Instagram app starts with advertisement

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By Rob Style | Dublin, Ireland
Instagram image official blogThe technology app bought by Facebook in mid-2012 has moved to make money through photo sharing service by inserting advertisements. Instagram began displaying ads last weekend from the smartphone photo sharing service it bought in a billion-dollar deal last year.

The first ad to pop up was a sponsored photo of a Michael Kors ladies’ watch, artfully displayed on a table set elegantly for coffee and biscuits according to article published a few days ago.

Instagram has about 150 million active users and it is opening roster of advertisers included Adidas, Lexus, PayPal, Burberry and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. The world’s leading online social network reported profit of $425 million in the quarter that ended on September 30, compared with a loss a year earlier.

The potential for Instagram, which Facebook ultimately purchased for a little over $700 million in cash and stock, is huge, notes Citi analyst Mark May, who rates Facebook “buy” with a $57 price target. He ultimately believes Facebook could be worth $70, with advertising from Instagram account for $3 per share according to

Depending on U.S. company, “our focus with every product we build is to make Instagram a place where people come to connect and be inspired. Building Instagram as a business will help us better serve the global—and ever growing—Instagram community, while maintaining the simplicity you know and love”

The simple is smart: Aldi

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By Roberto García | Madrid

We are living into a world dominated by global brands. To make decisions, it is necessary risk in doubt and most times simpiclity stand out amid the confusion. The simply inspires deeper trust and great loyalty in customers and clear the way to innovation for employees. See the oportunities and realize your organization’s true potencial.

What’s different about workplace where people find promoting innovation simplest compared to the ones where people find most complex and what kind of innovation do consumers feel make their lives the most simple?

According to The Global Brand Simplicity Index 2013, the answer to both questions is all comes down to purpose. Companies with employees who both understand and are committed to their organization’s purpose find innovations are the ones consumers say contribute most to making their lives simpler.

Aldi has been chosen #1 global brand, European-based discount supermarket retailer ALDI continues to enjoy extraordinary success. This brand has 9,000 stores worldwide. Alid has made the most of its good value for the money reputation for shoppers just looking to spend less.

The New Tech Times – Pilot post

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The is an international website to shape the news agenda around the world focused on new developments technology provides to the needs of the human being.

This website attemps to answer the many questions that lie ahead in the coming years due to phenomena such us Globalization, new capitalism, digital economy, population aging, emerging countries, new scientific discoveries, engineering, european economic crisis and many more.

In the beginning, this is a non profit organization based on Internet. Not have a fixed location and anyone can participate upon request. Everything depends on the development of this innovative project and user’s acceptance.


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