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Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers

Content Curation your secret weapon - Drive Traffic & Find New Customers | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Using Content Curation To Find New Customers.

 

Being an Internet marketer for many years I’ve seen the landscape change many times but one thing has stayed the same “Content is King”, when it comes to driving traffic to a website.

 

As a business owner we all want to get new customers to our websites. Many have tried blogging to drive traffic to their website and due to a shortage of hours in a day they end up dropping the blog or hiring ghost writers to develop content for the site. We now have a new player on the net and it comes in the form of Content Curation. No it will not completely eliminate business owners creating content for their website but adds a whole new area of content development for a website.

 

Over the past two years I’ve tested different content curation sites and tools and have found Scoop.it to be the leader in both innovation and traffic building potential.

 

Below are examples on how Scoop.it can drive traffic and help to show the world, yes the world that your business knows your market.

 

In this article are 3 areas that when done correctly can drive new traffic to your business or brand.

 

*** If you would like help setting up a Scoop.it traffic generator for your company. Contact Brian at 1-888-535-9139 or Email Me ideas@marketinghits.com ***

 


Via Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com, Ally Greer, journeycurved, ManufacturingStories
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Intangible capital - International Financing Review

Intangible capital International Financing Review A study published by the Federal Reserve in September tied the growth of cash on corporate balance sheets to the rise of so-called intangible capital, things like intellectual property or the...

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Intangible  Capital   with  Nanotechnology .

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Canon EOS 70D: Recording HD Video Has Never Been So Great or Easy [REVEIW]

Canon EOS 70D: Recording HD Video Has Never Been So Great or Easy [REVEIW] | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Canon's new EOS 70D offers a number of features that could make it the perfect tool for prosumer photographers and aspiring filmmakers alike.

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HD Video  for  Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/.

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How Crowdfunding Works For Small Business Entrepreneurs?

How Crowdfunding Works For Small Business Entrepreneurs? | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

Via Marty Koenig
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Nanotechnology give new opportunity to SME's  for  real  GROWTH.

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A Sell-By Date for Thoughts: Your Knowledge is Decaying

A Sell-By Date for Thoughts: Your Knowledge is Decaying | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

Everything has an expiration date. Various disciplines have measurable turnover rates in terms of how long it takes on average for broadly accepted wisdom to be challenged, revised and replenished. 

 

Introduction to a fun term: scientometrics, or the science of measuring science.

 

Practical implication: thought leadership keeps things fresh by stirring the pot. 


Via Ryan Hines
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Practical  implication for  Nanotechnology !

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How to Benefit From New SEC Crowdfunding Rules - BusinessNewsDaily

How to Benefit From New SEC Crowdfunding Rules - BusinessNewsDaily | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
BusinessNewsDaily How to Benefit From New SEC Crowdfunding Rules BusinessNewsDaily The new Title III of the JOBS Act creates an exemption under the securities laws so that this type of funding method can be easily used to offer and sell stakes in a...

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SEC  Crowdfunding  for  Development  with  real  Nanotechnology !

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Viadeo Linkedin Twitter… Un trio qui fait bon ménage | Froggy'Net & Le Web 2.0

Viadeo Linkedin Twitter… Un trio qui fait bon ménage | Froggy'Net & Le Web 2.0 | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Partenaire Web Marketing pour les TPE. Création de sites internet, Référencement, Spécialiste des réseaux sociaux.

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How  integrate  Social  Media  for  Comsumers ?

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To lease or not to lease: why selling IP is often the better option.


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The  needful  information  for  IP  !

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Are Expats More Resilient? Guest Post Published in 3Plus International Magazine

Are Expats More Resilient? Guest Post Published in 3Plus International Magazine | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

Are Expats More Resilient? 


Via Anne Egros
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More  Resilient  with  new  opportunity /Nanotechnology/ .

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Anne Egros's curator insight, October 3, 2013 2:46 AM

 “Resilience” is the positive capacity of people to survive and “bounce back” after failures and adversity. 

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Crowdfunders applaud new fundraising rules

Crowdfunders applaud new fundraising rules | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
New rules issued by the SEC could throw open the gates of startup investing to a much larger pool of backers, crowdfunders say.

Via Marc Kneepkens
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  New  opportunity  for  Creativity !

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, July 14, 2013 12:31 PM

More opinions. Comments?



Get your Free Business Plan Template here: http://www.business-funding-insider.com/free-business-plan-template.html

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Change Initiatives Failing? The New Leadership Paradigm Shift

Change Initiatives Failing? The New Leadership Paradigm Shift | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Change - Just Do It! Wouldn't it be wonderful if it was that easy? Senior manager's leadership skills in the new organization demand that changes (Change Initiatives Failing?

Via Fred Zimny
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New  Leadership  Paradigm  Shift   with  New  Mindset !

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Six Ways to Sink a Growth Initiative

Six Ways to Sink a Growth Initiative | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

The CEO is confronted with a dilemma:

 

The revenue and profits of his company’s existing businesses are rising slowly, and the businesses have already slashed their costs as much as they dare. Because their markets are mature, he knows that the company must grow if the share price is to increase, but acquisitions are expensive and risky. So he launches a slew of initiatives in areas with high growth potential and appoints some promising young managers to lead them. To ensure that the new ventures aren’t stifled, he has their managers report to a special growth committee headed by a trusted staff executive and locates them a safe distance from the established businesses.

 

Sound familiar? It should, because that story has played out at hundreds if not thousands of large and midsize companies over the past 20 to 30 years. But after working for, advising, and studying scores of companies, we have learned that this conventional wisdom about how best to pursue growth is a recipe for failure—which explains why most new businesses launched by established companies die, and why only a tiny fraction of companies around today, including major corporations, will be here in 25 years.


Via Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor
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Consulting  for  CEO & SME's  / Nanotechnology / !

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The Four Agreements of Work at Home Moms | MomCom Life

The Four Agreements of Work at Home Moms | MomCom Life | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
In it, he presented what appeared to be four simple statements that he said would improve our lives and set us free from many of the stresses that plagued our daily experiences at work, home and wherever else we might be.

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  This  is  Good 4 Life ! 

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Moinul Islam's curator insight, August 20, 2013 9:53 AM

Work From Home. Click http://www.staged.com/video?v=q1Md to view how to earn money from home via Online Earning. After a lot of years finally revealed the secret. Great opportunity and you can work at home Extra income 100% workable.

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Assisted Technology Transfer: Why It’s Worth the Investment - News and Insights - KAUST TTI

Assisted Technology Transfer: Why It’s Worth the Investment - News and Insights - KAUST TTI | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Across the globe, about 80% of all industrial production comes from small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In Saudi Arabia, however, only 14% does (Bowden, 2013), but this imbalance represents a tremendous opportunity.
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Real  Paradigm  of  Innovation :  the  Needful  Mechanism  for  Technology  Transfer .

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Patent Trolls Targeted By New U.S. Law

Patent Trolls Targeted By New U.S. Law | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Companies that abuse the U.S. patents system for their own profits potentially stifling actual innovation may disappear. (Patent Trolls Targeted By New U.S.

Via Marc J. A. Lerho
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Good  news  for  Nanotechnology !

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EUROPA - Finance for EU businesses: banks & venture capital - Your Europe

EUROPA - Finance for EU businesses: banks & venture capital - Your Europe | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

EUROPA - The EU commits itself to enhancing access to finance, indirect support through innovation programmes and direct support through subsidies for small businesses (Questo sito vi aiuta a richiedere finanziamenti che beneficiano del sostegno...


Via Laurent Timmermans
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Funding  for  Nanotechnology /New IP of Nano/.

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5 social media metrics that your business should be tracking

5 social media metrics that your business should be tracking | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

As data gets bigger, more ubiquitous, and more social, you’re right in assuming that at least some of it is important to you and your business. You’re posting regularly and engaged with social media. But are you using it correctly? Getting optimal results for your business? And how, exactly, are you supposed to know?

 

The trick is to identify specifically what social data is relevant – and to analyze just exactly what that data means. There are a slew of metrics, tools, and services to help you make sense of your business’ social data, as with any other data you’re managing.

 

As a general rule, seek out rates and more nuanced metrics, avoid overemphasizing simple counts and totals. Here, we highlight five of the most important social media metrics you should be tracking – and they’re not just the usual suspects....


Via Jeff Domansky, Marty Koenig
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New  Knowledge   and  new  Mindset  give  opportunity  for  your  Business  social  data ! 

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, October 29, 2013 10:08 AM

It's important to ensure that your social media marketing programs measure up. Heere are five tips to help.

Todd Johnson's curator insight, October 31, 2013 1:43 AM

The trick- what data is applicable!!

Jim Niemela's curator insight, November 1, 2013 4:05 PM

Great social media and SEO advice

 

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What is Thought Leadership?

What is Thought Leadership? | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

"I was on the phone with an acquaintance yesterday talking excitedly about my favorite topic — thought leadership — when she stopped me in my tracks with a simple question. What is thought leadership?"


Via Marc Rougier
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Thought  Leadership :  Critical  thinking  give  new  Mindset ,  becoming  a  " Thought  Leader ".  The  real  Evolution  of  Development .

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Marc Rougier's comment, November 8, 2013 12:27 PM
@David Hain. Agreed with challenging paradigm. But also need to motivate others to follow him/her (or join him/her) in this challenge?
Chiale Stéphanie's comment, November 9, 2013 6:11 PM
Je ne voudrais pas être hors sujet :) les qualités essentielles sont l'empathie et la créativité aussi.
Nancy J. Herr's comment, November 11, 2013 5:15 PM
Mais bien sûr, je suis d'accord avec vous.
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Replacing Intellectual Property Rights by Idea Credit Rights

Replacing Intellectual Property Rights by Idea Credit Rights | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

“Copyright and patent laws which are structured to ensure fame and profit for those that can afford the fees and are the quickest to file forms have created a society and a history filled with people celebrated for creations they did not originate and filled also with creative people who died in poverty and anonymity because they did not have the gift of self promotion. The user group has a key role to play in ensuring that credit is given where appropriate.

 


Via jean lievens, MAM Presenting
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The  Credit  Rights   with  IP  Rights  for  Nanotechnology .

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MAM Presenting's curator insight, October 25, 2013 8:56 AM

Although the post is not directly tied to the presenting industry, I feel this viewpoint on "idea credit theft" is extremely pertinant to many of the specialties brought into our industry, space and stages.

 

Although I don't agree with this final line in the post, I do feel the idea of idea credits is an interesting subject but a difficult one to have to prove in any future litigation.

 

"While intellectual property rights need to be abolished as they are inhibiting progress and being used as a tool of inappropriate permanent economic control and intimidation, idea credit rights need far more recognition and need to start being applied to the originator, not the copyright or patent holders.”

 

-Dan Gorchynsky

MAM Presenting's comment, November 3, 2013 4:55 PM
I think this is very relevant to presenting organizations, especially managers and executives. If intellectual property rights are not known by executives, the organization is then susceptible to many potential problems. Although not directly responsible, the executives of the presenting organization will be partially responsible and liable for any violation of intellectual property rights that arise.
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Bionic City magazine, September 2013

Bionic City magazine, September 2013 | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

"Completely awesome magazine on biomimetics by Melissa Sterry" Mike McCue, Founder, Flipboard

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Homes  2013, 2014, 2015,...  3035   wth  Nanotechnology  /New IP of Nano/  for  Real  Estate & Design !

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19 Sure Ways To Sabotage Your Job Search

Tricks to skip the fatal fails in your job search process. Työnhaku sosiaalisessa mediassa, henkilöbrändäys ja vinkit -koulutus. Salon seudun aikuisopisto 2
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'My Startup Has 30 Days To Live' - NPR

'My Startup Has 30 Days To Live' - NPR | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
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'My Startup Has 30 Days To Live'
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Yesterday, an anonymous, soon-to-be-failed entrepreneur started a blog called "My Startup Has 30 Days To Live." It's a good, bitter counterpoint to all the Silicon Valley hype.

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Start - Up  for  Real Development .

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Open Innovation and Design Thinking – A Common Will

Open Innovation and Design Thinking – A Common Will | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Open Innovation and Design Thinking – A Common Will http://t.co/cHqkpJj...

Via Fred Zimny
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Nanotechnology  give  new  Design !

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Tommy Hegedus's curator insight, October 23, 2013 10:18 AM

la innovacion abierta, como se puede aplicar innovacion siempre que se crea posible.

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How Patent Trolls Use Economies Of Scale To Force Settlements

How Patent Trolls Use Economies Of Scale To Force Settlements | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it
Here's something to not be proud of: In the U.S. 61% of all patent lawsuits filed up to Dec. 1 were brought by non-practicing entities, or, as we like to call them in the media, patent trolls.

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Patent  Trolls:  The  Basic  aspects . 

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freeSFX.co.uk - End user licence agreement

freeSFX.co.uk - End user licence agreement | Technology Transfer for  Development. | Scoop.it

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How  to  work  with  Licence  Agreement !

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Marcia Jensen's curator insight, February 12, 2013 3:09 PM
What You CAN Use Our Sound Effects and Music For

You can use our sound effects and music in any commercial, non-commercial project including those that will be broadcast, including:

 

> Films, television programmes and radio programmes.

> YouTube videos.

> Websites, blogs and podcasts.

> Games and apps (including iPhone, Android apps etc).

> Exhibitions, conferences, museums etc.

> In your school or college project.

 

You must credit freesfx.co.uk (as explained above) if you use any of our sound effects or music tracks in your projects. You can use our sound effects and music tracks subject to the following restrictions:

What You CAN NOT Use Our Sound Effects and Music For

 

> A product/project where the sound effects are the main focus. For example, a 'guess the sound' app. Sound effects can only be mixed in and be used to enhance the overall project.

> You can not use our sound effects in isolation. They must be mixed into other audio/visual elements in your project. 

> Our music tracks can not be released as commercial music releases. They are for the purpose of syncronising to audio/visual projects.

> You can not give the sound effects or music tracks to any other person. They must not be added to any file sharing networks, give-away promotions, free give-aways or shared in any manner. You can not sell, rent, loan, lease, sub-license or make the sound effects or music tracks available to any other person. 

> You can not claim ownership of any of the sound effects or music tracks from freesfx.co.uk and all sound effects and music tracks remain copyright of the original owner at all times.