“European Union takes turn right.” I don’t agree with this headline which I’ve heard and seen in English several places such as BBC and NPR. I also don’t agree with low turnout being a referendum on dissatisfaction with the European Union. The daily advantages of easy travel and purchasing between countries seems to already be taken for granted.
It’s an old cliché but it fits well all too often, “embrace change.” We’ve all heard this before at the corporate sales conference, just as the HR folks start warming up their pink slip pads for that strategically placed layoff.
When blue printing your SEO or Traffic strategy, it is very important to factor in algorithmic changes in search engine land. One day you can be riding high with a Ton of traffic producing a ton of money, the next day you are no where to be seen in the search engines. There are many different SEO tools that keep you ahead of the curve, so that you are prepared when it happens.
In all this neo-brain science talk, perhaps we are blurring the distinction between the mind and that big wrinkled organ between our ears. Missing the difference–between intellect, consciousness and the […]
Facebook’s international expansion began in earnest last year. Now that the company has figured out the whole non-English-speaking-world thing, it’s been smooth sailing. So far so good in Europe and […]
The model of being an innovative company has been glorified over the past 10 to 15 years, but as the economy gets more conservative, so do businesses and adaptive thinking becomes a more appropriate model. This is not necessarily the best model, as we need to mold teams to fit the problem.
As consumers migrate from traditional media, marketers are desperately seeking new ways to sell their products online. While Google’s advertising services have effectively delivered ads to audiences via searches, social […]