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How to Engage Customers with Visual Content

Jul 06, 2015 in Business/Finance . 0 Comment

How to Engage Customers with Visual Content

It is well understood that humans are visual creatures. Studies show that while most people remember only around 20 percent of what they read, they retain as much as 80 percent of what they see. Traditional advertising media takes this into account by creating visually appealing content. The advent of social media has created a new frontier for businesses seeking to engage with customers. Here are some tips on how to engage customers with visual content. 

Why Visual Content?

Sharing visual content on your social media feeds is essential if you want to capture the attention of your audience. The majority of customers spend less than 15 seconds to actively read information on a page. Visual content, on the other hand, inspires action. Pictures and other graphic images have a much greater potential to be shared socially. Nearly half of all social media users share pictures on their feeds.  

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The Latest Robotic Innovations

Jul 03, 2015 in Tech . 0 Comment

The Latest Robotic Innovations

Robots are quickly moving out of the realm of science fiction and into the sphere of everyday life. Innovation is changing the way robots interact with humans and with one another. Read on to learn more about the latest robotic innovations.

The DARPA Robotics Challenge

No other place is home to more of this type of technology than the DARPA Robotic Challenge. Part of the Department of Defense, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is responsible for the development of technology for use by the military. The DARPA Robotics Challenge invites participants from outside the government to join in the creation of new robotic technologies. Known as the DRC, it is a year-long event that invites software teams to create robot systems that can compete to assist humans in the event of a natural or man-made disaster. It culminated in a final event where three robots were successfully able to shut down a mock nuclear reactor. 

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Simple Tricks to Boost Business Productivity

Jul 01, 2015 in Business/Finance . 0 Comment

Simple Tricks to Boost Business Productivity

In an age of distraction, it can be difficult to get work accomplished. Ultimately, this can be very costly. Improving productivity can do wonders to a company’s bottom line. 

Evaluate your Routine

A daily routine enables you to get the momentum you need to accomplish your regular tasks. However, a routine is only as good as the result. If your schedule is negatively impacting your productivity, it may be time to reevaluate. 

Track Data

Businesses are increasingly using technology to learn how employee routines are affecting their performance. Employees agree to wear a tracking device that collects data on their activities and whereabouts throughout the workday. 

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The Scoop on Apple Music

Jun 29, 2015 in Tech . 0 Comment

The Scoop on Apple Music

Apple has been an industry leader in hardware and software technology for years. By staying on the cutting edge of high-tech trends, they have created a loyal customer following.  

They have also been at the forefront of entertainment apps. Apple Music, which was recently released at their Worldwide Development Conference 2015, has an expansive library of streaming music.  

Connect

This shared media platform gives artists and fans a chance to connect through music, videos and blogs. Performers and listeners get a chance to share inspirations and get a closer look at new songs and albums before they are released to the general public. This is much like what Spotify was trying to do in 2012. Most of the uploaded media will be exclusively for Connect’s platform.  

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Master Public Speaking Like a Pro

Jun 26, 2015 in Business/Finance . 0 Comment

Master Public Speaking Like a Pro

When it comes to delivering a public speech, even the most seasoned professionals can feel terrified at heart. Research shows that many people are more scared of public speaking than of dying. Getting ahead requires the ability to present yourself to multiple audiences, including at times to large groups of constituents. Follow these tips to master public speaking like a professional. 

Glossophobia

Fear of public speaking is so pervasive in society that it has a technical name. Glossophobia is the term used to define speech anxiety. The symptoms range from mild to severe, and include an avoidance of events involving individual attention, intense anxiety, nausea and feelings of panic. Regardless of the severity, the condition can make life difficult for the sufferer. 

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