The key to owning your market in today’s trust-based economy is to identify, locate, join and lead your tribe. However, in order to sustain growth and continue to evolve, you must allow the tribe to transform your business operations from the inside out.
Fame Foundry is helping HHoC advance its community building efforts with tools that allow the organization to maximize efficiencies and promote sustained growth.
Small Business Trends offers advice and ideas from a panel of experts on how to mine your local community for customers and then transform those customers into die-hard fans.
Focus offers three key principles to help fledgling entrepreneurs and business owners gain a competitive edge by recognizing and seizing upon opportunities, even when the opportunity runs counter to conventional wisdom.
Online Media Gazette presents an eye-opening analysis of the mobile market, which now encompasses half the world’s population. Particularly noteworthy is that there are now nearly three times as many mobile phones worldwide as there are television sets or Internet users.
Fast Company reviews the latest upgrade to Google Docs and examines how its new features streamline the process of real-time collaboration, an especially important benefit for virtual companies whose employees do not work in the same physical location.
Smashing Magazine examines the fundamentals of minimalist website design, illustrating each point with beautiful sites that have achieved the delicate balance between stripping away all nonessential visual elements and preserving the quality of the user experience.
Seth Godin traces the roots of the modern-day office to the Industrial Revolution, when physical offices were necessary so management could oversee the operation of factories. Based on this historical perspective, he makes a case for why offices have become obsolete in today’s marketplace and how allowing employees to telecommute reduces unneeded overhead while promoting increased efficiency, productivity and job satisfaction.