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  • nmw 21:37:35 on 2015/01/26 Permalink
    Tags: brand, brand name, brand names, , brands, domain, domain name, domain names, domains, freelance, goods, industries, industry, , information retrieval, keyword, keywords, market, marketing, markets, , natural language, search, services, word,   

    Natural Language Domain Names are the Only Platforms Freelancers + Other Providers Need 

    Over the last decade, the Social Media industry birthed many groups to serve content providers. The birth of the social media industry resulted in many realize that the audience gave way to participants. Nearly everyone is now creating sharing, chatting, rating and ranking alongside the mainstream media. Just as we saw in the social media and blogging industry the rise of organizations to cater to these new influencers, such as Blogher, Federated Media, Peers, Izea to offer events, gifts, sample products, services, and more, we’re seeing it repeat.

    Now, the Collaborative Economy industry is birthing many groups to help service providers. That same metaphor is now repeating in the Collaborative Economy, individuals, called “micro-entrepreneurs” or “freelancers” or “Makers” or “hosts/drivers/taskrabbits” and more are now creating their own goods, experiences, alongside the Fortune 500. To help standardize the language being used in the Collaborative Economy, these folks are called Providers, who provide rides, homes, goods, services, and more to Partakers…


  • nmw 18:35:30 on 2014/10/07 Permalink
    Tags: acquire, acquiring, acquisition, acquisitions, , communications, companies, company, corporate, corporation, corporations, function, organization, organizational, organizations, , role, startup, startups   

    Bypassing corporate communications, marketing, and customer care to obtain information? 

    We saw this ten years ago with social media – people were bypassing corporate communications, marketing, and customer care to obtain information from each other.


    I don’t think people were actually bypassing corporate communications — they were simply corporate communications of a different kind. Most so-called social media websites are nothing other than corporate blogs (and quite often the organizations that control these corporate blogs censor the content according to organizational rules [which are usually explicated in these organizations’ “Terms of Service”])

    Before that time, Google served a quite similar role / purpose / function.

    In the meantime, Google has become increasingly involved in acquiring startup companies that might compete with its own business.

    In the future, the organizational structure that will bring people together will increasingly be based in natural language information retrieval, and corporate branding and brand names will become ever less significant.

  • nmw 18:39:58 on 2014/01/31 Permalink
    Tags: exchange, , school, schools,   

    Recommended Schools 

    This space is for exchanging information about courses, educational resources and schools that might be of interest to entrepreneurs.

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