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    cosmetics
  • (cosmetic) a toiletry designed to beautify the body
  • (cosmetic) serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
  • Cosmetics are substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Cosmetics include skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup, permanent waves, colored contact lenses, hair colors, hair sprays and gels,
  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
    marketing
  • the commercial processes involved in promoting and selling and distributing a product or service; "most companies have a manager in charge of marketing"
  • The action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising
  • selling: the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
  • shopping at a market; "does the weekly marketing at the supermarket"
    benefit
  • profit: derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
  • be beneficial for; "This will do you good"
  • An advantage or profit gained from something
  • A payment or gift made by an employer, the state, or an insurance company
  • financial assistance in time of need
  • A public performance or other entertainment of which the proceeds go to a particular charitable cause
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Mobile Marketing Playbook
Mobile Marketing Playbook
Is this the Year of Mobile? For over a decade this proclamation has turned out to be premature, giving marketers ample reason to be skeptical. The difference looking forward to 2011 is that this is the first time that consumer behavior and mobile platforms have reached sufficient scale for mobile to move beyond an emerging media tactic for mainstream marketers.

To help guide marketers during this exciting time of transition, we’ve published the Mobile Marketing Playbook. Our comprehensive strategic report aims to help marketers evaluate the opportunities available, determine which ones are best for their brands and develop a strategy following best practices for achieving success in mobile marketing.

Specifically, the aim of the Mobile Marketing Playbook is to help marketers:
• Work within a framework for establishing a set of clear objectives for their mobile marketing strategy
• Move beyond the checklist approach with a filter for evaluating the myriad of opportunities within mobile
• Think of ways to use mobile to merge online and offline strategies, as a hub that bridges the gap
• Encourage a dialogue about what matters in mobile now, and what’s ahead for this new and exciting medium

In addition to leveraging the insights from members of the 360i mobile marketing team, the Playbook also includes guest commentary by industry luminaries Noah Elkin (Senior Analyst at eMarketer), Mickey Alam Khan (Editor in Chief at Mobile Marketer), Valerie Brown (Director of Consumer Marketing at Bravo) and Naoki Muramatsu (VP, Digital Business Development of Dentsu Holdings USA).

Is this the Year of Mobile? For over a decade this proclamation has turned out to be premature, giving marketers ample reason to be skeptical. The difference looking forward to 2011 is that this is the first time that consumer behavior and mobile platforms have reached sufficient scale for mobile to move beyond an emerging media tactic for mainstream marketers.

To help guide marketers during this exciting time of transition, we’ve published the Mobile Marketing Playbook. Our comprehensive strategic report aims to help marketers evaluate the opportunities available, determine which ones are best for their brands and develop a strategy following best practices for achieving success in mobile marketing.

Specifically, the aim of the Mobile Marketing Playbook is to help marketers:
• Work within a framework for establishing a set of clear objectives for their mobile marketing strategy
• Move beyond the checklist approach with a filter for evaluating the myriad of opportunities within mobile
• Think of ways to use mobile to merge online and offline strategies, as a hub that bridges the gap
• Encourage a dialogue about what matters in mobile now, and what’s ahead for this new and exciting medium

In addition to leveraging the insights from members of the 360i mobile marketing team, the Playbook also includes guest commentary by industry luminaries Noah Elkin (Senior Analyst at eMarketer), Mickey Alam Khan (Editor in Chief at Mobile Marketer), Valerie Brown (Director of Consumer Marketing at Bravo) and Naoki Muramatsu (VP, Digital Business Development of Dentsu Holdings USA).

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OBAMAcare scam
OBAMAcare scam
20 WAYS OBAMACARE WILL TAKE AWAY YOUR FREEDOMS **and this is just the TIP of the ICEBERG! 1. You are young and don’t want health insurance? You are starting a small business and need to minimize expenses, and one way to do it is to forego health insurance? Tough. You have to pay $750 annually for the “privilege.” (Section 1501) 2. You are young and healthy and want to pay for insurance that reflects that status? Tough. You’ll have to pay for premiums that cover not only you, but also the guy who smokes three packs a day, drink a gallon of whiskey, eats chicken fat off the floor. That’s because insurance companies will no longer be able to underwrite on the basis of a person’s health status. (Section 2701). 3. You would like to pay less premiums by buying insurance with lifetime or annual limits on coverage? Tough. Health insurers will no longer be able offer such policies, even if that is what customers prefer. (Section 2711). 4. Think you’d like a policy that is cheaper because it doesn’t cover preventive care or requires cost-sharing for such care? Tough. Health insurers will no longer be able to offer policies that do not cover preventive services or offer them with cost-sharing, even if that’s what the customer wants. (Section 2712). 5. You are an employer and you would like to offer coverage that doesn’t allow your employers’ slacker children to stay on the policy until age 26? Tough. (Section 2714). 6. You must buy a policy that covers ambulatory patient services, emergency services, hospitalization, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance use disorder services, including behavioral health treatment; prescription drugs; rehabilitative and habilitative services and devices; laboratory services; preventive and wellness services; chronic disease management; and pediatric services, including oral and vision care. You’re a single guy without children? Tough, your policy must cover pediatric services. You’re a woman who can’t have children? Tough, your policy must cover maternity services. You’re a teetotaler? Tough, your policy must cover substance abuse treatment. (Add your own violation of personal freedom here.) (Section 1302). 7. Do you want a plan with lots of cost-sharing and low premiums? Well, the best you can do is a “Bronze plan,” which has benefits that provide benefits that are actuarially equivalent to 60% of the full actuarial value of the benefits provided under the plan. Anything lower than that, tough. (Section 1302 (d) (1) (A)) 8. You are an employer in the small-group insurance market and you’d like to offer policies with deductibles higher than $2,000 for individuals and $4,000 for families? Tough. (Section 1302 (c) (2) (A). 9. If you are a large employer (defined as at least 101 employees) and you do not want to provide health insurance to your employee, then you will pay a $750 fine per employee (It could be $2,000 to $3,000 under the reconciliation changes). Think you know how to better spend that money? Tough. (Section 1513). 10. You are an employer who offers health flexible spending arrangements and your employees want to deduct more than $2,500 from their salaries for it? Sorry, can’t do that. (Section 9005 (i)). 11. If you are a physician and you don’t want the government looking over your shoulder? Tough. The Secretary of Health and Human Services is authorized to use your claims data to issue you reports that measure the resources you use, provide information on the quality of care you provide, and compare the resources you use to those used by other physicians. Of course, this will all be just for informational purposes. It’s not like the government will ever use it to intervene in your practice and patients’ care. Of course not. (Section 3003 (i)) 12. If you are a physician and you want to own your own hospital, you must be an owner and have a “Medicare provider agreement” by Feb. 1, 2010. (Dec. 31, 2010 in the reconciliation changes.) If you didn’t have those by then, you are out of luck. (Section 6001 (i) (1) (A)) 13. If you are a physician owner and you want to expand your hospital? Well, you can’t (Section 6001 (i) (1) (B). Unless, it is located in a country where, over the last five years, population growth has been 150% of what it has been in the state (Section 6601 (i) (3) ( E)). And then you cannot increase your capacity by more than 200% (Section 6001 (i) (3) (C)). 14. You are a health insurer and you want to raise premiums to meet costs? Well, if that increase is deemed “unreasonable” by the Secretary of Health and Human Services it will be subject to review and can be denied. (Section 1003) 15. The government will extract a fee of $2.3 billion annually from the pharmaceutical industry. If you are a pharmaceutical company what you will pay depends on the ratio of the number of brand-name drugs you sell to the total number of brand-name drugs sold in the U.S. So, if you sell 10% of the brand-name drugs in the U.S., what you pay
Atos assinados por ocasião da visita da Pres. Dilma à Bulgária - IMG 4437
Atos assinados por ocasião da visita da Pres. Dilma à Bulgária -  IMG 4437
Sofia, 5 e 6 de outubro de 2011 (English version available after the version in Portuguese). 1 - ACORDO SOBRE COOPERACAO ECONOMICA ENTRE O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA FEDERATIVA DO BRASIL E O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA DA BULGARIA 2 - DECLARACAO CONJUNTA PARA COOPERACAO NO CAMPO DAS TECNOLOGIAS DA INFORMACAO E DAS COMUNICACOES ENTRE O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA FEDERATIVA DO BRASIL E O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA DA BULGARIA ACORDO SOBRE COOPERACAO ECONOMICA ENTRE O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA FEDERATIVA DO BRASIL E O GOVERNO DA REPUBLICA DA BULGARIA O Governo da Republica Federativa do Brasil e O Governo da Republica da Bulgaria (doravante denominados “Partes”), Reconhecendo que a participacao da Republica da Bulgaria na Uniao Europeia e as obrigacoes dai decorrentes exigem melhoramento e elaboracao da base contratual e legal das relacoes economicas entre as Partes; Desejando desenvolver as relacoes economicas entre si; Expressando sua prontidao em cooperar na busca de meios e formas de fortalecer e desenvolver a cooperacao economica bilateral em bases mutuamente vantajosas; Considerando os direitos e obrigacoes derivados do Acordo de Acessao entre as Comunidades Europeias e seus Estados-Membros e a Republica da Bulgaria, assinado em 25 de abril de 2005; Acreditando que a acessao da Republica da Bulgaria a Uniao Europeia oferecera novas oportunidades para a expansao da cooperacao economica bilateral; e Convencidos de que este Acordo contribuira para o desenvolvimento das relacoes economicas bilaterais na nova conjuntura internacional e, particularmente, para o aumento e fortalecimento da cooperacao comercial, economica, tecnica e tecnologica, em bases mutuamente vantajosas, Acordaram o seguinte: Artigo I As Partes contribuirao para desenvolver e expandir a cooperacao economica bilateral em bases mutuamente vantajosas. Artigo II As Partes envidarao esforcos para desenvolver a cooperacao economica bilateral em bases amplas, particularmente nas areas especificadas no Anexo 1 deste Acordo. Artigo III As Partes desenvolverao e expandirao a cooperacao economica bilateral mediante a implementacao das medidas especificadas no Anexo 2 deste Acordo. Artigo IV As Partes estabelecerao uma Comissao Intergovernamental Bulgaro-Brasileira de Cooperacao Economica, com tarefas e regras de procedimento especificadas no Anexo 3 deste Acordo. Artigo V 1. O presente Acordo nao afetara direitos e obrigacoes das Partes derivados de outros acordos internacionais aos quais estejam vinculadas ou de participacao na Uniao Europeia, no caso da Republica da Bulgaria, ou em organizacoes internacionais. 2. As disposicoes do Acordo-Quadro Inter-regional de Cooperacao entre a Comunidade Europeia e os seus Estados-Membros e o Mercado Comum do Sul e os seus Estados-Partes, assinado em Madri, em 15 de dezembro de 1995, e do Acordo-Quadro de Cooperacao entre a Republica Federativa do Brasil e a Comunidade Economica Europeia, assinado em Brasilia, em 29 de junho de 1992, prevalecerao sobre os assuntos tratados e regulados tambem pelo presente Acordo. Artigo VI Qualquer controversia relacionada a interpretacao ou a implementacao do presente Acordo serao solucionadas mediante consultas entre as Partes, por via diplomatica. Artigo VII O presente Acordo podera ser modificado mediante consentimento mutuo entre as Partes, por via diplomatica. Emendas entrarao em vigor conforme disposto no Artigo IX. Artigo VIII Anexos e Protocolos deste Acordo serao parte integral do mesmo. Artigo IX 1. Este Acordo entrara em vigor na data da ultima notificacao por escrito pela qual uma Parte informa a outra, por via diplomatica, que cumpriu os requisitos legais para a entrada em vigor. 2. Este Acordo permanecera em vigor por tempo indeterminado. 3. Com a entrada em vigor deste Acordo, o Acordo sobre Cooperacao Comercial e Economica entre os Governos da Republica Federativa do Brasil e o da Republica da Bulgaria, assinado em Brasilia em 13 de setembro de 1993, sera extinto. 4. Qualquer das Partes podera, a qualquer momento, notificar a outra, por escrito e por via diplomatica, sua intencao de denunciar este Acordo. A denuncia tera efeito noventa (90) dias apos a data da notificacao. Feito em Sofia, em 5 de outubro de 2011, em dois exemplares originais, nos idiomas portugues, bulgaro e ingles, sendo todos os textos igualmente autenticos. Em caso de divergencia de interpretacao, prevalecera a versao em ingles. ANEXO N?1 Areas de cooperacao economica 1. Industria, inter alia: a) construcao de maquinas; b) metalurgia; c) transformacao; d) construcao de maquinas eletronicas e eletricas; e) quimica e refinacao de petroleo; f) farmaceutica e cosmetica; g) industria leve; h) outros setores e ramos da industria, de interesse comum. 2.

benefit cosmetics marketing
benefit cosmetics marketing
The Zen of Social Media Marketing: An Easier Way to Build Credibility, Generate Buzz, and Increase Revenue
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