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Buying – A (Small) Piece of the Puzzle
"It is really important to remember that people don’t buy things to buy them. They buy to solve a problem or satisfy a desire. They want to get something done. You don’t buy a house and then just admire it and do nothing with it. Buying the house often triggers more buying as you “make it your own.” You get value from buying the house because it is a great place to live and it makes you happy."
go-to-market  b2bsales  buying  cycle  enablement  problem  solving  sales  value 
14 days ago by jonerp
The harsh economics of open source – Hacker Noon
In the free market, the laws of supply and demand would suggest that the lower the price of something is, the easier it is to sell it — Based on this, you could infer that something which costs $0…
opensource  floss  economical  problem  issue 
15 days ago by gilberto5757

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