Guest Opinion: To end the year, here is a definitive list of New Jersey’s most promising tech startups
It seems that, even compared to just a couple years ago, more and more startups are coming out of New Jersey at a rapid clip. And also compared to a few years ago, they are coming out with better and better ideas. What I have noticed, however, is that the ideas have always generally been very good here. As a marketing and PR person, what I always thought was lacking in the New Jersey tech startup scene was great execution.
NJ Tech Community to Participate in Hour of Code –Still Room for Volunteers
All over New Jersey, tech communities are organizing for Hour of Code events during the week of Dec. 8 through 14. Volunteers are still needed for some programs.
Technology Marketing in the Digital Age: Using Content to Position Your Company’s Technology Expertise
Last month, we looked at how, through social media, expert content allows a technology company to use their expertise to position themselves as a powerful contender in the IT industry. Today, we’ll discuss three benefits of using value-added content as part of a powerful marketing strategy.
Eleven Things for the NJ Tech Community to Be Thankful for this Thanksgiving
Here I come up with eleven things for the NJ Tech Community to be thankful for. Please add what you are thankful for, or if you disagree, let me know.
Opinion: Spread the Word about Google’s Solve for X in New Jersey and Apply by Dec. 1
In the past, New Jersey was known as a place for big ideas. I won’t go into details about light bulbs and transistors, but suffice it to say that the state has a legacy of game-changing inventions here. Wouldn’t it be great if we could renew that legacy? We now have the opportunity to do so.
Google is looking for some “moonshot” projects that it can promote, and it wants applicants from New Jersey. This is the website that will tell you all about it. If you know anyone working on a big idea, spread the word. The deadline is Dec. 1.