16 Ways To Use FLIR's Incredibly Fun Predator-Vision iPhone Camera. Here's What Happens When The Internet Decides A Newspaper’s Front Page. Always Be Squinching And Other Tricks From A Portrait Photographer For Taking Flattering Pictures. People pose for more pictures than ever these days, at their own and others' hands.
And since we basically live our entire lives online, those pictures are more important than ever--now, any old romantic prospect or potential empoyer who knows your name can find a photo of you to go with it. With that in mind, we asked portrait photographer Peter Hurley, whose recent video on “squinching" (squinching: narrowing your eyes slightly to create a confident look. No, not too much--that's squinting. Watch the video for more), went viral recently, to share with us tricks for how to look your very best when posing in front of the camera--even if you’re also the photographer. Consider the whole face I've got a slew of tips, but squinching and emphasizing the jawline are the first two I start with.
You can only move your mouth, eyes, and eyebrows. Seriously do say “cheese” Another tip is always adding a slight smile. It's kind of like mental gymnastics. You actually do have a “good side,” so find it. Ninjas vs Superbugs: Adventures in Nanomedicine. This Instagram movie proves that every Instagram picture is the same. How We Signed Up 4,400 B2B Customers in 30 days. This post is by Justin Butlion of Yotpo.
In this post he describes how Yotpo was able to sign up over 4,000 customers in one month. Justin discusses his key methodology for acquiring customers (which are e-commerce businesses) as well as some thoughtful tips on how to view B2B customers. The e-commerce space is extremely challenging for B2B marketers because of the high level of fragmentation (millions of e-commerce sites spread out over dozens of platforms), an ever growing number of service providers all fighting for attention, and a market which is in constant flux because of shifts in technology and consumer behavior. In this post, I cover the marketing strategies and philosophies we used to sign up 4,400 online stores in the month of October. Understanding the Landscape Since the e-commerce space is highly fragmented, in order to continue to reach more and more online stores, you need to be available on more and more e-commerce platforms.
Be Everywhere, All the Time Conclusion. Mondelez says Facebook ads generate sweeter ROI than TV. Mondelez International is reshaping its social media strategy to amplify the reach of its brands to new audiences after claiming a Crème Egg campaign drove the same purchase consideration shift through Facebook as TV, for a third less.
Cadbury’s Have a Fling Creme Egg campaign has paved the way for a new social media strategy for Mondelez. The initiative, dubbed “Storytelling at Scale”, aims to help the company’s marketers reach potential customers who are not yet fans of their brand pages through a mix of curated content and paid-media. It sees the business move from serving what are effectively banner adverts as a way to reward its advocates to a model where it uses organic and paid media to increase the circulation of branded content. The shift follows the successful trial of the strategy earlier this year around Crème Egg’s “Have a Fling” campaign when it invested “four to five times’ more than it ever had done on the brand’s Facebook activity in the UK. Harvard: @Princeton. Goldman And Vogue Brands For Millennials. Trading Strategies and Market Microstructure: Evidence from a Prediction Market by David M. Rothschild, Rajiv Sethi.
Rothschild Microsoft Research - NYC Rajiv Sethi Barnard College, Columbia University; Santa Fe InstituteSeptember 8, 2013 Abstract: We examine transaction-level data from Intrade's presidential winner market for the two weeks immediately preceding the November 2012 election. Number of Pages in PDF File: 26 Keywords: Prediction Markets, Asset Prices, Binary Options, Heterogeneous Beliefs JEL Classification: G12, D83, D84 working papers series.
9 Amazing Cave Villages You Can Still Visit. Since the dawn of time, caves have held a special attraction for people the world over, whether as a site for religious rituals, the den of legendary monsters, a place for some weekend exploring, or, simply, a cozy place to live.
And due to their permanent nature, cave homes also happen to be wonderful repositories of historical and cultural artifacts from many different civilizations and, well, just plain cool! We've looked at the experiences and recommendations of over 800,000 travelers from the minube community and found some of the world's most incredibly and breathtaking cave structures.
From desert cities from 300 B.C. to thriving subterranean neighborhoods in modern Europe, here are nine amazing cave towns you can still visit. Click here to see more photos of Göreme Petra, Jordan - The mysterious city of Petra is a wonder of ancient architecture carved into the rose-colored rocks at the foot of Jordan's Jebel al-Madhbah mountain. Click here to see more photos of Petra.