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What can you do if Search Advertisement income is reaching saturation levels, and there might be a Trillion Dollar market opening for new players?
Added by Patrick Verdonk on September 25, 2014 at 9:28am — No Comments
A current client of mine, a tailor, is just in start-up mode and is debating that age old question for solopreneurs – “Should I use my own name for the business name.” It’s a question I get often but he has a distinct twist to it in the sense that he was thinking of using his middle name as his last…Continue
Alex Osterwalder's CxOTalk is available on our latest post "Why Every Company Needs a Chief Corporate Entrepreneur”! Check it out! …Continue
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Something light to start-up after the summer holidays: What do Humor and Happiness have in common?
Added by Patrick Verdonk on September 12, 2014 at 11:01am — No Comments
The success of any business depends on its ability to gain new customers. There are many different ways to go about this. Mobile technology has changed the marketing game. Today, mobile is the single most important way for businesses to find customers. That’s because nearly everyone has a mobile device, and nearly everyone is using them so search for local businesses every day.
In the past, the currency of mobile marketing has been clicks. It’s the way that marketers track which…
Added by dyenn luz on September 6, 2014 at 7:00am — No Comments
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While working on creating a business model for a freight brokerage business it occurred to me there might be more than one customer.
A freight broker gets paid by the shipper, so it's pretty clear the shipper is one of the customers. But, then the broker has to find a carrier to transport the cargo. It's part of the broker's responsibility to network and build relationships with the carriers just like he does with the shippers. The broker has to be able…Continue