If it seems like it has been a while since we’ve had a “Where are we this week” post, well, that’s because it has. With all the holidays and the New Year over, we are finally getting back into the swing of things. Today, David Hauser will be presenting at the online conference, Plus Conf and over the next two weeks, we will be doing a lot of networking! You can find us at the Lean Startup Event in Cambridge tonight and at the Mashable Meetup next week in Boston.
No matter what market your company is in, every legitimate business needs a way for their customers to contact them. When you start out small, you can often get away with using your local office line, but as you expand, add departments, and grow your customer base, the front desk phone may not be enough to handle your needs. This is when it makes sense to get a toll free number and begin taking phone calls like the big boys of the industry. The following guide to toll free numbers explains how to go about getting a catchy, custom number for a reasonable price.
Q: What is the best way to increase the size of my network? How can I get myself and my brand in front of people? The following answers are provided by the Young Entrepreneur Council, an advocacy group founded by serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber that works to take action against youth unemployment by teaching young people how to build successful companies. The council’s members include Generation Y entrepreneurs and experts in a variety of fields.
This post is part of the Spreadable Startup Series, which tells stories of entrepreneurs trying to change the world. “We wanted to create something that was really simple, so that with a couple of clicks…boom, you can start selling access to that information.” The end result is Kajabi, a full-service marketing platform that allows customers to create and deploy membership-based content sites that generate revenue from subscriptions.
Described by Forbes magazine as “the ultimate thinking machine”, American author, inventor, and futurist Ray Kurzweil published volumes of insightful predictions about the technology-driven future that we are currently living in. Here, we explore which of his major forecasts came to fruition and what he sees in store for our destiny beyond.