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February 2018

Work-Life Balance in the Modern Era

The following  is a guest post by Maggie Kimberl, a Spirits Journalist, Content Manager at NowSourcing, Independent Bourbon Culture Expert, and Web Editor. The United States is in the bottom 20% for countries with a good balance between work and life. The Netherlands is number one. Before technology took over our lives people would leave work…

Meet Our Curator of the Week: Juliet Shepherd

Name: Juliet Shepherd Digest: Alaska Curator Since: October 2015 Title: Tech Led Development Project Manager, Fairbanks Economic Development Corporation Juliet has a passion for propagating win/win outcomes and fostering economic diversity and is a founding member of the entrepreneur think tank which launched FairBikes bike share – winners of Startup Weekend Fairbanks in 2013. As a founder…

Have You Considered the Dynamic Pricing Model for Your App?

The following is a guest post by ChopDawg.com, an award-winning app development company that has worked with over 180+ startups and companies from all around the globe, helping them bring their web apps, mobile apps, wearable apps and software ideas to life. Follow ChopDawg.com on Twitter at @ChopDawgStudios. One of the most fascinating mobile trends we’ve been following…

The Bright Road Ahead for Influencer Marketing

The following is a guest post by Valli Vishnubhotla, an SEO professional working at AWM Network. Valli writes for Market Inspector and Greenmatch, B2B digital marketplaces in Europe. Why is influencer marketing the new trend in the digital marketing world? Various brands have been using influencers to advocate for their products to their target audience. This technique has given them high returns…

Three Keys to Developing Failure-Proof SaaS Applications

The following is a guest post by Tim Mullahy, General Manager at Liberty Center One, a new breed of data center located in Royal Oak, MI. Thanks to the cloud, we can now write apps that are available anywhere – but they need to stay available. Here’s how you can ensure that yours do. These days, availability is…

8 Resolutions for Startup Events in 2018

The following is a guest post by Tiffany Rowe. Tiffany is a Marketing Administrator at Seek Visibility, where she assists clients in contributing resourceful content throughout the web. Undoubtedly, you have some serious resolutions for your startup in the coming year. You want to grow bigger, make moves with greater agility, and prove that your startup…

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