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Symbiotic Relationship Between Small Startups and Big Corporates
Jun20

Symbiotic Relationship Between Small Startups and Big Corporates

The tech world works a little differently than the rest of the business landscape. In retail, or hospitality, or even service oriented industries, Big Business is seen as a threat to the small-time Mom and Pop operations that were once the hallmarks of Main Street. This isn’t a primary concern in tech. Time and time again, when small startups innovate, they’ve demonstrated the ability to stay ahead of the larger companies that try to...

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Blendle offers succor to publishers as readers can now pay-per article from US apps
May26

Blendle offers succor to publishers as readers can now pay-per article from US apps

Publishers groaning under the heavy burden of watching their revenue dwindling due to ad blockers can heave a sigh of relief. Blend is a Dutch startup, which aggregates news from different media houses online via a paywall before allowing users to pay a small amount per every article they read. Blendle adopts a system where users only pay for articles they wish to read—and also gives them the opportunity to get a refund when they are...

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Looking for Top Entrepreneur Friendly Cities? Think Outside Silicon Valley Box [Infographic]
May13

Looking for Top Entrepreneur Friendly Cities? Think Outside Silicon Valley Box [Infographic]

Entrepreneurs don’t have to come from tech towns. In fact, many of them come from small towns or no towns at all! The entrepreneurial spirit is not tied to geographical location, so even if you start your business in a barn in Kansas you have just as much chance of making it as anyone else! So let’s learn more about where top entrepreneurs came from via below infographic envisioned by the ‘HireAHelper‘ team...

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Exploring Micro Experiences in Ready-Made WordPress Themes
Mar13

Exploring Micro Experiences in Ready-Made WordPress Themes

Exploring Micro Experiences in Ready-Made WordPress Themes Microinteractions always surround us whether we are cognizant of them or not. Whenever we get in contact with a digital interface, whether it’s reacting to a reminder regarding a friend’s birthday or hitting the button to submit an online form, microinteractions are in play. Above 2 scenarios and many other similar events are deemed as microinteractions, even if you just let...

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Filling the void: How do you decide the ‘Kind’ of content your site needs?
Mar12

Filling the void: How do you decide the ‘Kind’ of content your site needs?

  While the visual design of a company website is extremely important, all the effort that you put into this can come to nothing if there is insufficient content. In some cases, this may mean graphic content or illustrations, but principally, content means ‘Text’. It is this text that search engines use to find the website, and that users access to discover information that they need. Without enough text, a website can appear...

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How The E-Commerce Boom Transformed Retail Logistics
Mar07

How The E-Commerce Boom Transformed Retail Logistics

In recent years, Business 2 Consumer (B2C) e-commerce sales have surged in popularity. With the rapid growth in e-commerce, online retailers must adapt and educate themselves on what this will mean for their distribution network infrastructures. Logistics in e-tailing has been proven to be difficult. Therefore, it is greatly important that there are key differentiators for e-tailers. In 2016, logistics is considered to be the backbone...

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