Category Archives: Infographics

Ahead of the Twitter ($TWTR) IPO

As Twitter prepares to go public  on Nov 15 (source here), take a look at their latest data on finances, users growth, impact on social TV and more.

Ahead of the Twitter IPO an Infographic


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5 Ways to make your LinkedIn Profile Irresistible

> Create a LinkedIn profile, not a Linkedin Novella. Think keywords and SEO.

>  Align your personal brand with who you are and what you showcase.  Think consistency.

> Build bridges between where you started and where you are now. Think storytelling.

> Don’t forget to use a profile picture. Think business portrait (obviously).

> Use your customised url when sending your LinkedIn profile to a recruiter. Think polishing.

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A Cheat Sheet For Pitching Your App To Bloggers

So your mother says you’ve developed the best app of  the Android and the Apple Store combined?

She seriously thinks your idea is the best after the breakout of electricity? Wow, impressive. Hope to meet you at next year’s International Mobile Congress!

Because having ‘just’ a great idea isn’t enough to win it, now is the time to go out there and show the world what your mother praises you for. You got to pitch your app to bloggers, and you got to do it right or else they’ll just move on to the next yada-yada, and so on.

Now here’s a cool cheat-sheet  to pitch it nice and neat that will save you time and that will get you through the door. That is, of course, assuming in the first place that your app really is the best thing on earth after a glass of champagne.

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Entrepreneurs in 2012: losing Sleep, but not losing Hope

Based on a recent Hiscox study involving 3000 SME’s partners and owners in the US, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Spain, conclusions highlight that the Entrepreneurs’ DNA is made of optimism and determination. Despite yet another year of global economic struggle, a majority of five in six countries report an increase in new customers. Backed-up with long working hours (approx. 42.8 hours a week, 51.3 hours/week for our German fellows), one of the key findings was that optimism outnumbers pessimists. There-you-go.

The power of mindset… Changing your perception will lead to changing your emotion. And if you can change your emotion, your outlook on life will shift and you will come up with new ideas and a constructive frame of mind. Optimism enables to capitalise on each possibility: it fuels success and personal growth.

Need I say more? Check the infographic below and click here to download the full DNA of an Entrepreneur Study to uncover the attitudes, values and ambitions of global entrepreneurs.
It’s energizing and inspiring 😉

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