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There is a Gap Between Marketing and Sales

Posted on in Marketing Technology

Narrative greatly helps recollection. Journaling is one of the oldest forms to record and shape it. But as more drop the pen for the keyboard one has to wonder -what new dynamics are taking place?Journaling, more often than not, is a personal exercise. It rentrenches narratives from the writer’s POV, often without a second thought 


TechCrunch Should Stick to Technology

Posted on in Lifestyle Marketing Technology

Okay, time to break the fourth wall. I like TechCrunch…to an extent. So does just about everyone. The news site’s coverage of tech is admirable. It attracts a world of crazies and the best talent percolates to the top. That’s one reason I’ve never applied -to do so is insane. It’s like submitting a short story 


Collaboration is Not an App -It’s an Extension

Posted on in Lifestyle Marketing Technology Web Design

Collaboration is the lifeblood of greatness. Auteurs may spit at the notion, but just about everything outside art depends on multiple sets of hands. That there are so many channels to communicate is unsurprising: phone, email, chat, etc. Each was groundbreaking when initially unveiled. Each is also surprisingly crude for the intricate needs that professionals 


B2B Branding and Design

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Disruptive B2B SaaS is a dime a dozen. Now don’t get me wrong. The good stuff actually improves its clients’ generation, processing, output, or whatever else. Even so-so applications aren’t necessarily devastating…just a 2.0 GPA. Think stuff that adds unnecessary components or otherwise complicates navigation without offering a concrete benefit.Relevancy, of course, matters a ton. 


Marketplaces + SaaS = Demand

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One major trick to SaaS is making it applicable. Startups can offer the most intuitive user experience *evar*. In fact, they can offer the most incredible service this side of Timbuktu. Without relevancy, though, it is usually dead in the water.In the realm of B2B this means personnel. Great sales software is useless without sales 


Will the Internet Always be Laissez-Faire?

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Worldwide connection is what the internet promises. And slowly, we’re getting there. The benefits are pointless to list -they are just that many. As the world slowly gets closer geographic divides are less dramatic. Oh sure, they exist. A bandwidth connection is not going to change drinking water from dirty to clean…at least not directly.This 


State Development of Disruptive Software: Yay or Nay?

Posted on in Technology

Contrary to popular belief, online technology is not mature. It’s huge, yes, but not mature. In fact, online tech resembles other nascent industries from the late 19th century. Statistics and medicine particularly stand out. That may seem like a stretch. However, widespread adaptation of the “new” is all too similar.U.S. medicine struggled to gain legitimacy 


Is B2B the Next Wave of Uberization?

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The actual Uber app of Medicine may one day arrive. For the time-being, though, would-be bidders must use crooked inner-circles. My point? Apps expose and fulfill laissez-a-faire currents rather than perpetuate them.Exclusive car services were around way before Uber or Lyft. Ditto for exclusive renters’ circles and Airbnb. They merely broaden and popularize a channel 


Craft Brands vs. Big Brands – Wheres Does Software Sit?

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Craft matters a whole lot more than Kraft nowadays. More intrinsically, big consortiums are feeling it. Just check out this article from The Economist -your mustache balm painstakingly made by riverside nuns may soon be a Unilever property. What does this have to do with SaaS, DaaS, and gen tech? Everything. It’s about who, or 


Social Games, IRL, and the Realm of Possibilities

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Video games don’t create a chemical dependence. Just ask your average Overwatch player, though, and we know they are addictive. About every online game cashes in on rare items, exclusive quests, etc.Competitiveness pervades such environments. Ironic, then, that few games require any sort of “skill” as we typically define them. Fine motor ability and an 


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