On the scale of frighteningly ambitious startup ideas, taking responsibility of a stranger’s car and handing it over to a second stranger is pretty high up there. Welcome to the basic premise of FlightCar, and to the world of the sharing economy.
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Marketers, educators, parents, it seems that almost anyone in the Generation X or Boomer demographic is scratching their heads trying to figure out Generation Y aka the Millennial. After all, it’s the first generation to seemingly possess digital prowess as part of their DNA. And, it’s the first generation to receive both a birth certificate and a social profile or presence upon delivery into this world.
An accountant knew potential customers were wondering how tax code changes would affect them in the coming year. He didn’t wait for these people to walk through the door or call on the phone. He went online to social media sites where these conversations were going on, and chimed in with authoritative responses—landing a lot of new customers as a result.
I talk to a lot of owners of small companies and I get asked all the time, “What should my company be doing in social media?” Most of these businesses are really small shops – solo practitioners, neighborhood retailers, nascent startups which may not even have a web presence.
Social content curation has blown up in the past year, after a late start that began to show traction around 2007-2008. Pinterest continues to experience massive growth, with Wanelo nipping at its heels.
Servcorp gets set to boost its presence in Singapore with a new location opening in the city in 2014. Singapore, Decemeber 4th 2013 Servcorp is set to expand its operation in 2014 by opening a new location in Singapore.
Although we’ll have to wait to discover what innovations Google’s secret “X lab” holds for the future, the company does have at least one bleeding-edge venture it wants to unveil to the public right now.
What if there were things you could start doing now that could help you to market more successfully in the future? Even if you didn't have your marketing act quite together over the past year? Well, there are.
Review Your Past Marketing Results
Take some time to review all of your marketing activities and try to understand which ones worked best. By "worked best" I mean, which ones resulted in more clients, more customers, more sales, or more growth for your business?