The wealth of crowdsourced, peer advice allows us to make an informed decision when we decide how to spend our money. But, why don't we practice this ritual when picking a bank, a credit card or any other financial product?
Being in business means more than just selling your services or goods. In 2013, being in business means selling, monitoring, engaging, social sharing, online reviewing, reputation managing, generating, and -- most importantly -- listening.
With so many business people writing books, accepting out-of-area speaking engagements, and seeking more ideal clients, time is of the essence. With that in mind, below are three common wishes for today's busy entrepreneurs.
Last week, Joya Banerjee published a distressing account at Slate of an anti-circumcision fringe group's efforts to bury a book about the AIDS epidemic under a pile of blistering customer reviews. It seems the tactic worked.