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Why Influencer Marketing Will Explode In 2017

A recent survey revealed 84% of marketers plan on executing at least one influencer marketing campaign during the next 12 months.<p>But what exactly is “influencer marketing”? Well, it’s the grey territory between an official testimonial and a subtle product mention, which is done almost in …

Public Relations

One simple way billionaire investor Peter Thiel identifies game-changing startups

He's most famous for his early investment in Facebook, but he also owns a stake in many startups worth billions of dollars, like Palantir, Stripe, and SoFi.<p>How does Thiel seem to find fast-growing startups so easily?<p>One good rule of thumb: look for startups that can't be articulated in the right …

UPDATED: Machine learning can fix Twitter, Facebook, and maybe even America

Chris Nicholson Contributor<p>Chris Nicholson co-founded Skymind and Deeplearning4j, the most popular deep-learning framework for Java.<p><b>UPDATE:</b> <i>A previous version of this post went up under the editor’s byline. The author of the piece is Chris Nicholson.</i><p>Quitting Twitter is easy — I’ve done it a hundred …

Five Of The Most Refreshing, Minimalistic Rebrands In The Last Two Years

Image via EditorialAlbeh<p><b>Complicated logos</b> don’t do much to catch the public’s eye. As more brands vie for viewership, purchases and loyalty, it pays …

Graphic Design

How to Make Your Startup Introduction Email Simple, Clear and Awesome

3 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We encourage Techstars companies to perfect the way they introduce themselves. An introduction is the first sales touch point. Make it simple, clear and awesome.<p>To start with, master the etiquette of forwardable email. Make …

Startups

DoorDash, a food-delivery startup that's rumored to be raising at a $1 billion valuation, has some shady instructions for its delivery workers

The startup's delivery people, independent contractors called Dashers, pick up food from restaurants and bring it to customers in 21 metropolitan areas in the US.<p>Some of the company's practices have come under fire. DoorDash, which has high-profile partnerships with brands like 7-Eleven, has faced …

Digital marketing trends to look out for in 2016

Here is a look at the hot new digital marketing trends for 2016 and how you can use them for your business

New age Indian entrepreneurs enter the super-rich list, Ola founders the youngest

With the start-up boom, increasing number pf entrepreneurs are coming on board. So much so that they are entering the super-rich list too. The …

India

Start-up investors are being extra-cautious thanks to some costly flops

Now, with public markets on a see-saw and venture capitalists thinking the turmoil may hit private markets, many investors are wondering if more Homejoys lie ahead.<p>That is leading them to look extra hard at companies that hold similar characteristics to Homejoy: on-demand, logistics-heavy …

The Useful Features You Might Not Know About on Facebook, LinkedIn and More (Infographic)

1 min read<p>Did you know you can attach four photos to a single Tweet? Did you know that you can get Facebook messages from people you aren’t friends with? Did you know that you can export a list of all of your LinkedIn connections?<p>For more of these sorts of lesser known features on Facebook, …

Social Media

LG and Huawei are reportedly making Google's Nexus phones this year

If you were disappointed that your only choice for a new, official Google phone last year was the gargantuan Nexus 6, you'll be glad to hear that 2015 could be very different. <i>Android Police</i> sources have elaborated on previous rumors with word that both LG <i>and</i> Huawei are working on Nexus handsets …

Android News

Why Google Might Be Getting Into the Teddy Bear Business

3 min read<p>Google is already all up in our business. The data-hungry tech titan has mined private info from Gmail accounts, snatched passwords from unsuspecting computer users and now it wants to put a wired teddy bear in our homes that sees and hears everything we do and say.<p>No, we’re not talking …

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