Seo Linn raise over €50000 in under a month in bid to spread their love for

Seo Linn raise over €50000 in under a month in bid to spread their love for
Gaelgeoir internet sensations Seo Linn have raised over €50,000 in under a month in a bid to spread their love for the Irish language. The Dublin-based group took to Kickstarter to raise the money, which will be used for workshops to promote the …
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10 Simple SEO Mistakes to Avoid
Now you just need to stay on top of your SEO housekeeping. Monitor those broken links. Keep your content fresh and updated. Track your analytics to see which pages are performing and which aren't doing so well. SEO isn't complicated, you just need to …
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San Diego State University American Language Institute Students Spread Social Entrepreneurship Worldwide

San Diego, Calif. (PRWEB) April 24, 2015

Oscar Neto has a dream to eliminate poverty in his home country of Brazil. Thanks to the groundbreaking Social Entrepreneurship certificate program at San Diego State Universitys American Language Institute, Netos dream has every chance of becoming a reality.

Social entrepreneurship focuses on creating businesses that solve social problems. Examples include TOMS Shoes, which matches every pair of shoes purchased with a pair of new shoes for a person in need; and VisionSpring, which sells deeply discounted ready-made reading glasses to people in the developing world.

We have a great environment to create a program like this, said Kelly Shah, ALI program director, noting that SDSU was ranked No. 18 by FORBES on its list of America’s Most Entrepreneurial Universities.

Designed for students with high-intermediate to advanced English-language proficiency, the program is completely unique in that no other university offers social entrepreneurship in combination with English-language instruction. Students gain enhanced English proficiency, a marketable skill, and an international framework for a business plan.

Comprised of 16 international students from Burundi, China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, the programs first-ever cohort of students graduated in February 2015. Via case studies, guest speakers, on-campus resources, and field trips to actual SE businesses, they studied business trends and innovative entrepreneurships, and developed business plans to make the world a better place.

It was a very inspiring program, said student Alison Kaneza from Burundi. Each day, we learned about experiences of other entrepreneurs. It gave us ideas to know exactly what we should do in the future.

This particular group of students instantly created a family and [was] able to share ideas and form partnerships whether they were from the same country or different countries, said ALI instructor Christina Lorimer.

Student Jean Vincent of France marveled at the simplicity of the social entrepreneurship concept. Its like helping people on this side and doing [your] business on the other side. You can do both at the same time. Thats the great point, he said.

Neto of Brazil was similarly impressed. That we can actually give a chance for those who are in need, thats just amazing. And you can do that pretty easy.

The Social Entrepreneurship program includes membership in the SDSU Entrepreneur Society where ALI students can interact with their American counterparts. They also have access to the Zahn and Lavin entrepreneurial centers on main campus, both of which host competitions and notable guest speakers.

Student Shao-Yu Fangs goal is to upgrade the level of the mushroom industry in his native Taiwan. They dont have knowledge, training or modern equipment, said Fang. Ninety-five percent of mushroom farmers fail in Taiwan. His Amo Mushroom company would assist underprivileged mushroom farmers by upgrading their skills and equipment. Additionally, Amo would offer cultivation bags, also known as strain bags, in which mushrooms are grown, at 10 cents per unit versus the current $ 3 per bag.

Hiroka Nagata created a business model for connecting abandoned pets with potential owners in her native Japan, where 200,000 abandoned dogs and cats are euthanized every year.

Jia-Siang (Ian) Guo of China proposed a company called H&P (Happiness & Peaceful) which would donate one box of machia dumpling-like dessertto an underprivileged child for every box purchased. Aesthetically flawed (but equally delicious) machi would also be donated.

Netos business model involves partnership with Kiva, a non-profit organization that gives any person the opportunity to lend as little as $ 25 to help create opportunity and alleviate poverty around the world.

I want to get back to my country and change things for the better, he said.

Thanks to SDSUs Social Entrepreneurship program, 16 students are now equipped to do exactly that, in countries all over the world.

Ill recommend this program to all of my friends, said Kaneza from Burundi.

MYOB No. 7 at Brecknock Hall: D.I.Y. Business Promotion Part 2 | Spread the word with public relations

MYOB No. 7 at Brecknock Hall: D.I.Y. Business Promotion Part 2 | Spread the word with public relations
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What's your story? Discover how to generate news. Then, develop your own public reltions tool kit to spread the word. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – What is MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS (MYOB)? Monthly MYOB workshops create a dynamic forum for solopreneurs, small business owners and managers to reflect and learn while fostering momentum and a sense of community.- Limited to 15 people per class.- Customized by feedback from the current posse of participants.- Each MYOB workshop includes: – exploration of a business-boosting topic. – personalized focus for the month ahead. {An email with resources I've curated specifically with you and your business in mind –a combination of websites, articles, apps, case studies, music, images, etc.} – Q&A and group discussions. – access to MYOB resources web page. MYOB No. 7 EAST – .00

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DFW Marketing, Advertising, Media and Communications Professionals to Spread Holiday Cheer at 3rd Annual Jingle Mingle

DALLAS, Texas (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

For the third year in a row, local professionals in marketing, advertising, media and communications will come together to celebrate the holiday season at the DFW Jingle Mingle, an annual event that will benefit Dedicating Resources to Employees of Advertising and Media (DREAM) Fund, a nonprofit foundation that provides emotional and financial support to individuals in these industries during times of personal crisis. Proceeds from the December 12 event will help the organization provide financial aid to these individuals whose lives have been impacted by severe hardship.

Jingle Mingle will draw more than 600 marketing, advertising, media and communications professionals to the Southern-charmed Gilleys in Dallas. Along with the help of many sponsors and volunteers, nine local organizations joined forces to host this years Jingle Mingle:

Internet Marketing Company fishbat Agrees Social Media Could Help Prevent Contagious Disease Spread

Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) October 11, 2013

Internet marketing company fishbat responds to an article published by Examiner on October 4th, which states that social media can thwart the spread of a contagious disease.

According to the Examiner article titled Social media can prevent contagious disease, new research conducted by Chris Bauch, a professor at the University of Waterloo, and Alison Galvani of Yale University, finds that important subjects trending on social networks can predict social medias impact on mankinds ability to fight contagious disease.

The article explains, Social media like Twitter and Facebook are suggested as large scale resources for examining how people respond to a contagious disease event and as a resource for modeling preventative and protective measures for a general scenario and specific disease events.

The research, published in the October 3rd 2013 edition of the journal Science, found that social media could be a major asset in the event of a disease outbreak. Social media would allow people to talk about being sick, leading to an earlier recognition of an outbreak. In addition, social media would allow for a faster response time, spreading the word of preventative methods more rapids than traditional methods.

Justin Maas, vice president of client relations at Internet marketing company fishbat, says social media would undoubtedly prove to be an asset in the case of a major medical emergency. Maas says, One of the main reasons people use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter is because they enable contact with a large number of individuals. It is not hard to see how being able to reach a large number of people quickly would come in handy when dealing with an epidemic. Having such a huge network of people connected together through the Internet would give mankind an advantage in the fight against an outbreak.

Maas concludes, The capacity for social media to prevent tragedy is not just limited to a contagious disease. Large-scale natural disasters, for instance, are an example of devastating events in which social media could help limit damage.

fishbat, Inc. is a full-service digital marketing and social media agency dedicated to connecting all types of businesses with their target audiences in the most effective and efficient way. Through innovative strategies in social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), branding, web design, reputation management and public relations, fishbat promotes a consistent and professional online voice for all of its clients.

Robot Makers Spread Global Gospel of Automation

Robot Makers Spread Global Gospel of Automation
By JOHN MARKOFF. Published: January 23, 2013. CHICAGO — The robot equipment industry has one word for the alarmist articles and television news programs that predict a robot is about to steal your job: Fiddlesticks!
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iRobot Roomba 660 Vacuum Cleaning Robot
They say a dog is a man's best friend, yet it's quite possible that statement may be under threat. After all, when was the last time your dog vacuumed the lounge for you? IRobot's founders have been innovators in domestic robotics since the late 90′s …
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Jatheon Technologies: Focused Email Archiving Provider Offers Value While Others Are Spread too Thin

Toronto (PRWEB) November 19, 2012

Jatheon Technologies, a focused email archiving solutions provider based in Toronto, Canada, is proud to announce the launch of a brand new website at The new website has been launched to match the companys growing ambition and status within the industry.

Having won the Value Champion award in Info-Tech Groups Email Archiving Vendor Landscape Report 2012 the company said that the next logical step was a revamp of the website. Jatheons President Kieron Dowling attributes their success to the companys focus on email archiving.

Speaking at the website launch, he said, Weve seen a lot of companies come into the market over the last few years and they include email archiving as an afterthought. They recognize that email archiving is a popular topic right now and they want to capitalize on that by adding it to their list of products.

Our product stands out because its our only focus. The reason that Plug n Comply offers real value is because it provides quality features and is supported by a dedicated team. While others spread themselves thin, our focus allows us to react to industry trends and meet email archiving needs first.

The new website has been designed to be easy for visitors to navigate with quick links to one of Jatheons weekly email archiving webinars, an email archiving sizing calculator as well as a host of other email archiving resources. Mr. Dowling says the new website reflects the organizations place in the industry and claims it will be a vital step in the continuing growth of Jatheon solutions. He concluded, This new site will allow us to demonstrate our key strengths, our product and our focus on archiving.

About Jatheon Technologies

Jatheon Technologies, a world-wide leader in email archiving and management solutions, is the force behind Plug n Comply, a family of email archiving appliances which greatly simplify eDiscovery and message archiving compliance, including meeting the requirements set by SEC, NASD (FINRA), HIPAA, FRCP, and Sarbanes Oxley. Highly secure and easy to manage, Jatheons integrated archiving appliances offer complete in-house control of confidential messaging data, such as email or instant messages. Founded in 2004, and recently honoured with Info-Techs Champion and Value awards in the 2012 Vendor Landscape Email Archiving report , Jatheon is headquartered in Toronto, Canada. For more information visit Plug n Comply is a trademark of Jatheon Technologies, Inc. All other names, brands, or products may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.