Month: April 2016

JumpShare: Sharing Is Now Professional

You do have Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, and many other tools to store files, sort them, and share them. Each of those apps are cool and they all serve various purposes. Evernote alone is used in so many different ways that I’d need a separate website just focusing on Evernote alone. Yet, something seems to be amiss. If you share a dropbox folder or a file hosted on DropBox, you can download it. With a public sharing link grabbed off Evernote, you can view it if someone sends it to you. You see how primitive sharing is, as you read...

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Top Magento Extensions You Should Plug Into Now

  Ecommerce boasts of an explosive growth story worldwide and is still growing. According to Statista, B2C ecommerce sales numbers are pegged at 1.92 Trillion dollars by 2016, worldwide. All that growth is powered by able platforms developed to support ecommerce. As such, an Alexa 1 million top sites survey by Ahead Works  declares Magento as the unbeatable, top ecommerce platform in the world. Update: Magento is really good, but it’s resource heavy — in the sense that you can’t just plug and play, and it’s not WordPress, and it’s certainly not for the small guy. If you are...

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15 Recruiting Tools To Streamline Hiring Processes

  Companies don’t run without people. Whether it’s one or many, there are great teams behind every success story. Having said that, social recruiting is mainstream. Employers have access to innumerable tools today. Just how big is social recruiting, you ask? It now stands at about $140 billion in the U.S, according to Josh Bersin – a contributor for Forbes.com specializing in HR, talent management, and leadership. With 40 million people changing jobs in the U.S alone, you have much need for recruiting tools to manage your own hiring process. Here are some amazing recruiting tools you should be...

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Feedly: 5 Ways It Helps Transforms Your Content Marketing

Once upon a time, there was this thing called Google RSS feed reader, and those were days when we didn’t need anything more than that. So, Google RSS feed died and I’ve been looking for the best possible alternative to Google RSS feed reader ever since. And I found it in Feedly — it’s slick, it boasts of a great user interface, and it’s perfect for my uses. But Feedly isn’t just for reading blogs, magazines, and published content on a regular basis. You can do all that with Feedly and you’d probably know how to (So, I won’t...

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SocialOomph: Social Media Management Made Easy

A rather sexy name but SocialOomph does one hell of a job with your social media efforts. I have been using this tool for more than 4 years now and I picked up the paid subscription on and off (depending on what my clients want me to do). Socialoomph.com isn’t a glamorous tool; it doesn’t look like a million bucks. One look at and you’d think it would have been designed for the dinosaurs. Yet, it’s functional. It’s efficient and it manages to do a lot, even for the free account. So what does it and why should you...

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