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2014’s Most Popular HR Tweets

By James Clifton, 22 December 2014

Popular Cloud Based HR Software Tweets of 2014 Now that we are coming to the end of the year it is time to cast a look back at what was making news on Twitter in the world of HR in 2014. As we look through there are two names that clearly dominate TechCrunch and Zenefits. Lets have a look at the most popular cloud based HR Tweets of 2014. (more…)


How does a mobile marketing automation platform track its spend? Adam Marchick is co-founder at Kahuna and one clever guy. Together with his team they're building a mobile marketing automation platform to help businesses reach users on their smartphones. (more…)

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Increasing Web Site Holiday Sales with Kanban

By John Reeve, 17 December 2014

How one online bakery grew their revenue after using Kanban to add a new feature to their web site. The holiday tradition of sending out client gifts makes the season one of the most profitable for online businesses fulfilling the orders. This holiday tale is about one such business, a bakery, that wanted to increase corporate web sales by offering a more personalized experience, and how they used the Intervals Kanban board to make it happen. (more…)


This holiday season your small business will replace the traditional jingle bell sound with the ring of your cash register. At least, that's what we're all hoping for, right? To make sure that every transaction gets accounted for, you need the right invoicing and accounting tools. And spreadsheet users this may mean its time to replace the tedious and manual with up-to-date cloud-based apps. (more…)


What apps does a startup building an online advertising manager use? Dhawal Mujumdar is one of the co-founders of AdsNative, a platform designed to help people with advertising naturally display it as content, and also helps any outlet with space for advertising connect with advertisers. Dhawal shared with us several of the apps they use internally that help them grow their business. (more…)

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Who is the most important part of selling online? The customer, of course. What does inventory management have to do with the customer? Everything! Online purchases are about “I want it now”. Customer satisfaction and proper inventory management are inextricably intertwined. From customer satisfaction to company profitability is just a short step. (more…)


GetCast 4: Insightly, online CRM for small business.

By Jimmy Flores, 15 December 2014

What apps does a CRM for small business use internally? Loretta Jones VP of marketing at Insightly shares with us some of the tools that makes Insightly such an amazing CRM for small business. (more…)

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Sell, sell, sell. As a small business especially in a digital world, things move fast. It can be difficult to take your eyes off the ball (or the sales results) if you want to survive or better still thrive and grow. But flying by the seat of your pants may only take you so far. As your enterprise gets bigger and encompasses more activities with greater numbers of clients, employees and subcontractors, there comes a time when you can no longer do it all in your head. Even if you choose to focus exclusively on wholesaling or retailing, you will need to add value. (more…)


Doing things that don't scale is THE way of scalable businesses. A lot of first-time founders have this idea of a scalable startup. Their business is, from inception, designed to become a huge company. Zero to a million users using viral marketing and growth hacking, and once the network effect kicks in the numbers will paint a beautiful hockeystick chart. Thus, it’s important that the product can quickly scale to millions of active users. (more…)

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  Selling online should be easy right? But eCommerce platforms look daunting and difficult to set up and manage? That isn’t (always) the case, most eCommerce platforms are simple and not as time consuming as you may assume. Ok so it’s a little scary to get started but once you do you will see that you had nothing whatsoever to worry about after all. We want to show you just how easy it is to set up your eCommerce in five simple steps. (more…)

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