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August 27, 2016

Pros And Cons Of Internet Advertising

Regardless of the promotion package, Internet ad media plays an important role in determining the success of your product or service awareness on-line.

What are their advantages over other established media such as selling TV ads?

Advantages

1: Low-Cost

Even if the Internet ad can be displayed as very comprehensive compared to other media, it is definitely much cheaper than most. Internet Ad Packages are offered as low as $ 10.00 for a period of one month, or by a set amount of “hits”, depending on the advertiser you go with.

2: The presentation to the market

If your product / service is aimed at the younger generation or the corporate world, Internet advertisements would be best because they are already hooked into the net, surfing websites. A few of these pages that you have your ad on, could give you a link to your own website as well. Result, a greater number of “hits” on your website!

3: Relatively trouble-free

Everything you really need is a PC, some knowledge and ideas for designing your site, then search for the best Internet ad package for your advertising needs and budgets, choose from a variety of advertisement ways like Banner Ads, text ads; whether you want to work with pop-ups or pop-unders, etc. All from the comfort of your home!

4: Update ads

Unlike TV commercials, which must be periodically updated, your Internet ads could go for some time without change. If they need updating, the amendment of the site or your ad is usually a very simple matter that can be done quickly and easily.

Disadvantages

1: Scope

It is a “limited” market that can be conquered, if you only use the Internet for advertising display. While more and more people every day are now into the use of technology and surfing the World Wide Web there are quite a few of the average consumers out there that are still on the older forms of advertising as a means to gather information on certain products and services. Fortunately for us Internet

advertisers, that is changing quickly in our favor, and this will soon no longer be an issue.

2: Additional costs

If you decide to rent the help of a professional, a freelancer or a company for the production of your site and /or advertising for your product or service, of course it costs more than if you did it yourself. While the costs can advance an initial disadvantage, the results in the long term may in fact be very beneficial if you have the right people to work with.

Conclusion:

The goal of Internet advertising is to offer the widest maximum exposure of your brand/product with the lowest possible cost. Given the list of advantages and disadvantages to using low-cost Internet advertising displays, an entrepreneur can now assess its applicability to his/her product or service.

In the final analysis, if you have an Internet presence and you are not using Internet advertising, then you are clearly missing out on a huge market. There is a lot of money to be made from the Internet, so go out there and snap up your share!

By: Ross the Pit Boss

Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com

Ross “The Pit Boss” has been involved with Customer Service and Sales, both Direct and now on-line since 1978. His years in the Casino Industry have afforded him a different perspective on internet and affiliate marketing. This unique view gives him the ability to see past the hype and go right to the heart of any product or service.

You can read more of his reviews and articles at GamblerMan.com

Suara.com

August 26, 2016

Pros And Cons Of Internet Advertising

Regardless of the promotion package, Internet ad media plays an important role in determining the success of your product or service awareness on-line.

What are their advantages over other established media such as selling TV ads?

Advantages

1: Low-Cost

Even if the Internet ad can be displayed as very comprehensive compared to other media, it is definitely much cheaper than most. Internet Ad Packages are offered as low as $ 10.00 for a period of one month, or by a set amount of “hits”, depending on the advertiser you go with.

2: The presentation to the market

If your product / service is aimed at the younger generation or the corporate world, Internet advertisements would be best because they are already hooked into the net, surfing websites. A few of these pages that you have your ad on, could give you a link to your own website as well. Result, a greater number of “hits” on your website!

3: Relatively trouble-free

Everything you really need is a PC, some knowledge and ideas for designing your site, then search for the best Internet ad package for your advertising needs and budgets, choose from a variety of advertisement ways like Banner Ads, text ads; whether you want to work with pop-ups or pop-unders, etc. All from the comfort of your home!

4: Update ads

Unlike TV commercials, which must be periodically updated, your Internet ads could go for some time without change. If they need updating, the amendment of the site or your ad is usually a very simple matter that can be done quickly and easily.

Disadvantages

1: Scope

It is a “limited” market that can be conquered, if you only use the Internet for advertising display. While more and more people every day are now into the use of technology and surfing the World Wide Web there are quite a few of the average consumers out there that are still on the older forms of advertising as a means to gather information on certain products and services. Fortunately for us Internet

advertisers, that is changing quickly in our favor, and this will soon no longer be an issue.

2: Additional costs

If you decide to rent the help of a professional, a freelancer or a company for the production of your site and /or advertising for your product or service, of course it costs more than if you did it yourself. While the costs can advance an initial disadvantage, the results in the long term may in fact be very beneficial if you have the right people to work with.

Conclusion:

The goal of Internet advertising is to offer the widest maximum exposure of your brand/product with the lowest possible cost. Given the list of advantages and disadvantages to using low-cost Internet advertising displays, an entrepreneur can now assess its applicability to his/her product or service.

In the final analysis, if you have an Internet presence and you are not using Internet advertising, then you are clearly missing out on a huge market. There is a lot of money to be made from the Internet, so go out there and snap up your share!

By: Ross the Pit Boss

Article Directory: http://www.articledashboard.com

Ross “The Pit Boss” has been involved with Customer Service and Sales, both Direct and now on-line since 1978. His years in the Casino Industry have afforded him a different perspective on internet and affiliate marketing. This unique view gives him the ability to see past the hype and go right to the heart of any product or service.

You can read more of his reviews and articles at GamblerMan.com

Berita Hari Ini

August 25, 2016

BlogDidattici … AppassionataMente | Raccolta di informazioni e link a blog didattici e …

IL DECENNALE DI BLOG DIDATTICI

Il 16 aprile 2014 BlogDidattici ha compiuto dieci anni. È forse più esatto dire: avrebbe compiuto, ma un’esperienza così coinvolgente non può essere liquidata semplicemente con un condizionale. Come per tante cose o persone andate perdute, basta pronunciarne il nome per sentire che la memoria è sempre presente. È ancora viva nel ricordo indelebile conservato nella mente dei tanti che hanno partecipato direttamente, o semplicemente contribuito, alle giornate seminariali trascorse presso il Liceo “Giuseppe Mazzatinti” di Gubbio, a presentare ai convenuti le proprie esperienze sul campo e a cercare di trasformare le difficoltà e i problemi incontrati lungo il cammino in altrettanti progetti.

Il blog è stato, per molti docenti, il primo vero approccio a Internet, la possibilità di potersi esprimere su temi che li riguardano personalmente e, soprattutto, la possibilità di poter condividere idee ed opinioni, confrontandosi con altri pari e ricevendo un feedback quasi immediato sulla bontà o meno di quelle idee e di quelle opinioni.

Il blog è stato per molti anche un modo di uscire allo scoperto, esporsi in prima persona, enunciando particolari punti di vista sul fare scuola ed esponendo personali metodologie di lavoro, con l’obiettivo di poterle disseminare tra i colleghi.

Il blog è stato anche un modo di rinunciare al “particulare”, che caratterizza spesso il lavoro del docente, da sempre un misto tra arte e scienza, tra empirismo e fondatezza epistemologica, tra casuale e organizzato, tra gelosa custodia dei propri “segreti professionali” e desiderio di metterne a parte persone in grado di apprezzare e proporre modifiche e integrazioni a quelle modalità operative.

Il blog, insomma, è stato per molti uno strumento capace di stimolare una riflessione sul senso del fare scuola, a prescindere dall’ordine e dal grado dell’istituzione in cui si operava.

Nella memoria dei numerosi partecipanti di allora restano impressi i convegni – seminari che si tenevano a Gubbio con cadenza annuale, utili soprattutto per conoscersi di persona e intrecciare nuove collaborazioni e amicizie, che in molti casi continuano a permanere a distanza di anni.

Per molto tempo, nel campo dell’educazione, si è tenuta separata la pedagogia dalla didattica, quest’ultima vista spesso dalla prima in funziona ancillare. La pedagogia pensa, la didattica agisce. La pedagogia ordina, la didattica esegue. Questa dicotomia, che continua tuttora a perdurare, con grave discapito per entrambe, si è andata positivamente ricomponendo proprio in occasione dei convegni eugubini, grazie all’apporto di pedagogisti innovatori, che avevano immediatamente compreso quali potenzialità si nascondessero nell’utilizzo di Internet nella didattica e quale elemento dirompente fosse il blog nelle esperienze educative.

BlogDidattici non è stato un semplice aggregatore di differenti realtà scolastiche, ma soprattutto di persone, che hanno voluto rompere l’isolamento al quale costringono le pareti dell’aula e dell’istituzione, per affacciarsi con il loro sapere e le loro esperienze sull’intero mondo della didattica.

BlogDidattici ha voluto rappresentare anche un elemento di discontinuità nel panorama dell’aggiornamento dei docenti, un’esperienza che portava a confrontarsi tra pari su ciò che realmente si era fatto “con” la classe, all’interno della quale il docente assumeva, forse per la prima volta, il ruolo di comprimario piuttosto che quello di demiurgo. Attraverso il continuo confronto, si operavano poi riflessioni, che davano spunti per nuove iniziative, da calare nella realtà quotidiana del fare scuola.

Perché un’esperienza così innovativa si è perduta? Le spiegazioni sono molteplici, ma quella che più convince è l’indifferenza con la quale è stata accolta da parte delle Istituzioni, soprattutto quelle che avrebbero il compito di stimolare e valorizzare esperienze di questo genere.

Quanto alla stragrande maggioranza dei docenti, hanno preferito sottrarsi al confronto con una serie di alibi, i più classici dei quali sono “non è previsto dal programma” e “non ho tempo per fare altro”, dimostrando una volta di più il loro scetticismo rispetto a qualunque tentativo di introdurre innovazioni nel proprio campo di azione.

Bisogna ammettere, a parziale attenuante, che certi atteggiamenti non sono sempre da biasimare; rappresentano una forma di resistenza nei confronti di una società che continua a pretendere titoli di studio per i propri giovani a “impegno zero”, e considera il lavoro dell’insegnante o come una “missione”, per la quale non occorrono particolari compensi o particolari riconoscimenti sociali, o peggio come un’attività impiegatizia di poca fatica e di scarso valore produttivo. Con la cultura, dopotutto, non si mangia.

Quali che siano state le cause che, nel tempo, hanno determinato un così elevato livello di scetticismo tra i docenti, il risultato, purtroppo, è stato che alla fine si sono perduti completamente i contatti con la realtà, specialmente con quella dei discenti che, al contrario, sono nati già immersi nelle tecnologie e che accettano a fatica di mantenere desta l’attenzione durante una lezione di stampo “tradizionale”.

Sicuramente, un po’ per necessità, un po’ per desiderio di cambiamento, molti insegnanti si saranno allontanati o si staranno allontanando dalle modalità di fare scuola dei loro docenti di un tempo, ma occorre ben più di questo per innovare realmente.

Occorre, soprattutto, un sano e aperto confronto tra le diverse esperienze, senza pregiudizi e senza particolarismi, ma questo potrebbe essere l’oggetto di un altro seminario. Per il momento, buon anniversario, BlogDidattici!

riflessioni di Sergio Tardetti

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August 25, 2016

Television / Movies :: Streaming Online TV on PC Free – How Do I Watch CBS TV Online?

How can I get streaming Online TV on my PC?

Streaming Online TV on your PC for free of charge is easy from the internet. There are several ways that you can watch satellite TV online from your computer. Some are cheaper than others while some are absolutely free. There are also other methods that involve installation of certain devices on your computer to enable them capture world online TV channels. Some of the most common ways of getting satellite TV include:

1. Capturing TV in Internet through Computer TV Cards

Otherwise referred to as PCTV cards, these are small gadgets ad ons that can be attached to PC card slots at the back of your PC. The PC TV cards are cheap on the market and come with a special installation software that includes a media player which could either be a Winamp or media player.

Once installed, you will need an external antennae which in most cases is a thin small cable that you can attach to the wall by using duct tape.

If you are not a computer tech, you may need services of a technician to do the installation and set up. This TV by PC cards will broadcast free to air TV channels to your computer at no charge. The computer TV toolbar is an easy to use interface through which you can browse through channels and adjust picture quality and sound as you desire.

2. Capturing Internet radio and TV through free Websites

There are many websites that offer free online TV. Most of these websites will only need you to register your names and email with them and then log in to be able to watch free TV. The free TV websites broadcast TV channels from across the world and can also be viewed from anywhere in the world with broadband internet connection.

The only downside with these free satellite TV websites is that they tend to have a lot of interruptions. Due to the absolutely free nature of the internet TV services, there are so many people that try to access them at a go from all over the world.

The result is that you will mostly get an error message afew seconds from starting to watch free satellite TV from these websites. Their servers cannot simply cope with the huge demand for free TV worldwide.

3. Capturing free internet broadband TV thru a computer TV software download

There are new internet super TV softwares that instantly turn your PC into a TV. These softwares offer a very wide selection of online TV in different languages. The PCTV Softwares are programmed to capture Free-To-Air TV channels from across the world including news, sports, educational and shopping channels. These softwares are retailed in very many places over the internet.

The free internet TV softwares are cheap and easy to download and install. The downlload itself takes less than 2 minutes and you will be watching online TV on your dell or Compaq computer on the third minute from download. The quality of the picture and sound of each of these Computer TV softwares vary greatly.

The cost of most of these TV softwares for computer cost an average of $50 and below. Some of the higher priced softwares are an indication of better picture and sound quality. The number of TV channels online offered by these programs range from 3000 to a record 10,000. You will find however that all that you need to watch is approximately a quarter of them since the rest may be in a foreign language.

Watch a demo trial of PC on online TV softwares by following the links below and start streaming online TV on PC free.

Berita Hari Ini

August 24, 2016

Social Media And The Four Major Record Labels

EMI, Warner, Universal and Sony have always seemed to lead the way in terms of how music is marketed and which platforms work best for getting the artist’s music to the audiences, but it was only in the last few years that social media and the online digital revolution has led way for artists to take a lead in the game. But how are the major record labels coping in the world of social media? Are they fully utilizing its capabilities, or like many musicians are they still not fully convinced that social media is an optimum platform for music?

Well, the signs show that the probably are convinced of its power (all four majors are active users of Twitter and also run frequently updated blogs) but as the following statistics collected by The Musician’s Guide shows, only one record label is actually using Twitter well – EMI.

Twitter Followers

@Universal_Music are clearly in the lead with 43,000 followers, while EMI are a long way behind with just 4000 followers. However, this means nothing as quantity of Twitter followers does not reflect interaction or quality of those followers – for all we know all 43,000 of Universal’s followers could be bots or inactive Twitter accounts!

Number of retweets

Retweets are one of the best metrics on Twitter to work out how much your followers agree with or enjoy your tweets. Interestingly we found that EMI are by far in the lead with an average of 24 retweets per tweet! See what I mean about quality of followers now? :)

Number of clicks per link

As well as being a great branding opportunity and reputation management tool for the four major record labels, Twitter is also a way for them to refer visitors to their website and the websites of their artists. EMI are once again in the lead with an average of 197 clicks per link posted – which is not too bad when you consider they only have just over 4000 friends!

Conclusion

Based on these three metrics I would argue that EMI are using Twitter the most effectively by a long shot – but Twitter is not just about traffic, Retweets and followers, it’s also about interaction and reputation management – which are both areas that all four major record labels could improve on.

By: Marcus A Taylor

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To find out more visit The Musician’s Guide Blog

Berita Hari Ini