The Chris Voss Show Podcast 259 Daniel Ameduri, CEO and Founder of Future Money Trends

Daniel Ameduri, CEO and Founder of Future Money Trends
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Benefits Of Buying Medical Supplies Online

Almost every product is now available for purchase on online shops worldwide. Customers don’t need to go outside and make a bet if the medical supplies they need is in stock or not. In addition to more vendors selling their products online, the improved logistics means products will now arrive at your door faster than it used to be. In addition, a lot of shopping platforms appeared in the last few years, offering products that range from medical device,s such as otoscopes, ionic bracelet...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, Food And Drug Administration, Charles, Mayo, William Mayo

Fitness Pro Vince Sant Asks YOU a Question: Should You Ditch the Gym to Work Out at Home?

There are great reasons to visit a gym but almost an equal number of negatives to heading to a gym. Often just the thought of driving to the gym and getting started on the workout plus the time in the back and forth to your home is enough to keep you from going.  For those […]
Tags: Seo, Vince Sant

Twitter privacy scare as bug reveals tweets of protected accounts

If you set your Twitter account to private and you have an Android device, you'd better check your settings now. Twitter says it's just fixed a four-year-old bug that flipped the privacy switch to make the account public. The post Twitter privacy scare as bug reveals tweets of protected accounts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, Mobile, Twitter, News, Trends, Social Media, Bug

Twitter suffers privacy scare as bug reveals tweets of protected accounts

If you set your Twitter account to private and you have an Android device, you'd better check your settings now. Twitter says it's just fixed a four-year-old bug that flipped the privacy switch to make the account public. The post Twitter suffers privacy scare as bug reveals tweets of protected accounts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, Mobile, Twitter, News, Trends, Social Media, Bug


Friday Already? Yes, Friday our standard registration ends. THE STANDARD REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR THE 6th ANNUAL VERTEX AWARDS ENDS FRIDAY. BE SURE TO ENTER FOR THE BEST RATE.  The Vertex Awards formally recognizes the absolute best in private label/store brand packaging design globally. Retailers manufacturers, marketers, agencies, in-house creatives, around the world turn to The Vertex Awards as the gold standard for private brand design. Standard Registration closes December 18, 2018 ENTER...
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ACLU Is Suing the Federal Government for Information About Social Media Surveillance Practices

The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of California against the federal government on Thursday over its social media surveillance practices, specifically relating to the Trump administration’s controversial immigration policy known as “extreme vetting.”Read more...
Tags: Science, Social Media, Aclu, Immigrants, Trump, Northern District of California, Social Media Surveillance, Extreme Vetting, American Civil Liberties Union Foundation

Vote 'Dildo for Indonesia': rivals for president find young voters hard to please

As elections loom, millennials tired of leaders who do not represent them find happiness in spoof social media personalities With their moustaches, traditional headwear and big campaign promises, Nurhadi and Aldo resemble almost any other politician. But, as Indonesia heads towards a presidential election, looks can be deceiving.The two presidential candidates are in fact fictional. Continue reading...
Tags: Indonesia, Social Media, Asia Pacific, Aldo, Nurhadi

Time to Hire a Professional Blogger for Your Company Blog

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Tags: Business, Marketing, Online Business, Content Marketing, Social Media Marketing, Business Blog, Company Blog, Professional Blogger

Daily Search Forum Recap: January 17, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
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7 ways to buy back your time

If you had an extra hour in your day, what would you do with it? Pick up a new hobby? Learn a new language? Find new ways to make money? What if you had two extra hours, or even three? What would you do then? To most, even an extra half hour in the day can seem like a gift. While some might think it’s impossible to even find enough time to eat, let alone do things they enjoy (I’m looking at you entrepreneurs), there are actually a LOT of ways you can carve out more hours in the day. How? Simple:...
Tags: Time, Marketing, Npr, Ramit Sethi, National Academy of Sciences, Dunn, Elizabeth Dunn, Rich Life, USA Today What

New York Post Is Getting a New Publisher and CEO

After 20 years at the company, Jesse Angelo is leaving as the publisher and CEO of the New York Post to "let someone else write the next chapter," he said in a statement. Sean Giancola will replace him. "We thank Jesse Angelo for his many and varied contributions to our company as a journalist, editor...
Tags: New York Post, Advertising, Publishers & Platforms, Jesse Angelo, Sean Giancola

Deals this week: Snap+Style Business, Pepperfry, Crofarm Agriproducts - Retail Insight Network

Deals this week: Snap+Style Business, Pepperfry, Crofarm Agriproducts   Retail Insight Network Snap+Style Business and Mi9 Retail have entered an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) partnership to create a combined solution for both customer ...
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Times Letters: 'German friends' urge Britain to stay in EU - The Times

Times Letters: 'German friends' urge Britain to stay in EU   The Times Sir, Without your great nation, this Continent would not be what it is today: a community defined by freedom and prosperity. After the horrors of the Second World ...
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Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

The lonely male in a Bolivian museum was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog, but an expedition has found him a potential mate.
Tags: News, Social Media, Frogs, South America, Bolivia,, Conservation of Resources

Twitter Releases its Official Marketing Calendar for 2019 by @MattGSouthern

Twitter has released a new, free resource to help guide marketers' social media strategies in 2019.The post Twitter Releases its Official Marketing Calendar for 2019 by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Streetwear Designer Benny Gold Closes His Store and Heads to Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Over the past 15 years, Benny Gold became one of the premier streetwear designers in San Francisco by parlaying his fame as a skateboarder into his own eponymous brand of shirts, hats and outerwear. His flagship Valenica Street shop became a tourist destination and mainstay of the city's historic Mission District. But this week, Gold...
Tags: Advertising, San Francisco, Mission District, Partners, Leadership & Talent, Goodby Silverstein, Benny Gold, Valenica Street

Alternative Income Update: December 2018

It’s past the middle of the month. That means that I am very late in presenting the final numbers on December 2018. Was December even a month? It certainly didn’t feel like it. December always seems to fly by because the last 10 days are a wash with Christmas and New Years. This year we went on our annual vacation to Aruba on the 15th, coming back on the 22nd. On the 26th we started a fairly major home renovation. So as far as productive “work” went, it was literally half a month. Subtrac...
Tags: Marketing, Zillow, Aruba, Osmo, Don, Jake, Pisa, Alternative Income, Alternative Income Streams, Boss Lazy Man, Employee Lazy Man, Chad Carson

How Lawyers Are Using Social Media in 2019

Here is a recent Daily Record column. My past Daily Record articles can be accessed here. ***** How Lawyers Are Using Social Media in 2019 I’ve been covering lawyers’ use of social media in my column for the Daily Record since 2008. Back then, most lawyers believed that social media was a passing fad, despite my ardent assertions to the contrary. Some even believed that it was both unethical and unwise for lawyers to use social media. Convincing lawyers that social media was a phenomenon t...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, New York, Law, Social Media, Web/Tech, American Bar Association, Thomson Reuters, Aba, ABA Journal, Rochester New York, Gary Craig, Daily Record--Legal Currents Column, Law & Technology, NBlack, Nicole Black

Target adds Baby Essentials to Cloud Island

This week Target announced the expansion of their baby private brand Cloud Island into essentials, including diapers, wipes, toiletries and feeding products! Since launching in May 2017, the brand has become a customer favorite, known for its stylish and affordable nursery décor, bedding, bath and layette products, all created by Target’s very own design team. It remains to be seen how this will impact Targets mega NBE brand Up&Up however it seems unlikely that Target needs two private brands i...
Tags: Featured, Target, Branding, BPA, NBE, Cloud Island, Mark Tritton, Robin Beck

Netflix Now Has 139 Million Subscribers and Says It Competes With ‘Fortnite More Than HBO’

It will now be even tougher for the four big streaming services scheduled to debut in the next year--from Disney, AT&T, Apple and NBCUniversal--to catch up with Netflix. The streaming giant now has 139 million subscribers worldwide, 58.5 million of which are U.S. subscribers, it said today in a shareholders letter. That's up from 110...
Tags: Hbo, Advertising, Netflix, Connected World, Streaming & OTT, Disney AT T Apple

New Study Reveals What People Are Buying Through Voice Assistants by @MattGSouthern

A study of US consumers reveals how they're using voice assistants, and what types of products they're buying.The post New Study Reveals What People Are Buying Through Voice Assistants by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: News, US, Seo, Digital Experience

Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History

The pop culture phenomenon and the luxury group are teaming up, and it’s about a lot more than fashion.
Tags: Celebrities, News, Rihanna, Social Media, Lvmh, Fashion and apparel, Pop and Rock Music, LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, Your-feed-fashion

What Makes British Drama Characters Compelling? In These Ads, They Tell You Themselves

Hard-bitten detective Vera Stanhope doesn't give a damn if people like her. She's a crusty crime fighter who outsmarts bad guys and suffers no fools. Disheveled and dowdy, she will not be wearing lipstick or stilettos to solve her latest case. How do we know all this? She tells us in a magically meta commercial...
Tags: Advertising, AdFreak, Vera Stanhope

Nuns Among Shareholders Asking Amazon Not to Trade Privacy for Profit

A group of nuns joining forces to take on an all-powerful tech company sounds like the plot of Sister Act 3, but it actually happened in Brooklyn--sort of. Amazon shareholders representing more than $1.3 billion in assets filed a resolution Thursday asking the company to stop selling its facial-recognition technology, Rekognition, to government agencies until...
Tags: Amazon, General, Advertising, Brooklyn

Sen. Marco Rubio Introduces Federal Privacy Legislation to Supersede State Laws

On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) introduced legislation that could give the Federal Trade Commission authority to update the nation's privacy laws for the internet era. The American Data Dissemination Act, as it's called, would task the FTC to update the nation's 1970s privacy laws. However, unlike online privacy bills introduced last year, Rubio's...
Tags: Politics, Advertising, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, Rubio, Sen Marco Rubio R Fla, Data & Insights, Ad Tech & Mar Tech

NBA Referees Will Interact With Fans on Twitter in Real-Time During Select Games

National Basketball Association referees will take to Twitter to answer fans' questions about calls in real-time as part of an initiative between the league and the National Basketball Referees Association. The NBRA and the NBA did the same thing during game three of the NBA Finals last year, and the NBRA said it received positive...
Tags: Advertising, Nba, National Basketball Association, National Basketball Referees Association, NBRA, Social Pro Daily

BOPIS, Retail’s Latest Acronym, Makes the Case for Delayed Gratification

One of the biggest themes at this year's National Retail Federation show (NRF) didn't involve AI or robots. Instead, it was a new acronym buzzword: BOPIS, known as Buy-Online-Pickup-In-Store. And it's a key part of what's driving growth for retailers like Home Depot in the fast-fulfillment Amazon era. According to a new case study from...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, Home Depot, Advertising, Nrf, National Retail Federation

What Your Customers Want From Your Company this Year

The beginning of a new year is an excellent time to set goals for your company and make decisions on where to invest your time and money. Satisfied customers come back to your business in the future and tell others what they love about your brand. Figuring out what your customers want builds your business on multiple levels. In a study of consumers, researchers learned customers value a positive experience so much that by the year 2020, customer experience (CX) will become even more important th...
Tags: Tools, Design, Office, Advertising, Blogs, Trends, Cta, Software, Culture, Pokemon, Partners, Coca Cola, Freelance, Coke, Cinemark, Lexie

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