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Drew Hendricks is a professional business and startup blogger that writes for a variety of sites including The Huffington Post, Forbes and Technorati. Drew has worked at a variety of different startups as well as large advertising agencies.

 

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How Bitcoin Can Help Expand Your Business Globally

If you are looking to expand your business internationally, Bitcoin could help expand your work and payment offerings globally. While you may have heard about Bitcoin, you may not realize that this alternative form of payment could benefit your business. Getting started with ...

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What Freelance Work Model Works Best for Your Business?

As freelance workers have become more common in workplaces, the roles they take have gradually evolved in recent years. Today’s freelancers can fit into an organization in a variety of ways, allowing them to either operate independently from employees or work side-by-side with ...

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Trends in IoT Investing for 2015

The Internet of Things is heating up to be a huge market for investors. Let's take a look at recent studies and trends in the field. A recent global research study by Tata Consultancy Services, which included nearly 800 executives from multinational corporates throughout...

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Top 15 Alternatives to Paypal

If you’re looking for a post on why PayPal sucks, then you should go elsewhere because this isn’t that kind of article. The fact of the matter is that PayPal has proven to be an easy, secure, and fast way to transfer money. And,...

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4 Best Job Fields for Remote Work and Where to Find Them

More and more companies are allowing employees to work remotely. Studies show that these employees are more productive, less stressed, and happier overall with their work-life balance. Most companies, however, only offer the option for couple of days per month, if they even ...

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After Wearables: Complete Customization?

Image Credit: Flickr/Intel Free Press Let’s jump right in. With Sprout, HP is banking on a significant departure from keyboard and mouse control. For me, those things are necessary as everything keeps getting smarter and developing. The keyboard shows the computer will respond ...

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5 Things Mobile Readiness Means for Kickstarters

You know what mobile readiness means for “regular” companies that are established. They’re all hustling to abide by Google’s algorithm update requirements, fixing mobile versions of their website, apps, and re-learning just how important responsive design is. However, ...

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7 Tech Jobs That Don’t Feel Like Work

The tech industry is a booming enterprise where the experienced professional can earn enough to live a comfortable lifestyle, to put it modestly. Still, money isn’t everything, and oftentimes, those buried in the tech industry begin to wear out. If you love working with...

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How to Turn Big Data into Big Wins: 3 Tools

Knowledge is power. That is the old adage, anyway. But does more knowledge really make us more powerful? What do you do if you’ve got terabytes of data about your customers but no way to organize, understand, or make use of it?  Owing to the...

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3 Foolproof Tips for Designing a Mobile App

In 2015, a factor in driving conversions for many businesses depends on a well-designed app that complements an existing website. But making this happen is a lot easier said than done. If you’re looking for a way to develop an app that can direct...

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How Technology Has Revitalized Project Management

Project management and collaboration are no longer limited to emails or sharing platforms such as Google Drive. Recent developments in technology have opened doors to a brighter horizon in project facilitation. With the right tools available to you, your projects are more likely ...

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How Mobile Technology Has Revolutionized Small Business

Don’t look now, but mobile technology is leveling the playing field for American firms. Technologies and capabilities that were once reserved for the upper echelon of the Fortune 500 can now fit comfortably in the palm of almost anyone’s hand. Mobile technology, whether ...

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Background Checks Increasingly Common In Online Dating

Online dating has become so popular in the U.S. that one out of four couples meet online. For example, 20 million people use eHarmony.com and 15 million have a profile on Match.com. An increasing number of single Americans meet their significant other online: 20 million...

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4 Online Marketing Trends for 2014

Every good Internet marketer knows there is only one valid rule for online marketing, and it's this: Tomorrow, the rules will change. The digital world is constantly evolving, with new technologies arriving to kick the old ones into the gutter, and consumer behavior shifts...