Archive for November, 2010

Surviving 2012

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

With so much concern about climate change, world wars and a possible apocalypse, 2012 has gone unnoticed on our radar. However, many believe that all these things are connected, and that on 21 December 2012 will be the day that everything will come to its peak, resulting in an eruption of cataclysmic events that will destroy our way of life and possibly lead to a mass extinction. For those who are closely following the year 2012, and even for those who believe that whatever happens, not because of the date, the issue of survival is important and urgent. Is there a way for people to prepare for the future? Is there anything I can do to survive the apocalypse of 2012, whether caused by a planet passing (Nibiru, Eris, or Planet X), the gravitational field, climate change induced by man, or a solar maximum causes geomagnetic investment? We have seen, only in recent years, the world is not ready for many natural disasters: Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Ike, the earthquake in Sumatra that triggered a tsunami, floods and tornadoes unprecedented eruption of Tambora volcano, the earthquake in Haiti. All these natural disasters that happened was devastating. The panic caused all the chaos and crisis, caused by the loss of many lives. Imagine what would be in 2012 if all these things begin to happen one after the other … or all at once.

Imagine if our power grids are silenced forever. How many people in industrialized countries would be able to survive without someone to give them control of temperature, hot or cold water, drinking water, waste water management, food stores? Or, if our roads and bridges are destroyed? If buildings are imploded and left in ruins? The vision of an apocalyptic future is frightening, beyond this world is not ready. Even if people are safe in 2012, they will feel the consequences of the disaster. Financial markets will crash, resources will become scarce, anarchy will become commonplace, and wars erupt. Whether you are in the center of the storm or not, all will be adversely affected by natural disasters worldwide. It is clear that survival in 2012 will not be easy … And it may be impossible for many. The government has established a system limited only to human survival.

There is even talk of underground and submarine operations, which may contain large numbers of people in order to preserve the species, but not enough to house the world’s population. At least, the government and the military will be in these places, as well as a number of scientists, physicians and other caregivers. The elect can not bring their families, the government will take only individuals as necessary. However, the average man on the street is likely to be limited by your own defenses, the lack of technology for survival. I know this sounds like a fantasy straight out of a movie, but it would be really unwise on our part to take something as important as surviving the 2012 lightly. What can we start doing? Let’s start by informing! For more information visit

Future Of Online Marketing – Search Engine Optimization

Friday, November 19th, 2010

It appears that the trend is predicted relative to something very simple, just check where you are going a leader in the field, in the case is sometimes grow by leaps inciertos.En United States and Israel SEO is an already known and used gun to position e-commerce sites, used for more than eight years. Now there is even strong competition between a site expert to position above others. As these countries with large export of technology we make the next step all demas.El case of Mexico is unique, because apart from the slow growth of the industry, we also distrust by the site owners or webmaster, as the case of an seo expert who provides a good service, will know that it works only with an address for each country and within the same site does not reaches the top in different countries.The companies do not usually pay without seeing results or guarantees, and wish they could get better returns and benefits of positioning.

But what can be done? to trust this medium reached be so useful and helped as it is today in North America. The major sites in spite of being in Latin America know this and are beginning to buy domains for each country and invest in the special creation of a site for each country to shape and use of language suitable for this. It’s just a matter of time, perhaps if, a few years, until it comes to driving and talking as much of the rest of the world where technology has already been done absolutely essential and where there are multimillion dollar businesses that started from zero only with a website to sell products, such as e bay.El amazon web positioning is an excellent tool that we should not belittle and why it’s worth staying informed or even hire placement and maintenance fees for our website.

Social Research

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

An indirect way of knowing how many there are is based on Social Security contributions. For example in 1997 there were about 211,000 businesses. 78% of which were micro enterprises, 14% and the rest small medium or large. A typical small industrial enterprises have fewer than 10 workers and an equal number of employees, and is managed by two or three owners, most with secondary or higher education. It does not use unpaid family workers. Half have one or two managers, on the other half, the owner is the sole manager 60% have more than ten years of operation. 17% between six and ten years, and another 17% fewer than six. Weaknesses There is a lack of staff qualified and strategic vision based on knowledge of what is happening in your environment, be a serious obstacle in their development, requiring urgent to improve the management of the business to strengthen its strategic vision in the face of national problems, the Opening Toward Socialism Globalization. There is a lack of qualified management, supported formal knowledge that fosters management science, seriously affecting its jurisdiction, the proper use of their resources, and know the challenges and bring about the changes, changes necessary to ensure productivity and competition.

Another major weakness in exports because they have few limitations organizational, financial and technical, poor knowledge of foreign markets and distribution channels, inability to hire staff specializing in international trade, lack of international agreements, low volume and low variety products, and insufficient financial resources. Remarkably, the export consortia, the most widely used organizational response by SMEs, especially those in Europe, to tackle these barriers are ‘undeveloped in the country. There is only one example of industry consortium formed in May 1999 in the state of Carabobo under the patronage of the government and technical advice from the Institute for Social Research, Economic and Technology of Venezuela (INSOTEV) In the case of manufacturing enterprises the difference between Venezuela and other countries is greater: Venezuela manufacturing firms has barely 0.35 per thousand inhabitants, while Colombia, four times this figure and Germany and Japan have the world’s highest rates 8.2 and 6.2 below in relation. These figures should not miss the almost continuous decline in private investment since 1978 leaves no doubt that the dismantling of Venezuela’s productive apparatus.

It is disturbing that any sector of the Venezuelan company works to 100% capacity, it is presumed that this is due mainly to falling demand, which significantly affect the level of domestic production. Definitely to meet the requirements of the new model of industrialization, modern SMEs increasingly need qualified staff and managers willing to compete with global markets. This leaves little room for traditional SMEs, which produces goods or services of poor quality, as technological innovation is scarce or absent and their managers are reluctant to integrate (horizontally or vertically? With other companies. It is known that a minority of the Venezuelan SMEs use advanced technology, bases its competitiveness in quality of designs, production flexibility and timeliness of deliveries and exports directly or as suppliers of intermediate products for large companies that export. Small businesses would not normally know the status of their companies because their planning and control systems are little developed. Also another great weakness is its marketing. The employer responsible for a small business who want to know where they are, who are the customers and why buy. SMEs do not have in most cases, strategies, financial planning or tax and administration systems are weak, which hurts and affects the bank credit.