No doubt, these three companies will change the social media world in the next year to three years. If you want to be ahead of the curve, check out what they do and why we think they they will be so important below. 1. Diaspora: Diaspora started to a lot of
Some of, if not the most important parts of the web are the algorithms that make it run. Google's search formula determines who shows up where in results, web crawlers are controlled by algorithms as they comb the web for information, and yes, social media uses them to make our online social
So you want to know: How many people actually see your tweets? How many people do those 140 characters actually make it to through your network? You know that social media is playing a role in SEO and you want to be influential, so let’s start with Twitter and see
For small businesses, securing recurring customers is a big deal. A couple years ago, Peter saw a small business that kept a count of their recurring customers on a LED sign posted in their team office. This seemed like a great idea for thinkspace! It would give us a strong
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.
Summer is in full swing and everyone in the office wants to take a vacation, but there is a catch. When small businesses lose just one employee to vacation it means they have lost 15-20% of their staff. This can be brutal for a small business, but with a bit
This is a guest post from one of our thinkspace members, Matt Heinz president and founder of Heinz Marketing. Some of the most successful and productive people I know are lazy. They'll tell you so. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and the godfather of productivity. Lazy. He will tell you this