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Tips to Build An Awesome 'Harley Davidson Style' Online Community

Online user communities can be a powerful force for businesses.

Ketan Kapoor

5 Ways to Validate a Business Idea, Right Now

Don't let your day job or lack of capital stop you from finding and testing a business idea. Here's how.

Ryan Robinson

How to Build Your Own Online Community

Microsoft's purchase of LinkedIn signals changes that make now the time for you to create a dedicated platform for your customers.

Rob Wenger

Netizens Want Raghuram Rajan Back as RBI governor, Badly!

Rajan is currently at the centre of a debate on whether he would get an extension or not beyond his current three-year tenure, ending September.

Ritu Kochar

5 Tips for Building an Online Community for Your Business

Building a strong online community will foster customer loyalty and generate greater sales.

Zach Halmstad

Social Media Connects Our Spirit And Our Work

It's never been easier to embrace and share your spirituality thanks to social media.

Sandi Krakowski

Get Your Burning Crowdfunding Questions Answered on Kickstarter's Version of Reddit

Called Campus, the online forum gives crowdfunders a place to get support and feedback about how to launch and run a campaign.

How to Disconnect From Someone on LinkedIn in 4 Easy Steps

Professional connections don't always pan out. Here's how to disassociate from unwanted ones with a few clicks.

15 Truths About Online Trolls

As long as there has been an online community, there have been people abusing anonymity simply to inflict hurt and harm. A lot has been learned about them.

John Rampton

Facebook Launches Rooms, an Anonymous App Linking People With Common Interests

The new app is inspired by the internet's role as a 'third place' for strangers without traditional social bonds to meet and exchange ideas.

Benjamin Kabin

5 Examples Your Brand Can Follow to Build an Online Community

If you're feeling lonely while you toil out there on the web, take some lessons from these vibrant websites. What they did, you can do.

Derek Miller