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9 Growth Hacks Any Small Business Can Implement

9 Growth Hacks Any Small Business Can Implement | Internet Consulting and Development | Scoop.it
In 1996, an email company named Hotmail launched with a small group of users. By the end of 1997, that company had&nbsp;<a href="http://blog.hootsuite.com/growth-hacking-part-1/">12 million users</a>.
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App development for mobile application developers

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For mobile application developers, the Open Web apps project offers these advantages:...
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Partner Report: Who have we been talking to? | Sunny Lee

Partner Report: Who have we been talking to? | Sunny Lee | Internet Consulting and Development | Scoop.it

A big part of my job is talking. I talk to a _lot_ of people who are interested in learning more aboutOpen Badges and the role Mozilla plays in this space, on a regular basis. The meetings I set come from a variety of sources; sometimes, folks reach out to us through our google group, twitter feed, or community calls, other times they come in as a referral through internal Mozilla folks and sometimes they come in through other members of the community and their respective networks. We’re eager and willing to have conversations with just about anyone interested in learning more about Open Badges and exploring how we can either help with their next steps or if they are further along in badge system thinking, how to help them integrate with the Mozilla Open Badge Infrastructure. 


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Webmaker Badges

Webmaker Badges | Internet Consulting and Development | Scoop.it

I think it’s important to explicitly talk about the why or the goals behind the badges. Not only is that important for justifying and explaining why badges are a huge priority for us, but it can also help inform some of our decisions about the types of badges to include, what’s in scope/out of scope, etc.

 
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