Sometimes the reality of cyberwarfare is lost on the CEOs of major companies, but recently U.S. government officials have been taking drastic measures to help them understand the realities of this new age of cyberthreats.
Despite being one of the most popular, if not the most popular, site on the web and preparing for their upcoming IPO, BusinessWeek reported this week that Facebook admits to being confused by how to monetize and optimize for mobile.
The newest form of marketing to burst on to the scene, event marketing, is really starting to gain momentum as a viable and even needed form of marketing, says Forbes.
Google is celebrating what they call “super moms” this Mother’s Day weekend and is featuring several Google+ users who they feel stand out and deserve recognition.
With conference season in full swing, now is a great time to brush up on your networking skills and if you’re an introvert, practice is especially important. Networking is an excellent way to meet new business contacts and grow your brand’s visibility.
Apple fans will need to give up their Google Maps reliance pretty soon, Mashable reported Apple intends to do away with Google Maps and instead offer 3D in iOS6, which they say is “cleaner, faster, and more reliable.”
Not to be outdone by Google for long, Bing has unveiled their own version of social search which will include social responses from Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Popular handmade items and crafting site, Esty, announced recently that they have been able to raise $40 million dollars to fund their planned international expansion, which they hope will bring Etsy to nations around the world.
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