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StorageSearch.com lists the top 20 SSD companies – Jan 2011 edition – StumbleUpon

The Mtron SSD

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StorageSearch.com lists the top 20 SSD companies – Jan 2011 edition – StumbleUpon. This is a helpful list if you need to research SSD’s and thinking of buying one. Really almost any SSD will make a big difference in the performance and data safety of your work.

Technology alone isn’t enough to stay in business

21 Tech Companies that Changed The World… Before They Died Maximum PC – StumbleUpon. The list has many companies that are still in business, but only a shell of what they once had been. It is interesting how many companies went out of business even though they had a game changing technology. I wonder why?

The Internet 2010 in stats

 

Royal Pingdom. Some great graphs and information. Could help formulate a marketing plan.

 

Online Marketing: Everything you need to know in an infographic

Online Marketing: Everything you need to know in an infographic. Beautiful graphic. This is a great outline of the steps you should be taking to use technology to the fullest. Check your own plans against the ideas listed here.

Book Review: The Social Media Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Business Exponentially with Social Media 9780982618516: Sherrie A. Madia, Ph.D., Paul Borgese: Books

Amazon.com: The Social Media Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Grow Your Business Exponentially with Social Media 9780982618516: Sherrie A. Madia, Ph.D., Paul Borgese: Books. I agree with the commentor. Wow! This has everything you need to know to use Social Media. It includes extensive instructions on how to set up a WordPress self-hosted installation probably saving you at least $200 for someone to set it up on a non default WordPress host. What a great resource this is. Much better than WordPresses old out of date text. This is even better than a book I just wrote about here. If you have to choose between one of them, choose this one.

How Online Marketing Drives Offline Success (via Trick Today)

This is a fun infographic. Gives you a brief overview of why Social Media is helpful for business mind share.

How Online Marketing Drives Offline Success I ran across this cool info graphic today in my Google Reader.  It come from KISSmetrics, an awesome web analytic company. It provides some insight, analytics and case studies into why small, local services should use social media to increase sales…. Very good info. Here is the graphic from the KISSmetric blog post: … Read More

via Trick Today

People, Not Things, Are The Tools Of Revolution (via TechCrunch)

When people over hype technologies it sets up unreasonable expectations. That doesn’t help anything. Sometimes people can get enamored with technology and lose track of the purpose. Nice thoughts on the matter.

People, Not Things, Are The Tools Of Revolution Warmest congratulations to the Egyptian people, whose truly grassroots revolution has reminded the world what political action is supposed to look like. Although the work is far from done, and reconstituting a government by the people and for the people is perhaps the more difficult phase, it is right that they, and the world, should take a moment to reflect on a job well done. Some are using that moment to praise the social media tools used by s … Read More

via TechCrunch

Five content mistakes and how to fix them (via Nancy Loderick’s Blog)

Some helpful suggestions.  I often see websites that try to be everything to everyone.  My thought was to focus on people who are creative.

Five content mistakes and how to fix them I describe myself as a Content Marketing Strategist.  Most people ask, “what the heck is that?”   Simply put, content marketing is the creation and delivery of valuable information to prospects and customers.  It’s easier said than done. I heard a great presentation by Joe Pulizzi, Executive Director of Content Marketing Institute and co-author of “Get Content, Get Customers.” Joe talked about content and how it fits into your marketing strategy. … Read More

via Nancy Loderick’s Blog