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24 Nov 2009
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Renting your house out now is the smart move. Find out what else you should know about property investment at www***-property-guru-guide****
10 Dec 2009
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Visit us at *******www.jiffystorage**** JIFFY SELF STORAGE TIP #2. BENEFIT FROM EXPERIENCE. JIFFY SELF STORAGE HAS FULFILLED COUNTLESS STORAGE NEEDS SINCE 1987. SMART MOVES START AT YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD JIFFY SELF STORAGE. THAT’S JIFFY SELF STORAGE.
14 Oct 2010
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Visit us at *******www.jiffystorage**** JIFFY SELF STORAGE TIP #5. TRUE OR FALSE? MOST PEOPLE OVER ESTIMATE THEIR STORAGE REQUIREMENTS. TRUE. GET FREE STORAGE CONSULTATIONS FROM JIFFY SELF STORAGE EXPERTS. SMART MOVES START AT JIFFY SELF STORAGE.
14 Oct 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy EXTRA EXTRA... read all about it!! AOL officially bought The Huffington Post for a whopping $315 million... 300 of those million will be paid in cold hard cash. MSNBC says AOL is struggling so... it’s probably about time. NICOLE LAPIN: "A big surprise though I will say. AOL has been on this shopping spree guys. I was reading a commentary this morning that called it the last scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sun Dance Kid where AOL is trying to hang on surrounded by the Bolivian Army and has no choice but to make this move.” Tech Buzz Blog says the price tag alone is impressive -- calling it the biggest blog acquisition ever. “This also makes AOL the biggest blog content producer today – they now own Engadget, TechCrunch and HuffPo and many more — the big names in the blogosphere.” Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post co-founder -- told the Wall Street Journal, AOL shares her vision. ARIANNA HUFFINGTON: “This is my last act. Well I’ve had many incarnations ever since Athens, Greece, England, here, books, television and this is the most exciting thing I’ve ever done.” AOL will make Huffington the editor in chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, which means she’ll control all of the editorial content for AOL. A writer for The Daily Beast says there is a difference between being the owner and being an employee. “It's the difference between a mother and a babysitter. They both love their kid, but only one will race into a burning building to save it. Especially with a swollen bank account back home.” The Huffington Post gets 500 million views a month, and some say this is a great opportunity for AOL to use that viewership for advertising. One writer for Talk Left says this could be good business for AOL. “I actually like the idea, but then, I'm one of the few people I know who still uses an AOL e-mail account. So aside from the merger reassuring me that AOL isn't going out of business anytime soon, what does it mean for the news, other than a behomoth conglomerate?” That’s exactly why a reporter for Bloomberg questions whether this is a smart move for AOL. “We know that Huffington has some strong political views and is there a risk for AOL in putting someone in charge of editorial content with those views if traditionally they’ve had a non-partisan approach?” “We will see.” This is AOL's biggest acquisition since it parted ways from Time Warner. So what do you think? Will the Huffington Post still keep its flavor? Or will the new ownership water it down? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
8 Feb 2011
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINE SLUSSER You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. MAN ON PIANO: “The cookies are here!” ELDERLY WOMAN: “Oh-the cookies are here!” WOMAN: “Spanish: The cookies are here!” MAN: “The cookies are HEEERE!” (Video Source: Youtube) The cookies ARE here, but not as many as you may remember. The Girl Scouts of Ameirca are dropping some flavors, but the organization denies the cuts are due to the economy, saying it’s just business. As CBS-affiliate KREM reports... at least they didn’t touch the Thin Mints. “Some of their flavors may possibly be a thing of the past. The Girl Scouts plan to discontinue some of the sales of their cookies. Newer varieties such as Thank-U-Berry Munch are being scratched. Sugar-free chocolate chip cookies are also being, well, they’re gonna make it to the chopping block.” ...but don’t get a chocolate chip on your shoulder yet. It’s just a pilot program, and as ABC-affiliate KATU reports - not all troops are in. “’Of 112 Girl Scout councils in the country, [only] 12 Little Brownie councils have chosen to participate in a pilot program that focuses on the six top-selling cookie varieties...’” There are 11 flavors of Girl Scout cookies listed on the organization’s Web site. Various news reports say the goal is to eventually narrow the selection down to the most popular five or six. (Video: Fox News) The organization says the reason for the cuts is due to large inventories of leftover cookies outside the most popular. ...and The Atlantic reports it’s not the first time the Girl Scouts have tried to save some dough. “When flour and transportation costs in the 2000s, Girl Scouts protected their cookie box prices by making smaller cookies, putting fewer in a pack, and making other changes to make the boxes lighter.” If the program is successful, we could say bye bye to Dulce de Leche, Thank U Berry Munch, All Abouts, the sugar-free chocolate chip cookie or the Thanks-A-Lot shortbread cookie --- and blog YumSugar says the cut-backs are a smart move. “The top five cookie varieties compose 77 percent of Girl Scout cookie sales; the test program, known as the Super Six pilot, will take advantage of that...” But what do you think? Do you feel crummy about the proposed cuts? Or do you think it’s just “good business”? You tell us. Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy.
8 Feb 2011
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BY CHRISTY LEWIS You're watching multisource entertainment news analysis from Newsy When it comes to outbreaks in the Middle East, even Justin Bieber can’t catch a break. His plans on a visit to Israel for his “My World 2.0” tour started with prayer and the prime minister... only to be ruined with politics and paparazzi. Israeli headlines are calling this battle, Bieber vs. BiBi-- a common nickname for Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. ABC News has the play-by-play. “Bieber’s plans to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have fallen through. According to the Prime Minister’s office Mr. Netanyahu hoped to get children who had recently come under siege from rocket fire in Gaza to join him in a photo opp with the teen star. But they say Bieber did not want the kids involved in the meeting. The singer’s rep denies that.” Bieber’s representative says the meeting with Netanyahu was never noted in his schedule... Saying logistics, rather than politics were to blame. A Daily Mail writer says, either way, Bieber made up for any beef they may have with him. “At any rate, Bieber had already invited children from the region bordering Gaza to be special guests at his show.” Also while in Israel, Justin wanted to explore the country. But from the looks of things, it wasn’t easy. “He mentioned wanting to quote--walk where Jesus did. But, the paps were so pushy that he was forced back into his hotel room. Apparently the photogs were snapping off pics of him inside some sort of holy building which sent the Biebs into a Twitter tirade.” CelebTV has the tweets from a quote-- “super frustrated” Biebs. “‘You would think the paparazzi would have some respect in holy places. All I wanted was the chance to walk where Jesus did here in Israel. And then he added, ‘They should be ashamed of themselves. Take pictures of me eating but not in a place of prayer, ridiculous.’ And, ‘People wait their whole lives opportunities like this, why would they want to take that experience away from someone.’ Also, ‘Staying in the hotel for the rest of the week, u happy?’” Obviously feeling defeated, Bieber continues to lay low until his scheduled performance at Tel Aviv Thursday. A writer for The First Post thinks Bieber’s decision to hide out is a smart move. “Perhaps Bieber, showing a wisdom beyond his 17 years, could see the way things were going and simply didn't want to be drawn into one of the most intractable geopolitical disputes of the past century.” Next on Bieber’s world tour is Malaysia. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
16 Apr 2011
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3 Sep 2011
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*******www.idontwanttobebored**** It almost does not matter what you want to achieve, taking advantage of all the aspects of social media is a very wise and smart move for any business. You should not be hesitant about this form of marketing even if you have totally no clue about it. Social media will only continue to evolve for years to come, and in some ways you are not too far off the ground floor.
26 Sep 2011
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BY STEVEN SPARKMAN The jobs report for August wasn’t exactly great news, but it did help reduce fear of a double-dip recession for the U.S. economy. But another report came out Friday that has economists scratching their heads. Rick Santelli: “We saw August consumer credit took an unexpected nose dive, down $9.5 billion. That’s the biggest drop in over a year, and if you look at non-revolving credit -- things like car loans, student loans -- they were down the most in over three years since the summer of ‘08.” (Video source: CNBC) Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had predicted an $8 billion gain in August, meaning this huge drop was essentially unexpected. A writer for MarketWatch breaks the $9.5 billion figure down further. “Both categories of credit declined in the month. The non-revolving category such as auto loans, personal loans, and student loans fell $7.2 billion or 5.2% in August. Revolving credit, which tracks credit-card debt, fell $2.3 billion or 3.5% in the month.” Analysts scrambled to find something to blame for the drop -- the debt ceiling debate, stock market volatility, the European banking crisis. But a writer for Bloomberg says, American consumers are just playing it safe. “Decreasing credit shows American households are either continuing to pay down debt or lack the confidence to boost spending on non-essential goods. A thawing of credit and a faster pace of purchases may require bigger gains in income and payrolls.” The amount of debt held by households is down 8.6% from its high in the Fall of 2008. A writer for Fox Business says, that may be a smart move for individual households, but taken all together it’s a troubling sign. “When spending dwindles so does demand. And then hiring. And ultimately the recovery. … While it’s good that consumers are paying down their debt, the money that’s being earmarked for mortgages, credit card payments and student loans is money that’s not being spent at Target or at the local hardware store.”
10 Oct 2011
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Breakthrough TVC by Monginis for "cake market expansion" ... A bold commercial propagating a message that "pure vegetarian" cakes can be "tasty", even though they are made without "eggs". A novel thought based on a very strong "insight". India has World's largest population of "pure vegetarian" people and even other people also follow strictly vegetarian diets on certain days owing to a very strong religious beliefs and rituals. This population cannot have "cakes" which are traditionally known to contain eggs. Even though, cakes are made without eggs, people either don't trust the claim or they think that the eggless cakes would not taste as good as the ones made with eggs. All these factors became a major "stumbling block" and led to limiting the growth of cake market in India. Unlike the categories like biscuits and breads, which were introduced to India by Westerners along with cakes, became completely Indian in a short while. Whereas cakes are seen as "western food", even today also. Both biscuits and breads used to contain "eggs" in earlier days and were seen as "western" onslaught on Indian culture and religion. But, later both these categories turned totally "pure vegetarian". And, probably for the same reason, today each of them is almost 10 times the size of the cake market. Monginis, being a largest player in the cake market in India, thought it would be a "smart" move benefitting not only Monginis but all the players in the cake market, to create awareness for "pure vegetarian cakes" and thus break the shackles, which limited the growth of cake market so far. The TVC therefore revolves around a theme of "Pure Veg. Cakes" and is created in the context of a family celebration which otherwise would remain "incomplete" in the absence of "Pure Veg. Cake". Thus, it very effectively communicates a message to all the "Pure Veg." and "at-times Pure Veg." population that they can now enjoy scrumptious cakes without any "guilt" and anytime ! *******youtu.be/55lzFcylX3E
16 Feb 2012
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Breakthrough TVC by Monginis for "cake market expansion" ... A bold commercial propagating a message that "pure vegetarian" cakes can be "tasty", even though they are made without "eggs". A novel thought based on a very strong "insight". India has World's largest population of "pure vegetarian" people and even other people also follow strictly vegetarian diets on certain days owing to a very strong religious beliefs and rituals. This population cannot have "cakes" which are traditionally known to contain eggs. Even though, cakes are made without eggs, people either don't trust the claim or they think that the eggless cakes would not taste as good as the ones made with eggs. All these factors became a major "stumbling block" and led to limiting the growth of cake market in India. Unlike the categories like biscuits and breads, which were introduced to India by Westerners along with cakes, became completely Indian in a short while. Whereas cakes are seen as "western food", even today also. Both biscuits and breads used to contain "eggs" in earlier days and were seen as "western" onslaught on Indian culture and religion. But, later both these categories turned totally "pure vegetarian". And, probably for the same reason, today each of them is almost 10 times the size of the cake market. Monginis, being a largest player in the cake market in India, thought it would be a "smart" move benefitting not only Monginis but all the players in the cake market, to create awareness for "pure vegetarian cakes" and thus break the shackles, which limited the growth of cake market so far. The TVC therefore revolves around a theme of "Pure Veg. Cakes" and is created in the context of a family celebration which otherwise would remain "incomplete" in the absence of "Pure Veg. Cake". Thus, it very effectively communicates a message to all the "Pure Veg." and "at-times Pure Veg." population that they can now enjoy scrumptious cakes without any "guilt" and anytime ! *******youtu.be/55lzFcylX3E
16 Feb 2012
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