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Marketing information company ACNielsen reports continued growth in organic products. According to an analysis by the institute, retailers sold 40 percent more organic products last year. Compared to 2005, sales have even doubled. According to the report, this development applies almost in parallel to sales. Compared to the previous year, sales of organic products increased by more than a third, compared to 2005 by almost half. The discounters, including Aldi, once again proved to be growth drivers. The sales shares of organic products in the respective product group have also developed positively, albeit with strong fluctuations between the product groups:…

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From: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2008 10:06 AM To: Thunig, Christian Subject: TNS Infratest press release – Consumers favor the Internet as a source of information in the purchasing decision-making process Consumers favor the Internet as a source of information in the purchasing decision-making process Munich / Bielefeld, September 17, 2008 – For consumers with an Internet connection the internet is the number one source of information when booking a holiday or From: [email protected] Sent: Wednesday 17 September 2008 10:06 am To: Thunig, Christian Subject: TNS Infratest press release – Consumers favor the Internet as a source of information…

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This is not the first time that various companies make fun of devices or solutions used by major competitors on the market. There could be hundreds of such aggressive marketing cases. Armored guns against Apple have recently been brought by Samsung, promoting its latest devices from the Galaxy series, and Microsoft has been following it for some time. The latest advertising video by the Redmond-based company points out the flaws of iMac and promotes Windows 8 compatible with touchscreens. The material is part of the “Honestly” campaign. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3Pm_hecE1o&feature=player_embedded Considering that the previous ads did not become a contribution to the…

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“A decisive election result, an emotional, hopeful people, an elegant loser, and a devout winner who remained true to himself even in the hour of his triumph,” is how our US correspondent describes the situation after the US election. Marketing guru Al Ries even declared November 4, 2008 “the greatest day in the entire history of marketing”. The justification in the magazine Advertising Age: Right at the beginning of the election campaign, Obama declared the turn to his election platform. He then held this position consistently for two years, clearly distinguishing himself from powerful competitors such as Hillary and McCain.…

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Everyone knows YouTube is huge, being one of the top three traffic-based websites, but how does that translate to money? Well, according to financial reports and Music Business Worldwide, it’s a staggering amount. Recently, it was revealed that Alphabet, Google’s parent company, made more than $ 61 billion in revenue in the second quarter of 2021, but how much of that comes from YouTube? Well, according to financial reports, at the end of June 2021, YouTube generated just over $ 7 billion in ad revenue in the second quarter. If you break down this number, that’s more than $ 3…

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It was back in October 2014 when we wrote that Apple SIM was the prelude to a great change in the world of telephony. And while Facebook predicts a future without phone numbers, it’s also starting to talk about Microsoft SIM. But it is not yet clear what it is. Let’s do some order: an application called Cellular Data, from the description of which it is understood that it will serve to provide LTE connectivity by relying on the networks of different operators. The description then specifies that in order to use it you need a Windows 10 device (and…

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Today Apple has a good catalog of products that satisfy the majority of users, from the iPhone itself, through iPods, iPad, Macs, Apple TV or Apple Watch smart watches. In addition to all these devices, the company with the bitten apple is increasingly involved in multimedia content services, either with streaming audio or even video applications with the new series that will premiere shortly. All this means that Apple is taking over the global ecosystem of some users, who already have “everything from Apple” and that is why a possible speaker with the Siri assistant would be the next step.…

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Since there were rumors full of positive content circulating around the subject of Apple TV, something sparked, giving hope for a second, better life for this device. Left aside, it has become the subject of much speculation. Initially, no bright future was forecasted for the TV set-top box, predicting its imminent twilight, i.e. a complete lack of support and withdrawal from the offer. For some time, however, there have been voices that it will get a new face and a second chance to win the hearts of users. A simple multimedia player is to transform into a small home entertainment…

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At the end of the year, new dot endings, so-called generic top level domains (gTLDs), should be available as Internet addresses. Endings like .google or .berlin are then conceivable. What are the chances? Where are the risks? by Dieter Wichmann, Sales Manager Central Europe at Markmonitor If the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has its way, 2009 will finally be good, which has been around for a long time. The organization that coordinates the global Internet address system plans to introduce additional generic top level domains (TLD) this year after years of discussion. TLDs denote the letters…

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Twitter is making some minor changes to how direct messages work. The biggest change? Less chance of accidental group chats when you want to send the same message to more than one person. You can now send the same message to up to 20 people, in a new DM dialog that clearly says “Send message separately”. Nice, no more confusing group chats when you accidentally tease groups of friends that you don’t want to talk to each other. That’s coming to iOS and the web right now, and Android is coming “soon.” No more accidental (awkward) group chats when tweeting…

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