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YouTube is a valuable marketing tool during the holidays. Watch some brands' holiday video ads and gain valuable SEO insights from them here.The post 20 of the Most Emotionally Engaging Christmas Ads of 2020 (So Far) via @gregjarboe appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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Cyber Monday and Black Friday will cross $10 billion, Thanksgiving sales to grow by 49.5%. Consumer behaviors and exclusive Market Intelligence report insights. The post Key Insights: Exclusive market intelligence and ecommerce highlights appeared first on ClickZ.
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Broad match keyword suggestions will start surfacing in Recommendations Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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Discover how to make and market music in the big leagues.
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Dorsey has admired Yousafzai for several years, calling her the person who inspires him the most in a 2015 interview with Recode.
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It plans to expand into new markets across Southeast Asia starting with Singapore.
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Image: Unity Lego has paired with game engine maker Unity for a Lego Microgame, where you can snap together virtual bricks to build the environment of your own custom game world. The Microgame is free and requires no prior knowledge of video game programming. All you have to do to get started is follow a Unity tutorial. Once you’ve designed your game to your liking, you can unleash a Lego minifigure to run, jump around, and maybe even perish to an obstacle in your new virtual world. Creative Mods in Unity will help you do things like build an enemy, customize menus, and change the minifig to an adventurer, pirate, or pizza boy. They’ve worked with BrickLink, so you can further customize by importing sets that have already been built in Studio. There... Continue reading…
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A Fortnite player fighting the new Fortnitemares ghosts. | Image: Epic Games Fortnite kicked off its annual “Fortnitemares” Halloween event this week, and this year, you get to play as a killer ghost. In this year’s Fortnitemares mode, the Fortnite island is packed with spooky touches — a foreboding fog can hang over the island, houses have Halloween decorations, and I’ve even found a witch’s hut surrounded by rideable brooms. But the real twist in Fortnitemares happens when you die: after your untimely demise, you’re returned to the island as a ghost so you can hunt — and troll — the surviving humans. As a ghost, you can consume materials, health items, guns, and even the Marvel-themed superpowers littered around the map so that the humans can’t use them against you. If you stand still, your purple body... Continue reading…
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Illustration by Grayson Blackmon / The Verge It’s Friday, which means there’s a new episode of The Verge’s flagship podcast The Vergecast. Hosts Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn talk to the various Verge reporters who have been closely following the three biggest tech stories this week for an in-depth discussion. First up, Quibi, the short-form video streaming service, announced it was shutting down after only debuting 6 months ago. Verge reporter Julia Alexander stops by to discuss the many possible reasons for Quibi’s demise and who is taking the blame. Senior reporter Adi Robertson then joins in to talk about the antitrust charges Google is now facing from the Department of Justice. Adi breaks down what the specific charges are, Google’s reaction, and what means for the future of... Continue reading…
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(Portland State University) Is shared micromobility the ideal first/last mile supplement to transit? Can electric scooters make it easier for historically disadvantaged populations to get around? In just three years, brand-new fleets of e-scooters have substantially disrupted and altered the urban mobility landscape. For proponents, it's tempting to view them as a new answer to old problems. But a new study concludes that cities should not depend on e-scooters as a de facto solution without targeted management interventions.
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The US should have enough doses for seniors, healthcare workers, and first responders by the end of January, Azar said.
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Facebook is publishing new, artificial-intelligence-powered forecasts that predict the spread of Covid-19 across the U.S. at the county level. These forecasts leverage the social network's Data for Good tools, including its symptom survey and movement range maps. Facebook said the new forecasts are available on the Humanitarian Data Exchange, and more information can be found...
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When trying to understand consumers, it sometimes feels like you need a crystal ball. How do you truly understand the consumer when behaviors and habits continue to shift under our current climate? The post Understand consumers: The link between neuroscience and marketing strategy appeared first on ClickZ.
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In the market for a new iPad? We found some exceptional Prime Day iPad deals that you don’t even have to wait for because they’ve already started.
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Due to COVID-19, the iconic Hotel Monteleone is offering surprisingly low rates while delivering a reassuring stay. Here's why I would gladly return.
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This article was written by Ross Douglas,  Founder & CEO, Autonomy, on The Urban Mobility Daily, the content site of the Urban Mobility Company, a Paris-based company which is moving the business of mobility forward through physical and virtual events and services. Join their community of 10K+ global mobility professionals by signing up for the Urban Mobility Weekly newsletter. Read the original article here and follow them on Linkedin and Twitter.  When I arrived in Paris five years ago to start Autonomy, I was invited to meet with the head of the Paris Motor Show on Avenue Montaigne – one of… This story continues at The Next Web
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Photo by Brennan King / The Verge Deals on Apple’s iPad are more common than you might think. Whether you’re after the most affordable iPad, the high-end iPad Pro, or something in between like the iPad Air or iPad Mini, there’s usually some sort of price cut happening somewhere. Of course, it’s difficult to know exactly where you can find those deals unless you’re looking around at all of the major retailers. But that’s what we’re doing each day when we hunt for deals, so let us help you out. Below, we’ve listed each of the current iPads available for purchase. Sometimes, there just isn’t a deal happening. In that case, we’ve mentioned how much the most recent sale price was for, so you know when to take the plunge. But most of the time, there’s some sort of deal going... Continue reading…
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Billionaire investor Ray Dalio said: "Almost everybody is underweight on China if you look at any of the benchmarks relative to world capitalization."
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Your housemate or partner has a fever and a cough – the classic Covid-19 symptoms – so is it inevitable you’ll become infected, too? The chances are high, but it’s not a foregone conclusion.  Due to ventilation, Covid-19 transmission is more likely to occur indoors than outdoors, says Oksana Pyzik, an infectious diseases expert and senior teaching fellow at UCL. We also know the risk of infection increases with prolonged contact, meaning you’re more likely to catch Covid-19 from someone you spend a lot of time around (such as a housemate) than you are from passing someone with Covid-19 in the supermarket. READ MORE: My Housemate Has Covid. The Rest Of Us Are Just Waiting In Fear While the risk of becoming infected if you live with someone is considered high, not everyone who comes into contact with Covid-19 will become infected. “A study conducted in New York demonstrated that approximately 38% of household contacts tested positive for SARS-Cov-2 [the virus that causes Covid-19], which is comparable to the secondary infection rates reported in China,” Pyzik says. “Although the public view household visits as a low-risk activity, a significant number of super spreader events are linked to contact within households when widespread community control measures are in place.”More then 3,000 UK students have faced university lockdowns due to virus outbreaks, but your risk of catching Covid on campus will depend on your housing set-up – and your housemates.“Students who have part-time jobs as essential or key workers place higher risk on household contacts as they are more frequently exposed to infectious individuals than the general population,” says Pyzik. Related... The Virus Behind Covid Can Relieve Pain In The Body. Here's How. The risk of transmission decreases in halls of residence and off-campus housing when shared spaces such as kitchens and common areas are closed, adds Pyzik, although this isn’t always possible. “The lessons learned from US universities is that viral transmission between asymptomatic students on campus occurs more quickly than we can stop it without resorting to locking down students,” she adds.  Because of this, Pyzik, believes we need screening of asymptomatic students, plus a “blended” curriculum featuring online learning and small, socially distanced classes, to reduce the risk of transmission between housemates. In a family home, there are also things you can do to reduce your risk of transmission from the 38% average.Opening windows and trying to stay at least one metre apart from family members or housemates is a good place to start, especially if you can’t avoid mixing with others outside the home. Closing the toilet seat before flushing may also reduced the “cloud of virus-containing aerosol droplets” from circulating around your bathroom.  Related... 13 Tips For Staying Covid-Safe As We Start Socialising More Indoors It’s also important to maintain good hand and surface hygiene – even before anyone in the household has started to show symptoms. “If any one in the group is infected, a) they will be expelling droplets which will settle on to surfaces and b) they will likely be touching their mouth or nose and have the virus on their hands,” Professor Sally Bloomfield from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine previously told HuffPost UK. “Avoiding transmission via their hands and contact surfaces is key.”Ultimately, try to avoid coming into contact with the infected person – and avoid sharing kitchen and bathroom essentials like hand towels, tea towels, plates, bowls, cups and cutlery. Other experts have even recommended wearing face masks in the home to protect loved ones if you’ve picked up the virus – but we can’t imagine many will take up that advice 24/7.  READ MORE: PSA: Face Masks Don't Work Very Well In The Rain I’m Living In One Of The Most Locked-Down Places In The World Due To Covid-19 Why Are Covid-19 Cases High, But Deaths Remain Quite Low?
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(Graz University of Technology) Similar to batteries, supercapacitors are suitable for the repeated storage of electrical energy. TU Graz researchers have presented a particularly safe and sustainable variant of such a supercapacitor in Nature Communications.
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