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inc.com — Randi Zuckerberg, former marketing director of Facebook and founder of RtoZ Media, speaks at the Executive Marketing Summit in New York. Jill Krasny The ex-Facebook executive and TV producer explains her plan to shake up the content business--and make her own mark on the Web.
inc.com — Jana Kasperkevic | Inc.com staff Follow the three Ts to launch better products, says Ryan Ferrier, co-founder of the 60 Day MBA program. Tweet Launching an imperfect product is an entrepreneur's worst nightmare. But by taking the time to perfect it prior to launch, entrepreneurs might be missing out on valuable feedback from customers, says Ryan Ferrier, co-founder of the program 60 Day MBA.
inc.com — Francesca Louise Fenzi | Inc.com staff Blogger and marketing strategist John Jantsch explains why learning to write for an audience made him better at selling and doing business. jjpacres/Flickr Tweet They say the pen is mightier than the sword--but what business does an entrepreneur have picking up either?
inc.com — Francesca Louise Fenzi | Inc.com staff Members of the question-and-answer site Quora submitted their picks for the smartest moves in business. Here are three to study. shutterstock images Tweet Earlier this month, the online question-and-answer forum Quora asked its members: What's the shrewdest, smartest maneuver you've ever seen in business?
inc.com — Eric Markowitz | Inc.com staff Americans are some of the most entrepreneurial citizens in the world. But is this a good thing? shutterstock images Tweet The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, a yearly report funded by Babson College, concluded Wednesday that Americans are more bullish than ever about starting a business--even if their entrepreneurial ambitions will never materialize into the profitable business they believe it will become.
inc.com — UNDER THE WIRE | Gene Marks Let's call the 'Millennials' the Entrepreneur Generation' and learn to manage the valuable characteristics that set them apart. ladyvee9 via Flickr Tweet My neighbor Adam is a so-called Millennial. That means, according to those who follow pop culture today, that he is between the ages of 19 and 30.
inc.com — Drew Greenblatt | Inc.com contributor Yes, manufacturing can be an engine of growth again. But it will only happen if we address these critical issues. Courtesy of TruckPR Tweet It seems hard to believe with people still struggling to find work, but there are 600,000 jobs in U.S.
inc.com — Digital wallets have long been in the news, but the hottest trend is peer-to-peer payments and apps that help small business owners ditch their cash register. Visionary start-ups like Square will introduce new payment services this year, while Google plans to get in on the trend by bringing its Wallet to Gmail users.
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