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4 Ways to Use Pinterest to Rank High in Search Engines | Jeffbullas's Blog

4 Ways to Use Pinterest to Rank High in Search Engines | Jeffbullas's Blog | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it
It’s no secret that companies are using the social media network Pinterest for marketing purposes and doing so successfully. So how do you use Pinterest to get your website or blog ranking high in search engines.

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Samsung NX 20mm f/2.8 ( W20NB ) - Review / Lab Test

Samsung NX 20mm f/2.8 ( W20NB ) - Review / Lab Test | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it

"Some people may have wondered why we didn't test any more Samsung NX lenses after the NX 30mm f/2 about 1 1/2 years ago. Well, Samsung products may be fine but the local service here in Germany is dismal at times - our initial test base camera (NX10) was "serviced" by Geissler (Samsung's local "service" partner here in Germany) for almost half a year with all extra spice of cheeky phone call responses. After this rather unpleasant experience we decided to stop testing NX for a while. Anyway, a positive side effect is the restart of the tests based on the NX200 thus on a 20 megapixel camera.
Our first test covers a lens from one of the most appealing system aspects the NX system - a pancake lens or a "Carry" lens in Samsung terms, more specifically the Samsung NX 20mm f/2.8. As of the time of this review this is one of three pancakes by Samsung and regarding the current popularity of such lenses we'll certainly see a couple more. These lenses are, of course, small and comparatively fast and as a combination they're a nice gang for street photography for instance. Anyway, coming back to the 20mm f/2.8 - it behaves like a "31mm" lens on full format cameras so we are talking about a moderate wide-angle prime lens here."


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10 steps to an engaging interactive user experience | Feature | .net magazine

10 steps to an engaging interactive user experience | Feature | .net magazine | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it
Irene Pereyra, director of UX and strategy at digital agency Fantasy Interactive, rounds up 10 top tips to help you deliver an amazing interactive user experience...

 

These days, building websites or applications that attract and retain customers has become somewhat of a science. For people who aren’t well versed in the digital space, I often compare the work that I do as a UX designer to an architect. Like the architect who builds your home, my UX team builds a comprehensive blueprint, which outlines every single detail of the site’s features and functionality....


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How Pinterest Could Boost Your Business | Social Media Today

How Pinterest Could Boost Your Business | Social Media Today | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it
Pinterest is now the third largest social network, with over 10 million users.


The most important component of your Pinterest strategy must be your content. Without the right content, you’ve got nothing. Since Pinterest is completely image-based, engaging visuals are the key to finding and building your Pinterest audience.


Have your products professionally photographed and display them in a unique, appealing way. Other content like images of accessories, infographics, packaging, and customer relationships provide that visual diversity that your company needs to widen and improve your social presence. This is the most crucial part of your Pinterest strategy.


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Nikon Nikkor AF-S 200 mm f/2G ED VRII review

Nikon Nikkor AF-S 200 mm f/2G ED VRII review | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it

"Fast, journalistic telephoto lenses with fixed focal lengths are expensive devices because, in their cases, every manufacturer strives to offer everything the best. The Nikon company is not an exception to that rule and already at the beginning of the era of digital detectors so in 2001-2004 they offered their customers a whole series of fast “primes” with focal lengths ranging from 200 to 600 mm, which parameters are presented in the following chart.
As you see, although the lenses were designed in accordance with contemporary standards they featured high quality optics and coatings; however, the longest three came without optical stabilization. It is a serious flaw in this class of focal lengths and Nikon certainly knew something had to be done, especially that Canon was already offering the same lenses with stabilization. That’s why in 2007 three successors featuring 400, 500 and 600 mm focal length were released. The 200 and 300 mm lenses could wait longer as they had a stabilization system and were launched later (the 2.0/200 not so long ago because only in 2004). The time has come for them too, though. In 2009 we saw the new 2.8/300 and in September 2010, the new 200 mm. Currently the whole line-up of long, fast primes presents itself this way.
Although all of these lenses are very interesting, the 2/200 model remains perhaps the most versatile one. It is huge but its dimensions still allow to take hand-held photos and even go for a walk with it. It doesn’t necessarily have to be used for journalistic photography only because in the studio, on full frame, it will be great as a tool for more close-up portraits as well. With 1.7x or 2.0 converters it can be used as well for nature photography and also it is a great astrophotography tool, with or without converters, as its huge front element with the active surface of 10 cm is able to gather a lot of light, and a flat, well-corrected field ensures you point-like images of stars across the frame.
It seems we started to praise this lens even before we tested it...does it really deserve it at all? Let’s find out and enjoy the lecture of the next chapters!"


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Front Lines: Life as a US Military Photographer

Front Lines: Life as a US Military Photographer | Siam Online Shopping | Scoop.it
Dedicated Combat Camera units photograph operation on the ground, at sea and in air--even in battle.

 

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