Success comes from being smart about how you work which doesn’t necessarily mean you have to forgo sleep and family to be successful. At The Lean Startup Conference in San Francisco, we asked attendees how they plan on working smarter, not harder in 2013. Watch the video to hear their responses. Continue reading
What’s the best advice anyone ever gave you about starting a business? We asked the question at the Lean Startup Conference. Continue reading
Here is some of my coverage of the 2012 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco where I was reporting for Dice and Dice News. Ugh! Not another conference call. Many of us are not so attentive when it comes to our participation or even listening on a conference call. At the 2012 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, I wanted … Continue reading
Whether posting something public what you meant to DM (hello Anthony Weiner) or letting drunken photos of you get posted to Facebook, we’ve all done stupid things in social media. Check out our 2-minute roundup of some embarrassing tales. Continue reading
It used to be called custom publishing, but now it’s just annoying It’s aggravating to knowingly use a term to describe your business, even though it poorly defines what you and the industry does. That’s how I feel about the term “content marketing.” It’s the industry’s current buzz term used to describe the need to create content over advertising in … Continue reading
Behavioral advertising is the practice of third party sites that track your web surfing behavior as you travel from one website to another, and then serve you relevant ads based on that cross-site surfing behavior. This has serious privacy concerns as information being gathered is being shared across multiple sites.
For years, the industry has tried to self regulate in order to keep the federal government at bay, explained Steven Bennett, lawyer for Jones Day in New York, in a presentation he gave at the CRM Evolution Conference in New York City. Continue reading