Archive for January, 2018

Real Estate Market Analysis: Methods and Case Studies, Second Edition

Real Estate Market Analysis: Methods and Case Studies, Second Edition

  • Real Estate Market Analysis Methods and Case Studies Second Edition

Offering the tools needed to evaluate trends and understand key factors affecting the real estate market, this book explains how to get started, where to get information, and how to apply the basic techniques to a variety of development types. This practical primer offers a step-by-step approach to developing propertywhether public or private sectorand shows how market-analysis methods have been employed in real projects. The 13 case studies written by top market analysts provide models that can

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Cool Digital Marketing Company images

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Sweet, Sweet Galaxy by Pip & Pop
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Image by Karen Roe
Smiths Row, The Market Cross, Cornhill, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 1BT
Tel: +44 (0) 1284 762081

We are happy to welcome Australian artists Tanya Schultz, Nicole Andrijevic and John Kassab to Smiths Row in what is their first major British show. Schultz and Andrijevic have worked in collaboration since 2007 using the alias Pip & Pop and this is their second collaboration with sound artist Kassab.

Sweet sweet galaxy is a unique installation depicting an infinite psychedelic landscape. An amalgamation of numerous materials including coloured sugar, fine sand, cake decorations, origami, found objects, LED lights and sound, this colourful sensory kingdom will be constructed directly in the gallery space in early January.

The soundscape, created in collaboration with Melbourne-based John Kassab, adds another layer of immersion to the audience experience and sense of being transported to a faraway or imagined place. Whilst the soundscape adds to the narrative of the imagined landscape, interpreting the sounds with sugar has been central to Pip & Pop’s process when working with John.

The sugar used in this exhibition has been kindly donated by Silverspoon. As the sole producers of homegrown British sugar the company supports 1200 East Anglian beet farmers. According to Dan Gough of Silverspoon: "the sugar used in this exhibition was grown an average of 30 miles away from the gallery".

freelancer digital marketing b2b consulting
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Image by homethods
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Valley of the Gods, Bears Ears National Monument
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Image by Jeffrey Sullivan
I’ve looked into the company Patagonia this week since they sued the federal government over the proposed 85% reduction of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.

Here’s the company’s mission statement: “Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.”

“Can we even imagine what an economy would look like that wouldn’t destroy the home planet? A responsible economy?”
– Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard

Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario regarding Patagonia’s M venture capital fund to fund green startups, and founder Yvon Chouinard: "Yvon wants to use that money to create greater change in the world. He’s not doing what some companies do, who hoard their cash or pay huge dividends.”

“If you want to change government, change the corporations, and the government will follow,” he wrote. “If you want to change corporations, change the consumers.”
– Yvon Chouinard, “The Next Hundred Years." (1995 essay)

The company gives 1% to environmental causes annually, and has been taking revenue and market share from competitors.

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Handbook of Market Segmentation: Strategic Targeting for Business and Technology Firms, Third Edition (Haworth Series in Segmented, Targeted, and Customized Market)

Handbook of Market Segmentation: Strategic Targeting for Business and Technology Firms, Third Edition (Haworth Series in Segmented, Targeted, and Customized Market)

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Develop a successful strategy for segmenting high-tech and industrial markets!

Whether it’s due to a lack of focus, lack of time, or just bad planning, most companies fall short of the mark in their target marketing. The Handbook of Market Segmentation, 3rd Edition: Strategic Target Marketing for Business and Technology Firms is a practical, how-to guide to what marketers need to know about defining, segmenting, and targeting business markets: assessing customer needs; gauging the compet

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Nice Mobile Marketing photos

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S7-D “Charon” – Desert Marauder
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Image by LowestForm0fWit
The barren, desert wastelands of Fenris VI are a known refuge for smugglers, ruffians, and mercenaries; the black markets there attract such scoundrels.

But there’s a section of the great desert Khras, beset by constant sandstorms, that even the cutthroats won’t venture into anymore. Rumors of a mobile frame rising from the sand and hewing apart anything in its path, as if it was the fury of the desert itself, have kept them clear.

Yet every now and again, one doesn’t heed the warnings, doesn’t believe the tales, and ventures into the violent sandstorm. And there, the Charon and its mysterious pilot, lay in wait amongst the sands.

Guerilla mobile marketing
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Image by Paul Jacobson
A brilliant example of guerilla marketing 😉

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Legal Nurse Consultant Marketing (Creating a Successful LNC Practice) (Volume 2)

Legal Nurse Consultant Marketing (Creating a Successful LNC Practice) (Volume 2)

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Book 2 in the Creating a Successful LNC Practice Series is called Legal Nurse Consultant Marketing. This is a comprehensive compilation of tips, techniques and technology for legal nurse consultants insterested in expanding their businesses. You will explore how to develop your marketing plan and website, and to share your expertise to attract attorneys to you. Presenting information at attorneys conferences or law firms involves skills you will learn in this book. You will find out how to harne

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Nice Advertising photos

A few nice advertising images I found:

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Bullshit

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The SMART Criteria: The SMART way to set objectives

The SMART Criteria: The SMART way to set objectives

The Smart way to set objectives

This book is a practical and accessible guide to understanding and implementing the Smart criteria, providing you with the essential information and saving time.

In 50 minutes you will be able to:

* Understand the 5 criteria that make up the Smart method (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-Bound)
* Follow the steps and ask the right questions in order to always set objectives that are achievable
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Nice Marketing Techniques photos

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GINZA
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Image by Shaojin+AT
Picture: Evening at Ginza
Location: Tokyo, Japan

Ginza (???) is a district of Ch??, Tokyo, located south of Yaesu and Ky?bashi, west of Tsukiji, east of Y?rakuch? and Uchisaiwaich?, and north of Shinbashi.
It is known as an upscale area of Tokyo with numerous department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses. Ginza is recognized as one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world. Many upscale fashion clothing flagship stores are located here, being also recognized as having the highest concentration of western shops in Tokyo. Prominent are Chanel, Dior, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton.[1] Flagship electronic retail stores like the Sony showroom and the Apple Store are also here.

History

Ginza is named after the silver-coin mint established there in 1612 during the Edo period.

Ginza as it appeared in the late 1870s-1880s (Miniature model at the Edo-Tokyo Museum)
After the Tsukiji area burnt to the ground in 1872, the Meiji government designated the Ginza area as model of modernisation. The government planned the construction of fireproof brick buildings, and larger, better streets connecting the Shimbashi Station and the foreign concession in Tsukiji, as well as to important government buildings. Designs for the area were provided by the Irish-born architect Thomas Waters; the Bureau of Construction of the Ministry of Finance was in charge of construction. In the following year, a Western-style shopping promenade on the street from the Shinbashi bridge to the Ky?bashi bridge in the southwestern part of Ch?? with two- and three-story Georgian brick buildings was completed.
"Bricktown" buildings were initially offered for sale, later they were leased, but the high rent meant that many remained unoccupied. Nevertheless, the area flourished as a symbol of "civilisation and enlightenment", thanks to the presence of newspapers and magazine companies, who led the trends of the day. The area was also known for its window displays, an example of modern marketing techniques.
Most of these European-style buildings disappeared, but some older buildings still remain, most famously the Wak? building with the now-iconic Hattori Clock Tower. The building and clock tower were originally built by Kintar? Hattori, the founder of Seiko.
Its recent history has seen it as a promiment outpost of western luxury shops. Ginza is a popular destination on weekends, when the main north-south artery is closed to traffic. The traffic blockade began in the 1960s under governor Ryokichi Minobe.

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Poster of a Girl
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Image by Ansel Edwards Photography
17/365

. This unfortunate hiatus from my 365 day challenge is hopefully nearing it’s end. How hectic life has been as of late. I’m just barely getting my assignments in on time in school and I feel a great deal of fatigue. I think it is just this dreadful anticipation of winters deathly isolation that’s slowing me down. I kind of realized that I probably shouldn’t need to be sleeping 12+ hours a day…

. I did learn a few interesting things from my ‘hiatus’ though. The first of which was that there are people out there who really do pay attention to my photos on a regular basis- that was inspiring. I don’t know how many times I’ve said it or seen it but artists in their early years have zero confidence in their work. Now I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with this and in fact, I would go as far as to say that it is crucial to the development of an artist in regard to not only the meticulousness of their work, but to their overall attitude as that of which we (artists) aspire to be. There is nothing that grinds my gears more than these pompous kids that attend the same college as I, boasting their "talent" as "photographers". I’ll admit, some hypocrisy may be apparent in that last statement as I think that I am often referred to as pompous based on my eagerness or even naivety sometimes. But I know that my obsession with detail translates into the way I think and the way I speak as well. I simply cannot let an incorrect statistic or figure linger in class. I suppose everyone makes mistakes though and the people educating me at this point know their stuff so perhaps I should relax. I probably will not, but maybe I should. Anyway, I definitely don’t want to generalize and lump my classmates into this label of "pompous" in fact, I would say that there are probably only a few people that truly deserve that label. I heard a story from a peer regarding an issue within the photo loans department which depicted a person (idiot) waltzing (barging) into the loans room and stepped (budded) to the front of the line attempting (demanding) to return (hurl) her gear at the staff. This bothers me. First of all, photo loans must be a pain in the ass to run. You’ve got a bunch of inexperienced teenaged kids attempting to borrow professional grade equipment to do with what they will. You hear the same problems every day, you’ve got kids returning things late and insisting that they should be exempt from the late fee, you’ve got kids losing/breaking/damaging gear which could be furthering another’s career. I can’t stand that people take this for granted. And furthermore, I can’t stand when people produce shit with this wonderful equipment and market their shit as gold. To end this rant on a positive note, I am so thankful that the majority of my colleagues are genuinely trying to improve as photographers and learn from everything and everyone around them. Thank you to the idiots who show the rest of us what not to do and how NOT to treat another person. Thanks to everyone who can take criticism and who are also willing to give some kindly.

. Very sporadic delving into a minor subject there ^ but back to what I learned from my brief hiatus. Most importantly what I learned (again, and had reaffirmed) was that I absolutely love photography. It’s hard to believe that around a year ago I decided that I should mess around with my dads cheap DSLR with a kit lens and take silly pictures of nick knacks around my house. That day I basically decided that I wanted to do that- on a slightly larger scale perhaps- for the rest of my life. Not taking photos for a few days is like not eating for a few days. I’m grumpy, I’m sad and I need to have that thirst quenched. I’m just so thankful that I’m at the cusp of my career and that there is such an absurd amount of information and technique to still absorb and gain inspiration from. I’m even more thankful for the people who look at my photos even if they hate them. If you do, let me know tell me what inside of you is disgusted by my photos, what emotions they provoke or what perceptions they may alter. Hell, tell me if they do absolutely nothing for you. Why not right? Being a critic makes being criticized that much easier- usually.

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One-Page Business Plan: From Your Vision to Your Success

One-Page Business Plan: From Your Vision to Your Success

So, you have a dream. You have a great idea that will bring exciting new products or services to market. How will you make that dream a reality? While it’s true that hundreds of startups succeed each year in turning the imagination of talented people into hard profit, it’s also true that just as many or more startups fail right out of the gate. Just having an idea is never enough. It takes hard work, it takes effort, and it takes organization. From obtaining money for your startup to hiring the

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