Entries by Marketing @ Veriday

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10 Revealing Website and Social Media Statistics for Financial Advisors

Are you still convinced that having a website or social media presence isn’t worth your time? Are you wondering whether your prospects interact with advisors, like yourself, on social sites? Consumers are looking to make informed decisions, which means they are tapping into all resources available to them, most of which are online. Let’s face […]

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Financial Advisors: 3 ways you are hurting your online presence

These days, everything under the sun is Google-able. Anything and everything can be found online. The World Wide Web has eliminated time and geographic constraints for businesses looking to build their online reputation, connections, and influence.  Although the web has provided us with many great opportunities, there are also ways that the web can hurt […]

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Liferay Portal, a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant

As one of Liferay’s proud Canadian partners in portal technology, we were thrilled to see Liferay, provider of the world’s leading enterprise-class, open source portal, announced that it had been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals. Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company, placed […]

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How to Manage Dozens of Themes?

In the world of web applications, there is a clear divide between the front-end (client) and the back-end (server); In the last several years, frameworks have emerged for both areas that offer substantial time savings in development and design. Libraries like jQuery, Backbone.js, and Underscore.js make life in the front-end much easier, and technologies like […]

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Ant Colonies Solve User Interface Challenges

I just read a great article on Embracing Complexity by the Harvard Business Review and I got a crazy idea about using the same “ant colony” metaphor to breakdown user interface design and architecture. There is a lot to learn from an ant colony and these lessons can be applied to many complex problems as the article […]

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Music Meets Technology

I am classically trained in tabla, a drum that originally comes from India and I’ve been a software developer for the past decade. In my experience, the theme of “collaboration” often arises in both music and software development. Steve Jobs describes the creative process as “just connecting things”. Similarly, collaboration can be described as connecting […]