Love it or hate it, email is the go-to method for work communications at most companies today. But this wasn’t always the case: in its early days, managers feared email. They worried employees would abuse the new form of technology and disclose confidential or embarrassing company information to the outside world. They also had concerns [...]
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According to a recent Fast Company article, employees estimate that they spend spend about 4 hours a day (half a workday) managing multiple "inboxes."
LinkedIn recently achieved a major milestone: 100 million members. We're really excited to be part of the celebration!
Whether you like it or not, the era of social media is here. And whether you actively manage your online social media presence or not, you and your company are probably out there being discussed right now. All this means you have two choices: proactively develop a strategy for social media for yourself and your company or ignore at your own peril.
According to an ongoing web study from Global Web Index, between July 2009 and September 2010, participation in real-time social networks and microblogs both grew by 20%.
2010 has been great for Rypple. First, for the users we’ve gotten to know and learn from. And second, for the incredible team that we’ve built. At Rypple, we’re taking a different approach to the problems we are attacking. We want to learn from employees and managers who use our service, not a sales process. In 2011 this approach has helped us learn a ton.