3 Technology Solutions to Track Business Trends

3 Technology Solutions to Track Business Trends

This guest post is by Lawrence Feldman. Lawrence manages a small tech company and works as a freelancer when he’s not taking MBA classes. Top-tier managers and accountants love metrics. Quantitative measures are the be-all and end-all for number crunches in the business world. Goal-setting and company objectives hinge on increasing or decreasing numbers. Airlines want [...]

Top Cloud Storage and Backup Trends for 2013

Top Cloud Storage and Backup Trends for 2013

Today’s guest post is by Jessica Reich. Jessica is a freelance writer from Minneapolis To say that the cloud computing industry is experiencing rapid growth is the understatement of the century. What started with a three-model approach—Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)—now features several different cloud computing models over a wide range of IT disciplines. [...]

Accelerate Your Computer Time

Accelerate Your Computer Time

Today’s guest post is from Allison Rice, who is the Marketing Director for Amsterdam Printing (www.amsterdamprinting.com), a leading provider of custom and promotional pens and other promotional products to grow your business and thank customers. Allison regularly contributes to the Promo & Marketing Wall blog, where she provides actionable business tips. Computers have engrained themselves into every aspect of [...]

Restructuring Your Business in the Cloud

Restructuring Your Business in the Cloud

Today’s guest post is from Zoe Maldonado. Zoe is a freelance writer and blogger for TechBreach who enjoys writing about all things mobile and electronic and spending time with her very active twin boys. 5 Must Try Web Applications for Your Small Business Many businesses are finding the value in switching to cloud technology for [...]

SXSW From The Sidelines

SXSW From The Sidelines

This is the first year I haven’t attended SXSW in seven years. I’ve attended badged, unbadged as a speaker and as an attendee. This year I was in both the fortunate and unfortunate position of being swamped with work. I was very tempted when a big brand offered me a free ticket and transportation to [...]

Why Online Real Estate Matters for Your Small Business

Today A Guest Post from President and COO of www.reputationchanger.com, Mike Zammuto. Have you ever gone to sign up for a new URL for a company website or blog — or perhaps to activate a company Twitter account or Facebook page — and been disappointed to find that the account name or URL you hoped [...]

3 Things Your Business Should Spend On Before Social Media

3 Things Your Business Should Spend On Before Social Media

I have no doubt that you have already seen a dozen posts on the best Social Media tips and tricks for 2013, but before you start writing your must do list of Social Media I want to encourage you to spend money on three different things before you do. Before I get into the three [...]

Small Businesses Need PR lessons

As an author and writer I regularly use the service HARO (Help A Reporter Out) I’ve actually been using it for a few years now. If you are looking for sources, comments, ideas etc on a story you are writing it is, in my experience, the best service available – especially as it is free! [...]

Did LinkedIn Just Kill Its Value?

Did LinkedIn Just Kill Its Value?

LinkedIn introduced a new feature this week., endorsements based on keywords. On the surface this might look like a great idea. After all getting people to actually write you a recommendation can be difficult and time consuming but if all they have to do is click a button well that should speed the process up. [...]

Fancy and The $15 Fakes

Fancy and The $15 Fakes

I’ve been using Fancy for sometime now and for the most part I really like it as a discover tool particularly for fashion. Essentially it is a Pinterest competitor. Fancy touted its integration with one click buying as being the major difference between it and Pinterest and other “Pin” board copies. While that might be [...]