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How Innovation Works as Weapons to Raise Social Business

Innovation is important in every domain to be a pioneer in implementing new methodologies to gain from and in turn to take lead over competition by virtue of the results achieved through innovation. Social media is often seen as the foundation for promotion and internet marketing. It serves as a source of inbound links for [...]

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Tips for beginners to create culture of innovation in business

Businesses which intend to get ahead of the competition have to innovate. Apart from adopting a couple of required techniques, methods, technologies and business practices they have to go beyond their status quo and innovate. Nevertheless, innovation simply cannot occur by accident. It requires consistent effort from the business leadership to set the tone and [...]

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Guest Post: 2 Twitter Blunders to Avoid

You may have noticed that some companies seem to have all the success on Twitter. They have thousands of followers and people are always replying to their tweets or retweeting what they say. You may wonder how to become one of those companies. Well, it doesn’t happen overnight. You have to tweet about what people [...]

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iPad: What is hot about Apple’s latest iPad

Finally, Apple has launched its iPad3 amid all the fanfare today putting an end to all sort of speculations. No, it doesn’t have a time machine or laser swords of Jedi or  anything of that sort. This update was more incremental and was in the lines of most mainstream expectations. The new things include a better [...]

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5 Reasons NOT to have Meetings in Person

Recently I read a great article by René Shimada Siegel that talked about reasons to have meetings in person. While, I agree that face-to-face meetings are a great thing, I am managing multiple clients and having healthy relationships without ever meeting my clients. I think face-to-face meetings are not all that advantageous in many cases and in [...]

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How Innovation Works as Weapons to Raise Social Business

Posted  May 8th, 2012  by  Balaji

Innovation is important in every domain to be a pioneer in implementing new methodologies to gain from and in turn to take lead over competition by virtue of the results achieved through innovation. Social media is often seen as the foundation for promotion and internet marketing. It serves as a source of inbound links for [...]

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Tips for beginners to create culture of innovation in business

Posted  May 4th, 2012  by  Balaji

Businesses which intend to get ahead of the competition have to innovate. Apart from adopting a couple of required techniques, methods, technologies and business practices they have to go beyond their status quo and innovate. Nevertheless, innovation simply cannot occur by accident. It requires consistent effort from the business leadership to set the tone and [...]

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Guest Post: 2 Twitter Blunders to Avoid

Posted  March 15th, 2012  by  Balaji

You may have noticed that some companies seem to have all the success on Twitter. They have thousands of followers and people are always replying to their tweets or retweeting what they say. You may wonder how to become one of those companies. Well, it doesn’t happen overnight. You have to tweet about what people [...]

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iPad: What is hot about Apple’s latest iPad

Posted  March 8th, 2012  by  Balaji

Finally, Apple has launched its iPad3 amid all the fanfare today putting an end to all sort of speculations. No, it doesn’t have a time machine or laser swords of Jedi or  anything of that sort. This update was more incremental and was in the lines of most mainstream expectations. The new things include a better [...]

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5 Reasons NOT to have Meetings in Person

Posted  March 1st, 2012  by  Balaji

Recently I read a great article by René Shimada Siegel that talked about reasons to have meetings in person. While, I agree that face-to-face meetings are a great thing, I am managing multiple clients and having healthy relationships without ever meeting my clients. I think face-to-face meetings are not all that advantageous in many cases and in [...]

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2011: The year of social media

Posted  December 28th, 2011  by  Balaji

Though Social media has been around for almost a decade now, 2011 is when it seems to have come of age. It is no longer the place where cool kids meet over to discuss about lovely cats. Social media is significant enough to cause revolutions and topple governments. Let us look at some of the [...]

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What is a startup?

Posted  December 20th, 2011  by  Balaji

We have been talking about startups for so long, but a lot of you have asked a questions – how to do you define a startup. Do all young companies come under the startup tag? Or does it include on the tech companies? There has been considerable debate on this in the startup world. Wikipedia [...]

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Typing a command in your terminal can now get you a sandwich. Seriously.

Posted  December 18th, 2011  by  Balaji

Most of us geeks had a dream – how awesome would it be if we can get a sandwich by typing on our linux terminal. This is immortalized by the XKCD comic piece above. Now, researchers from Technical University at Munich are bringing this to reality. Without any human intervention the robots were able to [...]

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Startups as innovation factories and not complete enterprises

Posted  December 17th, 2011  by  Balaji

3 random observations about the Silicon valley. Cynics would argue based on these observations that The biggest assumption is that startups need to be complete enterprises – with ability to stay on their own, with revenues, sales departments, and so forth. I believe that assumption need to change. Startups need not be always thought of [...]

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