The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubt,
while the stupid people are full of confidence.
The powerful & the stupid have one thing in common. Instead of changing their views to fit the facts, they try to change the facts to fit their view.
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In the country of Liege, their is also happy people. The proof with the chief executive officer Luc Partoune in charge of Liege Airport, a company which does not cease garnering successes. It is that the assessment presented in about fifteen years is quite simply exceptional. With more than 10 thousands of new employment and the objective to double this short-term figure.
What it takes to have the smile
One of the true characteristics of Liege Airport is to have betted from the beginning on the development of freight (cargo liner). It was besides the first European airport to have operated this strategic choice. A choice at the very least gaining since the airport inhabitant of Liège appears in the 7th European place of the airports of freight and in successful to create on the whole more than 3,000 employment in an area which needs some well.
Like always, all is not good
The medium of Belgian aeronautics is in boiling lately. The organization of Belgocontrol control in deficit shows the Walloon airports to be partly responsible about it. The airport of Brussels sees Charleroi and its 6 million passengers like a threat and all the occasions is good to attack it.It would not be better not than the Belgian aeronautical world acts in concert and sets up a strategy of common reflection. Let us recall that the largest competitors are not Belgian, it acts of Cologne, Luxembourg and Amsterdam. Many points can be to improve. For example, to register a plane in Belgium more or less takes 4 months compared with 15 days in Austria. The rates of the organizations of control could be balanced with those of our European fellow-members.
Google+ Profile : See here Luc Partoune BIO
Google is inviting 60 of the most important adwords community users. Looks like a pretty good initiative from Google as they come from all over the world to have one week of sharing knowledge, learning new techniques and having specific lessons on Google Analytics / Adwords.
Too bad i haven’t been selected for this
There will be lots of Google Adwords specialists… a dream for whom work on adwords everyday and be able to ask all your questions… finally !
I can’t wait to see what all this is going to give, I hope to get some feedback from one or another
More info : https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/User-Articles/AdWords-Communities-Global-Summit-2012-Celebrating-our-AdWords/ba-p/58950
Google panda update was done yesterday (setpembre 19th 2012) but only seems to affect 0.7% of websites.
If you don’t know what Google Panda is, you can check out :
SEOs are always afraid of google updates as it, sometimes, impact the global rankings. Never nowing what Google is preparing, SEOs better stay white hat these days…
Doing everything you can to keep the attention of prospective customers is a normal and efficient marketing strategy.
However, we need to take in account those who will be targeted those for who the world view will be distorted. On an e-commerce website, on a up-to-date news website; on a search engine, it undermines trust and removes objectivity. Like always, personalization and data collect also raises questions about confidentiality.
Consumers are usually not aware that personalization is going on around them. Every day, billions of us go online to speak about them selfs. Some of what we say is private, but much more sits in the public domain, making the Web a force like no other, providing the fabric in which communities can develop, business can be transacted, and, as events in the Middle East have demonstrated, even revolutions can be organized.
Within this, search engines play a central role, enabling us to find what we are looking for at the touch of a button. Even as I write this article, I am realizing how much I take it for granted. During my university days, I spent plenty of time scouring the library and bookshop for relevant textbooks and papers. All I have to do now is fire up my browser and head for Google.
In every technology that’s ever been invented has had its detractors, and I don’t count myself among those opposed to personalization and remarketing.