Category Archives: Social Media

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Accelerated Freedom Formula – All Access VIP Pass

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What could be better than having access to 27 Top Entrepreneurs (including me) sharing their success secrets with you so you can take your business to the next level? That’s exactly what registrants for the Accelerated Freedom Formula have experienced for the past two weeks. Did you miss out? Get your complimentary ALL ACCESS VIP Pass now For the next 7 days, all 27 interviews of the Accelerated Freedom Virtual Conference will be open and available for free.  My friend and colleague Mary Ann Robbat is making it possible for you to have complimentary access through February 8th, so get…

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Social Media Strategy: Just Add Mayo!

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I was just watching a Hellman’s commercial.  Yes, mayo…one of my favorite condiments actually. Their marketing made a big deal about their mayo being made with cage-free eggs. Which is great, right? How else would we want our thick, creamy mayo made, but with eggs from happy and healthy chickens?! But it got me thinking.  Our society often takes a natural process, automates it to make it faster and cheaper, then everyone find out, complains and wishes things were back the way they were before…even if they have to pay a little more for it. The same goes for: Fresh Fruit…

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Can We Use Social Media to Help Predict Crimes Before They Happen?

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Apparently Hitachi thinks we can. Remember the experimental “Precrime” crime-prediction department headed up by Tom Cruise as Chief John Anderton in the 2002 Move Minority Report? Well, Hitachi announced this week that it has developed a powerful and robust new technology called ‘Hitachi Visualization Predictive Crime Analytics’ that has the ability to pinpoint when and where a crime will occur By gathering data from a fire hose of multiple real-time sources, including: Historical crime statistics Proximity to schools and subways Gunshot sensors License plate readers Public transit maps Weather reports and of course Social Media Conversations the system then uses…

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