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jensenbreck

Member Since 14 Nov 2017
OFFLINE Last Active Jan 04 2018 02:59 AM
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You need someone who knows best practices?

04 January 2018 - 02:59 AM

Hello,

Aside from knowledge of and experience in a particular industry, employees also need to know best practices. For example, hedge fund giant BlackGold Capital Management had losses that were almost triple its initial audit report due to a misvaluation of debt holdings by valuation "experts" who deemed the processes and methodologies that they followed as "best practices". However, when losses nearly triple from from 6% to 17%, you have to wonder whether the methodologies used by those valuation experts were actually best practices for managing those energy bonds. The fact is, valuation methods for hedge funds and private equity differ greatly, so it's possible that the methods used were indeed best practices, just not for those funds. What they should've done, was hired a private equity consultant with experience managing high-yield bonds in the energy sector.Is this right information business consultancy services? I didn't get the right solution.

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It fits any brand look?

04 January 2018 - 02:58 AM

Hello,

My topic is Animated Graphics.  Specifically, how your brand looks to potential customers matters a whole lot. And when you have a meticulously designed aesthetic, certain styles of animation can clash with it and produce an inconsistent experience for viewers.  And the great thing about motions graphics is that you can make it look consistent with your visual branding pretty easily. The color scheme, the look of each element, and the flow of animation can all be tweaked and customized until your video looks and feels exactly right. Is this right information? I didn't get the right solution.

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Social media marketing?

04 January 2018 - 02:56 AM

Hello,

Increasingly, social media is the way we find out about things. Sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are the contemporary technological equivalent of word of mouth. This is where we talk to our friends and acquaintances, who may be scattered across the globe, about what's hot and what's happening. Understandably, many firms are keen to take advantage of this phenomenon, and it is increasingly seen as a crucial part of advertising and promotion.Is this right information about campaign advertising? I have gone through many related sources and also searched on the internet but didn't get the right solution.

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Thank you.
 
 
 

 


Whiteboard animation video as infographic?

04 January 2018 - 02:55 AM

Hello,

I want to know about this topic. I read many books,publication. I want to stand in this field. My topic is whiteboard animation video. Today, the hottest type of content in the digital marketing world is the infographic – a graphically-oriented image that visualizes data in new and exciting ways. But while these graphics can be useful tools for attracting new website visitors, they’re still static. This means that viewers must determine on their own how to engage with and interpret your data.Is this right information? I didn't get the right solution.
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Is it finally Parity instead of Parody?

27 November 2017 - 03:05 AM

Hello,
 
Is this the year that we will finally have an East that is balanced with the West?
In the off season it seemed like the discrepancy between East and West would only widen with some of the bigger name players moving from the East to the West. But so far in the early season that has not been the case. In fact, if you look at the data the East is currently outplaying the West.
In out of conference games the East is winning 53.8%.
 
I know, but you say the top of the West is better. Not so right now.
The current playoff teams in the East are winning out of conference games at a 67.9% rate and the West playoff teams at a 56.6% rate.
The bottom teams being tougher? Again, the out of conference rates for the bottom 8 of each conference are East 48.1% and West 42.1%
I know it is still early, but I am very surprised at how balanced this year has been, especially with the moves from the off season. Maybe the East won't be the minor league any longer.
 
 
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