Very Effective Way to Re-Engage Contact Lists  

Online eBusiness Solutions By : Vern Nicholson

Sales can be very demanding this time of year. You have the Holiday Season going on and individuals and companies are closely monitoring budgets.

Erase a significant amount of uncertainty around where to spend marketing funds by re-engaging your existing contact lists.

Now it's significantly easier to reconnect with old customers, contacts who inquired about your products or services in the past and even similar groups across the Internet.

Use your existing contact lists to significantly increase sales. If you were leery about advertising to random browsers in the past, with Google AdWords' Customer Match you can market to people familiar with your brand and exactly where they are online.

When they perform a search on Google, before they watch a YouTube video, if they're on their mobile device or if they're checking their Gmail account your ads can show your product or services to qualified leads.

There's a correlation between 'Awareness' and Sales in the conversion funnel, so get on board today!

Vern Nicholson has pioneered comprehensive Digital Marketing Campaigns that utilizes SEO, Social Media Engagement, Content Management and Ad Placement.

He continues to demonstrate an enormous capacity to execute and manage advertising campaigns to drive audience engagement and increase revenue opportunities for the world’s leading brands.

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Death toll after Guatemala landslide tops 130  

CNN By : Ben Brumfield

The gangly arms of four backhoes dug through a mound of sandy soil that had buried many of the residents of El Cambray alive in a landslide.

Carefully, the diggers turned up sheet metal roofs, broken walls and the bodies of people trapped in the dirt bulging over much of the Guatemalan village. - Referenced Article

Israel launches airstrikes on targets in Gaza  

EuroNews By : Staff Reporting

A mob in India just dragged a man from his home and beat him to death for eating beef  

Washington Post By : Michael E. Miller

Mohammad Akhlaq was in bed when the mob arrived. The commotion began in the distance, but crept closer and closer like encroaching thunder. Suddenly, there was a pounding at the door.

Then the door broke inwards and men dragged the 50-year-old farmer from his sheets and into the street, according to the Indian Express. - Referenced Article

Hannaford Shoper complains about the 'most wilted kale ever' By : Staff Reporting

A concerned shopper takes to Hannaford to complain about the "most wilted kale ever," and receives a quick response from corporate asking for the Supermarket location.

Hannaford should be credited for their immediate response along with a coupon for the shopper's next visit. In an age of social media, consumers have an enormous power to advocate for or critique brands.


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Yuki Nishitzawa does the Tootsee Roll during labor  

The Boston Globe By : Heather Ciras

There’s a possibility that the “Tootsee Roll” has never been in someone’s birth plan before. But Boston woman Yuki Nishitzawa, 36, just changed that.

To alleviate labor pains during an unmedicated childbirth at Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Center for Labor, Birth and Recovery on Tuesday, Nishitzawa danced as her water broke and beyond. - Referenced Article

The Donald Has Landed, Wiki - Bio  

Time By : Michael Scherer

There are some things you just can’t do in politics, not at the presidential level, anyway.

This is a game like any other, with rules honed over decades by the pros in blue blazers clutching focus-group results: Be likable. Don’t make enemies. Respect the party elders. - Referenced Article

Donald Trump Biography Wiki

Millennials Love Kik, Snapchat and Other Messaging Apps: Pew  


Traditional text messaging isn't dead, but it's facing stiff competition from messaging apps like WhatsApp and Kik.

Overall, 36 percent of smartphone owners use messaging apps, according to a new Pew Research report.

Among young people, ages 18 to 29, they're even more popular -- 49 percent of those with smartphones said they use messaging apps. - Referenced Article

Rousey v Zingano  

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