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If bitcoin is so terrible, why don’t statistics show it?

Everything that enters the market especially when it is related to people’s money becomes a more serious and sensitive topic, the same happened with bitcoin. It...

10 Ways to Reduce Your IT Costs

Every now and then a black swan comes along and radically alters the business landscape. 2020 saw one of the worst black swan events ever – the global pandemic, and it has radically altered so much of life. Businesses in almost every industry are being forced to re-evaluate just about...

A Basic Guide to DRIP Investing

For long-term investors looking for a hands-off investment strategy, DRIP investing can be a great option. Most financial advisers will tell you that if done right, DRIP investing is an accessible, low-cost way to take advantage of compounding and yield high gains with little upfront cost or effort. Keep reading to...

You don’t have to be a big corporation to start bitcoin

Bitcoin is a protocol, a network, a new technology that was introduced by developer Satoshi Nakomoto in 2008 through a white paper....

B2B vs. B2C: Key Differences that Actually Matter

B2B vs. B2C — what’s the difference? Tricky question. But, let’s sort this out with a basic example; Alibaba is a B2B eCommerce company | Amazon is a B2C eCommerce company (and, B2C too). B2B eCommerce is selling products and services from business to business. B2C eCommerce is selling products and services from businesses to...

Ship Like Santa: Your Guide to 2020 Holiday Shipping and Delivery

Make your list and check it twice, because it’s been a record breaking year for online sales. So this holiday season should be record breaking for your online store’s sales too. With the hit to in-store shopping this year, chances are you’re going to have a...

6 Unique Sourcing Strategies For Attracting Passive Candidates

The job market, as we know it, has changed as the world adjusts to the strange year we’ve had. Earlier this year, college graduates entered into the worst job market since the Great Depression, with the unemployment rate at 14.7 percent in April. This number is thankfully improving as the...

How Small Businesses Can Make a Comeback After COVID-19

When COVID-19 struck, small businesses were hit hard by shelter-in-place orders. Many had to close up shop for good. How can the ones that barely survived make a comeback? It won’t be easy, but it’s certainly possible. More than anything, getting your small business back on a firm footing will require resourcefulness...

7 Reasons to Update Your Buyer Insights and Buyer Personas

We have all encountered an experience where we happenstance upon a picture. Seeing an old picture in a new light. Perhaps it is a picture of your children. Or a photo of a relative in their later years and no longer with us. A momentous occasion, such as a family...

Should You Let Employees Shop During Work Hours? (Black Friday 2020)

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are coming up soon, which means that instances of employees shopping at work are going to skyrocket. As a manager you’re going to be faced with quite the dilemma: Should you let your employees do their holiday shopping during work hours? In this article I’ll dive...