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IDG Contributor Network: How Neon Roots reinvented itself by putting marketing first - Opinion - 3 hours 25 min ago

Apps have become an important part of marketing a business. Whether it’s for entertainment or information, a good app can increase customer loyalty. In addition to marketing businesses, some companies make money off the apps themselves, providing a solution that customers will pay to use. As busy as app development firms have been in recent years, though, often many businesses find they pay to design apps, only to discover customers aren’t engaging with them.

Neon Roots is a Los Angeles, California-based development shop that has developed apps for big names like Spotify and Epson. After one project nearly wiped out its resources, the Neon Roots team decided it was time to regroup. The end result of that period of introspection was a project called Rootstrap, which helps startups and small businesses strategize the digital products they create.

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IDG Contributor Network: Subscriptions are more than just flipping a switch - Opinion - 3 hours 25 min ago

One of the great things about working in technology is the never-ending challenge of working in an industry that is continually shifting under your feet. Like navigating stepping stones across raging rapids, very real technological change drives the need to keep moving or perish. And, nobody loves to talk up the next wave of change like people in tech. Each one creates a fundamental shift that requires re-examining assumptions and re-thinking the art of the possible.

Right now, one of these waves is the shift to subscription-based businesses that is taking hold around the world. Make no mistake, the shift is real, but without some real thought around enabling these models for longevity, they may end up in the tech junkyard next to all the dot coms that failed in the 80’s. Building in that longevity is going to have to come from every aspect of your business, especially the way you develop your software.

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IDG Contributor Network: Crisis communications must be ongoing, not project-based - Opinion - 3 hours 25 min ago

In the wake of the tragic fire at the Oakland warehouse known as the Ghost Ship, the city recently hired a public relations firm for a “6-month deal worth up to $90,000, to serve as official media consultants and spokespeople.” Comments and news reporters have noted that while it’s expected for businesses to hire a PR firm, using public funds for costly PR for a specific reason just doesn’t seem right, and it’s not surprising that some citizens are outraged. In this report on news of the contract, Oakland City Councilman Noel Gallo said, “I think that was a misappropriation and a misuse of public funds. That is really unexplainable."

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