People Treat Facebook As An Authentic Part Of Their Lives

The best way to optimise your own advertising strategy is to see how others have used Facebook Adverts as an effective marketing solution. Whether it’s a product, event, local business or service, these advertisers have had success in: Using our targeting to reach their exact audience Developing efficient, cost-effective strategies to maximise their budgets Building a community of supporters and customers Successful targeting People treat Facebook as an authentic part of their lives, so you can be sure you are connecting with real people with real interest in your products. Facebook Adverts provided CM Photographic with the ability to target its exact demographic: 24-30-year-old women whose relationship status on Facebook indicated that they were engaged. Over 12 months, CM Photographics generated nearly $40,000 in revenue directly from a $600 advertising investment on Facebook. Of the Facebook users who were directed to CM Photographics’ website from the adverts, 60% became qualified leads and actively expressed interest in more information. Increased ROI Facebook Adverts makes it easy and cost-effective to quickly set up and manage your campaign. G5 found success setting up a series of Facebook Advert campaigns for StorQuest self-service storage facilities targeted towards university students at 21 campuses prior to the summer break. Real-time suggested bids for our auction-based system provided guidance that enabled G5 to hone advert effectiveness based on their various targeting filters (age, university level and location). The results from StorQuest’s Facebook advert campaign were one of their highest performing online advertising efforts: Over 50% increase in total rentals versus prior year at the same store. 10% conversion rate from visits originating from Facebook Adverts. On par with Google AdWords on a cost-per-lead and cost-per-customer basis. $1.25 CPC delivered $10.25 cost-per-lead. $100 average rentals; $600 average life time value per customer. Facebook pages and adverts When you advertiseFacebook Pages or Facebook…

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Over The Last Few Years, The Interest For Connecting Computers And Computer Supported Devices To Wireless Networks Has Steadily Increased

ABSTRACT lwIP is an implementation of the TCP/IP protocol stack. The focus of the lwIP stack is to reduce memory usage and code size, making lwIP suitable for use in small clients with very limited resources such as embedded systems. In order to reduce processing and memory demands, lwIP uses a tailor made API that does not require any data copying. This report describes the design and implementation of lwIP. The algorithms and data structures used both in the protocol implementations and in the sub systems such as the memory and buffer management systems are described. INTRODUCTON Over the last few years, the interest for connecting computers and computer supported devices to wireless networks has steadily increased. Computers are becoming more and more seamlessly integrated with everyday equipment and prices are dropping. At the same time wireless networking technologies, such as Bluetooth [HNI+98] and IEEE 802.11b WLAN [BIG+97], are emerging. This gives rise to many new fascinating scenarios in areas such as health care, safety and security, transportation, and processing industry. Small devices such as sensors can be connected to an existing network infrastructure such as the global Internet, and monitored from anywhere. The Internet technology has proven itself °exible enough to incorporate the changing network environments of the past few decades. While originally developed for low speed networks such as the ARPANET, the Internet technology today runs over a large spectrum of link technologies with vastly di®erent characteristics in terms of bandwidth and bit error rate. It is highly advantageous to use the existing Internet technology in the wireless networks of tomorrow since a large amount of applications using the Internet technology have been developed. Also, the large connectivity of the global Internet is a strong incentive. Since small devices such as sensors are often required to be physically…

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New Strategy Mutual Funds Turn Focus On Retail Investors

New strategy: Mutual funds turn focus on retail investors Madhu T, TNN, Jan 27, 2010, 12.24am IST MUMBAI: The Mutual fund industry is passing through testing times, with assets dwindling owing to withdrawals by banks and investors showing little faith in the long-term prospects of MFs. Fund houses are now going back to the basics: serving individual investors rather than chasing banks and companies for showing impressive figures of assets under management, something that the Securities and Exchange Board of India has been advocating. Birla Sun Life Mutual Fund CEO A Balasubramanian said investors have to be educated about the need for “proper financial planning for long-term prospects and that they don’t have a better vehicle than mutual funds to achieve it”. “We also have to tell them that they should consider equity for long-term goals,” he said, adding that getting individual investors to understand this tenet is the only way forward for the MF industry. “Many mutual funds are working hard at it,” he said. A senior fund manager, who didn’t want to be named, said: “If the regulator is going to stop banks and companies from investing in MFs in a big way, the only way out is serving individual investors.” The MF industry has been facing the heat ever since the market watchdog abolished the entry load from August 1. This has effectively taken the incentive away from agents to sell MF products, fund houses feel. “The energy is missing. The push factor is not there anymore,” laments Balasubramanian. Many fund houses say distributors have started marketing unit-linked insurance plans (Ulips) instead of MF schemes as Ulips offer better commission to agents. The attitude of retail investors is also not inspiring much confidence among fund managers. Since August, investors have been pulling out money from equity schemes….

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY A PROJECT REPORT ON ETHICS AND PERSONAL CODE OF ETHICS (“SUBMISSION OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES”) SUBMITTED TO : MR.A.SRINIVASA RAO FMS DEPARTMENT SUBMITTED BY : DAZY RANI (06) SEMESTER-3 DEPARTMENT OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS Whenever we act, our actions are evaluated; whether we are doing a right kind of action or wrong. In our family, educational institutions, business organizations and in the society (taking all in to consideration) we follow certain rule and regulations which guide our actions. Those rules, regulation and principles are popularly called as “ethics”. Many people tend to equate ethics with their feelings. But being ethical is clearly not a matter of following one’s feelings. A person following his or her feelings may recoil from doing what is right. In fact, feelings frequently deviate from what is ethical. One shouldn’t identify ethics with religion. Most religions advocate high ethical standards. Yet if ethics were confined to religion, then ethics would apply only to religious people. But ethics applies as much to the behavior of the atheist as to that of the saint. Religion can set high ethical standards and can provide intense motivation for ethical behavior. Ethics, however, cannot be confined to religion nor is it the same as religion. Being Ethical is also not the same as following the law. The law often incorporates ethical standards to which most citizens subscribe. But laws, like feelings, can deviate from what is ethical. Finally, being ethical is not the same as doing “whatever society accepts.” In any society, most people accept standards that are, in fact, ethical. But standards of behavior in society can deviate from what is ethical. An entire society can become ethically corrupt. WHAT ETHICS STAND FOR :- Human being is a social animal. Though rules of nature…

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