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Miguel Rodriguez
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The meaning of life is to find out the meaning of life
The meaning of life is to find out the meaning of life

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Looking forward to what Amy will come up with!
Amy Brandon - Concert in the 21st Century Residency

Artist Amy Brandon is exploring artistic expression in AR and VR, and we are happy that she is looking into using Weavr's platform for her next project

#AR #VR 

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What do you write on your mail autoresponder when you are away? Check these ideas!

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Philip is one of the best sales guys I've met in the last years. Worth reading his advice!


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After 3 months of hard work we launched our VR solution. We hope to become the Wordpress from Virtual Reality
Second Goldbach Digital Media Accelerator program completed

Küsnacht - Within the scope of the cooperation between the Swiss Start Up Factory and the Goldbach Group AG, the three winners start-ups in a pitch presented themselves to potential investors and partners on the demo day of yesterday

Picture below: Mike Baur, co-founder & CEO Swiss Start Up Factory, Martin Radelfinger, Business Development & Innovation Goldbach Group, Miguel Rodriguez, CEO & Founder WeaVR and his team: Glenn Moris, Enrique Robledo (from left). (Photo: Goldbach)

#Digital #VR #Startups 

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Any ideas for +martin shervington ?
If you had a 360 camera for the week, what would you do with it?

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Ever wanted to change your surroundings with a finger snap? Check http://immerse.sit

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Interested in getting noticed when people use google maps? Check this helpful guide by +martin shervington
Google My Business (TIPS and STORIES)
The way to gain more traction when people are searching for you using Google Search and Maps.

Building a business can be a marathon, but my adding Google My Business as part of your regime, you have even more of a fighting chance. As such, for #SmallBizGames I thought you would like some hints, tips and anecdotes to get you even better success.

Let’s begin…

The starting line:
The first thing to do is to pop over to www.google.com/business and see whether you already have your business listing created.
If you do, you will want to claim it (if not done already) - you will see a ‘Claim this business’ button.
If not, you can follow the process of setting one up by adding your address, and the category of business.
Quick story: I’ve advised thousands of small businesses owner over the years and I am still surprised when I find smart business owners who still haven’t claimed their listing.
Recently, I was with one client who had almost 100 reviews, and still hadn’t claimed their listing. It just takes a ‘click’ to get moving, and to unlock the ability to really be in control of the information people want to see.
Action step: claim your listing today, or get one set up.
Once you’ve done that you are over the line and ready to consider your...

The Race Times:
25% businesses have seasonal opening hours, but only 1% change their listings.
(Source: https://goo.gl/pU805F)
With 52% of people looking for opening hours on Google, this is bound to mean some businesses will be giving out-of-date information.

Action step: visit www.google.com/business and check on your times of opening, making updates whenever there is a change.

Engage Your Spectators
Every picture you have displayed tells a story about who you are and what you do.
By making them the most impactful when people see your listing, you are much more likely to engage their minds.
Now you can add things like Team Photos, Food Photos, and Menu Photos when relevant.
Also think about adding in a virtual tour - like a 360 photo - as they really help people feel they know you and your business before they arrive.

Quick story: I’ve been adding pictures to literally hundreds of businesses around the world - with curry houses being one of my favourite places to eat. The 3 Mughals in South Wales have already scored over 30,000 views on a single picture!

Action step: visit your page, check on your images, organize them into them into the best order to tell the story you want.
Also, remember you can ask guests who visit to add their own pics using Google Maps too. Great for good community vibes.

Speed Ahead with Great Reviews
When people search for businesses like yours, they will often compare the listings based on the number and quality of reviews that are displayed.
Quick story: one client and friend in San Francisco told me that a single good review of their cosmetic dentistry business could influence tens of thousands of dollars of new business. Reviews really matter.
Action Step: check your listing and go and engage with the people who are leaving you reviews - saying thank you for the positive ones, and helping to resolve any issues that people may have expressed too.
And don’t worry if you haven’t received any reviews as yet, you can ask people to visit Google Maps and give their opinion there.

The finish line!
Now you are on the way to having a winning Google listing.
And if you want more resources, check out the videos from Google here: https://goo.gl/UM1ElN

Thanks +Google Small Business for asking me to be involved.
#SmallBizGames
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Another thought provoking article by +Gideon Rosenblatt Can corporations maximise for their customers?
A Fully Automated, Intelligent Corporation ... That Decides to Stop Sharing the Wealth It Creates with Stockholders

As corporations automate, might the artificial intelligence that runs them one day simply decide to stop distributing profits to human owners? We know the risks automation poses to wages, but what about investment income?

Welcome to the rabbit hole of an imaginary entity I call a “perfect profit machine.” It’s a corporation, fully automated all the way up to the artificial intelligence running its highest-level management decisions...

#artificialintelligence #AI #income

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Miguel Rodriguez commented on a post on Blogger.
Following your line of thought, this means that these kind of corporations will have to make sure that their customers have enough income to keep buying its products. Kind of reminds me of when Ford raised the wages of his workers to make sure they could afford a car as well.
Amazon already has a way to distribute profits with their recommending program (Where you advertise their products in your web page and get a cut if a sale is made), or with Kindle (Where you get to publish your e-book at no cost to you and get profits from the sale)
Would these corporations as a group make the universal income a reality? Aren't we already receiving an income by being able to use their products without having to pay? (skype calls, hangouts, web searches). And what about just groups of people creating riches for anyone like Wikipedia?

Great article!

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Visiting london for a Hackathon in January
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