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November 9, 2015

the fastest growing companies in US with a triple digit growth rate



The fastest  growing companies in America   

1. Ultra Mobile:The Costa Mesa, California, wireless company, founded in 2011 by David Glickman, posted an astonishing 100,849 percent rise in sales, to $118.2 million, from 2011 to 2014.

 2. Tryfacta:The nearly-20-year-old cloud and big data service grew its sales an impressive 28,365 percent, to $34.4 million, from 2011 to 2014. In five years, CEO Adesh Tryaga wants Tryfacta to become a "20,000-employee company with over $3 billion in revenue."

 3. Optima Tax Relief:This Santa Ana, California-based tax services firm launched in 2011. Optima Tax Relief's three-year revenue jumped more than 26,007 percent, to $33.6 million, from 2011 to 2014. Over that same period, its headcount grew to 302 from eight.


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. Castle Medical:Founded by Scott Damron in 2004, the Smyma, Georgia, workplace-drug and genetics tester Castle Medical grew its sales 25,485% to $83.7 million, from 2011 to 2014. .

5. Quick Bridge FundingCo-founded in 2011 by Ben Gold and Jason Osiecki, in California its a alternative lender credit company that has seen itself grow at  24,138% in a  three-year sales growth

6. Drawbridge:The San Mateo, California, ad tech firm gives brands insight into online and offline consumer behavior. The five-year-old company, founded by Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, saw its revenue jump 23,484% to grow to  $32.9 million, from 2011 to 2014.

15 companies out of Fortune 500 brands are headquartered at Atlanta





Out of 1000 Fortune 1000 companies 27 of them are based out of and have headquarters at the  metropolitan areas of  Atlanta. Out of this 15 of the companies  are among the FORTUNE 500 brands
 Metro Atlanta’s headquartered FORTUNE 1000 companies generated aggregate revenues of $359.6 billion

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Georgia is one of the most business-friendly states in the country, largely due to their cost savings—state job-tax credits, exemptions, development funds and lower corporate-tax rates, for starters—and Atlanta’s strategic location, namely access to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the busiest airport in the world.

November 8, 2015

fastest growing US Metropolitan areas by number of new companies



Which are the top 10 Fastest growing Metropolitan areas in United states ?. The chart below shows how the individual states ranks in terms of new companies  who are setting up shops there .Our Reading is Atlanta might overtake NY and LA ( ranked currentlt no 1 and no 2) as a lot of companies are set to Georgia. Georgia is one of the most business-friendly states in the country, largely due to their cost savings—state job-tax credits, exemptions, development funds and lower corporate-tax rates, for starters—and Atlanta’s strategic location, namely access to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the busiest airport in the world.

" US fastest growing metropolitan areas witnessing  job boom "

The metro areas of  New York, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles  remains the top 3 fastest growing Met cities, by virtue of some of  the biggest number of companies being located in those areas. They  generate a boost to the local economy, leading to  increased economic activity. These 3 METS have been able to  keep up their  top 3 positions  since 2007. Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and San Francisco  make up the  4th, 5th and 6th positions respectively .They have shuffled positions over the last seven years, but each has consistently placed among the top 10.

However Atlanta  is gearing up to  give the top 3 Metros a lot to worry about with  the news of Mercedes-Benz USA relocating their headquarters to Atlanta from New Jersey in 2017  (come 2017, their $100 million headquarters will call The Big Peach home)

The automaker will be joining the ranks of 20 Fortune 500 companies currently headquartered in Georgia (and 33 Fortune 1000 companies). Philadelphia and Miami  Metros have been seeing increasing business deveopment since the last few years

September 3, 2012

Nokia Augmented Reality App out of beta




Nokia originally launched its augmented reality app City Lens 
back in May, and now the app is finally out of beta. City Lens uses your device's camera to display nearby restaurants, stores, and other notable locations in augmented reality style, along with important information about each location — including reviews, directions, hours of operation, and more.

And when you're not in the mood to have your reality augmented, you can also check out the same information through both a list and map view. If you've got a Lumia Windows Phone, you can pick up the app by visiting the source link below on your device.

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August 28, 2012

How Google Auto Suggest Can Wreak Havoc with your Brand

Often Brands and Companies gets jolted when they see " words like  Scam, Cheats or Unfair when they use the Google Auto Suggest Tool.Have you ever typed a company name into Google and been instantly greeted with words like ‘scam’ or ‘complaints’ by Google Auto-complete? 

Brands that are well known are more susceptible to this kind of " search Keywords" which is a simple looking fairly innocuous " auto suggest tool"
Google AutoComplete Screenshot showing negative/bad values

 
Brands  and Digital  Ad agencies  that invest in Online Reputation Management (ORM), might not be able to rectify this issue as the auto complete results are dictated by an Algorithm . However help is at hand . According to SearchEngine Land, there is a way  to get to this problem resolved . The first step is to analyze how this auto complete  results are obtained in the first place

The Google Autocomplete algorithm is comprised of 3 crucial parameters
  1. Search volume and searcher location – the amount of searches performed for a keyword along with the location of the searchers
  2. Mentions of the keyword on the Web, crawlable by Google’s spider
  3. Social Media mentions of the keyword on sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Google+
If you can obtain these 3 items in large quantities for your desired keywords, you may be able to influence Google Autocomplete.
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