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As more and more connected smart devices pour into the market, here's what we hope for and dread.
New consoles are great, but the real fun usually doesn't start until a year or so after when new games hit store shelves.
Author Nir Eyal outlines key strategies to make your product addicting for users.
Here's how this former NFL player became a Snap Fitness franchise owner.
Harnessing data will make possible a new wave of products and services for customers.
As marketing tactics have shifted, entrepreneurs can stop focusing on seeking potential clients and instead concentrate on making them want to come to you.
Maximizing your company's growth requires taking in valuable feedback and making a firm commitment to following through.
The person steering the ship has a significant impact on productivity and emotions of employees.
What is needed is a complete solution for your digital needs that's designed to work in tandem with your existing infrastructure.
The latest developments allow businesses to cut out the middlemen and establish a direct line to the people that matter most.
Are you creating incentives for specific behaviors, but motivating people to do something completely different?
Investing a lot of effort servicing unprofitable customers or selling unprofitable products can be disastrous.
Leaving an impact at your company means more than creating the projects and products you accomplish today. Set in motion a dynamic so people sharing your values can carry the torch forward.
This segment of the customer base is important for many reasons, but listening to them too much can lead to a slow death for your product.
The Denver-based company, which vends hundreds of video tutorials in various crafting fields, now counts $106 million in venture capital.
For your content-marketing campaign to be a success, you need to determine what milestones you want to achieve and implement strategies to support these goals.
A business coach recalls how a teacher taught her years ago to keep striving for improvement.
A few danger signs to tell you financial trouble is nearby (or that's it has already started).
The team's recent social-media disaster was more than just a fumble. And the apology was just as bad.
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