Posts Categorized: Tips

How Companies Really Screw Up Public Relations

The popularity of Jersey Shore and the vitriol of internet forums prove that we can’t resist watching disaster unfold, no matter what size the screen. While it’s great fun if no one gets hurt, public relations disasters can hurt companies far greater than most of us will ever know. From the Motrin moms to Antennagate… Read more »

11 Things You Can Do to Piss Google Off

If you have a web presence, the last thing you want to do is get blacklisted by Google. Although there are a variety of ways that potential customers can find your site, include a multitude of search engines, Google will likely be your largest single source of traffic. The unfortunate part of this whole scenario… Read more »

7 Reasons Your Company Should Care About Public Relations

There are few things more hip than a tech startup. From the long nights listening to whatever soundtrack is cool right now (TRON, Social Network) and the relative insulation of too many online-only communities, too many startups pay little attention to public relations. The reasons are many. It could be a budget issue. It could… Read more »

7 Tools That Make It Easier to Run an SaaS

AuthorityLabs is a Software as a Service (SaaS) and in order for our service to run smoothly, we use a variety of tools. If you’re planning to launch your own product, here are 7 tools that we use which make it easier to run an SaaS. Tender Support Tender Support organizes all of your customer… Read more »

Questioning Quora

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: “I feel death, cold.” “That place… is strong with the dark side of the Force. A domain of evil it is. In you must go.” “What’s in there?” “Only what you take with you.” Internet forums are fun. Moderated by the users they are designed to serve,… Read more »

16 Gmail Features You Should be Using

If you’re like me, you have a primary Gmail account and you filter all of your email through it. I have Gmail check my POP3 accounts and I even have multiple Gmail accounts all filter into the primary account. Even though I’ve been using Gmail since the days when you had to have an invitation… Read more »