This book is a “must read” for businesses that are online. Tapscott breaks the different ebusiness models down into a handful of categories that can help business owners understand what they are, what they aren’t, and how to succeed with what they’ve got.
This is just a quick blog to talk about a project I recently finished with my friend and business colleague, Heather Villa. We observed that many businesses can spend a lot of time, money, and effort on their website and that many of these costs can be reduced or even eliminated with WordPress. So we […]
Image by PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE via Flickr Social networks have value but are difficult to value. How do you place a value on Facebook? Or Twitter? These sites have little or no monetization and yet they are worth millions for having a highly engaged audience. In doing some research to write about business valuations for Venture Hype, […]
Seth Godin encouraged us to push through The Dip. Jim Collins talked about using the “hedgehog concept” to create a breakthrough in Good to Great. Malcolm Gladwell called it “The Tipping Point“. It’s that moment when your business transforms from “just another business” into “THE business”. It’s the moment when your company straps on a […]
Wired is one of those magazines that I always mean to read but never seem to get around to. Not sure why — other stuff always seems to be slightly more pressing, I suppose. A friend put me onto an article by Wired’s Editor-in-Chief Chris Anderson (who you might remember as the author of The […]