Archive for April, 2015

I Would Not Allow One Man’s Livelihood To Become Another Man’s Gold Mine

One of the top priorities for the  Sustainable Development Goals is to ‘End Poverty In All Its Forms Everywhere’ by 2030.

There are over 7 billion people in the world, and although the proportion of people living on less than $1.25 a day has halved since the 1990s, 1.4 billion still survive on this amount a day or less.

If we are to have any form of global financial equality to end the perennial ache for the people who suffer from extreme poverty, then we need to enforce land grabbing transparency and ensure it’s mutually beneficial to the native people as well.

If I were Prime Minister… I would invest in lands and farmers to replenish existing agriculture, and not permit UK/foreign companies and private investors to land grab from the poorest countries without greatly benefitting the locals, as this hugely discourages an even distribution of global wealth.

Read more about If I Were Prime Minister via Fuzzworks UK

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The world of digital marketing can sometimes be hard to keep up with as consumer habits continue to change and technology evolves. Every year brings new trends as Google updates its algorithms and social networks become ever more sophisticated. Many of the online marketing tactics of old are no longer effective, while others can even damage your business.

Even in 2015, novice marketers still tend to place their focus on dated SEO techniques only to find out a few months later that their websites have received a manual penalty from Google. Others take completely the wrong approach to social media, seeing it as a platform that purely exists for promotion rather than building relationships with consumers.

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