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Yahoo Needs a Lifeboat Not a Logo

Yahoo Needs a Lifeboat Not a Logo Avatar Posted by lyceum under News
From http://www.bloomberg.com 226 days ago
Made Hot by: techmedia on September 10, 2013 3:54 am
By Megan McArdle:

“Rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic” has some new competition for phrase meaning pointless business activity at failing firm: “rearranging the fonts in your logo.” Today, ending a futile "30 Days of Change" Web campaign, Yahoo announced "a new design it could live with, Read More

Brody Dorland on the Next Chapter of DivvyHQ [podcast]

Brody Dorland on the Next Chapter of DivvyHQ [podcast] Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From http://www.b2binbound.com 231 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on September 9, 2013 3:46 pm
By Greg Elwell:

Upon notification that DivvyHQ (the spreadsheet-free editorial calendar solution) was about to get an overhaul, I invited it's co-founder and CEO, Brody Dorland to come back on the show and explain what the next chapter of this web-based tool was all about. It was back in April o Read More
From Jon Buscall's podcast show:

Neicole Crepeau joins the show to about Clipsi, an enterprise social collaboration solution that enables business users to clip content from web pages and files, and put the clips on boards where teams can collaborate and connect to related people, conversations, Read More

Time to Rewind with Vine

Time to Rewind with Vine Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From http://egoist.blogspot.se 245 days ago
Made Hot by: logistico on August 22, 2013 3:13 am
Have you charged your batteries during the summer? Are you ready to "rise to the top" and go back to work? I will kick-off my podcast interviews again, starting in September. Please stay tuned...

By the way: Do you think that Vine will create a compilation page for your vines sometime in the fut Read More

Your Startup Checklist: Five Key Things to do Before You Launch

Your Startup Checklist: Five Key Things to do Before You Launch Avatar Posted by lyceum under Startups
From http://spinsucks.com 246 days ago
Made Hot by: sophia2 on August 17, 2013 10:24 am
By Matt Boyd:

The biggest responsibility of an early stage entrepreneur is answering this question: Do people want or need the product you’re offering?

It’s a bit of a catch 22.

No product, no testing. No testing, no feedback.

No feedback…well, you see where I’m going with this.

Fort Read More
By Lynne Strang:

If you're into music, you may know that Dexter Holland is the lead singer for The Offspring, a punk-rock band. What's less known is the fact that he's also a successful entrepreneur and a scientist. Holland started a hot sauce company, Gringo Bandito, when he was in his early 40 Read More

The Power of One Simple Question

The Power of One Simple Question Avatar Posted by lyceum under Customer Service
From http://timberry.bplans.com 246 days ago
Made Hot by: FutureVision on August 23, 2013 1:41 pm
By Tim Berry:

I like this. If you want real customer feedback, keep it simple. My friend Stephen Lahey, of Small Business Talent, understand email, and who he’s talking to, when he asks his small business owner clients one simple question: Read More

Exclusive advices from Björn Jakobson founder of BabyBjörn

Exclusive advices from Björn Jakobson founder of BabyBjörn Avatar Posted by lyceum under Strategy
From http://detectivemarketing.com 246 days ago
Made Hot by: Digitaladvert on August 25, 2013 11:12 am
By Stefan Engeseth:

Today BabyBjörn is a multi million business that started off with a humble investment of 300 Euros and hard work – for example traveling 110 days each year for 25 years. Behind all the work I sense a unique leadership that seems to be based on more than the traditional “walk Read More

Staying a step ahead: the economic benefit of gimmicks

Staying a step ahead: the economic benefit of gimmicks Avatar Posted by lyceum under Technology
From http://jackyan.com 246 days ago
Made Hot by: FutureVision on August 26, 2013 12:55 pm
By Jack Yan:

When I proposed free wifi as a campaign policy in 2009, it was seen as gimmicky by some. I wasn’t a serious candidate, some thought. But those ideas that have demand, such as wifi, have a way of becoming mainstream. The gimmicky tag is lost.
Just as it was lost with the microwav Read More

Why Your Business Should Start Podcasting

Why Your Business Should Start Podcasting Avatar Posted by lyceum under Social Media
From http://egonetcast.com 251 days ago
Made Hot by: DigiTechBlog on August 14, 2013 1:00 pm
By Daniel Adetunji:

According to Comscore statistics, males between the ages of 18-24 more likely download podcasts via Itunes… I was amazed at a report by Mediaweek. It was estimated that podcasting generated over $400 million in Ads in 2011, and the doubled has tripled in 2013.

According to Read More

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