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According to the Associated Press, Facebook is currently considering a way in which it could provide access to the social networking site to children. Currently, Facebook only legally allows those over the age of 13 access to the site, but those terms are pretty easy to get around; state that your birthday falls a few…

Read more Should Facebook or any Social Platform Allow Access for Kids Under 13?

Thanks to Entrepreneur.com, we’ve got the inside scoop on what some of today’s biggest and most successful entrepreneurs are reading, have read or would recommend you read when you’ve got some down time by the pool or on the beach this summer. We’ve got the short list of suggested books (below), but check out Entrepreneur’s post for the full…

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You’ve probably heard about working at places such as Google, where the cafeteria food isn’t like what those two words typically imply, and where cubicles aren’t anything like those you laughed about in Office Space. We’ve all probably also heard about how Google’s innovative offices are this way because they’ve done the research to prove that…

Read more Make Your Office More Enticing, á la Google

I recently attended a conference in Austin that focused on social media best practices, and more specifically the merit of word-of-mouth in driving brand reputation and preference. Wordofmouth.org’s Andy Sernovitz makes a compelling and deceptively simple argument that love – or making your customers happy – is the fuel for positive, robust word-of-mouth conversation. This positive buzz,…

Read more Maybe Love is All You Need