With the list of the 63rd Primetime Emmy® Awards nominees out, share this colorful rundown of who the most popular candidates are on Twitter (by sheer number of followers) and show your friends who’s buzzing the loudest in Tinseltown.
For some small businesses, getting in the black presents a bigger challenge than for others. A variety of factors in certain industries make them innately more difficult to break into and find success in — especially for small businesses. In this infographic, we investigate the hardest small businesses to own based on average margins, rates of failure, and expenses.
Home prices may be down to where they were in 2002 and interest rates at their lowest in 2011, at an average 4.39% for a 30-year fixed mortgage. But for many who make the jump into home ownership for the first time, properties in triple-mint condition with pruned yards and top-of-the-line appliances are still too pricey. So many first-time home buyers look to so-called fixer-uppers. A home that costs less than one in move-in condition and would require extensive renovations or repair to become livable. While shaving thousands of dollars off the cost of a property sounds appealing, though, a fixer-upper isn’t for just anybody. Many buyers underestimate the amount of time, money and labor that need to be put into transforming it into something fit for an HGTV dream home showcase.
Yesterday, Lookout Mobile Security launched our Mobile Threat Report. For those of you who haven’t had a chance to read the full report—we wanted to share a great infographic that illustrates some of the top trends and stats. Take a look to learn how much malware Lookout discovers each day and find out what can happen if you download malware.
With the rapid change in technology, knowing when to purchase a truly innovative product is becoming increasingly more difficult. With promises of changing our lives or saving time and money, more often than not, the initial release doesn’t live up to these expectations – at least not right away. However, many of us wait in long lines to be the first adopters, understanding that we most likely will pay more and have to deal with problems. Even with these known hurdles, being an early adopter does have its benefits.
Lavishing your clients and customers with gifts and attention can often becom a 24-hour job. With that in mind, it’s best to be aware of how customers will respond to your generosity. Let’s take a look at the wining & dining lifecycle to see how some of these scenarios play out.
In the past few weeks we’ve taken a gander at trends like big data and the network effect. Let’s dive into the burgeoning world of Social Business. This new generation of technologies is rising up to meet a growing demand for connectivity and transforming all aspects of business. Amid the chaos, new markets and leaders will emerge. Journalists will embrace them, and PR pros will manage the process.