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Is sales a “numbers game” to you?

Is sales a “numbers game” to you? If so, get ready to quadruple your work. Although working harder might be thought smart, hard work is not an effective substitute for working correctly. When you partner with The Sales Standard you’re reaching to sales, marketing, and Internet experts who are ready to take your sales to [...]

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Obama and the Internet

Although much of the media attention Barack Obama is receiving now is focused on his governance and Health Care, it’s important for other politicians and businesses alike to keep in mind the paradigm shift of the Obama election. Obama transformed campaigning and politics through his use of the Internet as a campaign tool. He did [...]

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Get More Results With Long Tailed Key Words

If you are like most businesses with an internet presence, you have already researched a few basic keywords that describe your site. Hopefully you’ve integrated those keywords into the copy on your website to optimize your site for high results in searches for those words. But don’t let your SEO efforts stop there. Searchers on [...]

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Firefox Mobile

Mozilla’s Firefox web browser is a serious competitor to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, despite initial skepticism from techies that anyone could break the stranglehold Microsoft had developed on the browser business. Sure, it helps that Firefox is “partnered” with the mega-giant Google for some financial backing, but it takes a big shield to stop a big club.

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Is It Coming? Windows Mobile 6.5

While tech savvy and hardware confident users have already “flashed” their smart phones with bootleg versions of Windows Mobile 6.5, the official release has been moved back several times.

The most recent news from Microsoft points toward a fall release for the upgraded system that will replace Windows Mobile 6.1.

What’s coming up with the new release?

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Attention Economy

The internet has transformed into a superfluous repository of information in the present era. Consequently, this information overload is causing a deficit or a scarcity of attention. Now if you are not quite familiar with the usage of the word “attention” in the context of this discussion, it simply refers to consumption of information.
Herbert Simon has quite elegantly pointed out that, “A wealth of information creates a poverty of attention.” Thus, a need arises out of obvious causes to mine and efficiently allocate this information to its intended audience.

Attention and Economy may be two diverse terms but in the modern times is naturally amalgamating, with one becoming highly interdependent on the other. Let us consider an example to show you exactly how attention affects economy.

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