All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Economy’
No, the Google Video search tool is not for finding naughty videos-use Yahoo Video for that (please, if you have kids, set on it’s filter). Google Video, on the other hand, is a product of Google Labs and it enables you to search their growing archive of televised content, by looking for words in the transcript.
Understanding the nature of Google can be quite a daunting task. Clients ask frequently why it takes so long to see good results in Google, and why it can often times can be near impossible to achieve a top 10 ranking for a highly competitive keyword on the world’s largest search engine.
Contrary to popular belief, small businesses can survive a crazy economy by taking some proactive steps.
We’re hearing a lot these days about the “new economy” and the “old economy”. The “new economy”, of course, refers to the growth of stocks in internet and hi-tech companies while the “old economy” (some might say “real” economy considering what’s happened to the Nasdaq this week) refers to traditional, bricks and mortar stocks.
Yes, you can fill a workshop when spending is down and buyers are wary. If your topic is clear, your marketing materials well-done, your product solid and your title catchy, success shouldn’t be tough. The fact is that people are as hungry as ever for the inspiration and stimulus a workshop provides, even when they’re nervous about money. And even though most bum economies recover over time, you may find the following tricks helpful enough to keep using even in good times!
Mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances will continue to multiply and drive the economy in an open environment. Optimizing these organizational relationships demands that companies develop a collective partnership capability and capacity.