Tommy Wyher is a writer out of the great state of Florida and has written for numerous publications. He enjoys reading about the newest and latest developments in tech and social media.

 

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How to Build an SEO Strategy on a Startup Budget

Word of mouth and social buzz can be enough to catapult a startup into a new level of success. Not all great startup ideas or business concepts generate a buzz as it could be in a field the common person doesn’t view as interesting….

4 Types Of Content That Attract Customers

Content is king. You’ve heard it from every business owner when they’re first starting out. And while this is true, there are plenty of content types that will not convert because they don’t make customers pay attention. Whether it’s a lack of genuine information or…

Technological Advancements Make It Easier To Protect Your Home

According to the most recent FBI crime report, there are over 8 million property crimes a year. What can you do to prevent becoming a statistic? You want the confidence a security system provides, but think you can’t get it because you live in…

Firing People at a Startup: Reasons and Procedure

Firing employees

There are going to be hires that are absolute gold for a tech startup. However, there will also be individuals who turn out to be a nightmare to employ and must be terminated for numerous reasons. Firing somebody can be difficult, but with the…

Why You Should Consider Outsourcing These Services

Intel, GoPro Among Top 30 Companies Hiring Freelancers

A small business cannot hire everyone in-house for a variety of different reasons. The first is that many smaller companies or startups cannot afford to hire someone full-time for something that might only take them a few hours a day. The next is that…

Is Sports Programming Killing Cable Companies?

Picking Duck Sports

Cable programming is increasingly relying on sports programming to keep people from cutting the cord. In the past several years, cable TV companies paid ESPN two to three times as much as they pay any other network for broadcast rights because of how large…

6 Things That Could Cripple a Startup

Are These the Top 50 Startup Failures of All Time?

Starting a company can be very rewarding financially if it is a success but it can be even more rewarding on a personal level. With this being said, for every extremely successful tech startup, there have been many thousands of startup failures. All businesses…

13 Tips for Improving Your Ecommerce Store

ecommerce

Are you struggling to break even with your online store? Or maybe you’re doing fine financially but wondering how to revitalize your brand awareness or boost your unique views even further. If you’re serious about increasing the success of your ecommerce store, here are…

How to Tactfully Implement Your Digital Advertising

How Technology is Changing the World of Marketing

Digital advertising is the way to get the word out about your company’s services and products, but it has to be done tactfully. Manners matter in every aspect of business, including marketing campaigns. Because the digital-media landscape changes constantly, it’s important to keep up…

All Things Analytics and Excel: An Interview With Wayne Winston

Wayne Winston has consulted for several Fortune 500 clients, developed the statistics tracking and rating system used by the Dallas Mavericks, is a two-time Jeopardy champion, has a PhD in Operations Research from Yale University, and holds numerous teaching awards. He’s also written several books,…

5 Invaluable Tips When Outsourcing for Your Startup

Startups look to minimize their costs until they become profitable. Often times this means that some of their work has to be outsourced because they cannot afford to hire a full-time employee to handle these things. The world of technology has many different affordable…

Tech Giants Urged to Curtail Carbon Footprint

The way in which large IT corporations are dealing with the colossal boom in social media activity has grave consequences for the planet, says environmental protection campaign group Greenpeace. In a report released last year, the group known for their robust stance against carbon…