Encyclopedia Britannica become Online
Encyclopedia Britannica just announced they would stop printing the thick volumes of the Encyclopaedia Britannica and all the content would only be available online. Additionally, for a week, subscription is free.
Change is fantastic. And this change happened not purely because of the growing importance of Wikipedia, but because of the changing habits and needs of people. We can hope that Britannica will be able to keep up the highest standards and...Read Full Story
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Following working in key Public Relations positions for numerous decades, from managing the PR departments of national TV channels to handling the communication of major clients for my PR agency, I am the strongest proponent of Phrase of Mouth Conversation - Why? It merely makes sense.Crowd Conversion ReviewLet's proceed and put the assumption that 'Word of Mouth' Marketing will be the strongest form of communication into test, with your own personal experiences.How Referrals function, in...Read Full Story
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With over a billion people, 21st-century India stands on the verge of being one of the world’s newest superpowers. In the sixty years since its independence, it has transformed into a modern nation with limitless resources—yet it is also a nation of extremes. India embodies 15 official languages, over 166millionmobile phone users, and an economy that spans from traditional village farming to the cutting edge of new technology. From the snowy mountains of the Himalayas to the tropical waters...Read Full Story