What if Google’s answer to Facebook is simply Chrome?

What if Google’s answer to Facebook is simply….Chrome?

Google offers so many different tools that aren’t necessarily seamless like facebook. What I mean by that, is that most people who use Facebook, use all their features. That’s not true for Google. Here you have a company that seems to explore so many different avenues of technology, that you go from a website that searches the internet all the way to a car that drives itself.

What’s been on my mind though, is when and how will google pull it all together? It hit me today…..Chrome

What if Google’s browser is the answer. What if the browser is the platform (network) that pulls it all together? I think it is, and eventually that could mean a Facebook browser is in our future.

Chrome features a wide variety of features catered to Personal and Business use.  If you have questions on how to begin leveraging Google for your business, contact me at 407-850-VANZ (8269)

Finding His Next Fab

The other day I sat down and watched “More Than a Game”, a documentary on the 4 players that grew up playing basketball together in Akron, OH.

(For Netflix subscribers, the documentary is available through instant streaming)

From start to finish, it was an excellent story showing team work, leadership and individual struggles and growth. At the end of it, I realized what could be the ultimate reason LeBron James turned down all offers and headed to Miami.
For LeBron, before his pro career began, he was surrounded by a few guys that were more than his teammates on the court. These guys were family and they road the journey of their childhood together. At one point in the documentary, a guy (can’t remember who) said

Attitude Really is Everything

Saturday I joined a group of volunteers organized by my church, out in East Winter Garden, FL. The project could have lasted all day, but thanks to a tremendous turnout of volunteers, the project was completed in blazing speed.

At the service project I was humbled by the children who were there.  On a Saturday morning when I’m sure all of them would typically be playing video games or watching TV, they spent their day with a paint brush in hand and serving in the community.  A decision their parents obviously made, and one they

Defining a Small Target Audience

Does you’re business require only a handful of customers to stay busy/successful?

As you define your target audience, don’t limit yourself to only “demographics.”

The advantage of having a small amount of customers required to move forward is that it allows you to define your audience all the way down to a specific niche.  This niche may be something they sell or it may be something that the owners themselves are into.

If you both share a specific interest, it opens the door for not only a great conversation, but can also feed your passion in serving them.

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