Material about Brand People
Humanoid Brands Countries, holidays, geographical features, lifestyle elements, and even weather conditions with the help of marketing have long turned into brands. Are there people brands? Yes, any number. They…

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Demarketing - what is it and when is it used? Real life examples
Demarketing is a type of marketing aimed at reducing demand among the entire target audience or its specific groups. Wait, but why reduce demand - you have to rejoice that…

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How to learn content marketing for free and on your own
This article was written specifically for Texterra by the TeachLine Blog. Let's say you decide to become a content marketer. You have no extra money. The desire to spend them…

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How to set a task for a designer and not go crazy

I work as an art director at an interactive agency and teach beginning designers in online courses. From experience I know that working with a designer can be a source of amazing discoveries, and can turn into a headache, deadlines and a spoiled project.

A common cause of problems is an incomprehensible task: the manager and designer do not understand what they want from each other. This is today’s article. It will be useful if you have had to return the task to the designer at least once in the last six months, because he did something wrong.

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what is motivation, or How to sell to people with different dominant motivation

After reading a motivating article, some people crush the mountains, while others go back to the sofa. This is because people have different dominant motivations. I’ll tell you how to determine your type and learn to understand buyers. The article is useful to a wide range of readers, but especially to entrepreneurs.

Table of contents:
In which part of the brain is motivation hidden
Test for determining the dominant motivation
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Mistakes in finances that put a business at risk

Here is an entrepreneur opened a business. Developed a sought-after product, conducted market research, found its target audience. Passed packaging courses and made a cool website, hired cool sellers.

And in less than three years the company closed. That’s the end of the tale.

And this is not fiction, but statistics: 97% of small businesses are closed within three years. Most likely, the percentage would be much less if, in addition to sales, innovation, marketing and packaging, entrepreneurs paid more attention to finance. Therefore, we asked the chief editor of “Neskuchny Finances” Ilya Eremin to help understand the financial nuances of business. His word! Continue reading

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Custom Business Solutions
One of the main goals of big business is to be at least one step ahead of its competitors. This will ensure the emergence of new customers, new sales and…

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what is motivation, or How to sell to people with different dominant motivation
After reading a motivating article, some people crush the mountains, while others go back to the sofa. This is because people have different dominant motivations. I’ll tell you how to…

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Franchise Launch Checklist
Many owners of a retail business that grows to medium or large size are considering selling their own franchise. The scheme provides a lot of advantages for the franchisor -…

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How to create ads for children: features of children's marketing
Children are interesting to marketers: firstly, they influence the decision of parents to purchase goods. Secondly, advertising forms their consumer habits, which means that it makes them loyal to a…

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