stories filed under: "imitation"

Innovation

by Mike Masnick


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business strategy, imitation, innovation


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12:21 If Your Business Model Is Based On Hoping Your Customers Never Do Math, You're In Trouble (23)
06:40 Second Humble Indie Bundle Does Even Better Than The First (54)

Friday

19:39 The Myth Of Razors And Razor Blades (56)
06:04 Freakonomics Does 'Pay What You Want' Screening (33)

Thursday

14:39 Software Startups Realizing That Cookie-Cutter Freemium Doesn't Always Work Well (20)

Wednesday

15:37 How Microsoft Missed The Disruptive Innovation In Paid Search (48)

Friday

18:32 Why Waiting Until A New Business Model Is Proven Doesn't Work (39)

Wednesday

17:10 Yes, People Can Comment On Content Business Models Without Having Produced Hit Content (171)
11:16 Pay What You Want Works Much Better With A Charity Component (18)

Monday

16:10 Google Tries To Make It Easy For Anyone To Create Android Apps (41)

Friday

19:39 Lack Of Food Copyright Helps Restaurant Innovation Thrive (213)

Thursday

11:17 Is It Better To *Require* Or *Request* Something In Return For Free Content? (55)

Wednesday

23:31 Newspapers Doing Well With Membership Clubs Instead Of Paywalls (11)
08:23 The Lack Of A 'Golden Ticket' Business Model Doesn't Mean You Give Up And Go Home (39)
05:54 UK Hairdresser Fined For Playing Music Even Though He Tried To Be Legal (609)

Tuesday

13:26 High Quality Fan Flick Leads To $8 Million Hybrid Fan/Investor Funded Pro Film (6)
07:47 Ideas vs. Execution Shows Why Competition Is A Good Thing (7)

Thursday

15:41 Kickstarter Conundrum: Money Changes Everything... But What If It Doesn't Let You Change Enough? (14)
03:47 Copying Is Often Efficient And Smart (40)

Tuesday

10:03 Forget The Early Adopters: Gadget Companies Should Target The Late Leapfroggers (19)

Friday

06:41 People Pay For Access, Not Content... But Most People Don't Understand The Difference (108)

Wednesday

10:46 Writer David Gerrold Highlights Why Any Industry That Thinks File Sharing Is Bad Is Ignoring Customers (54)

Monday

09:00 Zappos Admits Pricing Mistake Cost It $1.6 Million; But Is Upfront About Taking The Hit Itself (31)

Wednesday

20:28 Some Final Stats On The Humble Indie Bundle (34)
10:27 Panera Bread Testing The 'Pay What You Want' Model (28)

Monday

13:47 Reinventing Book Publishing: Building Real Communities, And Only Holding Rights For Three Years (10)

Thursday

17:19 Successful Businesses Focus On Innovating (2)

Wednesday

20:34 Restaurants Experiment With Selling Tickets For Dinner (23)

Tuesday

15:59 Humble Indie Bundle Hits One Million In Sales... Goes Open Source (45)

Wednesday

14:19 World Of Goo (This Time With Four Friends) Tries The Pay What You Want Model Once Again (20)
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