Month: October 2017

A Difference In Character

What Mint Means And The Difference It Makes

For every minted group of coins ever made, there were a number released, an image and the year the coin was put into circulation. These three factors make up the bulk of what the term “mint” means. This term helps us collectors identify the reasons why certain coins have absolutely more value than others.

For example, when a coin is rare, it’s likely due to a number of factors.

It could be that the coins were initially pressed at a low circulation. It could be that a group of minted coins were treated badly throughout the years and therefore have few others to compete with. When this happens, the value of a said coin can skyrocket rapidly. Read more: US Money Reserve | Facebook

Coins Scattered Across The World

Imagine what it’s like to put a mint of coins into circulation. Then imagine these coins but years later. The abuse, use and loss of some coins have occurred within the timeframe. Now imagine what an investor in this case would do. The first step is to secure coins that already have value before they’re bought.

The only way to do this is with reputable agencies like the U.S. Money Reserve.

Finding Rare Options And Making A Trade

The U.S. Money Reserve is an agency that backs their coins and sells pure ratings. These ratings are for precious items and include metals like gold or silver. What we define as “mint” is thus very important to the U.S. Reserve. The reason being is that the agency issues coins for both collectors and investors.

Therefore, when we mention the importance of mints, years and condition, we’re expressing where a coin is and what value it has. The further we go, the more we began to see the process of valuing coins. PR Newswire stated that so learning about the options at the U.S. Reserve will aide you in making the best choice possible.

There’s no need to delay when success is so secure.

Start your collection today, and invest in a big way this time.

You have our support and that of the U.S Reserve.

Categories: Business

Fabletics: An Example of Todays Brand Making

Fabletics, the leading online athleisure brand, is a perfect example of how online brand making should be in today’s world. The firm is largely betting the possibilities of digital marketing combined with technology innovation to grow its business. Precisely, it effectively utilized the changing customer behavior in terms of product awareness. The firm identified that the power of the crowd is the most important deciding factor in convincing the customer to choose a product. Since it founded, the online brand was focusing on customer reviews, and the recent studies have shown that over 84% of the customers accept online reviews quite similar to personal recommendations.

 

It points out that the brands that are having a clear focus on making a positive opinion across the internet ecosystem, with best-in-class products and services, can ensure a smooth journey. A similar survey revealed that the customer reviews also play an important role in improved loyalty, customer acquisition, and customer retention regardless of the industry type. While coming to the frequent use of reviews, another survey showed that as many as one in every two people researches about at least brand once in a month. Interestingly, the number is getting an increase of 23% year over year.

 

The brands are also increasingly aware of the changing mood of the customers, and at least 76% of the consumer brands displays customer reviews on the product pages of their website to improve the sales. Interestingly, user reviews are one of the most happening site features in the recent years across the consumer brands. As many as 74% of the customers replied that they go through the reviews on the product page and then make a decision on the purchase – a new trend that is visible post-2012. Fabletics effectively utilized all these factors and integrated them to its growth mission. The brand has more than 30,000 reviews, already, in a leading review site, Trustpilot, with its average rating stands at 8.2.

 

Interestingly, Fabletics has spoken out about its ambition as a brand and its deep focus on customer reviews. The brand plans to add more customer reviews online in an attempt expand its business and revenue. It should be noted that the online brand was started in the year 2013, after its co-founders, Don Ressler and Adam Goldenberg, identified that there is a vacant space for a reasonably priced activewear brand that offers style and quality. They collaborated with Kate Hudson and launched the brand targeting young women who aspire active lifestyle.

 

Ever since it started, the team ensured that communication played a significant role in its brand development and modified its customer service department along with giving significance to social media. For offering personalized products, the brand devised a Lifestyle Quiz to its consumers. It means that every new customer of the brand has the opportunity to complete the quiz that is of questions related to their fashion preferences. Based on the data, Fabletics designs personalized activewear products to each customer and ensure increased customer satisfaction. Interestingly, Fabletics invites everyone to fill out the Lifestyle Quiz to get their desired products from it.

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Categories: Fashion

Civil Rights Defenders

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Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin are co-founders of the Phoenix New Times and the Village Voice Media. They are using the money they raised after their arrest by Sherriff Joe Arpaio on October 18, 2007 because of the grand jury proceedings that sought reporter’s notes about the Sherriff. Read more: Phoenix New Times | Wikipedia

Grand jury subpoenas also demanded the identity of online readers. The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund will support civil, human, and migrant rights along the Mexican border. In this CNN.com article, ()http://www.cnn.com/2015/09/08/world/what-is-difference-migrants-refugees/index.html), refugees are defined as a group of people who have to flee their homelands because of war or persecution because of the following characteristics, race, religion, nationality, membership of a social group, or political opinion often contrary to the accepted opinion.

A refugee is outside of their country of nationality and is unable to be in their country. Migrants however have to be processed according to their guest nation’s immigration laws.

Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin have been business partners since the founding of Phoenix New Times and Village Voice Media. They received a $3.75 million dollar settlement. Michael Lacey is a blue-collar owner of the Phoenix New Times, and Village Voice Media, both considered older versions of alternative press.

Lacey believes in not letting politicians get away with anything. The Phoenix New Times was started in 1970 at Arizona State University. Larkin and Lacey have covered the way Trump decided to pardon Sherriff Arpaio. The Department of Justice seems to feel that this case should no longer be presented.

Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey have given $162,000 to the Arizona democrats. After the infamous arrest which was a legitimate story, Lacey and Larkin got out on $500 bail at 4 a.m. attracting the attention of other news media publications.

An organization devoted to fighting right wing extremism is the People for the American Way. It was founded in 1981 by Norman Lear, and late Congresswoman Barbara Jordan, as well as a group of business, civic, religious, and civil rights leaders disturbed by televangelists.

Their vision is a diverse democracy where differences are respected. The mission of this organization is to promote the American Way and defend it from attack.

Also, this organization seeks to promote progressive politics. People for the American way views itself as a shield against right wing extremist political ideas.

One action People for The American Way takes is to restore the Voting Rights Act which the right has suppressed as well as stirred up a frenzy about mass illegal voting that doesn’t exist. These organizations mentioned are both related to protecting civil rights laws in the United States.

Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:

http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427427/Jim_Larkin
http://james-larkin.com/

Categories: Business