Posted by Shannon Suetos on March 31, 2010 in Business News, Internet Marketing, Marketing [ 1 Comment ]
Last week Google launched a new tool in AdWords simply named remarketing. Aitan Weinberg, the product manager at Google told DM News that, “Remarketing allows [marketers] to advertise to users who have previously visited their Web site. For example, an advertiser could leverage search to drive traffic to its site, and then later use remarketing to target those people that visited its site when they … Read More
Posted by Shannon Suetos on March 30, 2010 in Business News [ 0 Comments ]
Job seekers have much on their plate. They need to have a great resume to stand out from X amount of other applicants, be able to write a great cover letter and of course market themselves as the perfect person for the job. But a new study done by Microsoft is enlightening seekers they need to think about their social networking presence as well.
According … Read More
Posted by Cyndi Lundeberg on March 29, 2010 in Business News [ 2 Comments ]
Today barely anything for the American workforce is guaranteed or instituted to protect them by their companies. In this economic crisis companies are sometimes forced to cut into employee benefits and health care packages just to remain a functioning company. While removing employee health care benefits would definitely save a company money, it does so at the expense of the hardworking employee. One company who … Read More
Posted by David Liu on March 29, 2010 in Internet Marketing, Marketing, Web 2.0, Web Design [ 0 Comments ]
With recent news that Facebook.com has taken over Google’s place as the most visited website in America, the social networking site’s web designers, as well as smaller search engine developers, may be cheering.
Now however, with the focus of the web shifting towards peer-to-peer communication and away from search engines, Google was apparently planning ahead when it shelled out nearly $750-million for AdMob in … Read More
Posted by Cyndi Lundeberg on March 26, 2010 in Business News [ 0 Comments ]
Each person deals with the loss of a loved one or family member in a variety of ways, some take time to grieve, while others utilize the pain caused to do something about it. After losing his grandmother to a serious fall MIT and Harvard student Erez Liebermen-Aiden searched for could have been done to save his grandmothers life. In an internship with NASA he … Read More
Posted by Shannon Suetos on March 25, 2010 in Financial Services [ 0 Comments ]
Most of us know that paying the minimum payment on your credit card will NOT get you out of debt. But have you ever wondered how long it would actually take? Well thanks to the Credit Card Act or CARD you will no longer have to ponder over it. CARD now makes it mandatory to put right on your statement how long it will take … Read More
Posted by Cyndi Lundeberg on March 24, 2010 in Business News, Business Start Up Advice [ 0 Comments ]
Currently around 15 million or 10% of the American workforce is unemployed and economists don’t suspect a recovery anytime soon. Alisa Weinstein, a business executive and entrepreneur, detailed some progressive steps which job seekers should employ to find a job in these tough economic times.
Weinstein’s first pointer for American’s looking for a job is narrow your search. Weinstein asserts that submitting job applications … Read More
Posted by David Liu on March 23, 2010 in Business Financing, Business Management, Business News, Business Start Up Advice, Financial Services [ 0 Comments ]
Financing a small business can involve many different factors, from finding angel investors to taking out loans to using equity investments to fund your company. While there are plenty of ways to go about your search, remember to start off clean, even if you intend to use your own investments.
For venture capital investing, or start-up companies, putting in your own money to finance a … Read More
Posted by Shannon Suetos on March 23, 2010 in Uncategorized [ 1 Comment ]
With the health care bill before President Obama, small business owners should take note of provisions that they may need to make by 2014. The main point to consider is how you will set up your Small Business Health Options Program, or SHOP Exchanges. These exchanges allow small businesses to partner together and buy insurance.
Until 2014, SMB’s with 10 or less full time employees … Read More
Posted by Cyndi Lundeberg on March 19, 2010 in Business News, Phone Systems [ 0 Comments ]
A solar eclipse or meteor shower are astrological phenomenon’s that most people miss simply because they had no idea that they were occurring. Luckily, Weather.com has created an information system that contacts people all over the world (even Antarctica) via their cell phones about coming events in the sky. This development, known as the Spaceweather PHONE, is a monthly service that simultaneously calls your phone and sends the user an email about upcoming events.