Celebs live and die by their brand--and so does your company. Here are lessons from Bono, Kim Kardashian, Tiger Woods, and other huge stars on reinvention, staying relevant, and remaining true to yourself.
Google is very careful with the design of its search page--though the look and feel may not be to your taste, Google usually only adjusts it incrementally. Now there's news it's trying something actually big--pop-over full page result previews.
Microsoft dropped a major new Bing feature today: "visual search." It does what it sounds like, instead of giving you a list of links with thumbnails, Bing gives you a bunch of images you can sort through. But does this actually help?
My last blog referring to David Mulling’s (Co-founder Real Vibez Media) Facebook note got a tremendous response! Many persons were inspired by his revelation. When my article was featured on the front page of Fast Company.com (coupled with David’s PR dexterity), I was contacted by the author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, Mike Michalowicz . Talk about the law of attraction!
I was sent an autographed copy of this great book (thanks Scott Bradley!) and I look forward to reading it and doing the juicy book review.
David Mullings, co-founder of Real Vibez, a media marketing and Caribbean culture entertainment distribution company, this morning posted on Facebook his MBA vs. TPE Moment” (TPE=Toilet Paper Entrepreneur). In essence, his "Eureka" moments in building his business. Here's what he's discovered.