Month: October 2017

4 steps to enhancing the customer experience with social media – Marketing Land

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Social media has been the “buzz” in marketing practically since its inception. And while your business should absolutely be utilizing these channels as an integral part of your marketing strategy, it’s time to move past thinking about your social media pages and handles solely in terms of marketing with the goal of customer acquisition. You [Continue]

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POLICE ADVISE PUBLIC: BRIBERY ACT 2016 NOW IN EFFECT – Today in Bermuda

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The Bermuda Police Service would like to remind the public that on September 1, 2017, the Bribery Act 2016, went into effect. This significant piece of legislation has potential ramifications for a wide cross-section of the public, in contrast to historical legislation aimed at corruption that only applied to “public officials”. The new Act creates offences designed [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed as one of the key opportunities in the program. Liberal councillor Brad Luke says participation in the News Corporation-owned National Geographic Traveler magazine program is “simply a glorified advertorial”. “The [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed as one of the key opportunities in the program. Liberal councillor Brad Luke says participation in the News Corporation-owned National Geographic Traveler magazine program is “simply a glorified advertorial”. “The [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed as one of the key opportunities in the program. Liberal councillor Brad Luke says participation in the News Corporation-owned National Geographic Traveler magazine program is “simply a glorified advertorial”. “The [Continue]

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Newcastle Council spent $169000 on 'glorified ad' with National Geographic | poll – Newcastle Herald

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NEWCASTLE Council has defended spending $130,000 on an advertising campaign with National Geographic Traveler magazine, despite not taking part in a London “smart cities forum” billed as one of the key opportunities in the program. Liberal councillor Brad Luke says participation in the News Corporation-owned National Geographic Traveler magazine program is “simply a glorified advertorial”. “The [Continue]

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Nigeria: OLX Says NINS Can Fuel eCommerce – AllAfrica.com

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By Peter Oluka The electronic commerce industry will benefit from the national identity numbers when fully developed, according to Lola Masha, country manager of OLX Nigeria. Masha made the remark at the recent fifth anniversary of the leading classified ads sire in Nigeria, adding that trust has remained the major setback for e-commerce space in [Continue]

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