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Investment flows return to emerging markets.

Investment flows return to emerging markets. | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
A fresh wave of investment inflows is taking the pressure off some emerging-market governments that had at long last started to tackle economic overhauls. (Foreign money is pouring back into emerging markets.
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Turkey Leads Emerging Markets ETFs - ETF Trends

Turkey Leads Emerging Markets ETFs - ETF Trends | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

ETF TrendsTurkey Leads Emerging Markets ETFsETF TrendsBroad emerging markets exchange traded funds (ETFs) have eclipsed their ...


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Emerging market woes: Contained or contagion?

Emerging market woes: Contained or contagion? | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Policymakers in emerging markets are working to halt the rapid decline of their currencies, but that threatens future economic growth and could destabilize the global recovery. (Emerging market woes: Contained or contagion?
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The Business Case for Content Curation

The Business Case for Content Curation | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

Need to see real ROI before you dedicate the time and resources to curate content? This new study from Livefyre will help you make the business case for content curation.


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Bob Finch's curator insight, September 1, 2013 4:05 PM

I think that it's important to go beyond mere "connection" and engage others with the intent of establishing relationships. It's the difference between meeting someone at an event, getting their card and never contacting them again and setting up a meeting immediately with long-term intention.  Not all will "stick." But surely more will...

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 3, 2013 4:18 PM

if you've ever had to make the case for social media, and content curation specifically, this is a must read.

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Is Chromecast Google's Trojan Horse For Television?

Is Chromecast Google's Trojan Horse For Television? | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
More than any other big technology company, Google is building for the future, undertaking blue-sky projects like wearable computers and self-driving cars that don't have an obvious place in today's world because it believes they'll be ubiquitous...

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BRAND INVASION: World's biggest names under threat from new wave of rival products from emerging markets

BRAND INVASION: World's biggest names under threat from new wave of rival products from emerging markets | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

A new wave of brands could be here any minute. That will give customers more choice, but the new competition could play havoc with your portfolio.

 

A few minutes into the 2011 film Transformers 3: The Dark Side of the Moon there was a moment that had massive implications for the world’s economy, and especially for western investors. 

 

A blue, spiky-haired robot named Brains changed himself into a Lenovo laptop, and at that second the Chinese computer manufacturer made a claim to be a global brand, to rival others that paid to appear in the Transformers franchise, including Pepsi, General Motors and Adidas. 

 

Lenovo called the appearance ‘part of our global branding strategy and a big step towards our further international expansion’.




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Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, August 23, 2013 9:27 PM

Country of Origin (COO) appeal in emerging markets is becoming a major threat to leading global #brands.

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Analysis: Central Europe sheltered from emerging markets sell-off

Analysis: Central Europe sheltered from emerging markets sell-off | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

WARSAW/LONDON (Reuters) - The currencies of emerging European countries such as Poland and Hungary have dodged the giant selloffs hitting other emerging markets, and their links to a steadily recovering (Analysis: Central Europe sheltered from emerging...


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Twitter brings in Ticketmaster CEO to lead entry into e-commerce market - The Drum

Twitter brings in Ticketmaster CEO to lead entry into e-commerce market - The Drum | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Twitter brings in Ticketmaster CEO to lead entry into e-commerce market
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Hubbard, the former chief executive of Ticketmaster, has been brought in as Twitter looks to enable shopping on it site.
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Prajna Capital - An Investment Guide: JPMorgan Emerging Markets Opportunities Equity Offshore Fund - Invest Online

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Google announces Helpouts: the Hangout that's so good you'll pay for it

Google announces Helpouts: the Hangout that's so good you'll pay for it | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
It's video chat plus scheduling plus payments plus ratings -- it's Google Helpouts. Based on the best of Google+, it'll connect you with all kinds of experts.

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Kimberly Castleberry's curator insight, November 5, 2013 3:43 AM

Google's Hangout's have grown up and we're getting our first taste of their multi-tool-integrated monetezation strategy for them. "Helpouts" are hangouts where you pay to have someone help you, teach you, train you etc. They integrate deep into the Google ecosystem and present some unique marketing opportunities. I'm pleased to see them working on funding models for this that are not display ad driven. 

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This is the most popular post you’ll read all day.

This is the most popular post you’ll read all day. | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

In a recent post for The Atlantic, Derek Thompson investigates what drives people to read content online. As a writer for a popular news site, it’s of interest to Thompson to find out what people are clicking on and why when navigating through the endless amount of web content available. Though it sounds like a boring study of analytics at first, his findings and references are actually super interesting.


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Steven Mallach's curator insight, July 4, 2013 11:30 PM

Investigating how the consumer interacted with traditional media and how the social media differs is one of the most fascinating studies for marketing and communications fold to undertake.

 

Some (myself included) would argue that very little has changed since the newspaper was King of the Hill. The same rules to engaging with carefully selected demographics apply, the same headline rules, the same intro paragraphy rules.

 

Grabd the reader's attention and make sure they stick.

 

The difference is the social media channels go far beyond simple print in sharability, targeting can be much more precise and engagement is taken to a whole new MEASURABLE level.

 

So, everything changes, but everything stays the same.

Neil Ferree's comment, August 12, 2013 11:39 AM
Link bait is one way and Listly lists and votes and polls is another way both is better
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Thanks for your comment, @Neil :)
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Google's Matt Cutts on Content Curation and SEO

Google's Matt Cutts on Content Curation and SEO | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

Is it useful to have a section of my site that re-posts from other sites?


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Thorsten Strauss's curator insight, September 3, 2013 4:37 AM

Big question and straight answer : How is content curation affected by Google's Panda and Penguin updates. 

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 3, 2013 4:35 PM

Guillaume Decugis offers a valuable perspective on curation, the impact of Google algorithm changes on SEO and side references of course to Matt Cutts. In a phrase:  "Add value!"

Steve Hartkopf's curator insight, October 7, 2013 3:18 PM

Anytime Matt speaks about SEO we should listen. In this video he specifically discusses SEO and content creation. He recommends a separate website page for old blog posts. I assume Google can identify the old content as separate and, therefore, acceptable rather than someone trying to game the system by throwing up a bunch of old or curated content in hopes of improve search engine results on the back of other people's content.

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The Marketing funnel in the Digital age

The Marketing funnel in the Digital age | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
We live in a world of opinions, people love to express their opinions about anything from the Arab spring, the tragedy at Uttarakhand to the colour of their toothpaste.

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Luca Naso's curator insight, August 29, 2013 6:40 AM

In 2011 Google interviewed 3000 people and discovered over 3000 different paths to purchase.


The marketing funnel taught in most management schools is fast losing relevance in the digital and mobile age.


Data analytics can help to make sense out of this "world of opinions" where we live in.

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LEDinside:As LED Lamp Prices Continue to Plunge in July, LED Lighting in Emerging Markets Warms Up

LEDinside:As LED Lamp Prices Continue to Plunge in July, LED Lighting in Emerging Markets Warms Up | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
In July, global 40W equiv. LED lamp Average Selling Prices (ASP) fell slightly by 0.6% to US$ 15.5, with price drops most evident in U.S.,according to LEDinside, an LED research division of international research organization TrendForce.

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Chinese tech cos going private to compete against Indian IT giants in emerging markets | Economic Times

Chinese tech cos going private to compete against Indian IT giants in emerging markets | Economic Times | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it

"Chinese technology outsourcing companies, once seen as a rising threat to Indian software-services exporters, are beating a retreat from US stock exchanges with the help of private equity firms. But the development also raises the spectre of stiffer competition in the fastgrowing Asian markets.

During the last three quarters, at least five Chinese IT services companies, including iSoftStone, Pactera, AsiaInfo-Linkage, Camelot and Yucheng Technology have all announced receiving proposals from private equity firms, including Blackstone, to go private.

The push towards privatisation has been a response to US-listed Chinese companies facing accusations of weak corporate governance practices, leading to depressed valuations. But analysts are keeping a close watch on this movement away from investor scrutiny, with support from deep-pocketed funds, because Chinese IT companies now have a chance to regroup and better compete against the Indian IT services giants, especially in emerging markets in Asia.

"Going private is a key part of the larger business strategy being adopted by Chinese IT service firms. This is aimed at rationalising the service portfolio to be more solution-oriented. This will definitely help them improve operational efficiency and access local capital markets with better price-toearnings ratios," Mike Liu, COO of Infosys China, told ET.

The Communist Party-led state intervention nearly a decade ago to promote the Chinese software services sector was seen the rise of a formidable challenge to India's dominance.

 

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The Role Of Bitcoin In Emerging Markets

The Role Of Bitcoin In Emerging Markets | Growing with the Emerging Markets | Scoop.it
Whether you’re for or against bitcoin, there’s never a dull moment when it comes to the virtual currency’s battle for acceptance in developed markets.

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