Have you ever dreamed about making your own video game? Kickstarter is an awesome site to make any hobby or dream come true. Once you’ve come up with a great new idea, first try and find the right team to help you put it all together. Then create a Kickstarter project with obtainable goals and… Continue reading How to Launch a New Video Game on Kickstarter
Today, LinkedIn launched a new feature called Field of Study, a simple way for people to search for LinkedIn members based on what they studied, and to see the careers that these members pursued. To put the tool to the test, LinkedIn started by examining the field of fine arts and whether studying the subject… Continue reading Does Studying Fine Art in College = Unemployment? Introducing LinkedIn’s New Field of Study Explorer
Ever wonder which companies employees want to work for most? Now you can find out thanks to a LinkedIn study on which companies are in the most demand across North America. By analyzing more than 10 billion data points between members and companies and comparing that information with thousands of member surveys, LinkedIn could determine… Continue reading The 50 Most Sought After North American Corporate Employers of 2014 From LinkedIn
There is a new grass-roots revolution taking place in manufacturing for the inspired do-it-yourself types. This week, President Obama hosted the first White House Make Faire to meet with students from various backgrounds in science, technology and engineering, along with other hands-on entrepreneurs who are using new high-tech and collaborative maker tools to build businesses.… Continue reading President Obama Hosts the First-Ever White House Make Faire [DIY]
Working at a startup, especially an early stage startup, can be a life changing experience that allows you to hone a variety of skills in an insanely short amount of time – not to mention the financial payout that sometimes accompanies working at successful startups. So it’s no wonder that startup jobs are hot on… Continue reading 5 Things to Avoid When Applying to a Startup
If the dawn of the internet has shown us anything, it’s that no one wants to pay for music. Despite the fact that 28 million people around the world paid for a music streaming subscription in 2013, free ad-supported listening through services like Spotify, Pandora and YouTube (not to mention the good old AM/FM radio)… Continue reading Are Hard Bundled Songs the Next Big Thing in Music?
Yesterday AT&T and DirecTV agreed to an acquisition worth a whopping $48.5 billion dollars. But before AT&T will sign the merger, it had to make sure on stipulation was met: that NFL Sunday Ticket would come with DirecTV. NFL Sunday Ticket is a DirecTV sports package that broadcasts NFL regular season games that are unavailable… Continue reading AT&T and DirecTV Merger Could Fall Apart Without NFL Sunday Ticket
When small businesses are just starting and don’t have a lot of clients, it is pretty easy to keep track of everything with a simple Excel spreadsheet. But, once businesses start to grow, this software just isn’t going to be enough to track things like customers, sales, progress, etc. Luckily, there is something else businesses… Continue reading The 5 Best CRM Tools for Freelancers and Small Business Owners