By Jim McCarthy Oct 8, 2010 7 comments

Dynamic Pricing Post Upcoming

A few days ago, there was a bit of a discussion about pricing, and as part of that, Erin from Fort Worth Opera asked if I could delve into the issues of Dynamic Pricing and the current state of the art.

The answer is:  no.  I really can’t.  I’ve studied the issue, but I’m not qualified to talk about it in a way that is helpful to people in any kind of depth.

BUT, have no fear!  I know someone who can, and he has agreed to write up a little post for Live 2.0 readers, and of course, I’ll share it with my 2amt friends as well.  Barry Kahn, the founder of Qcue, has agreed to respond to Erin’s request because I think there will be a fairly broad interest in hearing what he has to say on the subject.  Barry is hellaciously smart and he’s been studying and working on this issue for a long time, so you’ll want to hear what he has to say.

I’m not sure when he’ll finish that post, but I’d guess about middle of next week.  It’s worth staying tuned for.

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