Is modern technology creating a culture of distraction?
By Mathew Ingram, gigaom.com
Are all the modern devices and digital conveniences we have at our disposal — from the web and social media to smartphones and tablets — making us more distracted and less able to concentrate? And is this harming our ability to thi…
Alan Turing’s 100th: 12 Celebratory Images From Across the Web
Allegra Tepper, mashable.com
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Alan Turing represents different things to different people. He was a mathematician, logician, computer scientist extraordinaire and a…
30 minutes or more: Why web content keeps getting longer
By Liz Shannon Miller, gigaom.com
When I first started covering online video, the site I wrote for had only one hard-and-fast rule: If a video was more than five minutes long, it had no place being on the Internet. But that was over five years ago, a time before YouTube’s…
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Social Media is becoming the Number One tool for Marketing Online
This Video gives a valuable insight into the ever growing Impact and Power of Social Media
Website Stat Counter - How To Easily Track Your Website Statistics
Richard Petrillo, workwithrichardp.com
Are You Tracking Your Website Statistics With A Website Stat Counter?
There are some very powerful tools out there which will allow you to find just about anything regarding your website traffic statistics.
Google Analytic’s being th…
How Public Relations, Marketing and Sales Work Together
A question that entrepreneurs often ask me is “What should I focus on to make my business more successful: PR, Marketing or Sales?”
You probably think that I’d say PR without question, right? But the reality is a business…
With $42M more, 10gen wants to take MongoDB mainstream
By Derrick Harris, gigaom.com
10gen, the creator and commercial entity behind the popular MongoDB database, has raised another $42 million and wants to take the technology to an application near you. New Enterprise Associates led the round, with 10gen’s…
What Really Drives Customer Loyalty? It’s Not Just About the Experience!
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
Customer loyalty is at the heart of a truly customer-centric business strategy. Over the years I’ve found fairly consistently that the custom…
10-Step Guide to Social Link Building
Download this new guide to access ten quick ways to start building inbound links using social media
A business that doesn’t generate inbound links is like a car without gas: it exists, but doesn’t work. So how can you pump more gas into your…
8 Great Tips to Increase Your Blog Comments
Aha! Struck a chord, eh? Probably the #1 biggest issue I get from frustrated, beleaguered bloggers is that of the empty comments box. I know, I’ve been there, and often times, I’m still there, resorting to a steady stream of urgent pleas f…
Building Social into Marketing is a Significant Competitive Advantage
Social businesses have a significant competitive advantage, as they keep pace with today’s market. Now that consumers are more connected, informed, and empowered than most businesses, a growing gap persists between…
Social Networks: Understanding Each One | SiteProNews: Webmaster News & Resources
By Natalia Morais in Social Networking, sitepronews.com
You know you should listen to your customers and you are aware that social media has been the new way for people to express their opinions about products and services. But what are the platforms available and what are the differences…
Big Data Can Create a Significant Competitive Advantage - The CIO Report -
By Michael Hickins, wsj.com
Big data – analytic algorithms applied to vast amounts of data in a variety of repositories – can produce significant competitive advantages for companies in just about every kind of industry, panelists speaking at the MIT Sloa…
Globalization Plays a Bit Part in Environmental Issues -
Pankaj Ghemawat, hbr.org
It is inevitable that prices don’t always account for all the costs and benefits for all the people touched by a transaction. Externalities can come in good forms and bad. But the most frequently discussed externalities are those associated with…
Would SOPA Have Protected the American Economy?
May 25, 2012 by Kevin Collier for The Daily Dot 3, mashable.com
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A new study by the Chamber of Commerce has provoked fears that the next iteration of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) will come wrapped in claims of protecting America’s economy and labor…