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Thomas Høgenhaven
Works at Better Collective
Attended University of Copenhagen
Lives in Copenhagen
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Trying a new conference this year: Ungagged in London in May: http://bit.ly/1C40asI

Some very good sessions on site speed and automation. Also, will be interesting to see which grey hat tactics people apply these days. Usually lots of creativity here.
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A lot of people place bets without considering if they get the right odds. Not because they don't know that they should calculate if the odds are right. But because it's a slow and annoying process.

Therefore +Florent Segouin and I created a little iOS app called Betting Odds Calculator. The app will ask you who you think will win and how likely it is that your selected team will win. The app will tell you your minimum acceptable odds and show you the current odds at bet365. Based on this, the app will recommend if you should bet or not.

Read more: http://oddscalculator.co/
Itunes store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/betting-odds-calculator/id904411778?ls=1&mt=8
Betting odds calculator translates your football knowledge into odds. Check if there is value in the market and whether or not it is a good idea to place the bet that could change everything. GET THE APP LEARN MORE. Browse upcoming football matches from all over the world ...
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What is the best platform for getting users to quality rate different versions of a content piece?
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Is it possible to add multiple "Geographic targets" for subfolders in Google Webmaster Tools? So domain.com/de/ is set to geotarget Germany, while domain.com/se/ is set to geotarget Sweden? Or can there only be one?


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Any examples of this actually being put into practice with subfolders?
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Brilliant. Changing the Russian olympics logo from bear to  dog with two dots.
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If you build the same features as your competitors, you will all end up with similar products that do not do any one job very well.

~Clayton Christensen
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Beware the Seductive Startup Language
The startup literature has been blooming for the last couple of years. Most notable are books by Steve Blank, Ben Horowi…
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Here is a list of Traits of High Quality Content According to Google Quality Raters from the leaked quality raters guide: http://www.thogenhaven.com/traits-of-high-quality-content-according-to-google-quality-raters

Ads
“There are Ads, but it does not interfere with the MC on the page.”
“Ads are clearly labeled as Ads.”

Transparency
“login functionality, as well as clear information about what the user is logging into”

Usability
“The calculator is functional and easy to use.”
“The page design allows users to easily find the recipe.”
“The tabs should be considered part of the MC.”

Credibility, reputation & expertise 
“an example of everyday expertise. “
“documented her extensive experimentation “
“ Since the page is on the official… website, it is highly authoritative.”
“It’s Wikipedia article tells us…”
“ In addition to the article itself, there are many helpful references and citations to support the content.”
“This is a blog post on a newspaper which has won over 100 Pulitzer Prize awards. “
“It has a positive reputation”
“has a positive reputation, though it is not an acknowledged expert in… ”

Popularity
“The website is one of the most popular recipe websites.”
“with more than 6.5 million views (and counting)”
“some of them have user reviews”

Professionalism & Quality
“This is a high quality, professionally produced video”
Interaction & User generated content
“ There is a lot of discussion and interaction between forum members”

Time
“While the 2007 copyright date is outdated, most of the pages, including this one, have recent updates from 2014.”

Support
“detailed Customer Service information on the site”
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My 2014 World Cup prediction - Germany to win!
Think you can predict the 2014 World Cup, group by group, stage by stage? @bettingexpert is giving away €10,000 cash to anyone who can. Enter the bettingexpert World Cup Prediction Competition now!
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Clever marketing and package design by +Sony: Sony sells its waterproof mp3 player inside a bottle of water
 http://thenextweb.com/shareables/2014/02/11/sony-sells-waterproof-mp3-player-inside-bottle-water/#!vq0FG
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Love how +Eric Schmidt and +Jared Cohen write that "The United States will not take the same path of digital corporate espionage [as China]....because illicit competition violates the American sense of fair play" (The New Digital Age, 2013 p. 116).

Maybe NSA just doesn't know about this sense of fair play (http://www.cnbc.com/id/101291247). Or maybe the US and China are not so different after all. Only thing is that the US is more hypocritical about it.
Brussels reacted furiously to claims that UK and US intelligence agencies spied on the European commissioner in charge of sensitive antitrust cases.
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Everyone doing product development should read +Noah Weiss's 49 Articles and Books that will Make you a Great Product Manager.
From Horowitz to Christensen to Graham to Spolsky and more, a collection of the best articles and books from the best p…
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  • University of Copenhagen
  • Dartmouth College
  • Copenhagen Business School
  • Cornell University
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PhD Fellow at Copenhagen Business School & Chief Strategy Officer at Chrisper
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  • Better Collective
    Chief Strategy Officer, 2008 - present
  • Copenhagen Business School
    Phd Fellow, 2011 - present
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Very nice bed and breakfast neat Söderåsen. Breakfast is excellent and staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Will definitely come back and recommend.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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One of the very best cafes in Brooklyn. The cafe is superbly decorated, has friendly staff and good food and drinks. The breakfast menu on weekdays is a bit limited though. When the weather is nice it is great to sit outside and people watch. Highly recommended
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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