Monthly Archives: November 2015

FreedomPop Has a Special Offer

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FreedomPop, the innovative free mobile phone service company, is getting in on the Black Friday frenzy. Through late November new customers get a Motorola E smartphone for $40, a $190 discount. Or they can choose a Samsung Galaxy 54 smartphone for $100, a discount of $350 dollars. These are refurbished models, yet they include support for LTE services. The offer also includes a free month of unlimited text messages. voice calling, and one GB of cell data. After the first month free customers will revert to Freedom Pop’s standard plan of free 500 text messages, 500 MB of cell data, and 500 calling minutes.

FreedomPop is a company on the rise. Earlier in the month they announced a undisclosed amount of funding from Intel Capital. They plan on using the new infusion of funds to expand its smartphone product line. Earlier in the summer telecom player Axiata Group threw in $10 million. Axiata Group services in excess of 230 million customers in Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Singapore, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka. FreedomPop hopes its funding and alliances will make it possible from them to offer free mobile phone service to millions of customers.

FreedomPop is in the mode to change its partnership model from a wholesale arrangement with U.S company Sprint, to something like a strategic commercial partnership. In June FreedomPop earned $30 million in series B funding from a brand new investor, Partech Ventures, and previous investors DCM Capital and Mangrove Capital. FreedomPop has been taking on investors in lieu of selling the company. But CEO Stephen Stokois would not completely rule out the possibility. About the situation he had this to say:
“Following on accelerated growth and our pending global expansion, we are confident we will create massive value within the next 12 to 24 months at which point we could revisit exit options.”

Online Reputation Management: How to Cope with Google

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Dr. Ben Carson is an unusually prominent person involved in the incredibly public business of running for president. Were you to Google him, you would find substantial negative content about him. But Google can lead its users to negative information about a lot of people.

Such people would be well advised to become acquainted with Darius Fisher. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, Fisher majored in Economics. He was the President of the Vanderbilt Investment Club.

Subsequently, Darius Fisher created several successful companies. The most recent and prominent of these is Status Labs. This firm currently has thousands of clients in over 30 countries.

Status Labs specializes in the management of online reputations. Fisher himself is especially knowledgeable about dealing with Google, which handles 3 billion searches daily. If any of the information revealed by such searches is unflattering, it could obviously do serious and widespread damage to reputations.

Fisher’s first piece of advice to people facing such a problem is to Google themselves. However, uninformed searches will produce results reflecting your idiosyncratic past search patterns. To see what most people see if they Google someone’s name, the search needs to be made from a logged out browser with the cache and search histories cleared.

If such searches lead to negative content on your Facebook page, (for example) you can simply remove it. Or, you can at least change the privacy settings to hide it from the general public.

If, on the other hand, the negative information is published in public sources or other people’s Facebook pages, it may be impossible to remove. New content may need to be generated, according to Fisher. “By creating new content, you give Google’s algorithm new, relevant content about you,” according to Fisher, “that will rank highly in a search.” Also, online photos beyond your control might be removed if you contact the relevant website administrators. If they don’t cooperate, legal action might be necessary and effective.

Once unflattering material has been eliminated, then Fisher recommends strategies to keep your online profile positive. Your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages should be fed a steady, even daily stream of favorable content. In addition, data brokers like PeopleSmart, Spokeo, and Whitespages can be prevented from creating problematic online profiles, if you know what you are doing, or hire companies to assist with this task.

Dr. Jennifer Walden Makes Sure To Do Great Work

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Dr. Jennifer Walden started out her cosmetic surgery practice in New York City and it did very well there. People came to her wanting her to take care of them because of the good work that she did, but eventually there came a time when she felt that a move was necessary. She loved that her business was doing so well in the city, but she felt the need to take it and move it across the country for the sake of her twin boys.
She moved to Austin, Texas and set up her practice there. Some might have believed that to be a mistake, and some might have doubted her ability to achieve just as much success while living in the new place, but Dr. Jennifer Walden has been able to do quite well. Her practice is booming, as people still see her as someone who knows what she is doing and who will do good work on them. She is a beauty surgeon who puts her all into the work that she does for each of her clients, and that is something that has people trusting in her.
There are many cosmetic surgeons out there who do not put half the effort into their work as Dr. Jennifer Walden does into her practice, and that is why they do not succeed as well as this woman. Dr. Jennifer Walden has been able to do well in her practice all along. She’s done great things in New York City, and she has continued to do well in Austin, Texas. She can feel proud of herself for putting so much of herself into the work, and for leaving every one of her clients feeling better about themselves than they did when they first came to her. The work she does is great, and she makes sure of that.