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Your Online Marketing Efforts: SEO Counts, but Quality Reigns Supreme - Forbes

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Your Online Marketing Efforts: SEO Counts, but Quality Reigns Supreme
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This isn't easy for marketing types to understand, since they tend to measure value by searches.

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Ally Greer's curator insight, April 24, 2013 2:09 AM

Keywords are important and might help you get to the top, but content is nothing if not engaging.


Spending too much time trying to optimize your content for search takes away from the time you could be (not) spending keeping it lean.

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Vos efforts de marketing en ligne: Comtes SEO, mais la qualité règne en maître - Forbes

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Nuno Edgar's Investment Case: The new era of Bankers Compensation

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Learn how Bitcoin is 100 times More Powerful than Google

Learn how Bitcoin is 100 times More Powerful than Google | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
Allow me to introduce you to someone who has the potential to be very important in the future of Bitcoin. His name is Balaji Srinivasan, and he is the chairman and co-founder of 21 Inc. What is 21 Inc? 21 Inc. is the Bitcoin startup that secured the most venture capital of any Bitcoin company …
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JP Morgan CEO: We Can Learn From Technologies Like Bitcoin

JP Morgan CEO: We Can Learn From Technologies Like Bitcoin | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

Jamie Dimon, chairman and president of JP Morgan Chase, says his bank can learn from disruptive payment systems like bitcoin.


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BitPay Reveals the (Good) Reason Why Bitcoin Price Is Down

BitPay Reveals the (Good) Reason Why Bitcoin Price Is Down | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
Let's cut right to the chase: the 17-month-long Bitcoin price drop has not spelled the slow death of the currency. Quite the contrary.
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International Bitcoin Survey Shows Interesting Trends

International Bitcoin Survey Shows Interesting Trends | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

A new bitcoin usage survey conducted by BitcoinsInIreland provided some interesting data.


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Bandwidth for Bitcoin: BitMesh Displays Working Prototype

Bandwidth for Bitcoin: BitMesh Displays Working Prototype | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

The elephant in the room of any discussion about the future of Internet is the mesh network. How can we bypass the faulty mega-ISP model, and network peer-to-peer (P2P) instead?


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How Self Service Analytics and Rules Engines are Crushing Big Data

How Self Service Analytics and Rules Engines are Crushing Big Data | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

Big data has ruled the tech industry for a half-decade, but this is all set to change in 2015 with the advent of cloud data.


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Fàtima Galan's curator insight, April 9, 5:10 AM

"Big data takes time to sort through and analyze.

Cloud data is immediate and happens in the background using the tremendous resources of cloud servers. "

"Data scientists are trained and valuable assets to large corporations that work with massive amounts of data.

Cloud data will provide a robust and automated mechanism for the most common analytics tasks required of businesses.

However, data scientists continue to grapple with the issue of making sense of the data created by businesses."

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Germany’s second “Bitcoin Boulevard” is born in Hannover | Bitcoin Examiner

Germany’s second “Bitcoin Boulevard” is born in Hannover | Bitcoin Examiner | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
After Bitcoinkiez (which can be translated to ’Bitcoin neighborhood’) in Berlin, Germany is getting its second location dedicated to the world’s most famous cryptocurrency. And this time Hannover is the place of choice.

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The Rise of Bitcoin

The Rise of Bitcoin | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
It was all thanks to the advent of Bitcoin people realized that there could be such a thing as computerized or digital currency. Now, the same digital curr

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What If Google Had a Hedge Fund?

What If Google Had a Hedge Fund? | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
A hedge fund uses treasure troves of data and an almost infinite amount of speculation to help investors make extraordinary profits. With a range of aggres

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Participation Marketing for Content @ Scale: The Future of B2B Marketing

31 predictions on the future of B2B marketing from speakers at the MarketingProfs B2B Forum in 2014.


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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, September 26, 2014 2:12 PM

You can't say Lee Odden doesn't practice what he preaches.


In this compilation of perspectives for the future of B2B Marketing, he curated views from dozens of influencers on what they felt the future would bring. And he of course added his own insight on slide 36 which is very interesting because you get that the concept of the whole slideshare is precisely that: Participation Marketing. 


His point is that content marketing works as it gets B2B buyers through 60-90% of the sales cycle before they even call sales. 


The problem then?


Scaling it.


What he offers as a framework to scale this is Participation Marketing which means involving not only influencers or guest contributors but also current customers and your target audience in your content creation process. 


A great example of that is what the University of San Francisco did to leverage its community of faculty and students to help their own marketing efforts.

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Internet currency: Local company hopes to utilize payment process

Internet currency: Local company hopes to utilize payment process | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
Imagine a world where everything is purchased electronically and none of it is paid for with government-backed currency.

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High-speed internet is the norm, and we're lost without it - The Star-Ledger

High-speed internet is the norm, and we're lost without it - The Star-Ledger | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
High-speed internet is the norm, and we're lost without it
The Star-Ledger
My computer isn't working. Or it is, but there is a problem — a considerable problem. The internet is slow.
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Thinking Ahead - Essays on Big Data, Digital Revolution, and Participatory Market Society

Thinking Ahead - Essays on Big Data, Digital Revolution, and Participatory Market Society | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

The rapidly progressing digital revolution is now touching the foundations of the governance of societal structures. Humans are on the verge of evolving from consumers to prosumers, and old, entrenched theories – in particular sociological and economic ones – are falling prey to these rapid developments. The original assumptions on which they are based are being questioned. Each year we produce as much data as in the entire human history - can we possibly create a global crystal ball to predict our future and to optimally govern our world? Do we need wide-scale surveillance to understand and manage the increasingly complex systems we are constructing, or would bottom-up approaches such as self-regulating systems be a better solution to creating a more innovative, more successful, more resilient, and ultimately happier society? Working at the interface of complexity theory, quantitative sociology and Big Data-driven risk and knowledge management, the author advocates the establishment of new participatory systems in our digital society to enhance coordination, reduce conflict and, above all, reduce the “tragedies of the commons,” resulting from the methods now used in political, economic and management decision-making.

 

Thinking Ahead - Essays on Big Data, Digital Revolution, and Participatory Market Society
Authors: Dirk Helbing
ISBN: 978-3-319-15077-2 (Print) 978-3-319-15078-9 (Online)

http://www.pks.mpg.de/mpi-doc/sodyn/physicist-language/ ;


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Samsung Researching Bitcoin For Future Uses - CryptoCoinsNews

Samsung Researching Bitcoin For Future Uses - CryptoCoinsNews | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

Samsung, the largest South Korean conglomerate, is not scared off by a consolidating Bitcoin price.


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Cloud continues to be important to businesses – but there’s no strategy in place

Cloud continues to be important to businesses – but there’s no strategy in place | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
Latest survey research from Cloud Sherpas has revealed while seven in 10 IT leaders view enterprise cloud software as central to their company’s success, only half have a formal cloud strategy in place.

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“Security concerns have prevented one or more of my company’s business functions from adopting cloud technology”, 28% strongly agreed ...................

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Inside Bitcoins Returns to Hong Kong with Blockchain Focus

Inside Bitcoins Returns to Hong Kong with Blockchain Focus | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
Continuing the largest Bitcoin event series worldwide, Inside Bitcoins is returning to Hong Kong on May 14-15, 2015 with special focus on blockchain tech in Asia.
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Bandwidth for Bitcoin: BitMesh Displays Working Prototype

Bandwidth for Bitcoin: BitMesh Displays Working Prototype | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

The elephant in the room of any discussion about the future of Internet is the mesh network. How can we bypass the faulty mega-ISP model, and network peer-to-peer (P2P) instead?


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Modular robotic systems: Methods and algorithms for abstraction, planning, control, and synchronization

Modular robotic systems: Methods and algorithms for abstraction, planning, control, and synchronization | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
While expected applications of Modular Robotic Systems (MRS) span various workspaces, scales, and structures, practical implementations of such systems lag behind their potentials in performing real-world tasks. Challenges of enhancing MRS capabilities not only are limited to designing reliable, responsive, and robust hardware, but also include developing software and algorithms that can effectively fulfill tasks through performing fundamental functions like shape-formation, locomotion, manipulation, etc. Thus, MRS solution methods must be able to resolve problems arising from the tightly-coupled kinematics of interconnected modules and their inherent limitations in resources, communication, connection strength, etc. in performing such functions through domain-specific operations including Self-reconfiguration, Flow, Gait, Self-assembly, Self-disassembly, Self-adaptation, Grasping, Collective actuation, and Enveloping. Despite the large number of developed solution methods, there is no inclusive and updated study in the literature dedicated to classifying, analyzing, and comparing their specifications and capabilities in a systematic manner. This paper aims to fill in this gap through reviewing 64 solution methods and algorithms according to their application in each operation and by investigating their capabilities in (1) modeling and simplifying MRS problems through Abstraction methods, (2) solving MRS problems through Solution and Control methods, and (3) coordinating actions of modules through Synchronization methods. Challenging issues of each solution approach along with their advantages and weaknesses are also analyzed and open problems and improvement outlooks are mentioned. Overall, this paper aims to investigate the research areas in MRS algorithms that have been evolved so far and to explore promising research directions for the future.

 

Modular robotic systems: Methods and algorithms for abstraction, planning, control, and synchronization
Hossein Ahmadzadeh, Ellips Masehian

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.artint.2015.02.004 ;


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New York Regulator Outlines Changes to Bitcoin Rules | DealBook

New York Regulator Outlines Changes to Bitcoin Rules | DealBook | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

In a speech on Thursday, Benjamin M. Lawsky, New York State’s top financial regulator, provided the most detail yet on revisions to his proposed Bitcoin rules.


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The Metaphysics of Technology

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By David Skrbina What is technology? Why does it have such power in our lives? Why does it seemingly progress of its own accord, and without regard to social or environmental well-being?


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Ten Strategies Hedge Funds Use to Make Huge Returns, and You Can Too

One of the main reasons that the ultra rich have become so enamored with the hedge fund industry over the years is their “go anywhere, do anything” approach to investing. Hedge funds are not regulated ...

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What If Google Had a Hedge Fund?

What If Google Had a Hedge Fund? | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it
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Requisite Variety, Autopoiesis, and Self-organization

Ashby's law of requisite variety states that a controller must have at least as much variety (complexity) as the controlled. Maturana and Varela proposed autopoiesis (self-production) to define living systems. Living systems also require to fulfill the law of requisite variety. A measure of autopoiesis has been proposed as the ratio between the complexity of a system and the complexity of its environment. Self-organization can be used as a concept to guide the design of systems towards higher values of autopoiesis, with the potential of making technology more "living", i.e. adaptive and robust.

 

Requisite Variety, Autopoiesis, and Self-organization
Carlos Gershenson

http://arxiv.org/abs/1409.7475


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Bill O'Reilly, wrong (again) about the Internet - Washington Post (blog)

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Bill O'Reilly, wrong (again) about the Internet
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The Internet also has created a way to debunk this claim about the Internet.
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How Small Business Can Leverage the Internet of Things | Internet of Things Journal

How Small Business Can Leverage the Internet of Things | Internet of Things Journal | Internet Partnership | Scoop.it

...Small companies can bolster their business significantly by leveraging this technology properly. Owners who come up with a comprehensive IoT strategy will be well equipped to manage a business in the ever-changing 21stcentury.

 

According to CMSWire.com, many companies will need to start by updating their IT assets. "Add new devices, connect them to the cloud and enable them to talk to each other."

 

Businesses must harness the power of technological connectivity in order to serve and understand their customers better.Small businesses should first consider using IoT to collect customer data. The technology allows companies to easily and cost-efficiently collect new data which will offer invaluable insights about ways to improve business or keep up with the competition....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, July 26, 2014 10:50 AM

Very interesting article and tips on how small business can leverage the Internet of Things.