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Online Tools and Applications

Adam Connell

Someone Stole My Content, What Do I Do Now?

Jul 19 2013, 03:00 AM by

There are a large number of individuals, on the web that have a tendency to take short cuts. Really big short cuts. These individuals have been straight up stealing people’s content and using it on their own sites to save themselves time, money and effort. This could be done manually or by the use of some type of auto-blogging nastiness that scrapes content from RSS feeds for example.

Posted in Tips & Resources, Online Tools and Applications

Software Advice

5 Ways Customer Relationship Technologies Will Change in 5 Years

Apr 02 2013, 03:00 AM by

Software Advice, a website that reviews customer relationship management (CRM) solutions, interviewed five of the customer relationship management (CRM) software industry’s thought leaders to find out what five trends will change customer relationship technologies over the next five years. We spoke with the following thought leaders:

Posted in Online Tools and Applications, Education, Growing Your Business

Shireen Qudosi

How to Use Thinglink to Create an Interactive Website

Jan 22 2013, 06:45 AM by

The big ticket “wow factor” item for websites used to be Flash. It was flashy (no pun intended) but it quickly became tiresome for its contribution to delayed site processing and limited SEO readability. Since then, nothing has really trumped Flash. Sure, site design has favored minimalistic and even creative designs but there hasn’t been an application that fills the wow factor gap. Not unless you’re one of the few that's already turned to Thinglink. I say few simply because of the sheer volume of sites compared to those very few that are cashing in on this free software that enables rich media tagging.

Posted in Tips & Resources, Online Tools and Applications

Shireen Qudosi

How to Properly Crowdfund Your Project

Jan 09 2013, 10:20 AM by

When most of us started our first business, it was probably the neighborhood lemonade stand. Your mom donated the lemonade and your dad built the stand. Your family had a vested interest in seeing you succeed. Crowd funding works the same way. It may not be your family but instead a group of people who have an interest in your business or project. They will pool together funding to help you achieve your goal.

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