy help.
You never know when you might lose your job, or when a better opportunity will show up. Be ready by avoiding these potentially disastrous career mistakes.
Are you several years into building a business and starting to feel burned out? Top VCs and fellow founders offer advice.
Leadership is all about making others feel valued, but it can be hard to carve out time from a busy schedule to connect. Good news! It takes only 30 seconds.
Because businesses come and go, but we have to live with ourselves forever.
Know your audience, says H&R Block CMO Kathy Collins. It's the only path to growth.