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PostHeaderIcon Measuring The Impact Of Social Media On Your Business

Measuring The Impact Of Social Media On Your Business
This post was co-authored with Becky Ross and Shannon Gorman, both MBA students at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University. Spending on social media continues to soar, but measuring its impact remains a challenge for most companies.
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Here's How Social Media Marketing Will Change in 2015
It's also important to note that when I say I'm a "social media marketer," it's important to emphasize that I began my career working with a credible and reputable agency, which is a far-cry from the fly-by-night so-called 'social media guru's' who run …
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How to use social media to get a graduate job
It almost goes without saying that if you're job hunting, it is always a good idea to follow and converse on social media with the companies you might want to work with. This will help you to develop a strong understanding of the industry you're …
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PostHeaderIcon What impact has social networking had throughout history? How do different cultures use the different forms?

Question by Charlene: What impact has social networking had throughout history? How do different cultures use the different forms?
What history does social media (facebook, myspace, twitter, etc) have culturally? How do different cultures use different forms of social media? What impact has it had throughout history?

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Answer by Miguel Lahunken
Paul Revere was a very successful network engineer. Today, there is certain human physiological knowledge which is being suppressed. Modern amateur network engineers are trying to spread it, so that it will become common knowledge. You may participate by spreading it yourself; and follow how it is spreading:

It is said that Jesus “descended into Hell and on the third day arose from the dead”. Crucifixion forces what is called today “holotropic breathing”. Dr. Stanislav Grof replaced LSD with holotropic breathing. LSD awakens brain use beyond the normal 10% by blocking the inhibitory neurons.

Holotropic breathing, and other muscarinic nervous system stimulations, awaken the brain by overriding the inhibitory neurons. The neurons of the parasympathetic nervous system are called “muscarinic” for their stimuilation overriding the inhibitory neurons like the hallucinary drug muscarine.

The major plexuses are called “chakras” in yoga. Stimulation, called “kundalini” in yoga, spreads in any particular nervous system. In the case of the muscarinic nervous system the stimulation spreads to the brain and there awakens more the 10% brain use.

The biggest muscarinic nerve is the vagus nerve. It doesn’t pass through the spine, but, its main trunk emerges from the brain in the roof of the nasopharynx. Advanced yogins have cut the ligature that holds their tongues down so they can put their tongues up the back of their noses.

This act is called the “khechari mudra”, in English, the “fig gesture”. This act causes so much vagal stimulation that the heart stops by vagal syncope. The yogin can then stay in suspended animation for any chosen length of time and voluntarily withdraw his tongue to “resurrect”.

The blood stays oxygenated during the khechari mudra. Houdini did this in some of his feats. But, with the “water board” of the Gitmo Baptism, the intent is to fill the nasopharynx with water, enough just to put the candidate for initiation into what Dr. Stanislav Grof called “perinatal matrix three”.

Is there any other Hell? Very often those who resurrected from what seemed to witnesses as death, had a homeopathic reaction from death such that the brain woke up with more than its normal 10% use, so that, this actually “hyperlife” state was called, the world of the dead, the Underworld, Hell, etc.

The mind is very powerful to materialize its visualizations as reality in the Underworld. Can anyone control all their thoughts? Things go wrong. as soon as the candidate wishes he were someone else, “zap” he body switches into that someone else, where he no longer has the more than 10% brain use, and is weak again.

But, he doesn’t belong in anyone elses body, so, as soon as that body sleeps or dies, it’s into another body he goes. And, on and on and on, going backward and forward in time in body after body, into everyone he has ever seen, for about a hundred years duration.

This was called the “aioniu amartematos”, an aeon of failure”, in the original Greek Bible, translated into English “etenrnal damnation”. But, Jesus Christ, being God, body switched into everyone who ever was or ever will be, and on every probability timeline. That’s why He is always in you and I. This is real.

The awakened brain accesses the multidimensional universe that people with only 10% brain use, at any time, are unaware of. It doesn’t have to be that extreme. Perinatal matrix one is euphoric. In perinatal matrix two, the “Knowledge of Good and Evil”, as one goes into this fifth dimensional direction, the brain gets more and more powerful to travel in the sixth dimension to the probability timelines corresponding to imagination.

Dr. Stanislav Grof, in his “Adventure of Self Discovery” said that this was the real sacrament of Baptism, but, it was also what Adam and Eve did with each other, “eating” the fruit of the Knowledge of Good and Evil” that constituted the “original sin” so that the Cathars made this thier sacrament of “Unbaptism”.

Other related stimulations are condemned as “witchcraft”, called in the Koran “blowing on knots”. It’s all how far you go that determines its arbitrary worth to various classes of society. It has been the most suppressed secret in the world. Dr. Grof is the first to get away with making it somewhat public. But, every Christian has the right to understand the crucifixion. It must be common public knowledge for justice.

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PostHeaderIcon MarketsandMarkets: Increasing Social Media Marketing Adoption and its Impact on Top Pharma Players

MarketsandMarkets: Increasing Social Media Marketing Adoption and its Impact on Top Pharma Players
According to the new market research report, “Effective Social Media Marketing Strategies for Pharmaceutical Market” published by MarketsandMarkets , 18 of the top 20 pharmaceutical players globally have established their presence on the three most popular social networking sites, i.e., YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. .
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VA wins national tourism marketing award
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Virginia has won a national tourism award for its social media campaign about wine travel in the state. Gov. Bob McDonnell says the Virginia Tourism Corporation has won a Mercury Award for Niche Marketing from the U.S. Travel Association.
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