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Do you know what your marketing is doing? Are you sure? http://www.adobe.com/solutions/digital-marketing.html #MarketingTherapy

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Marketing Therapy!

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, August 5, 2014 7:23 PM

A fun way to get started on:

 

Do you really know who your customers are?

Why they like your brand?

What would impact them to buy more or less of your goods or services?

Where they prefer to engage with your brand?

 

While this may be a commercial, it's a great way to get the conversation started, do you agree?

Paula Seba's curator insight, August 6, 2014 10:22 AM

Muito bom esse vídeo.

As empresas conhecem quem são seus reais consumidores?

 

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Do you know what your marketing is doing? Are you sure? http://www.adobe.com/solutions/digital-marketing.html #MarketingTherapy

Via Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein
Samuel Sanya Omugaga's insight:

Marketing Therapy!

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, August 5, 2014 7:23 PM

A fun way to get started on:

 

Do you really know who your customers are?

Why they like your brand?

What would impact them to buy more or less of your goods or services?

Where they prefer to engage with your brand?

 

While this may be a commercial, it's a great way to get the conversation started, do you agree?

Paula Seba's curator insight, August 6, 2014 10:22 AM

Muito bom esse vídeo.

As empresas conhecem quem são seus reais consumidores?

 

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Mixed news on U.S. housing | Data Dive

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There was unexpected news in the housing market this morning
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Hooray!! Housing prices down in the US. 

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A bright spot beyond the unemployment rate | Data Dive

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The fewer Americans who have to endure this particular kind of perverse hardship, the better.
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Top DJs say Ibiza is too expensive for young people

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Afrojack, Paul Oakenfold and Steve Angello say Ibiza has become too VIP and is pricing normal people out.
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Ibiza is now for the A-list and VIP's only

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Facebook criticised for £238,000 UK tax bill last year

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The company paid £238,000 in tax last year in the UK according to its latest accounts despite estimates of making £175m in sales.
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Special Report: How Starbucks avoids UK taxes | Reuters

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LONDON (Reuters) - Starbucks' coffee menu famously baffles some people. In Britain, it's their accounts that are confusing. Starbucks has been telling investors the business was profitable, even as it
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China’s quake death toll expected to rise | Data Dive

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A 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit Yunnan province in southwestern China over the weekend, killing hundreds of people.
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Upped KKR offer for Australia's treasury wine raises bidding war prospect | Reuters

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(This story corrects seventh paragraph to make clear earlier offer was from KKR only)SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Treasury Wine Estates TWE.AX is opening its books to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co LP
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GDP rebounds in the second quarter | Data Dive

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Good news: the economy bounced back last quarter.
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Proposed National Roads Programmed for Periodic Maintenance for FY 2014/2015 - Data dot UG

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Facebook criticised for £238,000 UK tax bill last yea By Dan Cairn Newsbeat reporte 11 October 2012 Last updated at 17:43

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Facebook UK paid £238,000 in tax last year, according to its accounts.

Its sales were £20.4m, despite an estimate that it actually pulled in £175m from advertising sales in 2011.

Most of the company's income is instead believed to be legally going through its European base in Dublin, where corporation tax is lower than the UK.

Too many companies can exploit the loopholes in the current tax system

The Taxpayers' Alliance

Campaign group The Taxpayers' Alliance said the tax system needed changing to encourage companies to pay their tax in the UK, rather than another EU country.

Chief Executive Matthew Sinclair said: "Too many companies can exploit the loopholes in the current tax system to minimise their bills.

"Others do pay their fair share but the system is so complicated.

"Ireland's low corporation tax rate is attracting globalised companies who are highly mobile, while our lumbering tax system simply cannot cope."

Based abroad

Companies operating in the EU are able to base themselves in any member country to take advantage of skilled workers or lower tax rates.

Google also has its EU headquarters in Dublin and earlier this year was criticised for paying £6m tax on UK revenues of £395m.

The information does not necessarily present a full account of overall global financial performance

Facebook UK spokeswoman

Facebook's latest accounts also show it made a pre-tax loss of £13.9m in 2011, compared with a £1m profit in 2010.

But the company's figures show that's down to a £15m charge to fund a share scheme for its 90 UK staff.

Facebook said the figures didn't reflect the overall health of the company.

A spokeswoman said: "As is normal for an organisation operating in dozens of countries around the world, we regularly file reports about local operations.

"The information does not necessarily present a full account of overall global financial performance so it would be a mistake to draw any conclusions from these filings."

'Operating legitimately'

Despite reporting £20.4m in UK sales, media research group Enders has estimated Facebook UK brought in £175m in revenues in 2011.

However, some tax experts say the company's figures need to be put in perspective and stress that Facebook isn't doing anything illegal.

Mike Warburton, director at tax experts Grant Thornton, said: "It [Facebook UK] operates legitimately as a service provider to the group."

Mr Warburton also called the £238,000 figure "rather meaningless".

"It just relates to corporation tax on sundry items like investment income," he said.

"Facebook UK made a loss on trading which would have no tax liability, and perhaps some losses to carry over to next year.

"In addition, there was about £15m charge on the employee share options, again fully allowable for corporation tax purposes."

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