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  • Taking the Social Media Plunge: Learning to Let Go

    Social media participation poses a significant challenge to companies and the trust they place in their employees. However, as more and more corporate entities empower employees to represent them in the social sphere, evidence shows that the best results emerge when companies allow their employees to engage without imposing excessive restrictions and procedural controls.

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  • The Best Business Gadgets of 2010

    Apple’s iPad may have dominated the tech headlines, but 2010 introduced us to a number of other new and noteworthy gadgets that help make our working lives more productive, efficient, affordable, convenient and even fun.

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  • As You May Have Read in My Book

    A growing number of entrepreneurs and professionals are taking advantage of new forms of publishing, including electronic publishing and print-on-demand, to augment their credentials, raise their visibility through press coverage and speaking engagements and boost their income by attracting new clientele.

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  • One-Third of Online Shoppers Also Browse on Mobile

    According to data from a recent survey by ForeSee Results, 33 percent of users who visited e-commerce sites also accessed an online retail site via their mobile device during the same two-week time period.

    Furthermore, 11 percent of respondents reported that they made a purchase via their phone during the 2010 holiday season, compared to only two percent in 2009.

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  • Google to Launch Groupon Competitor

    After its $6 billion offer was rejected by Groupon, the search giant is now preparing to launch Google Offers, a new group buying service aimed at helping customers find deals in their area through a daily e-mail.

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  • The Most Annoying Business Jargon

    By way of a tongue-in-cheek analysis of the corporate-speak terminology that we all love to hate, Forbes makes a case for the power of keeping work dialogue direct, concise and cliché-free.

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  • Bing to Lap Google in Making Search an App?

    The evolution of Bing is focused on offering app-like functionality that will help users not only find information but accomplish specific tasks – such as vacation planning or comparison shopping – more efficiently.

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