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South Africa's broadband price ranking may surprise you
Point Topic has released its Q3 2015 broadband tariff country scorecard, which shows that South Africa's broadband prices are better than most countries benchmarked. Point Topic's latest scorecard compares the entry-level and average monthly tariffs …
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Harvard Business School Takes Top Spot In New MBA Ranking
What attracted Leffler to HBS—the quality of its MBA experience—is also what has allowed Harvard Business School to reclaim the title of world's best MBA program in Poets&Quants' 2015 ranking of the top business schools. Nudging aside Stanford …
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The Definitive Ranking Of Voldemort's Horcruxes, From Least To Most Effective
… Horcruxes in an attempt to sustain immortality. But, as you may have heard, Voldemort's plan ultimately failed. Harry Potter and co. found and destroyed all of his Horcruxes. This is the definitive ranking of Voldemort's Horcruxes, from least to …
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Select Medical Holdings Corporation (NYSE:SEM) Price Target Update
Select Medical Holdings Corporation (NYSE:SEM) shares are expected to touch $ 16 in the short term. This short term price target has been shared by 5 analysts. However, the standard deviation of short term price estimate has been valued at 3. The target …
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SEM-REV Launches Offshore Renewables Tech Test Site
An important step for SEM-REV was the installation of a subsea connection system this summer. This will enable a safe connection of various power generation devices within a day, starting this September. The SEM-REV site will be able to simultaneously …
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SEM Account Manager [-75k]
This is a fantastic opportunity for a SEM Account Manager or Senior SEM Manager to move into a role with an awesome digital marketing agency. You will be working across a range of clients, in the eCommerce space. You will be working closely with the …
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Price of paradise? California ranks low for home affordability, high for …
Niche.com — a demographics website founded in 2002 by Carnegie Mellon University students — has an entire set of geographic rankings based on its databases of economic, demographic and civic measures. Of course, I was drawn to the "Best State to Buy …
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29 county bridges receive low rankings
About 4.3 percent of Douglas County's bridges have been ranked structurally deficient, which puts it solidly in the middle of counties statewide. Most of these deficient bridges are on small county roads. Two are on Interstate 5. About half are owned …
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San Clemente, CA (PRWEB)
July 13, 2015
One of the first and perhaps most remembered for price matching is Wal-Mart with its Price Match Guarantee, but representatives with BuycPanel (https://buycpanel.com/) announced today that it too is now offering to meet or beat any authorized competitor price.
Our Meet or Beat pricing will provide our customers with a great benefit that will ensure that theyre getting the best service as well as the best price for products and services as possible, said Jamison Oconnell, customer service supervisor and spokesperson for BuycPanel.
Oconnell explained that BuycPanel is the largest and longest operating provider of quality cPanel licenses, cPanel addons, and support packages.
cPanel is a web based client interface. It allows users to monitor things like disk space and bandwidth usage. cPanel also gives the client the ability to manage his own passwords, mail accounts, FTP accounts, sub domains, error pages, protected directories and files, MySQL Databases, Cron jobs, redirects and more.
Customers are also equipped with unlimited server administration, Oconnell pointed out, before questioning, When hosting is unlimited, why limit server administration? We offer Unlimited Server Administration included with your server management plan without additional costs.
Oconnell stressed that BuycPanel has the lowest prices and best service on the market today.
Our cPanel certified technicians provide 24/7 support for your cPanel related issues, Oconnell said, before adding, We have been in the cPanel license business for over 10 years and we are very experienced in the hosting industry. Our power BuycPanel API which automates ordering, canceling and changing licenses is integrated into every major billing and provisioning software, including: WHMCS, SolusVM, Blesta, ClientExec and Hostbill just to name a few.
The company spokesman went on to point out that BuycPanel also offers many free addons with every purchase of a cPanel license. These addons include: SpamScan, Resource Monitor and Attracta SEO tools.
Orders are instantly processed, and your license will be activated immediately, Oconnell said.
For more information, please visit: https://www.buycpanel.com/cpanel_license and https://www.buycpanel.com/about_cpanel_and_whm
BuycPanel is the largest and most trusted external cPanel distributor in the world.
cPanel and WHM includes the latest technologies to help keep your server secure. Our software offers virus protection, rootkit detection, and a host of other tools to allow you to lock down your server. It even helps protect against current threats such as XSRF (sea surfing) and XSS attacks.
5 social media training courses for the price of 4
Event on 2015-05-15 09:00:00
With our Social Media Marketing for Increased Business course
This 5 part training course takes you through the key components of using the internet to market your business in a cost-effective way. You will gain insights into what you need to focus on and why, develop skills and knowledge of social media with hands-on practical support to set up your profiles on a variety of different platforms.
The sessions are offered on a stand-alone basis, and for maximum value all five are on offer for the price of four.
Website essentials and Search Engines Fri 15th Mayl
This introductory session covers the core elements that every business needs to know. During this session you will learn:
Getting people to your website
Staying in contact with visitors
We will cover website design, keyword strategy, search engines, blogging and email marketing.
2. Social Media – Facebook and Google+ Wed 27th May
This session covers two major social media platforms, how they can be used effectively, why you might chose to use them and how to set up your pages.
3. Social Media – Twitter and LinkedIn Tue 9th June
This session covers two major social media platforms with an emphasis on reaching businesses, how they can be used effectively, why you might chose to use them and how to set up your accounts and pages.
4. Social Media – YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram Thu 9th July
This session covers the major social media platforms that are based around videos and images, when they might be appropriate and how to use them effectively and how to set up your account.
5. Efficient Digital Marketing – advertising, automation and analytics Thu 23rd July
Digital marketing can be very effective, it can also be time consuming for the small business owner. In this session you will discover how to get value for money from your online efforts making them efficient and effective with consistent results.
Each course session runs from 9am to 1pm and includes refreshments
Investment – You can book individual courses at £125 or pay for four and get the fifth for free. Ie a total cost of £500 plus vat.
“I learned more in that one session than I had in the past three years” Phil Connelly Pub and restaurant owner.
“I can get so much more done in much less time” George Gittins Jet carpet cleaners.
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Bitcoin Price Analysis: A Big Move Looks Imminent (Week of May 17)
If price were able to break above and hold right, 250-255 looks like it would be the top of this move. The weight … As has been mentioned in previous articles, the slope of all the EMAs (50, 100, and 200) is sloping downward, however they are sloping …
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Pure SEO Appoints Senior Digital Consultant
Mr Girgis, who migrated to New Zealand from Egypt several years ago, has managed SEO, SEM and websites for companies of all sizes in New Zealand, Dubai, Turkey and Egypt. Immediately before joining Pure SEO he worked as SEO specialist for OMD …
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The Google Answer Box Now Comes With a Price to Pay
It's no secret that Google wants to monetize the search results page as much as possible. So Google is always experimenting to see what parts of the SERPs can be commercialized without severely compromising the user experience. In what appears to be …
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LONDON and NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 01, 2015
451 Research today launched its latest Cloud Price Index, the most rigorous and comprehensive analysis of the cost of cloud computing. For the first time in the industry, buyers have complete transparency into the complex pricing models of both public and private clouds, analysis of the total cost of ownership (TCO), and insight into the golden ratios that determine when private or public cloud options become better value.
Cloud Price Index: Private Edition, published today, reveals that equivalent solutions from commercial software vendors have TCO advantages over OpenStack due to the high cost and low supply of skilled OpenStack engineers.
The typical cost of small-scale enterprise private clouds powered by VMware, Red Hat and Microsoft are all within half a cent of each other at about $ 0.10 per virtual-machine hour while OpenStack distributions cost, on average, $ 0.08 per VM hour, a 20 percent saving. But when factoring other elements, including the scarcity of OpenStack skills, 451 Research believes that for a typical deployment, buyers could hire 3 percent more engineers to support a commercial cloud environment, and still have a lower cost of ownership compared to an OpenStack distribution.
While public cloud has openly available pricing and is charged based on consumption, private cloud is still procured like traditional IT, with pricing, design and payment terms specified on a per-customer basis. In The Private Life of Private Clouds, 451 analysts help subscribers understand this complex, customized pricing model by revealing average prices and TCO for a range of options, including software and management.
Finding an OpenStack engineer is a tough and expensive task that is impacting todays cloud-buying decisions, said Dr. Owen Rogers, senior analyst, 451 Research. Commercial offerings, OpenStack distributions and managed services all have their strengths and weaknesses, but the important factors are features, enterprise readiness and the availability of specialists who understand how to keep a deployment operational. Buyers need to balance all of these aspects with a long-term strategic view as well as TCO to determine the best course of action for their needs.
Decisions also need to include the risks associated with lock-in should prices rise, support dwindle or features be decommissioned, Rogers added. As OpenStack matures and the pool of available engineering staff increases, buyers can expect the TCO of deploying OpenStack to improve.
The report also reveals that OpenStack distributions can provide a TCO advantage over the DIY approach for a typical small-scale enterprise deployment, but only where the use of a distribution results in a 45 percent manpower saving. Considering the simpler implementation and operations afforded through a distribution, 451 analysts believe such a saving can be achieved, therefore giving distributions a lower TCO for most deployments.
The value of managed and public clouds compared to self-managed implementations depends on how many virtual machines a team of engineers is able to successfully support. Using the CPI, 451 Research has analyzed the golden ratio of how many virtual machines a team of engineers must be able to support on a private cloud for a TCO advantage to be achieved in a small-scale enterprise scenario. If a private cloud is being successfully operated with a ratio of at least one engineer to about 100 virtual machines, it may be deriving better TCO than the averagely-priced managed private cloud. If each engineer is not able to fully support this minimum amount, an average managed cloud is likely to be cheaper. For mission-critical, resource-intensive workloads installed on a private cloud, this ratio might not be achieved, and thus managed services offer better TCO.
The low price of public cloud relative to the average private cloud price makes this ratio even larger. For a small-scale self-managed enterprise private cloud to be cheaper than public cloud, the golden ratio is at least 250 virtual machines per engineer. However, due to the huge variation in price between quotations received, both ratios will depend on the price quoted by each provider some managed private cloud quotations were cheaper than public cloud. Considering the security, regulatory and control benefits of private cloud, paying more for private can certainly be worthwhile for mission-critical environments.
Expansion of the Cloud Price Index Service
Since the end of 2014, the 451 Research Digital Economics unit of the Cloud & IT Services channel, has been building out the Cloud Price Index and creating additional indexes to address market pricing for other cloud and hosting service segments.
These services enable subscribers to better compare the cost of deploying across on-premises, hosted private and public IaaS, as well as assess changes in pricing based on how an application is used, not just on point services.
The CPI is a tool that will benefit buyers weighing the most appropriate venues to run applications and workloads or to source services and providers determining pricing strategies, said 451 Research Vice President, William Fellows. For the first time, buyers have access to an accurate, independent indicator of the price they can expect to pay for real-world cloud use and determine whether suppliers are charging a tax or providing a dividend versus the market rate.
From 2015, the CPI Public Cloud Edition takes into account not only price, but also market share, in its calculation. The resulting figures give the average market price an enterprise should expect to pay per hour for hosting an application on the cloud – it currently stands at $ 1.70 per hour.
The Public edition of the Cloud Price Index defines a precise specification of a multi-service three-tier cloud application consisting of Linux Virtual Machines, object storage, block storage, relational database, NoSQL database, load balancing, access control lists and snapshot backup in a resilient architecture. The majority of the cost of the CPI is not in the resources themselves, but in the additional services database services account for more than 50 percent of the cost of the CPI, for instance.
The CPI is based on quotations and estimates from companies including Accenture, Adapt, AWS, Bluebox, Canonical, CenturyLink, Colt, Dell, Dimension Data, Google, Helion HP, IBM, Internap, Logicworks, Metacloud, Microsoft, Mirantis, Piston, Rackspace, Red Hat, SUSE, Swisscom, Verizon, VMware and Windstream.
Join 451 Research Analysts William Fellows and Owen Rogers to learn how you can use the 451 Research Cloud Price Index (CPI) to compare the cost of deploying across on-premises, hosted private and public IaaS, and also assess changes in pricing based on how an application is used, not just on point services. Register now.
About 451 Research
451 Research is a preeminent information technology research and advisory company. With a core focus on technology innovation and market disruption, we provide essential insight for leaders of the digital economy. More than 100 analysts and consultants deliver that insight via syndicated research, advisory services and live events to more than 1,000 client organizations in North America, Europe and around the world. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in New York, 451 Research is a division of The 451 Group. Learn more.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
The JM Internet Group, a leader in AdWords training online, is proud to announce a promotional price for their AdWords book for small business, AdWords Gotchas. Beginning April 28 and ending on May 30, 2015, the book will have a promotional price of 99 cents on Amazon.com.AdWords, of course, is Googles pay-per-click advertising program. The JM Internet Group, under the direction of Jason McDonald, offers both training and consulting in the correct use of Google AdWords. The AdWords Gotchas book was first published in April, 2014, yet remains timely even today.
The effective use of Google AdWords can be difficult for most small businesses, explained Jason McDonald, director of the JM Internet Group. Unlike most books on AdWords, this book explains what not to do in plain language rather than be a promotional piece about how and why to use the platform. AdWords has many fantastic uses, and there are many fantastic books on how to use AdWords, but there is only one book about the gotchas hiding in the AdWords system, this one.
To learn more about the book, one can visit the book page on Amazon directly at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1497539064/jmgrp-20/. Alternatively one can visit the AdWords gotchas page on the JM Internet Group website at http://www.jm-seo.org/books/adwords-gotchas/. There, in addition, to information about the book, one can learn about online AdWords training as provided by the company.
AdWords and Small Business Marketing
AdWords is the primary revenue source for Google, and often can be an excellent mechanism by which small businesses can reach their customers. That said, many small business owners and marketers lack the expertise necessary to create an effective AdWords campaign nor do they have the budget to hire a true expert. The AdWords Gotchas book explains many common mistakes made by small businesses, mistakes that can cost quite a bit of money. Among them are
Incorrect use of keyword match types. Most users of AdWords do not understand the various match types that trigger ads. These range from broad match to modified broad match to phrase match to exact match. In many cases, advertisers run on the broad match type without truly understanding its implications.
Incorrect use of the Google Display Network or GDN. The GDN has many wonderful opportunities on it, but it also has many terrible sites and terrible placements that do little more than consume budget.
Incorrect use of enhanced campaigns. Google has encouraged every advertiser to go mobile, yet in many cases going mobile is a big mistake. Unfortunately, many advertisers do not know how to turn off mobile advertising.
The book explains these gotchas in great detail, and has links to important videos on YouTube that further explain AdWords. The YouTube videos can be browsed online at no charge at the companys YouTube channel. Note that ‘AdWords Gotchas’ is also featured on the company’s list of best books on AdWords at http://www.amazon.com/AdWords-Tutorials-eBooks-Books-Google/lm/R18X6SZGMWAWAK.
About JM Internet Group
The JM Internet Group provides SEO, Social Media Marketing, and Google AdWords training and courses for busy marketers and businesspeople. Online search engine optimization training helps explain keywords, page tags, link building strategies and other techniques needed to climb to the top of search engine rankings for Google, Yahoo, and Bing. The teaching methodology is hands on, with live examples and discussions, taught from the convenience of each students computer.
JM Internet Group, Media Relations