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Apogee wants bring pro audio interfaces to the mobile realm. To that end, it\'s coming to NAMM with a trio of options that cover most Apple-bound
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Choosing the right printing paper, will make your projects look professional and will save you money and time.
Regardless of what your project is, whether you are working at home or an office, buying the right printer paper is as important as choosing the right ink and designing projects using the right software.
Mach 5, suckers!
[MNV 126B] Microchip Technology expands mTouch™ Sensing portfolio with turnkey controllers for Multi-touch, Proximity Detection and Haptic Feedback
Add modern human interfaces to your design with Microchip's easy-to-use turnkey solutions. This short video will tell you more.
Check also: Capacitive Touch Sensing Overhead Console Demo using mTouch™- http://goo.gl/jvIVH5
The struggle with SIM cards can be an annoyance when upgrading to a new cell phone or reverting to a backup. Haven't we come far enough with technology that such a thing shouldn't matter anymore? What is a SIM card and why is it so important?
We all stick SIM cards into our cell phones, but have you ever wondered why they need them?
Third-party devices can add smart features to an existing set, and some of them are quite cheap.
What will capital markets look like in 2030? Our new report ‘Capital markets to 2030: Global re-alignment’ explores how the world’s capital markets might
Spend longer time figuring out the best headline for a post. Not many will read the body of the content unless the headline attracts them.
Your headlines must be sharp, they must make people curious and prompt them to click on your link no matter the distractions and the competing choices in their news feeds. If you achieve this your headlines will help your posts get more clicks, more shares and more engagement.
Use your creativity, many are overused.
“ For all continued commentary around social media being a major channel for travel brands to reach customers, do the old school disciplines still hold sway?”
Putting the cart in front of the horse:: social media is struggling as a viable sales tool.
Social media is still a communication tool
Business Record The Key Roles Of Social Media In SEO Social Barrel SMBs may find it hard to realize and measure the effectiveness or success of a social media marketing strategy at first, but they will soon discover that even veteran users of old...
If you are a locally-based business, connecting with nearby customers and community influencers is vital for your business. Word of mouth can be as important, if not more important, for neighborhood businesses as traditional advertising, and this is where activating your local customers to act as your advocates can have a real impact on growing your customer base.It’s no secret that customers trust word-of-mouth above corporate advertising: according to Nielsen, 92% of consumers trust peer recommendations and only 53% trust content that you create and post on your website.Even for national companies, the benefits of thinking local can be impressive. Drug store chain Duane Reade recently initiated a campaign to boost their New York City customer base through localization strategies that focused on user-generated content to reach new audiences. Duane Reade partnered with brand advocate bloggers who are “not actual employees, but we treat them as such [and] we offer incentives and introduce [them to] initiatives before the public” and allow them to amplify the corporate message at a local level. The result was a 28% lift in year-over-year sales, a 5x ROI, and 20 million impressions over the entire period of the campaign. “[We had] almost 2,000 pieces of original content being generated over this campaign, so it was huge for us,” said a Duane Reade spokesperson.
Good advice from Branderati for how to build #brand relationships with #social #influencers.
This blog post is an example in a trend that is deeply embedded in the emerging marketing paradigm: A trend towards the re-localization of brands, even those who have reached a national audience in the past. Historically, the development of long-distance transportation (train networks, cooling trucks) and communication (telephone, TV) allowed brands to push into a national (and later global) market.
Today, we see the (simultaneous) reverse trend of developing local partners and ambassadors. Sure, you might say that is similar to geographic market segmentation or adapting your communication to a certain local as in classical international / cross-cultural marketing, but I still think that something else is going on here. It is a re-opening of the marketing function of a firm to many other people outside the company, at a certain place. It is a more networked approach to marketing, which can show impressive results:
"Drug store chain Duane Reade recently initiated a campaign to boost their New York City customer base through localization strategies that focused on user-generated content to reach new audiences. Duane Reade partnered with brand advocate bloggers who are “not actual employees, but we treat them as such [and] we offer incentives and introduce [them to] initiatives before the public” and allow them to amplify the corporate message at a local level. The result was a 28% lift in year-over-year sales, a 5x ROI, and 20 million impressions over the entire period of the campaign. “[We had] almost 2,000 pieces of original content being generated over this campaign, so it was huge for us,” said a Duane Reade spokesperson."
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If you walk into one of the massive data centers that underpin Facebook’s ever-expanding online empire, you’ll find tens of thousands of computer servers, many of them designed by Facebook itself.
It takes a lot of different materials to make a modern day phone, and a fair number of them are of the rare earth metal variety.
PageRank may not be dead after all. Google unexpectedly updated PageRank early this morning, just six weeks after head of webspam Matt Cutts told PubCon Las Vegas attendees not to expect another update this year.
So happy to announce that our's went from PR3 to PR4. Thank you everyone for your love and your continuous support! - http://ucut.it/officialandreascy
Different types of businesses require different measures of success or growth. This is especially true for revenue per user.
A few centuries ago, there were just a few widely used materials: wood, brick, iron, copper, gold and silver. Today’s material diversity is astounding.
Zero to "oh my god did that drone just come from under the water" in seconds.