Timothy Carter, Author at ReadWrite

Landing pages can be an effective tool for educating and directing customers and clients interested in your brand. You can customize the designs and content for a variety of different traffic streams and audiences who will become customers. You can tinker with small variables over time to perfect your approach to better, effective landing pages. […]

authority

How many “marketing experts” would you say there are in the world? If you go by LinkedIn profiles or Twitter bio descriptions, there are approximately 2 billion.   Stand Out as an Authority in a Culture Full of Authorities In today’s culture, everyone is an authority. Everyone is an expert. Most everyone is some kind of […]

competition

It’s natural to be intrinsically focused when designing, developing, and ultimately launching your own website. You’re thinking about your brand, the content you want to develop, and of course, the products and services you want to sell. You want to look good in front of your prospects and customers – and generate revenue to keep […]

productivity technology

Technology has revolutionized the way we live, work, and play. It’s a field of miraculous, magical developments that always have the power to help us save time, do more, and ultimately become more productive. Right? Technology Isn’t Always Productive You might have had some experiences with technology that make you question whether a new app, […]

techno-optimists

Spanning from Silicon Valley to Upper Manhattan and everywhere in between, it seems this country is overflowing with tech-optimists. As you know — a techno-optimist is someone who is generally optimistic about the current state of technology and its potential future. These people believe that technological developments will do more good for humanity than harm […]

innovate in slow growth

Millions of would-be startup entrepreneurs, software developers, and other innovators are struggling. They want to create new products, design new technologies, and introduce the world to new heights of productivity and wellbeing. But we’re entering an era of slowed technological growth – at least in some ways. How Do We Innovate in a World of […]

every company is tech

There was a time, not too long ago, where the “tech” sector was huge. There was a large group of young, quickly growing companies developing or popularizing new technologies, and an audience of millions of investors eager to get a piece of the action. Today, we still have this paradigm, to an extent. When people […]

journalism, media

We’re in the middle of a crisis in journalism in the United States, and in many countries throughout the developed world. We collectively rely on news media to provide us with accurate, informative, and important information on which we can make decisions and build our lives. When that information is inconsistent, unreliable, or distorted — […]

starttup scaling

As a startup entrepreneur, one of your biggest priorities is scaling — in other words, growing. Modern startups, especially SaaS companies, have business models contingent upon their ability to reach a wide audience. With 10,000 users, you might be able to make a slim profit, but with 1,000,000 users, you could be a multibillion-dollar enterprise. […]

evolution of search engines

It’s easy to take online search for granted. If you’re looking to buy something online, connect with an old friend, or just figure out who was in that movie you just watched, you’re a short query and a few seconds away from getting what you want thanks to Google and other search engines. It’s been […]

data privacy

How much of your daily activities are currently being tracked? Even if you’re the paranoid type, suspecting every device and app you use of tracking your movements and online activities, you might still be underestimating how much of your data is being gathered and analyzed. Every app on every device is probably tracking at least […]

early-stage growth strategy

Growing a business is always challenging, but it’s often the hardest in the earliest stages of development. You’ll be operating with limited resources, limited knowledge, and quite possibly, a business model poised to change in the immediate future. Still, you need to find some way to pull your company out of this early-stage quicksand. You’ll […]

startups can use theirr competitors

In the world of startup entrepreneurship, competition is a major problem. If there’s another business offering a product like yours — to a market like yours — it’s treated as an existential threat, and rightly so. If a competent competitor is capable of offering superior exchanges for consumers, they’re going to leave your company for […]

Launching a new startup is always exciting. The upward potential in front of you is practically limitless. When you have the right idea at the right time, a startup that begins life as two people in a garage can eventually become a multi-billion-dollar enterprise. But before you get to the beginning level — you’ll need […]

is pivoting worth it

The idea behind the startup “pivot” is captivating. It certainly makes for a great story — especially if the pivoting startup eventually finds success. But pivoting isn’t a magic switch that can suddenly turn a failing business around. In fact, pivoting can backfire, putting you in an even worse position than when you started. If […]

click economy

We’re currently living in the era of the click economy — but what does that mean? The Click Economy means that companies of all sizes, in all industries, are competing for a single, specific user action: a click. That is to say, a user is clicking on a link to a page of your website […]

Is truth dead

We live in an era of distrust. People of all backgrounds and political affiliations are increasingly distrusting the individuals, the platforms, and even the news media companies that present them with information. And on top of that, we’re learning about malicious actors intentionally trying to manipulate the public with bad information. We entered into the […]

do before launching startup

Launching a startup is always exciting. This is your opportunity to accumulate wealth, make a name for yourself, innovate in some unique way, and possibly leave behind a legacy. But too many entrepreneurs end up failing because they were inadequately prepared. Before you even consider launching a startup, there are many preparatory steps you’ll need […]

mindful technology digital revolution

For the past couple of decades, we’ve seen an impressively powerful technology revolution. In just 20 years, we’ve gone from having less than half the U.S. population with internet access to having the vast majority of Americans rely on the internet for work, socialization, and leisure for most of their day. The movement has been […]

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