There's a difference between 'haggling' and 'arguing' over price. Haggling is fine, and here's how to spot it.
Expanding on Seth Godin's arguments about the rare times it makes sense to charge an hourly freelance rate.
One LinkedIn follower who truly appreciates what you've done for him, and wants to pay back that favor some day, is worth more than 1,000 "connections."
In a hurry? Learn WordPress. Need experience? Volunteer. Can you afford school? Then go. And work for someone else when starting out.
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GoDaddy's former support of SOPA / PIPA was offensive and wrong-headed, but it's not enough to get me to change registrars.
Chris Anderson provides a good introductory course on the economics of the Information Age, but doesn't tell us what we don't already know.
A game developer's gaming of the Apple Store reveals how pricing and value interact, and specifically reveals why a higher price is often a better price.
The right pricing plan reinforces the value of your work, garners good customers, prevents price wars and ensures you stay in business.
A reader recently asked what, exactly, makes me a computer programming expert. It's the same thing that gets you to Carnegie Hall: Practice. Lots of practice.