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Mary Shulzhenko

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8 Ways to Win More Loyal Customers with a Personal Touch

Winning loyal customers does not necessarily need to take huge marketing budgets. When it comes to customer loyalty, it’s usually small gestures that get appreciated the most and remembered. Here are 8 ways to get more loyal customers with a personal touch: http://goo.gl/LZS0Ya #biztips
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Ruben Ugarte

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Tinder and the Dating App Retention Paradox

Tinder is more than the most popular dating app on the market—it’s one of the most powerfully sticky and addictive apps period. Billions of swipes and tens of millions of matches are recorded every single day. Average usage across both male and female users is somewhere around 90 minutes a day.

When it comes to user retention, however, Tinder seems to be caught in a paradox.

Every time Tinder facilitates a successful match and that match leads to a meaningful relationship, they lose two customers.
Is user retention really important for dating apps like Tinder? Maybe not in the way that you think.
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Emmanuel Jimmy

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101 #Startup Goal Setting Initiatives Of Every Successful Business. #growthhacking
http://bit.ly/2aKwJV2
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Best Finance, Investment, and Money Apps - http://goo.gl/D72p98
#finance   #stockmarket   #investment   #moneymanagement  
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Rick Li

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With the rise of web-based working, physical location is often irrelevant. Cue the rise of so-called #digitalnomads , a group of ' #locationindependent workers' for whom the daily commute is whatever they want it to be. #Digitalnomading is often sold as 'work while you travel', but for an estimated 500,000 people globally it’s more about remote working than perpetual travel. For many, it’s a simple reaction to economic realities.

Many digital nomads spend some time looking at a handful of their favourite places to live and work, and travel between them. Others travel randomly, permanently, or stop for years at a time when they find love. In fact, #digitalnomadism covers so many different kinds of people and preferences that it’s only the need for freedom and modern #technology that joins them. The latter is primarily the internet, of course, though communication and collaboration apps like Gmail, Skype, Slack, Appear and Hangouts are useful. So too are cloud services including Evernote, Dropbox and Google Drive.

#WorkforceManagement #Workplace #VirtualWorkplace #Workforce #VirtualTeam #PeopleManagement #EmployeeEngagement #Leadership #Management #DigitalWorkers #VirtualWork
Why a growing army of ‘digital nomads’ are choosing Asia as their base
http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/travel-leisure/article/1983144/why-growing-army-digital-nomads-are-choosing-asia-their
For many who wish to get away from the daily commute, working online offers them a chance to fulfil their dream, and safe, cheap and friendly Asia is the perfect place to do it
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aditya singh

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Hello guys...
Are u among them who have great ideas in mind
that can bring ease of access to indian people
make u famous and can lead to a great startup
company .. but you don't have idea on where to
start ??
how to start
don't have money to invest
don't have proper knowledge on developing apps
but still have many revolutionary ideas in mind so
u can msg me in inbox I would be happy to take
ur ideas to investors if they like ur idea u will
have the day...... So u can comment here then
talk wid me prsnally. Thanx
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Leonard Kim

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How to Distinguish the Product CEO



In a startup, I would be what you consider a COO. I don’t know how to make ANYTHING, except skin toner. Don’t ask me how I know how to make it. It’s a weird thing to know how to make. I don’t even know why I know how to make it.

Since I don’t know how to make anything, people who do know how to make things usually approach me and ask for my help in building out their business. They know how to make the product, but they don’t know how to deliver it to market. For some reason, I do.

Well, anyways… Most Product CEO’s don’t want to be the CEO. They want me to be the CEO instead. However, I don’t want to attach my name to anything, so I hide in the dark as a COO who never talks to anyone outside of the company, unless they are strategic partners or investors.

I build an image for the Product CEO and make them be the face of the company instead. Then I build them a team to handle all their needs.

However, this is what I actually know how to do and what I end up doing for the startup.

I make the Product CEO stay focused. Their job is to build product. However, they need to build the marketing into their product. So, a few modifications from their original vision need to be implemented immediately, or the expansion of the product becomes too expensive.

I then start working on a mind map, to lay out what we need for the company.

After I lay out the mind map, I start figuring out who needs to fulfill each role.

While I’m figuring out what roles are necessary, I create a share structure for the company, including making sure that there are excess shares available, for when we need to raise money. I make sure to include vested shares for everyone, including founding partners.

After I’m done creating my outline, I go meet with an attorney to register the business and file for trademarks.

From there, I gather a team. We work together on building out a logo, graphic design, creating out a web presence, etc.

Since I’m in the back doing the work that no one sees, I design the mission statement. From there, I create an executive summary based on what the business expects to do in the next ten years, from inception to sale.

After I create the executive summary, I get help from someone who is better at putting together numbers than I am, and start building out the business plan.

My job is to make sure that everyone is on track and working towards meeting their deadlines. Since I have a marketing background, I’m able to also make key changes that will better influence the overall success of the particular product.

We then build the initial product and then we test the market. If things go well from our initial test, then we seek out capital from investors or partner up with someone who has the resources that we need to expand.

From there, it’s all about managing the books and making sure the company doesn’t run out of money.
In a startup, I would be what you consider a COO. I don't know how to make ANYTHING, except skin toner. Don't ask me how I know how to make it. It's a weird thing to know how to make. I don't even know why I know how to make it. Since I don't know how to make anything, people who do know how to ...
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Mary Shulzhenko

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5 Reasons Why You are Losing Loyal Customers

Do you truly care about your loyal customers? They are the backbone of any successful business, that’s why you can’t afford to ignore them. Here are 5 major reasons why your business might be losing loyal customers – make sure to avoid them: http://goo.gl/HM3PJ6
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Quincy Smith

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If you aren't working remote then I highly suggest you check it out if at all possible. If you are, then check out these 5 tools we looked at that are designed to make tracking and managing remote employees easier than ever:

I used to work for a company (not remotely, unfortunately) that began and ended each day with a stand-up meeting designed to review our tasks and projects. These meetings were incredibly valuable for reviewing project statuses, assigning daily tasks, and encouraging interactions between teammates. At Visiple, when we approached the issue of how to keep track and manage remote teams, we wanted to recreate something similar but were l...
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Welcome to Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs & Startup Group, world's largest mobile entrepreneurs meetup community! Add organizer to your circle https://plus.google.com/102386250212617344639/ From App to Startup! Meet other local entrepreneurs /founders/Hackers/Developers,/Investors/VCs, and leaders for the mobile / Internet industry, including Android, iOS, WP, HTML5 , Cloud, Facebook, Chrome! Come to our events to network and share your stories. Hear how others have overcome hurdles and achieved success. All are welcome! This fast growing Entrepreneur community is the the place to network with the like minds. And also, its a great place to help individuals, especially developers, engineers to become successful Entrepreneurs. Be a volunteer: http://goo.gl/BvleX Be a speaker: http://goo.gl/8D29i Type of events: * Monthly Pitch & Demo day (Saturday morning) * Entrepreneurs / Co-founders Mixer Every month in SV and SF. * SVE Accelerator / Boot Camp Share your story, listen to stories from like minds. * Startup Contest * Entrepreneur Social Hiking
 
Enlisting 14 must have ‪#‎sales‬ ‪#‎tools‬ for ‪#‎startups‬ to increase sales.
https://www.saleshandy.com/blog/sales-tools-for-startups/
Sales is the be-all and end-all for every startup. Without enough sales startups can’t generate the cash they need to survive, grow or
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John Larase

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Here are a couple of ways your team can stay productive while working from home.
#productivity  
Building a culture of trust and happiness can be hard in a remote team, but what about productivity? Here's 14 ways to get the best from your team.
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If you’re already spending hours hunting Pokémons, why not make money out of it? Some people are even quitting their jobs to become a full-time Pokémon master.

Wouldn't it be awesome to make money with Pokémon GO? Now, you can! Put down your phone and check these 5 ways to make some cash.
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Kevin Rape

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Leading by example… I took people out to the streets to go and pray for the sick, and these are some of the testimonies. Please +1 it and share it to make Jesus famous, not me. http://faithtriggers.com/healing-testimonies-may-and-june-2016/
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Ruben Ugarte

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How the Right Incentives and Metrics Makes Your Growth Team Better
Are you setting the right incentives for your growth teams? Learn how this core economic principle can affect your growth.
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Simcha Lazarus

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Even successful CEOs have to start off somewhere.
Here are 10 top CEOs and their unglorious (and sometimes strange) summer jobs.
The summer jobs of these CEOs might sound weird, but every single one of these people has proven that setting their alarm clocks and going to work taught them lessons they’ve taken with them into their super successful careers.
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Dana Blouin

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Persistence is a powerful tool and can help us achieve success and reach our goals. Persistence overcomes resistance.

https://youtu.be/e91MEMaZUUw
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Here is part two of our five part series on Demystifying The Video Production Process. Today we dive into scripting, storyboarding and finding the right talent and crew for your video.

https://soundcloud.com/branch-out-podcast/demystifying-video-production-preproduction-1
Here is part two of our five part series on Demystifying The Video Production Process. Today we dive into scripting, storyboarding and finding the right talent and crew for your video. In scripting, we discuss the concepts of not strictly telling the story verbally but also visually, finding the right plot for your video, taking risks during the brainstorming process and reading your script aloud to make sure it flows well and makes sense. Fo...
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Wouldn’t it be awesome to travel around the world and earn money? You can become a digital nomad make the world your office.

Wouldn't it be awesome to travel around the world and earn money? You can become a digital nomad make the world your office.
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