Millions use GoFundMe as their go-to platform for fundraising campaigns. But while GoFundMe is easy to use and has a solid reputation, it lacks some features and isn’t ideal for all campaign types. Today we’ll look at why you might want a GoFundMe alternative and our top 10 options.
Cloudbazaar 2021: Web professionals and stalwarts discuss the future of eCommerce at the 10th annual event
The already booming e-commerce segment in India was further accelerated by the novel coronavirus pandemic. And the lockdowns led to the rapid growth of the web pro community. Several questions need to be answered to ensure everyone has proper guidance to grow and make their mark in the highly competitive ecosystem.
Swiggy looking to invest $700 M in Instamart; set to reach an annualised GMV of $1 billion.
Bengaluru-based foodtech unicorn Swiggyhas stated it will be investing $700 million in its instant grocery delivery service Instamart. Launched in August 2020 in Gurugram and Bengaluru, Instamart is present across 18 cities, and conducts over 1 million orders in a week.
Twitter is reportedly working on releasing new seasonal and holiday app icons for Twitter Blue subscribers.
How to Manage the Risk and Reward of New Revenue Streams.
The more sales channels you open, the more customers you reach, the more sales you close. Seems like simple math. Yet, managing and servicing multiple revenue streams is not without challenges. The allure of a new revenue stream is understandable: added cash flow, more customers, and presence in new markets. But, risks including increased production requirements, new rules and regulations, and greater overhead, often leave business leaders wondering if the rewards outweigh the risk.
Dec 1 (Reuters) – Former President Donald Trump’s new social media venture is seeking to raise up to $1 billion by selling shares to hedge funds and family offices at several times the valuation it commanded in a deal with a blank-check acquisition firm in October, two people familiar with the matter said.
Technology Is Changing PR and Marketing Forever.
Running a tech PR and marketing firm myself, AuthorityTech, I have seen firsthand how technology is rapidly changing the very fabric of how companies are building and marketing their brands.
The very foundation of this rapid change, in my perspective, is the fundamental transition of how we as humans gather, perceive and consume information.
Before the internet, there was a very limited amount of sources from which we could consume news and information: the local newspaper, perhaps the local news channel if you had a TV, physical books and literature, and, lastly, conversation with other people. Put simply, access to information was slow.
It was recently announced that stock photography provider Shutterstock has formed a partnership with Staples to launch a new interactive design experience for small business owners. The two companies will join together to expand Staples’ turnkey design experiences to include a vast content library and simple image editing tools.
Entrepreneurship is a rewarding and challenging journey.
It’s not for everyone, but it’s worth understanding the myths that may be holding most people back.
Here are 10 myths about entrepreneurship to help you decide whether or not this is the right path for you.
What are your favorite brands? Apple? Disney? Trader Joe’s? What do they all have in common?
Even if you hadn’t stopped to think about it before, the reasons are immediately apparent: They all offer quality products, an extraordinary customer experience, and a distinctive brand identity.
And none of these things happened by chance or good luck. It all required strategic planning. But how do you do it? What, exactly, is a branding strategy? How do you develop one? And how is it different from your brand identity?
Top line growth is the first lever of bottom line optimization. And while it’s arguably the most exciting method, it’s also the most difficult to achieve.
“Top line growth means there has been an increase in the gross sales and revenue,” entrepreneur Mary Hart explains. “When you achieve top line growth, you’ve brought in more customers, or sold more to your existing customers, and have made more sales than the previous month or year.”
Bottom line growth is the second lever of bottom line optimization. This is usually easier to do, though there are limitations to how much you’re able to do.