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Rachel Brooks

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Journalist, PR Professional, Research, Content Specialist

About Me

I am a fair trade journalist. I report on anything that helps a business become sustainable and equal for all. This includes inventory software, SaaS, marketing, and more. I created the New African Living Standard to bring the most insular African issues to Western audiences. 

Industries I Write About

Food & Beverages

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Marketing & Advertising

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Philanthropy

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Professional Training

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Civic & Social Organization

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Information Technology & Services

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Real Estate

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Animation

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Financial Services

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Health, Wellness & Fitness

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Accounting

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Photography

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Computer Software

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Internet

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Telecommunications

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Renewables & Environment

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Apparel & Fashion

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Environmental Services

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Insurance

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Legal Services

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Leisure & Travel

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Hospital & Health Care

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Education Management

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Mental Health Care

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Computer & Network Security

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Writing & Editing

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My Writing Samples

Why Men Should Find Sanctuary in Tech

A journal op-ed describing the usefulness of masculinity in modern mechanics.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-men-should-find-sanctuary-tech-rachel-brooks/

Quantum IEDs

This post explains the fascinating depths quantum mechanics can take developers to as quantum language becomes more user friendly.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-ides-look-like-quantum-programs-rachel-brooks/

Connecting the Ecosystem: One Bottle at a Time

Introducing the EcoConnect Bottle (registered trademark) of KleinCepts.Possibly one of the most innovative steps in recent bottle manufacture procedures.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/connecting-ecosystem-one-plastic-bottle-time-rachel-brooks/

The fault in our press

An op-ed on the state of modern journalism and why we must protect it more conscientiously.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fault-our-press-journalism-deficit-2018-op-ed-rachel-brooks/?published=t

Citizens Retain Trade Absolution

Commentary on recent trade arguments.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/citizens-retaining-trade-absolution-rachel-brooks/?published=t

The fatal pattern of Enbridge's negligence demands enterprise resource action

Op-Ed following the natural gas explosion disaster in Junction City, Lincoln Co. Kentucky.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fatal-pattern-enbridges-negligence-demands-enterprise-rachel-brooks/

Experience

Tech reporter/special projects

I write special reports for an SEO authority located in Toronto.

Company: Rank Secure Canada

I worked there from 8/2017 until now

Research Background/Reporter

Researched in-depth reportage on US_China trade policy developments at the beginning of the trade debates last year.

Company: Global Market Media

I worked there from / until now

Languages I Write In

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Will AI reduce the cost complexities of Cloud services?

Recent breaks from Fox business suggest that mainstreaming AI could be the answer to our cloud service cost complexities. As AI are able to speed and alleviate migration and redesign procedures, this will reduce estimation inaccuracies. Hybrid cloud becomes even more robust with these increased innovation efforts.

Content type: Article

Keywords: AI,Cloud,cost,estimation

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IoT Trends for Hospitality 2018

What sort of tech marketing schemes should your local hotel invest in for this year's summer vacation season? This is the latest in market research.

Content type: Blog Post

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nDash: First in a new species of content platforms

This post will explain thoroughly how different nDash is in comparison to sites like Upwork, Guru, or even Contently and why users and members are getting the best option from it. Will use my own experience with the life-saving tool. It will be a complete breakdown of the site's reach that could be posted on or offsite as a news feature style piece.

Content type: Blog Post

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A lesson from the legacy of Anthony Bourdain

After the passing of the famous food reporter, we wonder what his legacy teaches us about the fine art of marketing gourmet.

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Post-Marriott: Keeping your travel info safe over the holidays

This is a look at the recent Marriott hotel breach. How can customers take extra safety precautions when visiting the Crane Resorts over the holidays? This is how the Crane team will inform and also guarantee a safe holiday season for its visitors.

Content type: Article

Keywords: safety,holiday,travel,resorts

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Senior Care During Evac Crisis

How should home care professionals respond to situations like the North American wildfires of this year? We have the full report here.

Content type: Article

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Unpacking demand generation's key points

This post teaches the marketer how to recognize the key points of demand generation that make it so viable for brands. How to create demand and generate customers you will keep for a lifetime.

Content type: Article

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What Inbound Looks Like in 2018

A forecast of where you should steer for 2018. Deep trade pub study of the facts.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: inbound,2018,trends

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Why making ecommerce investments is crucial now

This post explains why clients cannot ignore ecommerce. This specifically targets what trends they need to watch for the following year and why.

Content type: Blog Post

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The pressing need for online media training in Africa

I am the editor-in-chief of a passion news project called New African Living Standard. This report consists of 20 reasons why online media training for African journalists is a must for revolutionizing the power of the humanitarian press in Africa. Each reason subsection also presents a logical solution.

Content type: Article

Keywords: journalism,online media training,Africa,Sub-Sahara,press projects

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Should you incorporate network marketing into growth hacking?

This post explores some of the particulars about network marketing. Is it worth the recent hype? If so, should you pair it with growth hacking for double the results? The latest in market watch research.

Content type: Blog Post

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Waste Not, Want Not: Accounting for unused daily drone data

With drone tech, especially in the commercial sector, a large portion of the data drones collect in real time goes unused. How can we become more "resourceful"with data collected every day?David Tran's recent interview may give initial insights. Could we take it even further? The latest:

Content type: Blog Post

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GlobeNet and Traders: The difference we make

This post will explain the breaking features GlobeNet breaks in financial services-what to expect from GlobeNet financial in 2018? The latest.

Content type: Blog Post

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Why FinTech is the future of finance

This post will explain the reasons why Fintech makes a good future prospect for modern finance solutions.

Content type: Blog Post

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These tech investments will protect the Cloud

This explains what you need to invest in to make your Cloud as secure as possible in 2018

Content type: Blog Post

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Knock Out "No Fee Priority" Content

Want blogs posts that you can print the same day? Who wouldn't right? But you don't want to pay to have the job done at a priority rate? No problem! I drop the priority fee.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,marketing,writer

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Relationship Marketing is the New Black

Relationship marketing is the quintessential factor in selling to Millennials. My content works in real time to get their attention and gets to their level to give them the most practical education for sales trends moving forward with the times.

Content type: Article

Keywords: content,marketing,sales

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Your world in real time

People are out here dying of hunger and thirst. The content we make together can build bridges and wells to end human suffering. Help me quench that fire.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,philanthropy,water conservation

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Authority in Real Time

Want educational content that matches your voice and the speed your clients need it? I will drop the priority fees some writers charge for the opportunity to be your voice.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: educational,blog,content,marketer,sales

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Relations Formed with Inbound Solutions

Millennial sales trends are evolving. Relationship marketing is the key today. Content is the voice that builds these brand bonds. I'd be honored to be your voice and hem your inbound campaigns together into one consistent fabric.

Content type: Article

Keywords: inbound marketing,content,articles

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Live from the Food Desert

A writer now, I once worked in non-profit food distribution. I currently write and aggregate reports for basic foods needs for NGOs. Working with me is a way to see the nutrition need from the crisis source. Today we will bridge the distance between nutrition and the food desert, to provide the right to food for all

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,educational,nutrition

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An Emoji Named Desire

Digital marketing is becoming a beehive of chaos. You have to rise above thousands of competitors every day to provide your franchises with the best digital products that work a step ahead of real time. Your voice will have to be loud in shouting out what works and why. Make a choice that makes it count.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,how-to,case study

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America's Next Homeward Bound

America is on her way home. Affordable luxury. Efficient closing. All with the future of your family in mind.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: real estate,content,blog,educational

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Honeymoon destinations in Barcelona that no one ever knows about

Less commonly known destinations for Barcelona bound brides.

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How to make a first impression

Because some things like introductions could use an explanation. When making a first impression, always remember that there are many more impressions to come. Give your best but don't be over the top. Offer priority service without fees. Show up. Make sure to go above and beyond. Oh, and edit for free.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: video tutorial,blog,content

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A Writer of All Disciplines

Nothing sends someone into a nail biting frenzy faster than an EFT that isn't transferring. When the unthinkable happens, you need a second set of brains in hopes of peace of mind. We think directly so you can rest easy. That's what makes Direct Pay Online the solution to your broken nail beds and busted bankbooks.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,educational,finance

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Progress is a Process

Finding a voice can be a headache of its own. Writers are notorious. You don't want to hire a stereotypical coffee vampire whose days and nights and deadlines are all confused. Good news is that stereotypes are a lie. I love coffee, yes. I also love ice cream. Minus Moo, would you do me the honor of letting me be your voice?

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,food

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Hello from the other side of start ups. Need help down here

Who better to write to your audience than your audience? As a content marketer, I feel like I'm running a laundry service from Gilligan's Island. What could go wrong in remote customer service? If you guessed everything that happened since that fated 3-hour tour and more, you'd be right. Let's teach these startups the pits and pitfalls of small business. It's comic if you let it be and a panic attack waiting to happen without some accountancy

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: accounting,tips,content,blog

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The girtty truth of remote marketing

Level with your audience by selecting one from their crowd. As a content marketer, I feel like I am running a paper delivery service from Gilligan's Island. The submission black hole thing has become a pandemic. Save the sales people. Offer them survival tips from the trenches at daily speeds.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,tips,how-to,content marketing

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Not your How to Buy a House Atypical Writer

Need a real estate journalist? You don't want the typical "how" of house buying. How about the who, what, where, when, why and sometimes better deal? If that'd be you, then the writer for the job is me. At no charge for priority service.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,educational,real estate

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Relationship Marketing is in today

Relationship marketing is what is in these days. You need content to hone the voice of who you area and who you want to work with. Would you do me the honor of allowing me to be your voice?

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,content marketing,relationship marketing,inbound marketing

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On Top of the World: How to create content that has your readers looking up

Drone photography has you on top of the world. You need content that will take your readers up to your level and have them looking down with you at all the beautiful aspects of the experience. I'd be honored to help you fulfill that vision.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blogs,how-to

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You are the Source of Paradise

You are the source of paradise for a great many people. You need a voice that reflects the peace you provide for the people coming to escape the rush of consumerism. I'd be honored to have the chance to tell your story

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,copy,article,email

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It begins with a thought and ends with a strategy

Content ideation and novel creation are similar in many ways. I can show you how to begin brand building in the way that worlds are made everyday behind the pages of your favorite paperback.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content ideation,content marketing,blog

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How-to Relationship Market

This is a time when digital communication overload has become a pandemic. It's time we show your clients the solution. With Relationship marketing being the key to a better future, we need content that rises above the static and delivers your stream in real time. I'd be honored to help you make that happen.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,how to,blog,tips,marketing,content marketing

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Why Customer Experience is everything

Customer experience form the backbone of relationship marketing. Furnish your relationships and you will always have security. You'll need a voice to guide each customer through the ins and outs of a positive customer shopping experience. I'd be honored to be this voice.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,how to,customer experience

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Shining the Spot Light on Relationship Marketing

Shine the spot light on your brand. Transparency is the key to developing good relationship/direct campaigns. If you want to solidify a position of trust, be punctual, be concise. Enunciate with a voice that sounds like someone from the audience. I'd be honored to give you that voice.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,relationship marketing,inbound marketing,customer experience

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Authority Direct

1000 words mean nothing if the voice cannot enunciate. Have you content clear and heard. Solidify the brand and close each sale each time. I'd be honored to tune the voice to the perfect pitch.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: copy,whitepaper,content

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Authority and Confidence: A Voice for an Elite Audience

To attract decision makers, be the decision maker's voice. Be direct, authoritative, confident, and courteous. Have the voice that fits the elite audience but still finds the human in them. I would be honored to find that voice for you.

Content type: Article

Keywords: content,direct marketing,relationship marketing

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Copy: Direct, Concise, Authoritative

Need sales copy at priority speeds but don't want to pay the fines some services charge? I charge no fees for express service. Direct voice, concise tone, authoritative branding. All within the speed of 24 hours or less.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: copy,whitepaper,website copy

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Comprehensive Content in Less Time

Want quality with a tight deadline? Honing my skills on pulp fiction ghost orders, I can produce comprehensive ebooks within days or hours depending on the length. No extra charge for priority services.

Content type: Article

Keywords: ebook,content

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Content that Delivers: Voice to Voice

Want to excel as B2B marketers? Make certain your voice reaches their voice and matches them in expectation. For the client experience that surmounts venture after venture. Find the voice that fits for a real time investment.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: b2b,content,blog,customer experience

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Science of Dialogue and Sales Persona: How Screenwriting Works for Content

How can basic screenwriting fundamentals work to hone your sales personas? Let me show you.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,relationship marketing,sales persona

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The best of Nashville, TN

Hidden gems in the heart of Music City

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,educational

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Facts from the Line of Crisis: Content Marketing as told by NGOs

Fund generation is a daunting task in the world of real time deadlines. None know this better than the NGOs on the front lines of the housing crisis. As a content creator for one such organization, I have seen this aspect first hand. My content is a solution for real time problems ascending and descending to every demographic of the housing process.

Content type: Article

Keywords: content,blog,informative

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Voices Shape Civilaztion

Hone your influencer marketing. Down from the Library of Alexandria on, voices and the words they chose have shaped civilization. Now it's your turn. Choose wisely the voice that will tell your story.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,informative,influencer marketing,inbound marketing

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The Right to Food: Why food industry's voice matters

Food is the greatest luxury of the developed world. With whole countries left open and exposed to rotting seed sources and dried out water courses, food is paramount to society-at the pinnacle of want and need. It matters how you voice this desire. It matters because food is humanity and by making it accessible you have crowned the earth with plenty. Choose wisely then the voice that announces your brand.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blogs,relationship marketing

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Non-responsive clients becoming pandemic?

Are you weary as the rest of us of the pandemic lack of communication between clients and service providers? It's time to make a change. With voices that hone the relationship between voices across the wire, you will succeed in sound proofing the static.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,blog,innovation,relationship marketing

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What you need to know about VR in marketing designs

Is VR worth the cost? This report will let your consumer make this decision on their own conscience

Content type: Blog Post

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Non-invasive surgical tools to market watch

This post explains soon coming tech in minimal invasive surgical tools. This will prepare buyers to keep a watch for them.

Content type: Blog Post

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Online Safety: How Relationship Marketing Can Help

We all want to be secure in this rising digital plateau. With everything from our business to our children frequenting the data sphere, cyber security is a constant in our minds. A concise voice and a relationship goal in marketing is the key to making your brand a lighthouse to your clients. Find a voice that gives them peace of mind.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: relationship marketing,content marketing

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How your voice is key to scouting out new relationships

The voice persona your brand tones will determine the trust your clients put on the brand. You need to take measure word by word to become the persona that communicates your core values and their fixed needs. Give them more than they expect. What happens next?That will depend on what your speak into your future.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: customer experience,inbound marketing,content marketing

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Science of Thought: Thorough Testing Authority and Other Content

A thought is a mute voice. Paradox? Hardly. What you say now and the stops between what you don't shapes the thoughts that influence your brands. You are a guiding light in a massive cloud of innovation static. Select carefully the voice which develops your content.

Content type: Article

Keywords: content,influencer marketing,article

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Simplest Way to Improve Customer Experience

Communication in short. The digital arena is diluted with a super influx of information. Let your voice be so distinct as to beckon your customers to seek out the experience. Then they will want to replay your content and loop back to you on the daily.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: customer experience,content creation,relationship marketing

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How to Clothe the Earth

Your content opens your brand's doors wide to the people of the earth. One of the most basic of human needs and wants is clothing. Communicate your styles and products to the buyer in a way that makes them glow with worth and revel in the beauty you take so pride in. Clothe the earth and make your name famous from now on.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,customer experience,relationship marketing

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The Power of Breathing: How You Save Lives

Mold kills. If this isn't common knowledge it should be. I nearly lost my life to mold-related asthma. Targeted audiences need to know how you can save their lives from the silent killers suffocating them on the daily. Get the news to them. Before it's too late.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: home safety,content creation,relationship marketing

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What happens when insurance fails its customer: How to not

Customer centric insurance needs customer oriented content. What happens when you fail to meet the customer when they need you most? Insurance customer experience failure had my house in shambles for 2 solid years. Have a clarion voice that reaches your customer wherever they might be. Don't leave them waiting. I drop all fees for priority content.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: customer experience,relationship marketing,content

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How to Improve Digital Experience as Simply as Possible

The pandemic among digital users is brands who offer contact boxes and fail to answer direct questions. Hone a voice which speaks to your audience collectively and individually all in real time. I drop all fees for priority service and am available to hit social media.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,customer experience,direct marketing,relationship marketing

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Authoritative on the Everyman's Dime

Hone the voice that brings the complex scenario home to the everyman in a way he will have time to digest.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,whitepaper

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Voices for History: A Blog to Cover Events in Finance Now

Hone your voice to make an adequate authority voice.Leave behind the watermark of financial history as it happens.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,blog

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Insomniac to Preach the Sleep Gospel

Who to better appreciate your brand than a chronic insomniac? Let the relief flow from the voice of your content. Your readers are avidly searching for something to inform them how they could possibly find rest. Deliver in an Einstein's nap.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: sleep health,wellness,hotel

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Voice of the Savvy Friend Doctor

Let your persona be the savvy friend doctor.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,health,wellness

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Cry of Hope: Breaching Health Care Pitfalls With Your Voice

Your products and information are a cry of hope to the constantly obscured pool that is health care. Hone that voice. Make it rise above the static for a sound of hope that holds patients secure.

Content type: Article

Keywords: health care,content,articles

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Real Time Results: How you can take this to the seventh level

Lucky number seven. The world revolves around this absolute prime of perfection. You need content that hones this voice to the nearest whole number and is always taking your clients higher. Content in real time with no fees on priority service. I do deliver.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,email,blog

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What we wouldn't give for peace of mind

Nowhere more so than healthcare is peace of mind so elusive. Hone the content voice that delivers authoritative information with a voice that calms the raging seas in your client's minds.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: white paper,official,content,healthcare

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Priority Mail No Fees Attached

Need content now but don't want to pay for priority work? No sweat. I work deadlines on half time and drop fees.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,marketing,blogs

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Relationship Marketing Goals: Developing a Dialogue for your sales persona

Hello. We have recently met before. I would like to follow up with you since I have been researching your company more. A marketing persona voice will be good for speaking to the real-life buyer. I believe this article could be written under a pseudonym as a persona of an information-ready fellow consumer of your product.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,informative,persona

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Your Story from Pasteur to Scoop

What if we conducted a post that tells the story of your ice cream from its origin in nature to its arrival in your stores? It would really focus on the organic elements of the product. I think it would also give it a bit of a comic beat. It would be almost parodic of BlueBell.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: blog,story persona

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How DPFs work with community water conservation

We all know that diesel and water don't mix well. Period. This post would take into consideration recent debates of automotive fuels and their relationship with water and explain how your products protect the integrity of urban water sources by decreasing automotive pollution.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: dpf,recycling,water conservation

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The Story of Greff

Long term relationship marketing starts with a story shared by brand and consumer. What if we were to tell your story where Greff and each consumer had their own virtual meet ups? The video would cast Greff as a character and the company you're working with as the other. At the end, they would find their way to some established goal together. It would be a means of really personalizing your brand for each client.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,video script,story,brand persona,relationship marketing

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Greff and The Client 1

Enter Greff as a character male or female (depending on brand's target audience) wearing the Greff logo on his/her shirt. The avatar of the client is under a tree is distress. Shows Greff catch an apple as it falls out of the tree and almost hit's the client's head. Greff has a lightbulb moment. Greff has found a solution to discourage client's problem.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,video script,relationship marketing,personal branding

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In Gwinnett's Words: Out of the Mouths of Babes and Parents

What if you were to interview some of your clients on social media and have a Kid's Harbor welcome to our community/welcome our community to our school type of post?

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,interview,relationship marketing

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Surviving Hypnogogic Hallucinations

It seems there is little publication about people who suffer from near sleep hallucinations chronically. I have hallucinations and insomnia and would be well equipped to explain what these patients suffer from. (It's as if I am only schizophrenic if I am almost asleep)

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content,blog,patient,opinion

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How to relationship market

A post that explains the views of marketer to marketers and how to form lasting relationships with others in the field.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,direct marketing,relationship marketing

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The time I might have sidestepped a Twitter Ponzi scheme

This post would detail the time I as an internet marketer was baited to work with a business on Twitter that I eventually reported as a Ponzi scheme for suspicious money laundering behavior. This would raise awareness of what not to do in that situation and what to do ( I reported the behavior to the NYPD (what not to do) and what to do would be to contact a service like yours)

Content type: Article

Keywords: internet security,money laundering,Twitter,black hat

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Today's Samurai: What it means to serve

This piece would be an article describe how workforce as a service is a lot like Japanese Bushido, where the Samurai were an extension of the Imperial court.The name "Samurai" means "to serve". It would borrow some principles from Bushido teaching to encourage entrepreneurs to focus on service roles with grace and confidence.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: workforce,outsource,entrepreneur

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How AI will amplify automation

This is a look into the near future of marketing automation and tech trends to watch for/adapt to overcome

Content type: Blog Post

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Preventing Data Patsy: White Collared Crime Within Data Centers

This report takes details from US CERT service and other data crime research. Using these reports once can determine the nature of white-collar crime within SaaS companies, data centers, and various other service institutions. How to save your team from accidental exploitation.

Content type: Article

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Best and Worst Advice List

Start by creating a post that aggregates all the best tips for marketers from social media. Then compare it to what is considered the worst. Conclude with a final note of middle ground for maximum output.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: content marketing,tips,list,best,worst

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Hot markets to watch in 2018

To get the year going, these are the hot markets expected to stay hot by continuous iron-striking as we make our New Year's plans.

Content type: Blog Post

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Market research brief

In-depth research brief useful in market/exec decision planning for Garland this holiday season.

Content type: Whitepaper

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Market research brief

Market research brief condensing deductive and data sourced info into one brief for easy reference. Makes good for marketing/exec plans at Aqua.

Content type: Whitepaper

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Market research brief

This research brief will give deep and deductive insights into financial market trends to assist your most near future exec plans.

Content type: Whitepaper

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CX in the Digital Age: What IP does for customer service

How to maximize the customer experience as an internet protocol employee. How to take the stigma of bad phone customer representation out of the equation

Content type: Article

Keywords: ip,sip,voip,customer experience,pbx

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AI In Drones: What will this mean for telecommunications?

Innovations in drones,voip, and AI may be bringing us even closer to the future of the telecommunications device. What if our networking information could be located in a mobile drone server ? How will this dramatically decrease latency?Vehicular IP tech a thing to come? The facts and myths

Content type: Article

Keywords: voip,innovations,latency,mobile,future,ai,drones

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AI's Future With PBX

A look at the most recent reports on how AI innovations will change the experience for PBX IP users. Are IP solutions to phone services about to change the entire interface of phone culture?

Content type: Article

Keywords: voip,pbx,ip phone,ai,future,phone use,telecommunications

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IP Phones

Articles on the latest in Internet Protocol and PBX buying trends. How Google Home is the beginning of AI calling systems. The newest options in existing cell suppliers and what their takes are on AI phone service. 50 dollars each for 500 word articles.Try one and we could do more.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: voip,ip,pbx,telecom

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Echolocation: The Future of QA Found in Nature

How research into the natural world of echolocation provides secrets for latency tests, drone technology and qa in the future of IP software

Content type: Article

Keywords: echolocation,app,drones,voip,latency,continuous testing,sip

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Quantum Entanglements Affects on IoT

How will the strange sciences of quantum entanglement affect our bandwidth innovations according to experts? What if the strange science of quantum satellites is the secret to closing latency distances and taking IoT/WiFi360 to a whole new level?

Content type: Article

Keywords: quantum entanglement,IoT,WiFI360,bandwidth,innovation

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How To Prepare for IoT's Bandwidth Demand

Innovation in IoT and the speed of internet bandwidth provision are like hands to gloves. How can you prepare for intensive changes in service provision today?

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: bandwidth,IoT,internet speed,innovation,networking

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Small Business: Limited Resources and Where to Find Them

Small businesses are not large businesses to scale. As artisans of a specific craft, it is up to the small business to find resources in a limited venue and make their craft as indispensable to the whole as possible.

Content type: Article

Keywords: small business,resources,expertise,brand honing

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The AI Factor: Cyber security in a day of living machines

Looking at current statistics of servers speaking among themselves, how will AI change the way web security is conducted? How can we move toward that sudden seismic shift? A look at the latest of now moving into network security adaption.

Content type: Article

Keywords: network security,AI,IOT,Cloud SaaS

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Could Real Estate Flippers End the Housing Crisis?

A look at the flipping houses trend and investments of independent real estate agents and how this could end the worldwide housing crisis.

Content type: Article

Keywords: housing crisis,real estate,investments

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The Top Tips for Developing Marketing Budgets

Producing enough cash to launch marketing campaigns is not enough. These are the top tips for keeping the marketing budget rolling over every month with enough funds so that the entrepreneur will never stop marketing.

Content type: Article

Keywords: budget,marketing,prospects,daily

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How AI Can Boost or Condemn Security

Starting off with an initial post on how AI's capacities will completely transform the way data security, network security etc. is controlled moving forward. It could make encryption foolproof or serve as fatal attraction.

Content type: Article

Keywords: ai,data security,network security,software,malfware,IoT,Cloud SaaS

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Honeywell Drone Inspection: Taking Software to New Heights

Honeywell and Intel's drone collaboration to inspect infrastructure will mean new opportunities for software companies who focus on data-driven aspects. Wait to see this innovation kick off many more. A look at market potentials.

Content type: Article

Keywords: intel,data driven software,drones,market watch

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AI's Effect on Revenue Consolidations

With AI effectually transforming the way data is absorbed, how will this change the way revenue consolidations are determined? Does this mean better market opportunities in financial services for AI software developers?

Content type: Article

Keywords: AI,software,market watch,revenue consolidations

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Using Deeper Search

These are the steps to take to sift through Google's competitive ranking system and find quality information buried underneath. Needs to be sorted by real time and neutrality of opinions.

Content type: Article

Keywords: sourcing,research,writing

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Machine Learning Guard Dogs of Web Security

Science fiction immortalized artificial intelligence for the fearful things it could do if it malfunctioned. We don't think about the benefits of machine learning on cyber security as well. It would be like constructing a backup guard dog we could train to bark at the wrong information users. It could be like a digital police force.

Content type: Article

Keywords: AI,machine learning,data security,data breaches,guard bots

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Breaking M2M News

All the latest updates on machine to machine marketing technology. How can businesses make their brands ready for AI to market between themselves? As machine learning grows, digital branding changes.

Content type: Article

Keywords: m2m,b2b,marketing,AI

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Animoji Marketing: Ahead of the Hype

Yes, iPhone X has made face recognition emojis. Apple's decision to add layers to emoji culture changes the way you market with emojis. With the buzz of potential SEO for emojis themselves, how can you balance an ever changing marketing act? Stay ahead of the hype and capitalize on it. The latest.

Content type: Article

Keywords: animoji,emoji,marketing,iPhoneX,hype,SEO

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Machine to Machine: The bots lead the bots

A report focusing on how AI machine learning gives bots the capacity to market to one another. What this means for your marketing campaigns.

Content type: Article

Keywords: m2m,b2b,marketing,deep learning,machine learning,SEO

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What the Optical Chip Means for Big Data

Recent breaks on microchip science finally bending photonics to make optical microchips reviewed. What will such a breakthrough mean for big data? How soon will marketplaces have these hyped up computers at the regular consumer level?

Content type: Article

Keywords: big data,optical chip,sound pulse,network,light pulse

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Lightning to Thunder: What sound microchips mean for cloud

The recent breakthrough in making optical chips which work by converting light to sound to light again is crucial to cutting down heat, EMP interference, and energy depletion. What does this mean for Cloud services? When will these chips be on the market?

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Keywords: microchips,optical,sound pulse,data,cloud saas

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Lightning to Thunder: What sound chips mean for cloud data

The recent breakthrough in optical microchips which converts light to sound and back to light again could revolutionize data energy, interference and speeds. How soon will your audience be able to access these breakthroughs on the market?

Content type: Article

Keywords: cloud,data use,energy,sound pulse,light pulse,optical computer,microchip

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Marketing To Machines,For Machines, By Machines

How companies of any size can optimize their marketing campaigns to meet machine to machine marketing standards. This will become more essential as more business to business discussions are first conducted by AI virtual assistants, etc.

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Keywords: b2b,m2m,marketing,optimization

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The VR room of IaaS: How recent holography innovations change your display and customer engagement strategies over the next few years. How to prepare in advance

Microsoft HoloLens has opened the door to a much broader VR experience. What will this mean in terms of IaaS? With infrastructure displayed as a tour room, clients would be able to open doors to features and watch how they work in VR. This will change the way IaaS services market to customers for client engagement. How to prepare for latest developments.

Content type: Article

Keywords: VR,AR,HoloLens,IaaS,marketing,customer experience

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Protecting your Cloud from Insider Threat

Steps to take to ensure that information migrated to the Cloud is safe from insider threat. See recent Deloitte Azure breach from within an administrator's email account. The latest updates on Insider Threat prevention

Content type: Article

Keywords: insider threat,data security,Azure,Cloud,SaaS

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Nadella's Leap: What will quantum jump eventuality mean for Cloud providers

What will Nadella's announcement of a quantum computing language mean for cloud services? Will quantum computers make IaaS much simpler to establish? When can we hope to see quantum computers in Western markets? Should your IT teams invest in learning this computing language via Visual Studio toolkit?

Content type: Article

Keywords: quantum computers,program language,IaaS,Cloud,Virtual Studio toolkit

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Deloitte's Judas: How to avoid a similar insider threat

What are the facts surrounding the Deloitte insider threat breach breaking report of today? How can companies in Nice Systems network avoid a similar situation?

Content type: Article

Keywords: data breach,information security,insider threat

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Expanding Home Smart Smoke Detection to Industrial Levels

How smart tech is revolutionizing the way we screen for fires, preventing crises like Valero's potentially catastrophic Port Arthur incident. How small tech in the home and business sectors are/will adapt to engineering scale. When will these become available for commercial purchase/installation? What capacities will they have in chemical presence/air ratio?

Content type: Article

Keywords: AI,alarms,prevention,fire,screen,smart tech

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Smart Availability: Switch ups in the DRAAS process

What new software which decouples database will mean for the future of Disaster Recovery as a service. What will be the most profound effects and how can we make our customers happy during the ultimate upgrade stages?

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Keywords: DRaaS. decouple,database,SQL

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10 Tips for Preventing Azure Hacks in 2018

Fending off the problem of insider hacks.Investigating the Equifax crisis for top breaks on the issue then listing the best tips based on broadcast/professional leads for blog consumers to take.

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Keywords: Azure,insider threat,Equifax,prevention

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When should prepare for quantum apps?

With Nadella's breaks on a Microsoft quantum programming language and with China's quantum internet motions, how soon should IT teams start learning and developing quantum apps? The latest tips

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Keywords: quantum,apps,Microsoft,programming,how-to

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When to prepare for quantum security threats?

If Microsoft is bringing big quantum capacity to the table, how soon will your team need to learn quantum security tactics? How do you make that transition smoothly given you just mastered security against regular black hat magicians? The latest

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Keywords: AI,quantum computing,security

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GIS Full Capacity: The Rundown

This covers the full capacity of GIS explorer break by break so that the reader will 100% understand each subset of the application and how it applies to their unique time-sensitive issue.

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Mastering the Ethics of Social Proof

Is social proof effective? If yes, then how can you implement it in a way that is also ethical to your brand? InTune digital explores concepts of social proof use. With these key points, your brand can power up the social proof metric and make more psychology based decisions toward customer conversion.

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How bats can teach robots useful tricks

Following off a science news report, exploring all the possible ways echolocation technology could advance robotics to new dimensions.

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Keywords: echolocation,robotics,new,trends,how to

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How DNA Robots Could Learn from Leopard Sharks

DNA style robots infused with holographic technologies like HoloLens could learn to completely copy themselves and print exact replicas on 3D printers using the asexual process found in sharks. Exploring possibilities of mass producing robotics.

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Keywords: robotics,DNA,3D printer,HoloLens

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Silicon Muscles: One Step Closer to a Lifelike Machine

What synthetic muscles mean for robotic sciences. What ways could the muscles be made even more realistic and better self-replicating?

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Keywords: robotics,muscles,silicon,breakthrough

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Tips for Programming an Investor App

How you can use apps to help you plan future investments, SIPs, and grant seeking.

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Keywords: SIPs,investments,apps,grants

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Small Business Marketing for 2018: A step ahead

What can you do to prepare for 2018's marketing year now? How can your current marketing decisions reflect on this upcoming years predictions? Be a step ahead.

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Keywords: marketing,2018,SEO,CRM

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Home Health Care and Software as a Service

How SaaS (Software as a Service) and Home Health care can work together to improve the home health care experience. Latest reports.

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Keywords: home health care,SaaS,stats

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Preparing for Firefox Quantum Bugs

If your clients are learning quantum code or are using Firefox 57 (quantum) they need to prepare for potential failures in their systems.

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Keywords: Firefox quantum,bugs,programming

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The greatest challenges unit testing faces in 2018

With changing trends in internet, what will this mean for unit testing practices? How to overcome the bugs and buffering of trends interfering with your team's groove.

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Keywords: unit testing,trends,2018

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How will quantum computing affect unit testing?

Quantum computing will increase speeds in computations. Will that affect unit testing? How deeply?

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Keywords: unit testing,quantum computing,2018

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Preparing for Op-Ed Post on Big Publications

How to get your work noticed in the op-ed column of your favorite publication. Tips to prepare.

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Keywords: op-ed,prepare,drafting,sources

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Quantum Cyber Attack Prevention

How quantum will blog cyber attack in the switch over. Risks it could pose as well. Preparing for both.

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Keywords: quantum,cybersecurity,prevention

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How quantum computing can make or break digital forensics

Digital forensics could become a lot more aggressive with the pros and cons of quantum computing. The latest.

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Keywords: quantum,digital forensics,trends

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What mixed reality means for video marketing

What devices like HoloLens means for video marketers. How will video marketing have to adapt to VR capacities as they increase with such tech's growing popularity?

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Keywords: video marketing,VR,HoloLens

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What Inbound ABM means for your strategy

In the wake of Hubspot's conference, where an elite explained the perfect hybrid between inbound and account based marketing, a look at what this idea means for the client's strategy at Eyemagine.

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Keywords: inbound marketing,account based marketing,SEO,hyrbid

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Hybrid Marketing: Where Inbound and Account-based meet

After Hubspot's conference, how can our strategies reflect the idea of hybrid inbound/account marketing? Is this a worthy solution? The latest facts and trends moving into Christmas sale's season.

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Keywords: inbound,SEO,account-based,marketing,trends

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What VR will mean for video marketing in 2018

Is VR a worthy investment for your strategy? What is changing at this moment in VR that you should consider? The facts.

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Keywords: VR,video marketing,inbound,trends

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The Problem of Resumes: Why you shouldn't be too pro forma in job search

A piece on organic job search skills. Market to your future employer like you'd want to be reached. Make a potential relationship not a frumpy piece of pro forma resume paper.

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Keywords: organic,customer experience,job search

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What Wine Country Fires Mean for Wine Vendors

A look at the aftermath of California wine country fires. Will exported wine be a basic necessity for some vendors moving into early part of next year? What can be done to help wine country California recover?

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Keywords: NGO,conservation,wine,profits,2018

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You get the gold when you go Underground

There's a reason miners head into caves. Allow me to be the next silver-lining to Underground Creative Group. Prospect for content gold.

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Keywords: content,seo,blog,email

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Empowering new labor generation in CRM

CRM is a subject of constant debate. Was it really better "back in the day"? This is how to educate a new generation of labor force to always self-improve CRM tactics.

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Taking it a step further: How to buy a home after being denied a mortgage

This would be a follow-up post to the 21 things post.A list of extra things to do when all else fails.

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SQL and Threat Protection: Applying the updates

This post breaks the news about the SQL threat protection. How to practically apply these updates to your daily business. The latest.

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2018 Guide to the Coolest Safe Meetups

This post explains how to meet in public with a match in the safest and best trending option. The latest results.

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The False Alarm Factor: Your customers expect genuine home autonomy

This uses examples of the most consumer agitating false alarms to resonate with the audience what is genuinely expected into today's smart home true autonomy market.

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Overcoming CX Personalization RoadBlocks

A follow-up to Keith LaFerriere's article on CustomerThink. We've weighed in reasons why CX personalization is so important. Now it's time to consider the roadblocks and how to get around them. With this research, we can do just that and maximize the experience.

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Zuckerberg's Mistake: Why consumer data integrity still matters

We all know why Zuckerberg has to testify to Congress.Maybe we have yet to all weigh how critical it is to take steps in keeping our consumers safe as we advance into a future where sales and marketing data is becoming rapidly easier to exploit. These are some practical tips for online integrity management before online reputation management.

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Selling Complex Insurance to Complex Patients

Can the lack of normal cash flow in hospitals and some care facilities really backfire on your sales? With current health insurance crisis on the hospital RCM front, more individual consumers than ever are looking to you for guidance. If the butterfly effect applies, what parts of your sales strategy need a boost to actually make an impact in the cluttered landing zone that is your target demographic?An insight into third part market reach.

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Unconventional Hiccups to your Insurance Distribution Process

You are constantly on the alert for bumps in your distribution process. Identifying the common causes is only part of the problem. How do you troubleshoot for the nastier, less common hiccups? Is there a prevention process you can take to keep from being on the constant lookout for these lesser-known traps? A look at the statistics.

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Should Your Insurance Operation Get Rich Messaging Software?

Does this same smart software that helps sales teams interact on a more personal online level work for insurance operations? What are the best systems to invest in?When getting the most out of your borderless market may just mean engaging across time zones on the next level. Why this approach keeps the key focus on sales. Why this makes the digital archive so much more usable. And why it falls short without the Novidea products coupled with it.The latest in market research.

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Market Research Brief

In the style of Ask Wonder.com, a market research brief for building your executive plans with deductive information

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: market,research,brief

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Donate your phone to research

How old cellphones can be given to research for phone innovation. Especially concerning the research surrounding battery sustainability products.

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Keywords: research,mobile,innovation

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Market research for Personali

In the style of Ask Wonder, a market research brief with deep web deductions and data sources. Purpose is to boost your content strategy and other exec decisions.

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Keywords: market,research

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Wonder Emporiums: How AI can save retail

A look at AI technology and the future of retail through the lens of robotic/drone retail and marketing with bots in the physical scape.

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Keywords: AI,marketing,retail,future

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Market research brief

Like Ask Wonder briefs. A market research of indepth deduction and deep web search data sourcing to boost Loom Systems exec and marketing decisions this holiday season.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: market,research

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Copy and market research

Sales and web copy. Market research brief in the style of Ask Wonder to assist content strategy.

Content type: Whitepaper

Keywords: copy,research,web

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Branding ideas from Ancient China

A look at Chinese brands that have survived for a thousand years. How did old forms of brand awareness lead them through to this generation?

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Market research brief for exec/target market strategy

In the style of an Ask Wonder deductive sourcing brief, this brief will give you the foreknowledge to make deeply insightful exec/target audience decisions.

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One key thing websites need to update for customer security

This post will stress how important it is to Google that modern sites update from HTTP to HTTPS to secure online pay/other.

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What happens to the mind of an insomniac

Shows the reader why Sleepbox advivce is important by showing them what will happen if they don't follow it.

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Why HTTPS updates are important for any support site

A post about HTTPS updates and the kind of message it sends to your clients when your site still uses HTTP after the Google penalty.

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What AI changes about software security

A look at the most recent changes AI has brought to SaaS and software in general. How to keep your apps secure.

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This week in bio-tech breakthroughs

News break style blog post on the craziest breakthroughs in bio-tech found this week.

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Does faster internet impose greater cyber risks?

A look at how faster internet and Wi-Fi update innovations could increase the potential for hacking. Expert insights on what to do about it.

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Marketing research report

This market report will help you form corporate decisions. It is based off of logical, deductive, data-sourced information.

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How AI will change SEO concepts

This article explores the rapid changes that AI has already created in some search engines and what trends your clients need to watch.

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How VoIP is changing the future of office

In this article, we explain some of the leaps and bounds the big leaders in VoIP took this year and how that VoIP tech will rapidly effect the way we do business as AI and other software incorporation becomes more normal for office routines.

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Is your company paying too much for research briefs?

This article would explain the reason why people don't need to pay too much for market briefs and what makes for one of quality.

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How AI change marketing procedures

A look at how constantly enhancing technology changes the way we approach our marketing. Specifically what a company like Crowdvocate could mean to someone trying to start a grassroots campaign in this Tomorrow land set up.

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Little Big Business Complex: Here's how to fix it

The Harvard Business Review conducted a recent study on the mistake many business owners make when supposing a small business is just a scaled down large business. This is how to make small businesses realize their value to scale is actually more of a specialty service than that. These tips will help them regroup and build their honed niche.

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How AI will change the way real estate is sold

This post will explain the ways that AI changes the way real estate services are marketed. It will help the reader prepare themselves for a boost of tech into a traditionally set business.

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Keeping up with SEO impacting AI trends

This post will help your clients understand how deeply AI tech effects the internet. It will help them know what to watch for as they plan their SEO strategies.

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Could AI advance quantum computing to even greater heights?

This post would explain how quantum computing and machine learning could effect each other. Particularly, what would that mean for people and their business? Are we on the edge of another Dot com era of computer revolution?

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Why updating to HTTPS is a priority

In this post, we will explain exactly what updating from HTTP to HTTPS does for your site's traffic and why it needs to be done ASAP

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Market research brief

In the style of Ask Wonder type market briefs, deep deductive sourcing to help with Pluris' content/exec strategies.

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How to prepare for another internet science revolution

This post explains how quickly accustomed internet modicums are changing. This is how data analysis and other forms of web development will need to adapt to rise to that huge tech spike as it comes.

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Developing AI and your company

This post will explain how much software companies need to develop their machine learning aspects. This will explain what could go wrong with AI in company software, and why they need to keep a preventive measures state of mind.

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10 tips for organic networking in a software oriented world

This post will explain the importance of human connections and how to maintain them as the digital sphere continues to eclipse more of daily life.

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Ecommerce: AI will increase the demand for human work ethic

This post explores the truths that AI will double the need for human productivity as it doubles the output of internet technology and thus doubly accelerates the workplace pace setting. This post is a call to action, encouraging companies to work on employee morale and productivity

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5 ways employee education is an HR investment

This will explain 5 key ways employee education-goes beyond training even-is an investment in HR and thus the company's internal motor.

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How AI changes insider-threat

This post will explain how the increases in machine-learning pose a new problem: the potential for software autoimmune deficiency, i.e. when the program turns on itself.

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Employee Education is key to insider threat prevention

Most insider threat breaches came through employee error and not theft. This post details the steps towards employee education that could reverse this problem.

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What to expect from next-gen Cloud storage

Wherein we explore industry predictions for Cloud storage's future and explain what professionals should be watching/investing in now. This is Microsoft in '96 all over again.

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What we have to consider about compliance

This article will explore the reasons why compliance is so important and also the ways in which huge industry innovation will change the way we create compliance schemes. Professionals must educate themselves to be ready.

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Why Safe-T software works in real-time

This explains how Safe-T developers are highly alert when it comes to changing trends and possible software malfunctions. The preventive measures of Safe-T now and moving forward make this company the best solution for the future of data security.

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Employee education is a must for canceling insider threat

This post explains the absolute necessity for employee learning tactics in a company with a large IT base. The majority of insider threats come from employee error rather than theft.

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IOT and machine learning increases human productivity demand

This post will explain how the massive industry tech innovation of IOT and machine learning will increase a demand for human productivity and data security specialists. The internet grows larger and the economy gets a second story. Jobs won't become obsolete. They will undergo metamorphosis. CEOs need to be ready to meet this demand in their talent acquisition departments.

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How web communications is changing

What industry leaders/top level business execs need to know about VoIP advancements and the scene change effect they have on their business establishments-now and sooner.

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Things to add to your sales team education

Reflecting current trends in changing tech, these things could truly boost the way your sales team works a sale and closes it. Their jobs are difficult. Education is key to their performance.

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Why your team must amplify Azure proficiency

This post will explain why within the last few days Tech Data's ramp to increase Azure partnerships means your company should build in Azure proficieny

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Telecom market trends to watch in 2018

This post will go into detail about innovation breaks that will happen after the first of the year. How will these updates effect telecom costs? How can Telecom Buyer help the company get the best for the smallest cost?

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How smart technology will change your investment portfolio

This post looks at the potential for e-commerce to deeply change the way your client composes his/her investment portfolio this year. This will help them make educated decisions that work feasibly with their budgets.

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How investing in non-profits can is crucial to goal-driven finances

This will explain how investing in non-profits organizations in their early stages is imperative for investors seeking goal-drive in their investments.

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Evergreen investment markets

This post will showcase to the reader investment markets that cannot be altered by the times or tech. These are markets trenched in culture. They have great clout behind them that will help the investor mingle with industry builders and truly set some purposeful goals for their money.

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Lessons from history: how investments shaped the world

This explains historically tested proofs on how goal-driven investment truly shapes more than just the profits of the current economy. It will showcase why Vimvest is integral to investing now.

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Tips for investing in startups the right way

This will explain the goals that need to be in place when an investor puts money on a startup.

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How IOT will change SEO strategies

What the Pluris marketing client needs to know about IOT and how it will change the way SEO is conducted.

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How machine learning doubles the need for mobile messaging

A look into the future of mobile messaging from the perspective of machine learning innovations. Why does machine learning increase the need for mobile messaging? This details that.

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Drone tech and the future of mobile

This will show the latest breaks in drone tech and mobile's relation to it. It will give your clients a source for investing as well as ideas for their own developments.

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How AI will improve SaaS monitoring

The future of SaaS with the inevitable rise in AI tech explained in this report.

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What to watch for in backup tech innovations

As we come closer to 2018, this report will provide an educated analysis of what innovations we need to keep our eyes open for. Tech professionals need to prepare accordingly.

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How AI will boost retail

This post seeks to educate investors on how AI can potentially divert the so-called "retail apocalypse" and why that doesn't really exist.

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Economics is changing with e-commerce

This explores how economics itself is changing because of the e-market place and how retailers should adapt to overcome the "extinction" propaganda that's being bandied about.

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World-updates to prepare your team for

As science advances so much, your marketing strategy must rise to the times. This report lays out a stepping stone path for how this works and why you need to know it to succeed in the days to come.

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How AI will revolutionize manufacturing

This is what your clients need to prepare to for. As it integrates into the marketplace, it will change the way your strategies are conducted. Tips for keeping a weather eye but also sticking to the current plan as much as is logical.

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How IOT will change the way you lead generate

This is what to watch for as trends change the way lead generation is conducted. Getting the team ready for 2018.

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Industry specific social media

Your client's guide to social media tailored specifically for real estate professions.

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Where organic and automated email strategies meet

This report explains the best hybrid email strategy to get the best results from you subscriber list and build long term relationships with your clients.

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Phone surveys not working? Try this

This post would explain why phone surveys/solicitations don't work with many customers. The alternative routes your clients could take

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Which SEO audit software would professionals recommend?

This post is to examine which audit software is best as per the opinion of SEO marketers. So that companies can come to their content strategies well prepared. Why you should consult a service like SEO Locale when you're out of your depth

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How will SERPs display changes will alter SEO

Some Google alternative engines are already trying machine learning generated results that could change the way we consider SEO rank. How should we approach SEO ranking to be prepared for the change in the way Search Engine Results Pages are displayed?

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SEO Trends, 2018, and the internet's future

This will be a detailed report of SEO trends expected in 2018 and what that means for the future of internet consumerism. It takes special care to explain what your clients need to know to plan the best SEO strategies after New Year's Day.

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Problem customers and making a quality subscription list

The customer is toted as always right. But are there times when you have connected with toxic customers and lived to regret it? When is it time to cull the list and how is that done painlessly? A look at industry proof of this.

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How tech will improve market research

Details the efforts of tech to increase the effectiveness of humanly conducted market research.

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Should I use DrumUp?

This post will explain the DrumUp app. Should your consumers be using more apps for social media and if so, is this one the right one?

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How much AI will change business

This report will explain to the audience exactly how much AI will change the way their business will operate now and in the future. It will show them exactly why they need Anodot.

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Greater data capacity means the need for more AI watch dogs

The future of big data is looking promising. With that comes the possibility for more malfunctions. This report explains why the bigger capacity for data will require more products like Anodot to maintain.

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What quantum computers and data will mean to your business

This post explains exactly how the revolutions in quantum computers can and will develop the data marketplace. It shows what investors need to pay attention to and why they need the Anodot brand for this future to be user-friendly

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Why every company should educate employees on IoT

This post will explain why in-house classes for companies about to make big tech jumps are completely necessary for tomorrow's business world.

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Humanity in automation

How VoIP and other tech is advancing the way we use automation. What to invest in and when.

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What quantum programming languages will do for anomaly detection

This post will show what internet scientists believe quantum programming can do to prevent anomalies before they become a crisis. What to invest in and when .

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Using push and drip email campaign tech in sync

This post explains what both push and drip are and how some companies are using both types of tech and strategy to connect with their customers. Explains the courtesy and timing effectiveness of both.

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New data protecting programming languages to invest in

These programming languages are all within a year of creation. We evaluated them to see what future they had in huge data stack management. These are the languages your clients need to be investing in now so they can apply them as data capacities increase.

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How search engine like Peekier are the future of data protection

This is a look at search engines like Peekier. Data privacy is an increasingly demanding need.Google alternatives may help divert Google account breaches .What to invest in and when.

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Should Cloud services host private search engines?

Is a private search engine created by the Cloud any guarantee for data security? Should software companies be encouraged to create their own private label search engines as programming and data capacity make this more economically feasible? Could this prevent possible phishing scams from outside sources tricking employees into insider threat scams. Would AI in the search engines create barriers and bots that act like immune system against scamming employees? What to invest in and when .

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AI's Civil Germ Warfare

This post explains why developing Artificial Immune Systems for extremely complex AI systems of the future is a marketplace we must pay more attention to. AI have greater potential to create and distribute viruses. They also have the possibility of auto-immune deficiency where the intelligent app becomes an insider threat to itself. A look at markets. What to invest in and when.

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How AI will make and break big data

AI are neither a good thing or a bad thing. It all depends on how human specialists develop and monitor them. This post will explain some hidden risks and apparent job opportunities that AI will make for the job market with big data being the main focus.

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What's currently available in artificial immune systems?

An anti-virus program is wonderful. But what if you could take it to the next level? This is the most recent market watch on what's being done to create Artificial Immune Systems for the software of tomorrow. What to invest in and when.

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How Quantum code will change analytics

This post explains how the rapid introduction of quantum languages will change the way analytics is conducted. What your buyers should invest in and when. Why Chaos Sumo is their go to for the market watch of all things analytics

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A Data Loch Ness?

This post will explain some of the bizarre anomalies and insider threats presented to data lakes. What your consumer needs to know to divert any potential problems with using these types of services. Why you are the go-to people to rid the lake of monsters.

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Investing in tomorrow's conversation

This post will showcase the hottest markets that Layer covers. Why you need Layer brand. What new tech you need to watch. When to invest, how to invest, why to invest.

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Leveraging Your Site for Maximizing Sales

How to use the services of Holdingbay to make your site a dynamic authority of inbound marketing material and industry reports.

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Content to seize tomorrow

This report explains how to make a content drive that works with rising tech trends to put your brand ahead by months and years. Readers will think outside the box.

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Why SEO rank display changes will matter to your brand

Taking a look at search engines like Peekier, this post will explain why rising trends in the way SEO is displayed in search engines will change everything we think about marketing for the internet consumer. What to invest in and why.

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Key elements of branding you cannot ignore

A post that explains why branding is more an art than it is anything. How to brand constantly with key components that every brand must have to be effective and masterful.

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How to find anomalies before they become problems

This article will explain what the user should do to prevent crises long before they become big deals.

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Paving tomorrow's inbound route

How identifying new marketers as they emerge works for the inbound strategy. Planning the trajectory of a new year with educated estimates of how far new sales paths should go will look something like detailed here.

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Scarcity: Small search engine's best friend

Examining ground breakers like Peekier search, this report will showcase to rising search engine products exactly what scarcity means and how applying it to them helps them build a niche in a market dwarfed by Google domination.

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SEO will change but these things won't

Some constant rules to apply to internet marketing strategies despite continuous changes in SEO procedure.

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Can I use Houzz to funnel sales?

How can your client use Houzz to network for potential clients? This report explains and ethical way to research customers in their dream home shop.

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Failsafe content

This report explains the kind of content your company can create that will work for customers no matter what the situation is. Customers must always come first.

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After Grenfell: Addressing complex fire safety concerns

Everything your customers want to know about fire safety checks before they look into complexes.

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How much will tech change restaurant business?

This post explains exactly how much new tech innovations are expected to change restaurant distribution business. What to invest in, when, where and why.

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Marketing to Elite Social Media

We located where the uber rich kids hang out on social media. How can we market to these elite target group social medias to attract better buyers/clout for our restaurants and bars?

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Our take on Best of All Worlds marketing

Best of All Worlds is a 5-year-old social media for high-income users. This is our take on marketing to their audience. How to get your product scene by the blue bloods of the internet and what it means for your brand.

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Meeting the Marque: How to present your brand to the 1%

The Marque is the social network of most recent times that has real rub with top money 1% buyers. With a director of VIPs posted straight on site, you have a clear picture of who meets here and why. What this site can tell you about the top branders of today. How can you use this site to reach that audience? How can your beer and your restaurant become the hangout the press is dying to hear about?

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A Brand for a Small World audience

How to set up your brand to cross market to the audience and brands from A Small World's exclusive high society set. How will your brand become part of their ribbon? These tips will set you on the path.

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Sourcing the freshest and best produce supplier

This will be a blog how-to guide for each of your users to locate the best produce supplies for the restaurants and bars. This is a crucial part of building a restaurant brand, almost as important as kitchenware.

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Of presentation and branding: why it matters

This post explores exactly why presentation is so important to the brands selecting from you. In light of previous pitches, presentation is everything for attracting photographic journalists and real media attention.

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Going live: preparing your presentation for a Youtube show

This post will reiterate why presentation is so vital for your restaurant/bar/other. How to make the most of presentation products and leverage that presentation for inviting a YouTube food channel to your site.

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Lights, Camera, Cocktails: making your own YouTube show

You'll want to promote yourself on budget. Thankfully, YouTube can be a source of additional income that may just redeem the marketing cost. How you can make a YouTube show that showcases the presentation and expertise of your restaurant and bar.

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Sourcing the best spirits provider

You have a bar. You've installed all the best bits. There's craft on tap with your name on it. But for the enthusiasts and Rusty Nail swilling eccentric reporters, how do you know you've sources the best spirits? These tips will help you put your brand ahead-complete with recommended presentation product.

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Holiday presentation facts

This is what you need to know about prepping for the holiday seasons. Experience is everything for your customers. This is how you can foster that experience.

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Starting a local food bank

This post explains what the goodwill of a community needs to know-legally and practically-before starting their own small food bank.

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Did Hurricane Harvey make Dallas' food desert worse?

This report explains the problems with food distribution in South Dallas and how the recent disasters have expounded the problem.

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Exploiting markets is the problem with US Food

This is a response to the error-thinking of a recent article which insinuated that Chinese food crisis was a good opportunity for American beef. The mission of a healthy food movement is to provide healthy food and free local private label food trade to all markets. This needs to be address to the audience to give them clarity and ensure the sincerity of this mission.

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Can you market to elite social media?

This post will explain what elite social media networks are. Can you market to them? If so, then how? What will it mean for your brand?

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Content that targets 1% social media networks

This post explains how to target content so that it appeals to the networks of private social media outlets made for 1% level earners. Such as The Marque.

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Auditing content for highest impact

This post will explain the best ways to audit content, whether it be by software or manually, to ensure that the subject has the most impact value for the brand.

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SEO: Why you must educate your team on changing trends

SEO content is a dime a dozen. Understanding changing trends in SEO tech is the key to the best of SEO strategy. This post is a basic guideline for pulling off unique content that also gets you found by search engines.

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Brand building trends to watch for 2018

A post about the trend forecast for 2018 in brand boosting tactics.

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Schema markup: why it matters for your results pages

This post explains a less common SEO tactic to help boost search engine results pages.

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Should I use push email tech?

This article explains what push mail is and whether or not the client should consider investing in it.

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Underground marketing

These off-the-beaten path tricks will help you market to audiences rarely sought after by mainstream marketing tactics.

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Using narrative to engage customers

Why storytelling is so important for content marketing.

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Tips for nonprofit marketing

Why nonprofit marketing is different and what you need to know to pull it off successfully.

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How to Pitch the Press

This will educate startups the proper way to pitch the mainstream press.

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Should I use push email?

This post explains push email technology and whether or not your clients should invest in it.

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Reaching the 1% audience

Finding an audience tailored to 1% viewers like The Marque and using these sites to target campaigns to a 1% clientele.

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Best SEO audit software for 2018

Using the best tools is essential for success. Here's our take on the best of SEO audit software for this years trends.

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SaaS trends to watch for 2018-2019 years

We're moving into a new year. We need to be ahead of the game. This is what to look for and how your team can optimize to catch up.

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Etiquette: Requesting social media reuse from publications

This post will explain the correct way to write a reuse rights request.

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Virtual Retail: How VR changes sales

As the Canadian marketplace reflects, VR is finally gaining some real sea legs. What this will mean for the future of retail sales. What to invest in and when.

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More than SEO: Marketing principles for digital schemes

This post will explain the flawed thinking prevalent in many digital marketer's plans today and what they must do to overcome these obstacles.

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Safety tips for solo traveling

Uses the best information to explain safety in solo travel and what sorts of suspicious behavior to be wary of

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What no one tells you about 1% social media

This is what no one tells you about social media sites and apps that were created just for the 1%. This post will explain the secrets to making an impact with these audiences and pitching decisions makers with more influence over even the other brands you want to work with.

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What the telecom commission hopes to fix

This report will disclose the telecom commissions planned meeting on the 9th and what consumers should expect as results from it. This report will also explain some problem areas rising up in the industry and what the investing consumer should consider before breaking into a debt laden cycle. Smart investing made possible here.

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The Commission: January 9th Relief Package Discussion

This report will explain the telecom commission to discuss relief packages for this industry laden with debt. What are some problems that will be directly addressed? What should telecom consumers look to see changing in the months ahead? The latest.

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Uncommon pitfalls to IoT development

Could any of these anomalies be affecting your system? Find out how to detect the source of a fluke and how to smooth it out before it becomes a potential zero-day threat.

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The Ethics of Using Live Models for Buyer Personas

Understanding your leeway and limitations when interviewing a real person to compose a realistic buyer persona.

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Building your dream disaster recovery team

How to put together the greatest minds for disaster relief plans A-Z and all their little backups.

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The Ethics of Live Model Buyer Personas

This is how you find live models for buyer personas with the due ethical process.

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How to Avoid ORM scams

How to avoid false review and other online reputation management scams to give your business high credibility.

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How useful is LinkedIn to your lead generation strategy?

What traditional approaches are we looking at the wrong way? How can the client correctly appraise professional social media sites to reap the best leads from them?

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Collective Reputation: Public consequences of bad decisions

This post will explain the collateral damage some bad decisions in C-suite can have on a brand as a whole, especially when that reputation slip up passes to social media or other venues through disgruntled employees.

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How to Avoid Reputation Management Scams

This article would help managers identify and deter recent ORM service scams and build their marketing credibility.

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Should I integrate CRM with telephony?

A look at a breaking trend and what it could mean for your business. Critical report.

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The Consequence of Silence

Uses real life examples from a previous contract with Valnet Inc. This piece will explain the consequences of wholescale executive silence and bad communication on a brand.

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Blog post package 100 posts

A complete package of blog posts to use in early 2018. Would be deliverable in a zipfile format.

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A complete 2018 post kickstarter package 100 posts

A .zip file format of 100 posts to begin 2018 with. Includes a complete list of titles and outlines at the outset so Layer can decide what it does and does not like as the project kicks off.

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Complete package for 2018 kickstart 200 posts

This would be a .zip file or Google file format deliverable that would include a complete table of contents for your review. These posts would prepare you to begin 2018 with a heavy amount of content to dispense throughout the first 3 months of the year.

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Complete 2018 starter package 300 posts.

This would be a .zip deliverable file with a complete table of contents you could edit and comment on for best results. Would include 300 posts for the first few months of 2018. All content would be evergreen requiring you only to update news content for the year.

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Complete content package to kickstart 2018. 500 posts

This package would include a complete table of contents in Google docs that you could comment on and edit to get the most out of the package. Includes 500 actionable, evergreen posts to begin the first half of 2018 with.

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Complete content package kickstart 2018. 700 posts.

This would be delivered in .zip increments and based on milestone assignments. Like parts 1-7. Would also include an table of contents you could edit and comment on for best results. 700 evergreen,actionable posts to completely cover the first quarter of 2018 business.

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Complete package for kickstarting 2018, 800 posts

Breaks project into 8 deliverable assignments. Will use table of contents in Google docs for you to comment on directly for best results. 800 actionable, evergreen posts. Contract prepared upon inception.

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Complete starter package for 2018

Includes 500 blog posts/articles. Assignment broken into increments to be paid separately/completed at different deadlines. Would include complete table of contents to begin the project along with a loose contract for customer discretion. Final deliverable in folder format.

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Complete Evergreen Package for 2018

This package would include 500 actionable evergreen blogs in your niche. You would have enough posts to launch 100 posts per month for 5 months. Complete table of contents and a loose client contract/assignment increment made ready at the start.

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How to ecommerce invest and win in 2018

A how-to guide for how, when and where you should invest in ecommerce during 2018.

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Content package for 2018 evergreen total

This package would include 500 posts of evergreen content to set up the evergreen for the first 5 months of this year if you post 100 posts per month.

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Top Tips for Detailing your Toyota

This article would cover the facts about materials used in modern Toyotas and what products you can use-some supplied by Toyota-to best detail these vehicles so that they have the longest, loveliest life.

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10 Unique Investment Options of 2018

This list will include 10 unique investment options including industry niches young investors can look into specifically this year.

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Bilingual chatbots

An article about the need for quality chatbots that speak more than one dialect.

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Medical Innovations To Invest in During 2018

A look at the most recent and profitable innovations in healthcare to invest in and affiliate market for passive income.

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A Guide to 2018 Dental Plans

A complete guide to dental plans and savings in the early 2018 season.

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A Guide to Transferring Healthcare Overseas

Can you carry American health care in other countries? This post will explain all the particulars of health care while staying for an extended period of time in another country and while being a foreigner.

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Medispa and Ancient Cures: Test of Time.

This will be a walkthrough of how medispa has been a healthcare option throughout time. Looks at the especially best treatments available and where to find people who still practice these older forms of medicine at reasonable prices.

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Changing Trends in SEO 2018

This will address the basics about all those things that will change in regular SEO in 2018. To kickstart the marketing year.

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Building your humanitarian network

This post will explain how individuals and organizations can better build their humanitarian network to grow awareness for how they solve public issues.

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Organic ORM tips for 2018

A guide to managing online reputation responsibly as the new year kicks off.

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Leveraging the Press Release In 2018

This post will explain how to make old fashioned press releases work with modern marketing agendas to leverage the best client sourcing and networking value of today.

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Best Unconventional WebDev Tools of 2018

This post will help hardcore webdevs get some serious tools for their trade that are just now making a break into the marketplace. The value of this post is how seriously it will take a webdev's job.

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How to build a passive network

This post will explain how to network for passive income as well as a self-generating network. It will explain the importance of that kind of networking to business relationship marketers.

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Pro Networking in 2018

This post will explain how to build a network on the grounds of relationship building trends for 2018.

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Should I consider push mail?

This article will explain some of the perks and draw backs of push notifications and whether or not the reader should use them for their inbound.

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What is a toxic LinkedIn environment?

How to know when your network via LinkedIn is becoming toxic. What are you going to do to correct your direction so you can leverage the site for the massive business tool it is?

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What Quantum Tech Brings to UX Design in 2018

This post (loose title) will explain what Dialexa expects to see in quantum programming U.S. side as this year progresses. What is actually within reach and how will it apply to custom programming?

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Why the Golang hype?

This post will explain why the obsession for Golang programming language despite its faults. Is it worth the investment? What does the future hold for custom programs made with new languages like this one?

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Unconventional College Fund Hacks

All parents want to put back for their kids college fund. These hacks explains some unconventional ways to budget a good college education for your child's future without having to break the bank now.

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Teaching Kids Finance Is a Future Investment

This post will explain how parents can better educate their children in savings tactics now so that they will be better able to fund their adult lives long after the parent stops procuring money for them.

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Paving the Essential Path: Things most parents don't consider funding

You want your child to have the best financial future? Maybe stop focusing on the direct approach that most parents take and start critically investing in essentials they will need as young adults. A "first apartment fund" or "first furniture suite fund" or even a "first telecommunications provider" may pave the way for a young adult to establish residence or their career options. This post explains how to do that even on a budget.

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Things money cannot buy: asset investment for a child's future

This post will explain how certain networking actions a parent takes might affect the career path of a young adult child. Investing in networking for your child's future may seem unorthodox, but this post explains how that can be done with class and with the child's wants also in mind.

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Funding your child's first car

This will be a breakdown of tips on how to put back for and bargain for your child's first car. Investing in things that will help the child care for their own automobile as well is an essential to saving them money in transportation costs. Learn how here.

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Preparing Your Office for a New Network System

This is how you prepare your office for changing out an old network system and installing a new one. These steps will help detract hidden costs and make for a very smooth transition.

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The Impact of Facial Recognition Tools on 2018's apps

This will be a total market review on how exactly facial recognition tools will impact 2018's apps. What are good areas of investment? What are some of those that aren't?

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Piggybank Power: Converting Change Into Futures

Strategies for saving and converting coin piece change to create a flush account specifically for your child's expenses, now or later. These tips explain how to strategically plan cash flow that you would normally spend on your child so that you have some converted cash for that videogame of doll and have Xbox funds to spend toward college planning.

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Content Ideation Through "Literature Farming"

This will explain the method that I have used in my content ideation based on my experience as a ghost novelist. Follows a specific set of literary works I used to "farm" ideas. I took the seed of inspiration I got from a certain work and I capitalized on it, making it to produce new life like a "farm". Exact notes and details from my process.

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Why you should invest in passions and not just profits

This explains the purpose behind investments and how it should come more from life goals and less from profit goals.

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4-8 posts of 400-800 words.

Typically I charge a 7-10 cent per word price range. That makes each post average 40-80 dollars per every 400-800 words. Then, add the total cost determined on the individual lengths of the posts.

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How GlobeNet Infrastructure Improves Communities

This report will explain the details surrounding GlobeNet infrastructure and how these actions work to improve the areas they are based in. Follows the paths of GlobeNet's cable network.

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25 Different Ways to Unzip a Stuck Zipper

The complete guide to unsticking a zipper without breaking it.

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Top 25 Ways To Wear Zippers in 2018

A complete guide to all the different zipper trends of this year.

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Best WebDev Tools for 2018

This is the complete guide to web developer tools for the coming year.

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The Year Through Robot's Eyes

This is a look at what 2018 has in store for robots. A complete report to the future of robotics and how they are changing marketplaces directly.

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Brand focused networking

This post will give practical tips for networking in a way that points back to the brand and builds its connections in a positive way. Beneficial for people who have difficulty networking in the general sense of the erm.

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What Is and What Is Not Green Networking

The Kaloom guide to what is truly green networking-and what is not.

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What 2017 Fashion Trends Not To Repeat

The complete guide of trend and zipper trend failure in 2017.

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Smart Goal Marketing

This post will explain the difference between goal marketing and doing it the smart way.

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Why Water Convergence is Key

This post explains why planning a garden around the natural geography of water bodies in your area and seeing to it that convergence happens is critical to the environment,

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How to Beat Cigarette Cravings

As a teen, smoking is a terrible habit to get caught up in. It can be beaten. This is how.

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The Best Time Management Tools for Project Managers 2018

This post will keep project managers on track with their extended teams and growing trends in 2018.

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Networking of the Record

These are some tips for networking off-the-beaten path that will help the entrepreneur find better opportunities and leave deeper impressions.

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Making the financial customer journey an investment

This post explores the positives and the negatives of the financial customer journey. Why the process they take with your service is itself and investment that should be rewarded as frequently and creatively as possible. The latest.

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Does your inbound strategy need a spokesperson?

When do you need to hire a direct spokesperson for your marketing strategy?

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Finding X: Content ideation goes beyond a given formula

This post will explain content ideation as a concept art pursuit beyond just formulas and templates. These are the real methods used by the posts author and other mentors when generating new and engaging content.

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Clip Art: How to draw ideation from thin air

Have you ever been pressed to come up with content ideas at Energizer bunny speeds? That would be a horrifying situation if writer's block was really a thing. Because we know this isn't an option, this is how to get into the content creators "zone".

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PR Vacuums Solved by nDash

This post explains how nDash closes the gaping vacuum between PR and content creators. Your PR team needs writers but the submissions inbox is not the way to do it. What a swamp for the aching mind sore. This system is so much better. Here is how.

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Teaching FinTech to 5th Grades

The simple stuff to help you understand the future of finance with FinTech.

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Outsourcing Marketing and the Butterfly Effect: Why you can't go wrong

Tentative title. This post will explain how outsourcing marketing works like a more unconventional networking if done right to leverage a butterfly effect of profits in the professional news world.

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In the Clouds: Big Data's Public Migration

Why big data services are migrating to the public cloud in growing numbers. What does this mean for data services? This report will seek to understand the strengths and weaknesses of data in the public sphere and what the migration/integration means for the marketplace.

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The Changing Face of App Stores: How to save your style

What revamped app store designs mean for marketing your internet products. How to keep abreast to mainstream changes without becoming a cookie-cutter.

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Instant communication: A brand's balancing act

The constant change in web design that leans toward instant communication makes branding mistakes more costly than the days where editing was an ever-so-tedious process. This post will explain how to innovate towards a greater equilibrium in this branding balancing act-and keep costly post mistakes from happening as frequently.

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Demand for authenticity: Professional Networking in the Instant Age

The bigger communication becomes the harder it is to professionally network with secure authenticity. But networking is the true core of a brand's tangible reach, isn't it? How marketing teams can use their innovation to balance branding reach with professional network authenticity.

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Head in the Clouds: Navigating Big Data Public Communications

This is the time when cloud service and big data are swarming together into one perfect cyber storm. The increase in info demand and public convenience hubs will make a marketers head spin if they don't have an exact navigation planned out. This post will explain how to mind map out intended steps through the wild blue landscape of public cloud share branding options.

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The payoff-how to double cash flow with lead generation

This post will give the needed skill tips to actually pull off large cash flow spikes with lead generation. It's all in the execution.

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A little staff in a big cloud: prioritizing smart

This post will explain how a small staff can navigate an influx of data and still have time for everything. With public cloud options out the roof, it can be intimidating to even think about approaching business via the web. These practical tips prepare a startup for the challenges of managing a business in a burst of busyness without critical slip-ups.

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Content Ideation On a Tight Deadline

How to constantly keep content ideation flowing even when you have a hairline deadline to maintain.

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What Apple's updates mean for app developers

This post explains what app developers will need to do to compete with competition as Apple changes the display in the app store.

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Building a digital brand through smart social networking

These tips explain how to professionally network for a digital brand. What is the secret to developing a large social network that is screened for scam artists and is meaningful for each member of the network.

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SEO 2018: Springboard Trends

How an SEO trend surfacing in this year can be leveraged to produce carefully optimized and uniqueness audited brands. Keeping relevant in a market place that changes on the daily.

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How submarine cables reduce latency

This post will explain the recent developments in submarine cables for telecom networks and the efficient reasons why this makes an excellent choice for the next global provider. Makes the strongest case for introducing Globenet to a wider network.

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Do submarine cables protect telecom against natural disaster?

This post will go into the details surrounding the GlobeNet networks innovations and whether or not the innovations can be proven to sustain the network against natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods.

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GlobeNet Cinematic: How we boost the entertainment experience

Loosely titled, this post breaks what's in store for GlobeNet's cinematic influence in early 2018. What sort of video streaming, news, social media, music, etc. will GlobeNet offer moving forward?

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Empowering Education with GlobeNet

A news brief on GlobeNet's advances in education telecom for the 2018 spring semester.

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The essentials of digital networking

Why are digital business cards and other digital products for professional networking advancements so important? Because digital networking is the future of business. This post explains exactly what you need to get started right.

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Digital Dress Rehearsal: Practicing an Event Online

This explains how event planning runs smoothly if those present can build a system of trust prior to appearing at the event. Popular theories of modern networking and how to ace conventions on the first try.

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Sustainability and the Caribbean

The islands surrounding Barbados are no longer only relying on tourism. This post will explain just how attractive of a landing spot Barbados and its neighbors is becoming for business headquarters and why you should buy into real estate now.

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Time Shares Barbados 2018

This post explains all that the reader will need to know about owning shares in Barbados luxury real estate for the 2018 spring season. What are the benefits this year? What is the fortune forecast for following seasons? The latest.

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Green Building in the Caribbean

What are builders doing in the Caribbean to make the resorts they build work with the attractive environments for the long haul preservation of the area? The latest innovation.

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Your Virtual Dojo Needs a Sensei

All that the subscriber needs to know about virtual reality training rooms, virtual training rooms, and what types of tech innovation will break this year that will enhance engagement in this digital classrooms. What they need to do to ensure they're getting the most out of subscriptions to cloud services with these in place

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Testing their wings with virtual

This explains the learning curve process a green trainee will go through with a virtual IT lab. How the hiring manager can better prepare them for the experience so they can integrate beautifully and learn at a working pace.

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Building an IT lab from scratch

You no longer need pro skills or bank-breaking cash piles to build a virtual lab for your students. This is a prep post to help the team leader move around any learning curves they have with the product and pave the way for onboarding students into the classroom.

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Calling the Steve Jobs out of your class

How a virtual IT lab experience can bring out the Steve Jobs personality type in a special student. Why is this product so critical in not only training talent but honing the raw talent that already exists dormantly within this cloud? The latest.

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Going Higher: Leading the way in tech ideation

This is a technological age. The information burst of the latter half of last century is now being put to constructive use. We're way past the blueprint phase. How can your team lead the way in tech ideation, in lead generation, in direct/indirect influencer pursuits? Here's how.

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Top Performance Networks: How LightRiver Serves

This goes into newsbreaks of LightRivers latest mission tech. How these innovations empower top performance to test teams who need the highest efficiency on market. Who does it go to? This report showcases how LightRiver serves. Created so that it can be shared with the public offsite.

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Why you can never have too much information security

This post will explain the growing deficit in information security professionals and how you can never have enough. What measures can be taken to fill the gaps in ratio of professional to demand? The latest.

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Outsourcing SIEM services is crucial for the cognitive era

Why outsourcing is essential for SIEM services as the cognitive era shoots off to new highs in 2018.

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Why there will never be enough security workers-and what to do about it

Title tentative. This post explains the huge demand for cybersecurity workers and why it can never truly be met. This report explains what types of measures can be taken to fill that ever-opening gap and why onboarding as much top talent as possible is critically important.

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Bath is medicine: The history of the home spa's efficiency

This would come from the angle of ancient medicine including Chinese herbal medicine in explaining why in-home med-spa is a proven method for natural medical treatments.

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21 Things To Do When Buying a Home After Being Rejected for a Mortgage

The difference between your permanent housing and the issue you face now is the steps you take. We mined through industry elite opinions. This was the checklist 21 that emerges from our incredible resources.

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5 Elements of Navigating High Stakes Conversations Digitally

When negotiations move to the internet, we have to learn the digital tools for handling these situations. How can we move the process along around PR failure and even through heated exchanges? This post will give key points for the digital rules of negotiation.

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How to always be improving others

This post will explain the art of communicating to another member of your team for the purpose of boosting their performance. This borrows from the mentality of doing for others what you'd like done for yourself and tailoring your communication to them the same as your self-communications go when working on a self-betterment theory.

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How HealthiPASS can partner with nonprofits

This post explains how HealthiPASS can help healthcare nonprofits work out the financial aspects of the work they do with ease.

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When to hire an attorney for your investments

What sort of complicated financial situations merit hiring a tax attorney to figure them out? These tips will help you figure out when it's time to bring in a legal advisor and how to save all your hard work from unforeseeable situations.

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What your customers are saying about iPhone X apps

What you need to know as you start to sell to the iPhone X user demographic.

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Smart Locks: You get what you pay for

This post explains how to purchase a smart lock system and know that your investment is top of the line in today's home/business security. These are the facts. You really do get what you pay for and sometimes you're paying for a load of fluff.

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Smart Home 2018 Essential Investment Guide

Which smart home device companies are ripe for investment? This is a look at not just consumer usability but also companies with healthy stocks and good marketplaces. This will help the mindful consumer invest with greater confidence than ever before.

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What your customers expect from smart speakers

This post is to explain what smart speakers do for home automation and what consumers demand from the experience. Based on a newsbreak from January 25th.

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How to concisely introduce your customers to next level home gear

This post will explain the next level home gear presented within the last few hours. Wha do customers understand? What do they perceive as hype? How can you help them divide the product from the hype marketing to fully understand its value? Details.

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What to expect from selling with Wayfair

This report will help the decision maker know whether to invest and sell with Wayfair based on Zack's Investment Research and other recent financial analysis. What should the investing decision maker know about Wayfair's market now. Does hold mean it's a good time to buy in or does it mean it's a good time to dump? What does the future hold for the ambitious manufacturer?

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When I need to get coverage now

How to make a well-informed decision about coverage when pressed by an urgent need to make a quick decision.

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Active literature to change your world

This post will explain to students the absolute must-knows from literature and how these classic books if mined for ideas will change their entire perspective of learning. It will fast-track it and make it far more valuable than they could have imagined previously.

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Why you should learn as many languages as possible

The huge diversification of learning that comes from reading another language and another language's alphabet. Why every student should learn as many languages as he or she can. Practical tips for getting started.

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How to lifelong learn foreign languages

This will explain the proactive tips for language learning.This is why a student shouldn't worry so much about "fluency" because language is a constant pursuit. A situational one. These are some resources for how to build a profile in a foreign language and keep building a greater understanding of that language.A foundation for now and a series of operations for a lifelong learner's journey.

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Object lessons: the world is your classroom

This post will explain how students can make everything into a learning experience. Have a camera? The world is your classroom. The city you live in can be a study in infrastructure or socio-politics. You can use a recorder to tape random background chatter on a spring break trip and require foreign language skills. Be more open to object lessons. Here are some practical tips.

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Looking for "Zero Day" Anomalies

How can you sweep your program for those weaknesses and anomalies that zero day attackers will exploit in the future.

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Absorbing language skills through reading

How to critically read in a foreign language so you can build better language comprehension skills.

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Rent to Own: A Millennial's First Hybrid First Time Buying Guide

This post will explain the steps millennials should take if they want to rent-to-own their very first home.

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Reducing Dental Practice Revenue Cycle Disruption

How to reduce disruption in your dental practice's revenue cycle. The latest loopholes.

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Why supporting nonprofits is great for branding

This explains empathetic branding strategies and how Millennial consumers are more trusting of brands who use their presence to help nonprofits.

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Uncommon Ways Zero Day Attacks Can Breach

How are these uncommon anomalies effecting the way we learn about zero day attacks? The latest.

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Building a math vocabulary

How you can improve your computation scales by building a "vocabulary" of basic mathematical expressions and committing them to memory

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Moving a grocery

Things you need to know for moving a business with perishable goods.

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21 Things to Do When Buying a Home After Being Rejected for a Mortgage

This a revision of the same pitch sent to Trending Up. If you are interested, this would be 21 steps to take when creating a home buying plan after the mortgage is denied.

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Marketing email to younger consumers

How to showcase drip email services in a way that appeals to the younger consumers who are more accustomed to social media and app communication.

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Do memorization techniques ease PTSD symptoms?

A look at all the research that exists on PTSD symptoms and how "rebooting" memory can help the symptoms.

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Marketing to remote market landscapes

How should you begin a marketing campaign to a local area that is remote? Suppose you are starting a tourism campaign for your travel agency in a place like rural Tanzania? How do you attract positive Western attention to growing markets in little known or negatively remembered portions of the world? The latest in innovations.

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Should you automate authorizations for angel fund seeking?

Can you use automation for angel fund seeking or should all grant seeking be done through manual means? This post will explore how to make automation and personalization work together for the good of forwarding all current and future ventures.

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Enter machine: buyer personas becoming more literal with AI

How will you navigate buyer persona strategies as software becomes more self-aware?A look at software elite reports and the instructions for prepping the most qualified sales assistant software this side of tomorrow.

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Branding an local diversity

This post explains how marketing teams can best relay their strategies to local diversity. How can you screen an area you're unfamiliar with to make certain your ad is resonating? How to avoid social offenses through your campaign?The news on why marketing is 99% people and 1%cost-efficiency.

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Branding Snowballs: Things you do that gain collateral momentum

This post explains the measures branding creatives can take that will "snowball" the brand's presence. A detailed look at consumer response to real-life examples of the tips.

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How branding identity is different for nonprofits

Critical information for nonprofits when building their brand strategy. These groups perhaps even moreso than companies need an agency like Radial Path in their corner. This is why.

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Daily rundowns of security measures you should be taking

This post explains daily steps each member of your team should be taking to keep your information safe in real time.

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How to achieve information security surplus at cost

How can you keep an overabundance of information security available at cost. The secret is proactive real-time learning integrated into every teammate's daily activity. The objective is to hyper-train for potential 24-hour threat, keep every member under careful surveillance in case of insider-threat and to keep each member on the watch for customer threat.

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Surplus security done right

If you think you can never have too much security, you're heading the right way for a company immune system boost. But if the security is too complex or too pro forma it could be obtusely counterproductive. This is how you create unlimited security procedures without overloading your system or heavily bogging down your team.

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30 Ways to Buy a Home When You're Denied a Mortgage

Was your mortgage denied? These 30 steps are what you take to get back to the house you've always dreamed of. You're not a tenant, you're a resident. This is how you make it home.

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What makes VOIP ideal for international calls

Why VOIP is better than Skype and international call plans, and why net2phone is the best solution for you to use.

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VOIP and Information Security

What are the information security rules for using VOIP phones? This post tells you how to keep your data secure even when using such a device as this.

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How Polycarbonate saves the ecosystem

This explains how innovative materials like Polycarbonate can save the surrounding areas by its durability.

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Key differences in nonprofit and for-profit venture fund sourcing

What is different in the way you approach nonprofit and for-profit fund seeking? When both ventures can yield the same returns, what is the purpose of each and how do you seek each one logically to further your cause/startups ambitions?

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How deeply will HoloLens impact web development?

How deeply with HoloLens technology effect web development and industrial applications this year? What sort of developer tools with this tech implemented should you invest in to be ahead in the trade?

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What is nanoparticle surgery?

What is nanoparticle minor dental surgery? What sort of impact will the study have on future dental operations? Are there any options available for you to try now? The latest.

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Choosing the bulk video service that works for you

How to make the best choice on provided options for your industry or business when it comes to bulk video.

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Can call-tracking prevent information breaches?

This explores the theory that solid call tracking provides and external control for network breaches. The latest.

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Perfect Storm: Our vision for Network 2018 and on

This post lays out the plan for Kaloom's vision.What exactly is the perfect storm we see brewing for network? What do we see on the horizon for 2018 and beyond? This post is the seasoned opinion and trail blazing of the Kaloom team rolled into one introduction.

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What drones can do for rural communities

The purpose of a drone is to reach the hard to reach. This post will detail the reasons why they are lifesavers for the rural parts of our nation.

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Assessing Israel/US marketplace 2018

The politics surrounding Israel and the US are becoming increasingly more complex. How will these situations change the market relations between mid-range companies in both areas? This explains using journalistic thinking to approach key factors and make critical marketing decisions.

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Marketplace Realities by State

A small to mid-range business needs to assess market far beyond the digital sphere. These are the local realities of state-to-state marketing. Ready to expand? Use this type of journalistic approach to make critical decisions.

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Investing in the Caribbean: What you need to know

This explains geographical and political concerns of the middle American sector to mid-size businesses in the southern coastal US ready to take their operation to the tourist front. What do you need to know about the rural/non-tourist Caribbean to franchise successfully? The latest.

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Is now a good time to expand into Britain?

The popular belief among American politics is that Brexit is bad for all things global relation and business. Is that really true? What are the facts? When do you know it's a good time to expand into Britain? The latest.

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Atlanta: Corporate Hive of Startup Seedbed?

Atlanta is the seat of American corporate headquarters. Does the vicinity to mainstream corporations flush our customers for your startup? Could it be that this close proximity to executive enterprise actually will greenhouse nurture your business plan? A guide to assessing the scene.

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Buzzwords: Social Media Market Reflection

Sometimes social media, especially LinkedIn, can generate an opinion of a market that is not based upon fact. Topics can trend based on social aggression. How do we separate this negative reflection from our market research? Likewise, how can we use a positive reflection that is does not clearly represent an existing problem to stimulate a more positive outcome for our existing albeit struggling model? The latest.

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How do nonprofits reflect upon the marketplace?

For a thorough market research, the team should think to triangulate off of nonprofit influence upon market stimulation. Is a partnership with a large non-profit a good idea for marketplace stimulation? How can you achieve symbiotic progress with various local NGOs? The latest.

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Asia/USA market relations in 2018

With all the recent politics surrounding the US and Asian marketplaces, assessing the situation has become more critical and likewise far more difficult. How to navigate rocky terrain this year? The latest.

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The X through Y of startup ideation

Marketplaces are like ecosystems. They constantly evolve. Sometimes incoming stimulus is toxic for a locality. How do you solve the X through Y of startups that are currently only in ideation? As in, how do workshops and conferences stimulate the market? There is a wave of upcoming startups that don't yet exist but are currently in funding gestation. Which are good for you industries area and which will reflect toxically on you?

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Grant makers Vs. Peer to Peer: seeking donors for your situation

Is seeking a grant superior to peer-to-peer donations? Is it the other way around? This post will help you identify the intricate details that will determine which path is right for your situation.

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Back to Basics: Learning to write in foreign languages

Learning to write in a foreign language requires you to reevaluate your skills. Fortunately, we have some tips and tools for improving your written command of your new target language quickly and concisely.

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How important is foreign language learning for software developers?

How important is foreign language learning for a software developer?This post explores how efficient language skills will improve the quality of learning machines can conduct.Making bots more human relational.The latest.

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Nonprofit Influencers: Stimulating the network

Nonprofits are built on solid networks. How does one become a great influencer for the market of those who stimulate marketplaces for the good of the individual? This post will point you in the right direction.

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How cadence changes between industries

Your writer's voice should have varying degrees of diction. How does the cadence change between industries? Why is this important? The latest.

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Key differences between newsy blogs and news articles

How to gauge the differences in style between news-relevant blogs and a news break article. Tips from the established manuals of style at the big names in digital and brick and mortar publishing.

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Creating priority lists for content projects

This post will explain the nature of true content priorities and how one can make a schedule that adjusts to changing order of importance.

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Jobs AI will create for humans in 2018+

All the fear that AI will take all the jobs away may be unfounded . Here are jobs AI will create for their human counterparts.

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Influencer Team Ups

How does a young start-up get a social following quickly? By teaming up with more advanced influencers. Here are some priority tips for how to do it.

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Why hiring creative services is the best choice

Why should you hire an agency like SpotOn? These details explain the market positions the professional creatives can open for your company. The latest.

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Best practices for handling large content orders

These are the best practices for handling a bundle of content pieces at once.

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Best practices when creating content for a real time audience

Best practices for creating content quickly and efficiently for an audience that needs a brand's response in real time.

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Real time blog ideation

How to create fluid content when the brand's response is in real-time demand.

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7 key daily practices for info security

How do you keep a tight lid on info security without breaking the bank?By integrating daily steps for every level of the building as part of the job description. Here are 7 pointers for keeping info secure.

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The daily habits of a secure team

These daily habits will make each team player a part of company security.

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Should you become an angel investor?

How do you become an angel investor?Vimvest can help you plan the who, where, what,when and why of this step in your financial life.

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Services Spring 2018

Service plans that Virtiant has available in the Spring season 2018.

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Trends in app development Spring 2018

This post will showcase the latest trends in app development for this spring. This will explain what Nolte plans to do with them. What can customers expect from Nolte?

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Preparing telecom against inclement weather 2018

New measures against inclement weather call drops. Compliance for 2018. How to get the most from your provider.

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What New Jersey's net neutrality mandate means for telecom

New Jersey's recent net neutrality mandate poses interesting developments for telecom. The latest in this report.

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Should you invest in rich messaging?

How will rich messaging change your engagement schemes? Should you invest in this technology? The latest in research and how Pluris can help you make the most of your marketing budgets.

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Protecting your intellectual rights following GDPR

Why your company should take intellectual property rights seriously after the new GDPR laws. These key points will help your brand keep your property controlled to preserve your brand integrity. Brand integrity influences brand transparency. A good brand transparency leads to better CX and customer/brand relationships.

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Telecom options for growing nonprofits

Nonprofits may not always apply by the same rules as businesses comparable to them in size. What telecom options exist for them? How do they make the best selections? The latest.

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Overcoming revenue cycle issues in your first year

How can a startup overcome issues that even well-established practices face? The tips will help the green practice get on its feet with revenue cycle disruption issues.Citing eVira as an excellent service solution and explaining why. Triangulating with medical economic facts from high level institute resources, local and federal publication database. May even source international for rounded effect.

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Content ideation as an brand motor skill

This post explains how to practice content ideation until it becomes a language motor skill rather than just an applied process.

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Preventing Zero Day Vulnerabilities Before They Happen

This post will explain all the new technical trends going into preventing 0 day vulnerabilities before they even surface in software. The latest.

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History for for global issues

Want to better understand global issues? Here's how to start proactively learning history and social studies at the same time to see how the two fields directly impact the here and now.

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Building a knowledge wish list

What sorts of things can you learn as a teenager that will set you further ahead in life? This post will help you build a knowledge wish list so you can plan your learning to maximize the impact you have on the world. Remember that you have the ultimate say over your education.

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The quest for a better classroom: what blended learning truly means

This post dives into the reason why teachers should give students more goal-orientated learning options rather than just classroom regimen. This focuses on the true meaning of blended learning and why one shouldn't stay stuck in the "school" mentality when making a pact to get more know-how.

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A 5 Step Guide to Preventing Zero Day Attacks

The greatest defense against something that can't be prepared for is preventive measures. How can you detect 2018's trends in zero-day attacks? These 5 steps are the 5 points for making a preventing sweep and ensuring the recovery system will be enough.

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Customer Nurturing Facts: You need stronger direct marketing

This explains the key problems with direct marketing and how your team can overcome them to nurture a better relationship with your customers.

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25 Things To Do Before You Launch Your Next Email Campaign

Want your next email campaign to be as effective as possible in a marketplace where a majority deems them ineffective? These are the prep steps you should take first.

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Beyond Buyer Personas: Direct marketing tactics

What are the latest hybrid trends between buyer personas and direct marketers using these to create a more personal connection with key customers? This post explores the latest.

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25 Things To Know Before Applying for a Mortgage

These are 25 tips geared at 25-year-old home buyers. All of these tips explain what you need to know before you commit to a mortgage application. It also offers some alternatives based on budgeting.

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VR and Zero Day: What are the possible weakness threats?

This post explains how and why you should check your VR solutions for potential weaknesses that could be exploited in the common zero day attacks of growing popularity. How is VR different than other software in this regard?How would it uniquely be exploited? The facts.

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Investments in Young Adulthood

How can you lead the way of your peers and set yourself up for a lifetime of successes? Start being smart with your money now. This guide will explain how a young adult can start making even small investments to give them more stable opportunities in the future.

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Can we self-correct zero-day attack vulnerabilities?

What measures are artificial intelligence developers taking to self-correct zero-day attack vulnerabilities in any given software? How can we solve a problem we don't even know is there? The latest.

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Branding in degrees: Bulk efficiency and Personalizing Balanced

How can we brand so that we aren't committing random acts of digital marketing but we are also being bulk efficient? These tips will guide your audience into hybrid models of content-to-direct marketing strategy that provide bulk efficiency without committing the automated sludge pile sin.

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The buyer interview

Want to create a buyer persona and direct market in a way that goes far beyond the profile wishlist you create in your private data gathering? Use direct marketing to interview a key customer. This is how to take the direct approach,access their permission to use them anonymously, and these are the questions to ask them that will help you form an incredibly detailed profile.

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Conducting a buyer persona interview

Want to create a buyer persona that actually reflects a real customer? These are the ethical tips for interviewing and anonymous person to use in constructing a far more detailed persona. How do you take this a step further and create a persona that can reflect marketing to new trends? These steps will help you access the responses to certain futuristic situations your human model might take.

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Business Plan B: How to write fail safes into your business plans

Even the best laid plans can sometimes go awry. These are tips for writing in backup plans for some of your riskier endeavors. Anything is possible with enough strategic intervention.

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Brand Persona Perfected: The anonymous consumer interview

Want to personalize? There is no better way than to send an employee to conduct an anonymous interview of a loyal customer. These are the tips for engaging in such an interview ethically and for the customer's best convenience.

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Culture Checking: Why it's important on the web

Influencer marketing is a juggling act when you are influencing a global audience. These tips offer the web manager some basic cultural directory advice to give them a push in the right direction.

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Walking a mile in their shoes: The Road to Customer Experience Perfection

How can you create a perfect customer experience? Use yourself to create an interactive brand persona. What is your experience like with your company when you are the consumer and not the supplier? These tips will help you create a more profound brand experience.

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Public Relations in a globally fast-tracked world

With a world growing in continuous diversity, these tips will help a PR executive weigh difficult communications issues that are influenced by culture.

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Generating leads from a vacuum

Sometimes you have to generate sales leads from a vacuum of clients. These tips will help the sales person to proactively think outside of their regular methods when an issue arises that they are pressed for time to operate in.

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Uncommon Software Insecurities You Need to Know

This is a prediction of the effects uncommonly recognized software anomalies could have on large shareable software in the immediate future. How to identify them, why you should know them, and how to correct them.

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Email Marketing Risks: How to identify yourself

With the ever growing terror surrounding ransomware attacks, it's good for the marketer to find ways to identify promotional emails to their subscriber where they won't always end up in the trash.

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How to stop a Ransomware attack before it happens

This post will explain to your customers how to keep from getting a ransomware attack associated with their banking information and how to keep their identities safe online. This is different because it targets the steps one should take before this stuff even happens.

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Blended Classroom: Paving the way to the lifelong student

This post will teach your educators how to reach students with blended learning so that they will make education a lifelong passion.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Flip Property in the Caribbean

These are some reasons why flipping property in the Caribbean can be an exceptionally rewarding experience and great for the Caribbean economy.

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10 Things You Need to Train Your Rookies in Now to Avoid Serious Risks

Onboarding the new kids? Sure they know social media and a lot of fancy apps, but have you trained them in ransomware prevention? This is how you prepare everyone on your team, even the new guys, for zero day possibilities. The better prepared that everyone is, the better off the entire IT department will be.

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Do push notifications make or break your brand?

Should you use push notifications? If so, how can you use them better? Or are they really lethal for your brand? Could it depend on your industry? The latest trends.

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Can Ransomware work in reverse?

We typically think of Ransomware as getting attached to our IT systems when we open a bad email attachment. But can we get Ransomware from sending an email attachment to the wrong source?Exploring this possibility, how can we keep from file-sharing to servers that expose us to these attacks. How can we use UBA and other alibis to screen Ransomware attacks before they even surface? The latest.

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Intrusion Trends For March 2018

Following reports of the last 18 hours, these are intrusion trends that March will feature. How can we prepare our networks for these threats and the potential threats they could create via the domino effect?

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Protect your apps against zero day weaknesses

How to protect your apps against zero day vulnerabilities using new machine learning. The latest trends.

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Preventing Zero Day Attacks Miles Up the Road

How do you spot anomalies in your software that could cause zero-day attacks miles before they do? These spot checks show you how to fence in the reality that is constant breach preparation.The latest research facts.

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Achieving constant prep for zero-day threats

The only way we can truly prepare for something we cannot see happening is to constantly fence against threats like moving targets. These tips will help the reader triangulate a constant strategy for preventing zero day attacks.

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Helping a PTSD with psychosis patient

Tips for those who live with a PTSD with psychosis patient. How to help them without becoming a victim of their issues.

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How I live with PTSD with psychosis : an educated opinion

These are tips from a PTSD with psychosis patient for how the patient can learn to overcome.

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Depression causing schizophrenia: How I regained my mind

This explains how one mental issue can lead to another. How do you regain your own mind? Sometimes the only way out is through. This post will explain how you can do better than fight. Relearning reality so that you understand when to act and when to just be still.

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Finding Loopholes in Revenue Cycle Disruption

How does your practice lessen disruption in the revenue cycle? These loopholes will help you even the flow out again.

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Why you should open a savings account locally

Many Millennials open online accounts or they have no bank account at all and rely on online transfer services. This makes the case for why younger generations should start a local account.

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How to reach the circles of the 1%

A report about 1% exclusive social media and how your brand can reach the circles that occupy it.

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Networking in the Time of Ransomware

How do you network online safely even with such things as ransomware looming over us? This post will teach you ways to avoid cyber attacks while also reaching out to potential new clients online.

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Pennies and Coupons: The less is more approach to shopping smart

This post will teach you how to shop like you don't have more than your budget to spend on what you're getting. This teaches some tricks for converting cash back into shopper spending and the savvy way to use coupons along with sales to get things cheaper. It also explains smarter selection and unit price comparison, etc.

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Email marketing done right

Email marketing is important for your digital marketing scheme, even today. It is evolving rapidly. These are the effective steps to guarantee that it will be proficient and timely in today's digital world.

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Business On The Beach

How mobile solutions can put your workers literally anywhere and everywhere that has internet connection. How that boosts their overall well-being and schedule flexibility. How to maintain structure with all of the freedom.

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15 Ways To Tell That You Are Ready For a Permanent Mortgage

This is 15 different tips for a new homeowner. How can you tell if you are ready for a mortgage before you even go to apply for one? These 15 steps will prepare you.

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Transparency Effect: What it means for you

With rising data transparency demands from various markets, how does this affect software? Find the most pointed consumer research that will help you make wiser decisions in customization purchases and marketing decisions. The latest here.

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Overcoming entry-level hire challenges

New blood, new rules. Beware the hiring stagnation that is affecting some companies in their entry-level hiring aspiration. Why you need recruiting like Hub to get the job done.

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Tech skills you need as you build your online business

These are the skills you need technically as you build your presence online.

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What makes art "fine"?

How do we determine what is fine art and what is not? What are the real subtleties that separate mediocrity from perfection?

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The 21 Best Tips for Choosing Communication Consultants

These are the 21 technical ideals you need to look for when building your consultancy team.

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Assessing yearly startup trends by industry

Startup trends aren't entirely industry specific, but the ability to gauge the differences in trend based on industries can be useful. These observations make use of those specifics so that you can weigh where you fit best. Always having a target is essential in making any plan.

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15 Things To Consider When Making the Transition to a Hybrid Platform

Want to meet the demands today's IT is facing? Is it time for this transition? Here are 15 things to take into account while making the switch to make the move as smooth of an action as possible.

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House shopping in a college town

Is using a dorm the best option or will it save you more money throughout school/career life to home buy in a college town? What are your options? What are the best practices? These are the things you should consider first.

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5 ways to shop smarter instantly

These tips are instant shopping adjustments that will make a big difference later on.

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Implementing IoT with full effect

The Cloud is no longer a new thing for business and IoT is increasingly catching up. As the two can pair, IoT on the ground is becoming more prevalent for the commonly integrated workflow practices.This publication is the guide to better IoT implementing in the face of future effect, with regards to HCI and VMware technology's most recent breaks. The latest.

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Mobile Clinic Revenue Cycle Management

This post describes the anomalies found in mobile clinic cycle management. How can Altruis absolve those unique issues? The latest.

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How local banks and local nonprofits can build communities together

This post explains the relationship between a local bank and a local nonprofit that processes its fundraising through the bank. This post explains why a community should invest in this unity and how it can really strengthen and support the community as a whole.

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Preventing Ransomware Attacks on your bank account

How can you keep your money and online bank account from being held for ransom? These tips are a few key points anybody, even if you're not tech savvy, can apply to keep their money safe across all devices.

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Avalanche: When your staff is snowed in by demands

This post explains the situations that "snow" your staff in by their demands. Here's what you can do to get them back out of the pile.

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What can legacy API do for changing search engines?

This post explains what legacy APIs are doing for the changing science of search engines. Will we need these capacities as clouds become bigger and work within the cloud hub becomes more complex?This post enunciates what is practical now and what Open Legacy provides for the web developer team of today, with an eye out for tomorrow.

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Protecting your Hosted PBX from malware

This post explains a little bit more about what PBX is and some of the security measures to help your clients get the best experience out of the use. Strategic idea behind this post is to eliminate all doubts of using the less familiar services for new PBX measures.

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How to software outsource securely.

We've all been paranoid since WannaCry. How do we keep our software sharing and outsourcing safe? These tips are strategies that go against the grain of the common practice and help us to think in a pragmatic light.

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Why you shouldn't follow tech startup trends

Your startup will need to give life to the next generation of tech. That's why it's more about finding the power of your innovation than it is about following the profitable trends of now. Here are some tips for what can be done instead.

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Becoming a programming language polyglot

What sort of advantages would fluently learning more than one programming language have for you? What if there was no limit to how many you learned? How would you become an efficient programming polyglot? These tips will explain the correlation between programming and language and how you can get to where you want to be.

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SIP Trunking and Firewalls: Staying abreast of security trends

You want to keep all aspects of your IT and telecom safe.What do changing products in SIP trunking protection mean for your phones online? Why do you need them? What risks do you have if you don't have them? How will changing trends affect the cost of your setup? This post will give some insights that will help your team protect confidential calls carried over the internet and not break the bank doing it.

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How revenue cycle disruption changes across marketplaces

What do anomalies in revenue cycle disruption change about varying marketplaces? This post will dive deep into inter-industrial implications and what the market savvy individual needs to watch out for in spring 2018.

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DPF Tools Manufacture Sustainability to Invest In

How will manufacture sustainability influence the value of your investments? Need to be pointed in the right direction? This is the latest research into the process the buyer should take.

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Shipping Cost-Reduction Secrets for Better E-Commerce

Delving into the trade secrets of retail over the years, how you can reach better cost-reduction. E-Commerce made more affordable with these deep insights.

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Making your chatbot likeable

Is there a psychology behind a likable chatbot and one that users don't want to engage with? If that's the case, how can we apply technology to make our chatbots more likable?A look into programming with people in mind.

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Anomalies that cause cycle disruption

What did all of these hospitals share in common that was a little uncommon? How did it lead to disappearing revenue?This post explains the trouble with those cycle disruptions that sneak up behind you, and how you can diffuse these rather uncomfortable situations.

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Teacher's guide to a fun and efficient blended classroom

A teacher needs all the help they can get in making the classroom both efficient and entertaining. These are some tips taken from real teachers who use blended classrooms to help you get the most out of the concept.

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Safety changes for online personal information forms

With changes in cyber attack schemes popular in the last 18 months, just how safe are personal information forms?How can you verify your age or your job history and not be open to continued phishing and other zero-day malware. This research will expose some anomalies and make some suggestions for continued security trends.

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Will Brexit affect web security?

Will Brexit affect international security firewalls within the UK? If so, by how much? How can your engineering alter these changes back to a natural course correction?

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Uncommon pitfalls for local healthcare

What are the anomalies that crop up for local practices and their Medicaid/ other dependent patients?Pinpointing these issues may be impossible as everything is situational here.How can you find a loophole that prevents the issues from ever even happening instead? The latest in marketplace evaluation.

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Identifying Buyer's Journey Disruptions

You have a path mapped out for the buyer's journey.What do you do when that path hits a roadblock? How can you identify the anomalies that cause disruptions in the flow of your buyer's choice process? The latest market research.

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How Rich Messaging Adds to Evolving Social Media

Platforms like Facebook are gradually becoming outdated.How can rich messaging and other new elements change the way social media platform developers map their site edits? This is Layer's conclusion based on the latest in market eval research.

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Rich Messaging and Health Care RCM

What can rich messaging do for health care and the revenue cycle management crisis some establishments face? Can conversation and integration course correct issues caused by a slammed HR departments relationship with patients?

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The science of conversation in layers

How can we apply the linguistic science of conversation to our software for an even better conversation experience?How is conversation changing? What truly makes a good conversation? All the research condensed to this one post making a clear definition for the developer to reference at a glance.

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Caring for Horses in Crisis Situations

How will a natural disaster or other critical situation alter your regular barn management procedures? The latest research on maintaining a structured and safe environment for horses even in a situation that is anything but ideal.

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Core Elements of Brand Integrity

What are the core elements that determine a brand's validity or disavows it? This is a look at the things we look for in the brands that make the list of 10s and those superlative values that makes the top 5s.

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Daily security measures your team can take for enhanced protection

While outsourcing may be a viable solution, you may want to take as many precautions as possible to keep give your security a cost-efficient APB. This is a series of tips that your team can put to practical use each day to screen against some common low-profile cyber hacks that can turn into much bigger problems over time.

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Rich Messaging Effects on Social

How Rich Messaging can affect the various ways we reform our social infrastructure. Involving a larger demographic more interpersonally has never been more important. The latest in market research that helps shape ideas of how to integrate better online communications for real-time goal changing.

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Document Services for Unique Financial Issues

What if you have complex taxes, estates, winnings, or some other strange investment anomaly that you need to report right away? What can a document service do to save you money and help you protect what's yours? This will help clear those things up for you.

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Security in Speedy Analysis

When you are analyzing consistently faster, are there security risks opening you'd not have thought of before. How do you keep these in check and guarantee results by powers of 10x? This research gives insight into those factors.

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Identifying BlockChain Crimes Before They Make a Negative Impact on You

How can we hope to protect our e-currency data from crime and theft if we can't recognize the methods organizing crime around this poorly understood transaction model? This post will help you identify blockchain crimes from farther out so that you can brace yourself from their impact and prevent a serious ripple from causing you significantly negative problems.

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Finding and bringing out the innovator in your team

Creative talent is one thing, but what about innovation?What are the common virtues that all creative talent share and how can team leaders bring it out for more practical use? This post explains the steps needed to enrich your team as you continue to learn together.

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Can we predict zero-day threat breaks?

They say that a good offense is the best defense. Is a zero-day attack truly zero-day? Or can we prevent the anomalies and breaks that create these hackers loopholes before the attacks even happen?How do we know?Supposing that these theories are well-founded, the latest research on successfully securing the little pinholes in modern software/cloud data

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Smart Cities: Future of waste management

As waste management groups continue to advance Smart City schemes, these tips will help you prepare your establishment to be part of the action.

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The critical need for E-Circle communications

With precious metals and other invaluable products being lost as mobile phones are not recycled properly, it is now more vital than ever for E-circle communication and networking. How can we use technology to better document what goes into the phone and how can we enhance the distribution of proper recycling pick up? What are some alternative products for phone parts that are better for sustainability? The latest in market research.

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Building CX Personalization Directly

What could be more important than leveling with your customer transparently? What could be more difficult to gauge? This post explains the most recent branding and inbound strategy research behind what makes CX personalization that is positive and direct without being overbearing or sending a toxic signal.

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Creating ethnically conscious buyer personas

Buyer personas only work well if they reflect real buyers.How do ethnic groups within your buyer demographic reflect on the buyer persona? How can you be conscious of these interest discrepancies and maintain a good relationship with these buyers as you continue building your brand reflection? These tips will set you on the right path.

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Cloud Cam: Security Standards of 2018

Comparing consumer response to Amazon's Cloud Cam. What are the new standards in home security for 2018? The latest.

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Creating healthy boundaries with customer personalization

We know that personalization is a service, but with technology like ad retargeting, we could be getting it wrong. In this post, we explore the latest trends in the personalization experience and what the biggest gripes and home runners are in recent customer research.

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Can we reach total data mining transparency?

Recent events with Facebook and in politics cause us to question our data mining practices. Are ethics taking a back seat to progress?With our companies in jeopardy of oversight and relationships with data customers on the rocks across the board, it's time to look deeper. Can we reach total data mining transparency? What customizations would that take?Optimize the customer experience and reclaim your progress for ethics.

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Improving Mental HealthCare Cycle with Self-Assessment Models

Do mental health self-assessment programs really improve the revenue cycle for mental health center patients? How can your practice implement this type of software for better returns and better care for the mental health patient? The latest research.

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What to expect from local transportation franchises

What is the truth about local transportation franchises? Do they meet our expectations? This report will give you a basic run-through of current trends in this industry and whether you should invest in them or not.

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Stepping stones for starting your digital analyst career

Do you want to follow in Alan Turing's footsteps?You've already started pursuing a career in digital analytics but you've found out it was harder than you thought it would be. People often give you a few first steps of advice to take in your career. What about all the other little steps? What if you need a few more laid out for you? This post will help you create a path that goes beyond steps 1, 2, 3. It will give you practical means of staying the course.

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Google I/O 2018: Real Time Report

The conference is streaming now. As we react in real time, what cutting-edge updates apply to Bedrock Data costumers.How does Bedrock go above and beyond these discussed topics? What is in store for the future of data?Reaction now.

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Google I/O 2018: Walking With Giants

Google I/O is streaming live now. Reacting in real-time, what are the bleeding edge updates Biznuvo can give to customers concerning updates and topics discussed? How is Biznuvo empowered by these changes in tech for 2018? What will this mean for your business as you do business with Biznuvo? The latest.

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Top Priorities for Health Care IT Summer 2018

Top priorities for networks involving healthcare RCM, billing, coding, etc.

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Your Weekend Franchise Briefing

This would be a news report based on the New York Times's style "your insert day briefing" and would source the hottest news for franchise citing the breaks from the last 5 hours and FBR's unique take on them.

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Daily Update: Energy Industry

What to watch for in the energy franchise.Where you should and should not invest. A few problem markets to watch. The latest.

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The Facebook Effect: Data franchise fallouts to watch

After the Facebook scandal, what will become of data franchising investments close to the social media scene? This briefing guides you through a few markets you need to steer clear of, some you are more likely to succeed from investing in and others that may require a wait/see first.

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Kickstarting Spring/Summer 2018: The entrepreneur's briefing

This post would source the authority of Franchise Business Review and various other entrepreneur officials like Entrepreneur magazine to give the cleanest shot for"kickstarting" franchising models of our spring/summer era. Customer relationships and course mapping. The latest.

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Port Authority Franchise Investments 2018

What you should know before you start investing in port authority franchises. The unique situation of franchises found in various international port authorities. Preparing yourself for the location effects of business in a world connected by digital landscapes.The latest.(cites FBR as a primary resource for some facts, uses example port authority domain posts for others)

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Solving for software unknowns

Borrowing from the argument that software skepticism is a necessary thing for a software testing professional to develop, how can you solve for the unknowns in software?What do you hope to find if you don't know what you're looking for exactly? In this research, we will detail proposed theories for watching program anomalies and what the benefit of these amplified "X-tests" can be.

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Creative engagement for manufacturing customers via Omnichannel/Social

How can we improve the customer response rate of traditional b2b/ manufacturing marketing platforms?Maybe the answer lies somewhat in making an impression on the places they digitally go for leisure. How do brands market to the digital scape on social platforms or via omnichannel integrations in a way that yields the money's worth? This post reviews the latest breakthroughs in leveling with b2b customers on a more private level

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Top priorities for apparel franchises in spring semester 2018

A briefing on the top priorities and investing power of apparel chains that package to students of various ages, spring semester.

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The ethics of data technology

You've heard all the complaints in the media about data misuse. What are the ethics priorities that have popped up during all these scandals? How can you the consumer understand these technologies to fully know your data rights and what to do when you feel they've been abused? The latest.

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Spring Cisco Updates: Your weekly briefing

This post will be a recap of all the updates Cisco is expected to make on cloud hosting this season. This will be a briefing to explain the trickle effect these will have on NWN customers and what kinds of business upgrades you can expect as we move into the spring/summer seasons of 2018.

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Top priorities for hybrid networks summer 2018

This post will explain the top priorities network selectors need for hybrid models to work to their best interests in the spring/ summer season of 2018.

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Can data mining software be ethical?

This post explores the recent issues with data mining techniques.Can customizations make these functions ethical? What should your business do and invest in to be more transparent with customer data in the future?The latest.

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Top Priorities When Choosing Transfer Switch Equipment

A follow up in reading material to a recent Socomec YouTube clip. What are some of the top priorities your company needs to have pinned down when making a transfer switch equipment selection? This post will detail a checklist for all of these and provide some practical advice for each checkpoint.

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Data marketing mistakes that can cost big and how to avoid them

This post will explain marketing mistakes that are caused by trending database mistakes. Some of these are well-known because of news flags and some are known mostly to tech gurus. What kinds of costs do they drive to the companies that unfortunately make them? This post explains those and how they can be avoided.

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Improving content personalization

Customer experience is a growing challenge for many brands. So much attention is poured into data mining and providing content based on what consumers want to see.We could be missing the point. We should be more focused on creating personally resonating content than infringing upon user privacy to get their eyes on existing content. This research provides us with solutions to improve the scope of this.

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Steps to finding private funding partners

In today's nonprofit landscape, private funding partners are the strongest supporters for picking grassroots up by their bootstraps. How can you secure good and strong relationships with them? This post will give you insider tips for that strategy.

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ZTE as a Casualty: Sino-American Tensions continued

This post explores what the ZTE company casualty means for Shenzhen/Silicon Valley trade relations as the collapse of the Chinese hardware/mobile phone company was caused directly and indirectly by a US trade ban. Domino effects of Sino-American trade tensions may continue, even affecting our international communications and media. This is the latest report on what we can do to support the steadying of trade relations in the press and in business.

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Caution: Customer personalization in the time of data mining

Recent events have woken us up to personalization optimizations that look great on paper but can actually cost us on an ethics/emotional intelligence level. How can we course correct our optimizations to be more people friendly? This report will detail an educated process for how your industry determines the risk level of data mishaps and how you avoid tripping over these details.

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Lights, Camera, Caution: The CX ethics of accessing smartphone cameras

It's a trend that Market Insider was proud to break at the beginning of this year. How is it working in real time? What are the security cautions we need to take for mobile customers specifically? This post will explore a close the latest concerns covering customer mobile safety when employing camera access features. Is an indirect follow up to the "Overcoming CX roadblocks" post by following a theme of liability protection while also regarding Verndale's mobile content posts of the last 2 days.

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Network Monitoring Costs to Consider Before You Make Transitions

We've established that IBN may not be worth the wait for now. What about solutions?What are the hidden costs you need to consider before you make these trajectory altering decisions? The latest in market watch.

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Emojis and changing markets: why it matters

As emojis become an ever more prominent part of digital marketing schemes, this post seeks to explore their changing place and what exactly it implies for the user experience. The latest in market watch. What changing tech markets mean for spiking trends. How to plan smartly around the sudden craze and the shifting culture of icon marketing plans. The latest in trend studies.

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Alexandria Effect: Profiling Education System Hackers

Using the same forensics skills applied to track ransomware anomalies, what forensics exist toward education database attacks? How can E-Rate prevent and rule out financial systems attacks? Supposing that the intellectual properties are the actual target, how can you better fortify your digital databases to avoid copyright exploitations and "bootleg" resale of intellectual property?

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Mental health gone mobile

How do mental health patients view the mobile experience? How does CX change with regards to mental health and how can you as developers guarantee a positive and inviting experience that does not induce potential trigger rebounds?

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UX and stimulation overload: What you need to know

Now more than ever, we want to be all-inclusive in our branding techniques regarding the user experience. Do we ever stop to think about consumers who also have conditions like autism, Aspbergers Syndrome, epilepsy or other overstimulation issues? Sure, we see the warnings, but what are we doing to ensure that our user enhancements are good for all audiences. This report will help us understand the consistency that solves a growing concern in a number of consumer minds and increases bonding.

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Emojis and UX: Digital Sign Language

How important is emoji marketing to the user experience? As we explore the ways it engages users, what statistical shifts are being made to use these iconic digital figures against the grain of video and sound bit ads to include more and more social demographics at first sight? Can it even work as a way to engage non-hearing brand users in a new fun way that teaches health consciousness and creates a safe harbor for all brand users everywhere? The latest research.

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How emoji marketing is inclusive of all market demographics

Is emoji marketing really all that powerful or is it losing power based on hype? This post will explore how emoji marketing actually is consistent with all-inclusive audience targeting. Some brands even use it to teach and connect with ASL users. What is the full scope of emoji marketing and what push do we need to give it to get the most out of it?

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What will fill OneNote's place?

Microsoft just moved to put an end to OneNote. What will take its place?What does the future of digital office look like? What to invest in, when, how, and why it matters. The latest.

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How-to franchise artisan products

The earliest tips on franchising for artisan products like soaps, candles, coffee and other "gift shop" quality items.

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Startup Jargon: CX Personalization and Ethics

This post exposes the scoop startups need for cx personalization with ethics in mind.

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Plan extra cash budgets

This post will explain how you can plan to use extra cash that you strategize for specific budgets. Say you need a gas budget?Start making even small increments of extra money and write a plan to spread this money out over a week or more's time.Real-time tips for better results.

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Everything you need to know about CX

You wear all the hats.You don't have loads of time or extra operating cash to handle things that come a bit obscure like UX/CX and all of these other acrostics. Customer experience is a lot easier and cheaper to attain than you'd think. This post is the most recent guideline to the steps you need to take.

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Auditing your SEO responsibly: Doing more for CX

We make mistakes with our website in the things we fail to optimize. What if there are things we are looking over because of all our flashy optimizations? This post will explain the path we need to take to do more for customer experience online.

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Data and CX: How to improve our ethics

As the saga of Facebook spins on, it may be time for us to talk about data and customer experience. How can we boost our ethics policies and be more transparent to avoid alienating customers? The latest.

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How Earth Day is a landscape game changer.

This post explains how landscapers can capitalize on Earth Day to launch themselves forward. The latest.

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The true effect of network marketing

Can it really be this simple?How does your brand capitalize on network marketing for an ever-increasing presence in the virtual world? The latest stat trends and more.

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Resorts for Resorts: When turf health becomes product comparison

The green of the land may matter more now than it ever did on a magazine cover. How does new agro-technology compare the health and imagery of turf? How is this comparison weighed in a rubrics of chemicals/water/ absorption ratios? What are informed consumers really looking to see when they start investing in golfing oriented resorts?This post explores the reflection one comparison has on the other when turf is the product in question. Your Tuesday briefing.

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Hope after a medical devastation: Financial assistance guide

Life can hit us when we least expect. This post explores types of scenarios and acts of God that can devastate us and how to pursue financial assistance in that situation. Inspired by the true story of my colleague whose clinical death has catalyzed a completely life-altering case of medical expenses.

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The Murphy's Law of Moving: How to plan for the unexpected

Anything that can go wrong will. That's why planning some B-sides into your moving strategy can save you a lot of trouble when the day approaches and things get a little hairy.Examples include, things that can be finished weeks in advance,etc. The latest in tipping trends.

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How to create customer experience with your content

How-to section blog post. Content fails to get love sometimes because it fails to get personal. This blog post will approach some tips to take to foster a real customer experience with each post so that it gets "sticky" and brings them back in to learn more from future updates. The latest.

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Mobile witness protection: Protecting your customers's IDs

What steps are being taken to protect your customer's IDs in mobile applications and Cloud?With ID verification, issuance, modulation, and security there comes a brand accountability. How can you protect your users from exploitation without and even within your brand? How will mobile identify protection innovations increase your brand's credibility with consumers? The latest.

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GDPR: Be ready and Be heard

A recent article on Forbes brought it back to our attention. The GDPR deadline is coming May 25th. So, what is it, and how does it affect the way you learn how to do b2b? What should your business do to be totally prepared for these changes? Which steps should you take to keep from being overwhelmed as you learn to balance the new rules with the trends you're learning back to back? This post will set up readers who are not uber marketing friendly with all they need to know.

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Tuning your SEO to optimize virtual assistants

After Google I/O this year, we learned that consumers would now have many more voice-over virtual assistant options than they once did. How can you optimize your SEO to meet the virtual assistant demand? Way2Digital has the solution.

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Guide to a Greener Thermal Packaging

Taking steps to have a more sustainable thermal packaging in every aspect of the industry. Cryopak draws back the curtain to show brands how their product is the solution. Covers topics like online grocery shipping to home delivery, packaging for delicate chemicals, etc.

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Creative SMM for B2B campaigns

While Social Media Marketing is not the usual choice for B2B campaigns, some digital marketers consider it may be a move in the progressive direction. Here we seek to educate the process of making these choices.

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Why entry-level hiring is hard and how to fix it

This post showcases Joon as the authority on subjects like starting-level jobs at SMBs. How to overcome entry-level hiring struggles.

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RCM: Selling the right systems to the right markets

This post will explain how RCM software is changing and how different marketplaces have different revenue cycling issues that need customizations prepared just for them. Gauging the right customer engagement may be a greater need here than anywhere else. The latest news and market watch on the subject.

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Machine learning franchises guide

The latest details on franchising for machine learning testers.

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Should you pair network marketing with content marketing?

If network marketing, is the marketing language of peers, and content marketing is the platform where ideas are shared to audiences, then wouldn't it make sense to pair them? This post explains the strengths and the weaknesses of both types of marketing. It's objective is to reach the conclusion or whether or not network marketing with content marketing is the most productive pair for the two channels.

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Should you pair network marketing with other strategies?

There's been a bit of recent network marketing hype buzzing around. Is it really as magic as the sellers say? How do you compare and couple these with your other existing strategies for double results? The latest research.

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New priorities in the customer experience

This spring season what are the priorities that put your customers' experiences with your brand in a gradable reach? This most recent research has some inside tips on what your priorities should be to make new waves. The latest breaks.

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Summer Marketing Priorities

This is a guide of marketing priorities to match as the summer season draws near.The latest in market watch analyses.

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Should B2B leverage social media?

A buzzing topic recently, but can social media really improve the B2B scene to the same degree that it works for consumer marketing? The latest in market watch trends.

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Improving Data Confidentiality

In the wake of recent news events, it's time for brands to get far more serious about user data confidentiality. But how? This post examines the latest market watch research on the subject to give you a stronger leg to stand on with your consumers.

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Radical Transparency: What it means for marketing in general

Food industry is calling for increased radical transparency. What can we observe from this industry's changes? Will it affect marketing trends as a whole continuing into this year? Going beyond data, how will a decrease in bias build a better brand for you. The latest.

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Changing trends in transparency for Summer 2018

What industry's are giving a complete overhaul to their transparency and what does it mean for your marketing strategies.The latest.

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How to see social media budget returns in 2018

A recent shift in social media branding confidence has given us some hope for the budgeting and return. Social media is no longer just for building. With highlights on acquisition and performance media cropping up, now is time to really see how you can also reap your full returns on the social budget you constructed this year. The latest.

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CX Inside_Out: Capitalizing on Employee Ingenuity

What if we started reflecting inward on our companies to create a greater volume of our customer experience models? These are trends in sourcing employee ingenuity to improve on customer experience.Follows the same philosophy that no one can pour from an empty cup. A company where the internal controller experience is positive is better suited for a CX overhaul.In other news, CX beginning with employees as Customer X beta testers.

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Rising trends in Cloud data transparency

What you need to know to stay ahead in a market where transparency is becoming more on demand than it has ever been before. The latest in market watch.

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E-gov trends and you: what you need to report and when

As tech and government continue to merge, what are you increasing compliance liabilities? What should you be reporting and when?The latest news on the complex changes in government reporting and documentation service requirements.

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What radical transparency trends mean for you

Recent events have sparked data transparency reform across some industries. What does this mean for you in info security? The latest in market watch.

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What a radical change in transparency means for your company

Some industries are demanding #RadicalTransparency in data usage and other info security. What does this mean for the network constructing industry? These are the latest talking points you need to get behind to get ahead.

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What transparency upgrades mean for your software developments

Consumers are currently demanding greater transparency from data creators. What will this mean for software companies as more and more they must progress to meet consumer demands? Trends and tips from the most recent market watch.

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AI In the Stars: What space business opportunity could mean for developers

A recent break from CNN Money leaves us with many questions. How could the new space race generated from AI-powered GPS technology affect small-to-midsized businesses? With the Final Frontier looming above us, what does the future look like. The latest market watch.

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AI and Measuring Brain Cells: What does this mean for health care?

Recently AI learned the art of measuring brain cells. What does this newfound knowledge mean for AI applications in healthcare and neuroscience? More importantly, what does this learning curve do for Fortune 2000 companies competing in a marketplace that still suffers some obscurity? The latest market watch.

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Distinction: What Google's Last AI Voice Innovation Means for the Marketplace

Breaking on Fossbytes: Google's most recent innovation on voice over technology can distinguish separate voices from a crowd. What does this mean for the commercial development of voice over tech that integrates with Google optimizations? The latest.

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Pentagon Cloud Contracts: The race is on

Who will win the contract for cloud at the Pentagon? Whoever gets the glass slipper may only be the beginning of questions. What will this decision reflect on the private sector?Watch the latest as we follow the story with trending breaks and official press releases. How do they compare? Hype or not? Weigh the facts as we compare cases.

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Co-existing: What robotics means for the marketplace

While a large portion of AI applications are already being tested in real-time applied sciences, such as with bovine tagging and general customer service machine learning, what will robotics bring to the table? Can these machines become solid and stable members of the 9-5 workforce in the nearly foreseeable future? What will this mean for the marketplace? The latest.

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AI Chips: What neural network upgrades mean for you

Recent discussion of AI chipping begs us to ask what the future of neural network capacity is for the foreseeable future and how these things will apply to real-time situations such as the commercial sector.

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AI Join Office: What a Pentagon placement of AI means for developers

This is the latest breaking reports on the Pentagon's decision to open a joint office for AI. What will this mean for those who development e-gov applications? The latest in market watch trends and other noteworthy facts.

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AI an the Geneva Convention: How developers are making the world safer

Is AI tech embroiled in a current cold arms race? As the Eastern World invests without restraint, the West calls for Geneva Convention controls put on AI.Some developers have looped around the problem creating end-to-end solutions for AI developments that are potentially weaponizable. What does this mean for the marketplace? What controls and consciousness will all developers employ as we move closer to a world of higher intelligence. The latest.

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After confusion: Are AI And Smart Cars still going to happen?

After recent incidents with smart car automation mishaps, are consumers still backing smart cars or is interest waning? What does the future of automated transportation look like? How far or near are we? What does this mean for developers and distributors? The latest.

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Twin industries: AI and Data's symbiotic relationship

What does the relationship between AI and data mean for the marketplace? Recent research allows for the theory that AI can only go so far as data integration. Likewise, data can only do as much as it can be processed-the bigger the data the more complex the analysis has to be. So, what does this duality of AI and data mean for technology as an overlapping industry? The latest.

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Social amplifying in 2018

How can we do the best of some better brand? When we want to up our game by powers of 100,no holds need be barred. The latest trends in social strategy.

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AI's Harvest: What artificial intelligence means for food distribution

Global Hunger is a direct result of poor food distribution. Recent AI developments have been tested to course correct the problem. Can we really fix world hunger with AI? What would this mean for distribution marketplaces and potential tech merging? The latest.

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AI and Cloud: A marketable symbiosis?

Hanson robotics have made a recent adaption where their robots all learn and add to a collectively conscious cloud.Could AI and Cloud data converge to form a real-time use for massive levels of quantum data? How soon will we see this marketable shift start to gather commercial momentum? The latest.

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What Google's Machine Learning as a Service means for the industry

Google's recent move to prep and set up machine-learning-as-a-service for the customers using their Cloud could be a potentially revolutionary thing. But what does it mean or the industry as a whole? Will the tech giant's incorporation overshadow market opportunities or increase them? What will it mean for marketing automation? The latest.

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What does Google's machine learning as a service mean for customer experience?

Google recently moved to integrate machine-learning-as-as-service into their cloud. This could revolutionize the automation industry. Still, what does it mean for customer experience? Are we leaping too far ahead of ourselves? What measures do we need to take to keep our feet on the ground? The latest.

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Machine learning as a service and CX: The pros and cons

This post will explain what recent preps to bring machine learning as a service to Google's cloud and other major service providers will mean for CX. It will go into details of ways this could be a really good thing and also ways that could potentially be pitfalls.Finally, it explores solutions for the cons to capitalize on the pros and give a most well-rounded investment opinion.

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Field Data Collection Cost Spikes: Reduce your spending

Analyzing the marketplace of ML, AI, computer vision and data as it all correlates to produce environmentally and agronomically rich opportunities, cost spike anomalies were found. This post will explain ways to skirt around these problems and reduce spending while also improving the results of the investment. The latest.

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Revenant: Drones bring developing world agro markets back to life

This post explains how the developing world is being revolutionized by drone technology from GreenSight. It borrows from recent reports out of India, China, the US etc. to explain the correlation between the drone marketing and struggling farm establishment upscaling. How drones course correct issues where equipment reach and labor problems were dropping the ball. The latest.

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Virtual Candidates: The race for the best assistant

Recent updates Apple has released explains the processes Siri is using to become a better voice assistant. Siri currently ranks behind Alexa and the Amazon Echo. Google is currently wearing the pageant crown. What will this virtual assistant campaign race mean for the voice-over and machine learning industry as a whole? What does it mean for smaller competitors in the race? The latest.

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The Long and Short of Content 2018

The everything guide, both long and short, pros and cons to content trends effectivity in 2018. Your Tuesday briefing.

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Livestock and Drones: Can the technology be paired?

Recent news breaks have AI tags for livestock rising to the top of public attention. Suppose that you get the most out of the investment by pairing it with an agronomic drone? How will you effectively execute this transition?Your Tuesday briefing.

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Global fungicide: escaping market saturation via innovation

Recent market studies that cite the increase in competition for fungicide markets spiking between now and 2021 may vary in results. How can recent drone technology overcome that market saturation and provide real profitable results through return on investment? Your Tuesday briefing

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Paper Heavy: How IP filing with AI is changing the paper chain

A recent news break from Stoxx on CNBC details how IP-registering AI technology can dissolve some of the paper-heavy processes in industries and connect human resources with greater options. What will these progressions mean for your marketplace? The latest.

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The Theranos Dilemma: Why promotional transparency is an absolute must

As Elizabeth Holmes'fraud unravels before our eyes, it's time to start teaching young entrepreneurs the importance of direct transparency when seeking long-term promotion. In reverse, it's also imperative to show them how information must be cited before making an investment based on promotional value. The latest.

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How to triangulate content marketing priorities

So, how do we made a grading metric for the three facets and priorities of content marketing? Your Tuesday briefing.

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The Walmart Effect: What big retail/agro involvement looks like for the marketplace

Walmart and the agro bee drone robot? What does such an at-a-glance outlandish idea mean for the marketplace of drone-agro technology?Investing smartly and knowing your way around both hype and saturation. Learning which leg you should stand on and where to hold your cards. All of this and more. Your Tuesday briefing.

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The Holmes Dynamic: Why promotional marketing needs accountability metrics

After the domino effect caused by Elizabeth Holmes' many years running con of "Steve Jobs" typology, it's time for marketing groups to call promotional endeavors to greater accountability. What were the key factors that led to this running broadcast of con work? How can you avoid a similar situation in investments and promotion? Your Tuesday briefing.

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The Holmes' Effect: Why biotechnology marketing faces greater scrutiny

After the Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos scandal, it's time for all biotechnology companies to take a realistic look at the scrutiny they will face under consumer opinion. How does our marketing reflect our transparency? What changes need to be made to our promotional ventures to course-correct potential biases that will turn off our consumers due to a rising market timidity? Your Tuesday briefing.

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The flight of Theranos: What this means for the future of SEC transparency

After the Theranos scandal, what will this mean for your legal reporting responsibilities? Will the SEC crack down heavily to avoid similar cons in the recent future? What can you do now to prepare yourself for that kind of shift in transparency thought? Your Tuesday briefing.

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The No-Grow Maze: Guiding your brand out of a box

Is your company facing a "no grow" maze of problems? How can strategic marketing work around these issues and bring your brand out of the box. The latest.

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Theranos Effect: Transparency panic rooms in the wake of scandal

Now more than ever in the light of this most recent scandal does your promotional transparency become an imperative. The latest in foolproofing and branding "panic rooms" to help your industry survive the collateral microscope effect issues like this engender. Your Tuesday briefing.

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Geoparks and drones: Making detailed progress in sustainable geodiveristy

What can agronomic drone technology do for those sites that are vying for UNESCO geopark recognition? Whether an existing site or one filing or acceptance, drone technology could be the link between proper surveying and sustaining ancient geo formations in the business of tourism paired with conservationism. The latest.

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Super-ego and the android: Will machines need this much consciousness?

With rising fears of AI's dangers and ethics, can AI machine learning become self-critical and socially imitating. Is there a probabilistic super-ego to be attained in all the small parts of learning androids? What would this mean for their place in the socioeconomic construction? More on the latest research.

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Enter Machine-Learning-as-a-Service

Google's latest service to networks project could be truly revolutionary. What does it mean for your business?The latest.

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Gauging customer demand in agronomics

The precipitating rate of agronomics customers is increasing at a steady incline. Advancing population causes a greater need for ag-tech in urbanized regions.Because ag-tech covers such a broad range of topics, how do we fully separate and gauge the metrics of customer demand to match innovation's supply?

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Trade War and Ag Tech: Catalyst or Paralytic?

Trade War between China and the US has been toted about on various channels. What would this truly mean in the ag-tech industry? Would trade frictions between several major economies be a paralytic to innovation or will the newfound tech such as GreenSight has developed be enough to catalyze an increase in ag-tech creativity? The latest.

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B2B and Agro Ethics: Where science meets people

The business of innovation need not be a cutthroat rat's race. This report explores the values of b2b to decide where agro ethics stands at this moment. Can tech collaborate to increase innovation and enhance agronomic operations? Or are ethics on the Fritz today. Where does science meet people for a course correction of supply and demand meeting the industrial movers needs? The latest.

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Electric Company Airborne: Ag-Tech and Power Preservation

Africa is using ag-drone tech to monitor and preserve their electric grids. How can ag-tech drones stabilize energy supply in the developing and urban world?What does a pairing between electric companies and drone suppliers mean for the marketplace? The latest.

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Soil Testing: What can drone tech bring to the table?

Surveying the ag-tech behind drones with sensors that detect pesticides, antifungals and water usage issues, what can this mean for soil testing procedures of the near future? How can this newfound tech reconstruct and prevent peaking retests and lower costs of the general processes? The latest.

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Could ag-drones provide political relief?

The war in Syria takes another turn as Russian operations have learned to jam American drones.Politics aside, what could ag-tech drones contribute to people in countries decimated by conflicting politics and war efforts? Could supplies and urban/agricultural be consolidated through the use of these non-party commital crafts? More on this.

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Drones and the Malaria Fight: Why ag-tech leads on all fronts

Drones have recently been considered an integral part of malaria prevention in some developing areas.How do ag-tech drones lead on fronts like contaminated crops and foodborne illness prevention? More on this.

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The Sky Police: Drones and soil slide policies

When recent BBC reports cite drones as integral in penalizing farmers that allow soil erosion.

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Ag-Tech and Marine Farming: How drones watch the Mediterranean coast

Some drone companies are sending in drones to watch soil erosion along the Mediterranean. How can ag-tech drone development improve the way that resorts and marine ag-business is conducted in areas that are not ideal for farming (i.e. Greece) The latest.

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Productivity Spikes With Agro Drones

How farmers from many regions are acing productivity with the help of agro drones. What are the grading metrics they're using to come to this conclusion? How will advancing tech make a good thing greater? The latest.

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A happy couple: Drone and irrigation tech pairing

What should you invest in as drones and irrigation tech are paired more and more frequently to enhance effectiveness? The latest

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Custom Integrations and Multi-use Devices: Agtech's versatile future

What does complex service integration tech like the GreenSight applications mean for the marketplace? WIll devices be paired with devices for enhanced remote convenience?The latest in innovation reports.

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Machine learning as a service: Could be chaos or transformative?

As lead companies like Google frame designs on Machine learning as a service application in their cloud, we are left to pose some questions. Will complete access to machine learning be transformative for the industry? Or will MLaaS create automated app chaos?

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Agrotech in the Cloud: What it means for marketing

As ag-tech is transformed by IoT and the Cloud, what will change about marketing schemes for this industry? The latest.

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Dispelling Uncertainty: Innovations against farm drone inaccuracy

Recent reports from some sources state that farm drones are often inaccurate. They warn against using them. Where does all the uncertainty stem from? What innovations loop around them? What ways can the current technology (GreenSight) be used to work against the weak points? The latest.

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What Drone/Satellite Pairing Possibilities Means for Markets

Recent reasons for scaling a pairing between weather satellites and ag drones have presented possible opportunities. What will this mean for agronomics markets? The latest.

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Biggest Solutions Coming to DRaaS

What is coming to the DRaaS from 2018's remainder to 2019? This take shows you the biggest, most investable new breaks coming to the industry. When to invest, where, what. The latest.

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Ag drones and data privacy: The facts

How to make consumers of daily drone data logging aware of data privacy and all the contingencies. For a better consumer experience, the full report.

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The Grasshopper Effect: What code learning apps mean for the industry

With news apps like Grasshopper teaching coding basics via a smartphone app, one might wonder what this could mean for app development industries? Will this boost the market with greater creativity, spike competition? What should your team be doing now to prepare for the changes this will bring? The latest.

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What the 1/4 Ratio Means For Data Users

1/4 data users have had their data stolen. What this 25% compromise rate means for users and how companies can crack down on data infringement for a better customer experience. 1

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Village Compliance: Why EHS is a community effort

The BioRAFT solution brings compliance training to an all new level. But EHS is more than just accurate reporting and equipment checks.Safety and preventative procedures should be a community effort, a lifestyle. BioRAFT as a community can make that happen. It starts with you.

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Course Correct: The speed we learn from failure

Searching for bigger and better is the conventional pursuit. What if we approached this differently? With 2018 troubleshooting trends posting recently, now is the perfect time for creative thought. Searching for faster and better course correction could be the key to our transformative innovations. The latest.

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Social Amplifying Content Metrics

When we need to do better than the best of someone better than us, how can we amplify our content reach and metrics? What challenges will we face as we pursue this completely exhaustive strategy? The latest.

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Amplifying the Marketing Strategy for Turf Grass Tech

As a global marketplace for turfgrass and ag-tech segmentation increases, it's time for key players to amplify the marketing strategy.Do not be lost in a saturated marketplace. The latest.

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The Good, the Best and the Better: Amplify your social strategy

What happens when you want to do the best of someone better? It's time to amplify your social strategy. What are your setbacks weighed against your goal?What is the ideal you would like to achieve beyond in your competitive range? These are the tips that detail what it means to push past all stops and really thrive with the buzzworthy.

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Agtech Drones and Real Estate: Match made in heaven?

What does improving agtech mean for the real estate scene? Property appeal enhances with better imaging, true. What are some other things that might have escaped your notice? This is why agtech investment will transform the way you think about the property enhancement industry. The latest.

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Transformative Software made possible with IoT/AI

What kinds of leaps and bounds are we seeing blossom in software as of 2018? What does it mean for markets? In the wake of innovation, old things are becoming obsolete and new things are becoming symbiotic. The latest.

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Course Correcting the Worsening Retail Crisis

What a spiking "retail apocalypse" means for each demographic of the retail industry. How to course correct via trickle effect to save your stake in the marketplace.

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AI in Office: What the new joint office means for the indsutry

What will a joint office for AI in the government mean for the industry of gov-tech? This report seeks to address any concerns and questions that IQM consumers have on the topic. The latest.

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Daily drone Data Accuracy: Going the distance

How will ag-tech drones derive better accuracy from data in real-time? What are the current discrepancy issues we face starting with today's data? Should we put greater stock in the photogrammetry vs. LiDAR argument or is this counterproductive? The newest information leader reports and what you can do to make more effective upgrades this season.

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Cloud to the Ninth: Microsoft Refocuses

With Microsoft's increasing focus and course correction in the Cloud game, now it's time for your company to start looking at the marketplace opportunities this brings. What's on the horizon? How far is far-reaching? The latest.

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Microsoft Antivirus and Google Chrome: Why too much security is never enough

The recent decision for Microsoft to make its anti-virus available to Google Chrome may seem like a casual upgrade to one of the most secure PCs on the market. Yet consumer awareness is growing that there is never too much information security. How does this pairing change the way that indie marketplaces consider security software?What can you do to get ahead in the defense of information race? The latest.

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Blue Screens and The Lesson

With Blue Screens delaying upgrades to the Windows 10 OS,now is the time to review the innovation lesson that comes from a quirk like blue screen of death. What does this quirk mean for the future of operating systems? What does it currently mean for consumers and developers who use 10?Reports in real time.

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Emancipation: Why owning the rights to your software is only the beginning

When you develop software with Microsoft, you own the rights to it. This is a great step forward for small-mid sized businesses, but its only the beginning. What does greater licensing freedom with software and the umbrella covering of a major tech corp like Microsoft mean for the future of innovations in software? The latest.

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What does Microsoft moving forward with Linux mean for marketplaces?

Microsoft has released its first product of Linux systems. What does this expansion mean for marketplaces?With traditional aspects changing more every day, now is the time to weigh your options and see what the course of your next series of investment actions should look like. Weighed against terms of the realistic and profound opportunity.

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Floodgates: What Knockout Swedish Fintech Startup Means for Markets

What one Swedish startup has just done is certain to make a big dent in the fintech scene for Scandinavia. What it means for your market endeavors. The latest.

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Can ag-drone tech cut down on topdressing issues for golfing customers?

The recent complaints and disappointments with golf consumers circles around top-dressing and other issues with the turf. These issues seem to be prevalent at public golf sites. How can ag-drones implement better preventive measures for turf that cut down on topdressing complaints and other care procedure issues that bring down the customer approval score? The latest.

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Ground control: UAV to USV automated integration max workflow output

How can we increase the real-time productivity of aerial data to vehicles on the ground?Automating integration requires systems testing that can be made repeatable. How do we make this process effective and speedy to avoid system delays?--A look at contemporary reports for unmanned systems. What we can learn from the automation of many vehicles in limbo. Comparing ag-tech test protocol to those tests the military is using, will we find a correlation that will make a marked improvement?

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How Aerial Infrared Data Impacts Management Workflow

As we become more well-acquainted with aerial thermography the more we will see the impact the data translation has on management workflow. What steps should we take to ensure this tech is working to its maximum? The latest.

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Juggling Multicopters: Multiplying workflow with vehicle balance

How many airborne vehicles can be integrated with the management controls at once? What are the discrepancies that detract from this max capacity and delay our workflow? The latest news and tips for best output.

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Testing Daily Data Use in Drones

This report will explain why so much data is wasted in commercial drone use. How to conduct better tests for further management workflow integration. The latest news and business trends.

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What global drone industry means for you

As airlines push to make drones a global industry, this could mean primetime for all your current initiatives. The latest news.

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Faces on Demand: The question that Facebook escalated

What are the true risks of facial recognition technology abuse in a market that currently distributes facial recognition through mobile phones?What sort of problems could the Facebook moral debate cause for developers in facial recognition? This post seeks to address the consequences and the catalyst reaction it will have for cybersecurity industry should Federal regulations are instated across the board. Why this data crisis may turn lucrative for those on the right side of data security.

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Instagram by Canon: Bringing your social media to the sales rep scene

With brands creating miniprinters to directly integrate with your Instagram, it may feel like this product is a little novelty item.But with their business card size, it's time to consider the possibility of a technical facelift for your sales reps in the field where social media strategy plays a part in direct consumer marketing face-to-face relationships and print-on-demand of brand logos and pics. The latest.

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Case study: The effective use of iOS in direct-consumer marketing2018

How much more does iOS effect our direct contact with consumers so far this year than it has before? This is the latest analysis.

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Sunburn?: Multispectral lenses and natural inaccuracy

Recent complaints about sun position and altitude change in ag drone tech lead us to seeking improvements. This is the latest research done on multispectral systems and quality of images taken from them.

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The Facebook Effect: Why big tech is bad for ag drones

Facebook's wireless experiment with drone tech in New Mexico's desert is bizarre. It's also troubling in the wake of overall basic data management failure with the company on trial. This post explains the reason why big tech needs to leave its hands off of drones and data and why their involvement is slowing down the innovations process needed to supersede basic wireless issues with ag-tech drones.

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Case Study: Data metrics waste in commercial IoT and how to avoid it

A basic rundown of how much data is actually used in commercial work and how much of it is actually wasted during the analytics process, which leads to a delay in the workflow process.How much does this actually affect systems like IoT as opposed to something like drone software? How can you prevent it from slowing you down?

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How mini-printers could change sales rep for good

New inkless pocket printer tech from Canon or HP seems a bit redundant as a novelty item. But when your sales rep can print out Instagram post straight from your branding page and share tiny snapshots like business cards, it might just change things. How much of an impact could this actually have? What significant effort would you need to put into digital branding to make sure these "trading cards" were on point? The latest.

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A Lesson From RSA: Securing event technology

We have a severe data discretion crisis when even the RSA information security conference's own app leaks our data. The best lesson we learned from the RSA incident was this: Security is an all-levels/ongoing issue.The latest on addressing these needs.

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Skyward B and E: Can hacking incidents compromise daily data collection?

How often have commercial drones such as ag-drones been hacked for other purposes such as corporate spying? Following a recent Computer Business Review report on the subject, we explore how these incidents could happen even without managerial detection and what sort of compromises they could impose on our daily operations. The latest.

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Global Food Crisis: Why automating the workflow is critical

Ag-drones still have several bugs in their workflow timing process to work out. Some brands are considering whether the automation of daily ag business procedures is even worth the investment at the present time. Yet if we take a look at the Global food crisis, we realize that automation has a greater demand than ever before. We need more successful crops and better distribution in the wake of recent famine. The latest.

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Ag Drones and Disaster Prevention: Overcoming Data Issues is First Step

The tech that is being developed surrounding soil conditions and other turf issues may have a greater purpose as we continue to upgrade. Suppose that these drones are also useful in the research and prevention of natural phenomena on human establishments. As the market presents, what are some roadblocks to daily data logging that need to overruled before this can become a reality? The latest.

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What low-code tools on mobile mean for the market

With Zoho leading in this area, we've recently seen low-code applications added to mobile such as Android. What does this mean for the developer marketplace? The latest.

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Is enterprise truly ready for zero code?

A recent PR break on Newswire suggests that some zero-code applications are ready to take on the enterprise level of operations. Zero code may be ready for the enterprise scene, but is enterprise ready to integrate zero code? What will that mean for the marketplace? Should you start investing in zero code now to get ahead at a realistic pace? The latest.

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Should we reevaluate data colocation?

After the incidents in recent news, we now know that even data security response teams must take precautions for their internal controls. What does this mean regarding colocation centers? What are the facts? What should we do to improve our efforts in this industry to avoid internal agency meltdowns? The latest.

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The Race for AI Processing: What it means for your industry

The coveted AI processor chip has set off quite the tech industry race worldwide. With the latest news breaks in Alibaba's push forward, one can only wonder what AI processing will mean for the industry of automation. The latest.

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Google Glass Ceiling: The Workflow Success Rate As Per Industry

Using Google Glass and mHealth's collaboration as the example, what is really going on with contemporary workflow processing? How can we make it better and lessen the amount of data wasted in each workflow process? What does each workflow adaption mean as per data industry demographic within BedRock's immediate consumer reach? The latest.

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Glass Cielings: What workflow applications can ag drones pair with?

If we continue to optimize our integrations for the managerial workflow, then what sort of workflow devices can ag-drones pair with to let managers handle the loads at an increasing rate of productivity? With healthcare industry employing Google Glass integrations, maybe we need to start brainstorming. Maybe the loophole to upgrade delay is found in integrating to unconventional devices. So which ones could these drones pair with?Uncommon insight into this controversial ag innovation. The latest

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Fintech Growing Cramps: What GDP issues mean for the industry

With recent breaking news on some GDP clashes between nations like the United States and China, one can only wonder if this means problems and curveballs for fintech as a whole. Here's the latest on the problems in fintech and how your marketing strategy may need to change to adapt to and overcome these flagging problems. The latest.

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Scaling Business Intelligence Against Trending Events

What has happened with Cambridge Analytica has sent a ripple effect of questions throughout the world. How can we scale the effectivity of Business Intelligence in the wake of trending events? The latest.

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Scaling food service market trends to advance in your industry

This month's recent reports in food services trends expected to upscale between 2018 and 2022 give us some starting point insights. How do you scale these trends to advance the profitability in your industry? Make a comparison and make smart investments now. The latest.

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How smart hospitality marketing stimulates smart distribution

How does the hotel revenue cycle differ from other industries? What are the smart plans in hospitality distribution that open up ideas for better digital marketing? On the flip side, what are better marketing metrics that stimulate revenue distribution in hospitality specifically? This post will explore some ideas that will show how the two can balance each other in a creative way that scales revenue. The latest.

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Considering all options for secure data lakes

How do recent events reflect upon the integrity of our data lakes? This post seeks to explore pros and cons that currently exist in the way data lakes are handled and what we need to do to support better data management and cloud security. The latest.

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Cemetery management better with ag drones?

What can the application of ag drones benefit to the management of memorial lawns? A correlative comparison between existing models and opposite ones, such as golf resort care. Which of these ideas are practical? Which are ethically or commercially counterproductive? The latest.

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Botanical gardens: Between resort and farming

How do workflow discrepancies work differently for something like a botanical garden which is like a resort but is also like a farm? This report will look in integration for the management workflow of drones with machines for this style of establishment. The scale of productivity will depend largely on the need for attention. How would managers employ these when some consumers are opposed to them? The latest news concerning.

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Stellar applications improving the ag drone industry?

If animal conservation can be complemented by astrophysics and drone technology, then what can these benefits do for agriculture? This post explores how data is used and distributed in these high tech night applicable drones.Insight into the maximum use of commercial drone technology also gives us a better edge at innovation funding. The latest.

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HoloLens and the Future of Drone Technology: What it means to your market

As some countries are experimenting beyond the scope of presentation capacities with HoloLens, Japan questions how HoloLens will work in the drone industry. What do breakthroughs in VR/holography to drone integration have to do with your industry? It could be as simple as new pockets opening in the marketplace that were once technically impossible. How to invest now to be prepared. How the Virtual Cove tech is the best investment in this knowledge and why it works with future integrations.

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The Watchman on the Wall: Hands on data security

This post will explain how multidimensional VR and mixed reality such as the Virtual Cove invention would work in the defense of data use. How representing data in tangible symbolism can prevent breaches by giving incident teams a real "character" to monitor. This post will also explain some tactical training mirroring real-world security mixed reality can employ against cyber threats by reverse engineering the way the DoD uses VR to train its cadets.

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How to our intense need for more email security

With companies like Gmail and Outlook racing to make email more secure, it's time that each of us take steps to get ahead and sidestep the data conquest. How you can beat others in this game and be more credible to your consumers. The latest.

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What alleged brand collusion means for enterprise

The consequences following the AT&T wireless and Verizon collusion allegations may mean issues for Enterprise. The question is what exact consequences this could mean beyond what Reuters reported on eSIM tech delays. Will these allegations change the capacity AT&T and Verizon have to aggressively sue those states that enact net neutrality?How can you come out on top in the wake of the ripple effect and make the best profitable investments? The latest.

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Will the alleged AT&T/Verizon collusion drive higher telecom costs?

Reuters reported recently that a new GSMA cellphone technology was put on hold because of the AT&T and Verizon collusion allegations. Will there be other cost-drivers in cellular/telecom provider costs?What does this trial mean for the marketplace in general by way of corrective legalese and the sanctions put in place? When will the GSMA eSIM tech be available for investment and what will this mean for telecom providers/consumers? How can you come out on top of everything with a greater edge?

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The face of changing malware

What you need to know to be able to tell the difference between real extensions to modern OS. How to recognize the everchanging face of malware. Knowing this, you can get abreast of newer things like Chrome extensions that are malware, etc. Lead the way in malware identification. Stay secure.

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Azure and Alibaba Cloud migrations: Should you invest?

New information on migrating Azure tools into Alibaba cloud has emerged. But what does it mean for you and your brand? Should you invest? If not, what is a better option? The latest on brand building developments.

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Do ag drones work for inner city farms?

New trends such as rooftop and indoor bound farms are taking over in urban areas. What does integrated agtech such as GreenSight employs mean for these types of farms? What are the workflow issues when you have power grids and indoor rafters in the way? This is the latest on stabilizing managerial workflows in these situations.

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Forestry workflow issues when merging with drone tech

This post details the latest in forestry married with integrated drone tech. What are the managerial workflow issues unique to this industry? How can you work around them?Insights based on GreenSight solutions and triangulated research around the core subject material.

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Can daily drone data collection preserve beehives?

As daily drone data improves, the use we put it to will become more versatile. What would drone tech bee conservation mean not only for agronomics but also for environmental conservation?With patented "robo-bees" to assist wild pollinators, maybe integrated drone tech can also report issues with bees natural food sources that are causing their ailing population. This report seeks to explore the marketplace for this as well as commercial bees and better data reporting for minute images.

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Better daily data collection for semiochemical usage

How can drones created for resort turf management better contribute to the bold market of semiochemical usage? How is the data collected on the use and effectivity of these products? What are the discrepancies in current systems? This post explores integration in the marketplace and how to capitalize the use, the data reports, and the workflow for best effect. The latest.

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Pairing drones with canals for maximum irrigation

What is the future of canals and irrigation methods surrounding them?When drones are paired with the integrity of centuries-old farming techniques, what will be the pros and cons to workflow? This report will explore the situations where ag tech can deeply benefit areas still handicapped by poor irrigation conditions that have compounded for decades. The latest.

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Asset protection: Workflow made better with drone preservation

Autonomous drones are perfect for keeping workflow running even when we are not present. What steps should we take to ensure these automated assets are also protected when we are not available to monitor them? The latest.

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The role of commercial drones in game/wildlife preservation

While some field preserves for fish and wildlife insist on drone regulation, there may still be an industry for it.Multicopter drones make it simpler to photograph remote rookeries and other such things. What is the marketplace for agronomic tech drones in the preservation of wild species? What will need to improve in daily data collection to make this market feasible? The latest.

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Drones and waste management possibilities

With better data collection, how can drone tech with high-powered sensors better detect wastes such as plastic contamination in irrigation systems and other chemical compounds? Where is the marketplace for drones in the process of waste management and their role in conservation workflow?

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Should you invest in IoT devices for your move?

Are smart home devices really worth all their hype? Will they assist you in your big move or just make it more of a headache?Here's the latest.

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Closing the food insecurity gap for inner city kids

This post will explain how food insecurity is the number one priority for making a strong impact on inner city impoverished kids. How brands that are all about sports activity and performance nutrition should be packaging themselves in a way that is pro ending hunger. The latest.

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Fish vs. Bird: What you should know about fishing at your destination

These are the recent reports about this years fish vs. bird kills and catch rates. Planning around issues before you reach your destination for a better experience.

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How Chinese trade relations impact Hadoop consumers

With special regards to the Chinese marketplace of Hadoop and how data affects the areas of US-Chinese trade currently heated up by recent politics, what will this mean for the English speaking Hadoop user?Will the markets change? What close market/product development should you now invest in and why? The latest.

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Flipping on the lights: Visible kill chains, machine learning, etc.

How does machine learning and visible kill chains accelerate the data threat detection and elimination process? The latest reports and advice schematics.

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Protecting your content from plagiarism in the age of data mining

Now that data breaches are more prevalent than before, it's time to tighten the belt on content integrity. This is a report sourcing the best methods protecting branding content from direct/indirect and highly costly plagiarism in the time of cybercrime.

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Game of Faces: Facial recognition integrity

With Facebook under great fire for the use of mobile face recognition data harvesting and the like, it's time we run a tighter ship on customer data integrity? This report explores methods of doing exactly that.

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Why data integrity is more critical in the age of facial recognition

Now with Facebook under fire and facial recognition apps increasing their data mining potentials, it's time we come cleaner by the second on consumer data integrity. Here is the latest report on keeping integrity with your customers.

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Corporate collusion becoming a real problem in consumer tech

This post explores issues like the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica and AT&T/Verizon collusion/misconduct allegations. How to hold brands more accountable from smaller third parties to the conglomerate as well as from a petition of consumers themselves. Better representing consumer integrity is the way to a better base of brand loyalists. The latest.

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The everything guide to your costumer's data integrity demands

A look at the latest demands in keeping a tight ship when it comes to your first site's data integrity.

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Secure IoT: Measures we must take

With IoT concerns peaking at a scaling level, it's time to take some serious measures to ensure that consumers of IoT products will be secure with the smart device in their home or elsewhere. The risks and the steps to take away from these threats.

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The near prophetic ability of machine learning: what it means for markets

With machine learning so able to predict chaos, as Wired recently reports, what will this mean for the predictive analysis of marketplaces? Could it change the stock market completely? What about investment trades? What is a worthy idea to invest in for predictive machine learning? The latest.

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What can ag-drones contribute to insurance industry?

With drone tech taking the insurance agency by storm, what can ag-tech add to the table? The latest reports on insurance claims and integration for steady workflow in the census of property damage and other various claims unique to agronomics/outdoor recreation.

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The best new wireless network innovations to invest in

With new breaking interests like wireless network CCTV, this report will help consumers from a Kaloom-based investment forecast.

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Why IntePros is better than the popular kids

To give a reason for IntePros pros above all of the examples given by the YEC approved choices. The latest.

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Improving the Art of IT To Current Consumer Audience

When selling solutions alone is not enough, how can your team and your business model ring out clear among the buzz? This report focuses on what IT business methods are and how their intended audience receives them.

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Specializing omnichannel strategies with merchandise contingencies

Specializing your omnichannel strategy based on your merchandise type sounds like a generic idea at first.But if we specialize the way we structure our omnichannel strategies based on the type of merchandise we catalog, what are we really doing? Are we creating a niche market for all consumer content, branding images, etc? Are we taking a step toward SEO's future? Are we making our wares more available to IoT upgrades? Today's marketing is saturating. It's time to max focus our selling points.

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Introducing AI retailers: The transformative power of machine assistance

Introducing Chief Return Officer's real impact on reducing returns. This is the object lesson form which we explain how AI and machine assistance is really powering the turning point in retail brand rescues. What Newmine can do with a little, could be the complete correction course of retail as an industry. Looking into the pairing of AI like the Chief Revenue Officer with IoT in brick+mortar stores. The latest.

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5G advances into neural network automation

How will 5G effect the total automation of neural networks? This post will explore the most recent research into these topics. What opportunities does that open for you as a network developer? How do you evaluate the true ROI of developing 5G and neural network research at the same time? The latest.

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E-Waste: Why data disposal is as important as active security

Going the extra mile, how can we explain to the data conscious consumer and IT the nature of e-file waste that is exploiting our data. How does e-waste change in the logs of more complex systems like the Cloud or within the memory of an IoT device? The latest.

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Cybersecurity from the top: Avoiding high-level mistakes

A recent security breach at the IRS showcases high-level threats that your IT team needs to become well aware of. This was a crash level incident. What were the key mistakes that contributed? How could Safe-T have prevented this scale of an incident? The full report.

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How to scale your security evolution plan

When Comcast recently broke the news on changing cyber attack trends, it concluded with a call-to-action for brands to evolve their security "on the fly". How exactly is this done? How does it change from Cloud, to a wireless network, to an IoT device? This post will explore the answers for a better edge at scaling evolution. What are risks that open in the wake of evolution?Taking steps toward cyber tactics, the latest.

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What is causing soaring cloud misconfigurations?

IBM cites Cloud misconfiguration as the escalating cause for cyber attacks. These misconfigurations are cited at a roughly %424 incline. With malware, misconfiguration and user-lead attacks continuing to hang in the balance as reasons for cyber breaches, what is causing these incidents truly? What can these numbers tell us about the thought behind renewed cyber attack strategy? What can a deeper evaluation of misconfiguration contribute to evolving security tactics? The latest.

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Solid landing: 5G test beds forecast market potential

The latest news in 5G test beds gives us a clearer understanding of 5G's true capacities when it becomes available later this year. What to invest in to prepare for the maximum output when the debut comes. What to invest in to be prepared.Emphasis on what Siklu has to bring to the table.

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How to invest in 5G and amplify profits

5G has not yet made its official debut. When it does, what will be best investment plan be for maximizing its usefulness? The latest

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Should 5G be part of your retail strategy?

5G has made a lot of hype in the news but it's yet to make its marketplace debut. Will the power of this new technology make any significant difference to your marketing strategy or not? Here's the latest.

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Muscle: Putting more speed to big data

Some companies are in the process of developing AI and other applications that will enhance the workload capacity of big data. With these innovations taking place, what can your business do to use such applications to the better advancement of data use speeds and thus workflow? The latest.

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Overcoming obstacles in total automated integration

Every system is prone to have a few setbacks. What is the potential pitfall of total automated workflow? How can you keep your system from overloading and running ahead of you?This post makes it plain to the new user of GreenSight how the setup and proper system maintenance checks will keep the automation running like a sewing machine. It also seeks to disclose signs there is a potential problem.

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Mission: The future of playing it fast and safe

This is the story of Mission Drive. What brought us to the top? How did we become experts of the data marketing scene? Our message to the Chief Marketing Technologists of today. What we know from past experience about the future as it moves towards speed and safety.

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Europe on the cusp of hyper connectivity: Where you fit in

The most recent research on 5G in France puts Europe a step closer to hyperconnectivity. What does this mean for the software developer that works closely with the communications scene, such as the marketing teams of major companies, etc? For you, hyperconnectivity means more opportunities but also more workloads. Here's the latest need-to-know on this brave new world.

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What 5G means for manufacturing

As the speed of connection increases, assembly lines may be on a revolutionary cusp the like of Ford's Model T assembly line. What does this mean for your workflow? The latest.

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Louisiana Site Building Trends 2018

What are the changing trends for Louisiana companies registering online in 2018? These facts and tips are what you need to propel your care brand ahead by leaps and stay ahead of the times.

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How HoloLens 2 will impact markets

ROI report. We have heard the buzzwords on HoloLens and the waves it made. What is special about model 2? The latest on investing smartly around this innovation.

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The new standard in martech to costumer relationship

As we move to a new old standard in customer relationship forming, as we learn from this year's MarTech conference, what will this mean for martech's relationship to customers? ROI for Customer Experience applications and more. This hour old report and the latest after.

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Why you should invest in communications skills

Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn cites interpersonal communication skills as the greaterst lack in modern job skills. This is why a communications company should invest in training for these skills early on.

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The future of IoT in Barcode

How much is IoT overtaking barcode already? With things like AsReader popping up in the news so far, what are good investments and preparations you should make now for the changing process of barcode processing? The latest.

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Reassessing your brand's reputation

What should you do if your brand comes back with a less than ideal reputation assessment score? What are the core elements that your internal team needs to change to make the company worthy of a list of top 10s?

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Facebook in the Time of Social Crisis: Renewing customer trust

How can we restore our individual customers' trust in us even after they've lost all faith in social media outlets like Facebook? This post will explain the process your brand needs to take to have full customer information data integrity worked out in the contingencies as well as a better customer engagement process.

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Applying cinematic science to your marketing plan

How can cinematic techniques improve the way you plan your marketing out?This post will showcase how Greff approaches the evolving science of cinematics to create brand captivating content.

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The future of real-time/location apps

With the recent creation of Ground, an app that connects the user to people on the ground at a breaking news story, now IT/web dev teams should explore the true potential of real-time/location apps. Will these transform industries? The latest.

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What is SOC-as-a-service?

A recent break from fed-scoop cites the CDM as looking into SOC as a service? What will that look like exactly? This report will explain it in detail and why that is a good investment for the future potentially.

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Five Channels Latino: What we do for Hispanic entrepreneurs in Florida

Based in Destin, Five Channels has the chops to reach out across the bay area all the way into Tampa.It just so happens that Hispanic entrepreneurs across that are facing these challenges uniquely: See source link:. This is what Five Channels can do for you that no one else can. Our tips and solutions to take your Latino-originated business idea to the next level.

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Open Marketing to a Unpredictable Market

In the interview with Mike Troiano, he believed that open marketing and de-centralized marketplaces are where the future truly lives. On the ground, what do open, decentralized markets look like? This post will explain the state of the now and how to market ahead in de-centralized markets smartly where they are with hopes for the future Troiano discussed. The latest

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Eclipsing: SOC and AI comes together to change tech for good

The latest SOC center that is merged with AI has opened in Dubai as of this week. What does this merging of AI power and SOCs mean for tech as an entire innovative collaboration? A first look at possible openings in investable operations.

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What the TSB incident tells us about the future of data migration

What can the TSB incident tell us about the future of data migration?The aftermath of this situation will determine where those in the business go from here. What went wrong? How to prevent it? The latest.

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Roadblock's to Agile Experimentation Production

This report sources the corporate roadblocks standing in the path of Agile experimentation.What holds corporate establishments back from integrating these changes and stepping up a new and improved data game? With this report, we prepare the reader for the changes that agile experiments could bring and how they can ready their team for them in time to get the max ROI out of the resulting developed products.

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Breath of New Life: How small business heal out communities

This post will explain exactly how small businesses are the saving grace of small communities. This is what you can do to support them better so they will be escalated to their peak performance sooner.

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End Tampa's Hunger

Call to action to end Tampa's hunger plate by plate.

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It takes a teacher to save a child

This is the story of how teachers are saving our kids from all that life can throw at them. Piece by piece, they pave the road to a better life.

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Cyber detectives: Improving SOC with AI despite hype

How cyber detectives can overcome the hype and fluff surrounding their exact usefulness to truly transform the nature of SOC units. The latest.

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The increasing need for accountability in SOC

What steps brands need to take to assume total and complete responsibility for SOC measures. This will highlight all the areas where standards have become lax and what we need to do to course correct.

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What happens after an online banking scandal?

Over the last week, several online banking data center scandals have emerged from Wells Fargo on. What happens to the marketplace in the aftermath of these events? How do we prepare better contingencies to prevent these from happening at the same level in the future? The latest.

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What is the ROI on merging 5G with automation customization?

Some companies in industrial automation have already opted to merge 5G with custom ops when it releases later this year/early next year. What is the actual expected ROI on this? Should you invest? The latest.

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Impact of Chinese/US Trade Relations on Industrial Robotics Production

Anticipating tense relations in trade between the US and China, Japanese robotics manufacturer Fanuc has forecasted a 24% drop in earnings for this following year. What is the true story with Chinese/US trade relations in regards to industrial automation and the robotics niche specifics? What does your company need to do to prepare for the global impact of these implications? The latest.

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Trouble at the WTO: What it means for industrial automation

This just in from Taipei Times. How will the recent envoy sparring at the WTO further impact the industrial automation process in industries such as agriculture and transportation? What is the real story in Beijing, Washington, and collaborating neighbors? What does this mean for your business? The latest.

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How IPR crackdown effects industrial automation

A follow up to the other pitches detailed here, how would Intellectual Property Right crackdown with unilateral methodology effect industrial automation across regions and industries? This report will look into the real story and the backlash coming from delicate WTO politics right now. How will your business need to prepare for the potential crop up issues as multiple countries join the argument? The latest.

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Shadow IT and IaaS: Can you see me?

This report explains what Shadow IT is in regards to IaaS and why it is attracting recent professional interest. How much visibility do we need in IT and how can we better prepare contingencies in IaaS models so that all parties are protected and represented. The latest.

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Benefits of VMware for all size operations.

Recent news puts VMware as a more realistic source for all size business models. Find out what the full benefits are for your business. The latest.

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The JEDI contract: Who will take the belt?

Who will be awarded the JEDI contract from the DoD? What will that mean for data defense industry in general? The latest take on the impact of this event. The trickle effect it will have on the Cloud industry.

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Rumors of Wars: How Cloud and Trade Wars Effect Innovation

This post will follow the impact that WTO disputes and the JEDI contract disputes will both inevitably have on Cloud as an industry. Why it is important to know the stakes and to know how to smartly navigate the waters around them. The latest.

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Achieving education equality

How can you advance your education regardless of age, social or financial status? RoundPier has the solution. This post explains what you can do right now to get a better grip on your educational future.

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SMAC in the time of trade war: Your solutions

This post will give the reader full disclosure on how trade tensions building in cloud, data and innovation are impacting the SMAC level of business operations. This is what they need to know to keep their edge in an increasingly complex game. Puts BlueCloud as the authority

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Fintech and Trade Tensions: Effects and Solutions

This post puts Cardknox as the primary authority on API documentation and fintech in the time where fintech and other innovative technology are racing each other for the belt. The latest.

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Quant and alternative data: Moving forward together

This breaking broadcast from Bloomberg has compared how quantitative analysis in financial strategy married with alternative data analysis. The volatility forecast is being impacted seriously by risk management teams considering this interactivity. What does this experimentation mean for a data analysis companies looking for new marketplaces? The latest.

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Securing your vehicle against cyber attack

These are the steps that you need to take to keep your car completely free from cyber attacks as these become increasingly more powerful and possible. The latest.

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Preventing cyberattacks from damaging labs

This report will detail how cyber attacks around the world have caused shutdowns or explosions in various plants and power grids related to industry and life sciences. What steps must labs specifically take to keep their systems online and secure against cyberthreat? The latest.

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Data in the quant market

Recent world breaks for quant data in modern hedge-funding lead us to explore the gathering potential of quant and how it applies to our marketplace. How can your data research deliver faster quant results? What do you need to know to really make breakthroughs in the quant market? The latest.

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For the underdog: In the name of small business

Why small businesses are transformative to our communities and how we can invest more in them. The latest.

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Right Solution: Right Time

A lead generation piece focusing on how Pomiet can improve the speed of workflow solutions without sacrificing any of the quality of pain-staking service.

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Safety compliance for mobile labs

As we become more diversified through our innovations, we may need to update our safety procedures for unconventional lab settings. With this recent news break about a "flying" lab, one might think it's time to address lab mobility and the unique safety concerns for moving a testing site.

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SOC at the speed of the industry

This post explains why acting on developing an SOC is a crucial aspect of business in tech now. The latest news on SOC development.

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Trade Tension Effect: Making Smart Choices

The true story behind the mechanics of the brewing trade tensions in the Sino-American marketplace and elsewhere. What's really going on with the WTO?How does this affect the marketplace for fintech that analyzes risk specifically? The latest breaking.

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What trade relations mean for entrepreneurship

This story will cover all the particulars of the recent trade tension wind up and what it will mean for up and comers in the entrepreneur scene. Everything you need to know to make smart choices in a marketplace that is continuously more complex. The latest.

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Why a student-peer network matters

This post explains the heart of RoundPier's core purpose. Why networking between students and peers is imperative.

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Vlog Script: "Cinematic Dialogue Secrets For Capturing Your Vlog Audience"

Video use is escalating in search engine popularity. It holds such a high spot on ranking position now, we have to add the flare of the cinema to fully capture our audience. Still, are we moving beyond "talking points" in our video content and vlogs or are our scripts bland? What are some dialogue secrets from the silver screen that can tell our story without having to oversell our story?Ways to capture audience attention that sell the content for its own value and bring consumers back.

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How trade tensions will affect government accounts

This post will explain how current trade tensions may impact the accounts a given business has based on government accounts. The latest.

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Emails and Customer Experience: Closing the Gap

How to make emails continuously more personalized to close the gap between emails and customer experience. The latest method reports.

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Wednesday Glimpse: Political effect and changes to chemical compliance

The latest breaking (as of Wed. 5-2-18) of political complications to chemical EHS compliance. What your team needs to do to be prepared.

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Seed Financing 2018

This post will give the full scoop on current seed financing success and what an investor needs to know to get along well with these endeavors. The latest.

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Seed funds for good causes

This post will be a guide for seed fund seeking when you are looking to create a good cause nonprofit or thinktank. The latest.

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Marketing toward decentralized markets

With growing economic trends in decentralization, how can you build your capacity to reach open markets and better drive organic traffic in a situation that feels a bit chaotic as of now? The latest.

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Matching security speed with threat speed

This post will focus on the latest trends in security speed and ransomware speed. How racing against the odds gives you a better competitive edge. This post will detail how Atera takes the belt in innovation against threats and what businesses need to know about what these strengths do for them.

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Fast just got 6x faster

This post will focus on Wasabi's speed advantages and why this makes this brand the go-to solution over big-name competitors. Breaks down all the advantages of this much real speed. This post is for an off-site lead generation.

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Industrial IoT Latest: Offline onboard and more

In this Wednesday evening briefing, we follow up a recent report which discusses how to apply data sciences to outdated work equipment for the perks of IoT in industry. The ink is still seeping on this story. More on this.

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Script on a Scroll: Get creative

You need more social media posts to boost traffic to your sites and game streaming telecasts. This is the post that explains how to script ahead of time to have rolling scripts for back to back videos that can be recorded and edited all as one long video script and broken up into smaller segments to be released at different times. The latest.

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Extended labs: new prospects for the forensics marketplace

The source link was less than 30 minutes old when discovered. Sourcing this bleeding ink hot of presses report, what are the latest expansions and opportunities for the forensics tech market? What do new data labs mean for the business? The latest.

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Emerging market opportunities for data retrieval

This post would be a lead generation creating post that would bring attention to the marketable usefulness of faster data retrieval applications. It would bring the reader back to Wasabi's sites and social handles with hard facts about what Wasabi does and why Wasabi does it better. The latest.

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Up 750: What these cloud/AI stocks means for your endgame

With this bombshell report that these data storage stocks are up 750% and counting, now is the time to see where your endgame factors into all of this. Keep your competitive edge in a market that is busting out the seams like this. With Wasabi you can be sure to do better than all the others and race against the crowd. Focus on the 6x speeds beyond comparable Amazon product.

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Staying relevant in a saturated market space

There are more than enough issues with current content strategies. With marketplaces like automation being saturated by the press in growth, it can be a challenge to know how you should stay relevant with the times. This post will source the hot minute trends as they come in and challenge the piece's user to find something that is relevant but also focuses on the brand itself as a cell unto its own. The latest.

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End of Cambridge Analytica: What it means for ORM

Wednesday briefing: Cambridge Analytica is a figure of history after the Facebook scandal. What the negative legacy of this analysis company means for the future of integrity online.

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Failure to Launch: Education Fails the Fortune 1000 Seekers

How education specifically fails those entrepreneurs who are contending for a spot on the list of top 1000 grossing small business operations.

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Innovating strategic relationships

This post will explain why strategic relationships are so important to early grassroots efforts. What innovations you can implement to fast-track and maximize these outreach processes. The latest.

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Preventing martech swamp

This post will explain how to keep your martech plan from being swamped and snuffed in a saturated marketplace. How to retain the integrity of your customers and the plan. The latest.

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Breaking away from mega-marketing

Why the big business marketing trends are wrong for small to mid-sized operations. Here's the Boondock Walker solution to give you a unique edge in a world of blurring lines. The latest.

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Time and Project Management for Remote Employees

This post details the work and life balance of remote-based employees. How you can maintain tight deadlines while also promoting work flexibility. The latest.

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Will New Developments Ease High Rent Costs?

Will the recent development plans bring reduced costs to London housing? We cover the most recent news on London property values and evading the high rising costs that are dampening sales.

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Loopholes for US/China Trade War Impact on Smartphone Manufacturing Costs

Follow up to CEO Biju Nair's article about US/China Trade War. Say that the trade war could heavily impact the cost of manufacturing, recycling, and packaging smartphones. How can you negotiate around these costs for better cost reduction? The full report.

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Adding critical edge to user integrity

This post will explain the complex situations where end-user integrity is a matter of severe security crisis or safety. Why we must give user-integrity a more critical edge and how. The latest.

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Cue 802.11ax and the future of WiFi

Follow up to the WiFi demand article from earlier. The scoop on faster, better WiFi for the coming months and years. The latest.

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What Sino-American Trade Tensions Means for RFID market

What a difficult trade scene will mean for RFID production between companies in Shenzhen/Silicon Valley or other contenders of the Chinese/American tech race.What the latest means for your RFID production in the marketplace. What opportunities could exist for you in the wake of all this fear mongering? The latest.

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Cloud migration market bubble: Avoiding a Dot-Com repeat

This post will explain the expected scale of growth in your cloud migration business. With the market rising on the scale of the enclosed link, how can your brand build in staying power to avoid a dot-com bubble bust? Blue Cloud has solutions that will keep your brand relevant and evergreen.

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Taking on the big times in real time

This post explains the angle of Wasabi taking on Amazon in real time.

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Outpacing the Intelligent Cloud

As Microsoft announces the dawn of the Intelligent Cloud age, we prepare for the race. Speed and performance are everything in this game. Here is how we pace the speed and efficiency of intelligent cloud innovations.

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Invasive Tech: Innovating better software ethics

With this recent Economic Times post from the Indian publication, we see a change and shift in employer software. This post will explain the ethics of software in companies in private life, etc. How can software companies innovate better software ethics built into the apps so that they can't be exploited easily from either end? The latest.

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Capax Data: Amplifying the speed of growth

How can we improve our growth strategies in a market saturated with growth strategies? We need to be faster and better than the influx competition. Here is the latest in data and WiFi opportunities to make this possible.

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Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan: What behemoth coalitions mean for the market

This post will explain the impact that the big three companies in the title merging on a health care coalition would mean for your market position. How to keep your competitive edge in this market swamping.

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Keeping your edge in the time of healthcare coalitions

This post will explain how independent providers can stay on top of their game even as healthcare coalitions become more prominent.

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Tips for Implementing Smart Home Adjustments

Should you really add IoT appliances in your home? This post explains the best products for improving your smart home. Installment hacks for the longest life of these products, best placement, etc.

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Enter Hawaii Summer 2018: How the natural disasters effect holiday travel

The disasters in Hawaii have left a fast-moving impact on the tourist mecca. What will this mean for the summer travel season? This post will explore all the need-to-know of Hawaii summer 2018

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Data Wars: US/UK data laws and Cambridge Analytica controversy

This post will explain the situation with Cambridge Analytica at this interval. How a US professor went through the UK's laws to get back his information in a satisfactory way. Is this sanctioned by international treatise agreements? Will this cause controversy? What does your brand need to prepare for as these disputes change regulations? The latest.

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Data Demands: The US Voter/UK Controversy's Potential Impact

This post will disclose all known information on the Cambridge Analytica continued controversy and how the US voter's data has been demanded by a UK investigation agency. What will this mean for international data laws in the future? The latest you need to know.

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Universal impact of data use failure

This post addresses the continued crisis surrounding Cambridge Analytica and Facebook. What these issues will mean for global data exchange, trade tensions and how you can prepare for the impact to keep from suffering potential setbacks.

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Data integrity the key to foreign trade relations

Why it is imperative to improve our data integrity issues based on the fallout from the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal. The latest.

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Impact Data 2018: Why integrity matters more than ever

With recent data scandals rocking the world, it's time to pay attention to consumer data use. What are the expected consequences of data scandals? How can we prepare for them? What companies will you be able to trust in the coming days? The latest. 1

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Data International: Changing perspective of data rights

This post explains the recent updates in the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal. What is changing in the world surrounding data rights? What brands will advocate you in the wake of an achingly confused consumerism?With Safewhere, you can stay informed and safe. The latest.

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The Politics of Data: What B2B needs to know

This post explains the political aspects surrounding data use rights. Now its time for data companies to stay informed, to inform, and to keep their consumers safe from foreign and domestic data threat as well as serving their cloud needs. The latest.

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Epicenter: Data issues that affect everything

This explores the recent data crises on the major corporate scale and how it affects the privacy of all industries. What can Avalon do to protect consumer privacy? The latest.

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Business Intelligence and GDPR: Avoiding casualties

With technology, breaches can come from innovation accidents. That is why we as analysts and developers need to be prepared for the possible failures with machine learning in GDPR rules. In other news, training machines in information ethics. The latest.

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GDPR and trade tensions: How it impacts your business

There have been recent disputes and trade tensions surrounding the introduction of GDPR and other trade tensions. Now it's time to review how it will impact your business and your audience. How you can stay ahead of the learning curve with these new regulations. The latest.

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Reacting to GDPR related tensions

This post explains some tensions that already exist before GDPR's ink is dry. This will disclose the tensions created internationally by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. How to brands in the mid-sized business scape react to data failures of the global scale? How do you prepare for the fall-out? The latest.

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Changing perspectives of network security

What does network security mean the time of data misuse and network breaches (Cambridge Analytica, Wannacry, etc.)This is the post that will define and explain the changing perspectives of network security. How you can master it.

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Everything you need to know about today's data integrity

This post will explain every trending topic around data scandals. How you can protect your data in similar situations. Also, how to protect your costumers' data.

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Demand and Supply: Marketing more with less

This post will explain the revelation that US marketers may actually have more demand for marketing than they do supply. How can you close the gap between those two non-apparent ratios? The latest.

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The Very Unagency Party: What it means for your brand

This is what we mean by unagency. Join the party. With this post, we will be using the article to get lead generation for Boondock Walker.

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Marketing specialists deficits require more innovative creators

With recent reports that the market is lacking in marketing professionals, now is the time for creators to become more innovative. This report cites the ways that you can do far more with far less.

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Building Forward: What this years developer focus means for the world

The reference post was 1 minute old when it was found. With Microsoft Build Livestream beginning tomorrow, soon we will know the developer focus of this year in big market and what it means for the mid-sized market. Keeping an eye on the changes it makes for the world of 2018+.

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The Buyer's Choice for Boating Tools 2018

This post details the complete consumer guide for 2018 boating tools. The latest.

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Natural Disasters and Home Buying: The Everything Guide

This post will guide first-time buyers in everything they need to know about natural disasters taking place right in the middle of their home buying process.

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Everything you need to know about home buying and natural disasters

This post will explain how natural disasters affect the housing market right where you want to buy. What to do when disaster strikes. The latest.

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The Cry of New Mexico: Drones and Extreme Criminal Prevention

As we reexamine the story of the New Mexican radical complex, what could have been done to prevent the casualties? This report has an in-depth look at what went wrong with the extraction that caused the one child to die. This shows how drone solutions could have prevented this extremism before it even materialized on public radar.

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Apps for non-Apple, non-Samsung smartphones

This post is the everything guide for web developers about non-Apple, non-Samsung smartphone apps and how to target these other brands to maximize ROI. The latest.

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Specialty Ingredients and the Hawaiian Crisis

This post will explain what the current crisis in Hawaii will do to affect the specialty ingredients marketplace. The latest.

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Deficit in Marketing Specialists: Doing more with less

A recent survey has found that America is severely lacking in marketing specialists despite the growing popularity and power of marketing creativity. Here's how doing more with less can be made to happen and why your company needs outlying talent for staying power. The latest.

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Embers: Why brands die and how yours can be immortal

This post will explain the evolving nature of brands. How to gain brand immortality? This post explains the best theories of doing exactly that. The latest.

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The Perks of Real-Time Marketing

Now with 80% of American businesses finding profit in the real-time marketing scene, we find the reported marketing professional deficit staggering. Here's how we can use real-time marketing to empower the few and proud marketing professionals available for maximum ROI. The latest.

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True Changes in SEO Scene: What it means for your content

This post explains what the significant changes in SEO are for this year. What will it mean for your content in the latter months of this year? The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: What it says for marketing

This post will be a briefing of all marketing-relevant reports that come out of this years Google I/O. What we know so far and what we will know once the reviews start coming in. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: The follow-up

This post is a follow up from the Extreme Networks perspective of the search engine giant's update. This is what it will mean for Extreme Networks business in the same circles as Google. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: What it means for your business

This post will follow up to this year's Google conference. What it will mean for customers of Kaloom as Kaloom's dealings in the same circles will advance and overtake some of the tech updates mentioned. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Reaction and Progress

This post is covering the tech updates from this year's Google conference. What it means for Databox customers. How Databox is advancing in these fields and even beyond. What perks it will bring to customers looking for better solutions to their current tech issues. The latest.

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Google I/O reaction: AR developments, usability, and more

This is a live reaction to Google I/O's newest session. What Radial Path can contribute to these updates-What it means for your business developments.The real usability and getting ahead with voice over assistants, etc. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Robo Call Reaction

Google I/O session live now. Natural AI calling conversation. What it means for robotics. What 2018 will be like near the end of the year as these insights build more on our developments. What Jibo can weigh in that is above and beyond. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Robo Call Apps, Ethics, etc.

This is a live reaction to Google I/O. AI calls. What this means for development in the business sphere. Calling apps convenience and ethics.What Raizlabs brings to consumers than no other brand yet has. What this means for your competitive edge. Third party involvement. The latest.

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Google I/O Reactions: Ethics of robo app calls, time management, etc.

This post is a live reaction to the 2pm session of this years Google I/O conference. Calling apps, ethics of these, time management of advanced apps, hardware upgrades or lack, etc. What Virtualmind can bring to the table that no other third party has yet touched on. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Assistants, ethics, developments in data etc.

This is a live reaction to Google I/O 2018's 2pm session. What changing assistant learning means for both ethics and advancements. What unifies these applications and what third parties can build on that Google as a corporate giant is overlooking. TatvaSoft's edge on these developments. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Android, keynotes, actions etc.

This is a reaction to 2:13 pm mark of Google I/0. What this means for Android, apps, and the keynotes hit at this point in the conference. What will be available for web devs in the wake of this conference. What test professionals should prepare for as we make our way into summer 2018. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Android, watches, demos, etc

This is the 2:16 pm coverage of the keynote on Google I/O for this year. What it means for web devs. We've got watches, Android TV, demo. Many things not mentioned in the keynote. WhatPersonics can weigh in to these recent developments that no one yet has touched on. What these developments mean for tech consumers as they build on their own professional updating. The latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Privacy updates for home assistants

This is the take away for the 2:19-2:20 mark of I/O's live stream. What are the privacy concerns of the bleeding edge breaking assistant apps and their data use? Keeping ahead of AI/AR integrations, features, privacy, testing, and the latest.

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Google I/O 2018: Ethics of assistants, now and later

This post is the live reaction to the 2:21 pm mark of the Google I/O conference for this year's show. What are the ethics concerns of AI assistants? What is available now and what is coming in the next few weeks? What can Rawdata weigh in to the concerns that no one else can touch on? Solid data protection.Realtime relevance. Rawdata.

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Crying Roof: When is it time to call the professionals?

Your roof has sprung a leak and you can't console it. Lucky for you, there are people who can get that job done without the teeth pulling. Here's the latest in identifying when the problems too big for your tools and how to get them fixed.

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Info Wars: Why your brand should stay neutral

This post explains the nature of modern press and how it reflects on brands. Why your brand should stay neutral and informative in an age of social mudslinging. The latest.

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Disaster Insurance: What are your local options?

In a time when natural disasters are becoming more prevalent, what are the options?With volcanic activity, earthquake spikes, floods, hurricanes and more coloring the headlines, this is the professional opinion on your disaster relief options.

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The Ethics of Accessibility

Follow up to your requested assignment. This post explains the changing digital marketplace and how the ethics behind this accessibility science are hand and glove testament to its eventual effectuality.

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The future of net neutrality

This post explains what all is going on with the net neutrality bill. What will the decision mean for the future of company transparency, privacy laws, and content strategy? The latest.

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The End of ZTE: A lesson in telecom ethics

What is the story behind the ZTE operations suspension and product ban? How will this change the way companies look at telecom provider relations across the business platform? B2B lead generation.

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Tariff Effect on Bulk Loads

How will tariff disputes around the world effect bulk loads? This post will break that down along with the way these loads are transported. What packaging and hauling cargo procedures need to change to save money in the face of international problems.

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Synthetic Data: The future of workshops

Follow up to this post by TechCrunch. What synthetic data means for marketplaces. How you can utilize it to whet the edge of your competitive game.

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Contingency Plan: Healthcare meets blockchain with security in mind

The latest report on how healthcare with security in mind can be benefited by blockchain technology. The bleeding edge of report, no more than one day old for source links.

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Tips for scripting like the news broadcast

This post explains why content in the modern internet is a form of journalism of its own (should Google News have its way). For that reason, your brand may now need to know how to script like the newscast but with more style backing it. The latest.

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Promoting Real Estate Post Natural Disaster

Follow up to the Hawaiian volcanic crisis, bringing awareness to the difficult real estate market in the months and years after a natural disaster. How to overcome challenges to form strong client relationships. Universal Promote's authority on the subject.

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Industries transformed by blockchain

These are the industries that are being completely transformed by blockchain. Learn what it means for your brand. The latest.

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After Google I/O: Bringing on the big guns

This post explores the big gun changes and empowerment recently revealed tech brings to dev ops teams working on better marketing. The latest.

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Overcoming extension crisis: Your brand your browser

This post explores the Ars Technic follow-ups on Google Chrome extension infections. How the search engine's merge into an OS will affect your marketing strategy in the long run. How your brands can protect against two-way extension failures. The latest.

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China's Great Digital Wall: Sino-American Digital Sales

This post will explore the trade issues we have in ecommerce with China because of the digital wall protocols. How will this affect digital trade in the wake of recent Sino-American trade tensions? The latest.

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The Data Rules of Engagement

Sparking new controversy, Wall Street Journal recently released a post on data rights and why you should not use a service if you won't agree to them. Still, have the lines become blurred in what is or is not the acceptable use of data? Is it time a code of conduct be drafted that goes beyond the GDPR?

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ZTE and the Sino-China Factors in Telecom Market

This post explains what happened with the recent ZTE suspension and US/Sino ZTE company export band. With many major hardware tech sources being manufactured in the Chinese city of Shenzhen now third-party sellers need to keep an eye on markets. How will these continued tense relations affect the telecom market? For how long? What do you need to do to prepare for the fallout? The latest.

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ZTE Effect: What tensions in hardware mean for telecom markets

ZTE was a Chinese superpower in telephony hardware products.The export ban imposed by the US after a flagging trade violation may have led to the total collapse of this massive firm. In the wake of this issue, what will become of American/Chinese trade relations? What is the ripple effect and what does this mean for telecom markets in the international sphere around the world? What you need to know before investing, how to protect your firm in this moment. The latest.

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ZTE Effect: The industrial market in the time of export bans

This post reflects on the recent export ban issues that resulted in the interruption of Chinese telephony hardware company ZTE's total operation failure. What do tense trade relations mean for industrial marketing across various fields? This post will go into detail about the real story behind the political smoke screen.

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ZTE Ripple Effects: The Chinese American trade conflict continued

This post would act as a lead generation piece for Cross River Fiber. It would explain what the ZTE firm operations cessation means for hardware in telecom in general. What is the true story beneath the political smoke screens and media biases? What can you do to protect WAN operations in a varied marketplace as trade bans change the policy relation scenes? This post covers all of that and more domino results of this growing issue.

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Regards to Shenzhen: US/Chinese Trade Relations Market Impact

There was recent operations failure for ZTE, a major Chinese tech hardware manufacturer in Shenzhen. In light of this, what will the impact of US/Chinese trade relations have upon the rest of the world? What does this mean for your marketing schemes? This story is lead generation for Austin Lawrence Group and seeks to give the most direct version of the story void of the politic smoke screen.

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The Human Invention: Ethics of DNA Data Science

This post explores the recent debate on DNA data services and data science's direct influence on the human experience. What is the story here? How will changing laws affect company need for data innovation in the humanitarian sector? With Synergo, your clients can have some ethics reassurance directly from the horse's mouth. This will act as a lead generation driver and information leader.

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Rapid data goals in the time of technocrats

This post will focus carefully on the complex tech industry trade relations of recent headlines. Enter a lead generation post on Wasabi's unique technology. How marketplaces struggling with the technocratic red tape can excel and achieve greater things with Wasabi on hand. More of an off-site post could be changed to work for your blog. The Chinese trade regulations on US cloud tech have sparked some controversy points. How Wasabi balances the demand with rapid speed in the technocratic vacuum.

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WTO Tight Rope Walk: Investing in today's trade scene

This post will explain the extremely complex collateral effect the Sino-American trade tensions can have on investments in all sectors. What this means for modern investment portfolios. A lead generation driver for TKO Miller as an authority.

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ZTE Effect: The impact of trade tension on telecommunications

This post will explore what happened with ZTE. How will the collateral effects trickle down to independent telecommunications brands? This is the latest report on all things WTO and telecom. How to protect your brand from trade tension consequences.

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ZTE in Retrospect: What we can learn from the crisis

ZTE now claims errors and not lies were the reason for its trade compliance failure. Should this have been the case, what does that mean for the future of telecommunications business with regards to compliance? This article gives RCN a lead generation driving article that sets you up as the ultimate authority on prepping against marketplace crises.

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Advocacy : Trade tensions demand brand ambassadors

Follows up with the Sino-American trade relation angle. Lead generation post to show C-levels why brand advocates are absolutely essential in a time when trade tensions are so high.

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Mastering video in the age of growing apps

This post will explore how much video apps are changing and what needs to be done to conduct said orchestra. The latest.

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B2B in the time of concessions

What will the recent US export ban into China and then the administrative concession toward ZTE mean for B2B all around the world? This post explores a changing trade scene. With digitalization, the borders between nations and their traders are closing. The latest. A lead generation post for Crowdvocate's unique approach to B2B.

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Trade tensions: The domino effects and how to avoid them

This post will take the non-political angle toward explaining trade tensions between major economies like the Sino-American trade conflict. Following up from there, this post explains what sort of domino change this sets off. Why it matters to your brand. How to use political neutral marketing logic to ease these tensions as much as is privately possible. The latest.

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US Sanctions: Troubleshooting telecom against modern trade policy

This post explains the backlash in the public sector after the US sanctions following the end of the Iran deal. The most recent dispute was ceased operations at ZTE, a major Chinese electronics/telecom network manufacturer. This issue led to major job losses in China as well as the US. The current administration has discussed sanctions against Euro countries on the same ground as ZTE. What does this mean for your market presence? How can you maintain balance in a time of trade policy conflict?

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World on Fire: Trade tension, innovation, and how you prevail

This post will explain trade issues and sanctions of now. How they affect the world of innovation. What your brand needs to do to find some stability in the middle of these changing, conflicting times.

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Finding your balance in a complex telecom scene

This post is a follow up to the recent trade tensions with China and the US and how these have eased off some within the last 48 hours or so. Maintaining a balance in an ever more complex industry can be a challenge. This is the lead generation post for XKL's methods of stability in every season. How customer integrity, investments, and human service is the XKL priority.

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In Defense of Patient Drugs: Blockchain Changes Management

This post will focus intensely on drug management with blockchain. How is this technology assisting patients in the medicine selection, prescription and payment process? The latest.

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The 3D AI Effect:What fast auto programming means for your brand

This post will explore the critical marketability prospects of fast auto programming with the recently announced 3_D AI. The latest.

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Table Scraps: What Apple's throwaway data center tells us

This post follows Apple's scrapping of a 1bn dollar data center plan. What is the story here? What message does this send data consumers about data centers? What do you need to know to protect your data investments and maximize your data consumption even in the wake of major corporation disputes? This is a lead generation post focused on making a glowing recommendation for the mid-sized firm like BedRock.

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The Facebook Saga: Learning from the giant's mistakes

This post will go into detail about the saga of Facebook's many news appearances with marketers and consumers complaints alike. How to avoid these mistakes yourself. The latest.

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Xerox/Fuji Deal Collapse: The Big Picture now smaller

This post will explain what the Xerox-Fuji merger collapse really tells us about the big business of digital and physical print/documentation. This post is a lead driver for Avalon. It shows how the big picture is better developed when its handled through smaller business venues. The latest.

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Racing With Giants: Major search engine optimization

This post will focus on the major optimization changes for this year in Google and Bing. (Google I/O and Microsoft Build 2018 follow-ups). What lessons your brand needs in all the pro optimizations for this year. How Five Channels can take you to the "giant search engine" level, faster and with greater impact than your competition. The latest.

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The Apple Dilemma: What it means for data centers

The recent cancelation of a 1bn dollar data center project in Austalia raises some eyebrows. What does this toss-away say about the future of data centers and their relevance? This post will explore the importance of third party and private data services in a time when big corporations are not following through with big promises.

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The Disappearing Apple Data Center

This post explains how the 1bn dollar data center project for Apple in Australia went down. What this means for data centers in the future. What this means for data center tech and third-party providers. The latest to enforce consumer trust in Stratoscale.

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Apple Data Center: Done before it started

This post covers the canceled Apple data center project there in Australia. What that means for data centers and third-party data providers in Australia. Told from the TatvaSoft point of view to strengthen consumer trust.

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Export bans and mobile recycling:A connection?

As some exports are banned from the US, what will this mean for the recycling process? This post will follow up all the need-to-know surrounding this issue and how Hyla customers can stay ahead in the game.

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Can data transparency drive leads?

This post explains the innovation drive that California's data transparency sparks. How can a better transparency plan make for better leads? This post goes into the latest trends and theories.

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The power of the voice-over assistant

This post follows the angle of the recent Google I/O talks on voice over assistants. This is their power. Their capacity. Their staying power.Potential yet untapped.A lead generation post created to solidify the brand strength of ReadSpeaker

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Relevancy Precision Multiplies Conversion Rates

How do we optimize our sites for the user experience to push conversion rates steadily upward? This post focuses on relevancy precision hacks to drive your site relevancy to get conversion. The latest.

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Cost Reduction: Choosing the service that makes sense

This post focuses on ways software consumers can reduce costs by selecting targeted service. It starts from the same place TechTarget's coverage does, but it expands to all forms of recent software/data cost reduction, making it a daily process and not just a one-time focus. The latest.

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Clean House: Information integrity crackdown and your community

This post will carefully explore what the crackdown on information integrity on the Federal level (example, GDPR, Facebook app/profile deletion, etc). What that means for community end users of health care technology.

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HIV Elimination in Impoverished America: Reaching out of bounds

This post will explore how the UCHAPS setup can impact communities out of the bounds of well-adjusted health care. These financially decimated communities are the exact kind the system has dependent on Federally organized health care and yet they are also the same setups that are bleeding their funds. This post explores the politically neutral position on how peer influence can redirect this sieve problem. The latest.

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Love in the time of internet security

This post (yes the title was borrowed from Love in the Time of Cholera) will add a note to Heyberie about safety on and offline. How to identify who is a real match and who is a potential site hack. The Heyberie pledge to keep its users safe on both ends.

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How to handle the difficult mother/daughter relationship

Some of you are best friends with your mother. Some of you have a difficult relationship with her. How to be strong in your own character even when you have trouble loving your mother in the middle of all her problems.

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Stellar Email Marketing in a time of internet uncertainty

This post explores how you can email market in a time when digital marketers are at a ratio deficit, when email marketing is being upstaged by flashy fad martech, and when internet security suspicions are at an all time high. The Enchant perspective of things like the Facebook clean house and how you will be perfected by Enchant.

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IT and Trade Tensions: Decisions Based on Trust-Generation

This post explains how IT breaches and data security in the public sector has contributed to recent trade tensions world wide. This post is lead generation. It will show how iCorps can help the consumer make IT choices based on generating valid trust in brands and reaching out with a sense of security in markets conflicted by the times. Follow up to the April 16th blog post, but with a broader spectrum use mentality.

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Revolutionizing a Post-GDPR Social Media

This story will explain the current status of things like the Facebook Clean up and how GDPR will impact social media. From this angle, we will explain how Moda Partners revolutionizes the use and effectiveness of social media even while staying compliant will all the new regulation standards. The latest.

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Symphony of Martech: Keeping your strategy in sync

This post explains the new balancing act that all CMOs face.In pursuit of honest and effective martech. This post sticks with the angle that Atreo in the consumer source for this news.

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Power of The People: Amplifying your leads

This post explains the true power of a carefully assembled dream team for your staff. All of the different PR situations that carefully calculated lead stacking provides. The latest. Makes LeadStack the information leader for this topic.

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Thriving Content in a Saturated Marketplace

Content marketing is underperforming in the marketplace. This story focuses on how to overcome that standard lax. Identifying it. Course correcting from the bulletin point. The latest.

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Clueless Care: Improving the Health Care Reputation Confusion

This post explains why so many health care providers are in the dark about online reputation management. How does this reflect on your health care corporation reputation metrics?

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Start the presses: The importance of hard copy in a digital world

This post makes the case for Blue Frog's printing services even in this digital age. The latest.

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CRO 1-0-1: The value and balance in people data analytics

This is the official report on contemporary conversion rate optimization. This post explains what it is to a more general audience. It then goes on to explain how it works in a way that is transparent. Finally, it focuses on the core value of CRO analytics when weighed on a fulcrum that keeps a balance with privacy. The latest.

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Stephanie Roulic Request: Former Assignment Pay Stub

Hello, Tim. I do apologize for the incident with this.I should probably have been able to see there was a problem on my end much earlier, but I'm still getting used to this platform myself. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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Now and Later: Avoiding problems in the entire sales arch

This post will focus on the pre-sale and post sales problems of 2018. How changing marketplaces complicate these issues that we thought we'd already mastered. What you can do now to amend the later affects of a deal going sour. The latest.

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Sales for all Seasons: Navigating the merger boom

This post highlights the largest mergers in recent American history. The conditions around these deals. Those that fell through. What this means for the selling service in the midst of a market that is growing together like vines. Key points: 1. Selling as a service in complex collateral markets (see Toys R Us reference).2. Selling as a service in tense markets (see Qualcom-NXP). 3. Selling around merger flops (see Fujifilm/Xerox). Highlights talking points with your blog's direct reference.

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The best of marine product haggling

This makes the case for why a "what would you pay" system is ideal in the marine gear buying sector. Comparing our prices to what you'd pay through a chain supplier or at the general port authority. This is the latest and basic how-to for going big with Lighthouse.

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Knowing You Better: Personalized clients mean personalized CX

At Blue Frog, we believe in the power of a personal connection. And no, we're not just talking about the final receivers of your digital marketing campaign. For best results, we get to know you. This article shows the results in real time of making this personal relationship with your digital agency really work for your brand.

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Extra, Extra: AI Google News on iOS

This post explains what a step that Google News AI edition is for iOS. What will this mean for developers that also want to create engaging real time content? Can we now rival the big time press? The latest.

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Pleading the 5th: The Senate motions to save net neutrality

This post will explain why the Senate has moved to save net neutrality. What this mindset means for the marketplace, whether or not this motion survives the House. It will also explain what this will mean for data consumers and agencies alike as we keep an eye on outcomes. Keeping the communication open to restore brand integrity and consumer conscious. Lead generation for Bedrock as a trustworthy brand and an industry information leader.

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Power of Pace: Talking Content

With text-to-speech, is it more effective to script your content? This post explores methods of doing that to make your content more story effective. How to captivate an audience with a cinematic dialogue quality. The latest.

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Sanctions and Concessions: keeping your balance on the teeter totter

This is a follow up to recent news about the US federal cabinet taking sanctions against Chinese telecom/phone maker ZTE. The recent breaking news shows that the US presidents intends concessions to restore ZTE after the export ban temporarily ceased all forward operations. What do sanctions, concessions, and other complex elements of trade tensions mean for third-party telecom/network providers? How do you navigate a steady balance in the middle of trade confusion? This post gives you the story

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The Power of Stories: Interactive ads

This is how you win your crowd over. Not just with pictures and product descriptions. This is how you build story out of advertisements. So that it means something. The Wowsome way.

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Secrets of constant creative flow

This post will explain how to keep your content creative bank constantly replenished. A how-to manual for ideas and using them in a way that they stay relevant to your brand even if you had them months ago. The latest.

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Why Cloud Speed Dictates World Change

This post is lead generation to Wasabi. It will source a few relevant examples from the world news on how Cloud effects progress in the public sector. Take the example of LBBD in England. We also look at some negative examples of how slow Cloud slowed down important progress. Why Wasabi's speed can match the real world progress and amplify it. Why you need Wasabi to change the world.

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Enter Google News: How much press goes into your marketing?

This post will explore the new Google News app or iOS and what that means for digital marketers. How much "news" goes into your marketing online? With Google News now available, how much news should go into your digital campaigns? This post explores the AP style end of digital content. What you need to do to make news relevant content available to launch with this app and drive traffic to your brand.

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Content is News: What Google's app means for your strategy

This post explains that the content marketing mindset is still fresh as ever. Now with Google News app for iOS systems,content takes on the role of indie journalism. This is the Mission Drive take on what that means for your digital strategy. How to make your brand an information leader on all things your immediate operation field. The latest.

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Martech as a Marriage: Making the partnership work

This post explores the digital age of marketing. How your leads are hinged on your relationships. Prevent yourself from becoming too digitally diluted. Be technically advanced. Martech is like a marriage, a partnership that looks beyond all the flare (in a marriage, romance).This is how you balance that so that it gathers staying power in the press of regular marketing activity.

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Google News and ABM: Defining the power toward sales

This post explores the power of the newest Google News application for iOS. How can optimizing your Account Based Marketing content land you in the top cards of this app? Determine the drive this content will have on your sales leads. What steps should your brand take to become an information leader in all things brand relevant? This is the Winc Analytics guide to becoming a force of staying power in the digital media-now headlines are in your grasp.

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Trouble at First Light: Overcoming Early 5G Market Issues

The struggles surrounding 5G in this stage of the game are A-Z. The Siklu take on overcoming these issues in the marketplace now before they manifest as something more urgent. Positioning your brand as an evergreen powerhouse in saturated markets and complicated international telecom ties. The latest.

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Survival of venture capitalists for China trade 2018

This post explains the fears and concerns of venture capitalists in the American/China trade relationship of 2018. How to keep your competitive edge and be a survivalist in a time where trade is suppressed by political dogma. The latest.

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What Happens in the Yellow House: The Atreo Story

Sort of like a press release, this post explains how Atreo came to be, what its most recent big success project was, and why this will revolutionize your business model. Takes the journalism approach. Like a press release, but with more bite. Lead generation.

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Hunger in Hawaii: How to help post-volcanic victims

This post will explain how the volcanic disasters will impact Hawaii. How Healthy Food Movement subscribers can change the fallout. The latest.

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Reaching ATL ad engagement

How do you stay above the line in your advertising campaigns when most days you're struggling to just stay above water? This post explains practical tips (with references to Wowsome's potential assistance) to get your branding on as many channels as possible and also to be effective about it.

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IBM/Nutanix Collaboration: What it means for data science

This post explains the marketplace of data science and how it will be stimulated or not by the IBM/Nutanix collaboration. This post will highlight key opportunities for modern data science. It will then go on to explain why Synergo is your most logical partner resource for this mission.

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Hottest Job,Smoking Gun: Data scientists in demand

This post explores why data scientists are considered the hottest job in the United States right now. It also explores why so many in data science have been under fire in recent reports. How to keep the balance between hottest job candidate and the one in the smoking gun's firing line. The latest.

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Content marketing or newfound journalism?

This post explores the possibilities of Google News app. Why your content marketing may be newfound journalism under certain lights. How to treat it in that respect so that it makes you into an information leader of the times and also sells your products. The latest.

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Why quality is king in modern content marketing

This post explains that content marketing is being lost in market saturation. This is why you need to focus on delivering the information leading edge to every piece you pursue. The latest.

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Failure to Launch: Amplifying Content Impact

Why do so many content campaigns fail? This post focuses on the elements of a post that do not generate a strong enough angle. How to course correct a story angle to improve the content impact and launch the piece into the audience's general plane of thinking. The latest.

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Valuing Writers: Why the content creator matters as much as the content

This post explains why you should use a platform like nDash to source content. The fault in your content strategy's stars may come more from the focus on churning out content than it is from the content itself. What you need is a personal relationship with a writer. One who specializes in all things winning content. One who you can easily access all in one place-like nDash.

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Right Post, Wrong Time: The draw back of sporadic content

This post explains why content that is not carefully timed to match events is almost as bad as no content. How to time your posts so that they are relevant with other trending SEO and will push to the top of trending value lists.

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Heat of the Market: Data analyst job stats 2018

Data analyst is considered the hottest job by Bloomberg these days. What does this mean for your market opportunities? How can you build yourself and your team to a new level. Become a heavyweight contender in a market that's the landrush of 2018. The latest.

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The Email Effect: Brand Precision Comes From Campaigning

This explains exactly why an email campaign is a brand precision driver. How you can whet that edge to make your campaigns not only more effective but also impactful on the brand as the whole. The latest.

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Retail management post net neutrality

Exploring traditional online retail schemes that may not be successful after net neutrality. How to preserve your retail online to prevent any market dipping points. KiZAN is the information officer in chief when it comes to these talking points.

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Prepping your team for SEO to automation shifts

Explaining the impact that complete automation will have on SEO. How the traditional mode of internet is starting to dissolve. What you need to do to keep your brand relevant in a time where internet science is evolving at headache speeds.

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Appraising the value of security apps

The real value of security apps based on the performance of those that have failed and those that have been relatively successful. Targets the weakest links in the trending change. Focuses on what developers need to know to overcome like obstacles.

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Email Apps: To troubleshoot the trending column

Trending apps that are considered the best. How did the reviewers come to this conclusion?This post covers each app in the wake of recent email app encryption breaches. We explore those who may still need to be looked at critically based on recent events. Providing the customer with the clearest idea of what works and what is still a faulty system is a way to encourage their trust in Enchant.

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Colocation and the Cloud: A hand-in-glove scenario

Colocation and Cloud could work better as a corporate effort for data security. Testing this theory, how would it work in a marketable, real-time execution?In monetary terms, can this support your business or does it hamper the cost-reduction plan? The hand-in-glove scenario.

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Lost in Translation: Security vs. Mass Market Options

Security has faced seismic issues as of the Cambridge Analytica disaster. Exploring all the security pitfalls still present in trending mass market options. Directing users back to the relationship basis that is a relationship with an agency-like Cacao Media. Why human involvement is an imperative factor even as the marketplace gains conscious momentum with automation.

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Galactos Effect: Cosmology's Effect on User HPC

Following the Galactos Project, what a deeper understanding of real-time cosmology will mean for HPC applied science How you can be prepared to see these results translated into real-time application. The latest.

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Ultra-real: What breakthroughs in Cosmology mean for VR

Following the HPC that surrounds cosmology, we explore what these breakthroughs in user friendly data imaging will mean for virtual reality. What marketplace exists for HPC research and your corresponding branding?A look into opportunities you may not know are potential.

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Maintaining supply chain flow in natural disaster times

Follows the Hawaiian volcanic crisis. A look into what natural disasters could mean for distribution areas, how prolonged these situations could be. How to overcome developing world issues with supply chain to increase the traffic of goods and utilities into areas impacted by unprecedented damage.

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Data accountability in the wake of investigations

We have to look closely at all investigations within the political body. Reflecting back on the Reagan/Carter Espionage scandal 1980, how can we prevent a repeat situation in modern politics with tech that could exacerbate the problem? This post comes clean to the people on the true impact abused of technology from within the Pentagon and other places could really have.How to support the data economy so that domestic partners in internal data service stay on the friendly side of things.

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International Trade Issues and Spa Production: Your Official Briefing

With this report that some countries will now be considering retaliation-based tariffs because of US steel and aluminium tariffs, we pause. We reflect now on what international trade issues mean for the manufacturing and sale of luxury spas. This is your official marketplace briefing.

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Cruise Debut: Spa Installations Making Headlines

This is a recap of a recent Vogue update on special spa edition cruises.What this means for the marketplace of spa creators. This is your ultimate guide to market opportunity and purchasing based on the Bullfrog spa production. Lead generation determined to draw big business attention to Bullfrog and have them purchase your spas for creative marketplace endeavors.

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Retribution: The Impact Japanese Tariffs Could Have on International IT

This post explains how the Japanese are considering an official complaint against Trump-based tariffs of industrial metals into Japan. What will a Japanese retaliation tariff and Japanese market stress mean for international tech progress and IT? The post will explain what the fallout could be based on industrial professional forecast. How to prepare against market bubbles and other collateral and still come out with the competitive edge to pursue great things.

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Applying investigative methods to marketing strategy

Developing basic professional investigative abilities will be essential in cutting through martech fluff and hype. This post shows you how it's done.

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The Importance of On-Scene Reputation

Explaining the incident with Mayflower Coffee in Washington circa 1970, what is the main reason we should keep careful onsite records of our business operations? This is a reverse engineered version of Bob Woodward's personal recollection. If we keep careful records of onsite operations, we will be ready to counter claims made by bad documentation. Stressing this in a time too impressed with tech.

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Investor Vacuums: Solving for x in an debt rigged economy

This post goes into depth about the problem of leaning on investor capital to cover debts rather than focusing on capital increase/ROI. How to solve for the missing thing you need to absolve these problems in an economy that is rigged to expect debt. Going above and beyond your peers and your investors' expectations to whet the blade of your competitive edge.

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Unconventional ways for protecting intellectual property rights

This post explains how to keep your intellectual property rights in ways that take back or side doors. How to be diplomatic but also preserve centralized economic points.

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RED Hydrogen One: The future of smartphones

Exploring the ambitions of the RED Hydrogen One. This mentions a brief overview of the product, but it really focuses on this type of innovation as a market driver. What innovations in smartphones mean for the reseller market. Watching the trends escalate, watching the corresponding changes.

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Information as a Service: A new outlook on content

Honing in on how content creation and marketing is really information leading as a brand service. Why you need to invest more than you ever have before. The latest.

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User-generated content and the testimonial widget

This post explores the relationship between these two things. How can user-generated content be empowered and promoted by testimonial widgets? The latest take from Spectoos.

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Tools for Animation: You don't have to be Alan Turing to pull it off

This post covers some great plugins and animation tools to help bloggers who are lacking in coding skill make a great go of it. The latest reviews.

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Content Quest: Localizing the power

Content is like a team of sled dogs. You need a leader and the others to pull the weight We take a look at explosive sales leads coming from a simple local info-leader outlook on content strategy . Tailoring your content plans down to being more and more laser specific is the essential in this race. You cannot afford homespun anymore. What should you choose?Peeling back the layers of the brand as the information leader. Using local driving points. Taking the fluff talk out of the discussion.

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SEO Auditing: Are we doing enough?

Exploring recent prompts for 16 step or greater SEO auditing? Is this enough? Or is time to take a more organic,APB approach to our SEO auditing strategy? This post will explore the key points that make an SEO audit effective. How can we make a more laser honed strategy to empower each lead with audited backing force of metrics?

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Checking the List: Home improvements that double your value

What if you are improving a building with solely to add value to it? A numbered guide like the one on Wise Bread may not be enough. What if you took a more organic, APB approach to home improvement for value addition? This post will drive you to seek the latest innovation and improvement that is market trending now and bankable.

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Dark Fiber Network Security 2018

The complete report on dark fiber network security for this year. What to prepare for as we reach the latter half of this year. Taking your security edge ahead by years.

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The Google Dilemma: Solving the problem of changing algorithms

How the Google algorithm change is constantly causing you to reevaluate your SEO. Yet how this also may be eating up time spent in driving sales and leads. In this post, we will explore loophole options for keeping your SEO relevant to an ever-changing machine without sacrificing time budget.

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The Truth About Negative SEO

What you need to know to identify negative SEO despite the reports it doesn't exist. How to amplify your positive SEO rankings by side-stepping the negative traps.

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Invisible Negatives in SEO

This post explores theories of negative SEO even when Google says they are not a real problem. Are there some patterns that you are following that appear totally correct technically but are negative in the invisible sense? How do you overcome a problem you can't see at first glance? The latest.

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Keywords: SEO,content

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The Truth About Negative SEO

This post reflects on what theories of negative SEO are stacked against what giants like Google say is actual. Just because Google says something to the contrary, does that make all SEO follow the same trajectory? Expounding on that, we target what could potentially be negative in SEO and find the loophole.

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Overcoming negative startup marketing

This post reflects on talks about negative SEO and the unique situation of marketing for startups online. What are the theoretically negative SEO moves that are commonly played?How can you avoid them?

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Top priorities for IT Solution Outsourcing

This post lists all the priority steps that must be taken when outsourcing IT solutions. What are trending subjects that need to be addressed immediately?

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Terragraph Revolution: Amplifying the internet race

Facebook has, in light of recent scandal, acquired Qualcomm's assistance in the Terragraph fast WiFi plans for 2019. As we approach this plan's execution, how will it reflect on our internet market race? The scale of influence faster internet has on closing deals and marketing services. Finding an edge that accelerates in time for the Times.

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Keywords: internet,web marketing,WiFi

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Rules of Engagement: Data in Traction

Explaining changing laws of data, we start from the ethics POV to empower strategies. This post explains why the modern marketer needs to understand the combative nature of data and SEO tactics given a much more tender cyber security scenario. This is the guide to producing optimization that is as scaled for competition that obeys the internet rules of engagement.

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The Art of Influence Marketing

Reflecting on the recent study that this could be the year of influence marketing, what does this truly mean for your brand?How can you be a leader in information, while also a powerhouse for quality. Juggling the responsibility of selling points and transparency is a challenge. This post explains the art of those things is a detail the cuts the chatter.

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Sweetening the Pot: The Art of Demand Generation

How do you truly define the usefulness of demand generation? Comparing it to the method based forms like inbound and influence, what are the secrets that make demand generation an effective strategy? This post explains the science and art that go into the makings of a modern demand generation strategy that can keep scaling in effectiveness. The la

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Conducting User-Generated Content Positively

This post elaborates on the many different ways user-generated content takes off. How you can conduct the user-experience so that the generated content will yield a great return. The latest.

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Trailblazing: In-roads for ultra-frequency communications

This report from Samsung highlights the coming usability of 5G ultra frequency. As we prepare for modifications, we will open new opportunities to our own marketplaces. Making an action plan that sidesteps hype saturation but also makes ready for good sound change.

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Keywords: VOIP,5G,innovation

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Pause to Reflect: Inbound Marketing Self Improvement

Want to have a better inbound strategy execution? Take a while to reflect and improve your craft. This post will showcase the essentials.

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Vanishing Islands in Ad-Tech Marketplace

Exploring the shrinking ad-tech marketplace, how to keep your competitive edge. This post showcases how some ad-tech vendors use their skills to enhance publishers. This is one of many ways to be an independent and productive island in a sea of vanishing islands. The latest.

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When media measurement meets adtech think tank

This post explains how media measurement and adtech schemes like subscription salvaging can work together for maximum effects. Exploring new marketplaces to keep the competitive edge.

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Clocking Into Cloud: Killing the Productivity Zappers

Covering the productivity paradox, cloud and virtual computing may just be putting an end to the 9 hour work week. Now you can work all the time even when you aren't on the clock. This post explains how keeping something running for you while you're away on nap and coffee break may make all the telecom and IT investments finally worth their salt.

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Raw value: Equalizing Cost-reduction for bulk outshipping

These are a few industry secrets of cost metrics and cost reduction for large out-shipments. How to negotiate with carriers for a better value.

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The art of fine content integration

This post uses analogies recently made in martech circles about integration, with special regards to content integration. Discover the art that makes for fine-tuned content integration. Learning Mission Drive style.

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Touching down on customer lifecycle effectiveness

This post focuses on methods to improve the lifecycle processing. How can you measure key points that define the lifecycle milestones? With constant brand process reflection, you will be able to list method ways to improve in a sizable time cycle.

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Dynamics 365: Training the CRM Dream Team

This is a look at the effectiveness of Microsoft Dynamics over the years. Comparing scale of changes to how much ROI you can get from applying these adaptions. How methods you learned early in your career can impact the new up an comers. Giving you the bleeding edge in training responsibility effectiveness.

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The Necessity of Self-Improving Finance Integration

This makes the case for the constant need to improve and enforce finance integration. It's always a need, as per the reference link. Here's the way to enforce it and make it better.

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Keywords: finance integration,upgrade,data

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Data Marketing Based on Geography

This post looks at the different strategies in segmentation based on geography. How to optimize your strategies to reach every geographical location even with the press of GDPR and new restrictions.

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Telephone Game: VOC with virtual assistants

This post explains all the industries that are greatly transformed by digital voice assistants recently debuted at Google I/O and other expos. How VOC is much more than just a score card or customer experience survey.

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Keywords: VOC,virtual assistant

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Appraising Bullion in the Millennial Marketplace

What is the true value of gold weighed against the recent valuation breakdown? We observe what gold and other precious metals weigh in the wealth management of Millennial markets. Top trending.

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Keywords: wealth management,metals

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Multiple Steps to Maximum Event Marketing Potential

This post closes in on all the steps you can add to a maximum event marketing potential. The latest.

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Keywords: event marketing

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Safety Tips for Boating Post-Volcanic Activity

A follow up of the Hawaiian volcano crisis. How to be safe post-volcanic activity when laze is on the water. Recognizing areas that may be affected but not yet reported. Knowing the warnings as they are reported. The latest.

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Self Branding: Demand Generation

How to create a brand from yourself and your talent. This post explains the way to emulate demand generation on a large scale for each member of a talent team. Perfect for startups.

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Defining the positives and negatives of conversation

Conversation is the guidepost of any successful relationship. The terrible cliche in that statement opens the door for more reflection. What are truly negative aspects of conversation you can delete from daily life? What about the highlights? This is a guide to recognizing those things.

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Crafting content as a brand conversation

Communication skills are the most lacking factor of Western work ethic. What if we redefined communication with our content? This post positions content creation in the role of consumer interviewer. How to take your content past the superficial place and become a conversation driver in consumer information.

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Journal of Self-Improvement: The steps toward relationship

A site like Heyberie can provide more than a venue for meetup. It can also provide a service to setup the eligible single as a member for success. This post explains what self-improvement as a conscious efforts means for the online relationship seeker.

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The art of stories as conversations

This post explains how you can position your stories as drivers for your brand. Making a story is one thing. Making one that engages your readers to converse is another. This post is the director for that open-forum conversation.

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Closing Paper Trail Gaps: Integrations Demand Increase

This post explains how increasing systems integrations is lessening the amount of forms needed for even the digital paper trail. Because our world is catalyzing a spiking increase in the number of convenience measures we are now able to max out productivity. Which puts a greater demand for work. Thus putting a greater demand on consecutive integrations. The latest.

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Keywords: system integrations

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No-cliche way to expand your conversational abilities

A lacking life and job skill that leads the charts. Conversation has become more available than ever before with technology. Yet somehow it has reflexively become less prominent. As a woman and a girl, the ability to verbalize your wants, needs, beliefs, etc. stems from conversation skills. Here's how to take the fluff and cliche out of this exercise and begin conversing.

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A Question of OpenStack Impact

This post covers some recently trending OpenStack upgrades. What this impact infers for open source technology. How you can focus your strengths in open source and gather staying power from the concepts OpenStack has verged on. The latest.

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Choosing a demand generation plan with staying power

This post shows what demand generation needs to cut the hype and actually generate demand. The latest in marketing decisiveness measures.

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The perks of being a multilingual brand

This post focuses on what a brand that can converse in more than one language can do. Empowering your brand to be a strong market leader in more than one continent.

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The blooming market for TTS application

This post focuses on the competitive edge TTS gives to marketing strategies. How applying this tech in various demographics and industries can empower your brand more than in others.Unique usefulness for every industry. Demand generation points.

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Demand generation for the first time owner

A focused look at demand generation in the real estate market. What makes the first time owner pinpoint what they need as opposed to what we sell them? Closing that gap.

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Giving your buyer persona a psychoanalysis

Using a buyer persona may seem like a formality. At Atreo, we want to empower our users to understand the brainwaves behind branding. Psychoanalysis of the buyer persona's journey takes us many steps in that direction.

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Method Acting: Tackling buyer persona's at the primal level

Breaking down method acting psychology. Using those techniques, we can apply them back to the way we design the buyer persona, making the tool a personal "in their shoes" experience for the seller.

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Overcoming the Inconclusive: Demand generation from scratch

This post explains how to target your marketing strategy to drive demand generation from somewhere near nothing. Using content to gauge audience interest. The latest.

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Empowering demand generation with crucible content

How do you really generate demand from content strategy? You have to strip all the uninteresting points from content, like a crucible refines and breaks down metal. This post shows the reader what is and what is not demand generation curating content.

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When lead generation turns sour

Peeling back the many layers of correct albeit complex lead generation. What happens when someone slips through our fingers that was toxic to our company, from within or without? This post explains how to cut away dead layers from our lead generation process, and how to course correct when these processes fail.

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The power of story for strategy creation

Framing a good marketing strategy begins like outlining a great novel. The elements of story teach us what your brand is and why we should invest.

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Marine Safety Post Volcanic Activity

Going into detail about laze post-volcanic activity. How you can stay safe in an unprecedented situation. Monitoring the signs and the warning signals made by officials. Recognizing an unreported situation.Follow up to the Hawaiian volcanic crisis.

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Pitching Content That Leads An Audience

Do more than frame content.Be an audience leader. This post explains all the correct ways in 2018 to get a post created that carries the power of a brand into the news and information world.

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Tighter Belt: Cloud Prevalence Calls for Tighter Monitoring

With 91 percent of companies moving to the Cloud, it's time to get real about cloud monitoring. Skipping the trend hype, these are the points you need to bulletin to run a tight ship on Cloud.

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The Resume Connection: How to create demand for you

This post takes a new look on the resume of the years gone by. How writing a resume now can actually be for the recruiter's benefit. This is the story of your career life. What you have done, what you will be. How your relationship with your strong recruiter can get you there. Putting the people valuation back in a piece of paper that receives mixed criticism.

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Overcoming Content Mediocrity in 2018

This post explains the market flush of cheap content that states and restates the same thing as all the other brands with the brand's name tagged on. How to rise out of that slush. How to keep your content strategy fresh. The latest.

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The Honest Abe Demand Generation Guide

Methods of demand generation that are transparent show ethics. This shows tips like seeking a review listing site that has real reviews printed on it as opposed to the fake generated ones. How you can prove the validity of your reputation claims to your consumers for more delight in your products. The latest.

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NFV Growing Pains and How to Surpass Them

Recent headlining issues with NFV call us to examine our plans. How can we overcome the obstacles we face in this front to yield return on our investments? The latest.

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Promoting user-generated content creation

How can your brand promote user-generation for a better customer relationship when content overload hits your desks? This report has the latest industry opinions on the subject.

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Learning to fact-check right in a fact-checked obsessed market

This post redefines what fact-checking news credibility is. How to train your team with correct sans bias procedures against the grain of bombarding information.

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Bringing user-generated content into the fold

How to encourage and actually utilize user-generated content. Why it makes an impact in customer experience ventures. Examining all recent news.

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Empowering user-generated content success

Delving into the customer experience and client relationship status an empowered UGC scheme can yield. Examines both positive and negative recent news.

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Out of the Fire: Volcano Watch With Datamine

What services are available-Datamine-for volcanologists? Follows the Hawaiian volcanic crisis. Closes on the rough details that would effect mines within the general coastal vicinity of this volcanic episode. Points out other geographical regions that would benefit largely from the software Datamine has that could impact volcano watch even at its basic mine usage. Maximizing mine safety with regards to the Ring of Fire saga of recent headlines.

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Implementation: Mother of accident prevention

Focuses on Datamine software implementation. How early integration of all Datamine's finest features can prevent accidents.Informative in that it focuses on the warning signs for the type of crises Datamine can help to avoid and educated in brief on mine safety via prevention.

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Planning mines in against tectonic activity

Explores areas where Datamine consumers experience tectonic shift interferences. How Datamine can help map the intricacy of the geological site to prevent mine operation failure caused by natural occurrences.

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Dark Surface and Daily Data Collection

Exploring the Datamine potential to make daily imagine data collection more useful in areas where surfaces are dark or obscure. Breaking down the critical challenges in imagining that go into every exploration geology mine site planning operation. Staying informed on solutions and loopholes to make your operation the most successful yet.

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Laze Warnings for Drill Hole Operations

Tracking the Hawaiian volcanic crisis, what your operation needs to know about laze impact and how deeply into a drill hole the toxicity can permeate. This is the official guide to using data as well as other offline precautions to be fully prepared for working around impeding laze.

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Precautions and Integrations for Cavity Interference

Examining the exit issues of dig or drill sites where land disappears unprecedentedly. Using software to track earth density levels and various other schematics that can warn about a sudden hole collapse or an opening hole where once was loose silt.

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Regarding Fracking: Data Solutions For Controversial Argument

This post goes into the grim details of the fracking debates of recent news. How Datamine software specifically sets you up to track what a fracking issue is, when to notice its collateral impact on your operation, and how to dismantle a growing issue based on data solutions. Keep case and time sensitive.

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The Power of Local Press and Little Digital Publications

This explains the differences between digital publications and traditional media companies. How you can win with your own news tab and app modifications in today’s booming gig/startup/forum economy.

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Helping Hands: How startup media builds startup brand

This explains the creative boost that grassroots startups and media startups can give each other. How your big product can be their first big story. Pitching the mutual ROI and supporting the early efforts of those pillars that will make for tomorrow’s economy. The latest.

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The ethics of AI drone apps

Recent headlines put AI-supplied drone imaging apps in the public eye and it isn't all cheery reception. The Pentagon project that extends beyond Google. What it means for markets. More on what it means for public sector ethics.

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Cutting Data Down to Size: Integration Now

This post explains the latest in big data uploads and how to increase the time they take. The consensus at data industry events. Condensed opinions. Hear the story from every angle.

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Keywords: big data,integration,speed

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Universal Promote: Old School Adapts to the Times

This post goes into Universal's services step by step to make a comparison between Universal Promote and old-school methods. Where the improvement is visible. Appraising the ROI for your company. Following the best promotion path for your business based on common ground.

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Customer nurturing via content schemes

Exploring a new position on content. Dividing demand generation procedures and customer nurturing procedures straight in half. Using content as a strength driver for both demand schemes and customer nurturing schemes. The latest.

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The Twin Effect: User Generated Content and Customer Experience

Do the issues surrounding UGC and CX compound each other? This report investigates these problems to create a stronger value in both branding attempts to level trust value with consumers. Why data concerns muddle the politics of both these strategies. How to approach both fields from the fulcrum of transparency. Latest breaking.

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Demand Generation for Gen X,Y,Z

How do you make your demand generation schemes work the span of three online generations? This post crafts a perspective based on recent marketplace evidence. Ad sharing that appeals to a broader target. The latest.

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Foreign Language Targeting: Apps and skills

This post explains what apps and what employee skills are needed to make ad targeting offshore reach its advanced potential. The latest.

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The Balance Between User-Generated Content and Our Offering

Exploring new trends in user-generated content. Why we as information leaders need to offer something that will spark enough interest to get user's ready to create something of their own.

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Empowering the User Generated Content Train

Exploring various kinds of user-generated content. How can you champion this emerging marketing scheme to double customer experience return? Fact-checking and investigating the latest charts and reports to give you a perfect image of what has staying power, what is positive and where you need to work.

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Course Correcting User-Generated Content

Why you need the letter-to-the-editor style content from your users. How to steer it so that it engages your customers and fosters strong new relationships. The latest.

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SEO Amplified: Topic clusters for double-speed optimization

This post explores the evolution of SEO as per topic clusters from HubSpot. How you can use these to amplify your SEO strategy for a web that is increasing half again in speeds. Where merging with traffic is as much timeliness as it strategy.

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The Staying Power of Startups: Why we change the world

This post explains the marketplace around Wowsome and how this computer vision startup can impact other startups in industry. Why it takes a startup to know one and why the future of socioeconomics hinges on the opportunities you take today.

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Millennial Rapture: Taking Experiential Marketing Higher

Breaking down the psychology that makes truly viable experiential marketing. How you can weigh in via computer vision empowerment. The rapture this defines for an audience that has become overly accustomed to tech thrills.

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Keywords: experiential marketing,empowerment,customer experience

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User-Generated Content: Putting romance back into customer experience

How the user-generated relationship to the brand romances the relationship of your message. Empowering users to express themselves openly, while providing venues that go against the grain of recent UGC market struggle. How to invest and why this is a pillar in not only marketing but also customer experience.

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Impact of User-Generated Content Schemes on Social Media

UGC has had a rough start. But what may seem like redundancy to some marketers could really be a step in the direction of total customer experience/relationship value. Examining the latest viewpoints.

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User-generated Content: Brand Advocacy Amplified

This showcases the real use value of the somewhat controversial user-generated content. How you can use it to triangulate brand advocacy, customer experience, and brand trust relationship all at the same time. Examining the most recent viewpoints.

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User-generated content: The consultancy X-factor

Examining how user-generated content reflects directly on consultancy and brands. How UGC promotes customer experience, brand trust, loyalty, and other key factors of the customer journey to the regular client. Examining all the recent opinions.

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Reaping the CX Benefits of User-Generated Content

While sparking some controversy, user-generated content holds potentials for customer experience improvement. Based on the most recent reports and opinions, what can user-generated content do to increase brand loyalty? How do you promote it in an organic way?

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Becoming the Best Place to Work

This post delves into the common factors shared by a list of recently voted best places to work. What makes a place the best place to work? How does that carry over into other aspects of your business venue? The latest.

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User-generated content and your food brand

This post explains what user-generated content is and how it can engage customers/clients of your brand with greater trust bonds.

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Can user-generated content stimulate customer experience?

User-generated content is a subject of some controversy as of late. What is the real value of it? Can it stimulate customer experience campaigns if directed with the right surprise? The latest.

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Hand in Glove: User-generated content and consumer tracking

How user-generated content, if directed correctly, can be used for things outside of the general sphere of influence. Impact on consumer tracking that is ethical and transparent. Consumer experience coupled with brand reputation management. How you can make an impact in this sphere to get the most from UGC.

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Out of The Lab, Into the Light: Progress on Container Security

This explains the details of the lab emerging container security projects. How Tigera impacts this. What is available with this recent update. What you can expect as Tigera moves forward.

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Rgand Delivers "Consultancy as a Service"

We still believe in the power of hands-on consultancy in a time of DaaS, SaaS, and other "as a service" hyper industries. In this report, we cover extensively the process of Rgand consultancy to help your brand better understand why it will help.

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Decentralized? The question of cloud storage ethics

In a time when data and a cloud storage don't belong to the business using them, it begs to be asked. What are we doing to preserve cloud storage integrity? This report reviews the fine points of cloud storage and what we need to do to increase transparency.

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Valuating new attribution methods

This post reviews the recent 3 new trends in attributions finding a place in marketing watch. Here we valuate these trends. Which make sense for the small to mid-sized business? Appropriating the proper value of recent trends to cut through the hype and reap the most usability.

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Mental Health Support: The brand/client relationship shift

These new companies are offering mental health support as their service. What this means for the relationship between brands and client. How you can take pointers(and likewise what to discard) from the business models to gauge the changing relationship accurately and communicate better.

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The power of bank lending on global markets

This post explains the power of bank lending on Global economies, between countries and small to mid-sized businesses. Focusing on many markets and how the loans build them. Focusing on the success of banks and while regular bank lending still applies with staying power.

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Increasing the Instant Insight Edge for Summer 2018

Metrics for Instant Insight in SMB could make drastic returns as the surrounding tech improves. What to invest in for summer 2018. How to apply it so that it manifests in true thought leadership.

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Against Hype's Current: Creating targeted fact-checking

This post explains how to be consistent in your fact-checking in a market that is obsessed with fact-checked reports. Covers everything from tech targeting to careful reporting procedure.

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Fact-Checking to Scale of Repuation

This explains how brands can come down heavier on reporting procedures to protect their reputation management online.

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Better Reporting, Better Brands: Fact checking against hype craze

How a stronger approach to reporting procedure behind each content strategy makes for better branding. Focuses on some of the marketing hype surrounding fact-checking. What makes for truly better content reporting? This is the inside story.

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Fact-Check Sans Hype: How to act like a reporter

This post explains to teenagers the hype surrounding fact-checking. How you can become better at it yourself so you can report the stories that affect you and your peers with credibility and earth-shaking staying power. In other news, how to be heard in a day of information overload.

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Reporter Think Tank: Fact-checking against the overload

Explores the media hype surrounding fact-checking and information abundance 2018. How you can rise above and beyond this and deliver clear, actionable branding that is reporting at its core.

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Definition "Fact" Redefining fact-checking online

Focuses intensively on real fact-checking in the age of information overload. How to recognize the economic conflict of interest behind a media source to receive a better opinion when making a branding decision. The latest.

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Revisiting Fact: Fact-Checking Despite Public Hype

This post explains why there is a bubble of hype around the correct procedures toward fact-checking. Why if we exercise it correctly we can have better, more reliable branding. What the return on investment is of brands that are information leaders in their industry. Cacao has the story.

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Re-imagining Literary Nonfiction in Videos

This post will explain what techniques used in literary nonfiction make for good video marketing. It explores what pieces that marketers can draw from to get their inspiration as well as what actionable techniques they can take to make their brainstorming efforts resonate with audiences.

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After Wolfe: Bringing Literary Notes to Content Creation

Post the death of Tom Wolfe, following his example, why its important to audiences to bring the same tones to the table as literary nonfiction. Becoming more creative for better quality. How to brainstorm in such a way that gives evergreen value to every post. This is the Cogo and Co take. For a better brand quality.

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Bringing Wolfe To Branding: Creating Evergreen Content

This month marks the death of Tom Wolfe at 88. Exploring the impact he had on literary non-fiction, how can we use this style of coverage for better branding? Using creative styles from the past and coupling that with the actionable insights of today's tech, here's the full report on creating evergreen content that has staying power with audiences trending and later.

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The Right Stuff, The Wrong Time: Wolfe and Content Ideation

This month marks the passing of Tom Wolfe, a literary journalist who wrote "The Right Stuff" amongst other things. What can his style and drive help us understand about content ideation? Creating pieces with a greater staying power is now more important than ever it was. With the advent of Google News app, it's time to take our content creation to the next level. Make your brand become an information leader in your industry. Accumulate has the story.

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The power of literary nonfiction in content

This post focuses on the literary nonfiction style of some famous reporters like Tom Wolfe, who recently died. How literary non-fiction strategies and tougher reporting tactics can boost the impact of content creation by leaps and bounds. Improving the evergreen value of your content.

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Keywords: blogging content ideation,marketing

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Transformative Power of IoT

This post explores all the transformative power that IoT can have in the practical sphere. The practical application of IoT that will gradually turn expectation into reality. What industries will be completely altered by adopting practical IoT.

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Foggiest Sherlock: Transformative Edge and Fog Computing

Fog Computing and Nutanix's "Sherlock" are making headlines. With the advancement of updates in edge platforms and fog computing, what things await the Cloud? The sky was the limit. Edge will change that extensively, but to what transformative extent? Showcasing these headlining and defining how the future moves. CPLANE has the story.

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Keywords: edge computing,fog computing,Cloud,speed

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Communication Keynotes: Hiring for VOIP industry

This post drives a focus on Joon, targeting the specifics of hiring for the VOIP industry for SMBs. What are the keynotes and communication skills to look for? How to gauge the proficiency of that skill given that communication is a top-lister for lacking skills in American labor force? Joon has the story.

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Keywords: SMB,VOIP,PR

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Averaging Perfect Hires For SMBs

Focusing on averaging the leads for perfect hires in small and mid-sized businesses. Using the LeadStack methods. Becoming the full information leader in this field. Lead generation for LeadStack.

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Edge Computing for a Better Cloud Solutions

This post focuses on services that are a better alternative for Cloud. How to get up to speed with competitors by shopping smartly for Cloud.

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Smart City Impact on TME

This explains the recent smart-city adaptations in IoT and how they impact TME business. Capto Consulting has the full report on effect and cost efficiency.

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Choosing the Right Edge Data For Your SMB

This post goes into detail about edge data, edge data centers, and those applications that provide edge computing. How acquiring faster data will improve your SMB performance. Making this move with cost-efficient plans.

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Keywords: data,edge computing,SMB

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Pro Cost-Reduction in SMB Marketing Spending

It's time you start saving large margin. This post explains how you as an SMB can target your marketing spending. Find loopholes in regular expense costs, etc.

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Keywords: SMB,marketing

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The staying power of bank lending in community events

Why bank lending in communities is here to stay. Follows the ripple effect that banks have on communities. How banks are local Meccas of event planning.

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On the Foggy Probable Edge: Computing 2018

This follows the events of fog computing, edge computing, and probabilistic machine learning. What 2018's update formulas of computing mean for the web development industry. Triangulating. Watching the market. Rgand has the story.

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Keywords: computing,market,web development

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Edge-computing and Fog Computing: Differences and strengths

Delving into the growing popularity of edge computing and fog computing. What are the key differences? What are the strengths of each? Should you, based on your business model, invest in one or the other? Should you invest in both? TechTarget has the story.

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Edge and Fog: The evolving face of computing

Focusing on the strengths of reflecting computing styles 2018. The staying power of each. Which your company should focus on investing based on your business models strength needs. What the changing face of computing means for the future of the industry and your place in it.

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Guide to Email Value Building

Too often your best-laid campaign plans get lost in a sea of unopened emails. How can you add to the value of each email so that a higher percentage of them have evergreen save value? Branding tips that make each email a novelty piece for social boards, to add to Instagram, to become part of the personal style and preference of customers and not just another inbox ad. Enchant has the story.

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Payment Processing Post GDPR

How changing data laws will impact payment processing. What questions you need to ask as a financial advisor to be on top of information law compliance

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Investing in VR to expand your capabilities

Focusing on the power of picture and the virtual experience. Is it an economical move to invest in VR? How to use it to maximum advantage for your brand. Invodo has the story. With this story, Invodo will attract readers to their solutions page to see other content.

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Should your brand invest in edge computing?

This post focuses on what investing on edge computing trading means for your web devs? How to reduce cost of programming training for your team. Get the most out of your programming investments and make your team the best it can be. Cloud HPT has the story.

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Should your team invest in edge computing?

This post focuses on what edge computing is and how it can empower your team. How to reduce the cost of training your team in various trending computation methods.7Tablets has the story. Post is meant for lead generation.

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From Fact Checking to Source Checking: Politics of Press Ownership

When creating market research, the politics surrounding fact-checking has become a muddled topic. What determines facts these days? Instead, maybe it's time for you to do a deeper investigation in source checking. For news, we check the ownership of the press. Companies like Alibaba and Amazon might have leans on publications like Washington Post or SCMP based on ownership. How to check sources and provide a clearer, less conflict of interest dampened market picture. Drive Research has the story

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The Google Duplex Effect: Changing Customer Voice Expectations

With something like Google Duplex now a contender, it's time to understand exactly what your customers' skyscraping expectations are. Matching these expectations and exceeding competitor response is a hand-in-glove experience. What sort of effect will Google Duplex have on your customer voice improvements? This report gives you the edge to outlast and upstage the competition as well as be more personal with your customer.

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Keywords: voice,customer service,customer experience

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Why South African Bank Lending Stimulates US Market Growth

Exploring the recent news surrounding South African bank lending business. Why has this so positively stimulated the US lending markets? Is now the time for you to start your investment journey in a similar market? What you need to know before you start.

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Keywords: bank lending,foreign markets

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First Look at Affordable Hepatitis A Epidemic Prevention

What we know about the recent Hepatitis A outbreak and how to see affordable preventive treatment. StratoCentric has the story.

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Hand in Glove: Demand Generation and Lead Generation for B2B

Why you B2B strategy needs both a demand specific angle and a lead specific angle when conducting B2B marketing. Focuses on the differences between demand generation and inbound lead generation to give a more precise point of view.

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Why AI Tools For Demand Generation Are an Evergreen Investment

This post goes into the details of why AI can balance the pros and cons of demand generation, inbound, and various other marketing forms that were once under PR control to make a well-rounded evergreen investment.

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Keywords: demand generation,lead generation,AI,customer experience

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Content for demand generation

This post explains how content marketing drives demand generation. A post for the days of digital business transformation.

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The Extra-Mile: Max Demand Generation Data Application

This post goes into the particulars of demand generation results. How you can take these results the extra mile, applying them with a stronger ethic that will drive them toward perennial ROI. The latest.

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Keywords: demand generation,ROI

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HubSpot Topic Clusters and Demand Generation

Everything you need to know about HubSpot topic clusters and how they can relate to demand generation schemes. Using these strategies to amplify the ROI on your next demand generation endeavor.

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Finding the most cost-efficient payment options seniors understand

You are a caregiver for an elderly patient that is suffering a financial crisis. Legally they are required to make all payment decisions on their own, and they have no family to help them choose. How can you help them find a modern payment app or service that they can understand even without technical savvy? This post walks you through it.

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Keywords: senior care,payment method,app

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Relevant SEO Improvement Targeting

This post focuses on trending subjects of SEO improvement. What are key areas? What areas are overlooked in favor of trending topic issues? We focus on making organic SEO improvements by changing things we can control. The latest.

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Keywords: organic SEO

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Tapping the Market Potential of 3D Imagery

Here follows the true capacity of 3D imagery. The market value. The tech capacity. What you should invest in to reap the full rewards. What integrations and applications you need to make now to be ready for things coming soon. The latest.

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Keywords: 3D imagery,marketing

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Getting the Most From CRO Tests

How to use data analytics to create better CRO tests. Optimizing conversions with a greater ROI. The latest.

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Keywords: conversion rate optimization,data analysis

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Navigating Spiking Shipping Costs for Maximum Savings

Weber breaks the story on UPS spiking shipping rates. How to get the most cost-reduction options negotiated before these rates take effect.Keeping optimization options open for saving on an incline. The latest.

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Keywords: freight management,cost reduction

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Shipping in the Time of Trade Tariff Crackdown

This post focuses on what happens to shipment cost and process during trade tariff crackdown. Follows the story on the Financial Times that showcases how foreign businesses feel about US/China trade policies. How can your company keep healthy relations with overseas shipping during all of this? What cost reductions are an option? What retaliation tariffs should you watch for and which loopholes are available? Focusing tight on cost-reduction and B2B relationship building.

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Keywords: shipping,cost reduction,tariff,China,trade relation

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Insights on Demand Generation Ethics

How demand generation is shaped by a partnership with key customers. The ethical procedure that goes into making demand generation trustworthy while also driving conversions. Business Brainz has the story.

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How to Compare Demand Generation and Internet Trends

This post details all the ways you can use internet trends reports to compare to your demand generation techniques.

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Keywords: demand generation,trending

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Trial Run: Assessing Remote Employees

This post will focus on how SMBs can assess new remote employees on a trial run basis.

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Keywords: remote,SMB,employee

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Steps to simpler account-based marketing

We've heard the complaints that account-based is hard. We've also heard the counter-argument that it doesn't have to be. How can we take steps to simplify our account-based strategies in 2018's changing market scene?Metadata has the story.

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Keywords: account based marketing,SMB

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Strategy of Conquerors: Digital Champions of Modern Sales/Distribution

This makes a careful case study of the modern challenges Sales/Distributions teams now face. Tariff regulation changes. Market saturation in the digital content space. The factors that are the greatest blights on modern sales/distribution progress. What strategies rise above this?

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Protecting Seniors from Homeless Crisis

We pause to reflect on areas with an unprecedented homeless crisis, such as Seattle. How can we as influential individuals prevent seniors in our care from facing the streets? This post gives a roadmap of actionable insights.

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Diverse Ad Spaces Use Trends and Creative Tempering

How to be unique while also keeping abreast of valuable trends. Following the most profitable creative ads and diverse advertising campaigns of the last few days. Metadata has the story.

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Keywords: creative ad,trending,SMB

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Could AI fix the problems in child immigrant processing?

In recent news, the immigration administration has lost record and contact with roughly 1,500 immigrant children of illegal aliens. Could AI and data, used with contingencies, solve our issues in reporting and contacting illegal minors?

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Data and the Future of Unbiased American Politics

As American politics swing nearer the daily verge of hysteric disagreement, what could data do to average the fact-based arguments and drive party-neutral results for domestic security? IQM has the story.

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Keywords: data,politics,data science,fact

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How data can heal the press

This post explains how data and cloud information storage can help us complete neutralize biases in certain demographics of press. It will examine how creating a completely bias-neutral environment for our information launch will open the door to much more rational conversations and thus solutions in the small-press media that SMB owners typically consult. Cloud HPT has the story.

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Data's Role In Trade Solution Information

Following the complex saga of recent Sino-American and Global trade relations that made headlines. How data can impact a bias-neutral reform in trade solution ideation and integration. This post uses this topic to drive a deeper understanding of new political data technology to drive attention back to IQM.

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Predictive Analytics: The healing salve of trade relations?

This post will drive user demand for SevenTablets. It focuses strongly on predictive analytics and how this science can forecast better solutions to complex trade relation problems on the global scene today.

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Keywords: predictive analytics

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Predictive Analytics To the People: How data clears biases

Driving the argument that predictive analytics can be applied to complex socioeconomic issues to drive bias-void results. What markets exist? What you should invest to make your brand completely bias neutral and based instead on actionable results for the publics.

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How data analysis can help social peace

Explaining the capacity that data analytics has in presenting clearer, error-siphoned facts. Shows what this could mean for markets tied up in complex politics now. What your brand needs to know to get behind this purpose. Repealing bias from all your strategies so you can deliver actionable results to the public for the purpose of public service. Dative has the story.

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How Data Protects The Public

Ah! A contradictory statement post-Cambridge Analytica. Yet data science as a machine may have the secrets to protect public peace and safety, simply by its scientific reasoning. If we use data correctly and confidentially, we can eliminate bias on public issues, error-siphon from facts rather than simple "fact check" and drive real predictive results. This post showcases Chaos Sumo as the authority on this subject.

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Machine to Business to Public Insight: Data Protects the Peace

This post focuses on the butterfly effect that data analytics can have on machine/business/public insight. Machines holding machines accountable leads to a better business insight. Supporting local business insight encourages the unbiased economic solution of public situations. Data as the bias-siphon for a completely error stripped and fact mined reporting factor. Logtrust has the story.

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Using advanced analytics and metrics to preserve public sanctity

This post explains how data, when used correctly, can drive public quality of life, sanctity, and safety, all by the reports it can take on various public issues. Define what this means for companies when they use Datadog.

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Video Marketing Trends to Watch Summer 2018

Trending topics can be weighed down with hype. We've reviewed the most recent video marketing trends to determine which ones are right for your business. How you can prepare to make good use of them. Sure Oak has the story.

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Personalized Guidance as a Form of Demand Generation

Studying the effect personalized guidance strategies can have on demand generation strategies. How you can make the experience more creative and targeted to drive a higher demand for your service.

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Keywords: personalized guidance,demand generation,leads

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Overcoming a toxic hiring process

Follows the story of May's hard-sell hiring spree. What can your firm do to overcome toxic hiring process?RI has the story.

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The Milton Hershey Dilemma: Protecting Student Mental Health

Milton Hershey Boarding School has acquired a reputation for barring students with mental health issues. With the suicide of Abbie Bartels being the most famous case. Following this story, what can we learn about school policy and its effect on child learning? What reforms must be made to private school policies to protect mental health while also providing an excellent education? Kids Harbor reopens the study.

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Keywords: mental health,children's learning,school policy

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How to Stimulate Preventive Accountability For App Integrity

Exploring the ethics of app integrity, this post will dive into the possible concerns the intellectual property owner of a mobile app or IoT device should address preventively before the product launches. How to use predictive analytics to target possible chainlink weaknesses. What steps you need to take to keep your brand integrity transparently preventive.

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Launching creative ad apps for demand generation

When creative marketing for demand generation means creating apps, here's what you need to know.

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The Making of Top 250: What metrics dictate modern management

Exploring what metrics selected the management top 250. Here we explain what these grades mean for modern management. Where even this list of metrics gets it wrong. What you need to expect from your teams and how you can provide the right pathways for better management execution.

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Keywords: management

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Real Estate Agent Success in a Housing Crisis

These statements sound contradictory, but the real estate agent who can succeed amidst an affordable housing crisis has special skills. How to prepare your agents to market and sell smart in the midst of surrounding market issues. Finding the loopholes that exist in a certain local area. Providing a better venue for clients to trust your business through the targeted promotion you take toward this critical social issues.

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Buying Well in Housing Crisis

Explaining the mechanics of the London affordable housing issues. How the buyer can carefully navigate socioeconomic issues that could weigh down their buying process. Where loopholes exist. The best and most affordable mortgages for your budget. Targeting the collateral problems that come from a housing crisis and how they can be avoided with steps.

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Keywords: housing,buying,afforable

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Evacuation Project: Advertising to a delicate audience

Uses the example of the Hawaiian volcanic crisis evacuees. How your brand can advertise a critical need solution to an audience made delicate in terms of their crisis.

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Keeping you SMM secure

Follow up to the Spectre attack on Intel story. Vulnerable places in your Social Media Marketing campaign, software, strategy or other. How to protect your campaigns online for optimal return.

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Defining Digital Transformation Relevance By Industry

How do you tell which digital transformation tactics apply to you and when? TrnDigital's report follows the effective digital transformation process per the alphabet of industries. Tips and secrets for making a clear transition.

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Keywords: digital transformation

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The Power of Local Events for SMBs

Detailing the reasons why local banks, local chefs and local event pavilions are still ideal for an SMB. How to empower your area with your influence. Joon has the story.

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How Intel Optane Can Impact Your Business Operations

Intel Optane has released with promise or in-memory database capacity. What this will mean for your business operations if you use Intel products alongside your regular web dev operating systems.

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Keywords: in-memory database

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Retailer Renaissance: What do we do now?

We've seen recent growth in some department stores like Macy's or independent smaller brands. While there is an improvement, there is also a lot of work let to be done. Here's how marketing right can take the retailer to the Renaissance he's looking for.

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Keywords: retail,growth,marketing,creative ads,demand generation

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Risk-decisioning for European Investments Summer 2018

Follows the story of Italian stock market drop caused by political tensions within the country as well as European push back at American tariff control. How do these factors reflect on your risk-decisioning process? How does it reflect on things like merchant processing solutions and your foreign investment? Provenir has the story.

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Improving negotiating skills

The Modern World is not as focused on haggling as the old times were. You still need a bit of negotiation skill when building a business. Here's how to improve on that front.

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The Need and Lack of Entry Level Hires

This looks at the claims from AP and other news sources that entry-level positions are harder to fill than before. Yet we may argue that we need more boots on the ground as digital marketing increasing workloads. How do you make better, sooner entry-level hires for fresh force in your company? Talent Retriever has the story.

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When demand generation and SMM become one

How Social Media Marketing (SMM) and demand generation can merge into one strategy. This post explains how your demand generation needs to tailor itself to fit specific social media audiences and styles. Using AI and data to make effective changes to each.

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How active listening skills improve demand generation

This post highlights how active listening skill improvement and tech can and will improve demand generation strategies. Speakeasy software acts as the AI in more creative demand generation.

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Demand generation for you destination brand

Goes into the demand strategy process for a destination brand. How to make creative ads and content that drives more customers to book with you.

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Demand Generation Via Email Campaigns

Coupling your email marketing with your demand generation creativity. How you can get maximum ROI for combining the two efforts.

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Exercising bias neutrality in media apps

How to create apps that strip reports of biases. Apps that will error-strip every story you run for a purer, prompter journalism.

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Are All Push Notification Software Equal?

This explores the fad trends of messaging apps for email marketing today in SMM. Are all messaging apps created equal? Are some actually a liability to your marketing trends? This post weeds out those criteria that make an email service subpar. On the contrary, it highlights those criteria that make for excellent email.

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Phasing Out Marketing Fads That Are Hype

Detailing the recent marketing fads that are more hype than they are actionable. The criteria that make a marketing trend less than ideal. Specifying what is below your desired standard. Retargeting for better solutions.

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What you need to know about cyber attacks post-GDPR

The laws may have changed, but criminals don't obey laws. What has the GDPR changed about cyber attacks? The good and the bad.

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Keywords: data protection. DRAAS,GDPR

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Protecting Online Finance Post-GDPR

While cyber law enactment has some advantages, there could still be holes for cyber attackers with GDPR. Find out how to keep your financial information safe online.

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Keywords: financial information,data protection,cyber crime,GDPR

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Google News: Why search engine journalism transforms the industry

These days are inundated with information accessibility. As journalism is transformed by the search engine presence of news, so will the demands of content curation. Why your app needs a voice that stands staccato against the hum of buzzword content. Applicaster redefines content for the aspiring marketing/PR team.

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Wait Against Time: Identifying Hospice Enrollment Struggles

Why is there such a profound hospice enrollment wait time for some elderly patients? Why do some conditions cause a ripple effect that leads to a longer enrollment? This post highlights the facts surrounding a difficult hospice procedure. How you can identify the key factors that are hanging you up. When you have to wait, but don't have time, these answers are essential to a feasible course correction.

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What is creative demand generation?

When you combine demand generation and creative inbound strategies, this is the result. Defining what "demand generation" and "inbound" are to clarify to a less familiar audience. Then expounding on them so they can get their SEO's worth for both.

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Keywords: SEO,demand generation,inbound marketing,creative content

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What indie films and brand films have in common

How brand filmmakers can learn from independent cinema to increase their marketable value. Follows a recent story in Vogue where Bella Freud highlights the higher qualities of indie film.

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Overcoming hiring gaps for entry-level positions

Why is hiring harder in entry-level positions? Targeting the details that have previously retarded the hiring process. This is a social post that will empower the hiring manager to make a good call when selecting a new blood hire.

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Analyzing trade tensions for premium industry insight

We follow the story of the World Trade Organization tensions within the last 2 months. What impact do these changes have on industries? This report highlights impacted areas per each industry per marketplace. What you need to know when to plan a course correction strategy.

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Producing an Evergreen Brand Film

Should a brand film be one and done? Maybe not. Yet creating one masterpiece that captures everything your brand is for years to come is a goal worth back. Covering the methods that will make a brand film that acts as the cornerstone for all the rest.

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Keywords: video production,content,evergreen,branding

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Realizing Industrial Automation: Following Up The Lauren Vasey Report

This post follows up Lauren Vasey's recent comments on industrial automation and leading robotics. As leaders in the industry, what key points do you need to invest in and plan to realize Vasey's world-leading vision for a building industry touched by robotics?

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Balancing Sales Growth Around Sanctions

The automation process can keep your sales pipeline even in a time of trade tension. Here's how Cors Productivity helps you to course correct around sudden sanctions resulting from political dispute.

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Catalyst Launch: Preparing your data for B2B's New AI

Springing from a report that Martech Series launched yesterday. AI is about to supernova on the B2B marketing front. If your data isn't ready for the task, how do you get it up to speed?

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The Right Response When Credit Cards Delay Operations

The Visa card crash has added some major payment chaos to the global business operations space. What is the correct communication response for your business to make when faced with this situation? GlobeNet empowers you to keep running on when everything is bouncing around you.

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Keywords: business operations,telecom,IT

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Practicing Food Safety For Seniors

The neglect the elderly face often leads to nutrition choices that are sub-par. Food safety is thrown out with that. How can you rehab a seniors meal plan to be nutritional and safe for their consumption? This post has the answers.

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Keywords: home care,food safety,nutrition

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Food Safety Rules for Home Caregivers to Live By

Food Safety is stressed in the commercial sphere. Sometimes as the home care patient slips into routine food safety gets tossed out. Here are some basic habits to form to practice food safety that prevents potential foodborne jeopardies like E-coli and salmonella from complicating the patient's symptoms.

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Eliminating Patient Fear With Explainer Video

What if you provided your patients with a walkthrough video of your daily practices? How to make the most of video and hands-on schemes to alleviate mild dental patient phobias.

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Customer Service in the Middle of a Credit Card Blackout

I have recently come across a story where the credit card crash at Visa personally and adversely affected a man's stay in a European hotel. Using this anonymous example, what can we learn about better customer service during credit card blackouts?

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What we can learn from the Visa blackout

After the Visa blackout June 2nd, we have observed some responses to credit card stalling that we can now address. How can we better prepare our customer service teams for incidents like this? How can we prevent the delay in correction from lasting that long again? Provenir has insights.

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How Google's version impacts Kubernetes competition

Learn more about Kubernetes. What it is, who its key contenders in the marketplace are. How will the Google launch of their 1.10 version mean for the competition? This is your overview.

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Keywords: kubernetes,Google,competition

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What is Kubernetes?

What is Kubernetes? Should your team invest in it? Can it propel your digital marketing forward? If you asked any of these questions before, or even if you haven't, this is the post for you.

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Keywords: Kuberentes,digital marketing

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Essential Timing Rules for User-generated Content

To the extent that you can influence user-generated content, what timing rules apply? The post details the rules of thumb to live by.

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Why you should encourage user-generated video

Using the screen to drive conversation has never been more important. Get your audience involved more creatively. This post details how to encourage user-generated video content while still protecting your intellectual properties.

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Testimonials and User-Generated Content

How can you take your testimonial strategy to the next level? Consider engaging the audience? But how? Open the door to user-generated content! This post shows how you can get your fans directly involved while also protecting your intellectual rights.

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Establishing your media department gracefully

According to Forbes, every company is now a media company. If that's the case, then you will need to establish your media department. Want to make a graceful transition? GMA has the solutions.

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Keywords: content creation,media

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Prepping a stellar Kubernetes user-experience

As Kubernetes climbs in popularity, so does the demand for a great user-interface in the midst. The best way to get ahead is to get prepared. This is how you prep your user-experience strategies for the Kubernetes integrations your clients will adapt.

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Keywords: Kubernetes,UX,customer,relationship marketing

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The Google Countdown: Why you need to secure your site now

This post explains the Google penalties on sites that don't have adequate security locks on their coding. You may know about the countdown, but do you know what's really at stake if you don't act soon? We have not only the answers but also the affordable solutions to your dilemma

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Keywords: SSL,HTTPS,HTLM,Google,penalty

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Sidestepping Amazon Challenges: Food Service Market Loophole

How do you as an independent food service sidestep problems caused by Amazon food merging? This post explains how to keep your competitive edge in a market swamped by mega services.

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Special precaution for ID Printer access controls

What you need to know about online security for printers with an internet connection. J O'Brien is your safest solution for ID card services. Printers that use data or Cloud integrations. Special risks to files that need to be considered when updated the software end of the ID printer hardware.

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Keywords: access control,ID Card printer,safety,data

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Planning mining ops in the developing world

Why you have to have reliable tech more than ever in a developing world operation. This follows sites in places like sub-Saharan Africa where the power grid can be unstable. Why Datamine is your solution.

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Why anti-hate policies fail and what you should do instead

Why the Spotify hate conduct policy failed. What your brand should do to counteract the hate conduct buzz in modern marketing and business conduct.

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Strategies For Organic Recruitment Marketing

Focusing on theories that recruitment is an HR department collaboration effort. If this is the case, how can you make a more natural, flowing, organic recruitment marketing that draws interest from the B2B scene with less time/less effort? Crowdvocate has the solution.

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The Parrot Dilemma: Why digital content all sounds the same

Bernco looks objectively at the problem of digital content. Brands are preoccupied restating other brand content to increase competitive issue on a topic. They should pursue unique content. How should a brand audit content for unique and usable topic choices?

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Eliminating generic content from your SEO

The trend of filler posts is coming to an end. Still, brands seem to be caught in an unhealthy hamster wheel habit of restating each other's content. How can you create a more organic stream of content that prunes the generic stuff from the branches of your brand tree? Sure Oak has the shears in hand. Organic SEO is in your immediate future.

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Eliminating toxic pre-sales habits

We focus heavily on the positive aspects of our sales process. Everything we should or are doing right. Yet what if there are misinformed habits that are getting lost in our preoccupation to do better? What if we are already enough and we just need to trim a few twigs off our sale's funnel first. In this case, Cors Productivity shows you the toxic habits you may not know you've had in presales. Identifying and eliminating these issues will give you the freedom to build on the better.

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The 10% planning rule

I developed this rule for my entrepreneur business model. For every 100 proposals I make, if I receive a 10 percent response rate my gross earnings will equal that effort return times 12 months. (If I have a minimum productivity in proposals for every month). So, if I propose my services/product 10 times as much and receive only a 1 percent or less response my gross earnings will average in the odds. Applying this rule helps the entrepreneur gauge their ROI for better budgeting.

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The Rule of 10 or Less

I created a method for budgeting based on gross earnings as a self-employed entrepreneur. For every 100 business proposals I make, if I receive a 10 percent response turnover, times my rates, times 12 months that's my gross earnings for the year. My minimum budget is estimated at 10 or less percent. If I put out productivity at 10 times the estimation but receive only a 1 percent or less response, my estimate averages itself. This helps me gauge my ROI.

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Solving the internet integrity problems of GDPR

GDPR is commonly believed to cause more problems for internet integrity than it will eliminate. If this is the case, then a strategy needs to be enforced that will solve for missing variables GDPR eliminates. Course correcting to retain the best digital performance on a web of changing global information laws.

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Keywords: GDPR,intellectual property,SEO,integrity

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How Value-Base Impacts Hospital IT Budget Plans

Not all hospitals have equal budgets for IT upgrades. But when the competition in health care stems from value-based care, having mint-new updated IT may be a gamechanger. How can you budget plan around the need for value determining software? This post explores the cost end of the digital revolution in medicine.

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Keywords: cost reduction,ROI,IT,value-based

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Closing Dateline: Driving News Apps Demand

With apps like Snapchat circling the internet, there is no reason why the news can't come with greater urgency, clarity, efficiency and all from the hands of the everyday person. Here's how you can drive a greater demand for your app. Close the gaps in datelines to give each available piece of a content a greater sense of breaking news generation.

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Bringing the Hero's Journey to Life in Brand Story

When the structure of marketing content takes a literary approach, it's time to consult epoch formula. The Hero's Journey is timeworn but true to win an audience. Here's how you can use it.

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Make America Read Again

Whatever happened to American literacy rates? This post seeks to create a channel that can get more Americans reading more books by presenting the books for their time efficiency as well as their knowledge wealth.

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The Overautomated World: Restoring Human-to-Human Reputation

With the recent news of Japan's Gatebox device, many are wondering where we draw the line between automation and human interaction. Why an over-automated business model is a trainwreck looking for a place to roll over. Why you need human-to-human reputation management consultancy more than you ever did before.

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The future of voice over characters

The Japanese Gatebox device will get an English-language version soon. With this in mind, what is the future of characters in voice-over devices? How will this affect the industry? Uses this information to lead generate back to Speakeasy AI.

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Caring for seniors who care for children

This post explains the unique needs of senior citizens who require medical attention and are also the guardians of young children. In these situations, how do you keep the patients needs well maintained while also ensuring the small children are being given the best attention possible?

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It Takes The Village: Why news collaboration apps matter

This post focuses on the types of apps that furnish journalists with tools and also connects reporters to first responders of the story. Aims to show young producers, writers, contributors and so on that they can succeed if they are creative and establish a business model that has detours for setbacks. Uses the story influence to promote Applicaster's ecosystem.

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Should I have a content rewards system?

Many brands give away free content and videos as a reward for subscriptions. Is this the right step for your brand? Where is the balance between spam and creative demand generation? Eliminating deletes and unsubscribe rates by identifying what is indirectly solicited via subscription and what is an unwanted time waster even if it isn't so much spam.

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Why optimization isn't always automation

When automation methods in your marketing strategy become toxic. Once you identify those negative habits, you have reached the balance that is optimization. This article sets True North up as the customers go-to authority on like topics.

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Discovering better brand-film ideas

How can you create a steady stream of video ideation and brand film script opportunities? This post will show you how to discover the inspiration needed for a video diary of your brand that circulates around concrete ideas for a final brand film that encompasses the brand's total purpose.

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Supporting apps for pitch creation

Stimulating the news app economy doesn't have to end with the broadcast. Say you have an idea for an app that helps indie journalists create media pitches and send them out to targeted publications that accept simultaneous submission pitches. Where is the market for that? Can you pull it off? Applicaster has the insights.

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Producing Brand Films For YouTube Audience

Observe trending brand films. How can you get yours out there in a way that makes a thunderclap among all the others? What are the pros of those films that are trending? What are their cons? Rational Animal has the insights into what makes great brand entertainment while also selling the story of what you sell(without ever being a sales pitch)

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Identify and Overcome Brand Narcissism

When your brand is for the community, the community must be the central focus of the brand. How do you identify your branding habits that may make your advertisements appear to be directed toward the brand's self-interests? How to improve the mutual benefit image of your community brand.

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Where brand advocacy and bad parenting meet

At what point does your brand advocacy strategy become a negative enabler for brand mistakes? Identifying where brand advocacy and bad parenting intersect. How to help your brand become a metaphorical adult so that branding mistakes can be created maturely before they lead to social media crises.

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The Editor's Desk: Apps for better story quality

If you have an idea that marries the best of a news app with something like Grammarly's proofreading, you have created a virtual editor's desk. Where's the demand for your app? How do you get the people who need what you've developed to find you? How do you find them? All of these questions are explored and answered by Applicaster.

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Are you paying too much for seasonal ad-tech boosts?

When it comes to real cost comparison metrics, have you been paying too much for boost in your ad promotion around the summer sales seasons? Get better cost comparison and more for your money's worth this year. Learn to make your promotions evergreen so your ROI will stretch the promotional value into other seasons. 1

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Paying too much to stimulate SEO (when you go all-natural)

Compare the cost difference from how much you paid to increase your SEO traffic rapidly when you could have paid far less and gotten the same result organically. Cost-reduction post with a tone honed specifically to give Sure Oak distinction.

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Outsource in the Outback: Keeping the Aussie Voice

This is how the Outsource Heroes stimulate Australian economy all while keeping the voice consistent.

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Apps that promote style consistency

Some media personnel struggle to find their unique voice while also maintaining the decorum of media and broadcast creation. Say that you created an app that promotes style consistency as it tracks the creative's unique choices to style usage ratio. This post will gauge the demand for your innovation and the need for practical style to unique balance. Tips and marketplace review.

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The delicate crisis customer relationship

How your response to your customer in an insurance crisis scenario can create lifetime brand loyalty or sear your brand over. This post has some time-relevant scenarios.

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Why branding still needs Story

Story has been an essential part of human life for eons. In branding, even though we need practical language, we still need Story to reach many audiences. What are the elements of heroic fairy tales, mysteries, fables, thrillers, romances and the like that grip each target demographic? How can you learn to use Story in your creative measures again?

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Improving Call Center CX/Communication

The greatest damper to call center customer experience is the communications hiccups in customer service. Training your customer service team to go above and beyond expectation is the first step in making the call center beyond effective.

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Direct marketing under GDPR

Now that GDPR is here and the impact on digital advertising is estimated we have a better metric. How will data regulations impact your direct marketing strategies? What you need to do to get the same and better effectiveness even so.

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Using eCommerce marketing to your advantage

The internet becomes the apex of business more each day. With eCommerce marketing, you are embracing the future while also optimizing the present.Way2Digital has the latest.

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Defending your rights with changing data regulations

Data regulations like GDPR have sparked raw controversy. Know your rights. Know the loopholes in problematic issues. With this essential report, you will be prepared for all of the red tape that can come your way.

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Saving Large on Your Home Automation

Not all home automation/audio services are equal. They don't all save you equal amounts of money, either. With audio den, get a better quality installation. See how much you save. This is the source.

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Global B2B Post-Trade Tensions

A follow up to branding in the wake of global trade tensions. How can you market around an elephant in the room? This is the expert opinion.

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Keywords: B2B,WTO,global,trade,tension,disruption,solution

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Content by The Hour: Why you should make your timed posts timely

If you post in the morning, should your content reflect morning thoughts and language? If lunchtime, then should it be briefer and something easily digested with the midday meal. Content posted around the clock needs to reflect the face of the day to get the best attention span value. Here's how you can make that work.

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Sensing Synergies: Why you need to be specific

Recent complaints from the receiver of a "similar synergies" sales pitch got me to thinking. What do we even mean when we say our businesses have similar synergies? How do we get specific along with creative when we're trying to reach out to a potential client we have never met before? This post shows that the synergies may not need to be spoken. What if our robotic analysts can find those? Then we can frame a more humanly specific message to send out.

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Why random creative sales pitches are counterproductive

I've recently seen a colleague's complaints about random"synergy sales" pitches. This post breaks down why random pitches, no matter how creative, are counterproductive, even costly, to your business.

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The Daily Cycle of Content

More content is viewed in the morning than any other time, as users reach for their mobiles first. This post shows why content should reflect the time of day your readers are viewing it and how to make that tone felt for a stronger attention span.

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Something Borrowed, Something Clear: Launch times of similar products

In recent news, Coca-Cola has launched a product labeled "Coca-Cola Clear" which is a colorless lemon-accented version of the brand's traditional flavor. Many remarks that this Japan-exclusive product is overly similar to Pepsi Crystal which made its initial debut circa 1990. Coca-Cola itself has a similar product to this in 1992 that was called Tab Clear. Do the country exclusive placement, name change, and timing make a significant difference for this product?

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Keywords: product launch,product placement

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Optimal Products vs. Optical Illusions: Why not all hardware is equal

Enforces the power of the XKL kit by indirectly citing the reasons other hardware units do not work as well. This post breaks the story down into low-jargon bits of explanation that are only technical when they need to be.

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Making your ads work harder by collateral impact

Ad campaigns are lacking in security and simultaneous uniqueness. If you can get the two working together, working smarter and making a collateral impact you have achieved a greater ad campaign.

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Keywords: ad tech,campaign,creative,security

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Improving the Unified Experience Across Channels

So, what is it exactly about Wowsome that makes the unified experience better? This post explores what you need to have in place.

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Single guy personal shopping in a female oriented retail

Facing the facts that even online retail seems to have a female bias, how can you buy what you want for your personal needs and get the male perspective on the product? This post gives you some insights to source a guy-oriented product service in a marketplace that is rigged intentionally or unintentionally for the female consumer. That sets up single men for failure. This post breaks it down to overcome the wife-shopper mindset and get you the best deal.

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Closing the distance between mobile cold chain shipments

Innovating to make cold reefers more and more mobile. Follow up from Cryopak's perspective of a recent buzz in this field. An unmentioned competitor recently launched 22 electric reefer prototypes. This is the story that springboards a deeper look into mobile packaging versatility.

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Keywords: reefers,cold chain,prototype

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Balancing Automated Characters with Human Interaction

After the most recent update about the social problems caused by Japan's Gatebox, we have to conclude that automated characters need a better balance with human customer service. Defining better customer service policies that merge the best of both worlds more naturally.

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Keywords: automation,customer service,customer experience

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Planning your ad strategy around the clock

Recent reviews show that more people are checking mobile phones than any other activity in the early morning hours. This means that more eyes are seeing your ads right at waking. Are they really grabbing their attention, then? Not if they aren't toned correctly for their attention span at that time of the day. This post focuses on the different times of the day and the different attention grabbers people are presented with at those times. How to plan your ads so that they get seen and noticed.

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Marketing Around Popular Activities

Daytime mobile checking. Nighttime meal search. All of these are typical timed ad and marketing campaigns. What if you can plan your marketing with an even stronger APB? What if you can target it to match with popular activities throughout the day like company coffee breaks, child care pick up mobile check specific times, etc. This post gives you insights for the new marketing professional into industry tricks for doing this.

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Caring for seniors during natural disasters

When tragedy strikes a neighborhood, as many headlining reports have shown, it impacts every member of the community. The senior is no exception. How can you keep their care quality levels equally high while also competing with the natural crisis?

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GDPR: Know your rights

GDPR changes many things. Not your rights. Know what your rights are to continue enjoying your freedoms online. Get back to business. Switch Digital makes it plain for you.

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Keywords: GDPR,digital marketing,data laws

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CX for Hospitality Brands Online

"We built the site for the Atlantic hotel. Now we'll break it down for you. What makes for awesome customer experience online in the hospitality niche?" This post details the logic train Switch Digital used when prepping the site for the Atlantic Hotel. What makes this site worthy of its East Coast hospitality client? How do you enhance the customer experience online?

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Responsive Design for Finance Brands

Finance is a strictly business venue. Thus, the design factor is often overlooked. Finesse is part of the appeal in a powerful finance brand. How can you translate the elegant bank interior concepts to the web? Switch Digital breaks down the art form.

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Add One: How social plus empowers your brand

You know of many marketing agencies. What makes ours different? This post is our brand manifesto allowing you to see what we see and know that we are the right one up for every branding move you make from now on. Level up with Social Plus agency.

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Raising You: What SC Social Does Better

There is a plethora of professionals now in the digital marketing sphere. Many have more bells and whistles. What is it about SC that raises the stakes? This post is our brand declaration. This is what makes us better and different than all the rest. This is what we do for you that no one else will do. What kind of cost-cutting we can slip in there while we're at it.

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Avoiding a Dot-Com Case: Smarter Fintech Investment

Don't get caught up in hype. Invest in fintech that has an evergreen life to your business on all fronts. Austin Lawrence explores issues that might make an investment a poor decision for your brand. This is what you should do instead.

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Course Correction: The pledge to resolve more debt sooner

Is it possible to earn gross income that can delete the debt burden from early operation years? TKO Miller helps your fledgling business to absolve the debts of both student careers and capital raising as early in the game as possible, without any ridiculous ploys.

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Can you reach salary equivalent earnings through nDash.co?

This post explores what you would need to do to reach the equivalent of a salaried position in nDash earnings. The plans, the pitching guides, all of this may not be enough if you don't help solicit brands or use business schematics. This post will help you hit those marks.

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Before Every Adventure: Tech Safety

An updated and fun look at aerial tech safety for all the new products on the site.

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The Inside Review of Architect Automation

You've read our report on drones in the architectural space. Now see our review of other automation technology that will amplify this industry. PHP is committed to bringing you cutting-edge information on available trade tools and news.

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What to target when retooling management metrics for AI/Cloud

So much to do and little time before all competition switches to the Cloud. If you're already a little behind with that, this post puts you back on track. The latest in martech development.

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Brand's Best Friend: The long and short of our story

What makes Good Natured Dog the go-to source for your video productions? We're going to break it down for you using the character of the best dog you ever knew. Because as a dog is man's best friend, we are brand's best friend. We're not planning on slowing down chasing customer cars, dreams, and elusive content plot bunnies either.

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Getting the Hidden Value out of AI/Cloud with your cross-selling

The Cloud is uber popular now, but still fairly new. Your business may have yet to tap into the full potential of Cloud and AI for your cross-selling procedures.

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Keywords: cross-selling,AI,Cloud,B2B,sales

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Practical Applications of AI: AI as sales agents

Tapping into the creative potential of AI in closing sales deals. Focusing on the nest eggs that set AI apart in the sales industry. How to practically involve them in the pre-sales, closing and other virtual parts of the digital sales venture.

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Keywords: AI,sales,applications,practical

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Going Deeper: Re-enforcement Machine Learning and ROI

The technology behind data augmentation is improving. If we look at specific enhancements to machine learning and data augmentation, we see that the speed of data loads is reaching further than in recent months. How can this technical potential improve our practical applications? What can deeper deep learning do for your ROI?

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Keywords: data augmentation,ROI,machine learning,enhancement,AutoAugment

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Machine Learning Revolution: Updates to watch for

At the cusp of a machine learning revolution...That is the phrase now being bandied about in various professional circles. This post highlights the workload capacities we can soon anticipate. What this means for your practical applications.

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Keywords: machine learning,workloads,updates,news,AI

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Adding Suspense to Your Content

All of your favorite thriller novels and films follow a basic setup formula. Applying similar rules to your content will make it a page scroller, willing audiences to come back to it.

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Powering up the data workload with new programming

These recent updates highlight what the new programming opportunities can mean for data workload. Find out how your business can practically use these features.

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This Week In Digital Art

Find the newest use of creative digital features. What is available for your creative ambitions?

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Auto Augmentation: How fast-thinking AI will change data

This post takes the study of AI automation deeper, exploring how recent updates in augmentation automation will impact the speed of AI and machine learning. How your business will practically adapt these new opportunities for even faster, better practical actions like sales, marketing, media, etc.

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Keywords: auto,augmentation,AI,Cloud 2.0,data workload

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Stronger Story: Apps that make headlines work harder

The abundance of content can cause headaches for media and marketers. It's one thing to have a plethora of existing content to feature. It's another to have headlines that work harder for it. Building your apps with features that make your existing stories work harder is the key to success. This post will explore all the recent branding trends that can help you do that.

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Sticky Story: Creating content that creates content

A strong feature story is an asset. A bunch of strong headliners that magnetically pull other well-informed content to them is priceless. How can your apps work harder by making the swirl of existing presentable content online work with your story for stronger content resonation? This post watches the marketable aspects that you need to know to make apps that create not just sticky branding, but sticky story.

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How "sticky" branding works

Did you ever walk over a piece of chewing gum? It stuck to your shoe and fell off only after it got old. That was a negative analogy of something sticky that found staying power latched onto you. Suppose you could harness that ability but turn it into a positive thing? That's what sticky branding is about. This post highlights a positive "sticky branding" situation for you to stay with your customers longer.

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Power of Picture: Renewing visual news

They say the picture is worth a thousand words. That means that every image you create and display sends your story roaring forward with as much impact as every article or feature you produce. Image is critical but abundant. Your audience has been wowed beyond belief. Put staying power into picture, renew visual news. This post explains how Applicaster's for OTT can breathe new life into an image/picture diluted audience.

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Siri and the Broadcast: bringing news to the virtual assistant

More people are on their smartphones upon waking up than ever before. With Applicaster's creative daring, dictating the news via the virtual assistant can become a more attractive option. What is the marketability of like schemes? How can channeling your app to reach your audience in more places have a greater impact on the way news drives forward?

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Cutting the Chatter: App-monitoring spam and filler content

As the speed of data workloads increases with recent platform updates, we can use this to our advantage in via subtraction. How can our apps delete spambot ads and audit filler content sooner to cycle our dashboard's clean? This post will explore all the market opportunities you need to be prepared for that can make a better content presentation quality possible for you. VoltDB is your source for app-monitoring solutions.

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An App for Every Season: Creating scarcity in digital products

Delving into the overabundance of apps and content, how can you create brand scarcity for the product you've created? What drives the quality of your product against digital market saturation? The insights here will equip you with evergreen practicals to use in applying user experience.

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Distributing Content Under the UK's New Data Laws

These are the rules of thumb to apply when launching campaigns to the UK in the middle of its changing political structures. How data rules change the way you approach tasks you have become overly familiar with executing. How to breathe new life into the content you present your UK audience.

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Carpet Bombing: Why mass media pitching often fails

If you sent a generic media pitch to dozens of reporters all at once, you were probably disappointed. The reason was the fact they all got the same note. For a pitch to be successful in the press, it has to be news that the reporter would personally be ready to tell. Here's the better approach to pitching for a green PR department.

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Why even strong content could use a fluff-trim down

Even the best content we produce can have fluff and flaws. This is because of the plethora of content swarming the market today. To keep up with the stream of ideas, we often put out a piece that is a little puffy on first publication. Evasion starts with an audit. By creating more scarcity for your content, you drive more quality. Why you need to do this, and tips to begin.

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Why marketing automation and marketing scarcity should co-exist

You need a constant response increase with your martech. This is why you can't afford to slow down in post generations and marketing automation. Still, the abundance of like content in the digital sphere has made information scarcity a bit of a problem. Pinpointing the reasons why you need to balance marketing automation with creating content scarcity. Tips for how to begin this effort.

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Creating content scarcity in your enterprise marketing

The abundance of available content out there creates an X-factor problem for digital marketing. On the one hand, you need constant automation to meet the demand for new content. On the other, the abundance of information brings down the exclusivity of your content. Instead of focusing on more content, you should be focusing on content that works to create information scarcity. Here's how you can audit to make your content work harder and faster as it keeps your brand floating above saturation.

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Nurturing your brand's ecosystem

It's one thing to put out an abundance of marketing material. It's another for your brand to grow itself organically. To do that, the system needs nurture. Here are the steps for eliminating unhealthy system aspects and planting better ones.

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UX Audits: Eliminating the sub-standard content from your CX

Today's strategies focus on providing more and more, but maybe the secret actually lies in less. How can brands audit results for the CX that are more exclusive in their brand directedness and eliminate results that have little value? This is the martech trend watch report on topic.

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Depicting your brand's "character"

Follows the same methods as Ben Gentile's take on citizen journalism. Why finding and depicting a character avatar for your customer in brand filming is so important. How to execute this powerfully.

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Street Journalism: Upping demand generation through user-generated content

Creating apps that give your audience an in-road to be part of your story is an essential part of demand generation drive. Your apps can sponsor an on-the-ground coverage and by plugging in a new empathy level with the audience. This post will cover all the martech/media trends that are currently doing this in essence. It will then conclude by showcasing how we can take the current options one step further.

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Why persuasion in content should be organically generated

Persuasion skills are in hyped demand. Yet, persuasion is a skill best tempered when organically generated. No one likes to be"talked into" something. If your content has the right power in the story and product featuring elements, the persuasion happens with more spontaneity. Nowspeed breaks down the rights of the customer for a better persuasion courtesy skill set.

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Tariff Tensions: Cost-reduction loopholes post headline policies

The tariff tensions in global trade have been making headlines for weeks now. At the everyman level, what is the impact? This report seeks to set forth a clear path for cost-reduction schemes in spite of the problems that tariff debates crop up.

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Global Trade Concierge: Better US/Canada relations

Define how GTC app betters the relationship between US and Canada shipments. Focuses on smoothing over recent problems by making the path for form compliance smoother. Simplifies the technical jargon. Provides a call to action so that the GTC subscriber knows to stay up to speed with follow up reports.

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Revenant Advertising: Making a comeback in a fatigued industry

Cheddar reported recently that ad business was suffering a near-death experience. Is this true? Or are advertisement agencies simply adapting to the changing content times to overcome? Valpak showcases the places where you need to evolve to match the times in the target industry.

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Bringing health to the hard-to-reach places

Among many things, the perks of mobile health extend to getting health care into difficult access places. Places touched with poverty like the Bay Area San Francisco, California could deeply benefit from products like these. Follow Orb Health as we bring you the story of the everyday patient and how Orb Health impacts them on the personal level. How Orb Health can bring hope and healing to a health care crisis in America.

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Keywords: mobile health,Bay Area,affordable care

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Mobile Health Options For Seniors

Some mobile health solutions like diabetes monitoring have been difficult to attest as beneficial. This report examines the pros and cons of applying mobile solutions to senior care. What options exist that can make your care of your patient simpler? Find that in our demographic study here.

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The entrepreneur's guide to welcoming hardship

Sounds extreme. Still, hardship is a sign of growth in your business pursuit. Don't resist changes. Embrace them. As it turns out, with a bit of careful mathematics you can forecast the ROI of hardship situations. Hardships drive innovation and effort increases. Effort produces more opportunities by probabilistic odds.

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Peace of Mind for PTSD: Efforts for veteran innovations

Though mobile care apps are sometimes lacking in successful clinical value trials, we believe all technology has the power to change the world. Our veterans need constant care. By creating a pathway for more successful mobile innovations, our brand ensures that everyone receives constant care. Especially those who jeopardized their mental health for public safety. Call it an ROI for them. Call it progress and passion for us.

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The cap that zaps your hair back: Which to buy and which will fry

Just for Men's coverage of the latest laser therapy cap market. This is a collected review of those that work phenomenally and those that are scary and may burn more hair than grow back.

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Mathematics of Successful Pitch Rate

Pitching can often seem like a shot in the dark. Yet there is a numerical set of probabilistic odds you can even out. Take the mathematical approach to your pitch rate to forecast what your minimum earnings will be if you pitch X amount of times with 1-10 percent acceptance rate. Use successful pitches to determine the likelihood of success based on target publications to even your odds of higher acceptance.

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Better Content Requires Better Timining

Want your content to work harder? Time the debut better. Think With Google recently released a review on "near me" changes. Your customers don't just want a location anymore. They are looking for a) things to do b) where to do them and c) times to do them in. Using that same philosophy, plan your content to show them the what, where and when around the times they will be interested in looking up those things. Release bleeding edge content around their leisure or wake up for max efficiency.

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Time is Right: Attracting your journalist at the right time

Your pitch may be perfect in all the right ways. Yet if it comes to your journalist at the wrong time, it can fall short. Let it fall too far into the pile and it will not be recovered in time to be newsworthy. Rag the journalist to look at your pitch, and you will alienate your relationship with them. Instead, use Reportable's wonder toolkit to get the perfect pitch out in perfect time.

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Swimming in Smaller Ponds: Targeting reporters by niche

A common mistake businesses make when pitching their news release is rolling their pitch out like red carpet to every journalist that walks by. Finding the perfect reporter for your pitch means following the niche they thrive in. Make your news clear. Show why it matters to that reporter. Show why the timing is right. Build rapport and then build a professional relationship.

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Timing Content for Viewer's Eyes Truly

You may have come up with a piece that supernova blasted the foundations out of the planet. If you release it in the middle of the night on a Tuesday, will anybody see it? Timing your content so that it is in front of your viewers when they are reading it sets the tone that your posts are up to the speed of their lives. Your information is for their eyes truly.

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Rocking Rapport: Taking network marketing higher

Want to elevate your network marketing scheme? These are the recent rockstar techniques that have touchdown win rates in rapport building. Upline has the story.

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10 Essentials to Escalate Your Network Marketing

Want to succeed in network marketing? These 10 things are non-negotiable. Upline has the story.

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10 Techniques That Own Network Marketing

These 10 key techniques will make your network marketing game. Failing to do these will break it. It's that important. Find the full report here.

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Trending Now: The network marketing techniques gone viral

Why do these crazy network marketing techniques work? We'll break it down for you bit by bit. You can now use each one of these to whet the edge of your rapport. Seat yourself in a class above par excellence.

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Above Trending: Taking network marketing higher

These trends are topping all the lists. Can we take it higher? What techniques in this less exceptional even among their trend technique peers? If we can single these out, we can apply hyper techniques from their choice selection. This will take network marketing to a whole new tier that tops all trending lists.

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7 Things That Indicate Powerhouse CRM

If you're looking for CRM, these 7 factors are non-negotiables. Never pay for less than powerhouse CRM that makes conversions smooth sailing and the customer relationship a lifelong affair.

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Think Above Google: Optimizing for all search engines

While Think With Google has some prime cut ideas, don't only bank on those ideals for your advertising. Always keep creating so that your post will be prepared for all the search engines to pick it up. Your audience may not be in the mainstream venue. Target your customers like APB and find them where they hang out most.

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Ship Sinkers: Things that kill current SEO

SEO is always changing. Sometimes we skip a few steps that were critical in keeping up with these changes. It may not always be the end of the world. Sometimes the steps we miss sink the whole ship. Find out what things you are currently still doing or have failed to do that are completely SEO toxic. Semantic Ocean has the latest.

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Things Which Kill Dynamics CRM

CRM is a constantly changing platform. Sometimes the things you do are completely benign-neither adding or subtracting from the effort. Then there are things which completely kill your process. Find out what, when, and how.KiZAN has the latest.

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Point Break: 7 Things CRM Cannot Do Without

These are the 7 criteria that have to exist for CRM to do its wonders. Find these things and bring them out with smarter efforts rather than headache workloads. Upline has the story.

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The First Opinion: Why Americans Go After Agent One

What is the psychology behind going with the first real estate agent the home buyers interview? Why do they go with the first agent they interview 70% of the time. Conversely, what makes the other 30% seek a second opinion?This post follows the buyer's journey from their perspective. This is how you understand what they need and what takes them to jump at the first interview. How Universal Promote can provide more options up front for A_Z range of opinions.

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Driving creative demand generation with analytics

Practical applications of data analytics rise in new modes every day. Highlight the trail data can blaze for your demand generation schemes. This post covers the path you can take to reach better results sooner. Honing the precision of your scheme for a more creative ad approach. TABS has insights of the latest breaking.

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Know Your Fire Safety Policy

Before you ever agree to rent anywhere, you will want to know safety facts about your building, district, and other property zone factors. This post will bring to light how to get fire safety information or how to request that assistance from your real estate agency.

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Boosting Your eCommerce SEO Traffic

eCommerce is an exploding industry. Learn how to reap the benefits of e-Commerce SEO to optimize your traffic. SureOak has the latest.

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Optimal eCommerce Marketing Summer 2018

How to take eCommerce marketing by the horns this summer. Making it work to your advantage as eCommerce takes on more power. These exclusive techniques have been scanned for hype.

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Keywords: eCommerce,summer,2018,optimal

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Street Journalism: Marketing that takes the story to the audience

We're not your typical agency. We believe in bringing you real-time story. This is your brand. It's not going to make a difference in a CRM software platform or on a WordPress editor. It will only impact once it's on the street. Find out how to get it there in the hands and iPhones of the people who carry your brand's legacy forward. This piece technically takes demand generation and user-generated content and finds the merge between them.

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Exceeding Expectation: Just how far can your regulatory software take you?

Follow up to a recent EHS report from Velocity that surveyed 37 companies. This report may not need be cited. This is the BioRAFT updated on exceeding compliance expectation. Where you need to be to have stellar metrics that work smarter for you so you stay safer.

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Keywords: EHS,news,compliance,metric,regulatory,health,client,culture,company

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Power to the Locals: E-gov in the BOCC

Following the example of this recent report from Hernando County, Florida. How the Board of County Commissioners and the Community Redevelopment Agency used e-government to establish the Kass Circle plan. This story showcases how e-government best empowers local governments. What options exist for a county commission to use these metrics for more stable project execution? Folio can bring you up to speed.

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Why Estonia went full-barrel for egoverment

Estonian e-government activists found the applications were so important, they practically forced them in place. Why were they so certain digital identity was an absolute must? This post will show you the story from the eyes of Estonia. Why digital identity empowers us to change things like funding dispensation deficits, etc.

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Understanding the politics of egovernment and ecommerce

As things become more virtual, your business model will have to plan for virtual politics. How to be prepared for the politics of e-government and e-commerce policies that intersect in places.

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Growth Estimation Issues With Gig Economy

The gig economy hasn't gotten bigger according to recent reports from a LinkedIn trending column. Could this be caused by conflated results or is the gig economy actually struggling? This report takes into account what is a "petty cash gig" weighed against "solopreneurs" and how to watch the growth in a smaller demographic for better forecasting results.

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Spiking Starbucks Costs: A rise in competitive stakes

As Starbucks raises menu items costs to cover the rate of restaurant expansion, competition pockets are opened. How do chain monopolies reflect on smaller units like private delis? This report will focus on what the amassing monopoly of a major chain can mean for independent branches. These are positive stakes.

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How the Hawaiian Volcanic Crisis Impacts Produce Imports

Because it's time we talk about what's happening in the natural world. How will this recent volcanic crisis impact the gross volume sale prices of Hawaiian cash crops like coconuts, pineapples, Hawaiian corn, etc?

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Bridging the Gap for Customer Success: Why you need an advocate

Exploring the lesser-known role of customer success professionals. Your business may be falling short of finding better insurance plans because you are using an outdated policy. Finding an advocate who can bridge the gap for you is an essential must.

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The Politician Bubble: How data clarifies public sentiment

Data will breach gaps in politician understanding of public sentiment about various policies. Why receiving a completely unbiased statistical rate of public sentiment is better for the votes in a republic system. IQM has the latest reports on better e-government relations.

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Brexit Backstops: The impact made on Pacific imports into the UK

The current Brexit backstops plans have been a subject of confusion and debate for many who have followed the Brexit plan story. With the UK customs in a quandary over this debate, how will this impact import goods from Pacific offices into the United Kingdom?

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The Fault in Our Speech: Combating Unprofessional PR

Reports on rising trends in "hate speech" may be problematic in that they don't address the core problem. Whether from hate, fear, stigmatism, brand competition or otherwise, no amount of unprofessionalism should be tolerated by your PR team.InkHouse brings you back to the basics of PR decorum.

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Bitter Wine: Trade Tensions and Wine Exports

The California wine crop is severely damaged. At this moment, exports are looking more promising. Will a recent dispute between the Australian winemakers and their Chinese buyers spike wine export prices? A look at the common problems surrounding Pacific routed products.

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Loopholes: Planning for server breaches before they exist

We'll use the MyHeritage DNA server breach as an example. Preventing a server breach could be as simple as forecasting potential weaknesses before any are known to exist. Then, with the proper predictive analytics tools and other programming tools, we can defend against them. How the misfortune of one company could have a positive outcome by teaching others the problems to watch for. TruePath does the legwork for the full insight.

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Keeping Email Alive After GDPR

Email is still a key part of marketing. It won't be fading out of marketing essentials any time soon. How to keep it alive properly even after the GDPR changes.

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Selecting TMS That With the Most ROI on Cost Reduction

The criteria that Transportation Management Systems must-have to yield the highest ROI on cost-reduction. Find loopholes in cycling revenue to save the most shelf-value on it.

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Investing in GFRP for Fiber Diversity

Is GFRP a cost-efficient solution for your reinforcement models? This post breaks down the cost comparison weighed against other fibers. Is the growing market justifiable? How to map clear cost-reduction and receive the best value. The latest.

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Nation-State Attacks Threaten The Majority of Businesses

How to prepare against them so that you never fall prey to the collateral damage. IANS has the latest.

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Defending Your Company Against Nation-State Threats

Nation-State threats now threaten every sector. Find your place in this tier. Defend your status online. iCorps Technologies brings you the full report.

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Selling Back to People: Giving the public their data back

This is how the data monopolies of the world have misused modern data, based on recent reports over Facebook data sales to a Chinese company posted as a flight risk for data security. This post shows the path companies must take to give the public their data back.

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G7 Summit Update: How the outcome will impact customs

Following the G7Summit Update. Forecasting the impact the summit's debates will have on customs relations. Particularly on what will take place with tariffs. What businesses need to plan tighter cost-reduction schemes around directly based on G7's results.

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A Guide To Summer Weather Awareness

The outdoors is the ideal relaxation zone 98% of the time. When inclement weather strikes, it can turn dangerous in mere seconds. This guide will help you keep a metric of weather patterns even if you are out of the WiFi zone and beyond the reach of the digital forecast.

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Trade Relations and Automotives: Your costs will stay affordable

Toyota of Canada's weigh-in on the struggles of geopolitical trade tensions at the moment. While steel could impact imports and manufacturing for automakers across borders, this is Toyota's commitment to keeping lot costs at the same affordable base for the average consumer. A look at Toyota's views on cost reduction and the importance of foreign trade placidity.

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Single CLO B At Your Risk, But For How Long?

Single CLO B securities have been making a comeback. Take your risks in these investments with confidence. But how long with this trend last? When should you start to wind down your risk-taking? We have the full report on investing boldly but wisely.

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Proactively Defending Against Nation-State Threats

They are happening all over now. Everyone is impacted. How can your team stay seven steps ahead of the attackers? Always be prepared for attacks as if they were actually near to happening. Never stop. We have the latest updates in defensive cybersecurity.

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Initial Defense for Nation-State Threats

You need to be prepared before they arrive. These are the steps you take to ensure that all of your data is ready. A good defense is better than the offensive measure the majority of the time. For the times that can't be counted on, we have solutions.

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Outset Defense Against Nation-State Threats

There's nothing new under the sun, they say. Nation-State threats may only now be gaining public attention, but all threats share some common psychology. Learn how to defend against nation-state threats from the outset. These practical rules of thumb along with anomalies to watch for will jumpstart you. Folio has the full report.

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Taking on Nation-State Threats With Business Intelligence

Keeping your consumer data confidential is the first step in digital business longevity. This is the full report prepared to give you the first line of defense against nation-state threat anomalies. Where do business intelligence and machine software come into play? Blue Cloud has the story.

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Assembling the Nation-State Threat Defense Dream Team

You want an elite team in your IT department defending you against groundbreaking security breach anomalies. IntePros prepares the full report to give you actionable insights into the recurring observations of nation-state threats.

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Taking Initiative Against Nation-State Threat In Your Cloud

Be prepared for the anomalies gaining public attention. ARC EPM has the full report in observations that repeat themselves through observed nation-state threat situations. Be ready to cancel out every flagrant issue. Strengthen every weak link in your data for a secure Cloud.

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Defending Against Nation-State Threat 2x Speed

As your cloud speeds up, your need to protect it must accelerate. Stay informed. Know the anomalies that have presented themselves in these attacks. Find the patterns that can result in traceability. Wasabi Technologies has the report.

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Staying In Front of Nation-State Threats

These are the anomalies that you need to watch for to keep your consumer's data safe in your care. Every digital entity now faces this threat. Stay informed. Watch the signs. Chaos Sumo has the full story.

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Taking Step One Again Nation-State Threats

It's time you stay a step ahead of nation-state threats. These are the anomalies that you need to watch for. This is how you form predictive strategies against it. Sqrrl has the report.

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When to Update to Faster Ethernet

This year has seen great potential for ethernet. It's also seen an unprecedented data and cloud growth. If your business has not already taken the initiative to update the network to handle the blooming loads, now is an opportune time. Find out what options exist to propel your ethernet to greater speeds.

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Shield Against Nation-State Threat

Cropping issues with cyber attack anomalies require tighter defense mechanisms. Learn how to ward your network against those attacks receiving recent public attention. Nation-State threats now impact every sector. These steps will give you a more confidential barrier against them.

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Planning around the tariff impact on fiber production

Will material cost tariffs significantly impact the cost of fiber cable production? How will these costs impact us at the brokerage level? Forecast your cost reduction options. Install great telecom value at a more affordable cost. Avotus has the story.

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Keywords: total telecom cost management,cost reduction,EM

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Cost-Reduction Options for Materials Post Tariff Impositions

In recent news, foreign countries will retaliate against US material tariffs with tariffs of their own. This increases concerns that material costs will rise at the retailer level. Which cost reduction loopholes are available to decrease the expenses your firm has on material purchase? PHP has an insight report.

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Cost-Reduction of Installations Post-Tariff Feud

In the wake of the spurring trade disputes, retaliation tariffs have been imposed. How will this affect the price of telecom system installations? GlobeNet follows the story to give you a clear picture of material cost spikes. Plan your cost-reductions around these shipments issues with careful negotiations at the retailer/brokerage level. Will the tariffs be alleviated post-G7 or increased? Globe Net has the full report.

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Retaining Industry Cost Stability With Fiber Trade Post-Tariff Dissent

The news surrounding tariff regulations for the world has been confusing at best. With media bias straining this information, businesses have been hard-pressed to form a factual opinion sans political bias. How will you retain industry expense stability with this tariff dissent between GTA partners? Cross River Fiber has formed an elite, neutral political report on the material cost fluctuations, cost reduction negotiation points, etc.

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Keywords: fiber,cost reduction,cost efficiency,trade,economic

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Loopholes For Potential Solar Production Cost Spikes

Recent reports intimate that the world trade tariff spike may weigh down solar manufacturing costs. Where are the cost reduction loopholes? Telamon has solutions for a more efficient expense portfolio.

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Keywords: cost reduction,cost efficiency,budgeting,solar

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5 Essentials For Optimal UX on Your StartUp Site

You have a lower budget when you first launch your business' digital campaign. Here are 5 essential steps for top-line UX at the lowest possible cost.

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Keywords: cost-efficiency,digital,UX,startup,website

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The Must-Haves of Digital Branding in Summer 2018

Everything in the digital scape changes at half a moment's notice. This post will detail everything you need for this summer season 2018 to firmly establish a digital presence.

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The Near and Far of Brand Curation Scaling

If we want to brand to scale, we have to think of our curation in near terms and far terms, in terms of public and private, in terms of many customers and only one all at once. This post will define better perspectives of brand curation to give us an enhanced competitive edge.

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Should we update the interview system?

A recent case has been made against doing interviews. Should we do away with them altogether? Is it better, instead, for us to update the methods we use? This post has solutions based on the expertise of Hub Recruiting.

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Timing and Stability: Strong Network Marketing from Scratch

New to this? There are trends in network marketing that have long-legged reach, and there are key points that stay relatively the same. This report will break all of those things into more actionable bits for you.

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Keywords: network marketing,key points,trends,stability,marketability

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Planning seasonal cost-reductions

So, you want to save money on your next project's material costs? Do you have a spending portfolio in place? With this report, you can plan an efficient summer building project and save large amounts on material costs.

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Keeping Your Email Content Confidential

Receiving an email should be a pleasant opportunity. The contents of said email should never put the end-receiver at risk. Here we will detail the steps you should take to sensor your direct marketing emails to keep them safe from security risk content.

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Preserving Your Material Cost-Reduction Post Tariff Disputes

Following the G7 Summit tariff dispute. Will tariff impositions reflect on fiber material costs? If so, how can your business renegotiate shipping terms and other loopholes for tighter cost-reduction at the retail and assembly level? NGN has this report that will peel back the layers of political fluff and give you a more precise coverage.

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Security for Mobile Hospital Systems

Vulnerable by their professional nature, mobile hospitals have unique security needs. GuardKnox has the solutions that protect your systems from sabotage.

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7 Things to Exclude from CRM

We can look for 7 pro things we want in a solid CRM system. What about 7 negative counterparts that we want to avoid? With these 7, you will have a better idea of what you do not want in your CRM based on your field of business.

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3 Unexpected Results of Market Research

There are many preconceived outcomes we intend to gain from market research. What about the pleasant surprises? This post explores those times when we were pleasantly surprised by the results market research drove.

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3 Things To Never Include While Studying Focus Groups

We focus on what we should include to drive better market research. What about the things we should exclude for better-honed results? These three things will tighten the belt on your research so you will focus on a more localized field.

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5 Things Your Clients Search Method Says About Your Market

1 . Age/linguistic demographics of the searching party. 2. The geographical location they are likely searching from when the research is strictly digital. 3. Device preferences and therefore payment preferences, browsing preferences, etc. 4. If voice search, then it will show their search habits in their own words Hence, the fourth thing it says about the market is the most frequently used organic search words. 5. Budgets of the searching party when using calculator engine...

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Effective Use of Market Research Determiners

How often does your company use market research? Is it time you adopted paid research, or is it worth its weight?The truth is easier than you think. Market techniques are often only as effective as their implementation. Here's how you use market research to your advantage.

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What does "right to try" mean for the underinsured?

Right to try is a great policy in theory, but how will it be executed for the underinsured and impoverished? This post will follow up the recent signing of the bill so that terminally ill patients with poverty issues can also receive the help they desperately seek.

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Prepping Compliance for 'Right to Try'

Prepping your company for the compliance implementation of "Right to Try" act. What costs will exist? This report follows every compliance check you will need to hit, and the loopholes around spiking prices. Save money and clear all checks.

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The Unlikely Benefit of Tariff Disputes in Ports

They say that necessity is the mother of invention. In popular US ports like the Los Angeles port, trade tariffs are actually benefiting in the import levels from the tariffs on Chinese import goods. Imports are spiking higher. As the trade tensions continue to hit harder, this report will show the unlikely good that can come out of trade disputes. Negotiating better cost reduction.

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Keywords: cost reduction,tariff,port,goods

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The Cliffhanger Content Scheme

All thriller books and films follow a basic formula for creating suspense. Adopting that cliffhanger mentality for each of your posts and adapting those techniques to your branding content can turn your content into a page-scrolling periodical customers keep returning to for more.

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Adding the Hook and Cliffhanger to You Content

You want your posts to be engaging and to drive conversions. Adopt the system used in thriller fiction creation. All suspense books or films use a series of techniques to create the suspenseful feeling for the audience. Adapting this to business language will drive your posts for a stronger engagement strategy.

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7 Things Freelance Generated Content Must Have

To drive traffic organically, freelance content must have the power of elite contributor content. This post will give you 7 things that a freelance piece must have to bring an audience back to the brand. 1. Real-Time Value. 2. Reliable resources. 3. Everyman feel...etc.

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Adjusting the PRC For 'Right to Try Act'

This is a brief introduction to the "Right to Try Act". How it will impact the Patient Revenue Cycle and billing management for terminally ill patient plans.

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The Right to Try Act and Home Health Care's Relationship

How will the Right to Try Act impact home health care for terminal patients in hospice or the gravely ill who receive chronic care for life-threatening rare diseases?Alaya Care gives you the full report on billing cycle, cost changes, care options, home care specific options, etc.

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What about back payments/stop payments with AdvicePay?

Every once in a while, billing cycles have problems. Services are canceled. Payments have to be returned. A credit system glitch causes a double payment that needs to be fixed. How do these problems absolve with AdvicePay?

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Guide to Choosing the Right Financial Advisor

In your entrepreneur journey, you may feel that it's wisdom to hire a personal financial advisor at some point. How do you know which one to choose? How do you know which one is bad for your business plan? This post will show you the right path for financial advisor selection. It will do this by eliminating the wrong way to make the choice, or the wrong conditions to make the choice under. It will conclude with some best practices to live by.

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Why Advice Pay Works For Freelance Financial Advisers

Have you started a solo service within the last few weeks? AdvicePay is your billing system of choice. This post breaks it down to give you a sense of security.

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Cost Reduction For Your Sales Process

Cost reduction is sometimes a process of renegotiating service agreements with suppliers and shippers. This post delves into cost reduction plans for a sales process that eliminates hidden cost before it is even detected. Thus, built-in cost reduction always keeps solving for y.

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Rewrite of Webcopy: All needed pages.

Hello, Insurun. I saw that your profile says you need help with web copy. I'm willing to cut you a deal for all the necessary pages. I will focus on all the pages, assuming there are 5 or more.

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Creating Client Safety in Alternative Investments

With complex fiduciary clauses on the rocks, it's time to look closely at alternative investment options for your investment portfolio. In these schemes, you may wonder how you'll keep your investments safe with these new people working a less familiar asset protection angle. This post will break down for the investor and the investment advisor ways to keep client safety at the same high standard even with changing legalese.

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10 Things to Do Instead For Network Marketing Success

These are the 10 things to do instead ofA_B_C when network marketing.

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Marketing Automation that Nurtures the Customer Lifecycle

This has been a primary focus in some spheres of marketing automation 2018. What does it really mean? How can we use marketing automation to nurture the entire customer lifecycle and drive conversions? Here we detail the basic steps to master this effect with marketing automation.

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10 Email Templates/Campaigns at 10 cents per word.

You mentioned you were interested in the longterm? I'm offering my email template creation services. I worked in product email for a company out of Australia last year called YNot Naturals. They made botanicals. I also did work for a nonprofit called Raise a Nation. Email templates are constantly in need of a good switch up. Each template would have various versions to select from. I'm thinking of also making teaser notes so that each email would leave a hook to stay tuned for the next email

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How to advise when politics muddy the waters

Political discussions surrounding investment plans and options are a headache at best. Have you struggled to know the best and unbiased advice to give? This post details the key elements you should work around when avoiding a political slant from misinforming your advising decisions.

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Where Post-sales and Pre-sales Become One

Follow up to the recent video update on your pre-sales process. How to keep your pre-sales always fresh by prepping after every sale. Keeping sales a rolling forward process for revolving conversions.

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Solving the X Factor in Growth Scaling

Even when you have good growth, do you feel you could do better? This post focuses on taking good strategies and solving for the X in that which will turn it into a great strategy.

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Keywords: growth,scale,growth marketing,strategies

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How Right to Try Changes Healthcare Marketing

As the Right to Try Act brings new challenges to the table, here's how the delicate face of B2B marketing for terminal disease research will change. Follows especially cost cycling and how to save.

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Self-Generating Surveys: When the users speak

Making user-generated content work harder and smarter for your website may not be as hard as you think. Here we explore user-generated content tactics. How do these marketing techniques apply to surveys? Can one member of your subscribed audience weigh in with the right topics to formulate user-targeted questions on?

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Digital Cost Reduction in the UAE Following Trade Tensions

Stabilizing costs for digital telephony installation costs across nations following the recent WTO tensions. This is what you need to know to plan a better cost reduction scale. How the recent WTO issues impact the UAE specifically with regards to digital business.

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How Trade Tension Impacts International B2B in Australia

It has been asked before, but not by The Mog. Here it is: Our official insight into the constant trade dispute buzz surrounding the recent international tariff policy sanctions. How will this impact the way you conduct you B2B strategies? How can you work around cost spikes in marketing and sales? We have the latest.

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Keeping Cloud Costs Low Post Trade Tensions

This follows the trade tensions of the last few months following the US disputes with WTO. How have new trade sanctions impacted Cloud installation in UAE? How will you keep your costs stable as the tensions continue to toss around the news? We have the latest solutions.

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Trade After G7: Seasons of Change

After the rocky reporting on G7, what can we expect from trade between Canada and the US? How will this affect the pricing of imports and outports? Which industries are most impacted by the direct results of this summit and why? We have the latest.

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Stripping UX Down for Small Businesses

The fanfare of the large brands doesn't necessarily mean a better user experience. This post will strip down all the myths surrounding UX for the small business to apply.

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Preventing Nation-State Threats to Cyber Security

What are the key things you need to know to keep your systems safe from these threats? A list of at least 5 elements to watch for.

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How AI Amplifies the Scope of Work

How does AI contribute to the scope of work or your sales software? This post will break it down to give you a bigger picture.

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Using Alternative Capital Funding for Real Estate Brokerage

The strategy behind a real estate fund, as per recent news. Defining how the alternative investment market raises capital for real estate brokerage and why banks are not the only way to mortgage housing.

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Alternative Investment in the time of trade tensions

Raising business capital alternatively may now be more attractive than in recent years, as world trade tensions are on a spike. Find out what alternative options exist so you can furnish your business with the right life's blood of capital and also avoid massive debt in the early years of a startup endeavor.

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Privatized Banking Technologies in the Midst of Market Volatility

Investing in infinite banking technologies like blockchain tech-is it a good idea or a money waster? Over these past weeks, the case for Bitcoin is growing weaker. Still, Bitcoin is not blockchain. Do you truly understand privatized banking and how these new technologies improve alternative investment? These techniques will help you make wise investments in new and unproven grounds during market volatility.

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Keywords: infinite banking,market volatility,tech,blockchain,strategies

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Safe Precious Metals Investing in EU Trade Tension

Prime advisors like Bob Moriarty have called the top on Bitcoin and have predicted it will bottom out within a few months. Assuming they are right in theory, and taking their advice, one would make their settlements on fixed and safe values like precious metals. The trouble is that the EU/G6 are among the top traders of precious metals into the US. With trade tensions spiking, how can alternative investors still see safety in this? What about Chinese copper? This report breaks down the facts.

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Keywords: alternative investment,precious metals,EU,trade war

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Infinite Course Correction Around Interest Rate Spikes

With a recent decision to raise the interest rate ceiling, Americans may spend a rough 2.2 BN dollars more in credit card debt. How do you use infinite banking to cut into the existing debt you have and provide streams of funding alternative to credit cards? McGriff has the solution.

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Smart Solutions for Internationalizing Currency in Digital Trade Systems

As AI tech evolves, financial systems will need to use these smart systems to better assess digitally accessible currency. The Chinese market makes renewed efforts to internationalize the yuan. Using steps in the speculative market in China toward oil contract liquidity, how can AI further internationalize economy contracts via financial system integrations? How will internationalized currency contribute to digital financial systems competition?Voyager reports on the efficiency of recent tests.

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Keywords: AI,financial systems,oil,currency,internationalization

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The growing need or alternative investment strategies

Being your own bank may fit well with the entrepreneur lifestyle. These strategies will help you arrange for better alternative investments to ballast your business with. Low-risk funding from alternative investment strategies. Schemes for dissolving startup capital faster through alternative investment.

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Strategies for alternatively funding secondary education

With student loan debt the highest in national history, parents, grandparents and more financially inclined students are at a crossroads. How will they pay down the debts? Better yet, how will they evade taking out these debts altogether? With these alternative investments strategies, you are better equipped to get your students completely out of student debt.

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Evening Competition Against 5G Surge

A matter of recent debate: Is 5G sucking the life out of the competition by its speed and size scale? Solve for the unknown value here. How can you secure your communications against market dilution as 5G grows bigger? Reap the benefits of 5G and also keep your edge.

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Keywords: 5G,communications,market

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Keeping the Competitive Edge Against 5G Regulation Grain

Will 5G market monopolization really be the death knell for telecom quality? Jaymie Scotto begs to differ. These strategies will keep your performance edge on point against the grain of market saturation.

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Refining Competitive Edge Albeit 5G Saturations

5G has sparked a controversial outlook. Does the hyper-marketing surrounding this tech and its new regulations bode ill for telecom companies? Carve Digital determines in this report to bring you the cutting edge of value despite market stress. The latest in strategy news.

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Scaling Competitive Relevance Against 5G Market Saturation

The hyper marketability of 5G and the new regulations have dampened telecom company spirit. How do you make a comeback that scales competitive relevance? NWN is your resource for strong solutions.

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The Effective Power of a Demand Generating Resume

Why your resume is a personal branding tool and why you need to generate demand with it. This post shows how you can perfect your personal brand.

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Keeping Your B2B Relevance Amid Trade Distress

The world is in a bit of turmoil over recent allied quibbles over trade relations. How to keep your international B2B relevant in the middle of trade distress.

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Retaining Market Edge Post 5G Regulations

A common problem emerges from 5G regulations. Will they bring down the overall quality of telecom service? Avotus has formed a report with all the details needed to prevent this from happening. Achieving better market service after 5G regulations. The latest.

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Scaling Your Competitive Edge Post 5G Regulations

5G regulations put a monopolizing slant on some telecom aspects. How can you keep your competitive edge in spite of these hype spiked problems? Today's Telecom has solutions.

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Birds of a Feather: Impact Investing and Clean Energy

Why do some alternative investment strategies go together? In recent weeks, impact investing and clean energy have been compared together as marketable combinations. Why do these two strategies work well? This post will teach you how to combine like investment strategies to scale greater, longer-term growth.

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Shielding Against Family Financial Exploitation

With family members leading the percentage (58%) of financial fraud, it's time for financial advisors to train their clients on the signs of exploitation. These are the strategies for better asset protection.

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Keywords: financial advisers,finance,family,fraud

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Preventing the Financial Exploitation of Seniors

In recent news, families are 58 percent of the time responsible for the financial exploitation of seniors. Should caregivers be trained to recognize the signs while they help their clients establish new bill pay options?

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Preserving Retirement With Life Settlements

Why life settlement funds are a better way to preserve your expenses during retirement. We look at reports from the Life Insurance Settlement Association for an official viewpoint into the best advantages of life settlement policies.

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Keywords: life insurance settlement,alternative investments,funding,retirement

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Bringing Frustrated Youth Better Speech Products

Recent polls dictate a basic distaste in typical AI approach among consumers. Rising from this demographic is a frustrated range of 18 to 24-year-old buyers who are alienated by the market's approach. How can you bring them better speech products and better speech product presentation? This report gives you clear solutions.

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Keywords: speech,marketing,young,demographic,AI

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Creating Better Data Hygiene in B2B Arrangements

Keeping your nose clean while communicating with other businesses has gotten a bit trickier under GDPR. Learn how to do so effectively with this report.

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Alternative Paths to Successful JMF Sourcing

If you are considering a joint marketing fund, there may be alternative investment paths to take that will reduce the costs you are out. Maximize the ROI of your peer to peer influence in the JMF strategy.

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Growth Strategies That Reflect Market Realities

Even when we want the market to be better, sometimes it simply isn't living up to our expectations. How can we take growth marketing to the next level despite a negative market reality? This report has the most effective recent strategies.

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Demand Generation Unique to Tech B2B

This post explores demand generation that is specific to the B2B practices of tech companies. The most recent trends weighed against the most tailored opinions.

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Bringing More Press To Your Trade Show

How do you attract the press to your next trade show? Furthermore, how do you attract a better demographic of the press than the run of the mill? This post will help you take those decisive measures.

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Avoiding Hygiene Lapses in Your Demand Generation Data

What makes for bad data hygiene? This post explains the lack of quality that some tech companies argue about when making demand generation decisions based on 1st party data. How you can avoid hygiene lapses to gather better data and save money with your marketing.

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From Oceans to Ballparks: Narrowing the Data Playing Field

How do we determine the quality of available data after GDPR? This post explores all the regulations issues that have been narrowed down since the new laws took effect. Get better quality data for your digital strategy and avoid costly setbacks.

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Nine Things Personal Branding Needs

How do you make your brand personal, a statement in everything you do and are? These nine steps will set your brand in stone. Useful for Instagram and other social content where brand is as much about presence as it is about predictions.

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5 Things To Consider Before Making a Brand Film

Focusing on the 5 key elements that define a brand film opposed to other types of video content. What you need to know before you undertake this kind of feat.

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Keywords: video,brand film,content,branding

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Refining Data Tests After Information Law Contingencies

With new information laws like GDPR narrowing the available bits of data one can use to form analysis, companies have a learning curve in place. How can you refine your data tests to work through this curve when testing software with online data?

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Tariff Tension Impact on LTE In Rural Markets and Cost Reduction

Following tariff tensions on the US/foreign policy material cost relationship, how will tariff embargos on material costs impact the installation/integration of Long Term Evolution/whole systems? Conducting a full report that will explore the cost reduction loopholes wireless backhaul will need to take to retain firm presence with production in rural areas outside of national borders, This is the report focusing on geographical demographics by impact from least to greatest.

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Keywords: trade,LTE,wireless backhaul,cost reduction

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Cost Reduction on Marine Products Post Euro Tariffs

Following the Euro retaliation tariffs on the US, how can you save on marine products and marine material costs in import/export units? This post will give you a technical overview for saving in large quantities.

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Keywords: marine,euro,import,export,cost reduction

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Traveling Essentially: Your best look on the go

Covering the most recent pairings from WANT Les brands and trending styles. How to use our products to look and feel your best on the go.

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Testing Cloud Speeds To Amplify Load Performance

What options exist to improve your Cloud upload speeds? This report will look into better methods for testing and reporting cloud load performance to exceed current speeds and receive better workload management times.

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Keywords: load performance,cloud,speed

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DCIM Audit's Role In GDPR Compliance Guarantee

The recent impact of GDPR on data-driven marketplaces has been seen as an opportunity and problematic. This article will make the case for DCIM audits and how they can guarantee better GDPR compliance to keep companies out of legalese traps.

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Keywords: DCIM,audit,GDPR,data,solution,compliance

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Migration Checklist For Better Markets 2019

This report focuses on the migration checklists you must have to have a better competitive edge in the markets of 2019 and on.

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Keywords: migration,data center,marketplace,2019

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Why Elevate: Success Rates With Retail Recommendations

Market study of why Elevate perfectly compliments e-commerce decisions. A study to show how Elevate compliments other Afflink brands and their consumers. An engagement study that will drive consumer loyalty.

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Keywords: ecommerce,retail,product match

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The Freelancer's Guide to Trade Publication Relationships

Following my time as a PR rep for an architectural company. What yields success and what does not. How to make solid relationships with trade publications regarding your industry. Starts with how to find viable contacts and send appropriate LOIs. Follows also some things that I attempted that failed.

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Due Process of Data-Driven Product Placement

What is the correct process for using account-based data and other forms of data insights to place branded products? This post will explore recent industry trends on the subject to give you the most insightful opinion.

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Keywords: data,ABM,product placement,trends

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Sustainability Checklist For The Best Green Exteriors

This is the complete sustainability checklist for green exteriors and renovations. How to build on a home that adds architectural value to the neighborhood and also provides planet saving sanctuary to the nearby conservation.

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Keywords: exterior,sustainability,guide

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Can Push Notifications Take the Place of Email?

Follow up post to the death of email marketing. Are push notifications really worth your investment? Can they be used to replace email marketing? This is an industry report to fully explore market theories on the subject.

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Get Everything You Pay For: Refining the Fluff from Code

Follow up to Code World's report on Entity Framework Core 2.1. How can programmers find and test the fluff out of recent programs to ensure users are getting everything their paying for and also using everything their getting?

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Keywords: unit testing,entity framework,refining

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Trade Finance for Better Mobile Recycling Costs

Following the cost-reductions trade finance can give a firm looking to better afford recycling services. This is an advice piece for seeking the best finance advisors and products while making a move toward mass recycling process. Good off-site position to draw more business to Hyla.

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Refining Your Data Application Strategy for Better Demand Generation

Focuses on better practices for data collection and applications. How to better apply your data selection to increase demand generation to respective audiences. For example, B2C demand gen and B2B will differ. How can you see that with just the data? Learn how here.

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Keywords: demand generation,data collection,application,B2C,B2B

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Email Automation Drivers and Setbacks: Where the balance fits

This is a follow up to the recent article on MTS. There are 7 established drivers that we know of for current email automation. This post shows us how to keep a balanced focus between drivers and the things that cause setbacks for a balanced automation that works.

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Load Testing Prepping For Massive Sales Events1

Your IT retail system needs to be ready for massive sales. Some sites recommend early preparation for the largest retail event, Black Friday/Cyber Monday. What are other sales events your IT system needs to prep for? Should you use the calendar of holidays, fiscal periods, or something revolving more along the cyber algorithm changes? This has the latest research.

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Keywords: load testing,retail,IT,prep

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10 Dialogue Rules For the New Screenwriter

If you want to succeed in the world of new screenplays, you need to balance classic film/tv styles with the punchy pace modern audiences expect. Here we show you 10 rules you should apply to pace yourself.

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Using Videos to Drive Investor Consensus

Have you recently hit a creative wall? What if you created a video that combines the science of the investor pitch, infomercial, and testimonial into one hybrid that drives a consensus through investor audiences? In theory, you would need some basic intellectual tools to get this scheme to work in the drawing room. We're going to show you how to take a wild hybrid idea and turn it into an actionable program plan that sells.

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Keywords: investor pitch,infomercial,promo,creative,hybrid,consensus,tools,proposal,perfect

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Real Time Real Estate: Shooting Brand Films With Drones

Does your brand need a little movie magic to rise above the competition? You may have to take it all the way to the skies. When planning your first brand film, where to shoot and how may be a bit daunting. The visuals produced by drones are an industry knockout today. Take it a step above your competitors with these rules for real-time real estate film shooting that incorporates architectural finesses views with the brand's film budget.

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Keywords: drones,real time,real estate,footage,brand film,promo,budget

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Consensus Research For Better Content

Want your brand to be a public icon? Try driving some public service through it. Use the craft secrets of journalism as a consensus style to better hone your content.

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The Fault in Our Internal Consensus

We need consensus reporting more than ever. Yet our mediation skills are failing in many ways, as many leaders in journalism have pointed out through these Nieman reports. Suppose that the press is facing its own civil crisis that is internally impacting the way we release the news. How can the press mediate between itself for better information integrity?

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Keywords: information,press,mediation,fact-checking

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Logging Better Real-Time Footage of Your Site Daily

Follows some steps not discussed in the regular training videos about data logging each day and how to get more consistent images each day. Sort of a special report for builders in situations of heavy sun glare, rain, other inclement weather, smoke, or other issues that could cause problems and how to avoid these. Also follows what to do instead.

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Keywords: drone,film making,construction,real time

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12 Reasons Why You Need a Business Plan Now

This is going to showcase why its an essential part of making better money to go ahead and order this business plan. Based on 12 highlighted reasons.Will be designed to drive traffic back to your site.

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Keywords: business plan,entrepreneur,SMB,cash flow.

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The Forensic Pattern of Ransomware Anomalies Coinciding

Ransomware surges in 2018. Now cybersecurity must take a position that uses chaos theory against itself. Using digital forensics, what are the anomalies we see in ransomware that coincide in real-time? We can we use this knowledge to better prepare our IT teams with common ground to launch their defense. Which SonicWare tools apply best to the situations we uncover? By eliminating errors through better behavioral intelligence, course correct vulnerabilities as they open up.

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The Priorities of Digital Security for SMBs

Recent automation science is digging deeper into search history suggestions for automated tech. As computer science explores automation, the internet's boundaries are closing. How can small businesses with less tech budget keep themselves GDPR compliant and keep their data logs from being exploited? This post will explore the priorities of data forensics for SMBs while also achieving automated marketing schemes. Keep your assets safe and merge with traffic simultaneously.

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Keywords: data security,SMB,budget,history search,data forensics,digital

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Marketing Schemes to Include New Broadcast Streaming Capacities

This is a lead-follow to recent disclosures at the US patent office. Some possible video sciences that will soon be available are video-in-video real-time play, synced playback for segmented video, synced audio/video components for automatically generated videos and so on. How can you as a company prepare your marketing schemes to organically adapt these innovations as they become available on the market? This post gives a model path for easy onboarding of new tech.

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Keywords: video,broadcast,innovation,onboarding

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Conversation of Events: Next Chapter in Content Marketing

Following in the recent wake of a patent Sony's Pearce recently picked up. This is the conversation of user-generated content and marketing agencies collaborating. This is how new innovations and methods close the gap between audiences and make branding participatory. How to prepare your agencies to onboard these media innovations for a more organic demand generation. This is how an idea chain takes root and grows into a stable network vine. Idea Grove has the story.

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Keywords: conversation,branding,demand generation,user generation,content marketing,innovation,breaking

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What Digital Debt Collection Can Do For Customs Regulations

In this article, you will learn what digital debt collection is on a more mechanical level than the name. We'll show you how a better system for debt collection can mediate problems in customs for your retail shipping or import/export policies. Develop a better digital debt collection resource and you will have a much more breathable business pipeline.

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Keywords: digital,debt collection,pipeline,sales

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Ensuring Fair Priced Green Energy Post Trade-Tensions

How do you know that the energy for your county is coming to you at a good cost in the wake of all the trade tensions? What key factors in the selling process of green energy devices are catalyzing American neighborhood costs? This post will draw back the curtain to give you an in-depth watch for strategy-based green energy buying even during trade escalations. Know what you're paying for, why+where and when you can get it for a better cost.

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Keywords: green energy,cost reduction,trade war

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Toxic E-government Trends Harmful To Education Security

A case study in those common trends in e-government research that are toxic to education security. What are the facts we know so far? How can we work around these trends to produce better higher education security?

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Keywords: egov,security,education

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The Staying Power of Human Translations

In a time of digital translation, why are human interpreters still needed? Syntax and natural speech don't follow the patterns machines are trained for. Some languages, such as Japanese, have ambiguous phraseology that makes for intermittent rather than literal translations. This post supports the case for human lexicon translation and the natural edge that over-the-phone interprets/live placement interpreters will always have.

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Keywords: linguistics,translation,lexicon,syntax,native speaker

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New Agency, New Post: Adapting Your Content for the Digital Press

This report follows updates in Google News and how it relates to your content strategy. Why the distance between the editorial cycling press and the self-disciplined press release is closing. The trade tools and skills your team needs to develop to see that your content is ready for digital press cycling. In which you become your own media, and how to take the full responsibility for that newfound power.

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Keywords: press,Google News,digital publication,peer-review,PR

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Lessons From DAPL Saga: The Aboriginal Sustainability Defense

What can be learned from the Dakota Access Pipeline incidents in crude oil transportation/energy arguments? As this faded from forefront newscasts, it never truly went away. The controversy continues. What can these issues teach Aboriginal/First Nation advocacies in other places? This article will advocate the proper pathways for investors to take and win against large corporate rough-shot schemes. Protect Aboriginal sustainability rights effectively with this.

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Keywords: sustainability,aboriginal,rights,green,advocacy,effective,business model

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Mediation Between Large Corporations and Small Sustainability Advocacies

Maviro stands in a place of solidified trust. Learning from the mistakes of the continuing DAPL saga, how can a crossroads company mediate between environmental conservation and corporate demand? Dividing truth from sensationalism in the continued DAPL case, this report shows how Maviro's influence can keep your business and your communities safe and efficient.

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Keywords: sustainability,mediation,safety,environmental,corporate

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PayDay Coin At the Front of 2018 Trade

Press release that uses PayDay Coin's latest breaking and shows how it relates to the recent news cycle.

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Keywords: financial,economics,trade,2018

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Lessons From Negative Business Planning

What are the consequences of a poorly developed plan, no plan, a badly executed plan? We've taken some lessons from the real world to teach you what not to do. Why you should use Accountifi instea.d

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Keywords: business plan,execute,market,time

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The DAPL Factor: Overcoming a Civil Trade Conflict

This post breaks deep into the saga surrounding DAPL.Policies and organizations involved that made a series of domino disruptions. How does this reflect on modern energy market? As US trade disruptions become increasingly as much a civil conflict as they are a global conflict, how can energy companies create a mediation between environmentalism and consumerism? This report investigates the real-time factors that lead to a more stable energy market.

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Keywords: energy,market,crisis,civil,trade,tensions,trade war

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Pre-Production Failures Contributing to the DAPL Saga

This is a case study that uses the DAPL saga spanning from late 2016 to the present. How compliance in pre-production led to protests which led to the lawsuits and arrests of now. Where was the diffusion localized? How has SAI Global diffused these sorts of issues in the past to contribute to a better future? SAI Global weighs in on one of the hottest civil disputes in compliance of our time.

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Keywords: SAI,compliance,crisis,prevention

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DAPL Saga: The greatest compliance controversy of our time

Why would the ongoing DAPL saga be considered the greatest compliance issue of our time? Because all DAPL protests could have been prevented even before the pipeline initiated production. Now, with civil liberties threatened by verging civil conflict, the DAPL saga comes back to light again. What happened here that led to an aggressive diffusion? How can reporters mediate the right for information integrity via the example of this crisis in compliance?

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Technology Paves The Path to Automated Crisis Prevention

What if some disaster situations like a live shooting could be overtaken before they happen? This article makes the case argument for probabilistic computation and preventing case scenarios in a given locale. Why investing in mobile safety solutions now is a massive step toward a future that voids out many risk factors. Why failing to take this step can work in reverse, as potential threats also upgrade technologically.

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How Better Digital Debt Collection Agency Eases Customs Strains

This is no time to waste time in the customs sector. How can your business best benefit from an e-Sign digital debt collection service like Lightico in the presence of so much trade grief? With this report, we will show the shortest distance between your customs process and your shipping partners. It will also help you resolve some of the same issues that went into public scandals like the Edward Jones fee account incident this spring.

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Cryptocurrency Impact on Trade Finance/Customs

This case study delves deep into the effect that cryptocurrency analysis can have on imports/exports and customs clearance. Will cryptocurrency resolve issues with trade financing? Would the switch to cryptocurrency use effect your cost-reduction plans if you ship overseas? What mail suppliers are considering crypto and which will swear it off?

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Keywords: cryptocurrency,trade,finance,customs,import,export,trade war

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Digital vs. Physical Data Center Relocations

As the divide closes between the digital data center and the facility, you may have questions. What services can provide you with better quality for your situation? These are the anomalies of IT data center and facility data center setups. Make choice A if your conditions fit the corresponding criteria. Make choice B if your conditions fit that better.

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Keywords: data center relocation,IT,digital,facility

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Lessons From a Forest Fire: City Responding 2018

These are the tech challenges city responders face in a naturally catalyzed emergency like the Carr fire.

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Keywords: city responder,tech,2018,innovation

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The quest for creative demand generation

This post details the journey you need to take to corner the market on demand generation creativity. Why Poptin is the best source for your brand.

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Academia in the Marketplace: Researching Education Value

In-depth report regarding the patent value/marketability of new developments in academia. How do you gauge the currency of an idea? What is the ROI of modern metrics tools for education by demographic? This report will look at the specs pending as well as current extant models. Where the disruption lies, information science can drive resolution. This is why Drive Research is the best agency to break the story.

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Keywords: research,market,academics,value,intellectual property

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Conducting Education Market Research by Proxy

This post develops in-depth what market research goes into each division of modern academic valuation. How does the research differ between university/trade school? What about research for graduate school or private academy? With this report, we will take you into the machine behind human learning potential today. Learn research method by its type, what it is, how it works, and the ROI of it. See equivalents by research method/ business model proxy. Drive Research has the story.

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Keywords: education,types,research,sourcing,factchecking

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Fraud By Data Proxy: Preventing SaaS Fallout

The unfortunate scaling result of precision cut data service is the open loopholes for more intricate fraud. How can we prevent the fallout of this misuse? We have to take the forensic approach to keep SaaS services safe from accidental accomplice to major data criminology.

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Keywords: data,fraud,forensics,prevention

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Multifaceted Exploitation of Immunology Drugs in Austim Behavioral Enhancement Research

As early as March of this year, physicians made public the opinion that anti-cancer drugs could be researched for social behavior enhancement in autism spectrum patients. We took a deeper look at the science behind these drugs. Supporting the vaccine cause factor argument, we see a counter-productivity and multifaceted human exploitation emerging. Especially in the terms of anti-cancer vaccination. We must produce non-embryonic research. For this, we require stronger donor relationships.

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Keywords: anti-cancer,behavioral,exploitation,immunology,autism,research

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Preventing "Data Patsy" Cloud Fraud Associations

Unfortunately, every new innovation stands at the ready for criminal manipulation. In the wake of complex fraud busts, we see that data spaces are already being used in a negative sense. How can you avoid sharing your cloud with complex fraud schemes? Specifically, how can you avoid being the "patsy" of traditional schemes translated to the complex science of data and catching you in criminal accessory quite by surprise?

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Keywords: data,fraud,forensics,criminology,prevention

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Financially Preparing for Smart City Innovations

Smart cities are on the books now. How can your company prepare to merge with the massive showrooms of major cities, as automation takes the world by force? We have financing solutions mapped out based on the facts.

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Keywords: IoT,smart cities,finance

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Prepping Finance Departments for Smart City Investment

The showroom floor is crowded today. If you want your business to keep pace with the Expo that is becoming the metropolitan world, you will need to make these forecasts and expense reports. We have compiled heavy trade sector research to make the transition easier.

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Keywords: finance,investment,portfolio,smart city,IoT

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Entrepreneur Solutions In the Midst of Trade War's Horizons

How can you guarantee that your personal economic's ship will float no matter what sort of choppy waters it sails in? This post explores solutions to recent disruptions in trade relations. This is where one person can alter history and make the world model more sound for everybody.

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Keywords: trade,entrepreneurship,solution,disruption,finance,business,model

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Sound Choice: Transparency and Research Ethics Report 2018

With this recent US Attorney's office release, we have become aware that autism research projects are under situational fire. This is Sound Choice's statement of transparency. This explores how the research in the vaccine/autism argument is conducted, how user involvement is conducted, what the outcome goal of each research case is. We show cause statements revealing recent ethics disruption in vaccine testing to substantiate the argument.

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Keywords: transparency,report,post-scandal,EAP,ethics,statement

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A Single Golden Step: Nanotechnology Developments Marketplace 2018

As we see developments in things like single-step laser-based gold nanostructure deposition, high-performance supercapacitors and the like, we watch the marketplace. Every innovation that is documented eventually has its place in the business model of scientific development. Can we track the path these developments are currently taken to better disperse funding/investments?

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Keywords: funding,investment,nanotechnology,developments,market,report

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Autism's Penicillin: Funding Dispensation to ASD "Cure All" Drugs

Autism research has taken a counterproductive approach by dispersing funds to local treatments/prevention rather than the path to an ASD equivalent "penicillin". We now explore the environmental factors that cause all autism. This report dictates solutions via ethical stem cell research for all autism. A call to donation in a better funding dispensation for like projects. Notes on current fund models included.

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Keywords: funding,ASD,autism,drug facts

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Predictive Analytics for Better Customs Relations and Legal Immigration

This report will analyze how better predictive analytics can process our borders and our legal foreigners with cleaner results. What activism groups will this directly benefit? What groups will it indirectly benefit? How will it make processing global criminology/unethical or illegal transporting more sufficient? We look at all the perspective interests.

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Keywords: immigration,customs,laws,naturalization,analysis,predictive

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Preventive Analytics: Using Software To Eliminate "Freak"Risk Factors

Analytic software is used to eliminate and prevent crisis situations such as shootings or bullying. We can also use our software to prevent more freak incidents. Contributing problems like exploitation of students by faculty or crimes concealed by the education boards IT system under normal incidents. If preventive measures work together to eliminate the"freak" risk factors, we see an averaging safety.

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Keywords: prevention,school safety,financial,exploitation

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SMB Owner Guide to "White Collar" Data Fraud in Accounting System

With recent data scandals, even the smallest business needs help protecting their financial systems on the data level. This is an in-depth report on protection against white-collar crime within your data service. How to keep your data secure not only from black hat cybercrime but also from being the "data Patsy" of a digital embezzlement scheme.

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Keywords: data,fraud,protection,SMB,accountancy

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The Future of Automated App Linking

How will Microsoft's recent motion to improve the correspondence between UAIDs with automation impact our businesses? This is what the future of search results and applications recommendations look like when apps can sync up in this ultra-automated way. This is what you need to know to stay ahead of the latest innovation. Notes on wise investment.

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Keywords: UAID,automation,app,mobile,linking,innovation

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Applied Data For Planet Savers: Lessons from Mendocino

How could applied data innovation have improved the fire alarm system before the Mendocino fire spread? We bring you the latest innovation support for the planet savers, and those who used applied data science for preventive security.

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Keywords: applied data,innovation,security,emergency

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Bridged the Distance in Trade: Crypto Post Tensions

Follow up to the conflict in customs and trade, better technologies can bring absolution between the mid-market of nations. We bring you solutions that Mogul Media stands at the forefront of.

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Keywords: crypto,currency,trade,tensions,WTO

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Lessons From Hidden Cobra: Privatizing CERT Level Readiness

The US-CERT team has identified harmful N. Korean cyber attack schematics. They refer to these as Hidden Cobra. As the lines between the white-collar world, Federal involvement and private data users are blurring, how can private label companies prepare their firms for a Fed-level alertness. This post follows updates on Hidden Cobra and like malicious activity from the top. This is how the private sector becomes ultra-aware of the growing global threat.

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Keywords: private,label,data security,cyber security,cyber crime,prevention

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Lessons from Holy Fire: Prevention Alert Implementation

In the wake of devastation, the greatest tragedy was the preventability of the Mendocino Complex fire. Now, as we process what went wrong, what continues to go wrong, with alert systems and other technology beyond.

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Keywords: prevention,response,failure,tech,security

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From Slaughter Lambs to Solution: The New Mexico Effect

Lessons derived directly from the raid of an extremist compound in New Mexico. Where did it all go wrong? Could responder tech have prevented the death of the one child lost? The latest in developments to prevent outbreaks of guerrilla warfare, urbanized violence with children at the apex of it all.

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Keywords: public safety,tech,implementation,security,impact,prevention

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Slaughter Lambs and Responders: The New Mexico Impact

The NM extremism compound. How could the death of the child have been prevented? Privatized updates to missing child reports and risk factors to prevent crises where children are caught in urbanized militarization.

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Keywords: public safety,response,mass notification,child safety measures

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The Mendocino Factor: Training Prevention of Human-Cause Crisis

In the wake of Holy Fire, what can training professionals learn about human-caused crisis and prevention? This will take you behind the scenes of what went wrong in the Mendocino early response and how you can train your teams to work around these public issues.

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Keywords: Mendocino,training,prevention,construction,public response

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The Range of White Collar Risks: Cyber Security in a Conspiracy Vacuum

After Cambridge Analytica, and various other database centric complaints against information storage, security innovation is faced with the biggest gray space puzzle of its history. We bring you the latest innovations in preserving against white collar risks, the vacuum of public conspiracy, and preventing instances of "data Patsy" in your SaaS or variation service.

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Keywords: data,cyber,security,public,conspiracy,prevention

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Cancer's Penicillin: Theory of the one-size fitting drug family

This is a follow up to a research piece I did for an ASD pharmaceutical company. Suppose you directed funding to find one immunology/anti-aging drug that acted like the penicillin of the neurology demographic, treating many different factors all at once, and retarding the process of diseases so far down that they become operable.

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Keywords: anti-cancer,immunology,anti-aging,penicillin,research

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Color by Codes: Data Center Cabling and Compliance

An official report into all order changes for data center structured cabling.Auditing codes, preventing compliance discrepancies, etc.

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Keywords: data center,cabling,codes,installment,compliance

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Mediating the Service Worker Experience With Better Tech Engagement

Using new tech that determines work patterns and other components, better service worker training may be the key to an enhanced total operation.

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Keywords: service worker,tech,training,improvement

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The Devil in the Data: Tech, Tax Fraud and Investment Protection

How has tech contributed to tax fraud in 2018? What impact do fraudulent schemes have on your investments? We follow the story of a scandal in San Francisco of complex wire fraud

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Keywords: tax,asset protection,fraud,white collar,criminology,data

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Between the Devil and the Data: Protecting Against Wire Schemes

In the ever complex world of cybersecurity, you may be overlooking breach threats that are creeping beneath your nose. This is a look at how tech enables white collar crime with unintentional pitfalls. How you can protect yourself from being sucked into the vacuum of these kinds of leech threats.

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Keywords: data,security,cyber,criminology,white collar

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The Reveton Effect: Reverse Analysis for Ransomware Prevention

A reverse engineering argument for the Reveton Ransomware incident. How this case contributes preventive data to the data protection scheme effort.

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Keywords: cybersecurity,ransomware,Reveton,prevention

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Data Driven Content Marketing

It works for journalism. How can a data-driven approach to content marketing impact the sales funnel? We look at the stats to give you an intensive perspective.

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Keywords: content marketing,data driven,journalism,stats

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Site Above Grace: How Drones Can Redirect Natural Disaster

The public security response failed for the 2017 fire and the Mendocino Complex fire in California. Now, as history is written in ashes, we are left holding a roster's worth of questions. How could we have prevented this? How could we have saved the ones we lost? This story has the inside details and also the solutions that drone technology can provide.

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Keywords: drone.911,natural disaster,California fire

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Grave Plot K2: Questions of cannabinoid regulation

The Connecticut K2 mass overdose death incident is one of many surges in cannabis/cannabinoid-related poison control filings. Now this sparks the question. If cannabis and cannabinoid drugs will become legal for pharmaceutical use, how should laboratories regulate and file those chemicals?

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Keywords: cannabis,chemical regulation,reporting,compliance

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Handling the Truth: Data Fraud

With data fraud on the rise, it's time for you to set a tighter watch. How do you monitor and control the complexities automation presents forensics? We take you through the process of a constant tighter data security.

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Keywords: data,white collar crime,money laundering,financial fraud,criminology

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Data Patsy: Preventing Accessory/Victimization to Automated Cyber Crimes

This post covers modern highly complex levels of money laundering taken from several news leads that have not yet broken the mainstream press. How can your company better prepare itself for these automated crimes? We cover the means to stay safe from accidental criminal accessory, victimization, and loss through organized white-collar cybercrime.

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Keywords: white-collar,criminology,data,prevention

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Lessons from the Trump Legality: Negotiations before Lawsuits

This would cover the recent news on Donald J. Trump's month of unfortunate and complex lawsuits. How to keep politics and personal grievances out of negotiations for a smoother, lighter impact on the business entities of both parties.

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Keywords: negotiations,training,legality

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Mediation Skills in the Time of Social Darkness

Narrative journalism style posts following the extreme legal controversy of President Trump in August. Totals roughly 5 major lawsuits. Using modern social sciences to explain to new students the cause and consequence of these issues. How should they respond if they found themselves engaged in the same type of controversy? How would they be the peacemaker in a system rigged for apoptosis? This post has the answers to questions some of the Elephant's students may not have known they had

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Keywords: mediation,professional,social science,civics,modern

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Employee Benefits During IRS Budget Cuts

Understand the process your business should take when the IRS cuts funding to certain financial programs. How can you promote safe privatized transitions for employee benefits and avoid layoffs in these down seasons?

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Keywords: IRS,funding,employee,benefit

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The Future of Criminology: Securing IoT in Real-Time

The advancement of cloud and IoT increases the rate of criminological changes. How can you make this work to your security team's advantage?

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Keywords: security,data breach,IoT,criminology,research

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Out of the Fire: IoT Integration Into Natural Disaster Alarms

How the California fire alert system has failed and continues to fail. What sort of impact would IoT integration have on the affected areas? This research article explores how IoT has the power to change the human response to the natural world in real-time.

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Keywords: iot integration,public safety,natural disaster,alarm,cal fire

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Apps for freelance workplace safety

Freelancers are protected by the regular corporate protocol. How can we provide inroads for a better safer freelance/customer working environment?

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Keywords: freelance,workplace,customer,app,test,public safety

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Rising from Fire: Real Estate Post 2018 Disaster Season

A look into the aftermath of the West on fire for 2018. What steps must real estate, drone photography, and other close demographics take to make a conscious comeback from this?

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Keywords: construction,real estate drone,wildfire

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Debt-Capital Assistance in the Disaster Zone

As businesses and homes are swallowed up in 2018's wildfires, many wonder if repairs are even worthwhile. How can debt-capital assistance rebuild the civilization we've lost to the fire?

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Residential Active Shooter Response for Real Estate Professionals

Has your agency had the proper training? This report peals back the curtains on modern policy updates to active shooter response per metro area. Know what you need to keep your agents and their clients safe.

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Keywords: residential,real estate,active shooter,security,training

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How Mobile Returns Assists Wildfire Relief Efforts

This explains the connection between mobile device waste and the precarious conditions of North American wildfire season 2018 and so on.

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The Pain of Future Hunger: California After the Fire

As the flames burn on, we are faced with a social crisis question. What will food deserts that were look like in the world to be once the fires are extinguished? How can we help a hunger crisis we see looming on the horizon?

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Keywords: food crisis,food deserts,hunger in america,california fires

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Ash and Stardust: Reconstructing the Californian Dream

What does the aftermath of the Californian disaster mean for American construction markets? How can we restore the dream of a blazing state?

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Keywords: construction,marketing,rebuilding projects,california fires

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Lessons from a Fire: Communicating Disaster Insurance Needs

How do you communicate the aggressively increasing need of insurance in the wake of natural devastation? This report follows the Californian fires and those damages repairs that less-known insurance policy can make more livable.

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Keywords: insurance,disaster,communication,california fire

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Dreams Before Ashes: Real Estate After Wildfires 2018

How will the wildfires of 2018 impact the housing market as we reach containment hopes? This report follows the potential aftermath of the marketplace and how you can still achieve your dreams even in these trying times.

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Keywords: real estate,housing,wildfires,aftermath,2018

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Inspiring Version of Events: Where marketing meets journalism

This post explains how modern content creators should act as journalists. To keep up with the audience, provide a positive solution to their fears or struggles in light of the times. Mediate the narrative. This is how.

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Keywords: media,marketing,journalism,user-generated content

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Residential Development in Disaster Aftermath

This would follow up survey and property damage reporting in the wake of recent fires/floods. How residential planners can progress in the wake of the great natural travesty.

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Keywords: residential,survey,development,natural disaster,renovation

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Counter Measures Against IP Loss Prevention

This explains the root causes of recent IP theft trends and how to diffuse them before they come about.

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Safe and Sound: Smart Products for your Student

A review of Caseco approved smart devices that help parents keep a close eye on their busy students. Deep product review, uses trade manuals rather than regular internet surf for better content.

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Will and Way: Building After Wildfire Norms

In the wake of the California wildfires, the question now rises from the ashes. How or should 1,000 homes of the area be rebuilt? What investors should know about luxury property values in the wake of these decisions.

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Installing Energy Metrics in Wildfire Prone Locale

What challenges have we been presented with the frequency and devastation of this season? This report follows up on the West as we knew it and the West transforming. Prepare your installation investments and acts around these facts.

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Heating Protocol in the Time of Fire

Protocol changes surrounding HVAC in the wake of devastation. How rural communities can brace for the impact of the world's ignition and still sell a clean bill of heating service.

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Simplifying Telecom Business in a World on Fire

The extreme conditions of this fire season will impact the world for years to come. How will we rise above these obstacles in hardware installation and other processes to fend off a repeat of Verizon's slip? These are the stats. We are walking into a world on fire, but we are walking in educated. Telamon has the story.

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IoT and the Active Shooter Response

How IoT security and tech can improve active shooter response protocol.

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Farm-to-Table Analyses Post Wildfires 2018

A look at the market statistics to emerge from the great travesty of 2018.

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Fiber Networks and the World on Fire: A Case for Submarine

How the natural disasters of late will reflect on telecom business. For example, the Verizon data cuts to the wildfire responders. Here is a case for greater telecom service preserved in emergencies from submarine connections.

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Sink of Save: Predicting the Total Cost of Crisis Repair

This post goes behind the numbers to give your audience some practical advice about rebuilds of telecom apparatuses after an incident like the North American wildfire season.

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Driving Active Shooter/Workplace Insurance with Data

How does a company maintain customer-centricity in a world preoccupied with live firefights in the commercial zone? This story runs the numbers and lets you come away with more practical planning for customer service in these policies.

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Improving Network Capacities in the Midst of Natural Disasters

The devastation of these last few months caused by American wildfires has been tremendous. But data overload and blocks should never be a casualty of these events. These stat reports give your company insights into solutions for the trying of the times.

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Bracing Networks Against Internalized Crime

The technical breaches that come from insider threat have become more complex in recent years. How do companies actually foster the environment for cyber-age white collar crime? This report gives you insights to save your tech from exploitation and keep your integral team safe from liability.

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Taking the Stress out of Active Shooter Response Insurance Planning

As businesses move to support new models for active shooter protection insurance, clients tense. Even though we can't stop violence, we can stop public hysteria. This report shows insurance agencies how to prepare for inevitable software updates in high-stress insurance environments.

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Blockhain CAFS: Capital Reflection vs. the Tech Opportunistic World

How will blockchain impact the due process of CAFS submissions for small businesses? How do these changes reflect on the capital funding process? This report will show the process of applying for loans and funding small business operations in a marketplace that is saturated by bizarre values. How to make meaningful progress in fintech programming language's dialect shift.

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The Barnes Wendling Complete Record of Annual 501(c) Information

A complete resource guide to all thing 501 (c). Includes information on reducing tax liability, what to do if caught in a difficult position with the IRS and others. Positions BW as the ultimate resource for tax research in American 2018.

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Personal Finance in Pagaya's World: Avoiding Past Mistakes

A massive funding victory for the US-Israeli trader company has promise but take caution. This is the investment guide for those approaching the world of fintech. How to enjoy the growth of major fintech companies but also avoid the mistakes of personal investors in previous tech growth eras. Case in point, the Dot Com bubble.

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Pagaya and Personal Finance: Smart Fintech Investment

This shows the massive growth of Pagaya. How does this kind of scaling growth and funding in fintech impact personal investments? Our report focuses on using tactical investment strategies to avoid potential Dot Com Bubble scenarios on your portfolio when dealing with test-water markets.

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Closing the Gap in Crisis Response Communications

After the Verizon lapse in historical wildfire response, what can be done to improve government communications/telecom service? This report explores the full cost and gap lapse between service and response. Calculating this breach, we factor the accurate process of executions to provide more reliable service when disaster strikes.

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Lessons from Pagaya: Smart AI Attribution

This explains the process around the Pagaya fintech funding growth. How you can apply AI practically without fear of Dot Com bubble repeats or media generated mythology. What to watch out for that is a legitimate issue.

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The Reflection of FinTech on Startup Funding

How have companies like Pagaya changed the way that funding is processed? This report explores the nature of fintech in the realm of angel investment. Informing the decision to use fintech in your funding procedure. How to do so but also avoid critical miscalculations like the Dot Com bubble rupture.

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Protecting Revenue Against AI Market Saturation

How do AI analytics retain a distinct authority in a global market saturated by AI incorporation? This data scrapes the entire landscape for clues into failsafe performance. Market forensics married to tech insights.

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Biopharma Market Saturation Watch: Preventing Statistical Phantoms

With the introduction of major industry players like big tech, political science, and big pharmacy retailer, biopharmaceutical funding may have been looped into an unwitting corner. This report will show those marketing and investing in clinical science the precarious situations their target audience find themselves in. How to best communicate a win-win.

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Edging on Dot Com Repeat: Calculating Hidden Risks of Fintech/AI

This report showcases potential weaknesses in the fintech AI growth rapid scene.The ultimate purpose of this report is to educate investors on failsafe strategies to prevent their investments corroding early.

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Avoiding Market Saturation Failures with Startup Communications

You need to develop sharper communications skills sooner as the tech market slowly seeps into saturation. This is the full report to give your company a failsafe.

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Data Science to Prevent Market Irregularities

As data science becomes a massive marketplace, one might even start to notice similarities to the Dot Com anomalies of 90-2000. This report shows how data science can become a self-correction regulator of environmental triggers in the marketplace.

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Smart Recruiting in an Revolving Staff Market

This focuses on markets with heavy turnover issues in their staffing.How can recruiters work the angle of exceptional employees to saturated markets to help companies solve a human asset problem?

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10 Years Later: Stakeholder Analysis to Prevent Another 2008 Crash

This report follows up the recent anniversary of the Wall Street Crash in 2008. How can your reputation management and stakeholder analysis controls benefit from an anniversary refresher to prevent economic repeats?

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Why Equal Opportunity Ad Leveraging is Crucial

This is a study into why a small business needs the same digital ad campaign power as a F100 company. This goes behind the numbers to give you a look at the market pocket that small business occupies and how it can get lost in translation without effective planning. A small business is not a mini mega business it is a limited opportunity purveyor.

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Reporting the Trade: When Branding is News

How can you overcome a saturated content/branding vistas? The truth is, you don't. If you want your voice to be heard among the buzz of all the others, you have to have something real to say. This is where branding becomes the news. This is how you report the story of your company, and what it means to human events.

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Keywords: news,media,innovation,branding

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Tactical Branding in a Digital Content Saturation Phase

The economy is in a capricious stage of growth that reminds us of the Dot Com bubble late in the Clinton era. Knowing that market saturation and thus branding saturation is a possibility, this is how we brand tactically to avoid being caught up in the aggressive politics of economic reformations.

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Analyzing the Bias Buffer Effect

No matter how you try to mediate the middle to include all the audience, there will always be that margin where the bias wall is rubbed against. How do you analyze your way around a difficult conversation with your audience about hiccups in the diplomacy of your team? This report forensically looks at solutions for keeping public decorum in the midst of a controversial era in media.

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The Benefits of Polyglot Training in Negotiations

We've seen research on how this works in politics and business for Bosnians circa 2016. This report follows up how business-oriented polyglot negotiations in North American markets will empower your teams as of 2018.

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Empowering Voice Tech for the Medical Industry

Do our AI applications require physician training programming? This question rises from recent reports that Alexa and Siri to name a few voice agents are lacking in medical industry preparedness. With this report, we talk the tech response of voice in the medical industry, what you should invest in to be cutting-edge and why Nuance solutions will get you there.

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Environmental Stress on ASD Cerebellum: Causes, Pediatric Solutions

A follow up to the recent research conducted by Brain Connectivity a peer-reviewed journal. How do these findings impact pediatric ASD research? What are the environmental stress agitators that caused this response in adult cerebellum? How can cord blood treatments prevent and reverse these responses in pediatric ASD patients? More on the story in this report.

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Using Sales Analytics to Prevent Market Bubble Run-ins

Remembering the recent anniversary of the 08 Wall Street crash or the Dot Com Bubble burst, how can modern markets use advanced sales analytics to prevent market bubbles and economic complications in their pipeline? This report explores deeper into this subject and the Spring ML solution

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Season of Storm: Mobile Evac Alerts as Hurricane Season Rolls In

This is a follow up to the recent touchdown of Lane, Florence and other tropical storms. How private notification systems can save lives and prevent the massive material/ other loss of unsecured effects from last year's season.

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Guide to Safe Traveler Accommodation During Hurricane Season

Cruises, hotels, leisure resorts, and fine dining all need a backup plan for protecting assets and guests during the changing weather seasons. This follows meteorology science and public safety records reports to give you the best preparation plan possible.

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Using Critical Mediation in a Time of Hate Speech

Information is difficult to gauge in today's social setting. It's hard to know how a content strategy, potentially meant a different way, will impact the audience as a whole upon release. This report brings critical mediation strategies from diplomacy to content's table to promote healthier media launches.

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Risk Management Analysis for Securing Entity's Market Position

Internal security controls can be useful for more than just preventing breaches into the system. This report explores the stats behind keeping an entity secure in its market through its own data analysis controls. Use your internal data to analyze your investment risks weighed against static potential crisis within the entity.

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Last Minute Insurance Opportunities for Resort Vacations in Storms 2018

How can consumers of resort properties secure the best insurance options in the wake of storm season 2018? This report takes an inventory of consumer data to provide the best last-minute plan options available in the wake of this season's pre-issued emergency status.

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Optimizing Your Streaming for Google News

This industry deep-dive report helps you prepare your company streaming for Google News relevance.

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The Sony Hack Review: Protecting Against Large Scale Data Breach

Following recent charges laid to North Korean cyber ops on the Sony Hack, this is what companies need to know to prevent a guerilla cyberspace.

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Keywords: forensic,data,security,Sony Hack,North Korea,compliance

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Network Visibility Importance in Cognitive Electronic Warfare Risk

As the lines between machine learning, neural networks, and classically accepted networks are disappearing, the marketplace is growing. So is the risk of hostile entanglements in the network space. This is why now more than ever companies that are not ready to make the big innovation leaps need the visibility services of Niagara Networks.

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Keywords: network visibility,market growth,risk factoring,electronic warfare,cyber security

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Data Center Infrastructure Solutions Post Massive Disaster Fronts

The US has undergone a series of disaster periods that test the limits of infrastructure's endurance. How can you be certain your infrastructure for data center locale and telecom hardware is receiving the best proofing possible? This forensic report focuses on variables that make for frequently overlooked structure hazards and how to sustain them.

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Field Guide to Ethics Encroachment Prevention

The Internet is absorbing all the demographics of modern life. As it does, internet marketing campaigners have a harder time presenting relevant materials that don't encroach on shaky ethics protection policies. This is the field guide to ethics encroachment prevention.

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Supporting Street Journalism

Why the citizen journalist is the best defense for a healthier, happier community. How to empower street journalism even in these trying days.

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Why Political Neutrality May be Better for Campaigns

Exploring some trends surrounding the Kaepernick Nike deal, this post explores why political neutrality in ad campaigns may overall be better for the long-term health of pipelines.

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Keywords: ecommerce,trends,ads,politics,campaigns,pipeline

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Service Requirements for Legal Translation Competitive Edge 2018/2019

This is a follow up to recent news regarding legal translation services. How will the expertise of this market space compete with a world depending on VA for this?

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Keywords: legal,translation,competition

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Banking the Final Frontier: From Mitsui to NASA

Investments are reaching beyond that skies the limit ceiling. When Japan's Mitsui and NASA both are interested in the same company, the investment science could be reaching all the way to space. What do you need to know about investment in space-prone tech?

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Increasing demand for clean and privatized energy solutions post bail plan

In the wake of the power plant bailout debate, private companies see an increasing demand for clean and privatized energy provision. This also spikes the competitive void that energy sector finds itself in. This is an in-depth report to keep your cutting edge competition relevant.

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What the Parker Slope Probe Means for Solar Energy Sector

As the Parker Slope Probe makes its first foray into understanding the sun's corona, the solar energy sector watches in expectation. Here's what you need to know about future investments to succeed in the growing competition.

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Keywords: solar energy,NASA,energy sector,sustainability

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Investing in NASA led energy future

With the test of alternative engine oils and solar probes, the Space Force ideology may have some unseen merits for energy's future. Here's where the discussion is led. Where the success rate is estimated and where there are strategic risks.

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Keywords: energy,alternative,NASA,investment

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This Week in IRS Analyses: 199A, Tax Reform 2.0, Entity Selection

A detailed brief of recent news and analyses in the 199A, Tax Reform 2.0, entity selection and other details of the mentioned webinar. Hits the points most relevant to the webinar and those that agree the most with audience relevant events that surround the analyses.

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Reach for the Sun: Scaling the Energy Race

NASA has been racing to find alternative oil lubricants and fuel sources. With this foray into the sun's territory, we may be closer to a world of cleaner fuel, but we're not there yet. With Athenium Analytics, you now have the capacity to hone in on realtime weather and climate impact. Invest and innovate. Suture the wound that modern social construct makes on earth resources. This is the growth potential in weather analytics. Get ahead of the global energy race with this report.

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Keywords: data science,scalable,global weather,energy,energy crisis,analytics

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Analysis vs. Go-Bag Era: Data Sciences Foray Into Natural Disaster

This report looks at the recent crisis with Californian/W. Coast wildfires and the developing story on Hurricane season historic levels. Predictions from mainstream media cite this generation as a "go-bag" people with natural disaster unchecked. How will data sciences and better forecast predictions changes this prediction? Why Athenium products are an investment to soften the blow of a changing world environment.

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Keywords: data sciences,scalable,analysis,risk management

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The Briarwood Story

A culmination of the seven articles written into one long brochure. Uses creative journalism techniques to make this about the power of brand story.

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Best Value in Business Service in the OTT Age

Subscription OTT media is taking the world by force. Business services are caught in a foray of the hardest competition scene they have ever faced. You want the best value possible as you can get as these brands battle for each other. This is how you get and deliver value with staying power in a B2B saturated by OTT's explosion.

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Keywords: business,tax,accounting,B2B,services,OTT

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Amplifying The Healing Experience: Music Therapy

Recent therapy news has rehab and rock and roll coupled together. Does this growing trend actually benefit the healing process? This report is an in-depth look into the real benefits separated from other marketing hype.

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Competing in OTT's Explosive Growth

OTT applications into the media world have made media more available than any other time throughout human events. Now, with OTT reaching explosive growth, it also drives a massive scale of competition into the mix of things. This is how you succeed in that competition.

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The OTT Impact Zone: How over the top drives content competition

This is a follow-up to recent headlines that Huawei has launched its own OTT service in Europe. As companies continue to make a foray into mass-media how does this impact your content strategy and the competition of great content? This report has a list of actionable solutions.

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Keywords: OTT,Huwaei,link,building,SEO,content

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Leading the Way in an OTT Saturated World

Huwaei has just launched its own OTT service in Europe. As seismic changes happen in the way media is composed and absorbed, your content game will have to amplify for it to appear and stand out radically from the rest of the mosh pit. These are some deep insights into getting your SEO and content in front of the right eyes at the right time on the right platform.

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Keywords: OTT,SEO,media,market,saturation,competition,content

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Boutique Technique vs. OTT Saturation: Amplifying your competition

What makes the Bonanno Group work is its approach to the uniqueness of the brand. These techniques require intense focus in a marketplace saturated by the onslaught of constant new OTT services. We bring you insights into keeping your brand lively and distinct against the complete saturation of content services and display.

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Keywords: content,marketing,marketplace,saturation,OTT,competition,boutique

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Why you need translation services more than ever

This is a post that will stress the reasons why translation services are so important. Even though there are many new media outlets that instantly provide language options, language translation is not obsolete.

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Effective Lead Gen in an OTT Saturated Scene

This peels back the layers of what keeps your lead gen relevant even as OTT markets swallow up ideas in new fads and procedures.

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Keywords: OTT,leadgen,professional services,marketplace,marketing,content

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PR in an OTT World: Finding your footing

This is a forensic investigation into how OTT channels will impact media personnel, particularly PR. With competition driven by the speed of the internet, these industry insights will help you to find and keep your footing in a changing, explosive-growth marketplace.

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Keywords: PR,OTT,marketplace,content,competition,lead nurturing

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Succeeding with SD-WAN in a Saturated Marketplace

How do you succeed with private SD_WAN services in a marketplace that is saturated with a wide variety of SD-WAN services,VPN and OTT counterparts/competitors? This is the forensic report from Mutlapplied Network that gives you the best chances of succeeding in a marketplace exploding with the competition.

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Keywords: SD-WAN,VPN,OTT,VOIP,success,marketplace,saturation,options

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Understanding The Tech Presence in Commercial Real Estate

As machine learning and AI change the way real estate business in conducted, it's time we educate the next gen of agents on the digital due process. This report does that.

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Preventing the Lehman Failure Repeat: Risk Management 2018-19

This is a forensic report following the Lehman Brothers collapse anniversary this month. This is how risk management firms can prevent a repeat of the same issues by using Provenir technology.

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Keywords: risk management,success,tech,asset protection

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Connecting your customers in the OTT world

How to get your customers to see your content and to derive real value from it. Even in a world saturated by OTT and other media platform options that are not just strictly Google search engines. Do these searches draw attention away from typical keyword searches? If so, what percentage? This report has the forensic results

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Keywords: OTT,media,outlets,keyword,content,marketplace

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The Power of Immutable Data in Post-Modern Trade

This report comes from recent trend citings on blockchain. How can hot data storage make the way for fintech's next stage of growth? Insulating against credit stalls and market crashes, this is an in-depth forensic look into what sets data immutability and hot cloud apart from all its counterparts in the industry. Includes reports on the tech condition of world trade relations transitioning to cloud, the impact of real-time data on digital currency and why investors should stay tuned in.

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Keywords: data immutability,hot cloud storage,cloud storage,real-time data storage and retrieval

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Of Lehman and Bendel: Fail safes Against Brand Infamy

With the headlines remembering Lehman Brother's downfall and the sudden closing of Henri Bendel, it has been a dark week in branding economics. How can young brands learn from the mistakes of their aging peers and building in brand message fail safes? This is a forensic study into what went wrong with these companies to ensure we prepare for like issues. A strategic guide.

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Keywords: brand messaging,brand relationships,market value,risk management

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Bringing Affordability Home: Financing Projects in the Post-Modern Market

How do you finance the home of your dreams? This special Keystone Homes report gives you industry insights into successfully planning a smart, green and efficient home design on your own land even in a market digitally disrupted by fintech and other AI real estate ventures. Where traditional and modern meet for greater efficiency. Bringing your family home the KeyStone way.

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Keywords: housing,financing,home building,affordability

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HCL Infosystem Solutions to Market Volatility

How does HCL stand up against the market volatility in India? This post is an official follow up of service value following a Business Standard commentary on the emerging volatility in financing and business service markets. This report commented in brief on the Lehman Bros.impact into investor relations.

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Keywords: business solutions,information,infra advisory

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Inbound Against the Grain of Over-the-Top

How can you improve inbound strategies to be found even in a content marketing scene that sees explosive Over-the-top channel growth? This report has forensic industry insights into marketing solutions

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Keywords: OTT,inbound,strategy

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Financing Remodels Post Hurricane Season

With the touchdown of Florence, homeowners concerns are coming to the light. Find out how you can finance a remodel affordably even in a short notice.

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Keywords: finance,remodel,insurance,natural disasters

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Improving Disaster Recovery for AWS Deployments

A follow up to this post about cloud security for AWS. How to improve disaster recovery options for when scaling security fails.

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Keywords: AWS,disaster recovery,cloud

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Understanding the President's Cyberspace Policy Review

This report is a complete explanation of the President's Cyberspace Policy Review.

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Keywords: cyber,security,cyberspace,data,email security

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Property Management for Hurricane Impacted Areas

This is a guide to protocol and compliance developing with 2018's hurricane disaster. How you can continue your proper management operations smoothly even in a disaster-impacted area.

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Securing Network Facilities Against Natural Disasters

As disasters continue to make headlines, how can secure network providers guarantee uninterrupted service? This is the full data report regarding these issues.

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Keywords: secure network,data center,service,natural disaster

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Preparing Development Finance Against Natural Disaster Impact

This is the full data report regarding developmental ventures and disaster interruptions. What can Cross River Fiber customers expect?

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Keywords: carriers,preparedness,natural disaster

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Natural Disaster Developmental Preparedness 2018-2019

GlobeNet provides this exclusive report into disaster development response. The ultimate objective of this report is to prevent the delay in repairs statistically estimated. Also, this report seeks to prevent a repeat of data cut-offs as happened during the Carr Fire response.

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Keywords: preparedness,development,crisis,prevention,telecom

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Improving the Developmental Response to the Disaster Impact Zone

This is a forensic report on the developmental response telecom takes into heavily disaster-impacted areas. How to prevent a developmental crisis from slowing down business production.

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Keywords: crisis,preparedness,telecom,response,production

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Leading the UK Back to Top-Notch Talent

This is a comparison to modern levels of "headhunting" and other C-level responsibilities. How can UK based companies repair B2B relations trends in light of recent internal economics and fabricate the most elite team possible? This looks to localizing B2B efforts for a stronger economic core in Britain and nearby Europe. What you can do to corner the market in the exploration of public pacifying.

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Keywords: headhunting,C-level,recruiting,UK,optimal,talent

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Using Economic Tensions to Talent Hunting Advantage

This is an official report that weighs the odds of contenders in the global game who hold their own against the disputes of modern economic strategy. How can a C-level executive make the right judgment call when hiring someone for B2B of internal to external policy relations? This showcases the most strategic profiling based on the stats of this tense world trade scene for making these calls.

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Keywords: talent acquisition,WTO,economic tension,foreign policy,B2B,UK

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The Crisis Risk of Priority Balance in Automotive Cybersecurity

This is a forensic report that researches crisis prioritization of automotive products specifically. This looks also at cybersecurity for automobiles both on the market, aftermarket, and some that were primarily analogous that can still be adapted to plug into modernized devices with IoT and prove security threats to the market via a "backdoor" sync up.

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Keywords: crisis prevention,automotive,prioritization,aftermarket

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Prioritizing IoT Security At the Rate of Innovation

This is the forensic report into proper process and financing for IoT security. Where IoT security measures=innovation rates.

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Keywords: cybersecurity,IoT,innovation,rate,priority

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Prioritizing Security Checks for Unlikely Access Points

This report gives practical advice and insights into prioritizing security checks at the same pace as IoT/automation adaption. Particularly, if the hack access point is an unlikely source. Suggestions include analogous objects affixed with IoT that is backward compatible ( e.g. a vehicle's GPS system that is older than the IoTdevice but has a similar power jack the IoT can plug into and harvest user data from)

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Keywords: cybersecurity,IoT,compatibility,access points

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Executive Search vs. Data Contingency: Understanding the Method Differences

Using a forensic research of government, university and public records, this would explain the differences between the executive search vs. data contingency methods of recruiting.

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Bringing Hydration to the Natural Disaster Zone

Why a crisis situation needs the Liquid I.V. science. This is how you would disperse these products in an incident like a major flood or fire. This is the kind of progress it would have into maintaining the situation stability status.

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Keywords: natural disaster,hydration,good,first responer

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Supporting good AV integration across trade dispute industries

This report focuses on promoting a cost-efficient AV integration in industries affected by the trade disputes. This is a complex situation and a forensic report will assist AV system investors as they make decisions crucial to surviving the complex competition.

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Keywords: trade dispute,AV,industry,integration

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The Rubber Meets the Road for Future Firefighting Funding Ventures

This explains the financial deficit that led to complications of 2018's historic firefighting scene. How will future strategists use data to resource a heavier material stream for departments? This will also show how data statistics can do more with less by presenting volunteer responders with cheaper and better-strategized solutions.

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Keywords: strategy,funding,futures,firefighting,data,voluntee

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Connecting Content to On-the-Ground Response

Why do you need content creation at your fingertips? Because it's new. Your brand's news. This is the story of how Mashlink connects professionals of all walks to the site where stories are born.

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Maintaining Good Tech Relationships in Trade War Times

This is the in-depth research into the AR marketplace of today. How will you keep your relationships good with business partners even as the "trade war" escalates around us? These are key insights into how things should be done.

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Keywords: trade war,AR,marketplace,Sino-American,relationships

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Improving Negotiation Policies for Auto-Electronic Markets in Trade War

This post will delve into the ways that companies can improve their business talk policies in the Sino-American trade space and other related spaces. This follows a fear that "war of attrition" will impact automakers and tech companies the most aggressively.

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Better Human Response in Trade War Times

This post tackles the "trade war of attrition"as it's being called on the HR level. How can human assets respond and negotiate better in these times?

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Keywords: trade,negotiations,human resources

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Implementing AR to Improve Automotive System Security

As innovation increases, this is how you use AR integrations to improve your automotive design and property security.

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Keywords: security,AR,in demand,automotive

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IoT Risk Assessment with Connected Data

How connected data will enhance the process of risk and loss prevention.

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Keywords: data,security,iot,risk management

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Teaching in Asia for International Peace

How can teachers in Asia help promote the peace between the West and Asia during these trying trade issues? This post reflects on that.

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Global Plastic Insights: Strengthening Supply Chain Processes Amidst Trade Tensions

This is an insight into how attrition disputes can affect supply chain/recycling chain business models across a span of collaborating countries. With these insights and alternatives, you will have a much deeper understanding of costs.From there, you can form cost reduction models that will lead you to the best overall engagement strategy. Concluded by highlighting why KW Plastics is the solution of choice in this situation.

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Keywords: plastics,recycling,supply chain,industry,insights,trade war

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Global Manufacturing Insights Amidst Attrition Fears

This is the forensic case into global manufacturing cost complications/supply chain issues and marketplace dispersion following the unilateral tariff disputes. How will you save on production costs, taxes, and marketing expenses as the attrition scales? This brief will be investigative reportage into the best alternative solutions.

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Keywords: attrition,trade,supply chain,market,cost reduction

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Forming a Peaceful Chinese Exit Plan

Should you choose to move your supply chain out of China, these are the market insights you want to be aware of. Are you really saving costs? Likewise, could you be hurting trade relationships through this process? As the politics intensify, this is a close to the numbers look at what is going on at ground level.

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Keywords: supply chain,logistics,exit plan,cost reduction

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Trade disputes and Ecommerce: Problems and Solutions

This report will focus on the particular impact trade disputes can have on entirely online business models. What are the problems you'll face? What are the solutions? This report takes a deep insight look.

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Keywords: trade,ecommerce,supply chain,online

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Predicting Effectual Tariff Dispute Response for AI Response Automotive

This is an exclusive look into the actual industry impact of Sino-American supply chain conflict on fully AI controlled automotive products. This will show your audience how they can respond as buyers, sellers and source agents to better their chances of cost-evasion, etc.

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Keywords: trade,automotive,cost reduction,tariff

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Effectually Side-Stepping Trade Dispute Implications on Biotech Supply Chains

With the Sino-American mutual development leading the world in biopharma momentarily, one can only imagine how a heated trade relationship would impact the supply chain. This is an exclusive look at current concern points and how to evade them in your own supply line.

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Keywords: biopharma,supply chain,r&d,trade,tariff

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Preserving the Balance: International Network Security Amidst Escalating Trade Tensions

The security of nations in a complex negotiation environment drives network provider demands. Understand the complexities of the environment to better provide and faster service in the current domino-setup of trade relations.

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Keywords: unified communications,network security,SD-WAN,trade disputes

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Cost-Reduction Plans for Shippers Amid Trade Relations Fears

The Sino-American/South East Asian government struggles on shipping and supply will ultimately come down to your pocketbook. Unless you know how to negotiate cost reduction early and strategically. This is the exclusive, in-depth look at cost-reduction in the trade dispute season for Ezyhaul customers.

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Keywords: trade,tariff,road hauling,shipping,cost reduction

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Good Communication in the Time of Intellectual Property War

This post will explain how tech firms can keep up good unified communications even in the middle of a trade dispute that stems from intellectual property debates. This is an exclusive forensic review of the actual grievances in this trade dispute and how to overcome them.

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Keywords: tech,IT PR,communications,trade disputes

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How insurance tech can improve disaster claims services

This post reflects on recent news regarding flood insurance and other complex delay claims. How insurance tech has been improving these FEMA level disaster claims on the customer service level.

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Keywords: insurance,tech,FEMA,disasters,customer service

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Trade Issues Impact on Warehousing Tech

How will the recent trade disputes impact the warehouse tech industry? This report takes you behind the scenes of industry issues.

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Keywords: trade,tariff,disputes,warehousing,technology

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25 Effective and Ethical Ways to Use User Data for Demand Generation

How you use your customers' data is just as important as gathering it. This post breaks down 25 ways that, under GDPR, companies collect and use customer data for a better web experience.

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Keywords: GDPR,demand generation,data,UX

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Forensic Security Improvements Under Kubernetes' Late 2018 Updates

As Kubernetes matures into its latest updates for 2018, it's time for each company to put it to action. Executing better security measures begins on these stakes. This is a forensic investigation into the places where previous deployments failed and how Kubernetes' latest version can solve those discrepancies.

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Keywords: kubernetes,security,forensics,Azure,network security,cloud scaling

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Forensic Cloud Share: Network Security Month Checklist

This is network security month. There are several things that companies should stress awareness of as the next year comes closer. This is a forensic investigation into those stressors that make company cloud the most vulnerable. What will response look like? The answers are here.

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Keywords: cloud,colocation,network security,prevention

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Preparing your marketing department for network security month

All of the intensive creativity and labor that goes into advertising should not be taken advantage of. This is how to prepare your marketing department to keep intellectual property secure. It's network security month.

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Keywords: marketing,network security,intellectual property

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Avoiding Trade Disputes in Roofing Product Selection

A forensic investigation into the quality of alternative roofing products compared to those brands with a supply chain caught up in recent trade disputes. This uses customs research to determine who supplies from Asia, who will be bettered under USMCA. And finally, what prices are going to bounce up higher no matter where they come from. A cost-evasion strategy resource.

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Keywords: trades,pricing,cost reduction,roofing

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Network Security Month: Forensic Analysis for a Safer 2019

This is a forensic analysis of the weakest points in previous network security. How you can prepare to do better on those points in 2019 for October network security month.

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Keywords: forensic,analysis,network security

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Network Security Month: Strengthening Your Company Awareness

A report on what network security month is and why your company should be aware of it. How to prep your team to be ready for upcoming security challenges.

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Keywords: network security,user data,lead gen

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Network Security Month: Routine and Forensics

This is an in-depth look at the network security month protocols. What are the routines for most unified communications companies? Where do we employ forensic research into weaknesses?

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Keywords: network security,unified communications,forensic

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Protecting IP for Network Security Month

You build great things every day. It would be tragic is they were to be compromised. This report explores forensically places where design firms have weak security habits and how to improve them.

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Keywords: network security,IP,data,customer,web design

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Cost Reduction for Home Repair Supply Chain Despite Trade Issues

This report will give you every estimate you need for the trade dispute influenced home repair supply chain. Gives insights into costs that will be better and those that will be worse based on manufacturing facts, etc.

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Keywords: trade,home renovation,supply chain,cost reduction

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The Case for AVM0703: Safely Resetting the Immune System

A forensic investigation into using AVM0703 to safely recalibrate the immune system. What could go wrong? How do we prepare a response for setbacks to make things go right? Where has this been successfully executed in the clinical landscape? This is the exclusive review.

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Keywords: immunology,biotechnology,research,safety

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Preparing Zero-Trust Schemes With Adaptation In Mind

Zero-Trust may not be enough to fend off all attacks. While it acts as a traffic stop in the world of digital crime, some criminal activity can still slip through it disguised as a legitimate online activity. This report makes the case for a stronger company cybersecurity staff of human responders who are always being educated on the scope and behavior of cyber espionage.

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Keywords: network security,cyber security,malware,zero trust

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Announcing The Market 261 Official Newsletter

Using this article to explain the agenda behind the Market 261 newsletter. What can be expected, why it's important, how it can help, who is the most impacted, etc.

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Improving Dividend Stocks Investment in Commercial Real Estate

Based on recent news,how can you drive a more precise research into dividend stocks and real estate investment? This report has an in-depth insight into a move that will make your profits escalate on their own over an invested time frame.

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Keywords: commercial real estate,dividend stocks,investment

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10 Strategies to Fast-Track Real Estate Investment Success

An exhaustive guide to investing in real estate even in complex trade environments, locations, and markets. 10 strategies are fact-checked severely with official government data and a cross-reference to other forensic trials.

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Keywords: real estate,strategies,investment,trade

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Protecting IP While Navigating Trade Conflict Complications

This is a forensic analysis of hacking and IP theft that happens in the everyday integration of business deals. How can a regular business prepare itself against the massive loss threat of IP infringement and also navigate the issues caused by more defensive protocols? This report will showcase a mediation strategy.

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Keywords: IT,hacking,IP threat,loss prevention.

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A Guide to Natural Disaster and Weather Proofing Your Roof

Everything you need to know about disaster preparedness roofing supply from Mendocino to Michael relevant natural disaster issues.

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Keywords: natural disaster,roofing,weather,prep

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Potential Pros and Cons of USMCA on Dallas Developments

There has been escalated recent trade controversy surrounding USMCA and US-China relations. With closer proximity to Mexico than a majority of US states, Texas would be in the direct physical range of some of the more negative and positive impacts of USMCA. Especially as the Presidential administration combines USMCA efforts with stronger border control developments. What will this mean for companies in the Dallas sector? How will you avoid cost traps and take advantage of the pros?

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Keywords: pros,cons,development,Dallas,USMCA,cost reduction,labor force,supply chain

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Background Forensics and Immigration: Ethics Thin Red Line

With surfacing controversy surrounding immigration reform, companies don't want to bungle the ethics of eligible legal alien work status/background checks. This report will look into the margin of error made by companies currently and what can be done to close that gap.

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Effects of Recent Elections on Tenant Screening

Depending on whether prop 10 or prop 5 passes, how will your tenant screening process be impacted? This post will do a data review to show you the best process to take moving forward depending on the changes caused by either legislative action

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Keywords: prop 10,prop 5,impact,rent,screening,process,preparation

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Can viruses from IoT to Data Storage Be Transmissible?

As computerized devices become more lifelike in their ecosystems so do their security risk factors. Can IoT to Cloud storage hacking, phishing, and viruses become "transmissible" in the same sense a living organism can contract a virus?

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Keywords: malware,communication,network,IoT,storage audit

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How AI/ML Promotes Cost Reduction Strategies

As the US-China and supply chains issues escalate, how can tech help developing companies and retailers better support cost reduction plans? This report states the most recent facts.

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Keywords: retail,supply chain,cost reduction,saving,strategy

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How US Trade Relations Impact Branding

This report is a guide to marketing for leads in a marketplace saturated by domino negative rapport as caused by recent US trade/international disputes.

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Keywords: B2B,international,US Trade

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How EV Charging Businesses Can Invest In Space Advancement Programs

How can electronic vehicle charging businesses invest in the tech race that surrounds the new space advancement programs and their different segments?

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Keywords: EV,space,invest,CTO

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The Cardinal Threat: IP Exploitation Post Dyn DDoS

This report will use the history of the Dyn DDoS attacks to trace the exploitation behind recent IoT developments. The cardinal threat to data is not a threat to existing intellectual properties. It's the threat to those innovations that have yet to be released commercially giving the cyberspace criminal a strategic vantage point.

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Keywords: cybersecurity,Dyn DDoS,IoT,data forensics

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Cyber Ghosts: Understanding Invisible Criminal Backgrounds

This is an investigative report into criminal backgrounds that would be invisible to most employment agencies or other establishments. What if a criminal background can't be found because it all happened on the dark web and was lost in translation in a "Free Hacks" forum shadow? This study from high-priority detection agencies like NSA, CIA, US-CERT, and others will tell us what do to when screening IT security officers for crimes committed in the dark web.

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Keywords: dark web,criminal background,IP infringement

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IoT Exploitation: A Post-Dyn DDoS World

This is a high alert report following recent coverage of the Dyn-DDoS cyber attack. How will the world move forward with such a volatile scenario unfolding in the landscape of IoT? This investigative report will search all major-to-minor alert think tanks to form a solution for IoT exploitation exposure and control. We know how to keep information safe, but are we keeping it safe from the right parties or are we putting it in their hands?

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Keywords: risk factor,Dyn DDoS,IoT,cyber security,zero trust,cyber forensics

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Vanishing Islands: How 72% FTSE 100 Disappearance Rates Impact Mobile

This is a follow up to the DDoS attack forensics of the last 2 years. How will the risk to FTSE 100 companies reflect on the mobile digital experience? This will set out to prove the margin of risk that exists for mobile digital experiences in the wake of "vanishing islands" of the internet.

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Keywords: DNS,FTSE 100,mobile,risk factor management

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Stepping Stones to a Maximum Results Creative Brief

These steps will help the freelance writer create the maximum result creative brief.

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Defending Retail and Hospitality from Economic Espionage

Continuing from my investigative reportage into the US-China relations stats. What weaknesses exist in the retail/hospitality corporations models that can make them vulnerable to expatriate, student, or foreign visitor economic espionage? This report will take an in-depth look into existing data to protect your IP rights from the most complex schemes active today.

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Keywords: economic,espionage,retail,hospitality,IP infringement,cybersecurity

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A Guide to FEMA Development Updates Post Hurricane Severity

After Michael, Maria and Harvey the process of FEMA response and EPA activity is the subject of serious discussion. How will your Florida development area be impacted? This post will look at the data behind the discussion to give you a clear picture of development preparation as policies are reviewed.

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Keywords: development,disaster,preparedness,sustainability,guide,how to,policy

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Bringing down the Houzz: use social media to your design advantage

This post explains how Houzz profiles can help the customers plan a dream yard design and connect with others who have a passion for better landscape quality.

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Eliminating Zero Day Vulnerable Anomalies with AI

These are the steps software companies at large are currently taking to detect zero-day anomalies with artificial intelligence scans. The facts, the myths and the latest.

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The most affordable places to buy a first home

This is the list of neighborhoods surrounding major cities that are the most affordable for new home owners to plan to transition to. Consensus reached as of early March 2018

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Smart Money: Using campaigns to showcase wise money decisions

How you can turn your advertising into an advisor climate that helps buyers see why your product/service is the smartest long-term investment.

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Bringing them Home

She's on her way home. At Strong Blocks Real Estate, we make it our priority to see that your daughter has a home her own to come back to when she returns with that degree. Strong Blocks sets the foundation that builds the playrooms of tomorrow's grandchild. We set the shape for Dad's first ever real man cave. Your sons new game room. Mom's own kitchen. Because home ownership is "you and your family" and not "them and theirs". Are you ready to bring them home?

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Keywords: real estate,blog,seo

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Leading Thoughts: Choosing the voice

Your brand calls to mind a time when I saw two red foxes attempting to forage through trash along a railroad in the Southern US. Failure to recycle properly affects us all, from the largest urban institution to the back 40. Select a voice that speaks on behalf of the red fox whose name you borrowed. Let that voice echo the quality of the lives you save. Lead by following them to the source of the problem. The earth is sick.

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Keywords: content,influencer marketing,lead generation,recycling

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A Voice Soft Enough For Pain Points, Loud Enough for Static

Your products are the solution suffering people can't hope to find. As the publicist for an NGO in Ghana, I have seen the outcome of insufficient health care products and complete lack of software. In the West, an overload of data is slowing and clogging healthcare. Be the shoutout frazzled practitioners need most. Develop a voice soft enough to navigate their pain but loud enough to cut through the static that is your noisy competition.

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Keywords: content,health care,relationship marketing

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Grocery Price Crisis

Butter cost just rose nationally by 40%. Reflecting this cost change on the dairy farms, what is going on? How can local food initiatives stand in the gap between overly priced and bad quality groceries?

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Marketing to elite social media

How does your team target their social media to appeal to the audience of 1% exclusive social media audiences like The Marque. This post explores how.

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Indirectly marketing to secret social media sites

These sites are private or secret because the audience is exclusive. These tactics will help you to reach them and the rich profits they can bring for your business.

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Organic Linkedin Marketing

Many LinkedIn users are weary of the constant sales letter spam. This post will explain how to non-intrusively reach out to influencers in your network and make pitches that feel more like conversations,

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Machine learning and customer engagement: The basics

Everything your team needs to know about machine learning trends and customer engagement to work the best solutions between tech and trained professionals for your clients.

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How to market to aristocrat social media audiences

There are a few social media outlets that are only for modern blue bloods. How do you market to the personnel and brands found on 1% social media? These tips will help.

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OraCoat in 2018: What consumers think

This post will explain what OraCoat consumers thought of the product at its peak buzz early this year. What will this mean for dental lozenge products in the coming year. Should you invest?

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Grooming the elite sales rep

This article explains how to take sales reps to the level that makes them viable to the 0.50% percent of 1% crowds. Sell to the sharks. You just need one large deal to make great profits.

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How no to handle a claim

A narrative example that leaves the insurance provider anonymous explaining one of the worst claims situations ever experienced and the alternatives for the customer in this situation.

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Choosing an accountant for your nonprofits grants

When you receive a large grant or government allowance for your nonprofit, it is a challenge to choose the right accountant. These tips will help you know what to look for.

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Trend appraisal

This post will explain why its necessary to appraise internet marketing trends for their value before subscribing to anything that could be potentially ineffective or costly.

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Chatbots and Workplace Harassment: AI Working As Peacemakers

Recent innovations have used chatbots to solve harassment cases.Have we tapped into a new vein of chatbots' human resources potentials? Here is the latest.

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Documents in a Disaster Situation

When a disaster strikes, documents can be misplaced or destroyed by fire and elements. What you need to know about duplicate security and replacing a lifetime of papers when the unthinkable happens.

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Submarine Cable and the Environment

This report will go into detail about the sustainability of submarine cables and all the measures currently being taken to make the greenest global experience for a preserved natural tomorrow.

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Teaching Children About Fundraising

This post will explain how to teach a child about fundraising and give them a firm foundation for fundraising throughout their life.

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E-Currency of 2018

This post will explain everything internet marketing professionals/consumers/developers need to understand about the growing trends in e-currency for this year.

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What app store changes mean for your apps

Apple's recent adjustments to the app store and how that will affect the apps your team is currently developing. A full report on expected trends for the remaining winter season 2018.

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How Barbados is Working on Safety

How Barbados and its surrounding islands are working in 2018 to detract from crime and make the islands a place tourists will more confidentially visit.

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2018: Optical is no longer an illusion

This post will explain what to expect with optical networking and packaging as 2018 shows a rise in optical/quantum computer tech innovation. Here's what to watch for. What to invest in.

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Absolutes of a better online banking experience

From the customer's perspective, these are the absolute things that have to exist to improve an online banking experience.

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Night Vision Cam: They expect more

Your customers expect more from night vision cam.The jury has spoken. These insights will help you appeal to your crowd.

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Living on less: How to survive temporary poverty

This is a description of life with serious poverty. How to live with this temporary issue and what you can do to reverse it quickly. The latest.

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Brand awareness for nonprofits

How do non-profits create a brand for their cause? How can HFA make that advertising happen and work real impact in the world? Ths post shows nonprofits what a service like HFA can really do for them.

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Pick up orders: How retail online is changing credit cards

This post will explain the evolving relationship between credit cards and the virtual retail store. What policies will eventually be made standard across the web?The latest.

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Should you use VR advertising on your website?

How much does VR actually do for your brand? Is the cost you put into the VR applications worth the return? How can you save big and show off? This post lays out what you can expect in 2018.

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Researching sub-Saharan marketplaces

Africa is a risky place to market too and yet it can also be quite lucrative. How do we assess the marketplace in the sub-Saharan region and come away winners? The latest.

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Improving brand through endorsing grassroot nonprofit initiatives

One of the best marketing strategies that is completely evergreen. Your brand can form key alliances with grassroot nonprofit initiatives to improve online persona.

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The impact of bots on BPM

How much are bots effecting BPM this year, internally and externally? Where do we draw the line between robotic delegation and human regulation in our everyday procedures, particularly in social BPM?

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5 Daily Info Security Steps Each Teammate Should Practice

This 5-step plan will help all of your teammates keep a constant check on little details that could compromise information security.

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Creating an activity log for your desk

Want to keep track of your information in a way that no digital hackers can see it?Make a physical activity log and keep track of all your online activity in a way that mirrors accounting.

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Daily information security that saves thousands

Security tricks that can be implemented every day and save thousands of dollars on other costs and potential losses. Educating for a better network security is essential.

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25 Things A 25-Year-Old Executive Should Know

Here is the list of advice I wish I'd been given as I started my career of self-employment and nonprofit industry PR executive roles.25 tips for the 25-year-old executive to take to the bank.

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Are drip email sequences risky for my company?

Drip emails may be useful for their bulk related purposes, but can they be risky to implement? If there are risks involved like ransomware, what does your team need to know to keep safe?

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Water purification in a crisis

This post will explain how to naturally purify water in a situation of crisis where commercial treatment is not possible. It explains the importance of keeping bodies of water safeguarded at all costs.

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Improving your revenue cycle

How can you improve your dental practice/product supplier's revenue cycle? This post will triangulate efficient strategies for improving revenue cycling in various aspects specifically dental in nature.

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15 Investment Projects Community Banks Work Best For

This is a list of 15 different projects local investment at a community bank makes the most logical sense for.

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The 15 Best Reasons Your Small Business Needs Savings Fast

Why should you be keeping a savings account for your business? This post explains 15 of the best scenario examples fora savings account's usefulness in the real world.

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How Google Stackdriver Updates Impact Business

This post looks at the most recent updates in Google Stackdriver. What this means for devops. The latest news.

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Customer experience software and hospitality: What works

This post will explain new breaks in CX and what hospitality needs to invest in to enhance the feedback for each establishment in a chain. The latest market watch.

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Studio EM 2018: The future of exploration

Goes into the time relevancy of Studio EM as an exploration geologist assistant. What headlining issues this can impact and how to integrate it into your model. Tips for the maximum effect.

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The Best of The Better: Amplifying your strategy

What happens when you want to do the best of some better brand? It's time to focus intensely on your social strategy and customer experience. Here's how to amplify it. The latest trends.

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Influence Trickle Effect: How security accountability is failing

The RSA security conference's faulty app is only one example of security influence demographic failing users. With the Cambridge Analytica scandal being unraveled for the people by company whistleblowers, its time for us to see the true gravity of security failures and division breaches in even the running leaders of security service. How you can improve accountability and counteract the failure before it streams down to you. The latest.

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From the top: What GOP blasting of agencies means for internal controls

Recently, the GOP blasted a particular industry for its lax data security report. In the wake of Facebook drama, all agencies must now take a hard look at their internal controls and learn from their peers' mistakes. Why data security is as much a security agencies problem as it is a consumer problem. What SSH as a brand has done as a brand to stay ahead of this present issue. The latest.

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ROI of Edge Computing: Is it the first or final industrial frontier?

It seems like a bold claim, but Cision, cites edge computing as the final yard for making breakthroughs in the industrial internet. But is it really? Or is it the first step in a whole new realm of possibility? This post shows the full current assessment in ROI on edge computing

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Innovation Races: Strengths of Investing in US lab solutions

Directly or indirectly, the technology race in trade has affected all demographics of innovation. With tensions rising as high up as WTO, how will changing trade climates affect the marketplace of laboratory software? Why you should buy from your native supplier (BioRAFT) and the strong points this angle gives you as the stakes in this game raise. The latest.

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Failure to launch: When governments life science strategy falls short

The UK is suffering from a failing life sciences strategy in the industrial sector. What if they were able to shift the balance of this collapsing company to the par excellence of laboratory software providers elsewhere in the West. This post would show the gathering strengths of the American life science strategies (BioRAFT) and why these companies can bail themselves out of instances of representation failure by legally contracting with foreigners. The latest.

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Guaranteeing Maximum Uptime in Colocation

A response to the article in the source links. How can your brand improve uptime in colocation and be better than the best?

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Constant Content: Keeping video scripts on demand

This is the guide to scripting long-form scripts to be busted up into shorter videos.How you can keep your content ideation rolling by making a map that runs on a theme. The latest.

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Immortal Brandng: Pinpointing Flaws

This post explains why some brands die and how you can gain brand immortality by recognizing branding weaknesses. The latest.

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Insurance in the Time of Earthquakes: Disaster Options

With the Hawaiian crisis in the news, many consumers from various geo locations are wondering what their disaster options are. This post is the Kaplansky insight on this topic.

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Best vehicle for navigating natural disaster clean up

This post will follow up the Hawaiian volcanic crisis. What is the best vehicle for navigating a natural disaster impact zone and heading up the clean up crew? The latest.

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Effective Buyer Persona Starts With Transparent Seller Persona

"Physician heal thyself." The road map to a buyer persona that actually impacts a real buyer begins with a seller persona that accurately represents the ideal methods of the best seller for the buyer in question. Still, how transparent these study metrics will be is the essential aspect that makes them usable or not.

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Small Business Banking in the Age of Bitcoin

Explains the principle difference between digital and scientific approaches to investment capital. Why bank lending and management is still better for the small business.

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Defining care options for the crisis impoverished/homeless

This post explains how those who intervene on behalf of the crisis impoverished or homeless can use CoverMe to get them excellent payment options setup.

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How Edge Computing Improves Data Collection

This post explains what edge computing is to the less technical crowd and how it is expected to improve data collection, Cloud, etc. Why you should consider an investment in it.

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Should your business invest in edge computing?

This post explores exactly what edge computing is and how it applies to SMBS. Should your business invest in it?iCorps as an authority in all tech investments for businesses.

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Should your web development team invest in edge computing?

This post explains exactly what edge computing's relevance could be to SMBs. Is it economical for your business, given its current status, to invest in edge? KiZAN has the story.

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Maintaining GDPR compliance in modern SEO

Gone are the days where we only worry about Google compliance. Calling our SEO into question with new internet content laws. Lead generation post to bring consumers to Sure Oak.

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Behavior Based Personalization and Demand Generation Work Together

Explaining in-depth how behavior-based personalization and demand generation can scale each other. Verndale's insights into a better strategy for both applications.

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Side-stepping a bad landlord

Picks up where the Hartford Courant left off on bad landlord practice in New York. This is how you avoid running into a landlord like the one in the clip.

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Empowering the Independent Journalist

Why the independent journalist has the most influence on smaller social demographics. Using tools like Applicaster to empower the independent journalist and strengthen pure coverage.

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Sidestepping Common PPC Mistakes

Showcases 5+ common mistakes of PPC marketing. How to sidestep these with more careful planning.

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Equipment Cost-Reduction Strategies To Live By

Cost-reduction goals are easier said than met. We've reviewed the precision execution of several cost-cutting plans to bring you the best value in equipment purchasing decision information.

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Creating demand generation via brand films production

Demand generation strategies require increasing creativity to be viable. Incorporating brand films into the think tank have the staying power to infuse demand generation with strength.

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What can Gatebox tell us about automation's future?

When the recent story about Japan's "Gatebox" home assistant device broke, we had many questions. As AI becomes more animated, conversation, friendly and direct, what will this mean for the automation industry? Is it possible that we're taking automation too far? How can we make a better balance between automation and human interaction? This post explores customer service ina quickly voice-over activated world.

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Keywords: automation industry,Gatebox,future,customer service

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Gatebox Impact: Balancing customer service with automation

Japan's recent news about the Gatebox device has raised many questions. On the one hand, we have an excellent opportunity to explore the range of automated characters and their companion qualities. This can make automation marketing twice as effective. Yet, some have wondered if there is some unbalance in the use of products like these. How can we encourage better human interaction customer service while also pushing automation to its max potential?

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Keeping your B2B cycling with data regulations

A good technique forB2B marketers to live by: always keep your strategy cycling with every data regulation that comes your way, using project management software or some other comparison planner. Identifying the heavy impact each regulation will have on your digital marketing strategies. Another good technique for you to live by: always forget what you know and learn something new. This post will teach you how to do both and apply these techniques to your daily strategy execution.

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Fire Policy: What to know before you shop certain districts

The Grenfell "stay put" investigation has been hair-raising. Buying a home in London doesn't have to be. If you're looking for flats or estates alike, you need to know the fire safety policies before you agree to anything. This report will prepare you with the right research tools to find those things out for yourself. London Central Property can take it even further. Here's how with the latest reports in central housing.

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Keywords: london,central,property,fire,safety,policy,affordable,research

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10 Network Marketing Secrets for Solopreneurs

What if you are a solo operation? How do the 10 rules of the best network marketing tactics apply to you? This post will adapt these 10 to a more doable scenario for one person.

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How a 21-Month Rent-to-Own Program Saves You Money

Follow up to the presentation for City of Milwaukee and Near West Side Partners. How does a 21-month plan really save you money overall as opposed to other kinds?

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Life After GDPR: Spot Checks Your Company Needs

Following up after the GDPR went live. Is your company fully compliant? Here are the spot checks you need to check to make sure you pass all the checks now and in the near future.

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Preserving B2B Relations in a Trade Fraught International Vista

The trade tensions are on the rise. How can you preserve the leads you have already made internationally in the wake of these issues? LeadBoost has the top strategies.

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Preserving Global B2B Amidst Unresolved Trade Friction

Trade tension is escalating. What can be done between businesses to preserve trade relations made in the B2B sector despite failed diplomacy? OZ Global has solutions.

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Identifying How 350 Risk Factors Apply to Your Investment Portfolio

This week in alternative investment news,CAIA has estimated that the national debt will actually rise by 15% before the end of next year. How will the risks opening from this impact your investment liquidity? This post gives you the material you need to assess the 350 unique risk factors that emerge from this post-GFC issue even while you make alternative investments.

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Keywords: alternative investment,post-GFC,debt,liquidity

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Breaking Buzzworthy Things at the Right Time

Not all complaints in the social media field are feed related. Some actually stem from notification spam or even just poorly timed notification programming. With support from Commun.it, how can brands become more conscious of their notification system to drive a better social media experience that keeps them in the loop but does so at a time that meshes with their real-time life? This post explores new science and strategy behind these concepts.

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Keywords: social media,strategy,notifications,realtime

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Adapt To Overcome Language Barriers

As an educator abroad in Asia, you may need help overcoming language barriers that foreign learners have to native traditional speech. The Southeast Asian languages are deeply situated in traditionalism. This post will drive the educator to adapt to situations quickly where next-to-native language skills are difficult but necessary for driving a better student response.

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Keywords: foreign,language,barrier,learning,abroad,tools,techniques

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Hidden Cobra, Et.Al. Privatizing DoD-Level Readiness

"Hidden Cobra"is the US-CERT teams nickname for N. Korea malware. The most recent development is called KEYMARBLE. This post follows up to this recent development. How can private intensive research companies adapt to a military-level defense as the lines between public, private and classified are lost in the echo of modern innovation?

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Keywords: private,data security,cyber security,deep data

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Lessons from Delta: When Responder Funds Dissipate

As the Delta fires in California continue to rage, clogging I-5 and the flow of enterprise commute, public safety faces a fissuring issue. A pull on the local economy at the same time that the Cal-Fire department has nearly depleted its funds. What can private safety solutions providers learn from this incident? Solutions to issues like this have run like A and B with TriTech.

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From Hit and Run to Hustle: A Freelance Journalist's Story

I was nearly murdered once. After a harassment case at my old job nearly ended in vehicular homicide, I left my safety net, my scholarship funding job. To be a freelance writer. I started with zero knowledge writing dime back novels for obscure Upwork clients. 3.5 years later, I am a full-time freelance journalist. This is my story and the guide to survival out here in digital no-man's land.

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Keywords: freelance,success,survival,progress,perks,pain,depression,motivation

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Evading Hidden Costs of Tariff Implications

The trade war of attrition has begun. Some products will be completely unaffected. Still, some, in the technology space particularly, may see large cost spikes. In the midst of these spikes, we also have the care of hidden costs and retailing issues. This report is an investigative breach into what hidden costs may emerge and how to evade them.

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Keywords: trade,tariff,costs,hidden,technology,retailing

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Reducing the Severity of Trade Attrition on BioTech Supply Chain

This is a global insight forensic study into the impact that trade war of attrition will have on cryo product/biotech market supply chains. What is the most strategic supply chain option? Should companies create a peaceful Chinese exit plan or are there other solutions?

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Keywords: trade war,cost reduction,china,exit,supply chain,biotech

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Preventing Risk of Espionage in Electric Utility Industry

IoT devices will greatly enhance the way the electric industry conducts its operations. They also increase the risk of economic espionage into complex business models. This report peels back the layers of non-apparent cybersecurity for a safer business future.

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Keywords: cyber,security,electric utility,intelligence,IoT,prevention

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Protecting Against Economic Espionage While Maintaining Good Hiring Relations

This is a follow up to the post on Oct. 8th about BAHA and Immigration changes. How can HR departments shield against potential trade leaks while also maintaining a good hiring pool/immigration relations? This research reports it.

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Keywords: economic,espionage,hiring,relations

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Planning DarkNet Loss Prevention in Electric Utilities Industry

This is a follow up to my investigation into the darknet marketplace where I researched some counterfeit conversations of the deep web. How will business taken to the building black market of innovation impact energy utilities in the white marketplace? This report will follow an official report into cybersecurity and loss prevention. The report will be enclosed as a text-based Google file as linking to some of these sites is risky.

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Keywords: economic,loss prevention,darknet,electric utilities,blockchain,currency

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Protecting Crypto Investments From Currency Wars

The non-indexed internet has become rife with illegal trade done via blockchain currencies. Currencies, such as TrumpCoin, have been set up in the name of politicians, others for activism. How can you protect the white hat legitimacy of your currency technology/stocks investments and prevent loss caused by the darknet systems/politics of currency attrition? This follows my investigation into currency attrition into today's modern trade rhetoric, particularly as it involves blockchain.

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Keywords: loss prevention,economic,blockchain,cybersecurity,risk management

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ID and Fraud Risks to Property Management from DarkNet Services

I just did an investigative sweep of the darknet where I spied on some illicit services like ID creators, and illegal trade. This investigative report would give some insights into this investigation and how property management companies can prevent ID fraud and hack risks from these unlisted internet marketplaces.

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Keywords: ID,cybersecurity,property management,small business

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Unmasking Cryptocurrency Fraud: What it does to your business values

I'm an investigative reporter in my day job. I was just doing a deep dive spying on the darknet to follow currency attrition wars between the US and China. I've spied out some cryptocurrency fraud procedures. This report will follow up the how and why of cryptocurrency fraud and what white hat businesses it will impact the worst. This will also divulge to your audience how Safe-T procedures can help their company prevent fall out from the investigative facts unearthed. 1

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Keywords: hacktivism,nation state,cybersecurity,cryptocurrency fraud,protection,prevention

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Unmasking Hacktivism: Protecting Your Cloud from Darknet Service Loss

I am an investigative reporter. I've recently been unearthing the politics of unlisted digital black markets by spying on them, and research non-Google listed web. I'm compiling a forensic case to better understand amateur hacktivism and innovations and how that can affect large corporate Cloud eventually. This report will focus on loss prevention for cloud-based data service companies who want to shield against nation-state fraud.

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Keywords: hacktivism,loss prevention,cloud,SaaS,VPN,abuse,prevention,fraud,cybersecurity

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Protecting Digital Services from Darknet Conspiracies

After a recent investigation into cryptocurrency fraud in the darknet, I compiled a research set of incidents. This post would follow up with an official plan of action to empower businesses to protect against darknet-to-physical world fraud in their digital/gig services.

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Keywords: cybersecurity,scams,dark net,gig economy,protection

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Shielding Networks from Reverse Darknet Fraud Scams

This is a follow up to my forensic investigation into darknet networking trends, the exploitation of privacy services for criminal intent and or exit scams that become incredibly more elaborate as the information security rises to combat them. This is a series of research taken to show what happens when scammers and cybercriminals start to use professional service mentalities against the security agencies themselves.

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Keywords: cybersecurity,darknet,DDoS attacks,DNS attacks,VPN attacks

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Preventing Security Breaches/Darknet Exploitation in SMB Call CEnter

This report would be a follow up to an investigative forensic case I opened for the paper I normally report for. The investigation circled around currency manipulation and asset disruption in the darknet. This would reopen the forensics surrounding that to see how call centers in SMBs are specifically exploited by the darknet for ISP identification, closed call network exploitation, and the infringement of IP rights.

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Keywords: security,call center,SMB,IP infringement,espionage,loss prevention

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Full Virtualization ISPs and Corresponding DarkNet Risks

This is a follow up to my forensic investigation of currency manipulation in the darknet for Global Market Shanghai magazine. What happens to ISP security measures when full virtualization and 5G in the darknet space? What risks are solved but what other corresponding collateral risks emerge? This is the exclusive forensic case opened around that detail.

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Keywords: ISP,cybersecurity,darknet,VPN,5G,virtualization,exposure

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Securing Nomads: How to promote cybersecurity with remote employees

This is a combination of thoughts on remote worker efficiency and building call centers. How can we have remote workers that are also as secure as our official call centers for max efficiency? This is the forensics behind the greatest risk in remote employee engagement online and how to prevent these from creating severe data breaches.

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Keywords: remote,SMB,secure,cyber security,call center,engagement

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Interpreting in the Time of International Conflict

How do education missions and language barriers change when there is a great percentage of international cultural conflicts? This post will begin research at the source of the Honduran caravan and explain how language, culture, international policy and so on impacts the reason why you need a growing, powerful language network.

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Automating the Cost Reduction Cycle

This is a follow up to recent US_International shipping trades relations. How can a customer use Ubersmith accounting tools to forecast and plan around situational cost schemes, like shipping issues, and trade taxes? This post will break it done into three group, supply chain, shipping (trucks, planes, maritime) purveyor/retail.

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Keywords: accounting,cost reduction,savings,automation

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Real Time Proactive: Testing at the Speed of the Darknet

This will follow my investigation into darknet trends I ran by spying on the black market on TOR. Why PT needs to become more proactive to reach the speed of the darknet IP infringement. Privacy measures are not enough because hackers hide in legitimate pools like VPNs so this report will take it a step further to explain why proactive workflows have to reach the level of wholescale denial-of-service.

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Keywords: penetration testing,cyber security,proactive systems,dark net,IP infringement,VPN

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Sustainable Investment Amid US_China Attrition Concerns

This follows a year of fearfulness over a US-Chinese trade war/cold war. How can we use sustainable investments to secure our positions in international B2B communications despite the strain of the times? This report will research the true causes behind US_China trade dispute for stabilizing insights.

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Keywords: sustainable investment,socially responsible investment funds,Sino-American

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How to Source and Employ Diplomatic Talent

This is a report on how to find talent that has diplomacy skills in times of serious trade tension. What to look for? How to find them? Why you need them? This report focuses on these points to deliver a clear pathway to strong public-focused minds in your workspace.

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Keywords: workforce,talent,diplomacy,sourcing

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SMBs vs. Nation-States : How Edgewater Networks Secure DSS Futures

This is your complete briefing on the marketplace of SMBs who work closely with the DSS services. How to prepare your communications for compliance,cost-effectivity, and security in demilitarization zones forward enterprise projects. This will show why E.N.has the best capacity to prepare an SMB in the DCAA compliance registration process to have the safest and most effective hosting online for the most reasonable price. Why you don't need to buy into a major corp.service for PBX security.

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Keywords: SMBs,Hosted PBX,DCAA,compliance,solutions,Edgewater Networks

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Rift in the Picture: Audience Cleavages and Broadcast Mediation

This post looks at the technical aspects behind healing the ideological cleavage in American media. Ideological preferences have been used in the narrative to deeply skew the audience's engagement within itself. These tools will help us to appeal in moderation to both sides of the audience for stories that lead to better negotiations, and better audience internal relationships.

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Keywords: audience,modem,presentation,broadcast,mediation

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User-Based Mediation: Getting the Audience to Work Together

In every aspect of media narrative, from political, economic and social, ideological preferences are creating cleavages that generate hostilities in the audience. This report uses an analysis of user-based content and how it creates brand fractions or mediates peace between two sides of the audience. What tools and procedure can we apply to mediate the audience engagement within itself for a better branding outcome?

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Keywords: user-based,content,ideas,mediation,audience engagement

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How to Mediate Peace in the Audience

How can we get audiences to work together for our brand image if audiences usually engage in argumentative discussions over fracturing ideologies? This report goes into procedures and technology-based skills we can use to mediate the audiences on their ideological preferences and rather bring both sides into the discussion for a more well-rounded engagement rhetoric.

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Keywords: mediation,tools,engagement,user based content,content creation

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Mediating Respondents: Tools Toward Better Audience to Audience Relations

Our constant research and narrative representation focus on end-user engagement. Suppose we were to think outside the box for a moment and realize our audience interacts within itself. Hypothetical today's ideological cleavages are infringing on all forms of audience discussion engagement. What research tools and tech can we employ to media the internal relationship between our audience and itself and thus better equip our brand for evergreen and lasting presence?

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Keywords: mediation,tech,tools,engaged respondents,audience,end-user

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The California Effect: Work Management of a Daily Struggle

This research goes into the once season issues in California that are now daily fears. How can firefighters produce better productivity to push back the scale of these common disasters?

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Keywords: disaster,productivity,work management,California,wildfire

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Behavioral Economics in the Media Startup Industry

Investing in media has changed over the years, seeing professional divisions and investment struggles. But how can we gauge the behavioral economic impact on the changing culture of media investment? How can we provide better public media options to startups and new investors?

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Keywords: behavioral,media,investment,startup,market research,paywall,saturation

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Scaling a Guest Blog Program At Reduced Cost

Where should you start? This article is the definitive guide to starting a guest blogging program from scratch. Planning cost reduction schemes along with the blog so that it continues to save money as it grows.

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Keywords: guest blogging,program,resources,101

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2018-19 Major Concerns for E-commerce Procurement

I'm a reporter for Sitejabber. This post is a logical forensic follow up to a consumer study I am doing for them on Sino-American trade relations.

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Keywords: ecommerce,mobile,procurement,digital,IP

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The Trouble of Tesla: The Problem of Executives on Pedestals

This is an investigative report following the recent months of Tesla's public crises. What went wrong in the executive relationships that led to this inflated public image and drip from Tesla's life blood? How did Elon Musk contribute, but moreso, how did Elon Musk's support board contribute?

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Keywords: executive presence,groupthink,thought leadership

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Enhancing Business Communications Tech Amid Information Failure

This report will dive into how Nuance tools can better the lives of journalists, PR, customer service departments, diplomats, non-profits and every profession that deals with business communications.

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Cinch in the Data: exploiting the unused

This investigation began when I spied on the DarkWeb markets to investigate their business models. This is a growing investigation regarding the full possibility of nation-state infringement into the everyday person's business model. How can unused data have a y2k/ DDoS-esque impact on cloud systems?

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Keywords: DDoS,business model,digital,nation-state,forensic,data,unused data,20%

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Immersion Security: Safety the Hudson Way

As a follow up to research I've done for an ABE school security system company, this post would reflect how school security is unique and even superior at a non-traditional school.

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Keywords: school,surveillance,security,immersion,environment

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Refining Open Access for 2019 Blurring Business Models

World policies are blurring together. With access controls bleeding colors between classified and non-classified information its time to create open-access refinement that preserves the value of integral information as well as its safety. How can we do this?

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Keywords: big data,cleanup,data log,open access,2019,policy,e-government

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Holiday Security 2018: The threat increases to hospitality and retail

It's been known for some time that the hospitality and retail industries are ill-affected by data breaches at a higher ratio than some business models. How will this risk change over the holidays? Particularly with the anomalies of 2018 attacks?

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Keywords: data,holiday,security,research,2018

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IoT Pressure Points: School Digital Security and the Mobile Student

Following from an investigative report done for an elementary school's security management system provider. What will the pressure points of IoT device and mobile system utilizing students be in the coming year? How can you prevent hackers from exploiting your students through a device separate to your own closed network but nevertheless with access to your Cloud share?

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Keywords: security,cloud,school,higher education,IoT,digital forensics,dark web

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