Showing posts with label small business. Show all posts
Showing posts with label small business. Show all posts

Monday, January 5, 2015

Featured Report: 7 Steps to Create a Viral Marketing Campaign




Luxury Daily

In-store cognitive apps will solve retail’s biggest challenge
Dec,26,2014
by: Alex Sbardella and Rodney Bryant
Have you ever been shopping in a retail store and known more about a product than the sales assistant? More frequently, the response to that question is a frustrating yes. According to a Motorola Solutions Shopping Study, 54 percent of all retail store associates report that shoppers are better connected to product information than they are.  Read More

Small Business Trends

7 Steps to Create a Viral Marketing Campaign
Jan,05,2015
by: Personal Branding Blog
Creating a marketing campaign that “goes viral” is the goal of every marketer. What is the secret to creating a campaign that is going to “go viral?” The answer is complicated. In fact, it’s almost impossible to predict what campaigns will go viral, and which ones will flounder. That said, there are some steps you can take to increase your chances of having your campaign go viral. If you are striving to build a viral marketing campaign, here’s how you can give your campaign the best shot. Read More


Social Media Examiner

Five Google Analytics Shortcuts to Speed Your Analysis
Jan,05,2015
by: Andy Crestodina
Are you spending too much time fiddling within Google Analytics? Do you want to streamline your analysis experience? Monitoring and reporting Google Analytics data can easily turn into a full-time job by itself, but it doesn’t have to. In this article I’ll share five Google Analytics shortcuts for setting up basic analytics, finding the most relevant reports and checking those reports regularly. Read More


The Verge

Facebook is the new AOL
Jan,04,2015
by: Nilay Patel
The '90s are back.
They’re back in fashion, they’re back in music, and they are most certainly back in technology. In a way this makes sense; the top end of the Millennial generation was just entering high school in the '90s, and now they’re in the workplace and armed with spending power, so it’s easy to appeal directly to their nostalgia. Look, here’s Salt-n-Pepa shilling for GeicoBut um, hey everybody: the '90s were a decade of excess and mistakes and excessive mistakes. The rollicking good times of the '90s ended with the dot-com collapse of the early 2000s, the memories of which continue to shape the industry today. Read More









Fund-Raising with WebDocs Network

Attention Fund-raisers
Have you tried to raise funds for your church, school, or volunteer group using the traditional fundraising methods like, bake sales, car washes, or selling products like healthcare supplements that requires you to sign up more and more members just to selling products that many of them don't want.  If the answer to this question is YES! Then what if I told you
that Your group can now raise funds for your group while creating  a healthcare plan that will help all of your members. I know that this might sound like  other plans but this one is truly different WHY? In one word Healthcare that's right Healthcare. We will show your Non-profit group how to acquire a  healthcare plan at a price that all of your members can afford.
How? By becoming a members of WebDocs Network  At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year from any computer or mobile device. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family This makes WebDocs Network  one of the ways for your Non-profit group raise funds without having to buy another
product again. Best of all when you sign up three members your WebDocs Services are FREE! To learn more about WebDocs Network and it' benefits that  can help your
Non-profit group please watch this video then visit our website and get back to the person who send you this information to get  your group started raising funds with WebDocs Network
http://youtu.be/tpneoEbDOo0
http://www.healthcareonline247.com

Monday, December 29, 2014

Featured Report:How to Dominate Social Media in the New Year


Site Pro News

How to Dominate Social Media in the New Year
Dec,29,2014
by: Tina Courtney-Brown
If you run an online business, chances are social media plays a big part in your marketing efforts. With millions logging on to various social networks every day, sites like Facebook and Twitter have become the NBCs and CBSs of today. As a marketer, you want to go where the people are, and people are flocking to social networks. This means you should be too.Yet monetizing social media as a viable marketing stream has been nightmarish for many. It’s deceptively easy to spend countless hours  sending out tweets and status updates, only to find your company is still barely holding on by a thread. Social media takes careful planning, competitive strategic thinking, and more than a little creativity. It also requires that you stay on the pulse of platforms and trends. Read More


Entrepreneur.com

4 Tips for Great Content Marketing
Dec,26,2014
by:TOM MASOTTO 
Content marketing is a vital component of any B2B marketing strategy. Savvy marketers devote time and money to developing various types of content, including white papers, webinars, tweets and blogs, which appeal to and engage their audiences. But are marketers getting the most out of their content? Not all content is created equal, so it’s up to you to determine what will deliver the most ROI. And, while each piece serves as a way to engage with a potential lead, content ROI is maximized when it is used at the optimal stage of the buyer’s journey. White papers, for example, support sales in that they provide helpful and in-depth information on a product or service to a prospect conducting initial research. They are often gated, requiring that prospects enter their name and contact information in order to access the material. This helps move prospects down the sales funnel and allows marketers to capture information they can ultimately pass on to their sales departments. Read More





Socially Stacked

5 Important Lessons: How Social Media is Like a Garden
Dec,26,2014
by: Jim Belosic 
The analogy around our office at the moment is that social media is like a garden: If you start out with a plan, tend to it, use the right tools, and periodically clear out the junk, your business will have a thriving social media presence; if you don’t, your social media efforts will wither and die—just like an untended garden. Studies back up the notion that a well-tended social media program yields great rewards, and that there’s a direct correlation between the amount of time spent on social media marketing and the benefits reaped. Here are a few stats from Social Media Examiner’s annual Social Media Marketing Industry survey (PDF) of some 3,000 marketers Read More 

Mashable

7 things people hate about your website
Dec,26,2014
by: Tom Wentworth
When you're browsing the web — whether online shopping or information-gathering — what's the one thing that drives you crazy about the sites you visit? Chances are, it's something that interrupts your user experience.Anything from a site that takes to long to load to an ill-placed advertisement can leave a sour taste in your mouth. Here's a list of the seven things people hate most about a bad website. Read More 
  







Web Docs Network


Do you Know What Telehealth Can Do For You?

The Affordable Care Act know as Obamacare is here and there will be many changes on how you can get healthcare. One of those changes will be how you will get healthcare from your doctor. Now you can go online for a doctor's and get everything from a diagnosis to  your medication all without leaving your home. It's call tele-medicine but is it as good as an in person visit?  The answer is Yes!! Studies done by iHealthbeat in 2012 70% of patients received the same or better healthcare online as they did with an in person visit. But the surprising fact about this report is cost. The average cost of an in person doctor's visit range from $75.00 to $195.00 per visit. While an online visit cost $35.00 to $50.00 per visit. 



That being said I want to introduce you to WebDocs Network. At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family visit our website at www.healthcareonline247.com and see how much Web Docs Network can save you.






Monday, December 22, 2014

Featured Report: 13 Ways to Make Your Marketing Efforts Seasonal




Site Pro News

What Your SEO Focus Should be in 2015
Dec,22,2014
by: Adrienne Erin
It’s that time of year again; time to wrap up the past year and to start focusing forward on what’s ahead. This applies not only to personal agendas and priorities, but also to your brand strategy. This means that now is the time to focus on how to take your brand to the next level in 2015. A great place to start? Preparing to revamp your SEO strategy for the New Year. One year ago, I discussed ways to rethink your SEO strategy for 2014. Now that the year is drawing to a close, where do those strategies stand? What has changed? What’s coming for 2015 that you should be aware of now?  Read More






Spundge.com

13 Ways to Make Your Marketing Efforts Seasonal
Dec,20,2014
by: Roger Forget
Do you ever tie your marketing  to the seasons? Why or why not (and if you do how doyou do  so)? The following answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. In partnership with Citi, YEC recently launched StartupCollective, a free virtual mentorship program that helps millions of entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. Read More






Web Pro News


These Are The Top Business Skills Of The Year
Dec,17,2014
by: Chris Crum
This time of year, just about every major Internet service puts out some kind of look back at 2014. The search engines reveal the top trending searches of the year. The music streaming/download services reveal the hottest tunes. The social media services reveal additional insights.Few of these services, however, reveal information as potentially useful as this one. LinkedIn has revealed the top skills that are actually resulting in people getting hired. LinkedIn is a unique service in this way, and gives us a glimpse of what businesses have been on the lookout for.  Read More



Business Insider


Mobile Advertising Is Exploding And Will Grow Much Faster Than All Other Digital Ad Categories
Dec,22,2014
by: MARK HOELZEL
Mobile is growing faster than all other digital advertising formats in the US, as advertisers begin allocating dollars to catch the eyes of a growing class of "mobile-first" users. Historically, there has been a big disparity between the amount of time people actually spend on their smartphones and tablets (significant and growing), and the amount of ad money spent on the medium (still tiny).  But BI Intelligence expects that this gap will narrow substantially, as enthusiasm grows for mobile-optimized ad formats (such as interactive rich media and native ads), as targeting improves, and more and more advertisers learn how to effectively use the platform. New data BI Intelligence finds that US mobile ad spend will top nearly $42 billion in 2018, rising by a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 43% from 2013.  Read More





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Imagine walking into a store (who is a K-Exchange member), to shop and you pull out your 1 gm, 2.5 gm, or your 5 gm Karatbar and use it pay for goods and services? They scan the barcode on the back of your card, and if there’s change do back to the buyer, they give it in US currency. This is absolutely powerful! Using GOLD to pay for goods and services. Who ever thought? Then if you want to purchase additional Karatbars, you can from the K-Exchange merchant.
If you are a small business owner, then the best idea for you is to register for your free K-exchange account Then you can accept Karatbars on-site at your company and profit on selling the gold back to Karatbars. This is wonderful for you because you get increased foot traffic at your brick-and-mortar location and you collection additional income without excessive effort.
If you are an every day customer, you can still refer a few friends and collect a modest referral income and accrue a small but growing discount on your monthly automatic gold purchase.Are you ready to fill your garage up with gold? The timing is NOW! Sign up for your FREE Gold Account Now!! at  our website at
http://keithberggren.wix.com/karatbars

Keith Berggren
Phone:773-758-0007
Fax: 773-409-9468
Email keithberggren@gmail.com
web: www.berggrenmarketing.com
http://keithberggren.wix.com/karatbars
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LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/berggrenmarketing

Friday, December 19, 2014

Featured Report: American Telemedicine Association to roll out provider accreditation program




Med City News

American Telemedicine Association to roll out provider accreditation program
Dec,15,2014
by:  
The American Telemedicine Association will soon roll out its online accreditation program for direct to consumer healthcare consultations.More details will become available next week, the association said in a brief memo on its website. The program, approved by the board recently, will accredit U.S. healthcare providers who provide “real-time, online consultations directly to the patient,” and that also meet standards that “ensure safety, security and quality” of the service.The standards were developed by leading experts and are based on best practices and federal and state regulations for the growing telemedicine field, the association said. The accreditation will last for three years. Read More






HealthData Management

Patients Want Electronic Access to Medical Records
Dec,17,2014
by: Greg Goth

In its annual survey on the use of electronic health records, Xerox found many Americans are open to getting medical records online if given instruction on how to obtain access by their medical providers, but two-thirds have yet to do so. The survey was conducted online in September by Harris Poll among 2,017 U.S. adults and found a majority of Americans (64 percent) do not currently use online patient portals. However, more than half of those who don’t use portals (57 percent) say they would be much more interested and proactive in their personal healthcare if they had online access to their medical records. Read More



Modern Healthcare


Hospital-acquired conditions mean Medicare penalties for 700-plus hospitals
Dec,18,2014
by: Maureen McKinney
 More than 700 hospitals will see their total Medicare payments docked by 1% in fiscal 2015 as part of the first year of a federal penalty program aimed at reducing preventable harm and improving patient safety. The Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program, established by the healthcare reform law, penalizes hospitals that fall within the worst-performing quartile, based on measures of adverse events occurring during hospital stays, such as pressure ulcers, pulmonary embolisms and certain types of healthcare-associated conditions. According to CMS data released Thursday, 724 hospitals were in that bottom-scoring range for 2015. Those facilities will have their payments for all hospital discharges occurring after Oct. 1, 2014, reduced by 1%. (To view individual hospital HAC scores and whether they may be subject to the 1% penalty, visit the Modern Healthcare Value-Based Purchasing/HAC database.)  Read More








iHealthBeat

Consumers' Influence on Health IT in 2015
Dec,16,2014
by: Jane Sarasohn-Kahn


Health consumers and health care providers live in parallel universes when it comes to health IT, a smart CMIO friend of mine recently told me. 2015 will be a year when consumers, patients and caregivers pressure providers to converge toward greater convenience, access, transparency and quality using health IT. This health IT forecast for 2015 focuses on the forces that could advance and slow that convergence.
Consumer-directed care gets real as people get shopping. The phrase "consumer-directed health" came into use when employers' health insurance consultants began to design plans where employees bore more financial skin-in-the-game, in the form of higher copayments for services and prescription drugs. That was over a decade ago, and consumers didn't direct their care much as the copayments didn't feel like real money to them. In 2015, most workers who get health insurance at the workplace, as well as people buying health insurance on the exchanges, will face some level of high deductible, which has begun to hit covered people hard enough to feel like real money. This is forging consumer-like behavior in the form of shopping for services first and foremost on the basis of cost, which the first year of health insurance exchange shopping behavior demonstrated. Ananalysis by Healthsparq also found that certain types of medical services can motivate shopping, with expectant mothers being some of the most frequent health care shoppers according to Healthsparq's data. It added, "With labor and delivery varying between $9,485 and $25,254 in Oregon alone, shopping can make a huge difference."  Read More



Web Docs Network


Do you Know What Telehealth Can Do For You?

The Affordable Care Act know as Obamacare is here and there will be many changes on how you can get healthcare. One of those changes will be how you will get healthcare from your doctor. Now you can go online for a doctor's and get everything from a diagnosis to  your medication all without leaving your home. It's call tele-medicine but is it as good as an in person visit?  The answer is Yes!! Studies done by iHealthbeat in 2012 70% of patients received the same or better healthcare online as they did with an in person visit. But the surprising fact about this report is cost. The average cost of an in person doctor's visit range from $75.00 to $195.00 per visit. While an online visit cost $35.00 to $50.00 per visit. 



That being said I want to introduce you to WebDocs Network. At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family visit our website at www.healthcareonline247.com and see how much Web Docs Network can save you.



Monday, December 15, 2014

Featured Report: How to Build Links and Web Content Together Successfully



Site Pro News

How to Build Links and Web Content Together Successfully
Dec,15,2014
by:  Julia Spence-McCoy

When it comes to digital marketing, techniques that are seen as separate entities often complement one another and help enhance your overall strategy. Content marketing and link building are shining examples of this effect, even though the two can involve different strategies and skills. When you are focused on creating content that knocks your audience’s socks off, you are likely not thinking twice about link building. I believe that the state of creating great content and thinking about link building is where the magic happens. And I’ll show you just why I believe that.  Read More


Mobile Marketing Watch

Marketing Industry Hyping Digital Marketing: Is It Warranted?
Dec,12,2014
by: Michael Essany

In the coming years, we are expecting to see a broad and fantastic range of new digital marketing tools that will likely make the job of the digital marketer easier and more efficient (and maybe even replace him eventually). But the analysts at 451 Research are recommending caution where so many marketers are demonstrating zeal. The truth is, they say, that very few companies actually have the infrastructure and capability to really research the information that they need to make digital marketing optimally effective.  Read More


Fast Company

THE SECRETS TO SETTING GOALS AND STAYING MOTIVATED (EVEN DURING THE HOLIDAYS)
Dec,15,2014
by:  STEPHANIE VOZZA

Between now and the new year, it’s easy for work to slip through the cracks. Holiday planning and festivities can quickly become distractions and important tasks can be forgotten. But Kris Duggan, CEO of the enterprise goal platform BetterWorks, says setting the right kinds of goals can keep you focused—today as well as in the immediate future.
"Setting goals used to be an annual task that was put in a drawer and dusted off at the end of the year," he says. "Instead of using goals as an operational tool, employees would work on what they thought was best in the moment. What they wrote down didn’t really matter."
In contrast, companies that utilize goal science create a culture of agility and propel progress, says Duggan. He shares five best practices that will take a company from chaotic to focused: Read More

Social Media Examiner 

5 Tips for Running Successful Social Media Campaigns
Sept,10,2014
by: Jim Belosic
Do you use social media campaigns to engage with your customers? Do you need tips on how to create more effective campaigns? Whether you want to build better campaigns or are ready to try your first one, there are certain pitfalls you should avoid. In this article I’ll share five tips for building and running successful social media campaigns. Read More




Web Docs Network


Do you Know What Telehealth Can Do For You?

The Affordable Care Act know as Obamacare is here and there will be many changes on how you can get healthcare. One of those changes will be how you will get healthcare from your doctor. Now you can go online for a doctor's and get everything from a diagnosis to  your medication all without leaving your home. It's call tele-medicine but is it as good as an in person visit?  The answer is Yes!! Studies done by iHealthbeat in 2012 70% of patients received the same or better healthcare online as they did with an in person visit. But the surprising fact about this report is cost. The average cost of an in person doctor's visit range from $75.00 to $195.00 per visit. While an online visit cost $35.00 to $50.00 per visit. 


That being said I want to introduce you to WebDocs Network. At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family visit our website at www.healthcareonline247.com and see how much Web Docs Network can save you.



Friday, December 12, 2014

Featured Report Pipeline RX takes telemedicine to hospital pharmacies




Modern Healthcare

Effort launched to create virtual clipboard for patient intake
Dec,10,2014
by: Joseph Conn
The thorny issue of how to automate the patient intake process came up for discussion and, hopefully, eventually a solution, thanks to a Monday meeting of roughly 40 representatives from payers, providers, health information technology vendors, health IT business associations and the federal government's Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.  “The goal is to make the first experience (going) into your GP, specialist or hospital as simple as buying a cup of coffee at Starbucks,” said Devin Jopp, president and CEO of the not-for-profit Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange, Reston, Va. His group, along with its sister not-for-profit Sullivan Institute for Healthcare Innovation, convened the meeting to “create an industry blueprint around how to automate the patient intake process,” he said. Read More 


MobiHealthNews

Kaiser: Members who use app are more adherent, satisfied, and loyal
Dec,10,2014
by:  Jonah Comstock
Kaiser Permanente now has 70 percent of its 9 million members as active users of its online and mobile offerings, according to Christine Paige, senior vice president of marketing and digital services at Kaiser Foundation Health Plan. Paige spoke about some of the lessons Kaiser has learned about the role it has to play in a customer’s life as a healthcare provider and payer.“One thing we’ve learned is that we’re not going to be in the health and wellness app business,” Paige said. “There’s a lot of people who do great work there, some who don’t do great work, but many who do, doing fitness apps and monitoring etc. And that’s really important and for some people it’s very, very powerful, it helps them get motivated to get done what they need to get done with their health. But for us, our sweet spot is in making access to the clinical part, the medical part much much easier. And that’s a complement to what people do in their own life.”  Read More 


Modern Healthcare


More online appointment scheduling needed: Accenture
Dec,09,2014
by: Darius Tahir 
The healthcare system needs to offer more online appointment scheduling to best serve patients, argues a report (PDF) from consultancy Accenture. The average time for a patient to complete an appointment on the phone at present is 8.1 minutes. They experience transfers 63% of the time, Accenture's research shows. Both metrics are below other industries' standards, the report notes.  An in-house scheduling tool can keep patients in-system, while integrating with the other parts of the patient experience, reducing check-in time and other hassles of the healthcare system, it contends.  Read More


Med City News

Pipeline RX takes telemedicine to hospital pharmacies
Dec,08,2014
by: Dan Verel
As telemedicine gains further traction in healthcare, it’s taking on increasingly diverse forms, and a San Francisco-based startup is looking to tap into what it sees as a potentially huge space: hospital pharmacies. Pipeline RX, started four years by CEO Brian Roberts, has taken the approach and combined it with an outsourcing model from the staffing industry to make the drug delivery system in hospitals more efficient by filling labor shortages with remote pharmacists. The idea, Roberts said, was inspired by teleradiolgoy, which takes medical images like CT scans and transmits them electronically to experts who can analyze and share ideas from thousands of miles away  Read More





Web Docs Network


Do you Know What Telehealth Can Do For You?

The Affordable Care Act know as Obamacare is here and there will be many changes on how you can get healthcare. One of those changes will be how you will get healthcare from your doctor. Now you can go online for a doctor's and get everything from a diagnosis to  your medication all without leaving your home. It's call tele-medicine but is it as good as an in person visit?  The answer is Yes!! Studies done by iHealthbeat in 2012 70% of patients received the same or better healthcare online as they did with an in person visit. But the surprising fact about this report is cost. The average cost of an in person doctor's visit range from $75.00 to $195.00 per visit. While an online visit cost $35.00 to $50.00 per visit. 

That being said I want to introduce you to WebDocs Network. At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family visit our website at www.healthcareonline247.com and see how much Web Docs Network can save you.



Monday, December 8, 2014

Featured Report: What You Need to Know About the Global Ad Market





Advertising Week

What You Need to Know About the Global Ad Market
Dec,08,2014
by:Bradley Johnson


The global ad market is seeing sustained, solid growth.Projected worldwide ad spending growth: 5.1% in 2014; 4.9% in 2015; 5.6% in 2016; and 5.2% in 2017. Major-media ad spending in 2014 reached a record $520 billion. U.S. spending in 2015 will break a record. Projected U.S. major-media spending next year will total $183 billion, at last topping the previous peak set in prerecession 2007. U.S. ad spending growth: 4.8% in 2014; 3.8% in 2015; 4.2% in 2016; and 3.7% in 2017.  Read More





Marketing Proofs

Three Ways to Customize Content Across Social Channels for Greater Response

Dec,08,2014
by: Keith Quesenberry


Do you create one post and push it out to all your social media channels? Have you thought about customizing that content to harness the strengths and characteristics of each channel? Consistency is important in an integrated marketing campaign, but that doesn't mean posting the same content in every social channel. In this article we will look at three examples of how to adjust campaign content to optimize response in multiple social media channels.Read more: 


Bloomberg Business Week

Google, Facebook Mobile-Ad Share Ebbing as Rivals Woo Marketers
Dec,04,2014
by: Brian Womack 


Google Inc. (GOOG:US) and Facebook Inc. (FB:US) are set to loosen their grip on the $19 billion U.S. mobile-advertising market.Ready Set Rocket LLC illustrates why. The digital agency’s customers cut ad spending on Google and Facebook by about a third this year, underlining how marketers are shifting beyond just the Internet giants, according to Alex Lirtsman, Ready Set Rocket’s co-founder. Marketers are instead turning to mobile-ad startups such as Chango Inc. and AddThis Inc., which can help target audiences more efficiently, he said. “Brands are getting smarter,” Lirtsman said. “And brands are willing to experiment.” Read More


e-Marketer

When Will the Internet of Things Become a Thing? Next Year 
Dec,03,2014
by:Staff
The internet of things (IoT) has been a topic of debate among technologists for years, but the term is only just making its way into the mainstream. In fact, a May 2014 survey conducted by Edelman Berland for GE found that 44% of business executives worldwide had never heard of the IoT. That will change in 2015, according to a new eMarketer report, “Key Digital Trends for 2015: What’s in Store—and Not in Store—for the Coming Year.”There’s little doubt the world is moving inexorably toward a more connected future, but the speed with which consumers and enterprises make the transition is still very much unclear. Read More



Give the gift of GOLD this Holiday season

The holidays are here and you are looking for that special gift to give this hoilday and don't know what to give. hen how about Gold. No, I don't mean a gold gift card that have no real gold value. I mean real gold that will increase in value making this the holiday gift that keeps on giving.  Now you might ask "Where do I get this gift".  The answer is KaratBars.   Karatbars International GmbH specializes in the sale of small 999.9 pure gold bars and gift items. We offer unique product lines, including specialty collector’s items that celebrate special moments such as the Birth of a baby, Weddings, Easter, Christmas and Birthdays. Karatbars has steadily expanded its product line by using the highest standards in the industry for gold production. Karatbars also offers a line of limited edition or privately branded collector gold cards. Collector cards, especially rare limited edition cards, will often appreciate over the market value of gold.   This makes KaratBars the perfect gift this holiday season. So don't wait go to our website and open your FREE Golda account and start giving the gift of gold this holiday season and all year around