Entrepreneur Basics

An Introduction to Company Website’s Typography

Font Matters: An Introduction to Company Website’s Typography

Written words are everywhere—from the menu you read this morning in your favorite coffee shop to this article. Even if you’re not a trained font designer, you may still be able to point out that the scripts you see in all these materials are different. These different scripts are called typefaces, a set of distinct design features for glyphs, such as alphabets and characters.

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How AI Is Moderating Online Content

How AI Is Moderating Online Content

Whether it be by posting a photo on Instagram or writing a blog post, we’re all adding more information to the internet. With over 4.62 billion people using social media, there are bound to be some bad eggs creating harmful or deceitful content. To make sure that users are exposed to as little bad content as possible, websites practice content moderation.

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8 Ways to Earn Money From Travel Blogging

8 Ways to Earn Money From Travel Blogging

Do you love to travel? Are you always looking for new ways to see the world and explore new places? If so, then you may want to consider starting a travel blog. Not only is it a great way to share your adventures and experiences with the world, but you can earn some extra money from it!

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Crypto’s Gender Disparity Problem Needs to Be Addressed

Crypto’s Gender Disparity Problem Needs to Be Addressed

If you look at crypto communities online, be it on Twitter or Telegram or Reddit, you’ll find them to be largely made up of men. If asked to visualize the crypto community, everyone would picture a crypto bro (men who are singularly focused on cryptocurrency predictions) discussing which currency will go “to the moon” next. In fact, 94% of all cryptocurrency is owned by men, which means that women occupy only 6% of all crypto holdings.

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5 Hidden Google’s Treasures You Don’t Want to Miss

5 Hidden Google’s Treasures You Don’t Want to Miss

As one of the leading technology giants, Google has more than 271 products serving different purposes. Many of us are familiar with Google’s search engine and the Google Workspace (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Slides, etc.). But did you know there are some hidden treasures within the product catalog that you may have never heard of but can add to your productivity?

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Popular Time-Saving Calendar Hacks You Should Know

Popular Time-Saving Calendar Hacks You Should Know

The little things can make a big difference when you’re running your own business! Entrepreneurs know this well, which is why they’re always on top of finding ways to save time and manage their calendars more efficiently. In his research on productivity and time-management best practices, Kevin Kruse, author of 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management, spoke with more than 200 billionaires (including Bill Gates), Olympians, straight-A students and entrepreneurs to learn about their most valuable tips.

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6 Business Newspapers You Should Read to Keep Yourself Updated

6 Business Newspapers You Should Read to Keep Yourself Updated

Newspapers may be a thing of the past, but don’t underestimate their importance just yet—especially when it comes to business. Staying up-to-date with the latest news and trends is essential for any entrepreneur, and there’s no better way to do that than reading a good old-fashioned business newspaper. There’s no shortage of business and financial newspapers out there vying for your attention, but which ones are actually worth reading?

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5 Top CRM Software for Small Businesses

5 Top CRM Software for Small Businesses

If you own a small and medium enterprise (SME), you know how difficult it is to keep track of your customers and sales while juggling other responsibilities. That’s where customer relationship management (CRM) software comes in.

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6 Tips to Make Business Travel Productive

6 Tips to Make Business Travel Productive

Unlike a vacation, business travel can be a grind. Long days of meetings followed by nights in unfamiliar hotel rooms can leave even the most intrepid traveler feeling exhausted. Yet, it doesn’t have to be this way. With a bit of planning, you can make your business trips work wonders for you.

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Why India’s Ed-Tech Startups Are Shrinking

Why India’s Ed-Tech Startups Are Shrinking

The education technology (EdTech) sector in India was worth US$2.8 billion as of 2020. With the pandemic forcing schools and children alike to incorporate technology into learning, EdTech has become the third most funded startup category in India after e-commerce and FinTech startups as of 2022. Despite the growth EdTech saw during the pandemic, it has become the latest victim of the slew of layoffs affecting the tech landscape across the world.

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Workplace Ghosting and How to Avoid It

Workplace Ghosting and How to Avoid It

If you have ever sent a job application to a company only to never hear back from them, you are not alone—75% of jobseekers have experienced being ghosted by a company after a job interview. Not just in interviews, ghosting has crept up into every part of corporate life. You can be ghosted by potential recruits, by new hires and even by your colleagues.

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What Is a Poison Pill Strategy

Decoding the Hard-To-Swallow Pill in the Business World: What Is a Poison Pill Strategy?

The events following Elon Musk announcing his plans to buy Twitter in April have been quite a fiasco. Earlier this month, Musk said he was backing out of the US$44 billion bid, leading to Twitter suing him over the deal. It surely was an interesting turn of events, after Twitter imposed a “poison pill” strategy against Musk’s potential takeover in April. Back then, Musk proposed taking the company private at US$54.2 per share, which was 38% higher than Twitter’s stock value before the announcement of the plan.

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Sparking Productivity through Office Design—Where Do We Start

Sparking Productivity through Office Design—Where Do We Start?

You may have heard that we spend one-third of our lives sleeping, but do you know work also takes up a similar portion of our lives? An average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime; therefore, it’s no exaggeration to say that the office is our “second home”.

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Jobs Balance

Top 3 Jobs with the Best and Worst Work-Life Balance

Whether you are a writer like me or doing something completely different, it always seems like the grass is greener on the other side. It feels like someone else, who makes more money than you, is always doing better in life. But is it always the case?

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