Brand Archetypes – Ultimate Guide with Examples

This is a guest article contributed by Loius Martin. Are you so fond of a particular company that it’s hard for you to buy from other brands? You just ‘connect’ with the company more than others. Every time you catch sight of their logo, a wave of emotion runs inside you, reminding you how much you enjoy their products or services. What is it that drives you towards those brands? Why do you feel so strongly about them compared to other brands that remain hazy and swathed in vagueness? Well, it s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Design, Brands, Intel, Bbc, Ikea, Patagonia, Dallas, Starbucks, Victoria, Volkswagen, Levi Strauss, Coca Cola, Google Translate, Harley Davidson

The SEC wants to expand on who is allowed to invest in private securities

As the number of privately held companies continues to grow — and privately held companies stay private longer than ever — public market shareholders who’d earlier benefited from the growth of companies like Google and Amazon are missing out, fears the Securities & Exchange Commission. It wants to do something about it, too. Toward that end, the agency today proposed amendments to the definition of “accredited investor” and the definition of “qualified institutional buyer” that would expand the ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Tech, SEC, Securities Exchange Commission

The Ultimate Blog SEO Guide

This article is from guest author, Tom Welbourne. Looking for an SEO blog post that covers all the fundamentals so you don’t have to read a bunch of other blog posts? We have one right here for you. This blog post covers all the basics and a few extras that will help you get your blog off the ground without having to constantly update your knowledge every few days to keep up to date with the latest SEO trends from Google. Blog SEO is Like Bodybuilding If you use the analogy of the bodybuilder ...
Tags: Google, Design, London, Seo, Blogging, Google Analytics, Netflix, Joe, Guest Articles, Digital Marketing Agency, Web Design & UX, Lewis Pugh, Tom Welbourne, Low Competition Keywords If

Instagram Is Censoring Vape Speech

Instagram announced on Wednesday that it will begin enforcing bans on influencers promoting “goods such as vaping, tobacco products and weapons” in branded posts.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Instagram, Advertising, Social Media, Vaping, E Cigarettes, Influencers, Firearms

Amazon, Apple, Google, and Zigbee Alliance collaborate to develop Project Connected Home over IP

Smart home devices are becoming popular in recent years and many brands are coming up with their own smart home solutions. On similar lines to increase compatibility among smart home products, Amazon, Apple, Google, and Zigbee Alliance have now announced a working group to develop and adopt a royalty-free connectivity standard. The new open standard is named Project Connected Home over IP and it aims to enable communication across smart home devices, cloud services, and mobile apps. This pr...
Tags: Apple, News, Siri, Blogging, ZigBee Alliance, Amazon Alexa Google, Amazon Apple Google, Amazon Apple Google Zigbee, Amazon Apple Google Zigbee collaboration, Project Connected Home over IP, Philips Lighting Silicon Labs Somfy

House Impeaches President Trump For Abuse of Power, Obstruction of Congress

The House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald J. Trump on Wednesday, marking the third time in the nation's history the House voted to impeach a sitting president. NBC News reports: Trump was impeached on two articles. The first vote, 230-197, was to impeach him for abuse of power and was almost entirely on party lines; it was followed quickly by a second 229-198 vote that the president obstructed Congress. One Democrat, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, who is running for president...
Tags: Minnesota, Congress, Senate, Nbc News, Tech, Ukraine, Gop, Maine, Hawaii, House, New Jersey, House Of Representatives, Trump, Donald J Trump, Tulsi Gabbard, Jeff Van Drew

Tesla Is Nerfing Autopilot In Europe To Comply With New Regulations

Tesla is rolling out a new software update to its Model S and Model X vehicles in Europe that will reduce the capacity of its Autopilot features in order to comply with regulations. Electrek reports: Tesla has to adapt its driver-assist system to different regulations in different markets. It results in a much more limited Autopilot in Europe compared to what Tesla is making available in its vehicles in North America. The automaker already reduced the capability of the Model 3 in Europe, but now...
Tags: Europe, Tech, Tesla, North America, Electrek

Playing With Weapons Was a 'Normal' Part of Prehistoric Childhood, Study Finds

sciencehabit shares a report from Science Magazine: Prehistoric children may have been cherished by their parents -- but until recently, they've been neglected by many archaeologists, who assumed that childhood is simply about toys and games. Now, a new study adds to the growing literature that prehistoric children were hard workers, who learned from an early age to use the weapons and tools that would help them with the rigors of adulthood. The tools and weapons the team found "were just not ma...
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Research: Germany’s gender pay gap is a result of its lack of innovation

Technology has been blamed for a lot recently. Automation and artificial intelligence have supposedly led to substantial job losses, reduced bargaining power for workers, and increased discrimination. It’s even blamed for growing income and wealth inequality and, as a result, the presidency of , Brexit, the rise of far-right populism in Europe, and the specter of climate change. In response, calls are being made for global oversight and regulation of technology and there are attempts to slow dow...
Tags: Startups, Europe, Germany, Tech, Brexit, Syndication

House Calls 'Save the Internet Act' One of Its Biggest 2019 Accomplishments

House Democrats on the Energy and Commerce Committee listed the Save the Internet Act, a bill that would restore net neutrality rules, among their accomplishments in 2019. The Daily Dot reports: Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-N.J.) and Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Mike Doyle (D-Pa.) said in a statement that the Save the Internet Act and other bills passed by the committee "worked to put consumers first and strengthen our economy." Th...
Tags: Fcc, Senate, White House, Tech, House, Mitch McConnell, Doyle, Federal Communications Commission FCC, Pallone, Energy and Commerce committee, Mike Doyle, Frank Pallone Jr

Goldman Sachs leads $15M investment in Indian fintech startup ZestMoney

One of America’s largest banks has just poured some money to help millions of Indians without a credit score secure loans and make purchases online for the first time in their lives. Bangalore-based ZestMoney announced today it has raised $15 million from Goldman Sachs and existing investors Naspers Fintech, Quona Capital, and Omidyar Network. Lizzie Chapman, co-founder and chief executive of ZestMoney, told TechCrunch in an interview that the new investment is part of an extended Series B ro...
Tags: Amazon, Apps, Asia, New York, Money, Finance, India, Funding, America, Tech, Xiaomi, Goldman Sachs, Nubank, Bangalore, Naspers, Paytm

Facebook might take on Google Stadia thanks to its recent acquisition

It appears Google Stadia may have some friendly market competition thanks to Facebook's latest acquisition of the Spanish cloud gaming startup, PlayGiga.
Tags: Google, Gaming, Facebook, News, Trends, Cloud Gaming, Google Stadia, PlayGiga

Hoornstra: Entrepreneurs emerging from baseball’s analytic curtain offer a peek at what’s next

Team photo day at Dodger Stadium requires time and space. One afternoon each year, all the players and coaches walk from the clubhouse to left field. They climb a series of portable bleacher seats to assemble a sea of white, outnumbered by rows of non-uniformed staff. A team photographer ascends a tall ladder. Several photos are snapped. The process lasts about 90 minutes from set-up to tear-down. Wednesday was team photo day at Zelus Analytics in Austin, Texas, where president Doug Fearing and ...
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Google Search Algorithm Update This Week; Mixed Signals & Confusion

There is so much confusion and mixed signals right now, mostly because of a Google Analytics bug happening while there may be another Google search ranking algorithm update taking place. Some in the SEO community are adamant that there is a ranking update going on, despite what is going on with Google Analytics.
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Nokia 2.3 with 6.2-inch HD+ display, dual rear cameras, metal frame launched in India for Rs. 8199

HMD Global has launched the Nokia 2.3, the company’s latest budget Android One smartphone and the successor of Nokia 2.2 in India, after it was introduced earlier this month and teased last week. It packs a 6.2-inch HD+ screen, is powered by MediaTek Helio A22 12nm SoC with 2GB RAM, runs Android 9.0 (Pie) with 2 years of Android and 3 years of security updates, has a 13-megapixel rear camera with AI low-light feature, HDR, secondary 2-megapixel depth sensing camera for Portrait Mode, ‘Recommen...
Tags: Google, News, India, Nokia, Blogging, MediaTek Helio, HMD Global, Nokia 2.3, Nokia 2.3 price, Nokia 2.3 price India

Have An Iphone And Thinking To Replace Its Battery? Read This Article Before You Change One

One must be aware of the scenario, when you charge smartphone batteries, it degrades it quality, hence, iPhones are no exception. Fortunately, a weak battery doesn’t mean you need an all-new iPhone – you can replace the battery instead. If Read more… The post Have An Iphone And Thinking To Replace Its Battery? Read This Article Before You Change One appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media, Tech, Guest Blogging, SEO Tips.
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Improve Your Marketing In 2020

A brand new year is a fresh opportunity to take your business to new heights. You may have achieved a few of your business goals in 2019, and that’s amazing, now let’s ensure you keep that momentum going! When it comes to marketing, strategies are evolving all of the time. To get you off to a good start in 2020, make sure to put these four on your to-do-list. 1 . Try Influencers. If you haven’t leveraged the awesome power of influencers yet, make 2020 the year that you give it a try. As...
Tags: Google, Startups, Marketing, Online Marketing, Others, Visual Content Marketing, Cross Promotion Cross

Nintendo Switch Helped to Solve Murder

Two men, Tiquez Timmons and Derric Scott, were caught by authorities and charged with murder and burglary after a stolen Nintendo Switch clued the police in on their location. On the 20th of November, Derric Scott broke into the home of University of South Alabama Professor Matthew Wiser, shooting the man dead and stealing his […]
Tags: Usa, Murder, Technology, Crime, International, Bizarre, Nintendo, Anime, University of South Alabama, Nintendo Switch, Tiquez Timmons, Derric Scott, Matthew Wiser

The best laptops

If you're looking for the best laptop out there, there are a ton of different choices. However, the Dell XPS 13 is the best laptop we've ever used — hands down. When it comes to studying, working, or even playing, using one of the best laptops is essential if you want maximum power, efficiency, look and feel, or even value. That's because a laptop that doesn't work well is immediately noticeable, while one that's sufficient for your needs just works. With all of the various makes, models, and ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Google Drive, Microsoft, Trends, Intel, Os, Best, Chromebook, Ram, Acer, Nvidia, Ibm, Dell, Mica, Amd

Facebook Fails To Convince Lawmakers It Needs To Track Your Location At All Times

Lawmakers aren't convinced that Facebook needs to track users' locations at all times -- even when their tracking services are turned off. CNBC reports: Facebook was responding to an inquiry from Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., who asked Facebook last month to "respect" users' decisions to keep their locations private. In a letter dated December 12 that was released Tuesday, Facebook explained how it is able to estimate users' locations used to target ads even when they've...
Tags: Facebook, Congress, Tech, Republican, Cnbc, Democratic, Chris Coons, All Times, Josh Hawley, Sen Chris Coons D Del, Josh Hawley R MO

Streaming Movie Service That Costs $2,500-a-Flick Struggles to Find Enough Plutocrats

Members of the jet-set who are too good to mix with the filthy hoi polloi can now pay a $15,000 fee and $2,500 per movie to skip the local Alamo Drafthouse and watch first-run films in the comfort of their gilded estates via Red Carpet Home Cinema, which launched in October. Its reverse-Moviepass business model is not…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Movies, Film, Cinema, Streaming, Movie Theaters, Late Capitalism, Red Carpet Home Cinema

Sony WF-1000XM3 review: Still superb, but no longer unique

Sony’s top-of-the-line true wireless earbuds are one of the few true competitors to Apple's AirPods Pro, bringing excellent fidelity and great noise-canceling, and offering a tiny alternative to bulky over-ears.
Tags: Apple, Trends, Noise-canceling Headphones, Bluetooth Headphones, Sony, Home Theater, Wireless Earbuds, True Wireless Headphones

Hands-On With Apple's New 2019 Mac Pro (mac rumors)

Apple last week finally launched its long awaited 2019 Mac Pro, providing its professional user base with the high-end high-throughput modular machine they've always hoped for. We picked up a base model ‌Mac Pro‌ and in our latest YouTube video, we unbox it and share some initial first impressions. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. The ‌Mac Pro‌ arrives in an absolutely massive box weighing over 85 pounds, so getting it out of the packaging is no simple task. The...
Tags: Apple, News, Intel, Gpu, MacRumors YouTube, Juli Clover

Engineer Says Google Fired Her For Browser Pop-Up About Worker Rights (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Another former employee has accused Google of violating federal labor law by firing her for activities related to labor organizing. In a Tuesday blog post, Kathryn Spiers says Google terminated her after she created a browser tool to notify employees of their organizing rights. Spiers says she worked on a Google security team that was focused on how Google employees used Chrome within the company. Part of her job was to "write browser notifi...
Tags: Google, Security, News, Ars Technica, Nlrb, Hansen, Spiers, BeauHD, Kathryn Spiers

Google Says Some Search Console Data For December Might Be Inaccurate via @MattGSouthern

Google quietly announced that a bug discovered in Search Console may impact reporting for a period of time in December.The post Google Says Some Search Console Data For December Might Be Inaccurate via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Real Lawyers Have Blogs with Tanya Forsheit

Kevin: This is Kevin O’Keefe for real lawyers have blogs of all things and who am I talking with? Tanya: Tanya Forsheit the chair of the Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz privacy and data security group. Kevin: I first talked to you when you called one evening and said, this is Tanya Forsheit from Proskauer and I’m going to do a privacy blog. How did that come about in your mind? Tanya: It was a really long time ago, I think that was in 2006 or Like that and I was a like a senior associate and I...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Interview, California, Harvard, Edward Snowden, Silicon Valley, Dc, Jeremy, Santa Clara, Goldman, Cava, Amy, Tim Stanley, Lee

Judge Rules Edward Snowden Can't Profit From His Book

A federal judge in Virginia ruled Tuesday that whistleblower Edward Snowden will not be allowed to profit from sales of his memoir Permanent Record. The reason? He didn't receive approval from the CIA and NSA. Gizmodo reports: Permanent Record, which was released in September, tells the story of Snowden's decision to become a whistleblower and expose the ways that the U.S. government was spying on Americans in the late 2000s and early 2010s. Snowden fled the U.S. in 2013 after several new storie...
Tags: Snowden, Nsa, Virginia, Tech, Edward Snowden, Macmillan, Cia, Moscow Russia, Liam O Grady, Holtzbrinck, NSA Gizmodo, NSA Secrecy

Instagram, Facebook Bans Influencers From Getting Paid To Promote Vaping, Tobacco, and Weapons

An anonymous reader quotes a report from CNBC: Facebook and Instagram will no longer allow influencers to promote vaping, tobacco products or weapons on its platforms using "branded content." Instagram announced Wednesday it would no longer allow "branded content" that promotes those goods on either platform. In June, Instagram introduced a change that would let advertisers promote posts from influencers, or users who work with brands to promote services or products. Users see a "paid partnershi...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Cnbc, Instagram Facebook

Samsung Chair Imprisoned and 24 Others Found Guilty In Union-Busting Case

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Samsung Chairman Lee Sang-hoon yesterday was sentenced to 18 months in prison, following a South Korean court ruling that he violated labor laws with union-busting activities. Lee "was immediately arrested in court to be sent to jail," the Financial Times reported. Lee's violations came during his time as Samsung chief financial officer between 2012 and 2017; he has been chairman of the board since March 2018. Samsung VP Kang Kyung-hoon al...
Tags: Samsung, Tech, Ars Technica, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Journal, Lee, Seoul Central District Court, Kang Kyung, Lee Sang hoon, Others Found Guilty In Union

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