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Promoters, This Is How You Should Use Instagram To Sell More Tickets

Instagram is without a doubt one of the strongest promotion tools on the Internet. With its easy-to-use and pleasing to the eyes interface, it is statistically the best and most used photo sharing platforms and apps in the world. As a promoter, you want to showcase your events and sell it to potential attendees — not just in your immediate market area but far beyond it also. Instagram let’s you do that. The right picture or video paired with matching captions and hashtags allow you to pick up more ticket-buyers than you could have previously reached. But are you using Instagram as a marketing tool correctly? We have prepared a few tips to let you maximize Instagram to its full potential, with the aim of hopefully raising more ticket sales. Promoters, this is how you should use Instagram to...

Papa John had a bad day – losing everything

How was your Wednesday? It was likely better than that of Papa John’s Pizza founder John Schnatter, who resigned from just about every position he still held after it emerged that he used the n-word during a [checks notes] sensitivity training session. According to a Forbes report, last month Papa John took part in a conference call with a marketing agency brought in to prevent Papa from shooting himself in the foot again, as he did in November when he claimed that NFL player protests were hurting his pizza sales and [checks notes again] “white supremacists praised Schnatter’s comments.” Papa soon stepped down as CEO and the NFL ended its sponsorship deal, but the damage was done. ADVERTISEMENT In June’s conference call, Papa was asked “how he would distance himself from racist groups onli...

Hashtags the invaluable tool for marketing

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Instagram Hashtags for Likes ” /> Instagram is a great marketing platform which ecommerce entrepreneurs can use to help grow their ecommerce businesses. It doesn’t matter whether you’re just getting started with your store, or if you’re already making thousands in revenue every month, Instagram is a valuable tool that you can use to your advantage. Instagram is a free social media platform that can be used for a variety of different functions when you’re using it for your ecommerce business. You can promote your latest products, acquire new customers, or even communicate directly with your existing ones. Instagram has reached 800 million monthly active users. This presents an ideal opportunity for businesses to market their products to a huge audienc...

Google is adding DRM to all Android apps, but it’s for the right reasons

Metadata will be added to application files when they are digitally signed and built. That’s a lot of letters to say DRM. Earlier this week, Google quietly rolled out a feature that adds a string of metadata to all APK files (that’s the file type for Android apps) when they are signed by the developer. You can’t install an application that hasn’t been signed during its final build, so that means that all apps built using the latest APK Signature Schemewill have a nice little chunk of DRM built into them. And eventually, your phone will run a version of Android that won’t be able to install apps without it. What the hell? DRM? Why? DRM is why Netflix used to only work on approved phones. But it doesn’t have to be used for evil. We can relax (for now). We ...

Cannabis Supply Shortage Coming To California

California Prepares for New Cannabis Regulations, Anticipates Supply Shortages With only 28 labs licensed to test all of the weed in the Golden State, officials expect a dearth of properly-tested pot once California’s final legalization regulations kick in on July 1st. by Zach Harris California cannabis businesses have only two weeks to bring all of their products up to final state complianceand sell off any stock of untested pot. But even after six months of preparation time, a number of Golden State ganjapreneurs are still entering the regulatory transition unprepared, leading some experts to predict a few weeks of dirt-cheap pot shop fire sales before a summer of dispensary price hikes and product shortages. When California enacted its adult-use cannabis retail market on January 1st, 20...

IHOP grilled by Burger King, Wendy’s on Twitter

IHOP grilled by Burger King, Wendy’s on Twitter over IHOb name change Burger joints and celebrities took to Twitter to roast IHOP for changing its name to ‘IHOb’ to promote its burgers. USA TODAY (Photo: IHOP) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE IHOP may be gearing up to serve a new line of burgers, but it sure wasn’t prepared for a beef on Twitter. Mixed emotions are surfacing all over Twitter after the pancake house, which is temporarily changing its name to “IHOb,” revealed that the ‘b’ stood for burgers. The chain will now be serving seven new types of hamburgers in an effort to rebrand and reach a wider audience. But other restaurant giants are pounding the patties on social media. Burger King responded by changing its logo on Twitter and Facebook ...

Jack in The Box Says Wages Are Behind the Increase in Taco Prices

Signage is displayed outside a Jack In The Box Inc. fast food restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S., on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. Jack in The Box Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on February 22. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg Taco Tuesday just got more expensive, at least for diners in the Golden State. Jack in the Box Inc. says its franchisees have hiked taco prices at some locations due to wage increases taking hold across California. The San Diego-based fast-food chain is largely concentrated there, where the minimum pay was raised to $11 an hour this year for large employers, compared with $10.50 a year ago. Tacos used to be two for 99 cents at Jack in the Box. Some menus now list two for $1.29, and a customer’s online petition is looking to reverse that. “We did a...

43% Of Millennials Plan To Quit Their Job Within 2 Years

Shutterstock Entitled. Selfish. Untested. Some of the common words that have been used to describe Millennials. A new survey from Deloitte – The 2018 Millennial Survey – says that “uneasy,” “pessimistic” and “concerned” are more accurate descriptions. Here’s what you need to know. The State of Millennials According to the survey, 43% of Millennials plan to quit their current job within two years. Only 28% plan to stay in their current role for more than five years. More Than Just A Job: How A Fast Food Gig Became A Ticket To College The survey is based on the views of 10,455 Millennials and 1,844 members of Generation Z questioned across 36 countries. Millennials included in the study were born between January 1983 and December 1994 and represent a specific group of this generation—those w...

Chase axes perk from its Sapphire Reserve card—why your issuer could do the same

Issuers are quietly scaling back some of their perks after the fanfare surrounding their cards’ release Price protection can help consumers save big, especially on pricey items. Price protection can help consumers save big, especially on pricey items. Chase’s Sapphire Reserve card just got a little less generous. Chase JPM+1.94% is no longer offering price protection as a perk on its Sapphire Reserve card, the company announced earlier this month. That perk — which allows cardholders to be reimbursed for purchases they make, if the item can be found for cheaper at a different retailer — will no longer be offered, starting Aug. 26, 2018. At least a few consumers expressed their dissatisfaction with that on Twitter. At least a few consumers expressed their dissatisfaction with that on Twitte...

‘We’re in a bind’: Ad agencies see freelancer rates rise quickly

California agencies are starting to feel stifled by a new ruling that makes it harder to classify a freelancer as a freelancer, but there’s another issue ad agencies face: rising freelancer rates. Agencies are finding that freelancers are becoming costlier as project-based work becomes the cornerstone of agency work. The rising freelancer costs can be seen across all types of agency work — from strategists to developers. Because the industry is choked of talent, some agencies have no choice but to meet freelancers at their pitch. Yet the consequences of doing so are not ideal. In some instances, it might result in agencies pushing up their own rates for clients, making them less competitive in the market. Or, because freelancers can come in to help on a variety of projects such as retainer...

Facebook and Google hit with $8.8 billion in lawsuits on day one of GDPR

On the first day of GDPR enforcement, Facebook and Google have been hit with a raft of lawsuits accusing the companies of coercing users into sharing personal data. The lawsuits, which seek to fine Facebook 3.9 billion and Google 3.7 billion euro (roughly $8.8 billion in dollars), were filed by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems, a longtime critic of the companies’ data collection practices. GDPR requires clear consent and justification for any personal data collected from users, and these guidelines have pushed companies across the internet to revise their privacy policies and collection practices. But there is still widespread uncertainty over how European regulators will treat the requirements, and many companies are still unprepared for enforcement. Both Google and Facebook have rol...

Updated Policies per GDPR

We are writing to inform you that our Privacy Policy has been updated in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law that was entirely made to protect the personal data and privacy of all European residents. We at Yes Sir Promotions LLC, and The Biznicom take privacy extremely seriously and our main goal is to make personal data processing more transparent and to show people what information is processes and why. The new rules are becoming effective starting from May 25th 2018 and in order for us to offer GDPR complaint service we have updated our Privacy Policy and Data Processing Agreement accordingly. You can check them on the following link: https://app.termly.io/document/terms-of-use-for-website/86e8f79a-2535-40d5-9e02-fb02a453fa8b

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