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B2B Buyers--Please Tell the Losers Why They Lost

by: John Caddell

I've worked on a lot of sales proposals over the years. It works this way: a company needing to buy supplies, services or products invites a number of companies to bid on the business. Frequently, they'll develop Requests for Proposal laying out all their needs, criteria, etc. Companies submit their proposals, and over several iterations, the buyer selects.

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Building Trust: Chemical Neuromarketing

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80% of Your New Customers Think They Found You

by: Jon Miller

According to MarketingSherpa’s Business Technology Marketing Benchmark Guide 2007-08, 80% of decision makers who made a technology purchase believe that they found the vendor – as opposed to the vendor targeting them.

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'Bank of Mum and Dad' lend £18,000 on average for first homes

by: Dick Stroud

Nearly a third of potential first-time buyers (31%) anticipate financial help from their parents, according to new research commissioned by the Council of Mortgage Lenders. But even more (35%) say that they would need financial help to be able to enter the housing market.

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Making The Complex Simple

by: Roger Dooley

We recently covered new research that showed an interesting inversion of feelings about decisions in our post, Simple Marketing for Complex Products. Simply put, individuals were happier with decisions about complex issues that were made intuitively, but were also happier with decisions about simple issues that had been carefully analyzed.

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Simple Marketing for Complex Products

by: Roger Dooley

The more complex a decision is, the more thought and deliberation it requires, right? As intuitive and seemingly obvious as that statement seems, new research shows that it’s not true, at least in some kinds of situations.

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Lexus - Less Pain, More Gain

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Green Neuromarketing

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Godin’s Joy/Cash Curve and Buying Pain

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Painful Sushi and Other Pricing Blunders

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