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Ludwig Coenen

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Jeden Tag, tausendfach... :)

It is incredible that we don't think of the things we do online in context of the offline world. 

What would retargeting, related products, retained carts, upselling and cross selling, landing page optimization etc. feel like if they happened when we shopped in the real world?

This, hilarious, video answers that question.

I hope this gives you a pause when it comes to adding "features" to your site. Some are good, many are bad and after this video you'll never forget that! :)

#optmization   #internetshoppinginreallife  

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Er kaufte sich 'nen Rucksack und reiste nach Peru. Das war sein bester Sommer.

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Abzocke im Internet-Marketing
Unglaublich, wie viele Menschen immer wieder und wieder drauf reinfallen.
Scamworld: 'Get rich quick' mutates into an unstoppable monster!

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Excellent visual demonstrations of various Google penalties and filters... and a few surprises as well.

Via +Gianluca Fiorelli on Twitter.

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Greece's visitors will face a problem as soon as they arrive:
They must choose.....THE BEACH

Do you know how many of them are the awarded beaches for 2012 on Blue flag awards 2012 ?

Follow the link

#greece #visitgreece #travel #beaches #photography
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gute idee!^^
Introducing a fun game called:

"Don't Be Anti-Social During Meals With Friends."

Everyone puts their phones in the middle of the table. Whoever cracks first by touching their phone, pays for the entire meal.

The purpose of the game was to get everyone off their phones, away from InstaGram, Facebok, Twitter, Googling, texting, etc and to encourage real interaction, real conversation. In other words, help cure the growing "Anti-Social Social Media Behavior" craziness.


1) The game starts after everyone sits down.

2) Everybody places their phone in the middle of the table.

3) The first person to touch their phone loses the game.

4) Loser of the game pays the bill for everyone's meal.

5) If the bill comes before anyone has touched their phone, everybody wins and pays for their own meal.

We had a blast. Conversation rocked. Everyone loved it.

Are You Game? Are you willing to turn the tide of anti-social behavior? What do you think?!?

Credit to Brian Perez, a California hip-hop dancer who may be the first person who tried an iteration of this game:

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happy #maythe4thbewithyou
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au backe... metakognitive Fehlurteile als Geschäftsmodell? Viel Spaß...

empfehle dazu diesen (wirklich interessanten) Artikel:,1518,822841,00.html
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