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Responding to Change: When to be Proactive, Patient & Reactive

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If you live in or frequently travel to NYC or you are an avid news follower, you’ve most likely heard about the proposed soda ban in the city. In order to encourage patrons to live healthier lifestyles, Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed that restaurants should be restricted to selling soda and other sugary soft drinks in… Continue Reading »

Handling Missteps on the Web

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We’ve all had missteps and made mistakes, some more serious or public than others. There’s just no avoiding these glitches because in their very nature they are unplanned accidents. What we can control is the way we respond to our own slip-ups. To borrow from pop culture, let’s take a look at popular actress Jennifer… Continue Reading »

3 Signs It’s Time For a New Web Design & Development Team

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Growing a small business is like training to be an Olympic athlete. Let’s continue this comparison with one of my favorite Olympic sports – gymnastics. When you start out in the sport, you are young. First you learn to tumble and then flip, but once you have mastered the basics and you realize you love… Continue Reading »

Prevent Hackers from Having It Their Way

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On Monday (2/18/13), fast food giant Burger King’s official Twitter account was hacked. Though the hackers retained the @BurgerKing handle, that’s about all they left untouched. The name was changed to their biggest rival – McDonald’s – with golden arches replacing the Burger King logo as the main image and a picture of McDonald’s latest… Continue Reading »