How “1” Is Not The Loneliest Number But Rather A Sign of Popularity

It seems that more and more time is being spent using Google+, at least for me. Yes, I’ve heard people say that Google+ isn’t relevant and that no one really uses it, but I find that it’s helpful in its own ways. Sure we can post things to Twitter and to Facebook, but for me,… Continue reading How “1” Is Not The Loneliest Number But Rather A Sign of Popularity

Battered & Bruised, Google Needs To Show Google+’s Value To Businesses

In my last post, I gave an overview on Google+, Google’s latest foray into the social media world and something that continues to need innovation in order to compete with the likes of Facebook, Skype and a slew of other social services currently on the market. Also in that post, I highlighted some things I… Continue reading Battered & Bruised, Google Needs To Show Google+’s Value To Businesses

Google+ Isn’t Just Another Social Network, But It’s No Facebook (yet)

We never thought this day would arrive. But it seems that Google has finally figured out how they are going to enter the social scene and has unleashed their “Facebook-killer” known as Google+ (pronounced “Google Plus”). ¬†Earlier this week, the search engine giant released its latest social product. Off the heels of failed services like… Continue reading Google+ Isn’t Just Another Social Network, But It’s No Facebook (yet)

Buying & Selling On Empire Avenue: The Stock Market Approach To Influence

We all love playing the stock market. Here in Silicon Valley, companies love the stock market even more when their business begins the process of going public and getting ready for their Initial Public Offering (IPO). While a majority of people are probably interested in and have the capability of playing the stock market for… Continue reading Buying & Selling On Empire Avenue: The Stock Market Approach To Influence