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How We Got From 0 to 500,000 Downloads On A Budget

<i>Gili Golander is a co-founder and CMO at Bazaart. Bazaart is the most beautiful way to mix your photos into mind-blowing images.</i><p>When I started my startup journey two years ago, one word came to my mind whenever I thought about marketing: <b>liars</b>.<p>You see, coming from a UX background where the focus is …

Facebook: ‘Social and data has led to the renaissance of the brand manager’

en_GB<p>article<p>The creative use of social and data in conjunction by marketers has led to the “renaissance of the brand manager”, according to the head …

The 3 Musts for an Effective Landing Page - Small Business Trends

A landing page is a single webpage where you want potential customers to land in order to capture leads for sales. There are many different features …

46 Small Business Facebook Pages to Follow

Some people are claiming that Facebook is dead. But we still see businesses using Facebook daily, including members of our small business …

How to Get Employees to Care as Much as You Do | Inc.com

<b>To build a valuable company</b> you can walk away from—whether by selling it or just to leave for a vacation—requires that you figure out how to get your employees to care as much as you do.<p>For advice on the matter, I spoke with Ken Blanchard, whose books, including <i>Raving Fans</i> and <i>The One Minute …

4 Steps to Starting a Web Business Without Knowing Coding

<i>Eddy Lee, Ph.D, is a venture capitalist investing in Silicon Valley and Singapore. He is also a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University.</i><p>So you have a great idea for a new mobile app or Web service—but you don’t know anything about coding or developing. You might have started searching …

Microsoft Takes to the Front Lines in the War on Cybercrime

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The global cost of cybercrime in 2013 was estimated by McAfee to be upwards of $300 billion. One in five small businesses have now been on the receiving end of an attack and every day one million more individuals become victims of …

Business Still Not on Facebook? Get Up to Speed With These 4 Steps.

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>In just 10 years, Facebook has changed the way businesses market to customers. In these days of multi-channel marketing, you can't run a small business without having a Facebook presence.<p>No matter whether you use Facebook personally, …

OpenTable Buys Ness For $17.3M To Beef Up Mobile And Restaurant Recommendations

Restaurant reservation platform OpenTable today reported quarterly earnings of $52.3 million and used the day to put out some other news: the company has acquired Ness Computing, makers of the personalized restaurant recommendations app Ness. It’s an all-cash transaction that OpenTable says is …

10 YouTube Alternatives for Small Businesses

YouTube recently began rolling out unlimited video streaming for all users. The Google-owned video site has been demonstrating the worth of online …

10 Food Franchise Tools And Technology Solutions

Today’s food franchise owners have a plethora of technology franchise tools at their disposal. Some of them are designed to help the customer. Some …

10 WordPress Plugins for eCommerce

The WordPress platform makes it easy to set up an online store, either as your primary business or to complement your physical small business. In …

The Top 10 Best Social Media Marketing Books of 2013

We’ve come a long way in the world of social media and marketing. I can remember the days where people just didn’t know what to do with social media. …

Stay Scrappy and Skeptical: 9 Rules for Startups | Inc.com

Last month my company celebrated its six-year anniversary. We were the classic start-up story in many ways: no clients, no office and no prospects. The only thing we had was a vision of what we wanted to create and the steadfast belief in our ability to achieve it.<p>Nobody can ever be truly prepared …