October 20, 2014
A recent Grist article on the public comment process said “the public comment system is the virtual equivalent of going to a protest.”
I spend a lot of time on Regulations.gov, the home of the public comment system. I bet you’re thinking there are plenty more entertaining places on the Internet where I can spend my time, so let me tell you why I’m there. > read post
October 16, 2014
As I flew home from a business conference this summer, I kept thinking about the same question: In today’s business environment, is risk to crisis what preparedness is to opportunity? > read post
September 3, 2014
One of the most popular uses of the internet is to search for health information – and it’s more than just patients searching WebMD to self-diagnose their latest ailment. Patients who are looking for a provider heavily use online resources to help with their decision-making process. By applying best practices for hospital website content, your online presence can provide the information patients need during a critical time in their decision-making process. > read post
August 14, 2014
There is always a new app, update or extension which promises to change the way that people operate on a daily basis. The four apps listed below demonstrate just that sentiment; beyond that, they inspire. Admittedly, an app which allows you to locally order pizza at the touch of a button will not change the world—however, it does make you wonder how you didn’t come up with the idea first.
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August 4, 2014
Many of our clients operate in B2B industries. No matter the industry, e-commerce plays a large role in B2B digital and sales strategy – or at least it should.
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