Vocus Supports Nationwide Marketing Events In Fourth Quarter

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Vocus Supports Nationwide Marketing Events in Fourth Quarter

25 October 2013 | 7:05 pm Vocus supports the continuing education of marketing professionals through support of national marketing conferences. (PRWeb October 25, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Vocus-Marketing-Events-Q4/10-25-13/prweb11270311.htm http://www.prweb.com/releases/Vocus-Marketing-Events-Q4/10-25-13/prweb11270311.htm

Taiwan fines Samsung for defaming HTC

24 October 2013 | 5:46 pm IDG News Service – Taiwan has slapped Korean electronics giant Samsung with a fine for fabricating Internet forum posts that praised the company at the expense of rivals including its home-country handset competitor HTC. http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9243506/Taiwan_fines_Samsung_for_defaming_HTC

Taiwan fines Samsung for defaming HTC with fabricated reviews

24 October 2013 | 4:09 pm Taiwan has slapped Korean electronics giant Samsung with a fine for fabricating Internet forum posts that praised the company at the expense of rivals including its home-country handset competitor HTC. On Thursday, Taiwans Fair Trade Commission said it was punishing Samsung with a $341,037 fine for deceiving consumers with its marketing activities. Taiwans FTC began investigating the matter in … http://www.pcworld.com/article/2057720/taiwan-fines-samsung-for-defaming-htc-with-fabricated-reviews.html

4 Big Takeaways from MarketingProfs' B2B Marketing Forum 2013 …

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21 October 2013 | 1:59 pm Building and earning visibility through conversations has proven itself to be a very result-oriented approach in online marketing. Sharing your knowledge and expertise on online communities doesn't just help you build links  http://kaiserthesage.com/roi-forum-comment-marketing/

30 Great Tweets from MarketingProfs B2B Marketing Forum #mpb2b …

21 October 2013 | 2:56 am I had the pleasure of attending MarketingProfs' 7th Annual B2B Marketing Forum a couple weeks ago and feel grateful to have been surrounded by such a group of talented marketers, sharing their knowledge and experience  http://www.komarketingassociates.com/blog/30-great-tweets-marketingprofs-b2b-marketing-forum-mpb2b/

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    Thought Of Doing Undergrad In Us College Rather Than In Home Country? Well i know its not a right forum to discuss this issue, but i really need pretty much help right now. I have just graduated from high school and do hail from Bangladesh. I wanna complete my undergrad and grad here in USA and want to permanently settle here. But now i have some confusions and will really appreciate some help

    1.What subject should i major in to get a good job after my undergrad year? I may move to Canada as well if i see a plummet in us job markets but my first preference is to stay in USA after my undergrad. I will also pursue my MS,MBA and PHD here. I am interested in these majors- computer science/computer engineering(my most favorite subject), electrical engineering, software engineering. Pls suggest me which one, along with other subjects which i do not mention will be good for getting a good job?

    2. Will i get any kind of benefit if I study my undergrad in USA, benefit means getting job easier after my Phd or managing a top notch university for post grad or grad course works,immigration to us etc. The current condition in Bangladesh is bland and every major education centre in tertiary lever here are plagued by sever political corruption.

    3. How’s us undergrad, i mean i have seen colleges that require publications as well as job experience for ms programme, if i complete my undergrad here i mean in usa, will i automatically be required to do them during my undergrad years? in Bangladesh there are no scopes for publishing research papers and managing a full time conclusive job.

    For info, i am looking for top 50-70 us institutions and with my excellent academic background. In addition to that i am taking a gap year to better prepared myself to get to a us college. I have been scoring really well in mock standardized tests and am confident to cut a good figure in them.

    Thanks in advance.

    • ME
    • October 26, 2013

    Are People Only LDS For The Business And Community Ties? The beliefs are a total joke, but I do notice a lot of poor people convert to it to get access to Bishop’s Storehouse and single moms and loose women thing they will get some nice virgin boy to make everything all right.

    I see often in other religion forums where LDS members say “I want to join your religion but can’t because my boss is a Mormon, my customers are Mormons, my company is all Mormon, my friends are all Mormon, my wife will leave me, her fathers a politician and will get the lawyers and judges to make sure I lose everything and no parental rights”(happened to the manoftruth guy on youtube)

    Or there are people who join those other religions while outwardly practicing LDS due to those reasons.

    Plus the Ponzi schemes and multilevel marketing or the “My family were Mormons, so I will die a Mormon, even if it is lies!”

    • Azam
    • October 26, 2013

    Is Lenovo Z580 Good To Buy? Dear Friends
    I want to buy a lenovo Z580 laptop but there are 2 different types of it as below, would you please help me to choose the best one?with reasonable price.


    Intel® Core™ i7-3632QM Quad Core (2.2 GHz, Intel Ivy Bridge Architecture, 6 MB L3 cache, Features Intel Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz)
    Graphics: Dedicated (NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 635M with 2GB DDR Dedicated Memory)
    hard: 1TB

    2- http://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/LENOVO-Z580-M81J3UK_1296623.html

    Intel® Core™ i7-3520M Dual Core (2.9 GHz, Intel Ivy Bridge Architecture, 6 4B L3 cache, Features Intel Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz)
    Graphics Integrated (Intel® HD 4000 Graphics with 128MB Memory)

    Why the second one is dual core but it is up to 3.6GHZ which is higher than the first one?

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      Stepping back a bit, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 isn’t really a good option to begin with, because it’s using a 15.6″ 1366×768 display. 1366×768 resolution in a 15.6″ display makes things onscreen rather large, the resolution itself doesn’t let you fit much onscreen, and almost all LCD panels made for laptops that are 15.6″ with 1366×768 resolution are low-grade LCD panels that deliver grayish blacks and an overall washed-out picture due to poor contrast. Displays like that are a problem plaguing a number of today’s laptops, and are something to avoid.

      Before you start worrying about what type of processor you’re getting and whatnot, you want to address this issue, as it’s much more central to your user experience. The CPUs you’ll find with most laptops are plenty for most people (despite that marketing tends to enforce the notion that it’s a keystone defining aspect of how good your computer is, or whatever), whereas the display in this laptop is pretty bad. You want to make a point to improve upon something that’s pretty bad, before you start trying to improve upon something else that’s already pretty good.

      Since you’re looking at the GPU, I’m going to assume you’re at least somewhat interested in gaming.


      If you want to hit the low end of your budget, and still get something that gets you a better GPU (for gaming) and a better display, at the same time, there’s the Thinkpad Edge E531 like so:

      **Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E531** (NVIDIA GT 740M GK208, 15.6″ 1920×1080 display w/ matte finish & good contrast) – **£528+**
      – Configuration Page: http://shop.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/edge-series/e531/
      – Start out with the cheaper of the two bases, the £414 one.
      – First, click open the tab for the Display, and select the upgraded “FHD” (Full HD, 1920×1080) option. There are two FHD options, and the color difference is only the color of the lid of the laptop. Don’t buy the laptop without this.
      – Then, open up the Graphics tab, and select the Nvidia N14P-GV2+. That’s the NVIDIA GT 740M/GK208.

      Compared to the laptops you’re looking at, this E531 does better in what /matters/. You should be able to expect overall better game performance due to the more powerful GPU, and you get a significantly better display (both in terms of how much you can fit onscreen due to resolution itself, and in terms of picture quality)


      Another option would be the PCSpecialist Cosmos II:
      – First, select the upgraded 1920×1080 display. Both of the offered 1920×1080 options are good, just avoid the stock 1366×768 option.
      – CPU: It’s hard to get a good idea on what to pick here, but odds are with the i3-4000M and up you should be safe. I’d go with either that, or the i5-4200M. Any higher and you’d be in a price range where you’d be better off getting a different laptop that has a better GPU instead of a better CPU.
      – RAM: Your best value will probably come from ordering with 4GB (1x4GB) then, if you need more than that, buying an extra 4GB module after-market.
      – Hard Disk: I’d go with the 500GB 7200RPM, 750GB 7200RPM, or 1TB 5400RPM.

      I believe the PCSPecialist Cosmos is using a better version of the GT 740M than the Edge E531


      Another laptop that comes with what’s presumably the better version of the GT 740M is the MSI CX61 here:


      Note that I’m recommending this specific model, as this model comes with the 1920×1080 display. Avoid 1366×768-display-equipped models.


      More questions? Check out http://reddit.com/r/SuggestALaptop/ or http://forum.notebookreview.com/what-notebook-should-i-buy/ . Both sites are better for this type of thing than Yahoo Answers: Laptops and Notebooks.

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    Any Advice Before Moving To LA.? I’m from a pretty small city. What can I expect from moving to LA? (Weather, traffic, cost of living) any advice will help.

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      Don’t listen to Blake. He doesn’t live here, and has no idea what he’s talking about. He keeps posting the same question over and over about moving here.

      Most people who ask this question are unprepared, unrealistic, with no money, no experience, no skills, and no plan. Simply moving here without a plan is a bad idea. Failing to plan is the same as planning to fail. When you move here, your problems tend to follow you. So being bored, broke, and unemployed in LA is very similar to being bored, broke and unemployed where you live. Only the weather is nicer.

      If you are from outside the US, even from Canada, you will need to get a work visa to live here (unless you are independently wealthy). You either have to have a sponsor, or win the green card lottery. Both those situations are rare in the extreme. http://www.ehow.com/how_4845246_legally-immigrate-america.html

      You need a plan: First item on the agenda is rent. A decent 1BR apartment in LA currently goes for $1200, give or take. Nicer areas and areas closer to the beach are much higher. Don’t expect to move to Santa Monica and get an apartment on the beach for that much. Or Toluca Lake, or Beverly Hills. Unlike many metro areas, LA is unique in that it extends for nearly 100 miles in every direction. There are no open spaces between towns. So the price tends to stay high until you are 70-100 miles from Los Angeles.

      Next, you will need a car. Los Angeles is VERY spread out, and train service is extremely limited. If you don’t have a car, you will have to take a bus, which takes 3 times longer to get anywhere than a car.

      All told, it generally takes about $3,000 per month to live here. If you don’t have a job that pays that much or skills that can get you that kind of job, stay where you are. If you are unskilled and work for minimum wage (or for tips like bartending or waiting tables), you’ll only make about $1200 per month.

      And speaking of jobs, they are rather hard to come by now. College grads seeking employment are having a very tough time of it right now, since the job market is flooded with experienced people who were laid off. Unemployment is over 12% right now. Not exactly the kind of job market you want to move into.

      Finally, you will need money. Landlords want first month’s rent and a security deposit up front. You’ll need money for food, transportation, utilities, etc. The consensus in this forum is that you need about $10,000 to start out.

      So there’s your plan. And please don’t tell us that you have dreams of being an actor or singer. That sets off another alarm. We already have a million (literally) wannabe actors in this town. Don’t even get me started. The case of Satara Stratton is so common, it doesn’t even count as news: http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/hollywood_wrap&id=8583293
      Before you think about moving here, take a GOOD look at that face. It could be yours.

      Do some research on these sites to see about safety vs. price:

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