Advertising Ads That Will Let Your Imagination Fly

By Luisana Marquez | Internet Business, Miami, Web Design | No Comments

The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud. Coco Chanel Everyone ever have been Impressed by advertising ads That we have seen on TV, social networks and billboards. Are you  loves to let their imagination fly? We show you some advertising ads that will Captivated you: Safety is the most important thing, look at these glasses                                     […]

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Best Apps to Sell Stuff

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1. Craigslist The Craigslist app is very similar to the actual Craigslist website that pioneered the online classified movement. It’s not always the easiest or most feature-heavy app, but, Craigslist has a large audience allowing you to reach the largest potential audience. You might also consider Craigslist if you live in a semi-rural area because of it’s large online footprint. 2. Letgo This is probably the most popular Craigslist alternative. You might remember a few of […]

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Controversial Google donations must be explained

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From NCPA At this week’s Alphabet Inc. shareholder meeting, the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project (FEP) is asking investors in Google’s corporate parent to approve FEP’s shareholder proposal that asks the tech giant to address both reasons and reputational costs related to its charitable donations. “To the extent Alphabet uses its investors’…

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Google Chrome to Block Annoying Ads

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Los Angeles – Google confirmed that it intends to adopt a preinstalled technology to ban ads on Chrome browser starting early 2018 in order to eliminate the most annoying ads on the Web. The giant technology company works with “Coalition for Better Ads”, which is an independent group of tech. companies, publishers, and media agencies that…

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Six Google search tips to find anything faster

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Start searching smarter. There’s more to Google search than meets the eye. Cody Slingerland/Unsplash Google is the go-to destination when you need to find something on the web—the verb “to google” even made it into the dictionary. But while everyone’s heard of the popular search engine, very few know how to make the most of it.…

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Yahoo, Verizon Finalize Acquisition

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It’s the end of an internet era. Yahoo, an iconic early adapter of the World Wide Web, is now part of Verizon Communications, after a $4.48 billion deal was finalized Tuesday for Yahoo’s core internet operations. The remainder of Yahoo will be called Atlaba Inc., which will serve as a holding company for Yahoo’s shares in…

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Is Blockchain The Future For Investing In Fine Art?

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Blockchain technology can transform the way the financial world works. Besides being highly secure, transparent and robust, the key aspect revolutionizing the industry is that blockchain lets parties handshake and transact without intermediaries. By combining advanced cryptography with decentralized security, blockchain platforms democratize access to capital very much like email democratized access to communication worldwide. This…

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Choosing the Best Social Media Sites to Market Your Small Business

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Are you confused and overwhelmed by social media? Face-what? Twit-who? You-how? In this post, I’m going to lay out a few of the best social media sites for small business owners, and why. First off, when considering your online marketing strategy, your website MUST come first. Think of it as sort of a “base camp” that you will connect to/from any number of external points. Your website is property owned by you, whereas social media […]

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