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from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

Several recent studies show that a growing number of people are using Airbnb's platform to create micro hotels by renting multiple properties to people looking for a place to stay. As the chart below from a San Francisco Chronicle study shows, 513 of the city's 4,000 that Airbnb hosts list multiple properties. ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

Gallup has caused quite a stir with a survey showing that social media has little to no impact on the purchasing decisions of most consumers.   The key study chart study, which shows 62% of consumers responded social media has no impact on their purchasing decisions, is below.     ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

The coworking space Grind is now offering a coworking option for moonlighters.  According to their press release the new service provides: dedicated "after-work" and weekend hours, specifically for those who are working a second job, creating a new venture, building a side business or any other reason that might warrant ...

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from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

Yesterday the Freelancers Union launched their National Benefits Platform. This is a one-stop, online site that will enable freelancers and other independent workers to access a suite of curated, freelancer-focused benefits, including: 401(k) plans Health insurance Dental plans Disability insurance Term life insurance Liability insurance According to the site there will be ...

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from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

The Wall Street Journal's Virtual Biotechs: No Lab Space, Few Employees focuses on how biotech startups are outsourcing lab work and hiring consultants and other contingent workers instead of traditional employees. Key quote: Hundreds of virtual biotechs are estimated to be operating today, in tech hubs from San Francisco to Cambridge, ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://www.smallbizlabs.com 107 days ago

Amazon is a retailer, so it's not surprising their new cellphone would be built for shopping. It's key feature is called Firefly, which uses object recognition software so that users can scan items and then buy them immediately on Amazon. It can also recognize sounds and link back to the ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 107 days ago

As a South Florida corporate copywriter and freelance journalist, I meet and interview some interesting folk with keen insights on business, corporate culture, play – you know, daily life. So it is that when I was interviewing an executive recently as part the Executive Profile column I write for the ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 107 days ago

In 25 years spent working from home, I’ve grown to appreciate sameness. I like when I walk into the office, the PC powers up, there’s no crackle on the telephone line, the email is flowing and the sync between my GMail and my smart phone is functioning within normal operating ...

Posted under Entrepreneurship
from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 107 days ago

Two calls came in this week from people looking for a writer. One was someone I’d worked with in the past and looking to engage me again. Another came from someone I’d worked with, but who was calling on behalf of a former client of her own who was in ...

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from http://www.chiefhomeofficer.com/ 107 days ago

My computer runs off electrical power. No great revelation there, I imagine. So, too, does my DSL modem and Belkin router. Ditto on the “Like, Duh!” factor. But what about my Plantronics telephone headset and my Nortel two-line landline phone? Both run off AC power juiced from the nearest wall ...

Posted under Venture Capital
from http://cdixon.org 107 days ago

MIT professor Woodie Flowers argues that higher education’s current approach to online learning is misguided: We decided to assume that the world could hardly wait to see our huge pile of PDFs, PowerPoint presentations, classroom locations, teaching assistant lists, and other assorted bits of information about our courses. Instead, universities ...

Posted under Venture Capital
from http://cdixon.org 107 days ago

Most businesses today believe that technology can dramatically improve the way they operate. But they embrace technology with varying levels of enthusiasm. The lowest level of enthusiasm is to adopt technologies made by other companies – email, customer services software, etc – and perhaps create an “IT department” to manage ...

Posted under Venture Capital
from http://cdixon.org 107 days ago

The beauty of software platforms is that you can solve almost any problem by writing more software. For example, one of the most common criticisms of Bitcoin is that it is too volatile and speculative to be used as a payment system. Merchants want the stability of government-backed currencies. Buyers ...

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from http://cdixon.org 107 days ago

Larry Page: When I talk to most companies, I do think their leaders are pretty short-term focused. Imagine you’re running Exxon, what do you do? Say you want to do something good with the most valuable company on earth. A lot of people think probably, it’s not doing good things ...

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from http://www.forentrepreneurs.com 107 days ago

As most of my readers know, I am a big fan of Inbound Marketing. However there are times when inbound leads aren’t either enough, or the right kinds of leads needed to reach your best potential customers. In those situations, one tool worth considering is the use of a dedicated ...

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