Have you ever wondered which social network you should focus most of your efforts on? Have you ever dreamed of magically zeroing in on your desired target audience? In this article I’ll show you how to extract the best intelligence from a Zintro infographic on the topic of ‘Leveraging Yourself As An Expert By Using Social Media’.
The articles in this category deal with emerging technologies and how small businesses can benefit from them.
At the latest ‘IGNITION WEST: Future of Mobile’ conference in San Francisco, Business Insider’s Gobry, Cocotas, and Blodget put together a deck on the current trends in mobile, looking closely at the growth of smartphones and tablets, the platform wars, and how consumers are actually using their devices. Find out the key take aways, and what you need to do with your website…
The best time to consider cost-saving measures is before the CFO comes knocking on your door.
The May 2008 issue of Inc. Magazine features a bunch of free tools that you may find useful for your business.
CNET’s security blogger Michael Horowitz described extensively in a recent blog entry why it is so important to upgrade right away your browsers on Macs, Linux and Windows to Flash Player’s version 220.127.116.11.
Fruitless sessions are a clear sign your company isn’t doing it the right way.
New federal rules governing civil litigation went into effect.
What’s the best way to deal with content thefts?
Canadian writer Vera Bass on two approaches for new online ventures.
Storing your content and/or site navigation in Flash movies is plain wrong.
Fight copyright infringement, copyright violation, and content theft.
People spend time and effort to create videos, then post them for free on YouTube. But why?
Good book for anyone out there who wants to become an agent of change.
Will splogging and comment/trackback spam ruin the wonderful features of the Internet?
Blogs have gone from self-indulgent hobbies to flourishing businesses. Find out about the key factors for success.
Code reviews bring many advantages to a complex project – uncover bugs, encourage consistent coding standards, easier to maintain over time.
The nuts and bolts of usability testing, and how you’ll get more out of it.
Four part essay on starting up your own technology company. Lots of insightful checklists.
Your personal checklist if your site meets the basic requirements for search engine friendliness.
Feature on why drills, dry-runs, and simulations are critical before launching.