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Posted 10/5/17 at 10:48 AM | Brian Wallace

How Well Do You Know Your Customers?

In this day and age if your business doesn't leverage massive amounts of data about customers to form better relationships, you are probably missing out on a lot of business. Learn more about what customers want from this infographic!

Posted 10/5/17 at 10:46 AM | Brian Wallace

Pitfalls Of Younger Entrepreneurs

Starting a business can be tough, but it's even tougher when you are young. There are legal barriers as well as barriers that come from age discrimination. Learn more about ptifalls of young entrepreneurs from this infographic!

Posted 9/29/17 at 11:31 AM | Brian Wallace

Millennials Are Changing Retail

It's time to get with the times, especially if you have a retail based business. Millennials are changing the retail game for good. Learn more about Millennial shoppers from this infographic!

Posted 9/29/17 at 11:29 AM | Brian Wallace

YOU Are A Hacker's Target

Allowing yourself to believe that you could never be a hacker's target is the single best way to ensure your small business will go out of business. Learn more about how Network as a Service can save your business from this infographic!

Posted 9/29/17 at 11:27 AM | Brian Wallace

Is Brand Loyalty Really Dead?

Brand loyalty isn't dead, as many people may think. It has actually just shifted, and it has shifted in such a way that consumers have greater power than ever before. Learn more about the new brand loyalty from this infographic!

Posted 9/29/17 at 5:53 AM | Wakas Javed

How to Earn Bitcoin and Accumulate Assets: Increase Your Knowledge First

There are ways to earn and build your wealth without collecting U.S. dollars or any other national currency, then stuffing them in your mattress. If this sounds ludicrous as an alternative, consider that many people did this, primarily because they didn’t trust banks to keep track of and preserve what little money they had.

A similar frame of mind is driving people to choose financial assets of a different sort, a “currency” that doesn’t have a physical status but does represent real wealth. Of course, “real wealth” in this instance means credit for having assets that can be used to purchase goods and services. As one fellow who weathered the Great Depression as a teenager has emphasized, “Any asset is only worth what you can get for it from another person.”

The Battle Over Currency

Call it what you want. Use any phrase that applies to discussions and disputes about money, including “currency wars.” If you want to build financial assets, if you’re going to focus on “earn Bitcoin” it’s essential to understand details about how currency and global finance works. If you took the time to look at the history of this battle, you’d see there was a serious problem in the 1920s that lasted through the mid-1930s. Most people know about the Great Depression in the U.S. but they don’t understand how this serious issue affected countries around the world. FULL POST

Posted 9/29/17 at 4:55 AM | George Smith

Top Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Real Estate Agent

Whether you're buying or selling a home, one of the most important parts of the process is finding the right real estate agent to help with each step. A real estate agent can make the transaction smoother and avoid complications that can occur if you have a lack of experience. If you're interviewing the professional, there are a few essential questions to ask before requesting their services.

How Much Experience Do You Have in Real Estate?

The number of years that an agent has worked in the industry will determine how quickly your house sells or the number of properties that you're exposed to when shopping for a new home. They'll also have more connections if they've worked in the industry for several years, which can allow you to easily be connected to a home inspector or an electrician.

Do You Have References?

The real estate agent that you're considering may have a good reputation, but it's important that you do your homework to ensure that you have a pleasant experience. Request references to get in contact with former clients and ask about their experience, according to If you're selling a home, you can ask how long their home took to sell. If you're looking to buy a property, ask the client how well the agent negotiated a lower rate after you made an offer. Request up to three references to ensure that you get an understanding of other individuals' past experiences. FULL POST

Posted 9/26/17 at 3:28 PM | Margarita Hakobyan

Why Are Women So Underrepresented In the Cryptocurrency Community?

According to surveys conducted by Coindesk in 2015; more than 90% of the Bitcoin users in the market were “young, pale, techie, and male.” Other surveys have put the number of women using cryptocoins at less than 2%. Also in 2015, Felix Salmon wrote in Mother Jones about the inequality of women in the cryptocurrency world, and how that would ultimately keep the currency from seeing widespread adoption.

Salmon looked specifically at potential markets in sub-Saharan Africa, for example, where national currencies can be inherently complicated. A young woman there using Bitcoin to receive international payments through a small business isn’t choosing a currency based on ideological values. She wants to receive and spend money efficiently and easily. Letting her do so will help keep her in school, healthy, and help her avoid pregnancy until she chooses to start a family.

So why are cryptocoins so appealing to young libertarians and so unappealing to everyone else, especially women? FULL POST

Posted 9/13/17 at 1:18 AM | Sylvie Simms

Driving Safe in New York City | Driving in NYC can be a rough=and-tumble affair. Follow these 10 tips to boost your chances of arriving at your New York destination safe, sound and happy.

Posted 9/12/17 at 10:18 AM | Brian Wallace

How Network Segmentation Can Protect Your Business From Hackers

Keeping hackers out of your network isn't realistic anymore. Keeping them from doing damage is more realisetic. Learn more about network segmentation from this infographic!

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