Journalist, Digital Media Consultant and Investor
John Boitnott is a longtime digital media consultant and journalist living in San Francisco. He's written for Venturebeat, USA Today and FastCompany.
Research finds that potential customers unhappy with their first experience contacting a company are unlikely to ever return.
The search giant's re:Work resources provides articles, case studies and tips from experts in various industries on using analytics to improve hiring and promotion.
You can't predict everything that might cause a customer to abandon their shopping cart but these three moves are known losers.
You're halfway there If your pages load swiftly and can be read on a smartphone but you're nowhere if they don't and can't.
The CES is huge, so huge that people interested in networking are increasingly preferring smaller events better structured for networking.
Business demands travel, regardless if you can barely afford it. Don't worry, there is always a deal to be had.
The company's offer is a statement about congestion in Silicon Valley and the shortcomings of remote workers.
The next time you're in a city far from home where you know nobody, take a deep breath and call it the biggest networking opportunity yet.
Your boss has to give you a paycheck. Only the good ones give you acknowledgement, too.
Workers who upset co-workers and customers with habitual profanity need to leave if they won't stop.
The music industry entrepreneur sees streaming as an unstoppable force that will benefit musicians and their fans.
Setting up a table at a job fair creates a potential for serendipity the Internet can rarely match.
Ready To Launch
A skilled entrepreneur with a fresh product for a growing market will never lack for funding.
Alcohol is effective for dissolving inhibitions, which is not always a good thing.
You can use the time and money you don't waste figuring out how to dress for success to actually succeed.