Why B2B Brands Should Host Virtual Communities

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Right now, supporting each other is going to be the best way to move forward. Getting together and pooling knowledge will help folks thrive, or at least survive, in difficult marketplaces like this one. So how do you encourage this? Build a community. Goodwill is a powerful tool, and B2B brands that facilitate support groups find it is also good for generating demand. As marketing guru Drew Neisser explains in a recent special report on B2B Demand Generation, "if you really want new customers, focus on your current ones."  There are a few ways to do this well, but most successful iterations will identify one or a few core challenges in their industry, create a space for a discussion, and be the one to spark said discussion. Let’s take a……
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Outsourcing: The Key to a Successful E-Commerce Business

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If you are fed up with your 9-5 job and would like to join the many thousands of Australians who now run their own online business, there’s a lot to consider. In order to provide a comprehensive service from checkout to delivery, you will need the help of several third-party companies, as they are the key to competing with the big players, who have all the resources to provide a 5-star purchasing experience. Web Design The first specialist you’ll need is a web developer – someone who can turn your design concept into a working shopping cart website – plus the web developer can host your site and even register the domain name for you. You provide the content (product images and descriptions) and the webmaster will upload the content…
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Spain Looks to More Renewable Energy Sources

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On Tuesday Spanish officials went ahead with approval of a joint declaration proclaiming that the country is experiencing a climate emergency. Spanish officials are forwarding the proposed proclamation to their parliament in the next several months in order to get their seal of approval on the document. European media report that the Spanish Cabinet have solidified environmental targets that are the same as those of the EU (European Union.) Those EU goals include reducing the net carbon emissions of all nations inside the EU to zero no later than the year 2050. And the Spanish government is now vowing that it will have 95 percent solar energy and other non-fossil energy status in the next twenty years. In recent years Spain has been experimenting with wind farms as an alternative…
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Italians Wonder: Is It a Pizza, or an Act of War?

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f there’s one thing Italians know, it’s pizza. They invented it; they claim to be the only ones who know how to make it today; and they will guard its reputation zealously. So when an American franchise chain decides to challenge the pizza supremacy of the Italians, you know there’s going to be fireworks — and probably some calzone, cannoli, and little red wine, too. Gotta keep your strength up, right? Italians are no strangers to Domino’s Pizza — a brand they recognize as ubiquitous in the United States, but one that has managed to only open twenty-eight stores in Magna Italia in the past five years. That works out to around five new stores each year since arriving. But the CEO of Dominos in Italy, Alessandro Lazzaroni, has thrown…
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Expat Retirees in Portugal to Start Paying New Taxes.

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For years Portugal has been a haven, a retirement El Dorado, for Europeans and Americans alike who want someplace warm and sunny, with easy access to both the seashore and the mountains — and, most important of all, a place where taxes are non-existent for seniors and foreigners, and the cost of living is relatively inexpensive. Portugal has met all these requirements for over forty years, when it first became a popular retirement spot for Britons weary of paying exorbitant taxes at home even after they stopped working. This was all made possible by Portugal’s celebrate ‘Non Habitual Residency’ visa — which gave foreign retirees freedom from any kind of taxation, so their pensions would stretch much further than in any other country in Europe. But all that is about…
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Iceland Has the Lowest Prisoner Population in Europe.

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Human rights organizations have just released figures for all of Europe for the year 2017, indicating that Iceland maintained the lowest exponential number of prisoners per one-hundred-thousand citizens in the European Union — just 39 per 100,000. Topping the list is Lithuania, where 232 out of every 100,000 are prisoners. After Iceland, the lowest prisoner populations were in Sweden, Finland, and Denmark, with around fifty prisoners per 100,000. The EU on average saw 116 people incarcerated for every 100,000 persons. That happens to be the lowest rate of incarceration in the past 20 years. The average of women prisoners is just five percent. The statistics do not include any juveniles under the age of 18. The Minister of the Interior in Iceland told reporters recently that the reason Iceland has…
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Hamed Wardak Creates Techno Music Magic Through Valen of Wicked

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Hamed Wardak is a renegade, a businessman, a son, a valedictorian, a clothing designer, and a music producer. He has an arresting history, present professional landscape, and an exciting musical future. Hamed Wardak will undoubtedly impact the world through a character called Valen of Wicked and the techno music he creates. Background on Hamed Wardak Hamed Wardak was Born in 1977 in Afghanistan. He is the son of General Abdul Rahim Wardak, a well-known national resistance leader and the Minister of Defense to Afghanistan for years. Following his father’s course, Hamed Wardak has worked, focused, and created consistency for his life and is now working to promote the most important thing of all: a peaceful planet. While a goal to amass a world filled with peace may seem lofty, so…
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Italian News, Author at

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One of the first things you notice when you set up an online business is that keeping a client does take work. While the majority of people know this, we are still not good at it. That’s why it is important to ask some questions. How do you make your customers feel? Have you built a loyal and raving pool of clients? Are you the kind of business that deals with a “one and done” relationship? These are the same questions that Dan Dasilva wanted to answer when he made his first million from eCommerce. Dan launches a 100,000 blueprint every year and does over $1million in sales. Most of Dan’s success has come from his ability to create raving fans and connecting with them on a very intimate level.……
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How to talk to a personal injury lawyer

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If you’ve been injured in an accident recently, you may want to consider hiring a lawyer. That’s because you might be faced with financial implications that may result from rising medical bills. Plus, finding the best personal injury lawyer will help get you the maximum compensation that you deserve so you can take care of your medical expenses and move on with your life. The longer you wait, the less compensation you may receive.  Why Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer? While choosing a personal injury lawyer is not the easiest thing to do, it’s important to find one that has the experience to work with you and negotiate a compensation deal without having to go to court. However, if a lawsuit is filed on your behalf your personal injury attorney…
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Are Migrants Flooding Great Britain from Across the English Channel?

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Britons learned today from news sources around the country that more migrants landed in Great Britain by crossing the English Channel, usually in rafts and small boats, during 2019, than in any previous year on record. In fact, the news media now says the estimates is that the number increased by six times the amount from 2018.  According to British media reports, more than nineteen-hundred migrants arrived on rafts and small vessels that braved the English Channel during 2019. The English Channel is known as one of the stormiest passages in European waters. Some news media are speculating that fully half of those who attempted the crossing from Spain, Germany, and France, perished in their attempt. The British Royal Navy has not responded to questions about how many vessels adrift…
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