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My Idea of Creativity

Here’s my two cents on creativity.

creativity

Good Taste + Lot of Shit Work Experience = Chances of Creativity

Good Taste – Work = Prepare to do shit works (be glad if your own works feel crappy)

Bad Taste + Lot of Shit Work = Shitmaster Forever

Bad Taste – Work = Time to get your taste right first. Follow good stuffs early.

 

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Infographics: 60 seconds in Social Media

60 seconds may not be enough even to enjoy a cup of coffee for a person in real world, but that is a lot of time in the social media world.

Consider this for what happens every minute (60 seconds) in the social networking sites:
Facebook: 700K messages sent
YouTube: 2 million videos viewed
Twitter: 175K tweets
LinkedIn: 7K searches
Pinterest: 1K visitors

Infographics - 60 seconds in social media

Still think your business can afford to miss the social media?

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World of Social Media (Video)

Here is an interesting video on YouTube that shows the boom in social media in 2011. As we approach 2012, the social media are likely to grow even more rapidly, including the mobile social media.

Some staggering data regarding social media engagement are:

  • Facebook is the most visited website in the world
  • 11% of the world population use Facebook
  • There are more Facebook users than vehicles in the world!
  • 30 billion pieces of content are shared on Facebook each month
  • There are about 150,000,000 tweets in Twitter each day
  • Average tweet is only 40 characters long
  • 35 hours of videos are uploaded on YouTube every minute
  • 3500 photos uploaded every second on Flickr
  • Every executive of fortune 500 company is listed on LinkedIn
  • 60% admit they are using mobile devices even in bathroom!
  • Women are more active than men on social media
Social media is not an advantage for business. It is a basic necessity.

Start using today.

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Premature Scaling of Startup

If you are a Startup and wondering why your company has not performed as expected, the premature scaling theory may help you understand it better.

All Startups essentially go through several phases such as Discovery, Validation, Efficiency, Scale, Sustain & Conservation. Premature scaling in terms of business can occur when you jump to a next phase while still in the lower phase. Premature scaling can occur in terms of several dimensions such as:

Customer: spending too much resources on a customer before the product/market fit

Product: building product without validating the problem/solution fit or product/market fit

Human Resource: hiring too many people and a tall organizational structure. (Often a problem when cheap human resource is available)

Financial Resource: raising too much capital than Startup can handle (especially from outside sources)

Business Model: focusing too much on profit maximization without looking at market or environment.

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Infographic on Premature Scaling of Startups

See more details as covered by the Startup Genome Research

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An Infographic about Infographics

Infographics (or information graphics) are visual representations of information, data or knowledge. These graphics are used where complex information needs to be explained quickly and clearly.

In general infographics highlight a lot of statistics and research based numbers. Here are some interesting information regarding the infographics explained through an infographic itself.

an infographic of infographics

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