This month on May 21st from 6pm – 9pm PST, SMCLA and TechZulu are partnering to celebrate “United We Share, a month long celebration of 7th anniversary of the founding of the international Social Media Club and it’s amazing members. All month long we will unite in shining a spotlight on the international community, including livestreaming our May event – a deep dive into Publishing 2.0
For about 50 years, (…cough M)Ad Men, or marketing and sales individuals, have been the kings of organizational hierarchy … and then came the Internet of things and engineers took over the throne. Yet, winter is always coming for a startup and thus a new breed has arisen from the ashes and honed a new set of skills, the Growth Hacker.
Excellent customer service isn’t just something that happens from company to consumer. Customer service starts within a company. We all know about Zappos customer culture and their willingness to stay on a call with a customer for up to 10 hours. This article is to shine a digital light on a few other companies who have “WOWED” me and their secret sauce to create long term impact that makes at least my day a little bit easier, making me excited to share these companies with everyone I know.
Music streaming services are either full of ads that interrupt the flow of music or have a premium service to hear the latest and greatest songs without interruption. Even with all that cash flow, the listeners only hear bands from big labels and the smaller indie bands are pushed away and forgotten. It’s hard for smaller labels to get any radio time and to have their name known in the music world, thus they have less resources to grow from. Earbits wants to fix those problems for listeners and small-time bands by recreating the music streaming service.
Greg, inspired by his frustration with traditional recruitment agents constantly targeting him for positions he was ill suited for and at times no clue about says he decided to do something about it when he finally landed a job suiting his skills.
He told TechZulu,”I figured the market could do with some alternatives.”