Reuben Yonatan

Reuben Yonatan

  • Founder & CEO

Reuben is the founder and CEO of GetVoIP. As an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast, Reuben brings a wealth of hands-on telecom industry experience, backed by a 10-year track record in strategically shaping operational functionality in all his ventures.

With an extensive background in cloud communication technologies, and building industry leading internet companies, Reuben steers GetVoIP towards his vision to become the #1 resource for cloud computing trends and insights, by overseeing all day to day operations including editorials, content brainstorming, lead generating, as well as managing marketing campaigns with advertisers.

Having been featured in dozens of interviews, and publications, such as Forbes and BusinessInsider, Reuben’s writings blend commentary, research, and perspective on cloud computing, digital media, software trends, business strategies, and enterprise solutions.

In his spare time, Reuben is an avid basketball and racquetball player, hiker, and a self-professed web surfer, striving to make the web a better place. Reuben is also a contributor to Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, BizCommunity, as well as other popular publications. Follow Reuben on Twitter @ReubenYonatan.

Read some of Reuben's latest articles below:

March 05, 2018

How to Give and Receive Constructive Criticism

Negative feedback can be difficult to hear but can also be an especially difficult subject to discuss with a colleague, friend, or family member. While the person giving negative feedback probably believes it to be constructive, the recipient may disagree. If there is anything that can be done to eliminate this discrepancy, it is through internal understanding, reflection, and procedural...
February 20, 2018

17 Incredible Employee Perks of Successful Companies

The unemployment rate in the United States currently sits at about 4.1 percent, the lowest it has been in nearly two decades. That has put job seekers back in control of the job market, particularly in the tech industry. While there are reports that salaries are finally on the upswing after years of stagnation, it’s not just about the money for many employees. Career site Glassdoor reports...
February 05, 2018

What Your Font Choices Say About You

In 1975, two Swiss designers, Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffmann came out with the font Helvetica. Since then, it has been used on some of the biggest brands in the world, such as Verizon, 3M, Kawasaki, Jeep, Tupperware, Target, Panasonic, and Apple. What is it that makes this font and others so alluring? For most of us, unless you are a designer in some capacity, the font choice on reading...
January 29, 2018

25 Cognitive Biases and How to Apply Them to Your Business

The intricacies of human psychology are made evident through these glitches in perception, otherwise known as cognitive biases. A cognitive bias is the distortion of reality through irrational discernment of the information being received. Cognitive biases span the spectrum from seemingly harmless to truly detrimental.  For example, the IKEA effect is when someone places a higher value on...
January 22, 2018

How to Benefit from Spending Time Alone: 14 Science-Backed Ways

Dedicating alone time can have amazing benefits in your life as you release any worries of pleasing others and focus entirely on yourself. Social interaction has differing levels of inherent pressure depending on how comfortable you are with public speaking, but being alone removes that layer of social anxiety. If you have ever contemplated whether your time spent alone is healthy, look no...
January 15, 2018

15 Science-Backed Ways to Improve Non-Verbal Communication

A 1972 study performed by Albert Mehrabian concluded that 53 percent of the information transmitted during communication was from studying facial expressions, 38 percent was from the tone of voice and only 7 percent was conveyed from the actual spoken word. Although there is much discussion about whether non-verbal communication indeed accounts for 93 percent of the information being...
January 03, 2018

12 Science-Backed Reasons You Should Make Friends at Work

Having meaningful friendships at work may actually be a psychological necessity according to psychologists Sigmund Freud, John Donne, and Abraham Maslow. In fact, Maslow ranks “love and belongingness needs” in his hierarchy of needs above only physiological requirements like food, shelter and safety. With the average work week approaching 40 hours, Americans spend nearly 23.8 percent of...
December 18, 2017

15 Networking Tips for the Introverted

If you’re an introvert, networking is probably your least favorite thing to do (although public speaking might give it a run for its money). However, you don’t have to write off networking completely. There are ways to successfully network as an introvert—you just need to use science to your advantage. We’ve put together a guide for networking as an introvert that includes...
December 04, 2017

12 Famous Accidental Innovations

The technological progress of the human species is amazing. Throughout history, the world’s most brilliant minds have continuously pushed the boundaries of science to develop new and exciting innovations. Most innovations are painstakingly created through vigorous testing and experimenting, some are predicted by pop culture, and others are simply accidents. Important innovations such as...
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