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In a holiday shopping season when friends and families are putting more emphasis on giving gifts that come from the heart, Epson is offering consumers a solution to create easy, affordable, how-to projects and crafts. With free project templates for personalized greeting cards, calendars, CD/DVDs, stationery, and wrapping paper, to name a few, Epson's new Artisanâ?¢ 800 all-in-one allows consumers to easily make one-of-a-kind holiday gifts that will be treasured for years to come. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/epson/34146/
14 Nov 2008
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In a holiday shopping season when friends and families are putting more emphasis on giving gifts that come from the heart, Epson is offering consumers a solution to create easy, affordable, how-to projects and crafts. With free project templates for personalized greeting cards, calendars, CD/DVDs, stationery, and wrapping paper, to name a few, Epson's new Artisan™ 800 all-in-one allows consumers to easily make one-of-a-kind holiday gifts that will be treasured for years to come. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/epson/34146/
14 Nov 2008
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In a holiday shopping season when friends and families are putting more emphasis on giving gifts that come from the heart, Epson is offering consumers a solution to create easy, affordable, how-to projects and crafts. With free project templates for personalized greeting cards, calendars, CD/DVDs, stationery, and wrapping paper, to name a few, Epson's new Artisan™ 800 all-in-one allows consumers to easily make one-of-a-kind holiday gifts that will be treasured for years to come. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/epson/34146/
14 Nov 2008
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One more commercial from the Autobase Archives. This was produced for the 2004 NADA Expo in Vegas, the year the announcement was made about the Do Not Call Registry and the notable $11k fine that auto dealers would have to cough up for every instance of calling customers on the DNCR. We've come a long way since 2004, and while the phone is still important, a shift is putting more and more emphasis on permission-based digital (email) and voice marketing. If your auto dealership is looking for an automotive sales and marketing solution (CRM, BDC, ILM, Permission-based Marketing, Digital Marketing, and more) that can do just that, check us out at www.autobase****!
1 Dec 2008
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*******www.FreeMuscleProgram**** Go Here Now To Download Your Free Bonus Biceps Workout- The 3 Best Biceps Exercises In this biceps exercise video, I will introduce you to the 3 most important mass building exercises to work your biceps. The exercises will still work your overall arm including forearms, but the majority of the stress will be placed n the biceps. Most people struggle to make gains in this area because of many reasons. One reason is people go too heavy when lifting which doesn't place the stress on the biceps as much. Using momentum to swing the weight up does not do anything for building bigger biceps. In order to build the biceps, you need to be including a combination of the right exercises as well as different training styles. Standing Barbell Bicep Curls: Setup a barbell either using a straight barbell or an ez-bar. Pick a weight that will allow you to fail between 8-10 reps using good form. Dumbbell Hammer Curls: Stand with weights in each hand. Palms should be facing each other. Then curl up with no rotation in your wrists. Pick a weight that will allow you to fail between 8-10 reps. Close Grip Underhand Pullup: Perform Pull Ups but with a very close grip. This will place more emphasis on the bicep muscles. Do not puff chest out. Keep body straight and focus on your biceps when doing this exercise. Include any or all of these exercises in your next biceps workout to start seeing a bigger gains in your biceps. If you enjoyed this video and would like to see more or learn more you can always subsribe to my YouTube channel as well as visit either: My Blog: *******www.JoeyVaillancourtFitness****/blog Muscle Building Program: *******www.BonesToBuff**** Also, feel free to download a free bonus by visiting the website below: *******www.FreeMuscleProgram****
30 Jul 2010
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You're watching multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Rumors are rumors -- unless they’re really juicy. Then -- they grow legs of their own -- and become news. So say several media outlets -- reporting that Google is about to buy social discount shopping site Groupon -- for $2.5 Billion dollars --- or more. We’re billion bean-counting from Tech Eye, Marketing Pilgrim, Bloomberg, All Things Digital, Techie Buzz and The Wall Street Journal. The significance of this deal? Imagine Google’s information and penetration, combined with AdMob’s marketing -- and coupons galore. Can you say, potential financial juggernaut? Tech Eye describes how Groupon works, and why it is such an attractive investment for Google. “Groupon effectively works like a massive advertising network, with discounts enticing people to visit affiliate websites. It has around 20 million subscribers in 29 countries, making it a very big audience for Google to work with.” Over at Marketing Pilgrim, Andy Beal asks the question -- did somebody spike the Thanksgiving Day apple cider over at Google? ‘Cause the price of this deal is HUGE. “....Groupon might just be a bigger acquisition than the monstrous purchase of YouTube back in 2006. Not only is the purchase price about $1B more, but unlike YouTube at the time, Groupon is said to be raking in as much as $50 million a month! The big questions is: did they get a discount on the price with a coupon?” This isn’t about Google wanting to take over the world. On Bloomberg, an analyst says, it wants to take over your back yard. “What it helps bring to Google, is more emphasis on local. You know, local is more than 20% of searches on Google. More than 80% of all purchases are made within 15 miles of the house. And Google is really forcused on it. They introduced Google places this year, which is a listing services for businesses. They introduced Google local search last month. And this month they introduced Hot Pot, which is a recommendation service for local business like Yelp.” All Things Digital’s Kara Swisher, who originally broke the “rumor” says, Google may be getting a lot more than it bargained for with Groupon. For government regulators -- this is -- GAME ON. “....as it purchases the social group buying phenom, the search giant will be buying a whole lot of pricey regulatory scrutiny too. That cost will be, many think, much deserved and will definitely not come at any discount, given the rising worries in Washington about the swaggering power of Google." Techie Buzz says, until the government signs off -- this deal is not done. “A major issue with the acquisition would be getting it approved by the regulators. Google has been quite aggressive with the pots of cash that the Adsense keeps generating. It recently bought Admob for $750 million, and ITA Software for $700 million. The Groupon deal, if true, would be its biggest buy since Doubleclick ($3.1 billion) in 2007.” And The Wall Street Journal reports, there’s that minor issue, or another suitor trying to swoop in at the last minute to undo the deal. “EBay and Amazon both would make sense as potential owners of Groupon. Again, they have relationships with lots of third party sellers, and they have business relationships with millions of customers, so it be a logical extension for the business in the case of either Amazon or Ebay.” One site even has a new name for the combined site. GOOPON. So what do you think? Group-on Game on? Or -- c’mon. Get more multisource tech video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
1 Dec 2010
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In Orange County, California, more and more emphasis is put on new technologies for recycling industrial water. The Siemens waste water treatment plant uses filters to remove suspended particles from the water. After that, bacteria are filtered out. Last step in the conversion of waste water into drinking water is known as reverse osmosis. More: *******www.water.siemens****/en/Pages/default.aspx
28 Jun 2011
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The 3 Pillars of effective SEO (that works a) On-page SEO b) Off-page SEO (backlinking) c) Social Signals Optimization Google has confirmed again and again, they are tracking social signals. They are going to put more emphasis into Social Signals and tweak their algorithm to learn more about a site's signal, because they know if a site is good, there is definitely social engagement around it, and that means it should RANK HIGH! I can't seem to find you in Social sites. Are you sure you can find yourself too? Have you been monitoring and tracking your social signals? This is what I did to track and monitor my social signals automatically: *******hyperviralpages****/smpro
18 Mar 2012
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Jak II review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of the Jak II remake, part of the Jak and Daxter Colletion from Naughty Dog and Sony for the PlayStation 3. Jak II is a similar kind of hybrid action platformer as the original, only with even more emphasis on the action and a "dark tone" that Derek finds silly. Case in point, Jak can hijack floating cars and shoot people. It's like Grand Theft Auto for furries. Jak II is more an open world, mission based action game than a platformer. You meet characters, accept missions and help an underground rebellion in this very seedy, Orwellian city. Speaking of which, that city looks really nice in HD. This video review features video gameplay footage of Jak II for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
13 Oct 2012
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Splinter Cell: Conviction review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review a Splinter Cell: Conviction for the Xbox 360. Released in 2010, this game was developed and published by Ubisoft. Sam Fisher finally thought he was over his life of espionage and sneakiness, but his old buddy Grim has other ideas. This entry in the series puts more emphasis on action, but it still has that classic Splinter Cell feel to it. This is one of the best games of 2010, and it also features excellent cooperative and competitive modes. This CGRundertow review features gameplay and commentary from CGR's Gabe.
25 Oct 2012
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Content Creation For The Future More and more emphasis is pointing toward content and for good reason. Good content is what Google is geared for in SEPR’s but not only should your content be geared toward search engines it should be geared toward your readers. As I said before content creation for the future will be important for everything that you plan on accomplishing online and special attention needs to given to this topic.
2 Jan 2013
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Google has a tendency of mixing things up with regards to how they rank people's websites inside their results. This is normally done a small number of times a year and typically winds up affecting many people's rankings. Along with Google's latest update they are placing more emphasis on how long individuals stay at your site and when they interact with your website. Below you are going to get a few suggestions that you can follow that will have folks staying on your site longer than they used to. <a href="*******pozycjonowaniestron***">pozycjonowaniestron***</a>
11 Feb 2013
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