5 questions to ask yourself before starting a company blog [feedly]

    Shared via feedly // published on passle – free research, content marketing and business blogging tool // visit site 5 questions to ask yourself before starting a company blog With so many blogging platforms, plugins and options available to businesses these days, starting a company blog really couldn't be easier. Well, easier in terms of being very accessible and quick to set up. But starting the company blog itself is really the easiest...

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Small Business Blogging: 8 Ways to Demonstrate Expertise Through Your Company Blog [feedly]

    Shared via feedly // published on passle – free research, content marketing and business blogging tool // visit site Small Business Blogging: 8 Ways to Demonstrate Expertise Through Your Company Blog Many small businesses are hesitant to start blogging, and given the effort and commitment currently required, it's no surprise why. However, there is another common reason for hesitance towards small business blogging. Business owners and marketers don't feel they are credible enough...

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a content marketing dilemma: why produce content when there’s so much already out there? [feedly]

    Shared via feedly // published on passle – free research, content marketing and business blogging tool // visit site a content marketing dilemma: why produce content when there's so much already out there? So you're a small business owner. Maybe you oversee the marketing yourself, or get somebody else to. Either way, you've no doubt read a bit about content marketing, and how it's going to be – or indeed, already is –...

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SQL Server 2014 Standard Edition Sucks, and It’s All Your Fault [feedly]

I miss SQL Server for its tooling and because I've been using it since SQL Server 7(?). it's just too expensive unless you are in the enterprise and now there are many good open source and cloud options not to mention NoSQL.     Shared via feedly // published on Brent Ozar Unlimited // visit site SQL Server 2014 Standard Edition Sucks, and It's All Your Fault Every release lately, Microsoft has been turning the...

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AWS Performance Tip 3: Use Amazon ElastiCache to improve application performance [feedly]

Amazon's ElastiCache is being used sparingly for now but will become a key component soon.     Shared via feedly // published on Cloud, Big Data and Mobile // visit site AWS Performance Tip 3: Use Amazon ElastiCache to improve application performance Web Applications can be often made to perform better and run faster by caching critical pieces of data in memory. Frequently accessed data, layers of HTML fragments, results of time-consuming/expensive database queries, search results,...

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