Some Amazing Inspiration for Startup Businesses

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Facebook to IPO

As part of the IPO process, to comply with SEC regulations, Facebook has publicly listed the risk factors that could “materially and adversely affect” Facebook in the future.

After reading the list, most people’s gut instinct might be to think that with this many challenges to face, there would be little point in continuing. Some of these are so ...

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Google+ vs Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn – Who will win?

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We have been playing with Google+ since it first launched and thought that it would be worth a quick blog for anyone who is not able to access it yet. Or in a lot of cases, you may already have it but can’t work out how or why to use it.

There was an article a couple of years ago, discussing the difference between real world networks and social networks, in the way that they allow you to separate your audience. ...

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MS Office 365 – Google Apps alternative?

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JUST ONE day after our previous blog post about Microsoft buying Skype landed, we get another interesting insight into the future of Microsoft’s ecosystem. A beta invite for Microsoft Office 365.

Now I have just read some of the blurb and signed up for a quick look around, but already this looks like it could be another game changer.

Everyone has been ...

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Our Lunatik and Tik Tok watches have arrived

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Well, when we blogged about the amazingly cool Tik Tok and Lunatik iPod nano watches a couple of months ago, as promised, we put our money where our mouths are and pledged for one of each. Despite only being a design on a piece of paper a few months ago, the final products have now arrived at our offices already, so here is an update.

Not only do we think this will be a major method of product development and

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Social Media: Is there enough space for everyone? Or revenue?

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Lots of talk recently about IPO’s, which as we know can be a precursor for a bubble. This is to be expected, as our capitalist economies actually function this way.

A bit like the chicken and the egg, the booms are a result of the busts and the busts are similarly, the results of the booms. Like the chicken and the egg, We aren’t sure which came first, though the South Sea ...

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How Facebook can reach the businesses that Google can’t

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faceonAnyone well versed in online marketing will be aware of the challenge that Facebook faces in terms of trying to catch up with Google’s revenue. On one hand, Google offers businesses the opportunity to interact with customers at the point they are researching, buying or interested in a given product or service. Facebook, on the contrary, offers businesses the opportunity to communicate ...

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