The organizers of a controversial bitcoin software update are suspending their attempt to increase the block size by way of a hard fork.
Known for its strong early support from bitcoin startups and mining pools, the...
Some of the wealthiest families in Latin America now have access to a new way to invest, thanks in part to a former senior manager at consulting firm Bain & Company.
Announced today, the newly formed Crypto...
With the opening of its new cryptocurrency research lab, the People's Bank of China (PBoC) released the official address and other details about the effort this week.
According to local media, the PBoC Digital Currency Institute is...
It was a bustling, summer day in San Francisco just like any other for Jackson Palmer, a marketing manager at Adobe that a year earlier had co-created a parody cryptocurrency featuring a Shiba Inu dog meme.
Xiaomi’s revenues for the third quarter of 2019 were higher than ever at $7.63 billion, but how it got there is more interesting. The company’s IoT and Smart Home divisions were the main forces behind the growth while the Smartphone division fell slightly.
When she was just 24-years old, Ashleigh Warren quit her 9-to-5 marketing job with only 2 years experience in the industry in order to start her own freelance paid social media marketing service. She made $417,000 in personal earnings her first six months as a freelance social media marketer, and went on to scale her business to even more.Now, Ashleigh is 27-years old and manages marketing campaigns for the best of the best. She is responsible for over $30 million in revenue on Facebook and Instagram for brands. She's built multimillion dollar beauty, apparel and lifestyle brands through paid FB/IG ads, further grew preexisting multimillion-dollar ad accounts, created campaigns at a significant scale that returned a 5.05 ROI (not counting Black Friday) and even managed ads for high profile influencers such as Jake Paul, David Dobrik and The Try Guys. She’s even worked with Mike Tyson’s personal brands.
Is using social media making people unhappy? Evidence is mounting that there is a link between social media and depression. In several recent studies, teenage and young adult users who spend the most time on Instagram, Facebook and other platforms were shown to have a substantially (from 13 to 66 percent) higher rate of reported depression than those who spent the least time.
You must forgive to cleanse your heart. You can't change the past, nobody can go back in time and avoid situations that hurt us, I am sure that many of us would like to do it to fix what we did wrong and avoid the pain, but it is impossible!
Strive Masiyiwa (born 29 January 1961) is a Zimbabwean businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is the founder and executive chairman of diversified international Telecommunications, Media and Technology...
Peace Hyde is the founder of the multiple award-winning nonprofit organisation, Aim Higher Africa. The organisation is dedicated to enriching the standard of education by incorporating the use of ICT in the learning environment to build the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Almost everything in this world runs on sales. You are selling either a service or a product. For Daniel Choudry, he believes everyone can sell as long as he can get your attitude changed. His an author and calls himself a “sales warrior from East Africa” Personally he has been selling since 2007 while at the university. With background in Business Administration, majoring in marketing from Makerere University Business Institute (MUBS) and a Masters in Marketing to horn his skills in sales indeed you can tell he has no regrets.
In 2013, Adobe conducted a comprehensive research study and found that 76% of marketers believe that marketing changed more in the past 2 years than in the previous 50. Digital technologies were changing rapidly, impacting how marketers build their strategies and market to their audiences. Today, fast digital innovation has been replaced with the strategic implementation of new technologies in marketing.
As companies scale back on expensive, benefit-heavy workforce, they're increasingly turning to outside--freelance--help. If you've got expertise in the right areas, there's a good chance you can parlay it into a freelance career by sharing your knowledge and skills with a variety of clients.
Today companies need the latest data at their fingertips, without it they limit their agility and ability to maneuver potential competition, says Alasdair Parsonson, Technical Expert at Data Intelligence for Hitachi Vantara