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Making new acquaintances and building an enduring, mutually beneficial relationships has always been of great importance in business world, whether you are seeking an employment or simply trying to expand your sphere of influence and open yourself to new opportunities. While the business interactions are becoming more and more web dependent, online networking should be one of your key skills. Building a large base of influential contacts and making a strong web presence, will help you and your organization to stand out more amongst competition. Although building such professional networks does require time and patience, if handled properly it might prove of key value in developing your business. Making the first stepsOne of the first things you will have to do is to form your overall strategy and to make clear decisions like who do you know, who do you want to know, what are the skills you want to present online and what do you really want to achieve by building a network. Choosing professional and social networking sites where you will implement your decisions is much simpler task. While your primarily focus should be on professional sites, such as LinkedIn, Biznik and Plaxo, you should not overlook social sites,...
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By the end of 2014, we’ve seen some radical sways in the world of social media. Among those, the use of mobile devices has increased dramatically, as well as traffic on social media during TV shows. Let’s now analyze which of these trends will perpetuate into the year 2015 and what further changes we may expect.   A Surge of Mobile Users The numbers are clear. During the last year, a number of mobile devices with 4.7-inch screens and larger on shelves has increased from only 4 percent to a third, while simultaneously the number of daily active mobile Facebook users has increased 15 percent. In addition, the number of mobile-only Facebook subscribers expanded by 34 percent. We are coming to conclusion that mobile is no longer a secondary platform. Companies that are mobile-friendly should become mobile-focused, and concentrate their marketing efforts to mobile users first.   Slide to a More Human Experience This trend will lead Internet marketers to focus more on the user experience, their audience and followers, and the channels they are promoting their products and services. Google and Facebook have mad steps to adapt their platforms I a way that will encourage businesses to include human experience in...
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It's quite surprising to see how these recognition softwares work especially when it comes it detecting faces. Face detection is truly an astonishing feature used by so many websites such as Facebook. In Facebook as soon as the user clicks on tag option, it lets you select the faces you wish to tag. It's a cool feature which serves the best when you have to identify faces in a photo. Understanding the logic that works behind the algorithms of detecting faces, voice or other types, make this topic all the more interesting and catchy. Whether it's about detecting voice, getting the perfect crop, or getting the picture shot uniquely, it is amusing to know how everything is being done. With this in mind, it would be worth spending some quality time to explore the basics of face detection plugins like Face Detection by Jay Salvat and Liu and Liu. It's an exceptionally reliable jQuery plugin that works on both images and videos. The plugin receives an image and then returns an array of coordinates of faces found within the image. The main advantage of using this plugin is that, once get the hanged, the face detection algorithm within the plugin...
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What makes an app sell? Everyone that has ever owned a smartphone has imagined an app idea at one point. The truth is apps are a dime-a-dozen. There are over 2 million apps on the smartphone market. The revenue is right around 10 billion a year, meaning most apps don't make money. The good news is we can learn from the apps that are making money. They really are great examples of 'what to do' when considering an app idea. Here are 10 must-have apps that do a lot of things right: They satisfy a popular need. They offer free and paid versions with extra value. They have clean, minimal screen designs that make them easier to navigate. They do something different that adds meaning for users. They allow customization. They're generally multi-purpose. Why do we love these organization apps?1. The Evernote app is a great example of good, free software that almost always leads to a paid upgrade in order to access all your notes offline too. You can take notes in nearly every way possible -- through web clips, typing, uploading photos from your camera that you can annotate -- and you can search for any keywords on any of these...
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The digital marketing numbers for 2015 are in, and the research shows that your biggest audience is online, in more ways than one. There are now three billion internet users, translating into 40% of the entire world’s population. The numbers are impressive: 91% of these users access the internet via a PC or laptop, and 80% access the internet via Smartphone. The research didn’t even factor in how much of the population uses both! This puts content marketing professionals in reach of a great opportunity to connect with their customers like never before. However, this also adds a new challenge to their overall digital strategy: competition. Smart Insights and TMF&A’s study offers recommendations to help you keep your online audience engaged. Insights: How to Reach Digital Consumers Computers and laptops, smartphones, tablets, and game consoles (respectively) are the most popular devices used to access the internet. 2015 will also see an increase in emerging devices inspired by the IoT (Internet of Things). For example, 34% of internet users access the network through a Smart TV, and less than 10% use either a Smart Watch or Smart Wristband. Essentially, your customers are easily within the scope of digital outreach. Smart Insight’s research showed that...
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