YouTube has introduced an app that allows users to talk about videos without going to another site to do it and Snapchat reported huge viewership numbers. These headlines top this week's small business news and information roundup.
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Nate Shaw, the co-founder of Brooklyn Music Factory, discusses how automation allows him to focus more time on growing a small business, not running it.
If the amount of connectivity in your life has become too difficult to handle, don't worry. Snips is here to help. Sure it requires turning over a lot of personal data to a third party app with some formidable artificial intelligence, but before you freak out, read on.
What does FedEx's acquisition of Dutch-based delivery service TNT Express. Well, if you ship products to customers in Europe quite a lot.
The new Amazon handmade platform built presumably to compete with sites like Etsy has added more item categories for artisan sellers. That means more opportunities for handmade businesses who use the site to reach its immense customer base.
Being in business for a long time doesn't necessarily mean it's been all sunshine. There's been tough times, certainly, but you don't have to let them know that.
Here are some tips on keeping your company's advertising campaigns ahead of and more popular than your competitions.
GoDaddy has introduced a new mobile app called Flare that allows users to enter business ideas they've had or those that just popped into their heads. The app then connects those ideas with the GoDaddy community who can either encourage its further development or even sign up to be advisors to the potential business in the making.
The new YouTube Messaging App will allow video viewers to share videos and talk about them with friends without having to chat about them on another company's platform.
Restaurant owners and operators know that success takes more than amazing, mouth-watering food. Increasingly restaurant technology comes into play. Read what it would take to make savvy restaurateurs implement technology -- and what they consider the hottest tech trends in restaurants.