Forget the Mayan apocalypse. This author predicts business extinction if you don't start blogging for business now.
More than 5 million businesses use Google's Apps, but some of them are going to have to start paying for them.
Social media has truly become a daily part of most people’s lives, with usage patterns changing dramatically over the past few years. The editors of the Socially Aware Blog put together a great infographic outlining how social media is currently being used today.
The innovation and excitement of the Google team never ceases to amaze.
Wednesday night's Powerball lottery jackpot—$587.5 million—was the largest in in the game's history.
The Content Marketing Institute has released its 2013 Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends survey to get the ball rolling. The research includes the responses of 1,416 B2B marketers in America, 91 percent of which included content marketing in their 2012 marketing strategies. Read more.
Over five million businesses currently use Google Apps. Just as we saw with Microsoft's Office suite (when Outlook was the cornerstone of the popular group of office software), email is still the center of a collaboritive business. But Google's vision of the social enterprise expands beyond the inbox to include true team collaboration in documents, spreadsheets and hundreds of integrated business apps.
Google Apps Certification is a relatively new program for Google Apps Resellers and Google Partners. As the growth of Google's office suite, Google Apps for Business, continues to grow, so does the need for qualified local experts in Google's business products.
Since January, I've been running Coolhead Tech from my Chromebook. In the process, I've discovered business apps and consumer apps that I can use to quickly get things done. After the ants invaded in April (my favorite photo editing service, Picnik, went out of business), I found PicMonkey.