What is the difference between PR, Marketing & Sales? After asking this very simple question to thousands of people, I KNOW that if you look at this question for real you will have to admit you are not sure. The field of PR, Marketing and Sales has so many “experts” - yet most companies seem to have that as their major problem. PR and Marketing is so important to any business that often businesses fail just because they don’t understand these very simple fields. If they knew, if you knew, then any idea could be lifted off the ground – and it would be clear whether or not it will have success even before you start! Nonetheless, it is clear that all too often something is not known in these fields. We remedy that. This seminar will teach you: * How to create a product that your clients will pay any amount of money to have. * How to communicate your ideas effectively. * How to create an endless pull from your clients with no effort. * Why promotion fails. * How much money you should spend on marketing. * How to promote when you have no money. * Why companies like Apple & Coke are so successful. * How you can know in advance whether or not your marketing campaign will work. * And countless other practical tools… This seminar will change your concept of PR and Marketing forever. You will have a totally new viewpoint on the subject - but more importantly, you will know you can get results from marketing and you will not spend your money on useless marketing companies or marketing campaigns. In fact, just the amount of marketing money this seminar saves you will pay for itself countless times over. A major component of the seminar is the “Surveys” section. You will learn that most marketing problems stem from failure to CORRECTLY execute and evaluate surveys. It is not that people do not do surveys – they do - but they do not know HOW to do it correctly. Ever filled out a survey for a place you go to often only to find, some time later, that there has been zero improvement in the area despite the many times you answered their survey? They simply don’t know how to survey – guaranteed. If you want to succeed, you need to be able to create PR and Marketing – that is a fact. If you want to know how to create PR and Marketing campaigns, or even get someone else to create them for you, you need to have this knowledge or you will waste time and money – and that is a fact.
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I would love to receive a Dell Chromebook 13 for review on my Youtube Channel and Site: Chrome Unboxed
After a brief discussion with customer service, I was directed here to make a suggestion about providing Chrome Unboxed with a review unit of the upcoming Dell Chromebook 13. For almost 2 years, I have been reviewing exclusively Chrome OS equipment. My channel has 7000 subscribers and almost 1,000,000 views. As a very affordable advertising method, allowing me to review one of the Chromebook 13's would give you tons of exposure for very little investment. My viewers are all very, very interested in Chrombooks and the interest in this device is very high. I hope this request makes it into the right hands and I hope to hear back soon! Thanks for your consideration!
Using an external mouse places the cursor control on the right side of the laptop. Using a touchpad places the cursor at the centre of the laptop.Why not have the touchpad move to the right side of the laptop, beneath the direction keys, rather than centered beneath the space bar?Pros of right touchpad: functional; palm wouldn't accidentally touched it when using keyboard; shortcut keys are mostly located on the left side of the keyboard; a cursor-keyboard collaboration is easier i.e. after selecting things using cursor and needed to followed by an "enter" or such commands, user just have to slide the hand up.This idea is mainly for laptop with no need for CD-rom. I am using a Dell 5447 and thought it would be nice to see the touchpad on the right side of laptop, which with that, I would probably omit bringing an external mouse altogether, and am sure it applies to lots of similar users, and probably high functionality for designers, etc.
Dell is known for making poor quality computers. Dell should try to rectify this. One way to do that is to offer people money for failed out-of-warranty equipment so that your engineers can study why it failed and hopefully prevent failures in new models. If failures in the field go down, people will be more inclined to purchase Dell computers.
Dell should put together a team of developers to implement support for its hardware in CoreBoot so that it can be shipped on all of Dell's new hardware. If Dell could make it blob-free and updateable from a Linux-based USB key (such that regular distributions could update it), that would be even better. It would be a good idea to install a physical hardware jumper to allow/disallow flashes for security. If Dell does this, it could offer people s product no other major OEM offers (one whose security could be audited at the firmware level). It would be a significant differentiator at a time when people are particularly privacy conscious.
You should not have to hunt for a Linux option on the website. It should be offered on all systems that ship with Windows.
Illuminating keyboards:Using LED's under keys will help users to use it in the absence of light along with the option of keyboard lights on or off. Or Luminescent materials such as phosphors can be used to print the letters on the keys, any way this has its own advantage and disadvantage. (OR) Laptops can be built-in with flash lights that would help to find the keys in absence of light.
Hi Dell. I recently accquired a new Inspiron and it's outside rubber finishing is already screachead and it had lost the painting on the corners (as if it was burned or rusty). I would recommend I more resistent and durable finisihing for these laptops. cheers!
My idea would be to have the Premier support team add a link to the order status page or some option to reorder consumables purchased in the past.I find myself taking a lot of time having to locate the same item again, just to reorder it. 5-6 clicks to get to the toner I need. What a great way to go to my "orders list" find the toner I ordered a few weeks ago and click on a link that says, "Order again"I shop on Amazon all the time and they have the same feature. I love it!! So why not have it at Dell also?
Before Cloud Computing we have to know what is cloud. The term Cloud refers to Internet or a network.In other words, we can tell that Cloud is something which is present at remote location. Cloud can provide services over network, which is on public or on private networks, that is, WAN, LAN or VPN.