Author of "Born in the Cloud Marketing"
Dan Blacharski is a thought leader, advisor, industry observer and
PR counsel to several Internet startups. He has been widely published on subjects relating to customer-facing technology, fintech, cloud computing and crowdsourcing. He lives in South Bend, Indiana with his wife Charoenkwan and their Boston Terrier, "Ling Ba."
Sharing different leadership styles can be beneficial to everyone.
Work in some personal time. Even on the road, you get to call it quits for the day..
Cheap, easy SEO tactics won't cut it.
The search engine giant is protected by the First Amendment, but a judge says no to CDA protection.
Bootstrapping is a perfectly viable option, unless you're launching a business that needs staff, equipment or contractors, in which case you need money.
A great idea poorly sold is called failure.
Cloud computing is inexorably pushing the world to an integrated economy that politics can slow but not stop.
Gig work, whether in preference to corporate jobs or because full time work is lacking, is absorbing an ever-growing portion of the labor force.
Small businesses can benefit from employee monitoring, in the right circumstance.
As-a-service platforms are part of the natural evolution of technology.
The website has gone from being a tool to talk about and advertise a business, to actually being the business.
Employees want more than a paycheck. They want to be engaged in good work.
The Baby Boomer generation is social media savvy and has disposable income, making them a desirable customer base.
Word of mouth remains the best advertisement. Modern marketing tools make it easier to spread the word wider.
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