Revisiting the Google Graveyard: Infographic

More tools are lost to the Google Graveyard With July 1 we saw the demise of the once (and still) popular Google Reader. And many report that Google Alerts have been hit-or-miss in recent months, leading to speculation of its death knell . [Actually, Google has already quietly killed part of Alerts – bye-bye RSS feeds] […]

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Small Business Week – Running a business is harder now

“59% of small business owners say it’s harder to run a small business now than it was just five years ago” Continuing our theme of Small Business Week 2013 – that data comes from a survey of 900+ small business owners by Constant Contact (the email marketing provider/service).  And it produced this lovely infographic:

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National Small Business Week

The week of June 17-21 is National Small Business Week more than 50% of Americans either own or work for a small business “As part of National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration takes the opportunity to highlight the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs, small business owners, and others from all 50 states and […]

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AIIP 2013 Conference – Networking and the Elevator Pitch

AIIP 2013 Conference – Networking Opportunities & the Elusive Elevator Pitch The first week in April The InfoHound will be traveling for business to the mountains of the wild west – Denver, ho! This is a big trip and great opportunity as it is the annual conference of AIIP (Association of Independent Information Professionals). This […]

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The Google Graveyard

Products end up in the Google Graveyard, often without warning We all know and love Google. Or have a love/hate relationship with it some days. And Google is great at announcing new tools. But it quietly, stealthily kills other ones. It never tells you they’re gone until you go looking. Mostly, when a Google app […]

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Instead of same old resolutions for 2013, try Un-Resolutions

  It’s that time of year …  a new year equals new starts. We all resolve to do things differently. Again. How about really doing something different in 2013? Instead of the same old resolutions, how about some Un-Resolutions? Un-Resolutions? What are those? Instead of focusing on a list of things ‘to do’ – do […]

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12 Last Minute Business Book Gifts for Entrepreneurs & Small Business Folks

The 2013 Business Book-a-Month List The kind of New Year’s resolution we can all get behind – read more! Here are 12 business books to read in 2013. Read a book per month. Ok, read more. I won’t tell. Some of these business books are classics, others are new to the scene – all have […]

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