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<h1 id="title">6 Ways To Improve Your Company's Online Content</h1><div id="author"><div id="name">Shashi Bellamkonda</div><div id="title">&nbsp;</div><div id="bio"></div></div><div id="content"><div><p>Content creation is very important even if your business is not an online business. When referring to "content," we mean websites, blogs, videos, audio podcasts and even&nbsp;<a href=" target="_blank">Twitter</a>&nbsp;and&nbsp;<a href=" target="_blank">Facebook</a>&nbsp;updates.</p><p><a href=" target="_blank">Search</a>&nbsp;engines have changed the way your customers and buyers are looking for product information online, and fresh content is a great way to ensure that your website or blog stays relevant and places higher in search results. Content creation tools and technology has made it easy for you create and distribute your content online. 6 Ways To Improve Your Company's Online Content 6 Ways To Improve Your Company's Online Content
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Michael A. Lombardi, a metrologist in the Time and Frequency Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colo., takes the case. In today's world, the most widely used numeral system is decimal (base 10), a system that probably originated because it made it easy for humans to count using their fingers. The civilizations that first divided the day into smaller parts, however, used different numeral systems, specifically duodecimal (base 12) and sexagesimal (base 60). Thanks to documented evidence of the Egyptians' use of sundials, most historians credit them with being the first civilization to divide the day into smaller parts. Without artificial light, humans of this time period regarded sunlit and dark periods as two opposing realms rather than as part of the same day. Once both the light and dark hours were divided into 12 parts, the concept of a 24-hour day was in place. References Time's Pendulum. Why is a minute divided into 60 seconds, an hour into 60 minutes, yet there are only 24 hours in a day? Why is a minute divided into 60 seconds, an hour into 60 minutes, yet there are only 24 hours in a day?
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From the Abu Simbel temples in southern Egypt, dating back to the 13th century B.C. iStockphoto hide caption itoggle caption iStockphoto From the Abu Simbel temples in southern Egypt, dating back to the 13th century B.C. iStockphoto Consider this, if you would: a network of far-flung, powerful, high-tech civilizations closely tied by trade and diplomatic embassies; an accelerating threat of climate change and its pressure on food production; a rising wave of displaced populations ready to sweep across and overwhelm developed nations. Sound familiar? While that laundry list of impending doom could be aimed at our era, it's actually a description of the world 3,000 years ago. 1177 B.C. is, for Cline, a milepost. The question that haunts Eric Cline is why. "The world of the Late Bronze Age and ours today have more similarities than one might expect, particularly in terms of relationships, both at the personal level and at the state level. What followed were drought, scarcity and desperation. Lessons From The Last Time Civilization Collapsed : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture Lessons From The Last Time Civilization Collapsed : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture
Manuel Glave | GRADE Manuel Glave | GRADE Manuel Glave es Doctor en Economía por la Universidad de Illinois en Urbana-Champaign. Investigador Principal de GRADE, especialista en desarrollo rural, economía ambiental y recursos naturales, y análisis de la política pública agraria y ambiental. Es Profesor Principal del Departamento de Economía de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Entre sus principales investigaciones destacan las realizadas sobre sistemas de producción campesinos en ecosistemas de montaña, participación comunal en áreas naturales protegidas y valoración económica de la diversidad biológica y los servicios ambientales. Ha sido profesor de economía ambiental y de los recursos naturales en Ecuador y Paraguay, como parte del Programa SPEAL (Seminario de Políticas Económicas para América Latina). Se encuentra investigando el impacto social de la gran minería en el desarrollo rural en los Andes peruanos.
Naomi Krogman - University of Alberta Naomi Krogman - University of Alberta Sociology of Natural Resources, International Development, Gender Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Forest Research *Clare, S., N. Krogman. “Bureaucratic slippage and compensatory wetland management in Alberta.” Society and Natural Resources. *Huddart-Kennedy, N. Backman, C., P. Christensen, Lisa and Naomi Krogman. 2012 . Foote, Lee, Naomi Krogman and John Spence. 2009. Foote, Lee, Naomi Krogman, Doug Clark and Lindsay Johnston. 2009. Fluet, Colette and Naomi Krogman. 2009. Huddart, Emily and Naomi Krogman. 2008. Fluet, Colette and Naomi Krogman. 2008. Pamela Neumann, Harvey Krahn, Naomi Krogman and Barbara Thomas. 2007. Lee Foote and Naomi Krogman. 2007. William Rutakumwa and Naomi Krogman 2007. Neumann, Pamela, Naomi Krogman, Barbara Thomas. 2007. Jeji Varghese, Naomi Krogman, Thomas Beckley, Solange Nadeau. 2006.
Professor Job/Research Area Forest Economics, Natural Resource Economics Dr. Major Responsibilities/Research Interests 2012-2014. $47,040. 2011-2014. $10,000,000 ($600,000 for social science research at the University of Alberta). 2010-2011. $49,000 “Forest Plantations in Alberta: Prospects for Bio-energy”. 2010-2015. $600,000 “Vulnerability, coping and adaptation within the context of climate change and HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Investigating strategies and practices to strengthen livelihoods and food security, improve health, and build resilience” Funded by IDRC. Selected Publications: Journal Articles Luckert, M.K., N. Anderson, J.A., G.W. Jagger, P., M.K. Shively, G. and M.K. Luckert, M.K., D. Arnot, C., M.K. Vertinsky, I. and M.K. Luckert, M.K. and P. Golec, P.J. and M.K. Drucker, A., Garnett, S.T., Luckert, M.K., Crowley, G.M., and Gobius, N. 2008. Jagger, P. and M.K. Frost, P., Campbell, B., Luckert, M., Mandondo, A., Kwazanya, W. 2007. Luckert, M.K. 2007. Bruce M. Books/Monographs S. Marty Luckert - University of Alberta Marty Luckert - University of Alberta
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El Atlas de Historia de Aragón (AHA) contiene 144 mapas históricos y otros tantos textos explicativos adaptados para su manejo informático. Asimismo facilita orientación bibliográfica y búsqueda onomástica a través de dos índices particulares (toponímico y antroponímico, con acepción en ambos casos de nombres antiguos y modernos). El Atlas original fue obra de setenta especialistas, en su mayor parte doctores y profesores de la Universidad de Zaragoza, que aunaron esfuerzos sin renunciar a sus variados y peculiares puntos de vista en cuanto a temas cartografiados y enfoque de los textos explicativos. La Institución "Fernando el Católico" y su Sección de Historia y Ciencias Historiográficas ofrecieron en la obra impresa las líneas fundamentales de la Historia de Aragón de una forma gráfica y asequible. Zaragoza, enero de 1999. Índice por Épocas IFC. Atlas Histórico. Índice. IFC. Atlas Histórico. Índice.
En este pequeño apartado se van a recopilar todo tipo de mapas y planos que tengan como referencia a Aragón, o sirvan como documentación, sus contenidos son los siguientes: mapas: Mapas y planos sobre Aragón. Una recopilación reproducciones artísticas antiguas con muestras de ilustraciones y recuerdos de la Virgen del Pilar. Espectacular y único es el Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido. La realidad tecnológica y social también es de interés. Mira los dibujos a pluma de Miguel Brunet. Actividades | Fotos antiguas | Aragón | blog | Documentos | Pasapues Huesca | Teruel | Zaragoza | Aragón | Comarcas | Inicio Buffon | Agua | Fauna | Flora | Geología | Hongos | Naturaleza en Aragón Mapas | Personajes ilustres | Indice Alfabético | Temático | Otras Direcciones Copyright 1996-2015 © All Rights Reserved Javier Mendívil Navarro, Aragón (España) Actualiza la información que consideres obsoleta informanos Aviso Legal. Mapas y planos sobre Aragón. Documentación sobre Aragón. Mapas. Aragón. Zaragoza, Huesca y Teruel. Mapas, fotografías e ilustraciones. Archivos, museos. Aragonesa. España. Mapas y planos sobre Aragón. Documentación sobre Aragón. Mapas. Aragón. Zaragoza, Huesca y Teruel. Mapas, fotografías e ilustraciones. Archivos, museos. Aragonesa. España.
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The Blind Spot: Uncovering the Grammar of the Social Field | Otto Scharmer The Blind Spot: Uncovering the Grammar of the Social Field | Otto Scharmer This post is a bit longer than usual. But if you are interested in the invisible dimension of leading profound social change -- and in a blend of action science and consciousness to illuminate that blind spot -- it may be worth the read. My father is a farmer. As one of the pioneers of bio-dynamic farming in Germany, he devotes all his attention to cultivating the quality of the soil in his fields. That's exactly what I find myself doing today, though in a very different type of field. When people experience a transformational social shift, they notice a profound change in the atmosphere, in the texture of the social field. Today, in most social systems, we collectively produce results that no one wants. The intention of this paper is to uncover the grammar of the social field -- the key variables that make it possible for the operating logics and modes (states and stages) of a social field to shift. The Blind Spot A 19-Point Journey through the Social Field 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
An Animated Introduction to Michel Foucault, "Philosopher of Power" An Animated Introduction to Michel Foucault, "Philosopher of Power" Do you still need a working knowledge of the ideas of Michel Foucault to hold your own on the cocktail party circuit? Probably not, but the ideas themselves, should you bring them up there, remain as fascinating as ever. But how, apart from entering (or re-entering) grad school, to get started learning about them? Just look above: Alain de Botton’s School of Life has produced a handy eight-minute primer on the life and thought of the controversial “20th-century French philosopher and historian who spent his career forensically criticizing the power of the modern bourgeois capitalist state.” Perhaps that sounds like a parody of the activity of a French philosopher, but if you watch, you’ll find highlighted elements of Foucault’s grand intellectual project still relevant to us today. Once the School of Life has got you briefed on this wealthy altar boy (!) Related Content: Michel Foucault – Beyond Good and Evil: 1993 Documentary Explores the Theorist’s Controversial Life and Philosophy
Sembra che basti cliccare su “pubblica questa pagina” per poter dire: anche la mia azienda è sui social, in particolare su Facebook. Oggi è successo esattamente questo. Abbiamo cliccato su “pubblica” e la pagina è andata online. Poi, torni nel tuo ufficio e ti siedi a riflettere sulla strada che hai percorso e ti rendi conto che una pagina su Facebook non un touch points digitale, un “luogo web”, è una scelta, grave, di cui l’azienda si assume la responsabilità e di cui tu, come “head of”, sei protagonista e vittima potenziale, contemporaneamente. Perché grave? Così ripensi a quando il direttore ti aveva chiamato per dirti “da ora sei il capo dei Social Network. E arrivi alla parte creativa: come scriviamo i post, con che tono di voce, con che “segno grafico”. Poi le storie. Poi ti chiedi cosa succede se qualcuno ti attacca. Che significa “andare sui Social” | Olmr - Culture e scenari digitali
Come in una sorta di crasi del destino, come se in un dato momento le corrispondenze tra le cose diventassero immediatamente evidenti, son successe in queste ore due cose lontane e distinte, ma l’una fatta apposta per esaltare l’altra. Da una parte l’esempio positivo, una volta tanto battente bandiera italiana: Eni apre la propria pagina Facebook. Sarebbe un peccato mortale non pensare al progetto come a qualcosa di assolutamente storico, e tra poche righe sarà oltremodo chiaro il perché. Dall’altra c’è l’esempio negativo, una volta tanto battente bandiera tedesca: la Volkswagen cade nel più torbido degli scandali e si dimostra inoltre del tutto incapace di affrontare la cosa dal punto di vista comunicativo. Sceglie, quindi, di trincerarsi dietro il silenzio mentre le proprie azioni crollano in borsa trascinandosi i listini di tutta Europa. Le due vicende si sono sfiorate e si sono guardate negli occhi, cercando di specchiarsi in qualche modo. Eni apre al dialogo I contenuti Eni apre la propria pagina Facebook
Imagine you’re on Star Wars’ social media team. Representing one of the biggest, most recognizable brands in the world, you’ve gotta be on point all the time. Quick! Mark Zuckerberg just said “I love Star Wars.” in response to the new trailer. Don’t mess this up. What do you do? No. Star Wars’ Facebook Team’s perfect response: To anyone who doesn’t care, its an acknowledgement that, yeah, sure everyone loves Star Wars. But to the people who’ve seen Empire a few dozen too many times… it’s the perfect response. Need a recap? Star Wars Shows Its Jedi-Level Social Media Skill, Drops The Perfect Reference On Mark Zuckerberg
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E-commerce, terreno inexplorado en México El mercado de e-commerce tiene un valor potencial de 160,000 mdp en espera de que alguien lo aproveche. El uso intensivo de los smartphone es un factor que podría activar las compras y romper con la vieja idea de que Internet es poco confiable. Por Luis Rodríguez Munguía En 2011, un grupo de emprendedores, encabezados por Felipe Martínez Vaca, vio la oportunidad de ponerle precio a una idea para explotar el e-commerce a través del business intelligence. Martínez Vaca busca tomar esta gran oportunidad y cambiar las ventas por internet. Es decir, oro molido para quienes pretendan no perderse en el bosque y cazar al cliente que ya tienen perfectamente ubicado por género, edad, segmento. Según un análisis de eMarketer, se espera que el comercio electrónico rebase los 100,000 mdp para 2016. Respuesta rápida Bernardo Cordero, cofundador y director comercial de la tienda de retail Linio, sabe muy bien que la calidad y servicio son las experiencias que provocan la fidelidad del cliente.
El content marketing es un elemento clave en las estrategias de mercadotecnia de las marcas que se vuelcan a construir piezas que comuniquen contenidos que les permitan llegar a su público meta enfocados a reforzar su engagement. Algunos datos que constatan su relevancia es que tan sólo durante 2015, el 25 por ciento del presupuesto destinado a publicidad se orientó a iniciativas de marketing de contenidos, revela un informe de MarketingProfs. Una tendencia que parece crecer, ya que de acuerdo con proyecciones de Genwords, se estima que para el presente año el 62 por ciento de las empresas y responsables del marketing incrementarán recursos y acciones relacionadas con este tipo estrategias. ¿Por qué esta tendencia? Esto es debido a que la competencia ya no sólo existe entre marcas nacionales e internacionales, ahora la evolución a nuevas dinámicas de comunicación con las redes sociales y el mobile motivan a nuevos productores de contenido: los consumidores. 1. 2. 3. 4. 4 casos que demuestran el por qué es bueno para las marcas hacer content marketing
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