Tag: Company

Right Online Presence – Don’t be invisible!

The advent of the internet has definitely opened the doors to a whole new dimension in the world of advertising. The opportunities to promote one’s business online are enormous and plenty. However, the right technique needs to be applied in order to get the utmost visibility. This need has given rise to something known as an SEO expert company. Effective promotion of a website or even a business over the internet is a task of crucial importance for every company that strives to have a good online presence. Sure, you may have one of the most innovatively designed websites that can have the potential to receive awards for its creativity, but no one will know about it unless it is not promoted well over the internet. This is where the SEO expert company comes into action. The most important aspect of search engine optimization is link building. This helps the website to gain a good amount of internet traffic towards the site, thus increasing its visibility. This, however, needs the right method because any negligence in this field can cause your company’s website to be blacklisted for inappropriate link building. Hiring a specialist will ensure that the development of your website is in the right hands. The second most important step is inserting ‘keywords’. For example, if your company or business deals with furniture, the best thing to do...

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How to Stand Out and Make Money on Design Crowd

Design Crowd is a popular crowdsourcing graphics site. Blog owners and entrepreneurs come to the site looking for logos, web design and print materials for their brand, and designers submit ideas to compete for jobs. The winning design is selected, and the designer is paid. If you submit a lot of designs that are selected as winners, you can make a fair amount of money from the site. (Each winning logo pays $200 or more.) However, the key is to have your designs consistently chosen as winners, which isn’t always guaranteed. There is a lot of competition on the site, so you must do what you can to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few tips to stand out and make more money on Design Crowd: Learn about the Company: How can you create a brand identity if you don’t know enough about the company? Make it your mission to learn everything you can about the company before you begin your work. The things you learn about the company’s vision, culture, products and more can (and should) influence your design. If you can’t find what you need on the company’s site or through an Internet search, send a direct message to the project poster to ask for specifics. Learn about the Design: Few companies want to get random pitches from designers and hope for the best. Most...

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History of Company Names

I found this informative article through mail from my colleague. I found it very interesting and informative and thought I should share it with my viewers/readers. So you will also find it very interesting, you will find many of details new to you. So must read. Hewlett-Packard (HP): Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard tossed a coin to decide whether the company they founded would be called Hewlett-Packard or Packard-Hewlett. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– Yahoo: The word was invented by Jonathan Swift and used in his book Gulliver’s Travels. It represents a person who is repulsive in appearance and action and is barely human. Yahoo! Founders Jerry Yang and David Filo selected the name because they considered themselves yahoos. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– Xerox: The Greek root “xer” means dry. The inventor, Chestor Carlson, named his Product Xerox as it was dry copying, markedly different from the then prevailing Wet copying. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– SUN Microsystem: Founded by four Stanford University buddies, Sun is the acronym for Stanford University Network. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– SONY: From the Latin word ‘sonus’ meaning sound, and ‘sonny’ a slang used by Americans to refer to a bright youngster. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– SAP: “Systems, Applications, Products in Data Processing”, formed by four ex-IBM employees who used to work in the ‘Systems/Applications/Projects’ group of IBM. —–X—–:-:——<—+—>——:-:—–X—– redhat: Company founder Marc Ewing was given the Cornell lacrosse team cap (with red and white stripes) while at college by his...

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