Harvest – “The World’s Best Time Tracking Application”

Resources like time and money are some of the most valuable in the business world. Simple tasks such as maintaining time sheets, billing and invoicing, budget tracking and output of information can take more than half of the business day to complete. Companies usually assign a few individuals to take care of these tasks, but people are valuable resources as well and their time could be spent more effectively. Read the rest of this entry »


The Blogosphere: Rise to Popularity – Part Two

The Blogosphere: Rise to Popularity was initially published to share important tips on how to build your blog’s momentum and loyal following. Since the value of blogging has significantly increased for businesses and personal branding purposes, we thought it would be helpful to re-emphasize the points made in the first blog and also share tips for leveraging SEO. Read the rest of this entry »

The Internet: A Place for Businesses to Live Forever

Most of us are all too familiar with the phrase: “Be wary what you put on the Internet.” This is due to the fact that the Internet is a vacuous pool that stores information forever. Once something is published to the Internet, there is no such thing as a delete button – but, what if I told you that this is not necessarily something to fear. Read the rest of this entry »

“Working for the Weekend”

In order to be the most effective in marketing and promoting our companies’ brands, it’s important to stay focused. Let’s face it – no matter how passionate we are about our company and building its brand, sometimes its hard to avoid distractions. Whether you work from home or in an office, interruptions cannot be avoided. Luckily, Sarah Kessler, writer for Mashable, has thought of 37 productivity tips for working from anywhere. I have highlighted¬†five tips that work best and would like to share them with you:¬† Read the rest of this entry »

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