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careerfuel:

The Moz Blog: “Building Your Marketing Funnel With Google Analytics”
Ah, the funnel. We meet again.

careerfuel:

The Moz Blog: “Building Your Marketing Funnel With Google Analytics”

Ah, the funnel. We meet again.

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ibmsocialbiz:

Deploying A Social Business Strategy 
A social business strategy enables deeper customer engagement, better content, marketing aligned to business goals and more. A robust supply of content, in the right channel at the right time for the right customer, is essential for reaching consumers with your value message.
via Michael Brito, Social Business News

ibmsocialbiz:

Deploying A Social Business Strategy 

A social business strategy enables deeper customer engagement, better content, marketing aligned to business goals and more. A robust supply of content, in the right channel at the right time for the right customer, is essential for reaching consumers with your value message.

via Michael Brito, Social Business News

The biggest obstacle to success is just being noticed.

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Duncan Watts “Like’ This Article Online? Your Friends Will Probably Approve, Too, Scientists Say" NYT

Duncan J. Watts, a scientist at Microsoft Research, said the overall findings fit with “cumulative advantage,” the idea that something that starts slightly more popular will build upon that popularity until it is far ahead of its competitors — and conversely, something that does not catch on will usually fade away whether or not it is good

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FundersClub blog: EVALUATING A STARTUP: HOW AYDIN SENKUT MAKES INVESTMENT DECISIONS

fundersclub:

BY FELICIA CURCURU, VP OF USER EXPERIENCE AT FUNDERSCLUB

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Aydin Senkut, Founder of Felicis Ventures, at the UPROUND Conference on Sept. 12. In the past five years, 47 Felicis backed start-ups have been acquired by firms such as Google, Facebook,…

FundersClub blog: EVALUATING A STARTUP: HOW AYDIN SENKUT MAKES INVESTMENT DECISIONS

fundersclub:

BY FELICIA CURCURU, VP OF USER EXPERIENCE AT FUNDERSCLUB

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Aydin Senkut, Founder of Felicis Ventures, at the UPROUND Conference on Sept. 12. In the past five years, 47 Felicis backed start-ups have been acquired by firms such as Google, Facebook,…

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ibmsocialbiz:

Getting your employees on board with social
Integrate social into business processes. Store information on internal social network to drive employees to social tools.
Get mobile. Social networks, email, blogs, IM, calendars should be available on all devices.
Drive culture with governance. Provide guidelines that encourage employees to be social. 
Reverse mentor leaders. Front-line workers can help business leaders answer such questions as, “Should I use a wiki, blog or community for this situation?”
Via Tech Republic. 10 tips for getting your employees on board with social 

ibmsocialbiz:

Getting your employees on board with social

  • Integrate social into business processes. Store information on internal social network to drive employees to social tools.
  • Get mobile. Social networks, email, blogs, IM, calendars should be available on all devices.
  • Drive culture with governance. Provide guidelines that encourage employees to be social. 
  • Reverse mentor leaders. Front-line workers can help business leaders answer such questions as, “Should I use a wiki, blog or community for this situation?”

Via Tech Republic. 10 tips for getting your employees on board with social 

Mike Fishbein: Investing in yourself

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Traditional personal finance advice tells people to start saving a portion of their income at an early age. My philosophy is to the contrary. To date I’ve chosen to spend so that I can generate returns in the future exceeding what I would earn on interest by saving.

I’ve invested in…

It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.

- Theodore Roosevelt (via msdevindanielle)

bionicbiz:

Why did you start the journey? What are your goals?

bionicbiz:

Why did you start the journey? What are your goals?

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Qualities Every Entrepreneur Must Have.

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You have heard it from them all, VCs don’t invest in an idea, they invest in people. So what qualities does a VC look for? Here is a simple list of qualities to develop as you move forward in your entrepreneurial pursuits.
1. Driven Intensity
2. Bold Self- Confidence and Willingness to Take Risks
3. Sense of Vision and Ability to Execute
4. Ability to Solve Problems
5. Ability to Adapt
6. Ability to Use Resources Effectively 

New York Venture Capital Almanac

ebrevia:

Helpful resource.  The New York area is a hotbed of startup activity.  Located just outside NYC in Stamford, CT, eBrevia is well placed geographically to take advantage of these entrepreneurial resources while servicing firms and companies in the world’s legal epicenter.