The growth of your business depends upon the budget you are planning to spend. In the beginning, every company was a startup business. You may even need the loan to run a startup business in the beginning. It is essential that you should expand your startup budget so that you can invest not just in development but research and analysis as well. You need to understand that when you expand your startup budget, it helps you to grow your business, hire new employees, improve discoverability and bring opportunities by relocating. Today I am going to share about the 5 steps to expand startup budget. #1. Value: The very first thing that you need to look for when you are about to expand your budget is “value”. You need to understand how much value your budget expansion will generate. You need to mark a bottom line. You can also get a loan for a business. For Example; if you want to run a sports betting site then you need to calculate the money you want to invest in creating … [Read more...] about 5 Steps to Expand Startup Budget
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There are seven voice commands built into this first “Explorers” edition of Google Glass. Two of those six are search-related: “google…” and “get directions to….” The others are “take a photo,” “record a video,” “send a message to,” “make a call to” and “start a Hangout with.” There’s also the predictive search aspect of Google Now, where the device automatically shows me the kind of information Google thinks I’m looking for. So, the chances are pretty strong that a good amount of Google Glass activity is going to involve searching. Or “googling” as Glass suggests. Yep. Even though Google continues to protect its trademark by opposing the use of “google” as a substitute for “search,” the first command available in Glass isn’t “search,” it’s “google.” And in lowercase, even, like the rest of … [Read more...] about How Search Works On Google Glass
Anyone who has turned on a TV, read a newspaper, or used the Internet in the last year has likely been bombarded by ads for the controversial fantasy sports sites like FanDuel and DraftKings. The controversy stems from the uncanny similarities that fantasy sports, which is legal, has to online poker, which is illegal. Despite growing criticism, these sites have remained legal, until last month when the Nevada Gaming Commission ruled that these sites constituted online unlicensed betting. Despite the great lengths that the executives and PR teams at these companies have gone to distance themselves from any statement that remotely resembled the words “online betting”, the Nevada attorney general cited as evidence something that the executives probably had no idea existed. Image alt tags. (Editor note: although the technical, correct term is “alt attributes” in this instance, our industry regularly refers to them as alt tags. For the purpose of this article, the … [Read more...] about How Alt Tags can Hurt Your Business
One of the worst feelings in the world of inbound marketing and enrollment is to write an incredible blog post, publish it, share it, and then…crickets. I actually just shuddered a little bit thinking about it. (Because I have been there way, way too many times!) It’s a lot better when the opposite happens: when you experience the thrill of seeing an expert in your space share and promote your content for you. This post will give you a practical, actionable approach to writing and designing the kind of content that VIPs love to share with your audience. How to Find the Influencers in Your Space The first step to getting influencers to share our content is knowing who those influencers are. There are a few ways you can do this. And good news: they’re not mutually exclusive, so we can mix and match these approaches. 1. Google Your Keywords A quick Google of our keywords is probably the easiest way to figure out who the influencers are in our space. I suggest opening an … [Read more...] about How to Create Content That Your VIPs Will Share
Terms like “mobile first” and “responsive web design” sound dynamic and user-centric, but the reality is most mobile-first responsive websites are simply reformatting ubiquitous content to suit different devices. Goal of web (or app) advertising: right message, right person, right place, right time. Goal of website (or app) content: whoever, wherever, whatever, whenever… eh… same content. Is that unfair? A gross generalization? OK, a lot of web advertising is still woefully untargeted or inaccurately targeted, but sometimes it can be freakily accurate. Ad targeting relies on the processing of real-time information from a variety of data sources – let’s call these “signals” or “cues” – about the mobile user and their behavior, in order to determine: Who they are. Where they are. What they are doing. What they like. What they want. What makes this more stunning, is the amazing speeds at which adtech … [Read more...] about When will responsive websites respond to user context?