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Why do you need to know about the pricing of your competition in the first place? If you're offering great value, people will buy from you even if you're charging 5 times more. If you want to offer the lowest price possible to get more clients, then ask yourself how little can you actually charge...

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If your product is truly better undercutting the undercutter is a good temporary marketing strategy. Just make sure your business can afford to do so. Their business model might allow them to simply charge less because of efficiency factors that you might have. Or your prices might simply be a ...

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There's never a substitute for building your product and talking to customers. If you're not well versed in growth hacking, let's talk. Depending on your market, there's a variety of algorithmic ways to pursue customers and hundreds of API's to power the pursuit. The one insight I have here...

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The best defence is a strong offence. Said another way, the best companies don't spend too much time looking in the rear-view mirror, and instead focusing on the drive ahead. Most web and mobile businesses are not defensible by true I.P but rather speed of execution, great design, responsive an...

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Agreed. Pownce and FriendFeed were both hailed as Twitter competitors in the early days. In 2008 Twitter was consistently plagued by downtime as they had trouble scaling. However, the service was simple and easy to use and they did a great job getting early digital influencers and celebs onboard ...

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They've kept it simple, you don't need to fill up sign up forms and remember your user name. Your GSM SIM card is your identity. Secondly, they tightly focused on SMS market. Didn't go for multi party video conferencing, screen sharing, and other seemingly cool stuff.

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Since you do not have a duty to disclose prior art to the USPTO, you could approach your competitor and try to negotiate a license for their patent pending technology. However, there are two caveats to this approach. First, your competitor does have a duty to disclose prior art to the USPTO. If ...

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This is a good one. I'd recommend reading The Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen. It provides a lot of insight into how companies get so invested into what they've built that they have a tough time identifying if/when to adapt to emerging technologies, behaviors, and helps identify how...

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In order to even attempt to answer your question and a person would need a deep understanding of your business, the services/products offered, your business model, and maybe most importantly your market. And in my opinion discovering a powerful and effective USP can be one of the most valuable a...

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BuiltWith is awesome, but not for this. It only shows you what sites are built with the tech, and often Magento / Drupal developers have websites for themselves that are on simpler platforms (for example, a Magento developer isn't selling products so they don't need an ecommerce platform like Ma...

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