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TechCrunch | Survey: 80% Say Social Networks Had No Influence On Holiday Shopping Decisions

TechCrunch | Survey: 80% Say Social Networks Had No Influence On Holiday Shopping Decisions | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Social networks could one day revolutionize how we get shopping recommendations, but not yet. Instead, tablets are causing the biggest shakeup in ecommerce.
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What to Do With Your Hands When Speaking

What to Do With Your Hands When Speaking | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
The most frequently asked question of presentation coaches is "What do I do with my hands?
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Signs You're Ready to Be an Entrepreneur

Signs You're Ready to Be an Entrepreneur | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Is it time to take the leap? Here are founders' words of wisdom on whether you're truly ready to make it on your own.
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How to Sell Yourself as an Expert

How to Sell Yourself as an Expert | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Step 1: Become an expert in something. (That part is up to you.) Step 2: Let the world know about it with these tips.
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4 Ways Marketers Can Drive Revenue--And Prove It | Fast Company

4 Ways Marketers Can Drive Revenue--And Prove It | Fast Company | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
It’s hardly breaking news that marketing leaders have become more empowered–-and their results, more measurable--than ever before. In fact, any good marketer these days should be able to answer questions like these in his or her sleep:“How many...
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Why the Future of TV Won’t Be Here Soon

Why the Future of TV Won’t Be Here Soon | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Social TV, Web TV, etc., are all fine. But regular people want to pay less for the stuff they want. And getting that to happen is going to require a lot of work.
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A new vision for the city of the future - Fortune Tech

A new vision for the city of the future - Fortune Tech | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
As the world population expands, cities will have to transform to meet the challenge. Here come foldable cars and flexible apartments.
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13 Tips for Increasing Your Company's Google Rank

13 Tips for Increasing Your Company's Google Rank | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Apply these tips and techniques from a group of successful, young entrepreneurs in order to boost your company's SEO results.
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How to Compete on Value, Not Price

How to Compete on Value, Not Price | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Use these three steps to get customers to look beyond price to see the value your company truly offers...
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Pandora’s 125 million registered users average 18 hours of listening a month

Pandora’s 125 million registered users average 18 hours of listening a month | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Popular internet streaming company Pandora, which went public last year, shared some numbers going into the CES event in Vegas. They're pretty impressive, in case you were worried ...
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Man tries to sell son on Facebook for $20M

Man tries to sell son on Facebook for $20M | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Today, we are reading reports that a Saudi Arabian man is attempting to sell his own son on Facebook. His asking price is 73 million UAE Dirhams, or around $20 million.

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How to Design an Ecommerce Site to Maximize Sales

How to Design an Ecommerce Site to Maximize Sales | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
When designing your ecommerce website, keep these three basic principles in mind to streamline your customer's online shopping experience.
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Future of Facebook: Society (CC 3.0)

Leading social and tech experts present their visions for Facebook's future impact on society. Some believe Facebook will become pervasive plumbing for the s...
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5 Proven Ways to Generate Revenue From Facebook

5 Proven Ways to Generate Revenue From Facebook | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Can you really make money from Facebook? If you understand what your customers value, the answer is "yes" - if you put in the effort.
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11 Businesses You Can Start in Your Pajamas | Inc.com

11 Businesses You Can Start in Your Pajamas | Inc.com | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Learn from these entrepreneurs that ditched the office to cut overhead expenses, be closer to family, and enjoy, as one entrepreneur put it, the "10-step commute."...
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Alito: Broadcast TV a dinosaur like LPs - UPI.com

Alito: Broadcast TV a dinosaur like LPs - UPI.com | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Broadcast TV should be allowed to die without the U.S. Supreme Court meddling with rules on cursing and nudity, Justice Samuel Alito Jr. said.


"Broadcast TV is living on borrowed time. It is not going to be long before it goes the way of vinyl records and eight-track tapes," he told government and broadcast lawyers during oral arguments on whether broadcasters should still be fined for showing vulgar programming that is constitutionally protected when presented on cable TV or the Internet..."


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Jack Daniel's Secret: The History of the World's Most Famous Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Secret: The History of the World's Most Famous Whiskey | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
"56 men signed the Declaration of Independence, one man put it in a bottle."...


...In the 1870s, Daniel had lots of competitors around Lynchburg, Tenn., in distilling whiskey filtered through charcoal. He wanted his whiskey to represent something special. So he used only the iron-free cave spring water on his property and the finest grains, mellowed his whiskey by filtering it through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal, and changed the charcoal out more often to produce a more consistent and better whiskey...

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Did Google Go Too Far Mixing Social And Search?

Did Google Go Too Far Mixing Social And Search? | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
This morning Google (NSDQ: GOOG) unfurled a pretty new search feature that lets users receive personalized results based on their own friends or photos.


También en relación al tema la siguiente nota del Huffington Post:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/10/google-search-plus-your-world_n_1196565.html?ref=divorce&ir=Divorce&utm_source=pulse&utm_medium=direct

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3 Ways to Outwit Your Competition

3 Ways to Outwit Your Competition | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Is it time to wage battle, leverage your business model, or just poke fun of your rival? Here's how to tell.
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How One Man Turns Trash into Profits

How One Man Turns Trash into Profits | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
Waste Ventures is transforming garbage-and-recycling collection in the developing world into sustainable communities, and a growing business.
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3 Ways to Build Customers' Trust

3 Ways to Build Customers' Trust | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
With online retail in particular, trust is a critical element in building sales. Here's how to demonstrate your company's reliability.
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Looks like there's no Pulitzer for Twitter reporting

Looks like there's no Pulitzer for Twitter reporting | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
A spokesman for the board that oversees the Pulitzer Prize awards for journalism says live reporting of a news event using Twitter would not qualify for a Pulitzer unless it also appeared on a traditional news website.
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New tweets per second record for sports set after Tim Tebow touchdown toss

New tweets per second record for sports set after Tim Tebow touchdown toss | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it
According to Twitter, more than one sports record was shattered yesterday during the Denver Broncos stunning overtime victory against the Steelers.

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Future U.: What will it look like?

Future U.: What will it look like? | Contenidos Digitales | Scoop.it

How will the universities future generations attend differ from those we attend today?
In the year 2015, Sarah will take a single face-to-face class, one for which she paid extra just to get on a wait list, with her university’s star cognitive scientist. She is taking four other classes, but those she attends from the comfort of her off-campus apartment. She meets her professors in cyberspace, or not at all...

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The Future of Marketing 2012 and Beyond

Recently some clients have asked me to think about marketing, brands, consumers, the new media, technology, and how the new relationships among these elements are changing old enterprise/customer relationships. Fundamentally I think the deepest shift that is going to happen can be captured by asking one important question. Traditionally, one might ask which brands you like, and why? But a more powerful question for the future is, I think, which brands like you and how do you know?
I don’t think there is any question that future buying activity will be driven heavily by economics, that is, who can offer the most affordable quality. But when there is a decision point between brand options, and price is not the key driver, then consumers will increasingly ask whether the brand demonstrates that it cares about its customers. A couple of examples. Starbucks versus local and smaller coffee houses is a choice that many consumers make. Starbucks attempts, mostly with good success, to overcome its gigantic size with a genuine emphasis on being a local third place. Their reputation for good treatment of employees, for providing health insurance for part-time workers, for frequent promotions and giveaways, like their provision of a free drink for every 15 purchases, the free music download cards on the checkout counter, the constant stream of responses to customer concerns on their Facebook and Twitter feeds, all say that, as a brand, we care about you.
For a subset of coffee customers this is not enough. They will choose a ...

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