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Four Ways to Market Like a Startup

Source: Four Ways to Market Like a Startup By: Brian Gregg and Vivian Weng The culture of “big” — big budgets, big campaigns, big reports — has driven marketing decisions and budgets for decades. But “big” is often cumbersome and

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If You’re Serious About Ideas, Get Serious About Blogging

Source: If You’re Serious About Ideas, Get Serious About Blogging By: Dorie Clark These days, Pinterest and Instagram get all the headlines as companies desperately racing to establish a beachhead on what could be the next mega-platform. But that doesn’t

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iTunes Not Exactly Break-Even Anymore

Source : iTunes Not Exactly Break-Even Anymore. > Conceived as a low-margin “break-even” operation intended to drive hardware sales, Apple’s iTunes Store may be evolving into a significant profit center for the company, thanks to the addition of some new

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Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many

Source: Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many IN the 1960s, mainframe computers posed a significant technological challenge to common notions of privacy. That’s when the federal government started putting tax returns into those giant machines, and consumer

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All About SEO on WordPress.com

All About SEO on WordPress.com.

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Keep internet free and open

This is the one that I read from here and I am just trying to spread it out 🙂 “Starting in 1973, when my colleagues and I proposed the technology behind the Internet, we advocated for an open standard to

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