The Launchpad for Silicon Valley Start-ups



Inside Y Combinator, Silicon Valley’s Most Exclusive School for Startups Investment firm Y Combinator is the most sought-after home for startups in Silicon Valley. Twice a year, it funds dozens of just-founded startups and provides three months of guidance from Paul Graham, YC’s impresario, and his partners, also entrepreneurs and mostly YC Continue reading

Silicon Valley’s top 100 companies for 2013



  TOP 100 SILICON VALLEY COMPANIES Company City All Alviso Cupertino Emeryville Foster City Fremont Hayward Hercules Livermore Los Gatos Menlo Park Milpitas Mountain View Oakland Palo Alto Pleasanton Redwood City Redwood Shores San Bruno San Carlos San Fancisco San Francisco San Jose San Mateo Santa Clara Santa-Clara South San Continue reading

5 Ways to Improve Your Mobile Commerce Site



February 25th, 2014 by Linda Bustos  Last holiday season, mobile ecommerce traffic was greater than 50%, and 25% of purchases made on Thanksgiving 2013 came through mobile devices. Pair this with the fact there’s more mobile devices than people in this world, mcommerce too big to ignore in 2014. It’s not enough to Continue reading

Blog Appeal: 5 Attributes You Need (Tips Too!)



How To Make Your Blog Appealing To Your Key Audience Posted by Heidi Cohen on March 13, 2014 in Blogging, Content Marketing | Leave a comment Will your potential visitor stop and read your blog content or won’t he? That’s the key question.  Regardless of your goals, if your blog isn’t appealing to your target audience, Continue reading

The Top 75 Must-Read Online Marketing Blogs


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Let’s hear from our readers. Do you agree that these blogs are the top 75 in these marketing categories. Which would you select? By Kristi Hines in Online Marketing |  Last year, we compiled 75 Marketing Blogs that covered conversion, content, email, paid search, SEO, analytics, blogging, and social media marketing. Of course, there are many Continue reading

10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Be Incredibly Happy



Try one. Try them all. They work. Science says so. The article below was originally published at  By Jeff HadenJan. 14, 2014 It’s easy to think of happiness as a result, but happiness is also a driver. One example: While I’m definitely into finding ways to improve personal productivity (whether a one-day burst, or a Continue reading

7 Things Your Blog Post Needs Before You Hit Publish



by Carly Stec on March 10, 2014 Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Are you arming your blog posts with the elements they need to succeed? While it may be tempting to race to the publish button the minute you finish your latest masterpiece, premature publishing could result in missed marks. Point being, check Continue reading