This is a guest post from our friends at Salty Waffle. CNN had a story on how homeless people are using social media to find community, food, and shelter. How amazing. Twitter is the main source of finding food shelters and housing for people online. Likewise, AnnMarie Walsh, a woman previously homeless began tweeting
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Many people that dream of eventually owning their own business consider getting a job with a startup business. Working for a start up can offer “pre-entrepreneurs” a lot of value. Employees of startups are able to see just how hard it is to run your own business on the day-to-day.
I was reading Laura Kimball's blog "Lamiki.com" and saw that she had put together this super cool infographic comparing her personal (@lamiki) Twitter account to her company's (@Jolkona) Twitter account. It's one of those things that's so fun that I had to stop and create one for us too. Here's a
Entrepreneurs are passionate about their startups. Many are so eager to get started with their newest, greatest business idea that they rush out to get their licensing from their city and state, then sprint to press the “Go Button.” In reality, it really shouldn’t take too long to get your
Tonight I saw a few tweets about MSNBC's article "10 signs the double-dip recession has begun" and Fox Small Business article "Small Business Still Feeling Recession's Impact". I read both articles and the first article points out 10 things which are pretty easy for the average American to see. Inflation Investments have