The world’s most successful women really want it–and remain determined even in the face of obstacles. They have the skills, and they put the time in. But more importantly, they have the desire to do something great
Most businesses venture into social media expecting to see a big return on investment. The hope is that new customers will come in droves, and that the benefits and revenue generation will be huge. However, this is rarely the case. It takes time to build momentum with social media, and the benefits aren’t always http://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2013/03/12/the-hidden-benefits-of-social-media-marketing-why-your-strategy-may-be-working-better-than-you-think/
You may have noticed that this time of year, Dave is really into goals. In fact, Dave is a fan of goal-setting any time of year—as long as you’re doing it right.
But a lot of people have no idea how to set goals for themselves. Instead of setting goals that will work, they do the opposite—and then wonder what happened.
Take a look at these five steps to set the wrong goals for 2013. Do any of them sound familiar? If you want to set goals that work this new year, make sure you don’tfollow these steps:.
Google's ambitions to wire the world are expanding. The company announced on Tuesday that it will provide free Wi-Fi service to Chelsea, a New York City neighborhood where Google has its local headquarters.
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Shocking 17-year-old public high school antics clickjack unwary Facebook users into scam
Many Facebook users were assaulted by the following message earlier today, seemingly shared by their online friends:
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However, the "play" button on the video hides a secret "Like" button, which means that you share the link even further across your social network by clickjacking - helping the scammers spread their link virally.
The purpose of scams such as these are typically to lead you to online surveys (which earn the scammers affiliate commission) or to trick you into handing over personal information such as your cellphone number which will then be subscribed to a premium rate service.
10 Industries That Will Gain From Adopting The CloudCloud computing, or ‘cloud’ as it is popularly known as, is the latest trend in the computer world. Everyone is talking about it and everyday new developments are coming in. Cloud computing is like a huge switchboard; when you need a power outlet, just plug in your device; and when you are done, remove it. You do not have to carry a switchboard or an adapter with you everywhere.
Therefore, the switchboard becomes a ‘service’ given to you at a cost or for free (depending on the vendor). Without doubt, cloud computing is here to stay, and more and more industries are joining the vast virtual world. Let us look at ten industries that will gain from adopting the cloud.
1. Education: It is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. The need and demand of education never goes down. Cloud computing in education opens avenues for better research, discussion, and collaboration. It also provides a software desktop environment, which minimizes hardware problems. Cloud computing also enables classes to be run on remote locations..
2. Marketing Companies: http://www.cloudtweaks.com/2012/09/10-industries-that-will-gain-from-adopting-the-cloud/
Eric Schmidt: Apple vs. Android is the defining fight in techIn an interview in New York, Google's executive chairman says Android could be on 1 billion devices in a year.
As Google’s Chrome browser celebrates its second anniversary, we thought it appropriate to commemorate the occasion with some handy tips and tricks.
Here are 10 tried and tested hints that will help you to get the most out of Chrome by taking advantage of some of its more functional tools and time-saving setups.
Read through the suggestions below and let us know which ones you’ll be trying out, or any tricks we haven’t included, in the comments box. http://mashable.com/2010/09/09/chrome-tips-tricks-shortcuts/
A recent study published in an American Psychological Association journal, Emotion, suggests that early birds are generally happier than night owls.
More than 700 respondents, ranging from ages 17 to 79, were surveyed and asked about their emotional state, health, and preferred time of day.
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Pride yourself on multitasking? You may need to take a closer look at how you tackle your to-do list.
Despite the numerous gadgets and apps that help us get through our days, research suggests that only 2% of people can multitask effectively. As for the remaining 98%? They’re actually lessening their productivity without even realizing it.
This infographic from OnlineCollege.org details how often we confuse multitasking with actual distraction. For example, employees who use a computer for work are, on average, distracted every 10.5 minutes. Students who bring their laptops to class aren’t doing much better, since 62% of the web pages that they open during class are completely unrelated to the lecture. And what about the 67% of people who check their email or use a mobile web browser while on a date? http://mashable.com/2012/08/13/multitasking-infographic/
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