You may have heard that Starbucks red coffee cup has been advertised a lot lately. Did you know that companies are finding new innovative ways to advertise to consumers? One being, lying about how consumers hate something. As in, the red cup, which is not actually true. Think about it, would any of your friends or family actually be outraged over a red cup? If so, why would you even be friends with that person? This red cup publicity is a flat-out lie. This is the work of crappy broadcast news coverage at it’s finest and gullible people that actually eat this garbage up to share it and create videos, after they were to believe that people actually hate red cups. Don’t believe everything you read on the internet or on the news.
Big product making companies pay big bucks to Forbes, Tech Times, CNET and to average people with a lot of followers on social networks. Why? So they can publish and post positive articles, tweets and posts to help push a companies products to help increase sales and popularity. These types of advertising articles, tweets or posts are usually false.
Do you work for a fast food chain? Specifically one in California?
If you do, you should get out of there.
They are promising you a 15 dollar minimum wage. But guess what? That won’t happen until 2021! When the cost of everything has gone up as well.
Many people wonder and many people dream of one day owning and operating a successful business. Here are some starter tips for going fourth in your business venture.
1. Be persistent and manage your time
If you are persistent enough and can keep things moving along, you are in the right path. Also, managing your time well is crucial for an even faster development. Obviously, we don’t have that much time throughout the day to get things done. But try managing your time until you hammer down a pattern (or some time out of your day) to work on your next great idea!
If you are not doing what you want to do by now, then when will you ever?
We all say we are going to do something right? Do we actually do it?
There are goals that we want to reach. Things that we love doing but we don’t actually see to, to actually doing them, right?
Somethings you may say to yourself:
This has been circulating around the Internet for quite some time now. Are the rumors true, is this a hoax, we will soon find out. Remember, the Internet is full of lies, and is very deceptive.
Facebook has said long ago and even now that they won’t be charging for their services, ever. Maybe it’s time for them to start charging.
How much time do you spend on Facebook a day?
10 minutes every hour?
Four hours every day?
20 hours a week?
Four days a month?
If you really think about it, we do spend an awful amount of time on Facebook. We can be doing more productive things with our time.
If one were to ask you what did you learn today on Facebook?
Would you say, “I saw a cute kitty massaging another kitty.”
Always test your product to make sure it’s good enough. Make sure it’s a good idea and always get input from friends and family members.
Don’t just assume people are going to find your site. The World Wide Web is a big place so it’s best to get some advice from an advertising firm or PR to assist you with SEO and help you also get back links to your site
Home Depot Left Data Vulnerable
Home Depot the world’s largest home-improvement retailer store that operates about 1500 stores throughout America just had a major data breach.
The founders Bernard Marcus, Arthur Blank, Ron Brill Pat Farrah or the chairman and CEO Frank Blake have not commented on the matter as of yet.
Security experts told Home Depot back in 2008 about the risk of being hacked and how horrible their system was. Home Depot did nothing to increase security for their computer systems.