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How Companies Will Use Artificial Intelligence To Sell To You

How did Donald Trump defy the swelled-head ­mediacracy to become President? From the fringe of the tech world a theory has emerged: It was artificial intelligence. 497 more words


All about Search Engine Rankings

You are continually being informed that it is important for you to lead the search engine page keeping in mind the end goal to have an effective business. 375 more words

Your Reputations Consulting

Looking back on New Year Resolutions - How far have you come?

Guest Post by Umana Khan

As we enter the second quarter of 2017, it seems like an appropriate time to reflect on how far we’ve come on our over ambition New Year resolutions filled with hope and determination (well…at least when we first made them). 589 more words


The City School stages “Thought Leaders” Pakistan’s First Early Years Education Symposium

The City School (TCS) Pakistan’s largest private school system recently organized the nation’s first ever symposium on Early Years Education, entitled “Thought Leaders”. The symposium convened a platform for renowned experts and influencers to exchange best practices and cutting edge research in designing, developing and managing high performance learning environments for early childhood education. 415 more words


Making Branding Work: 27 Top Tips

Now that we have defined what a brand is, let’s move on to how to make a brand work for you and how to market your business in such a way that capitalizes on your brand, improves your branding capabilities, and increases your market exposure and visibility. 1,045 more words

Online Marketing

How Oligapoly Marketplaces Became the Loansharks of the Ecommerce Neighborhood

Like pawning grandpa’s antique watch for a quick influx of a bank roll of cash, brands are running to ecommerce marketplaces and falling for the trap of this quick win.  1,560 more words

Digital Culture – Uniting World Culture

Today's Marketing: What Is a Brand?

With regard to internet marketing, the word “brand” is used quite frequently – certainly much more so than in years past (as it would pertain to traditional marketing and promotional methods).  584 more words