Intel and Google want your phone to see in 3D Intel's RealSense camera tech can sense and scan three-dimensional objects, while Google's Project Tango sensors are adept at motion tracking and 3D-mapping. It just makes sense for the two to come together, which is exactly what was announced today at Intel's Developer Forum. The two have developed a smartphone and software kit that integrates both RealSense and Project Tango technologies, as can be seen in the hardware prototype seen here. A 24-Hour Social Media Marketing Plan for Your Startup It only takes one day--24 hours--to roll out a social media marketing strategy that can boost your bottom line. That is, if you know how to spend your time. The big three--LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter-- along with secondary social media sites like Foursquare, Groupon and ShareSquare, all offer once-unimaginable marketing tools. Real-time customer preference data, worldwide dissemination of company information and even the means to mass-distribute coupons … it's all available at our fingertips. Heck, these days you can even use barcodes to sell your products and services. While marketing socially can be a road to opportunity, it can also lead to wasted business resources.
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The Science of Social Timing Part 1: Facebook and Twitter Social Networks It’s important to know when the highest percentage of your audience is eavesdropping on your social networks—so that when you share content you’ll get maximum exposure. Use the following data to learn when your audience is most likely to tune in. Be sure to check in with us next week when we discuss timing & email marketing. Data courtesy of Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella) and HubSpot. Content available as a webinar by Dan Zarrella here. View an enlarged version of this Infographic »
I sat down with a millionaire who operates 10 businesses while sailing around the world with his… — Entrepreneur’s Handbook This man, who shall remain nameless, keeps a very low profile. I happen to run into him and strike up a conversation, which led to another conversation over lunch. We sat down at an organic food market for lunch and he began to tell me his story. He was a writer and senior lead auditor of the ISO 9000. The ISO 9000 is a globally-adopted, quality business management standard used by huge brands with support businesses located internationally. The reason why it exists is so stakeholders can believe with confidence that a manufacturing plant located in another country will produce exactly what the contract says, without having to travel to that plant to conduct a huge inspection.
The Life of a Social Media Manager: How to Spend Time on Social Media You spend part—maybe all—of your day on social media, hopping from network to network, checking analytics, planning ahead, and performing the sundry tasks of a social media manager job. Would it help to know that you’re not alone with keeping such a varied schedule? That your time on social media is shared by others? I was curious for myself whether my social media marketing manager workload and workflow were similar to someone else’s. Do we perform the same tasks?
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Small Business Marketing - 100 Great Call To Action Examples I have broken this list of 100 Great Email Call To Action Examples up into categories that make sense to me and possibly to the people that I am trying to reach. While they ARE somewhat grouped, I have not alphabetized them or put them in precise order as I actually use these to spark the creative process! Some places you can use these call to action examples include in banner ads, google adwords, in your email newsletters, on your webpages, basically anywhere you want to have someone do something! Ease Them In Call To Action Examples Gentle, Non Threatening Call To Action – great for free offers or when you are just getting people into your database.
Some Things Never Change Most Upvoted 496 votes Did He Just Get a Weave? 401 votes Now That's Epically Drunk 243 votes YouTube working on live virtual reality streams, report says Google is on a virtual reality tear to start off 2016. In addition to all the other VR news from the company in recent weeks there's now talk of plans to introduce live, 360-degree video to YouTube. YouTube already offers immersive 360-degree imagery (most popularly through Google's virtual tours) and videos (directly on the site and via Cardboard), but adding a live, 360-degree feature would immediately take things to an entirely new level.
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