Posts Tagged ‘Business’

10 Business Books To Read This Summer

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Get Smart: 10 Business Books To Read This Summer In 140 characters Or Less

We live in a fast-paced business world where information seems to increasingly move in short e-mails, texts and Facebook or Twitter posts. With over 1 million book titles published every year, how can the average business owner read all of the new relevant books and still have time to run their business?

This is my primer to your summer reading list that will allow you to get smart and grow your business. Here are the summaries of 10 books I recommend in 140 characters or less.

Link: OpenForum

Salesforce For Google Apps

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Running a business successfully is hard… having the right tools makes it much easier. That’s why the combined power of Salesforce and Google Apps is transforming businesses by helping you run your business with software as a service. Salesforce for Google Apps is a simple, yet powerful combination of business applications that work together and make it incredibly easy for users to communicate, collaborate, and share business information. Now you can run your favorite desktop applications and your CRM applications side by side by accessing Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Talk, and Google Docs all from within Salesforce.

Link: Salesforce

How Simple Web Design Helps Your Business

Saturday, November 1st, 2008

It’s crucial to have simple web designs to allow the user to quickly find the information they need, especially if you are selling a product. If the page is cluttered with useless text, widgets or unrelated products, the site becomes meaningless.

Link: Smashing Magazine

50 Ideas On Using Twitter For Business

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

We really can’t deny the fact that businesses are testing out Twitter as part of their steps into the social media landscape. You can say it’s a stupid application, that no business gets done there, but there are too many of us that can disagree and point out business value.Chris Brogan offers 50 thoughts for people looking to use Twitter for business. And by “business,” he means anything from a solo act to a huge enterprise customer.

Link: Chris Brogan