In the nonprofit world, "finance" is a tricky subject. Most of us would prefer to think about mission rather than the bottom line. And taking care of the financial part of the equation - in the midst of dozens of other pressing duties - can be daunting.
How long has it been since you considered the placement of your social buttons? Do you know if longer or shorter tweets convert better? What phrases in your profile attract the most followers? When is the best time to share to reach the most people?
This is our second excerpt from Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success by Ken Segall, a close collaborator with Jobs for over a decade. To read the first, on how the iMac was almost called the MacMan, go here.
The refrain’s all too familiar. We live in a time of radical transparency and thanks to the rise of social media, brands are now co-owned. Look no further than the recent twitstorms engulfing Kenneth Cole (spring collection causes Cairo uprising?
Beneath the crude language and haughty accounts of last night’s mishaps, Texts from Last Night holds some critical lessons for anyone who’s involved in creating or marketing content online. Namely, what is it that makes content really good?
Additive Manufacturing, aka 3D Printing, will reach $3.1 billion worldwide by 2016 and $5.2 billion by 2020. In the 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing world, you can’t go far without hearing the name: Terry Wohlers.
une 15, 2012 – Green Mountain management is in talks with a Canadian oil project developer to discuss the terms of an Oil Project Development Agreement to assist the company with certain preliminary development work including project due diligence, investor presentations, identification of project capital sources and negotiation of a joint venture (JV) agreement between investors and the company.
Indiegogo, the website that allows people to contribute money to the causes, artistic projects, and small companies they support, has attracted a good amount of success in the four years since it was founded in early 2008.
Mistakes. We all make them, and ideally we learn from them. But even the smallest of mistakes on your website can sometimes cause big problems. And big problems with a website can cause lost traffic, money and jobs.
After racing through Congress at near break-neck speed, the acronym-friendly Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the JOBS Act) has stranded in the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs (“Senate Banking Committee”) at least 11...
Babies, biological cultures, and businesses - they all need a little help, at least at first. Incubation means that something is being grown in controlled conditions. The word implies a sense of nuture.
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