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  • 1). How to Analyze a Competitor’s Website  By : Halstatt Pires
    Competitors' websites, if analyzed properly, can give you all sorts of information that you can use to increase the traffic and the popularity of your site. Here is an article on how to analyze a competitor's website. Identifying the Leaders Start off by identifying the major players. A good place to do this is Yahoo’s directory. It is good to view the major players in similar fields to your own so that you have a better view of your web site as perceived by others.
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  • 3). Competitors - Learn To Exploit Their Weaknesses  By : Joshua Feinberg
    Competitors are one of your largest business threats. You have to know who your competitors are and how they operate. You will use this information to decide how to position yourself, where you price yourself, and how you're perceived by your marketplace. Competitor Analysis When you research your competitors you should list what kinds of companies are your biggest competition.
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  • 6). The Top Ten Marketing Tips You Don’t Want To Overlook  By : Allyn_Cutts
    1. Combine Emotion and Logic Consumers buy because the want to experience the benefits of the product or service you have to offer. Evoke those feeling that your clients will experience once they have the product in their hands... and you’ve made a sale. It isn’t until after the sale that they want to justify the purchase. Prepare them with the logical aspects of the purchase before they get the after-the-sale-blues.
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  • 7). Your consumers may know more about your competitors than you do!  By : Jeremy L. Knauff
    It wasn't long ago that consumers had a limited selection of companies that they could choose to deal with. This was often dictated by geographical boundaries, how much or what type of advertising was used, and specific needs. That isn't the case anymore. Thanks to the internet and the declining cost to advertise through a growing number of mediums, companies are able to compete on a national and sometimes even global scale.
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