You’ve devoted your heart, soul, time and money into your product, and now every last working minute is going towards marketing and actually finding your customers. You can pour hours into social media updates, ads and reviews, but is all that time actually bringing home the bacon? Don’t get stuck wondering why all this time […]
You might have come across the saying that a problem can have multiple solutions; it all depends on how you want to approach it. But, do you know what exactly the moral behind this saying is? Well, moral of the story is that solutions depend on the gender of person giving the solution. If you […]
In May of 2010, David and I started a petition to the President to create a National Entrepreneurs’ Day. We didn’t understand why the most entrepreneurial country in the world didn’t have a day to recognize entrepreneurs. Now, only 6 months and thousands of signatures later, it seems that the effort was worth it and […]
Everybody loves free stuff. Therefore, any time you can tap into that positive association (and reinforce your branding at the same time), it’s good news. It’s not a new concept, either. Swag has deep roots in history–dating back to the election of George Washington in the late 1700s when promotional buttons were handed out to […]
Here at Grasshopper, we love it when small businesses support each other. So, we’re honoring National Small Business Week by holding a contest so you can show support, and have the chance to win an awesome gift pack. All you need is the logo of your favorite small business and a reason why you love them. Really, […]
Verizon FiOS Is Amazing There are many who felt they would be stuck using cable for the rest of their lives until better choices came along. Although satellite dish is available along with cable these days, fiber optic television is also available.
The conversation about how social media is changing publishing has been going on since the dawn of social media. Ten years ago, prognosticators were sure social networks would usher in a new era for publishing. Five years later, social media spelled doom for the industry as a whole.