Spring is an exciting time for gardeners. Even before warm weather sets in, gardeners must complete a set of activities that will pay off in an abundant growing season. It’s the same with your intranet. Maintenance tasks need to be completed daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly to keep your intranet fresh, lively, and useful.... More »Spring Maintenance for Your Intranet
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iStream, The Online Video Portal Shuts Down. Who Killed It – The Indian Audience Or The VC Community?Business 2 Community - Sun, Jun 2, 2013 3:20 PM EDT
Last year during October, Google had announced that it plans to sell premium online content to Indians via YouTube. I went gungho at the news and believed that Indians were ready to consume premium content. But I was so wrong! It started with Flipkart closing Flyte after a year but when Medianama broke the story... More »iStream, The Online Video Portal Shuts Down. Who Killed It – The Indian Audience Or The VC Community?
The web is a scary place. It’s full of hackers, hijackers and loonies. Here’s how to protect yourself. #1 Be Unhackable EVERYTHING lives in your email, so it’s critical to have a strong password for it. Here’s how to make one. Think of a phrase (like a refrain from a song, or some sentence you... More »Top 5 Ways to Protect Yourself Online
Scott Walker, a recent marketing graduate, said he went to Brigham Young University because his parents are alumni of the school. As a junior in 2011, the Oregon native invented waterproof electronic gadgets such as headphones, earphones, and iPod Shuffles. Walker’s innovative use of sealants, plastics, and proprietary sealing processes has earned him recognition as... More »BYU Student Scores with Waterproof Electronics
As the leader of VerticalResponse, I wear a lot of hats and do many things. The one thing I’m not down with is being in a popularity contest because this isn’t high school, it’s my business and my No. 1 priority is to serve my customers and my investors. But, this doesn’t mean I’m not... More »Don’t Aim to Be Popular, Be Effective
Is it possible that in an organization with weak or limited project sponsor capability, the project management office (PMO) could act as a sponsor for smaller projects? It is surely better to do this rather than not use sponsors at all. If a particular project is in direct support of the organization’s project practices (e.g.,... More »The PMO as the Project Sponsor
We asked Steve Adams, CEO of Fusebill, a few questions about his company and view of the markets they serve. GetApp: Who are you and what is your role in the company? I’m Steve Adams CEO at Fusebill an automated billing and payments platform for subscription based companies. I’ve been leading high-tech and software companies... More »“Choose a Billing Partner That Can Meet Your Needs” – Interview With Steve Adams, CEO of Fusebill
Quick Question: Who’s got more leverage, you or Google? Was that difficult? Try another one: Would it be more helpful to have Google’s resources working ON YOUR BEHALF, or to have those resources targeting you for penalties? If you’re still unsure, here are some facts about Google Google has more than 30,000 employees (my company... More »Put Google to Work for You
In lead generation, there will always be pointless debates about the age of a certain method and whether or not such practices still work. If it has been shown to work, then skeptics focused on the age as if it discredited its place in modern lead generation strategies. If it was proven to fail in... More »Lead Generation Tips – Use What Only Keeps Working
Hefty vs. Wimpy. Google vs. Bing. FedEx vs. UPS. General Motors vs. Ford. Brand rivalries are nothing new to the marketing world and have been known to get so fierce that company executives “hate” each other. While we don’t recommend making enemies out of your competitors anytime soon, these rivalries provide interesting marketing ideas and... More »5 Shocking Ways to Call Out Your Competitors
In 1956, CBS debuted a game show entitled, To Tell the Truth, where contestants asked questions of a three person panel in an effort to discover their real identity. The panelists all claimed to be the same person and after the cross-examination period, contestants offered a conjecture as to who was telling the truth. The... More »Will the Real You Please Stand Up?
Email is undoubtedly a big part of many businesses’ daily operations, however it can be notoriously unproductive at the same time; causing distractions, clogging up servers and attracting spam every hour of the day. So how can we make our business email a productive tool in our daily operations? Spam Filters Spam filters are the... More »Making Business Email Work
We all love sunny weather. And yet, at least here, in the Pacific Northwest, when the clouds part and the sun appears, people start squinting and reaching for sunglasses. We can obviously see clearer in cloudy weather. That got me thinking. I always aimed for a clean desk, organized papers, emptied Inbox, and scheduled appointments... More »Why is Clutter Better Than a Clean Desk?
Greg Rudolph is a college senior and honors student at Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business and the Barrett Honors College. He is also a 20 something that happened upon a business idea and is now juggling the roles of college student and entrepreneur as his business lights up! Walking around campus... More »ASU College Student Lights Up the Night with Skateboard Accessory