Category Archives: Knowledge Management

Use Social Media to Extract Targeted Traffic For Knowledge Commerce

Shobha Ponnappa — May 20, 2020 Social Media Doesn’t Produce Traffic If You Use A Spray And Pray Approach. It Responds To Finessed Targeting Extracting maximum targeted traffic from social media calls for both – being socially active and having a strategic campaign with clear objectives. Most often, the reasons Knowledge Commerce solopreneurs don’t see … Continue reading Use Social Media to Extract Targeted Traffic For Knowledge Commerce

How Better Knowledge Management Boosts Your Bottom Line

Peter Daisyme — May 2, 2020 Everywhere in life, knowledge is power. But in business, knowledge is everything. You need to understand your current processes before you can automate them. To spot upsell opportunities, you need to know your clients and their contracts like the back of your hand. But it’s not enough for one … Continue reading How Better Knowledge Management Boosts Your Bottom Line

How Greater Brand Trust Acts as an Insurance in Knowledge Commerce

Shobha Ponnappa — April 9, 2020 To your customers, when the economy goes slow or uncertain, the familiar becomes even more important. The sense of instability pushes many consumers towards what they’ve known. They gravitate towards the things that feel “proven” to them. Best-buddy brands are part of the things consumers cling to, at a … Continue reading How Greater Brand Trust Acts as an Insurance in Knowledge Commerce

How To Decide On An Ideal Business Model For Knowledge Commerce

Shobha Ponnappa — March 27, 2020 Your Ideal Business Model Is The Way You Choose To Make Money Through Your Products Or Around Them Knowledge Commerce is a booming new line of ecommerce. You first discover, and then “productize” your own unique knowledge, talent, skills or passions – into ebooks, courses, memberships, webinars, virtual summits, … Continue reading How To Decide On An Ideal Business Model For Knowledge Commerce

Start 2020 Off Right With a Focus on Knowledge Management

Paul Selby — January 7, 2020 Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay Customer service agents field inquiries from customers multiple times per day. Online communities overflow with customer questions. In both situations, these are often the same, repeated issue. But that doesn’t mean new problems aren’t also cropping up a solution. This is where a strong, … Continue reading Start 2020 Off Right With a Focus on Knowledge Management

Knowledge Decays: Here’s How Your Organization Can Keep Up

Daniel Codella — September 10, 2019 Follow @mrcodella — September 10, 2019 We’re living in an era many historians are calling “The Information Age.” Rapid technological advancement, especially in computing, has made information the driving force behind social development. Data is everywhere — we’re bombarded by it constantly. In 1986, the average human being was … Continue reading Knowledge Decays: Here’s How Your Organization Can Keep Up

Why You Need to Know the Difference Between Tacit vs Explicit Knowledge

Steven Imke — September 5, 2019 Follow @SteveImke — September 5, 2019 Awhile back, my son got a new phone and was demonstrating its native voice recognition software. The phone, which uses the Google engine, could answer some questions such as, “What is tomorrows forecast?” without him ever removing the phone from his pocket. However, … Continue reading Why You Need to Know the Difference Between Tacit vs Explicit Knowledge