Entrepreneur, business advisor and online-marketing professional.
Murray Newlands is an entrepreneur, business advisor and online-marketing professional. In 2013 Murray founded TheMail.com
. He is the U.S. correspondent for YourStory.com.
Starting a Business
The pursuit of perfection can be the greatest threat to market success for your brilliant business idea.
Connectivity, constant and ubiquitous, is changing business, work and ordinary life.
Smiles are welcome wherever you go and make us feel happier wherever we are.
Social media and blogging can be a waste of time or the cornerstone of success. How well you spend your time online is what makes the difference.
As the generation that grew up with digital technology moves through their careers, innovation will come faster and so will failure to companies that don't keep pace.
This list of movies for winter watching offers plenty of lessons on the qualities that make good leaders and a happy life.
Whatever your goals are, it helps to hear what wise people through the ages have had to say about it.
Podcasts are as easy to use as old-school radio but as specialized as blogs. Listening to them is one of the few examples of effective multi-tasking.
Getting noticed on the Internet starts with good content. Knowing how to leverage it is the real key to success.
Step one to getting people to pay attention to your business is getting the press to pay attention. That can be a challenge.
Don't ignore that little voice chattering in your head but don't mistake it for clear thinking, either.
Marketing is a cacophony but a few voices are consistently heard clearly. Listen to those and learn.
Caution and a deep appreciation for all you don't know are, surprisingly, key elements of success in the go-go, big-ego world of investing.
Nobody can know everything, but as an entrepreneur, you need to know the basics.
Your startup's online presence has huge implications for winning funding and making sales. Listen to those who've learned the hard way.