4 August 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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Mythbusting About Reverse Auctions: Myth Number Two – Reverse Auctions May be Great for Commodity Purchases, But They Cannot be Used for Service Acquisitions

This is the fourth installment in a series of articles from Dr. David C. Wyld, Director of the Reverse Auction Research Center. In these articles, Dr. Wyld takes on many of the misconceptions that are out there concerning reverse auctions, dispelling the myths about competitive bidding and dispensing the truths – the realities – about this important acquisition tool. In this fourth article, we take on the myth that reverse auctions can’t be utilized in contracting for services, showing that competitive bidding can be leveraged for a wide array of both goods and services.

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20 July 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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Mythbusting About Reverse Auctions: Myth Number Three – Reverse Auctions Have High Upfront Costs

This is the third installment in a series of articles from Dr. David C. Wyld, Director of the Reverse Auction Research Center. In these articles, Dr. Wyld takes on many of the misconceptions that are out there concerning reverse auctions, dispelling the myths about competitive bidding and dispensing the truths – the realities – about this important acquisition tool. In this third article, we take on the myth that reverse auctions require a great deal of upfront investment – both in terms of dedication of time and money.

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10 June 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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Mythbusting About Reverse Auctions: Myth Number Two – Reverse Auctions are Just for The Largest Corporate Buyers

This is the second installment in a series of articles from Dr. David C. Wyld, Director of the Reverse Auction Research Center. In these articles, Dr. Wyld takes on many of the misconceptions that are out there concerning reverse auctions, dispelling the myths about competitive bidding and dispensing the truths – the realities – about this important acquisition tool. In this second article, we take on the myth that reverse auctions are a procurement tool that can only be utilized by the biggest, blue-chip companies. We show the simple calculus as to why progressive small and medium-sized firms are rapidly putting competitive bidding to work for them in both their sales and procurement operations.

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3 June 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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Tackling The Myths About Reverse Auctions: Myth Number One – Reverse Auctions are Not a Tool That Can be Used in Governmental Acquisition

This is the first of a series of articles authored by Dr. David C. Wyld, Director of the Reverse Auction Research Center. In these articles, Dr. Wyld takes on many of the misconceptions that are out there concerning reverse auctions, dispelling the myths about competitive bidding and dispensing the truths – the realities – about this important acquisition tool. In this first article, we take on the myth that reverse auctions cannot be employed by government agencies.

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1 June 2015, by Cristina Olvera

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Survey Sites That Pay

Taking surveys is not the greatest way to make extra money, but if you don’t mind sitting for hours at time, yelling at your computer and going blind from the hours spent staring at the computer screen, then it is an effective way.

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1 June 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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Tackling The Myths About Reverse Auctions: Overview

This article is the first in a series of articles written by David C. Wyld, Laborde Professor of Management at Southeastern Louisiana University and Director of the Reverse Auction Research Center, addressing the myths and realities of reverse auctions and competitive bidding.

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2 May 2015, by Bob Craypoe

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Make Sure Your Roots are Firmly Planted Before You Try to Branch Out

Sometimes we want so much for things to happen for us that we try to rush things instead of really thinking things out.

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2 April 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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The Strange Case of #Askjameis: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Florida State University

This article, authored by Ronald Champagne while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

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25 March 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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The Strange Case of Spaghettios The Humanity!: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Campbell’s Soup Company

This article, authored by Stephen Garrett while an MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

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24 March 2015, by Good Advice Publishing Company

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The Strange Case of My Ultimate Bucket List Campaign &Ndash; Too Soon!: An Analysis of a Social Media Lesson Learned The Hard Way by Malaysia Airlines System

This article, authored by Phuong Nguyen while a MBA student in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, is another installment in a series of articles where current MBA students analyze a social media blunder committed by an organization – and how others can learn from their faux pas.

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