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Markets, Efficiency, and Price Signals: Crash Course Economics #19

Adriene and Jacob teach you all about markets. So, in free market(ish) economies like the United States and most of the world, markets are a big deal. Markets work to produce the stuff that consumers want, and that society needs. Today we’ll talk about productive and allocative efficiency, skinny jeans, price signals, and more in this information-dense installment of Crash Course.

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Micro 4.8 Price Discriminating Monopoly (First Degree)

Mr. Clifford’s explains how to draw a monopoly with first degree price discrimination. Try pausing the video to see if you can show price, consumer surplus, and profit on the graph. Please keep in mind that these clips are not designed to teach you the key concepts. These videos are a review tool to help you better understand what you learned in class.

ACDC is Mr. Clifford’s teaching philosophy:
Active Learning
Cooperative Learning
Discovery Learning
Community

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Introduction to inflation | Inflation – measuring the cost of living | Macroeconomics | Khan Academy

Basics of price inflation and the CPI (consumer price index)

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Macroeconomics on Khan Academy: Topics covered in a traditional college level introductory macroeconomics course

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Behavioral Economics: Crash Course Econ 27

Why do people buy the stuff they buy? In classical economics, most models assume that consumers behave rationally. As you’ve probably noticed in your real life, in case after case, people don’t actually make rational decisions. There can be emotional or social reasons for all this irrationality, and behavioral economics tries to address this. We’ll talk about risk, nudge theory, prices and perception, and the ultimatum game. So, let’s get irrational, in a logical way, of course.

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Biggest Marketing Strategies for 2017

Noah’s tips on how to market in 2017 to grow your company.

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0:32 free software as lead gen
0:54 paid marketing on untapped channels
2:20 cross promotion will continue
3:15 aquisition as marketing
3:41 more advanced content marketing
5:17 market internationally

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Your colors, your voice. Can you paint with all the colors of your voice? | William Yang | TEDxUCR

Being connected to your emotions helps you grow, and fear can be your strength.

As a classically trained musician on the flute and piano, William Yang creates popular contemporary arrangements to fit all occasions. His musical interpretations and character defines his role as a performer and an artist, as he expresses each song with a unique style.
William is currently an Admissions Advisor at UC Riverside Extension and the Director of Speaker Administration at the Project Management Institute, Los Angeles. He has a M.S. in Bioengineering and B.S. in Biological Sciences from UC Riverside, and will be completing his second M.S. in Project Management from UW Platteville in Summer 2017.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx 

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Professional Marketing Consultant services starting at $1100 (no monthly contract)

 

What is the difference between my services compare to others?

The average cost of marketing service is $3000 to $20000 a month. Most marketing consultant charge around $100 to $150 hour which includes a strategist fee of $50. Usually you have to sign a contract depending on what consultant you choose. Well you are in luck my friend. Consider this an option. There is no monthly contract which means after 30 days; you will never be charge. This is prepaid meets subscription plan service. The idea is to stretch your dollar out. For example, you pay for $1000 including $100 my fee of service. That will cover up to two months of service. However, you are limited of certain services which will cost additional for any added services. Therefore, when you pay $1100 of marketing services, you are paying for basic service needs. Additional services will cost as well as service fee. Service fee reflects on information and time. I offer up to $1100 or more of marketing service needs. Every six months, I will give out discounts, gift cards, and free limited services need. You can renew when you are satisfied. No monthly charges for service. Your money is stretch out to 2 or 4 months based on your investment.

 

What is your rate fee for services?

My flat rate fee is added to the services from $100 or more. Depends on the amount you are investing for services which increase my rate fee.  I don’t charge by the hour which means you don’t have to break your wallet. When the price is $1100, the extra $100 is the service fee. No additional fee will be added unless additional service is added.

 

What types of services do I provide?

  • Marketing Strategy*
  • Marketing Plan*
  • Marketing Research*
  • Marketing analysis*
  • Billboard advertisement
  • Local or National promotion
  • Local or National advertisement
  • Social Media Marketing*
  • Content Marketing*
  • Email Marketing*
  • Podcast Advertisement
  • Social Media Advertisement*
  • Google AdWords
  • Yahoo Advertisement
  • Bing Advertisement
  • Snap Chat Filter
  • Digital Influencer
  • Print advertisement
  • Followers
  • Web traffic
  • Television advertisement.
  • Web design
  • Logo Design
  • Trademark service.

*Basic digital marketing service deal

What are the policies?

The policies are simple. No information will be shared. All information is confidential and private. It will not be shared to third parties. Before services begin, you will be receiving an email of a contract and agreement terms on the attachment that you must sign first. Cancelation of services has to happen before services begin. You have 24 hours to cancel for which you will get your full money back. However, cancelling during services will result to half to little of your refund. No refunds for dissatisfaction of services. All services do not guarantee instant sells or customers. I will not do services for material that is deem offensive and dangerous. All products and services from clients are evaluate before the start of my service. Any harassment, scams, and threats will be recorded and submitted to the authority. I ask you to be courtesy and respectful.  Protecting your privacy is important which is why all information will be secure. I am obligated to comply to the laws and rights of the United States. As well as the policies and regulations of the BBB and IRS.

 

How long will this process take?

Depends after examination of your business. Once we discuss the strategy and set up the plan; I am able to estimate the time frame.  Based on what you invest will determine the amount of time.

What about International?

If you are an international business trying to get into the U.S. market, send me an email discussing your business. From start up to big business. Send me a link to your site within the email. Tell me about your product or service. Explain to me what you need.

 

Are my marketing services limited to just small businesses?

No. I will work with any business. If you have a music production, I will work with you. If you are a designer, I will work with you. A self-publisher, I will work with you. A real estate agent, I will work with you. I will determine what I will work for.

 

What is the difference between subscription and monthly? Why subscription payment?

Subscription is paying advance whereas monthly is paying each month. The reason why I refer to more of a subscription payment is that it gives small businesses a relief from paying monthly payments with extra fees. Paying in advance takes the burden from paying each month. Just think $5000 would cover 3 months of service. I only can do up to four months. If you wish for more, email me.

 

Do I have to come to you or do you come to us?

Everything is done online which means I don’t have to meet up with you or you have to meet up with me at this moment. I have not added traveling to my fees which is not going to happen yet. That will happen in time. You will be contacted after terms are agree and submitted by email. You will be contacted by phone to discuss business. There we will go over what you need.

 

Where can I submit a payment?

You have several options to pay. Below this message there is a PayPal button which you can click on to make a one time payment for two months of basic marketing services. You can send money to my PayPal account by email which I will leave below this message. You can go to my website which is below and book an appointment for which you can make a payment from there. PayPal and Stripe is where you can make your payments on my site.

 

How can I contact you?

If you have questions about my services, you can reach me at Patrickhillhill@gmail.com for answers. For PayPal payment, you can send the payment at Pathill17@yahoo.com. When you submit a payment please send me a link to your site and contact number.  My website is www.hiddengemdigitalmarketing.com. When services are complete, leave a testimony message on my website. You will be entering a getaway giveaway in the near future.

 

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Brand Awareness Package $450 (Beginners deal)

Brand Awareness Package $450

 

This package creates awareness to your brand. In detail, you will see an increase of followers from local to national. You do have option of international if you wish for global expansion. If you wish to grow your audiences, this is the package for you. This package covers mostly all social media platforms. Do note that the number of followers may vary from the estimated rate over time. You will see new followers during completion.  Make sure that your information is correct and you have content of your products and services on your page and site.

 

What you will be getting from this deal.

  • Instagram – 30-  100 followers  within two weeks (followers may vary)
  • Twitter – 30 – 100  followers within two weeks  (followers may vary)
  • Facebook – 30 – 100 followers  within two weeks (followers may vary)
  • Content advertisement – one week (website only)
  • Facebook advertisement – one week
  • Twitter advertisement – one week
  • Instagram advertisement – one week

 

Email me first at Patrickhillhill@gmail.com if you have any questions regarding this package. If you are international start up brand or business, please email me at the address above for international rates. You will receive data from all platforms of your brand performance after completion. I will break down what you need to do moving forward as well as provide you some insight on growing your business. There is no guarantee of hitting the exact number but you will see an increase in followers. Service fee of $100 is included with the rate. If you want my full service, book for a consultation on my website at Hidden Gem Digital Marketing. You have four days to cancel payment before services begin for full refund. 

 

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What startup communities can learn from the Black Wall Street | Anthony Frasier | TEDxBarnardCollege

What do Silicon Valley and Tulsa, Oklahoma have in common? More than you could ever imagine. Over the past one hundred years both have been home to entrepreneurial multi-millionaires. And though comparatively fewer have heard about The Greenwood District in Tulsa, otherwise known as “Black Wall Street;” Anthony Frasier showcases how the fabric of this once vibrant ecosystem laid the groundwork for innovation and growth all over the United States. Inspired by his predecessors in Oklahoma, Frasier’s TEDx weaves a story of a determined entrepreneur from Tulsa to Newark, who would eventually co-found The Phat Startup and breathe new life into a U.S. community.

“Anthony Frasier is the co-Founder of The Phat Startup, a media company that produces resources for entrepreneurs.
His work has been featured on CNN Money, Forbes, Black Enterprise, and Black In America. Frasier was also named an innovator by AT&T which led to a spot that aired to millions weekly and was praised by The Washington Post. A serial entrepreneur, Frasier founded the startup Playd and award-winning gaming site, The Koalition. Frasier is actively involved in Newark, NJ, helping aspiring entrepreneurs. His initiatives have been recognized by the Business Outreach Center and he was granted the Award for Community Impact in 2012.”

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx