Hi Guys,...Just wanna ask if what brand should I look for in a laptop. And what specs should I look for if I'll use it in programming, gaming, photo editing. Thank you in advance.

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Hello everyone, Attracting customers is an important aspect to run a successful online business. Plenty of ways are followed by the website owners to draw the atttenion of many customers towards the website. Some of the popular marketing techinques are: 1. Social sites integration 2. Search engine optimization (SEO) 3. Loyalty programs 4. Attractive themes and best products Kindly suggest any one of the marketing technique from the above to improve online business sales.

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We have three types of popular brands: Service brand; Retail brand; Product brand. All of these need the active marketing support to get popularity among the target community. We need a different in promotional strategy for each brand reputation buildup. For service brand reputation, we need to approach the end users with focus upon internet marketing. For retail brand reputation, the role of seller becomes important. For product brands, we need viral marketing strategy that could involves all the channel partners.

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[URL="http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2010/07/27/altimeter-report-the-8-success-criteria-for-facebook-page-marketing/"]Altimeter Group's recently released report[/URL] establishes eight criteria for measuring success with Facebook page marketing and used the criteria to measure thirty brands, finding that the majority aren't making the most of their Facebook pages.[ATTACH]16178[/ATTACH]Pamper's, Macy's, Kohl's and AXE, on the other hand, were brands successfully using Facebook marketing to increase word of mouth and brand recognition. More and more companies are using Facebook to reach customers, with more than 45% of senior marketers identifying social networks as their priority for this year. Facebook, the report says, is a platform that marketers cannot ignore. Recently Facebook passed the 500 million …

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Give me suggestion how i can do this ?

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I have two product brand. For example:- Product A - Nestle Brand (Table A) Product B - Cadbury Brand (Table B) I have an order table with the attributes: -id -orderNo -foreign key reference to table A -foreign key reference to table B -quantity -createdDate The data base on the attribute above: 1,1001,1,null,20,20/12/2011 1,1001,null,1,20,20/12/2011 Does my design make sence? Thank You.

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I recently came across a Wall Street Journal piece about branded online communities (link below) and the author talked about how while Lego was looking to come out with a new line of products they tapped into an online community for people who are Lego enthusiasts set up by people who are Lego enthusiasts. The basic thrust of the article is how companies that set up branded online communities as an extension of their marketing effort can turn these communities into market research tools, early warning systems for customer concerns and complaints and customer loyalty building tools. The author pointed …

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[FONT=&quot]Unless you happen to have been one of the people who authorized payment of around $800,000 for the design, or were on the receiving end of it, then the chances are you will agree with the momentum of public opinion that the [URL="http://www.london2012.com/index.html"]London 2012 Olympics branding[/URL] sucks. In fact, it more than just plain simple sucks, it sucks elephants through a straw is how bad it is. But as well as being offensive to the eye, this campaign has shown how technology can attack both your product credibility and the health of those viewing it.[/FONT] [FONT=&quot][/FONT] [FONT=&quot]The credibility thing is …

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