I just watched the intro video by the co-founders (one being Academy award winner A R Rahman - slumdog millionaire fame). Looks like a social network for 'creative content' where people can upload their creation (songs/videos/poems/short stories/photography/graphic designing)for others to consume.
I can't agree more. I understand such thinking in the tech community (having been a software developer myself for 3 years). The value offered in a good MBA program is under-rated. This might be partly (or wholly) because of each of us would having encountered a 'not so good' manager in our life. There might have been instances where we feel that 'the guys with MBA who decided on this thing is dumb and so this proves that MBA has no value'. I have been there as well. However, when I did my MBA, I did see the value in the program. Of course there were 'some' dumb classmates who would eventually end up managing smarter employees but that doesn't mean that the MBA program has absolutely no value. Not fair to stereotype I feel.
It completely depends on the individuals. I for one, always wanted to an entrepreneur. But felt that I need certain skills. I needed to learn things like pricing model, forecasting, project management, supply chain management, accounting and data analytics the theoretical way via MBA. Also, I wanted to strengthen my marketing and networking skills. I took the MBA route and am very happy I did that. I am confident of the above things now. Even though I might not be doing all/any of the above, I can at least understand what my employee is doing and be realistic in expectations (I also have 3 year software development experience btw). On the other hand, someone would already have figured these out wouldn't have to put money and time into an MBA program. Reiterating - it completely depends on the individual.
I have to agree that most people ignore SEO because of the lack of understanding. May be they are intimidated by the very word.
The three steps mentioned in the article: URL, Navigation, Page title go a long way. This is were content management systems like WordPress really help as these three things are taken care by design. In addition to this, internal linking structure is important to. Again, a proper CMS makes it way easy to get a decent SEO going to begin with.
Oh boy that reminds me of all my similar experience with IRCTC. If I need to book a ticket for a busy weekend, I get my friends at various other locations to try and book the same. We all stay on conference call and when one person books it, others stop trying. Usually tickets open for booking at 8:00 am and the server is literally dead for the next 1 hour.