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#artspricing Twitter chat

Amelia Northrup-Simpson | July 22, 2014 7:38 AM

July 22 at 2 EDT/11 PDT

 

Edit: Thanks to everyone who attended this chat! Find the transcript below.

 

Original description:

Ready for the kick-off of your season or fall events? More importantly, is your pricing strategy ready? Tune up your thinking and practices in this hour-long Twitter chat with industry colleagues, TRG pricing expert Lindsay Homer, and moderator Amelia Northrup-Simpson. We'll discuss topics like dynamic pricing, discounting, managing inventory, and more. Bring your own favorite pricing ideas and the burning pricing strategy questions you’ve always wanted to have answered.

What’s a Twitter chat?

A Twitter chat is a public Twitter conversation on a specific topic occurring on a hashtag, in this case #artspricing. This hashtag allows anyone on Twitter to follow the discussion and participate in it.

In a Twitter chat, the moderator usually puts forth questions for participants to respond to. In this chat, there will also be open time at the end especially for your questions.

How to join:

A little before the chat time, go to http://tweetchat.com/room/artspricing. You can also participate on Twitter directly on the hashtag #artspricing. More on how to participate in Twitter chats.







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