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6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

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Guest author Anthony Smith is CEO of Insightly. You may have read a lot of articles last year about why the so-called "freemium" model doesn't work for most consumer-oriented companies. And it's true; offering a base-level product for free to gain visibility and marketshare and then converting a subset of...
6 Ways To Make Freemium Work For B2B Products

PitchBig launches gamified matchmaking service for startups and investors

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PitchBig  hopes to be a startups’ new best friend and the next greatest networking site for finding venture capital. The service, which launched today, lets startups create a company profile free of cost to attract investors. Likewise, investors can use the site to quickly locate and vote on innovative ideas...
PitchBig launches gamified matchmaking service for startups and investors

Why Free Is Bad: Businesses Should Be Happy To Pay For Key Services

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Guest author Mike McDerment is co-founder and CEO of cloud-based small business accounting provider FreshBooks. Late last year Google Apps for Business eliminated its free version (see Google Dares Businesses To Switch To Microsoft Office). You might think this is a bad thing for small business owners. Everything free is...
Why Free Is Bad: Businesses Should Be Happy To Pay For Key Services
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