Can you direct the attention to your business by using content published on Facebook, Twitter, Medium and other social media — exclusively? You can, but your story won't necessarily be picked up by the media, printed or online. Especially in a B2B environment chances are your Facebook page won't generate enough genuine interest and you will need a more traditional approach to reach your target audience.
Not only does it do 4K, but the Ninja Assassin is a clear break with the past. Its AtomOS 6.x is a huge leap forward and the screen is gorgeous. The review I wrote is long, but I'm covering everything you need to know...
If you have visited this site before, you'll know I have reviewed portable studio gear and have been impressed with the quality and flexibility of the ExpoImaging Rogue product range. In addition, ...
E. Vlietinck's insight:
I have been a fan of Rogue FlashBenders since they first came out. They're small and extremely portable. While they can't replace a full studio kit, they come very close. In the hands of a skilled photographer, this kit can make a difference.
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