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"biddle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

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"biddle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"I'm super excited about the guest of today's episode. He's professor of physical activity and health in unions university of southern queensland. He has written numerous books related to psychology mental health or physical activity and said in through behavior. He has also been books like chemotherapy. For weight contract. Ci- and even complete training program to rupp union players. He published hundreds of scientific articles and has been cited over forty thousand times. Ladies and gentlemen yours our guest. Professor stuart biddle welcome stored thanks ali. Good to be here right. Everything in down under and crispin a great place to live where in the middle of winter and it was about twenty six degrees today so Nice blue sky is no complaints. Yeah in the in the nordics. It's it's summer and it's much colder than there. i can imagine. Yeah all right so to start tweet. You have done research white widely but what is the thing that you get most excited about the moment. Yeah actually. That's quite a tough question. I do enjoy Well probably two things i would say. I get very keen and enthusiastic about supervising research and being part of a research team whether that's with colleagues with a phd students So that that's a still a big part of what i like to do. A topic wise. I'm still interested in senator behavior And i'm very much interested in behavior. Change how way really find something that's meaningful for behavior change. We can write about things we can talk about things. We can make some suggestions. But i still don't think we really got that nailed down and there's a lot of work still to be done around behavior change and what's realistic about changing people's behavior in In the physical activity demane. So i i guess those Some of the things that still interest me late in my career Yeah so the behavior change. What do you see as the most promising new finding seen the behavior change research. What's what's new new from the latest ones. I am quite taken by some of these frameworks for example. The behavior change wheel being proposed by susan. Mckeown colleagues in london now. Some people would say it's just another model. There are lots of models and frameworks out there. And that's true and nothing's perfect. But i think it does give us a nice framework to think about behavioral change and to put it in a language that's quite understandable by wide range of people and i think that's quite important so what happened early in my career. I also behavior. Change was simply a matter of psychology. You just changed. Somebody's psychology and things will happen. I don't really believe that anymore. I'm not saying that psychology is not important. it's very important but it has to be within the wider context of people's environments. So i think things like the the behavior change wheel and wider framework of understanding. People within a context is is probably where it's it can happen So i i've kind of shifted a bit from being just a psychologist too. I hope a slightly wider looking Behavior change or behavioral scientists Interested in in these behaviors all right and when you say wider framework. Are you talking. Also about the environment and sociology. Or what do you mean with the wider framework Yes i think we do to to bear those in mind. I mean we've known for many years. For example..

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"It's a it's a very well respected magazine and i. I don't know how. I got the opportunity but i think i was doing something right and i was asked to write a piece for their their website and i did and i think my first first article i did with them was about the xbox connect And that was on. I really got in a deep dive into that demonstrating A falls in technology. And how they. These flaws were exploited by parallel teams. And when i say exploited by paranormal teams. I'm not saying they deliberately one out and said are you know what we're just gonna take the shit and we're gonna pretend that it's real. That's not what i'm saying Unfortunately i think some of the Resellers that sell this as an s. l. s. camera. Think they know what they're doing. You know especially because they have disclaimer on it. If you read the disclaimer you realize okay. This shit doesn't work But oh boy you always kinda kick off the people in the paranormal field. You know what unfortunately and we're going to go off topic here but that's that's the general Attitude or behavior you know you see a gadget on one of these reality shows that are crap and you see link makes noises and the the cast members. I don't really consider any of them. Investigators the cast members like get excited and you hear noises off camera. You see shadows all this stuff all surrounding some kind of little gadget and to get this gadget. And then people buy it and they say a lot of money especially because the cheap god there's so many either suit cheaply made that's a whole nother topic of discussion But they pay a lotta upward. Yeah oh yeah yeah. We know a few But and doesn't do anything it links or like. What is not detecting of ghost. It's never been tested against a ghost because we don't have to test against it. So these little gadgets are doing things like they're supposed to like like Ems meters they pick up ems Yes unless camera it connects looks for people or things and it. It attaches a stick figure on. There was so much wrong with how they're being used like the connect for instance connected supposed.

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Lots of stuff like that and so i started really looking like all right. We get like this photographic nominees but he was really my gateway into more skepticism. Because everyone was getting these photographic anomalies Orbs and missed and weird shapes Zigzag lines and stuff something that was supposed to be so rare every group was getting everyone and that made me think like what's what's veal like this is supposed to be like really rare and hardly ever seen but i'm seeing hundreds and thousands of this online. Everyone's getting photos. We wouldn't getting vp's because it's it's just everywhere what's going on right. That's really when i started. I stopped the leaving langley so instead of just accepting something as okay. Somebody told me this place is now. It was proven. Let me see what the evidence is. Let me see what the data you collect. It is and let's go from there right and again it's not wanting it it's just saying you're making a clean prove its times a backup that clean. Let's let's go to video and let's see your audio what whatever and then let's go through it that's really goes through it because maybe the picture you have of what you think is it goes really isn't a ghost so that started me on my way and the more learn especially photography I mean i. I've read so many books and not just digital darby but film place I'm i'm old school Photo manipulation which long long before photoshop there was some pretty damn good photoshop Very very cool to get into that So i do have pretty. I don't have. I'm not a professional. I don't consider myself an expert. But i do have extensive knowledge so when i do look at photos i. I'm pretty good at figuring out what's going on But i still. I still miss a few or or can't figure out what or two so i love it though he love doing. Yeah well you should came to my team camp. 'cause we were taught you all that stuff really okay. I would've cost you everything.

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Like if people say there's places on and there's always goes need to see it no matter what like i'm in i'm totally in. I wanna see it. Because i think that would be one of the best experiences of your life because that would never really learn that. There's like that right if they start. Mooning i'll be like really you're you're doing a whole But yeah it. It's 'cause sometimes. I have walked away. I it's not like i go into a a place like three hours later. I walk outgoing. Yup this house was clean. I bumped everything. No that's that's not how it works. Sometimes i can figure out one or two things. Sometimes i can figure out all of them but sometimes in most of the time. I walk outgoing. Well i don't know about this. I don't have enough information. So i can't the bucket i can't explain it i don't know yet And that's the biggest problem with my investigations is when there is not enough information and that that could be because it happened like fifty years ago There could be no records. there could be only Like second or third hand stories. Or even you know fourth or fifth or sixth ten stories which or even worse to deal with You know they could have remodeled. things in. The building is so rooms or staircases or doors or windows may not be in the same place anymore so he can't check that like if door opened by itself you know and you're like oh cool. Let me see it and like well that door. Was there like ten years ago. It's not there anymore so like that. you can't. i can give you some suggestions on how it might explain a phenomenon like that. But i can't demonstrate it because obviously the door's not there anymore so i mean that's a good question. I guess the short end. Because i always a long answer. The short answer is. I would love to just to see what happens very go. You ever have an experience. You weren't investigating. Did you have any kind of experiences that would that caused you to be so skeptical with the panel. Yeah it was. It was more or less. Like i go out in the beginning. I was very excited. You know and i was like yeah. Everything is a ghost everything you know. Everything is a goes demons. Were in fashion then back when i was gonna say gosh no shadow. People were not in fashion It was more just goes. That's it you had your orbs you had your echo you had once in a while you had rods and then you're full body opposition or partial body apparition that was that was what we had. You know we're back in my day Least no going out would just be like cool. You know this is i mean. State it 'cause this place like if we booked a place for the night. I was already convinced it was on. You know i believe. And that's the pitfall that most of the community falls into. We already believe it. Therefore it is no evidence required. It's already haunted So when i went in you know every noise every shadow every light every creek or or pop of the floorboards. And if i heard something from outside it wasn't people on the street walking by it was.

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Okay everybody we are back. Welcome back to. I hope everybody listening and enjoying hope. You enjoyed alice. Cooper thinking the paranormal. I don't know. I never heard that song but it's i guess it sounds good We have a question for our guest. Kenny biddle are mr skype i listen to me skype. Ix back against new one. I've never been called. That wrote too many things in the groom room and see what you did candy. It was too many years from england. Right i you know. Would he pick a ghost hunter book and follow the places. The ghost hunters were and try to do bunket. That's from vienna. Okay so this is. This is a good question I response 'cause. I have several responses to this. The first one would be. I would definitely follow in the footsteps. If i get someone to sponsoring Because that's when you're talking about going to different places like some of the books that i have on my show they go like just pennsylvania alone is a big state and they're a lot of places so gas and tolls and so. Yeah i definitely would not mind as long as it was sponsored by somebody. 'cause i can't just do it on my own Everything i do like like pretty much. Everybody it's all out of pocket. So that's a little difficult but i would love to do that. That would actually be fun. How that would be fun when i retired. Maybe i'll do that But the several second my answer is that i don't i don't intentionally go out to be both things That's usually the result of the investigation. One of the results. Like you investigate something. You can come to a conclusion like okay. This is really something weird or this is something. That's not weird natural. We can explain. Or like i don't know what this is three conclusions that you can come too. So he bumped. I'm sorry what no i was agreeing with. You okay I'm sorry catchy. I catch like a short word. I'm like oh all right. She's trying to say something. All right all right so the bunking is is pretty much. That's that's the result of an investigation. It's not an. I don't actively go out to try to prove everything wrong because You know honestly. I would love to actually see something real. I.

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"That the behavior and the need to feel that answer. You know somebody asks you a question. You want to answer them. But sometimes you can't and that's the important lesson if somebody asks you a question and you you seriously don't have the answer. Don't pretend yeah just say. Hey you know what. I don't know The friday night show that. I do every friday i spent two hours live streaming taking questions and i. I'm nervous. I'm literally nervous every time i do it because i have no clue what questions i'm going to get. It's just out. Yes that is fun. It really is once they get into it and once i drink enough And i don't care. I mean but at the beginning of the show i tell everyone like. That's one of the rules. I don't know everything much. I have a setup here in my studio where we can look up your question and we learn stuff together and that's what we do. Yeah there's been things i mean. People ask me questions about your photos. And bigfoot and delve into that before but i don't know a lot of stuff and when they they asked me a question i'm like what the hell is that i don't know let's look it up and we do share the screen so people can see what i'm doing at the time and they they see exactly what i look what i look up and read it and learn to get so. It's it's pretty slow on Credit i bet your asset a lot. I'm sure yeah. I mean there's a lot When it comes to crooked there are there. Were so many and like the the trooper. Congress is one famous one. Luckily i my editor my editor for skeptical inquirer His name is ben rapper. He did a bulk. He wrote a book published a book called tracking the troop macabre and is the most extensively researched book..

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"So if you can do what you say you can do then by all means you should be able to work out in. Help solve the case. Exactly i agree with you. Yep one hundred and ten. I'm right there with you. I'm i'll back you up. You know a few actually. Just pull on pull name out of your butt and just say here. This is it. This is how it was done. This is where you can find the murder weapon. This isn't that hey True hell yeah. I'll be right behind otherwise. Hey bullshit don't bullshit don't give this show people look bad. It makes other people look bad. Yeah and it makes you look. It makes you look foolish. It really does When you when you present a story that's supposed to Impress your audience right like. Oh i'm so great. I'm so awesome because these detectives and cops come to me for all this information and then one. If you're not willing to give details that can be verified. That was a big problem. I had i had actually did with this guy and go through hours and hours and hours of with him But the problem if you don't give details then you're hiding something and that's to it is if you do give details and then we look into it and check it and verify that you had nothing to do with the case then your total asshole. My god percent. Yep yeah i mean. I and that that like i get fired up when i think about it. It's one of the few things that i cannot stand. You know you can say that you saw ufo can say that you saw ghost. Yeah i might not believe you. But i'm gonna talk to you and find out what you know trying to help you and me find out what really went on but when you start exploiting using someone else for your personal game that that's when i draw the line and really pissed off so we're trying to doing that wrong. Yeah you know like this this case That i work on that you can read. Its own skeptical. Inquirer latest article that they've published But it's it's this this young man. I believe he was twenty two years old. he was murdered. He was killed in a while. He went out hunting so it wasn't a hunting accident because they found him jeep whereas deepest parts and he was he had multiple gunshot wounds So so we've been where. There was an argument or a dispute and there was a gun battle. That's according to the police report..

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"Owner. You know i the who you gotta you gotta picture with the nfl. yes yeah. The hoover houses was rate. I loved it there that that was really cool We released our video. Because my wife. And i aside from the paranormal stuff. My wife and i do a kind of a travel channel on youtube and that was why went out there for the weekend and just to see and to explore into do our own little video and we put that this morning The finished product so it just pretty much go get. Yeah we get a tour from steve Going around and there's a little bit of table tipping. That happened that that was that we had to leave So it was entertained Come on tell the truth and entertaining. I mean i was entertained. The that's that's that's the sports i really go with it Came in you came into house and scared the shit out of me. That was pains idea. All can't think for rodney. She grabbed me and said. Hey mir jody's here. Go scare her. I said okay. I love it. Oh my gosh..

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Talking Automotive

07:59 min | 1 year ago

How The Automotive Aftermarket DELIVERS Products, Services And Profits

"Thanks very much for joining us today. Stretch had scraped to have opportunity to speak to you of awkward is so fascinating such huge potential and play such a big part of the industry. Maybe just to kick us off. Can you tell us about just quantify the size of off democracy part of the industry yes show And i think people are often surprised. Particularly the general public are often surprised at the the the size and the depth and breadth of the industry like caught neither the neck older adults together with selling from apple dala dams bathing street. That the entire off the knocker which includes the cockney dealerships and collision repair and styling Tar industries rancid. He fought being almost parameters. Sounds a part of the sector while that's that's not just independent off. But that's sad that that's everything big guys on a vehicle after it some after matter of fact which is the definition of aftermarket intensive on possible by In manufacturing will generally l. other parcel be Now are voted but we still have a very strong viagra. Full drive industry in drug manufacturing industry and that align contributes bet six billion dollars of that. The thousand pots accessories will ties to the thing And ran a billion of that export revenues Way run now we're very globally competitive designing and manufacturing is will drop outs in counties at expo two hundred different countries of the split. All if you look at dealerships repair and service hospices. Independent automatic wiggle ever got bad santa market so we actually a large market shade. The gun the franchise dealerships olga. We tend to serve asli dad warranty. Who said we. We talked vehicles Vehicles and that once a year is greg. Jan decides the dealership in intensive nominees. Employee's the the ivory laugh mac and again asking sad around fifty thousand level. Let's hall because he's the the off repair and service channel employs about two hundred fifty thousand people and west. Night is something like twenty five. Thirty thousand independent workshops nationally. It's hard to get accurate data on that with the recently it's it's an either twenty thousand businesses in the majority of is they're actually family. I am businesses whether they be singled sought at jobs garage. Talk business will rat. A lot of the groups are actually on a franchise grows. They are independent groups that that branch with a particular gory. grosses osu's ira examples of outside the majority of the of the workshops so we say try asmal family owned businesses. And when you look at the as far as the fool drawback censoring crush crush crush. Repair is getting bigger or is it with crush of that was saying with new cows and the young the refreshing of all the safety features in cows that impacted the crash industry. I'll set the we. We represent the quin repair industry. We do we run. A major tried show to aftermarket kushner barracks by side. We have what. I saw it in collision vision of that So we do have putting guys with the industry but we've done rapper face to Representative on a follow pretty closely at what size that that industry has has contracted intensive admiral volumes. It's also significantly consolidated in in rice is you've saying imagine of. Im which is a listed company that has bought a number of individual businesses. Biddle saving proprietor and number of china. And so on. I recently acquired Agra from from san Grindings were imagine via so this is being consolidation and action in the market. I think vehicles more intelligent nasa rathers. There's a lot more assistance vehicle says this at by nature less accidents but but when that happened they they more expensive because a lot of the vehicle needs to be replaced in is level stat. Street rod off now. Because you're just check the Body vehicle repair equally win. Eight deployed Some of the crash signs in front of equal bang man found been impacted on buddy accident site. Yeah look at than expected and also questioned the nfl's onto the service side of things so with the into twenty four thousand small independent family businesses has have you seen consolidation in that area where there's more of the chinese coming through in the aftermarket facility following enough that the spent a lot of predictions about the the the the made bore consolidation specialization and and probably contraction in that market. But i'll be honest we we haven't signed it in the ibs In in recent use it have been workshops are guys but then sprung up to fill the place the iro It's the number of riches. Vehicles has been growing bat to it's probably type. It all forbid now. I would say racing numbers of utah styles of who've had about a year and a half of being impacted economic factors Factors so that would slow. It slightly was saying now going in a secondhand vehicle process iago unanswered for vehicles with revenue secondhand from from australians using crisis about to present her view multiply that across the flight which has been on and million registered vehicles. That's an increase of three thousand vehicles The admiral ladies growing and that some driving the man at work out which means that the the network pretty well is staying about the same size. We are saying more retrained with a pure independent joining an organized group. Now it's i think to be increasingly more difficult for a standalone model independent repair to run. Survival guide vote. We know the technology on vehicles now the proliferation of different brands of big bang so in the try market the naval at diagnostic equipment and technology. And you shop. Silence iowa on what the bankruptcy stories is. Give them business support Business brand Business sam but also a lot of technical training systems beckons systems. The end zone in there. I will to provide access to diagnostic repair services in in any information at at reduce prices cooperative. Buying and sound side. There's a lot of benefit seem. Tonight's correct side we we see greg grind but is not raising why want still be lies independent businesses that just powder that at logic bankrate thing. We will stop. Say it's inevitable is we will start saving more specialized i should

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"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"More. Oh i doing good how you doing. I'm doing good. I'm excited about. Tonight's count him that head. Yeah you know. I love 'em We have vittles so yeah we have to talk really quickly About our man of the day. Mr how you do. Hopefully you're listening We are going to wish you all the best quick recovery How he had a heart attack a couple of days ago and got to the hospital just in time. We love you. Howie and pray that everything works out and then you come back stronger and better than what do you think theresa. That's right absolutely and everybody else sends their presence. Well yes and and i also lit another candle. Good evening and better. Yeah and take it easy you know like the song says take eighty Sorry i don't make the song it don't know don't don't make it holding the whole show go to hell. I know decent. Don't make pitches coming at ya I i know If anybody wants to talk to us in a chat room you can go into the chat room and we can ask our guest questions from that way or you can call in at three two three eight seven zero three eight seven seven three two three eight seven zero three eight seven seven. It'd be like to call in and ask our special guest tonight question. If you wanna introduce them. She always does that to me. When i when i do it on. It's like your client. You're sitting there too quiet. I don't want to take over the whole show go ahead. I'm sneaky duty is loved and reduce our buddy Good friend kenny. biddle he's a science enthusiasts who investigates yeah can't talk either claims of paranormal experiences. The various equipments that people used to search for For strange things and the evidence presented forgoes. You suppose encrypted. He promotes science critical thinking and skepticism. His blog i am kenny. Biddle and youtube channel. They frequently host workshops on how to deconstruct. Paranormal photography and solving mystery presenting at science and paranormal is. That knows live. Qna podcast skeptical far which is really cool Which promotes open discussion. Between people of different beliefs.

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"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

"To an all new digital service changes to our world twenty twenty mean that digital transformation has become a necessary strategy overnight. This means companies now need new tools to help them. Flourish and amplitude is here to help as the number one solution for Analytics based on customer reviews on dt they helped teams answer questions like how people using digital products. Why did he uses convert or Which features drive the most impact. And what should we build. Next their product intelligence platform powers teams that companies like pay pal instacart peleton and atlassian enabling them to build product experiences that convert and retain customers safety south. How companies like doordash and cisco built for grace using amplitude visit apetite dot com forward slash m. t. p. a. And what was the secret about that. That made it hard to copy. Yeah that's a great question okay. So let's go back to the the big four the big four brand unique technology network effects and economy scale so a check. These things take a long time to merge but check does have economy scale so.

"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

"Talk about product and write about product and occasionally work three days a week product later there. You go fantastic. And there's an awful lot of questions we wanted to ask you but the first one we wanted to talk about this one of the things you talk about a lot lately. He's making your product defensible so before we go into whites important. What does that actually mean for. Anyone who doesn't know. yeah. I mean. I'll give you the the derivation of that had a product manager. Hp mark at netflix and he was so excited because he had built this nonmember page for netflix. That tested a lot. Better got more people into the service they would click on the free trial button. They would provide their credit card. Their email address in the key inside. Is he put a happy family on the couch. And it did you know. In my language delighted customers more customers entered entered. It created a better business. More people were joining. I call that margin enhancement. But i said. Hp gosh in the future. It'd be great if you could delight customers and also improve the business but do it in a hard copy way. Because i will bet you my salary that with a month. Those bastards from blockbuster will put a happy family on the couch which is exactly what they did. And so i'm just. I'm not saying that You know what i'm saying. It's good to light customers. It's good to build the business and that's great but it's even better if you can do both of those things in hard copy ways so i'll get you thinking about it right now. What are the things that makes net flicks hard to copy so lily and randy. If i gave you five hundred million box to start a start up to compete with netflix. What would you find challenging about that. What's hard to copy about netflix. Cheese licenses distributors exclusive content. A half dozen other things probably willing and i mean the brand very keep going on. It's hard to copy. Maybe the personalization algorithms absolutely. That's fantastic. i call that unique technology and there's only one hundred thing i'm fishing for well. What makes facebook hard to copy out of the social network in facts. Very good Yeah so those are all excellent examples randy you brought up the exclusive content original content. I rephrase that. I call that a konami scale so getting big Created manage so. Netflix can spend twenty billion dollars on content. This year were poor. Amazon can only spend eight billion. I just love them or amazon in the combination of like disney plus and hulu. Those two companies are related..

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"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"biddle" Discussed on The Product Experience

Money Matters with Jen Hemphill

Cafe con Pam Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Money Matters with Jen Hemphill

"Jen. Through. Them how are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm excited to do this I. We've met in person and just to get to talk on your podcast I am thrilled I know fellow podcasters. Yeah, federal pockets, review part because you for a long time yet because how when did you get started twenty sixteen you started before me okay. Twenty it'll be five years. So yes, So we'll talk about your podcast we've been in for a minute. And I think more. So now that Is podcast. Right right and it's interesting because it seems like people are like you are a veteran podcast around like what? Really but in I guess in comparison texts number of new podcasters I guess, yes I mean, you talked to Escobar and like she's a real truce. Right like. Decades apart guesting. Right right. So okay. Then back to your store, you tell us who you are with your heritage. So I am goal beyond by birth, but I always am very transparent. My father is a Gringo. So I was fortunate or however you WANNA call it I did not immigrate to the US because by birth I was an American citizen and I was a Colombian citizen by birth and we were there basically was eight years old in Columbia in Columbia. Solid there till I was eight years old and it was basically for money reasons. That we moved to the US both my parents are educated but my father at those times back in the seventies was still a time when Columbia it was very insecure, not just insecure from robberies in in all the violence but insecure economically. So my father being educated, it was very hard for him to find a job or our job a stable job. So he would do make do bake sell bread pump gasoline anything that he could do to earn a living and gone on. Yeah in Columbia. So that was just a very difficult part they tried some entrepreneurship as some restaurants slash discotheques. And they fought the. I was the kid because at that time they do anymore. But in Columbia typically, if you have like a bakery restaurant, you typically live there you have a house not typically. But in the smaller areas, you have a house adjacent to worn apartment adjacent to that business, right? So we lived there and I remember sneaking down 'cause I wanted to dance underneath the. Disco. Ball. No Way. A, little, girl. How does Okay. So how was the growing with Dad and Columbia? It was very interesting. Did he speak English to you know Gomaa See I did not learn English until we moved to the states. So English was my second language granite he wasn't is funny because he was in English. When he did get jobs, it was primarily to teach English so. I had a word but in terms of having conversations I learned English when I moved to the US and I was in an esl class all that and so it was very interesting times because in Colombia gringo equated to money right I think everywhere in Latin America most most places, right so a lot of people thought we had money. So I do have memories of me and my dad but without walk in the city and all the sudden, he would grab my hand and we. We'll start running because he stuck out and that time of six foot tall man was a giant not anymore. So six foot tall imagine a really Pale red hair freckles blue eyes in that time that stuck out now things are evolved right where when my husband and I his military we moved to living in federal and unless thinking Oh, my goodness I was prepare myself. I'M GONNA stick out because I'm very unlike skinned or going to stick out I'm GonNa think people are GonNA think. That I'm agreeing got been no I didn't know much about biddle obviously. Much European influence there was and so I blended an purdy well. So in Columbia was very, very interesting just because it was always running away from people wanting to steal in interesting times all my so he would grab your hand he would run through the streets. Yes. Get home or to go places. Yes. Wow. Again, this is not speaking badly of Columbia John by Macho. This was is a city living one in that happens everywhere and it was an time of that was just insecure and add things are better not one hundred percent like any city.

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Mental Health Education

Mentally Yours

05:35 min | 2 years ago

Mental Health Education

"Roper to mentally. Automobile. Thanks very much for joining us. So tell us about the mental podcast. Why did you decide to setup? Sure. So mental to the podcast today signifies mental health is four nine, which sometimes I regret because it has quite long. But a few a good idea of what it's about. And I set it up back in twenty eighteen having had a lot of experience of mental health through my life from quite young age and I wanted to turn that into something positive. You know what I land in terms of my own mental health biddle say tree volunteering with the likes of Samaritans Nightline which is at the students Sashi university equivalent. Andrea and other kind of mental health related work like that. I'm so it was really just a way to take what I'd learned on trying to something positive I'm breakdown stigma because I recognize just how. Much. Worse. Dot Com make people's mental health as if the issues on bad enough then you're getting judged from discriminated against for them. Can you tell us about your personal experience of mental health winded now, it'll kind of stopped fear walk kind of experiences have you had. Show. So it's always a bit tricky to. figure out how they might experience and started and part of the eyes of the problem. Right because mental health is difficult at times to articulate because it affects how brains work could affects our cognitive abilities and part of that for me was experiencing depression from a young age. One of my symptoms is memory loss on. So this whole parts of my childhood where my mental health was bad which I have now. Gaps, in memory. So it's difficult say how how that started but right from some of my earliest memories I remember. Actively being happy which I now know was pretending to be happy. But at the time, it just felt like happiness and presenting in a way that the adults around me felt comfortable with K. not side mess. I had a seemingly good reason dot just became like a natural part of my life and it wasn't until looking back on that years. Later I realized that was depression in the I was showing masking behaviors partly because of the stigma. Can encourage us to try and pretend that Iraq-iran went. And was there anything that happens to take the when you go to older like maybe a diagnosis or something that helps you manage things better. Sure. Definitely. So I reached a point with depression in particular. Why? I was so bad I. I sort of had already realized what it was. So this was. Much later. So early adult head. I. The symptoms which is becoming more more overwhelming, and so actually the thing I was struggling with most of the time was I wasn't sleeping format. And I had previously been someone that hadn't had any issues around insomnia and so that was a real kind of breaking point where I I can't do this anymore conscious put up with this. I'm trying push symptoms down and just. Tried to walk as what it felt like on. In trying to figure out what was going on, I was dangled out of reading. Online and I think still exists today is a little quiz type thing on the NHS website the it went diagnose you with depression, but it will ask you questions and give you an idea of whether you should at least go to the GP. And I kept taking tasked I. Think I got quite obsessive were thought to be honest. and. I was even you continue judge yourself with this this kind of stuff right and so I was trying to kind of downplay my answers to be maybe I'm exaggerating and even when I was downtime, my aunt says every time it was telling me it's go see the GP I'm so that is what I did and I went in Dan with a head full of hair old symptoms and I thought well, what if I bias wife they just what if they just diagnosed me with this because I listed out the symptoms from the website And you know, I think all of this, it's a reflection of. Full shattering. Mental Health Education. I'm involved in now my understanding was so little I didn't Tan lie so much of the stigma that it was easy for me to believe the I was doing something wrong that this was some kind of character flaw as opposed to this being an onus and something I was struggling with and disaster the with. So. When I went to the GP rather than telling them about the depression symptoms I fake his moral insomnia on when I still a depression diagnosis that I thought to myself. Okay. This this really is And That was initially just a massive weight off to know that there is something. Thank going on from the name I don't have to feel like this is supposed out that. Are Not, what's a major turning point for my?

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Fast Food Giants are Reinventing the Restaurant, Pandemic Style

Business Wars Daily

03:08 min | 2 years ago

Fast Food Giants are Reinventing the Restaurant, Pandemic Style

"Not so long ago fast food restaurants were looking for ways to get you to stay a little longer they sprucing up their dining rooms and building ball pits for the kids after all the more time at your table the more likely you are to order another menu item or two, but dining in is so two thousand nineteen isn't it? Now thanks in part to the pandemic, these quick service eateries or redesigning their restaurants to get you in and out as fast as possible. Burger, King has just unveiled its pandemic inspired restaurants of the future. There are two concepts, both of which maximize social distance. The smaller of the two designs has no dining room at all. Instead, the would-be dining space is used for additional drive through lanes two lanes to be exact. Once your order is ready, a conveyor belt will deliver it to your car window. Of course, if you're craving more human contact, you can also go old school and walk up to an order window. The second concept is a t shaped two storey restaurant with the kitchen. Upstairs this, let's Burger King devote more real estate to park in order spots in various drive-thru options the companies. Also, experimenting with lockers where you can pick up your food, you get the locker number and a unique combination when you order on the APP, the idea is to make the experience as contact free as possible, and that's important to customers drive throughs and meal delivery services like Rub and eats have been a lifeline for burger king as indoor dining was banned or restricted during a large part of the pandemic CNN reports in the second quarter through sales made up eighty five percent of the company's total US sales. Burger King says it will be testing. It's new concepts in warm climate areas like Florida, and the Caribbean but no word on exactly when that will start. Another major fast-food player that's also trying to get you out of its restaurants quickly is Taco Bell. TACO Bell so-called go mobile locations have been in development for a few years but the pandemic accelerated plans for them according to nation's restaurant news. These locations are smaller because like Burger kings, restaurants of the future. They also eliminate dining space also liked burger king concept. You can place or on the TACO BELL APP and have your meal brought out to you by a bellhop get the company will begin opening new stores early next year the design is a far cry from the one that the TACO giant unveiled in early March, a gaming concept restaurant plan to test in California customers would. be able to play video games in addition to dining and in January burger king announced plans to make gets dining experience a little posher the king plan to make over a Saint Louis location with white subway tiles on the floor bench seats inspired by classic cadillacs and warm lighting retail wire reported. You might be munching on your fries, but you'd be doing it in style. Now, a combination of pandemic dining restrictions and changing customer behavior has made such concepts as Cadillac benches obsolete. Well, it was fun while it lasted, but it's time to say so long to indoor play grounds and Walker inspired light fixtures for the time being at least fast food customers are opting out of dining in. Choosing the biddle dashboard diner in Stan.

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Seattle Kraken: NHL announces name of 32nd franchise

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

11:24 min | 2 years ago

Seattle Kraken: NHL announces name of 32nd franchise

"These story of the week the Seattle thirty two's have a name. They are the Seattle cracking before we drill down and getting some of the. Pacific says a Sandy Atlantic about this. How important was the events of this week for Seattle for the NHL? Like how big a deal is this for the League? It's a huge deal and first of all. It was a fun topic Jeff. Life is hard for people right now. And that was a fun couple of hours. The reveal the video, the look at the Jersey. The name like whether people like the name or didn't like it. They were kind of laughing like Whoa. That's really off the board and I know you don't like it. Because of the nicknames that can come from it, but I love it. It's different. It's different for hockey. It's a step out of the. The normal, it's bold. It's it's a change. It's a try it something new, and I think hockey badly needs that. There were a couple of interesting things I've found out in some conversations number one when they were talking about the Jersey with the people from Adidas one of the things they were saying is we have to imagine what it would look like to lift the Stanley Cup? In this Jersey we can't think that it's going to. To look terrible to lift the Stanley Cup in this Jersey and I liked the Jersey. I liked that way of thinking i. think that's very big. The other I heard that was interesting, was that they chose the name crack and I, and then they went about the identity, the logo and the Jersey and the like the story line of the cracking, and there were some people who heard the name and they were like, are you? You, sure about this, is this really a good idea? And then they started to see the logo and the identity behind it, and they bought in and a lot of times when expansion teams come in. They won't reveal the name the logo end the Jersey at the same time they'll do maybe name and logo at once and Jersey later. This was a win because they did all three at once and I think that's sold people. I think they had to do it that way. And I I think you're right and to the point like we've talked about before I, wanted sasquatch. Works on a whole lot of levels, but again as I pointed out on this podcast before I've realized, and I've been dragged kicking and screaming into this realization that not everything is for me, and that's okay now. I don't want to I gotTa WanNa shoot an Arrow and then paint a circle around it after it lands I. Don't WanNa. Be That Guy Oh. Yeah I, liked it all along cracking his great. Oh a homerun tape measure, but at that reveal. I didn't hate it. Like I love the colors I love you collars look great. The colors are great. The logo looks great. I can get used to crack in and the one. You're think is a good one. It is different. It is distinct and the one expectation that I think we all have a bow. Seattle at this point is that everything they do is going to be new is going to be progressive is gonNA surprise a lot of people whether it is the name which is very nontraditional, whether it's the first you know green arena climate pledge arena. Everything they do is going to be different. We expect that they're hiring policies progressive the way that they are going to do business as progressive I. Just hope that it doesn't stop now I. Don't think that it does but what does do Elliot selfishly since I have conceded sasquatch. Bang the drum for different colored ice for Seattle Oh my God. I knew you're GONNA. All all our producer I wrote down actually I got to tell you I wrote down. When does jeff come up with the different colored? Ice Oh my God yeah. I'm telling. Pretty, it'd be this early. It will put it this way Jeff. If one team's going to do it, it's going to be this one well. They WANNA. They're promoting. They have the green arena, so do green ice here you go. Here's your chance. I'd love to see if the NHL allows this you know. It reminds me a lot of the raptors. When the raptors came in new, there were a lot of people didn't like raptors and I remember. John Bits of doing an interview on the Fan with Bob McCowan and John. biddle said Bob. What do you think of the name and he goes Bob? Said I hate it and John biddle said good. That means that you're not in our target audience so I! Don't care what you think about it. And the other thing, too, is you talk about the team? Look at their twitter feed now that we have a name or strategizing all the ways to draft your favorite player. Yeah, like there are people in the league. Telling me I'm sick of these guys already sold. The rivalries are building. Yes, rivalries are building so the other two Jeff I I'd heard was. I heard the amount of meetings over the small details were unreal. The color of the is how many is you know I didn't realize I saw the video. When you look at the logo, the S has tentacle through it. like that black line is the tentacle of the cracking, and there was one person who told me that They weren't so sure about this until they saw that video and I have to say identify with that. When I saw the video and saw that that's what that black line was supposed to be. I thought that was really cool. What are the things about the whole reveal by? Seattle is the security around at the secrecy around. It the lack of leaks. I thought for sure that by the morning of the announcement it would be out there and confirmed by somebody I'll tell you the one thing that I learned from one of maybe if not my favorite movie of all time jaws. Is this Don't show the shark. Secret that movie is they don't show the shark until much later on. Don't show the shark and the one thing that Seattle did in this entire process is. They didn't show the shark like sure. There was a temptation there to extend the metaphor. Show the shark, but they didn't do it. Even in that video as everybody is going through this pruder's style frame by frame by frame, trying to look for clues I gotta give it to Seattle Man. They didn't show the shark at all. One of the big conversations I heard after they decided the name was. What's the Mascot GonNa look like. Well and that's when you get the rivalry about DETROIT WITH DETROIT. Yes, it looks too much like a traditional octopus. It won't. There's no way it will. No of course not, and they also said like the Jersey, the crack and has to look. Not like a WIMP, it can't be a wimpy cracking I. Don't know enough about mythological creatures. I'm not sure there can be a wimpy cracking. Does it exist I? Doubt it every movie I've ever mccracken. They're pretty nasty, but they definitely talk about that. We can't have a soft cracking. So the jerseys were revealed the branding is revealed and Tim Leiweke, who's a CEO of the Oak View Group was on hockey central with us. The day of the announcement and he let something slide. Let something slip. That was pretty interesting. We spent more time going back and look at the Metropolitans. In the fact, they won the Stanley cow, so we spend a lot of time looking at that history and tradition. I won't spill all the beans, but I'll tell you. There's a third and Fourth Jersey coming. Eventually wore on her that legacy in that tradition. Hundred Seventeen team. Of course when the won the Stanley Cup I would imagine that if they're winking at history that hard, and I think that they will. That will probably see Abana raising on opening night while you're going to do something special rate. I think they'll do a number of the special things on opening night I would imagine that would be one of them. Yes, and you know a nice touch too here. We are here here. He goes, SEATTLE. Here's here's a million ideas here on this podcast. HAP Holmes was the goaltender for that Seattle team homes played on a number of Stanley Cup, champions real good goaltender born in Aurora in the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame, died relatively young I think it is early fifties in Florida, but he wore a baseball cap. I think it might have been the first goaltender in the NHL to ever wear a baseball cap. It would be nice if they did something with HAP Holmes and abate. I don't know what it is I'm just doing this off the top of my head, but if someone is wearing a hap-. Maybe it's whoever the goaltender is for. The opening ceremony wears a HAP, Holmes baseball hat that would be a nice touch for the. Hockey nerd like me out there. WHO DIDN'T GET SASQUATCH well? One thing I looked up was to Seattle have any retired numbers and they don't. Remember when Ottawa came in had an old retired number. Frank Finnegan, and they honored it. But Seattle, I can't sense that they do. Okay, so now. Seattle's job is to make this team to create this team out of nothing not unlike what Vegas went through most recently. Do. They have a friend in the flat Cap Seattle All I. We talked about this last week. I, think they're a huge winner. In the new CBA their job just became. If easier is the right word, but I they gain some real advantages and. A few teams have said that to me that the mistakes Vegas they were going to avoid them now. Circumstances have dictated that someone's going to have to make them, and it's a huge advantage for them. There's no question from a financial point of view Elliott. We just mentioned the flat cap here second ago. Given the economic realities NHL NHL is going through now, and we'll go through in the next couple of seasons I know. I opened up by saying how important is Seattle team, but I'll ask it again from an economic point of view to this team, not just become where the more important teams in the NHL team thirty two new infusion of money. Well there's no question that that's true and new infusion of enthusiasm to the Batman, and daily made it very clear and their negotiations with the players that ownership cash flow was very important. They got expansion money that players don't share in from Vegas and there were some owners who thought they didn't get enough. In terms of the system stuff, edgy arbitration that they wanted, but one of the things they could be sold on was that they've expansion money coming in, and that's their win, and that's cash, so there's no doubt that Seattle's big for a lot of reasons, and the other thing too is even before this. There were people who were predicting. Predicting that Seattle would be a top ten revenue team in the NHL. They're gonNA need that. They're merchants already hot negative. That's one of the reasons. It didn't get out because it's not ready at right me, you can order stuff, but I learned through this process that one of the ways that logos and names get leaked Jeff is that you have to share them with vendors or you presale them to vendors and things like that. They didn't do it this time. They didn't do it this time day. Kept it all close Alright talk, congratulations, seattle you now have a name in the NHL has team

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Antarctica melts under its hottest days on record

A VerySpatial Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Antarctica melts under its hottest days on record

"A first up in the news as we've been talking a lot about The questions of climate change global warming and various effects. There's been a lot of talk recently about what's been going on in Antarctica so record warmth and stuff in this past week Nasa actually release some images to very starkly show some of the impacts of at least this warm spell and they're really amazing to look at so They focused in on Eagle Island. Which is part of the far north of the Antarctic peninsula and basically did An image pair to kind of illustrate the effects of the prolong warm spouses. Has It just been one day? I mean it's been An extended time period and just looking at pictures of Antarctica in February. Right where you're seeing all this bare ground and everything is just really Illustrates kind of what we're trying to understand with The effects of what's going on. Well let's let's put that in context a little bit. It is February so it is summer in Ourika so you do expect a little bit of melt. But they're saying they're messy little bit or riddle bit inch of melt per day. That's a lot of it. Not that's the opposite of little bit. That's a ton literally in total and that in the winter we do go to this page. You can see on the right hand side Actual Pons of snow melt sitting on top of the glaciers. In addition I will say that I think it's also in the news this week. another calving on Pine Island Glacier. So again you're having those issues as well so As we monitor these things we're really really trying to understand the long term implications and all that kind of stuff but It just highlights just how important remote-sensing And our ability to see these things over time. is really crucial to understand how there is changing. So that's part of it too is is again highlighting just the importance of having the satellites and their biddle ability to capture these

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Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

Amazing FBA

09:24 min | 2 years ago

Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI

"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing

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"biddle" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"biddle" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Approved by the mortgage experts of team Hochberg just search TRA FF IX Chicago the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center partly cloudy down to sixty two tonight Biddle upper fifties in lan cloudy more humid tomorrow may be a chance of scattered showers and a thunderstorm hi up to about eighty hazy scattered clouds tomorrow night in sixty six partly sunny warm Saturday a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms a high eighty seven in lab but only about eighty at the lake front right now we have a seventy degrees at o'hare it's seventy three at midway it is seventy seven in Joliet the lake it is seventy degrees and that is seventy two degrees at the lake front I'm David Jennings of the WGN radio news room ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN good evening this is Milton Rosenberg welcome again to extension seven twenty good evening this is Milton Rosenberg and we welcome you again to extension seven twenty good evening this is Milton Rosenberg welcome again to extension seven twenty hello to all this is Milton Rosenberg talk about that tonight on extension seven seven twenty seven twenty WGN I am just Kaufman with you until eight thirty tonight for game for the white Sox out in Anaheim takes over Jason Benetti tonight's going solo but we still got farmi own DJ call here on seven twenty WGN coming up for the game tonight that keep going after the ticket to a three from the Astros right I'm excited the you know like watchin on the end of that white Sox game on what was it I guess yesterday Tuesday Wednesday and what day is it hi it's my birthday forget the a two lane and things James McCann hits a grand slam in the excitement not just the fans were there with the same in the dugout where this team actually thought they fought back when every all adversity and.

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"biddle" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"biddle" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

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"biddle" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"biddle" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"I'm a lot of it is is Indonesia society. And she said Lee uses a lot of mythology and the first story in the collection is sort of a Indonesian version of Cinderella. So a little. Of body horrib- a lot of sit of very interesting sort of points about the female position in society, particularly in a country like Indonesia, which is both very diverse and multicultural Biddle so has its roots really as a sort of Islam country grounded all that hot, wet weather. Yeah. Say that's a really exciting out beyond April. And you're off again next week only clip off to Cartagena. Hey has an outpost I have actually been before. And it's the most brilliant brilliant place and wonderful festival and people like to negotiate cheese eighty Smith Philip sans. Rosie boycott a lot of discussion. I'm expecting a lot of discussion around the environment and around the what they call the orange economy. That's different ways of coping with where we are now. Yes. So I literally being three days in the UK. And I'm now in the opposite to an opposite times. Goodness as hungering to be have to take my mic, gummy melatonin. Too much Shawn introduce me like a drug dealer. Now regular listeners who know that there's nothing we love more than of book price speculation the Costas give us double rations because not only do we get five category winners to Malaysia that one of those five gets chosen as over because the year two weeks ago, we were talking about this. And we firmly placed our hats on Saudi ruining winning normal people, and we were wrong. Well, the thing is we were sort of slightly begging this to happen because there is a history of the absolute front runner falling at the last hurdle. I mean, look at Sadie Smith. She did gauges for her to win any. But it's it's not like Bava messes. Cut out go isn't entirely deserving of the price. There is a sort of sense that tally reasonable people really wasn't book of the year last year that it was and it hasn't really won anything prominent despite being nominated for basically everything connected. I mean, I think sometimes panels field. If book is already got attention. They can they have the flexibility to give it to another book, which is very deserving as you said it hasn't been so widely written. It's got this fantastic stories around in it right up to the fact that lean the girl who story is told who's eight years old when vanish his grandparents took her in the Netherlands in during the second World War was that age eighty five to receive the price. Stories. I've found that. So deeply in the process of researching and writing this book. Really about automobile my love leaning his head. I am story. Thanks. And. I also..

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Brewers 4, Braves 2: Three-run rally in eighth turns game around

WOR Programming

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Brewers 4, Braves 2: Three-run rally in eighth turns game around

"Place in the NFL east it's a virtual tie Lanta ahead by percentage points at least they were but the Braves lost. Tonight to the, brewers four to two Milwaukee scored three, in the eighth inning I blown save by the Braves bullpen since. June twenty-seventh brewers got to run double from Mike, stock is to take the lead Ronald a kunia hit a leadoff Homer for, the Braves half of his fourteen home runs this year have come, since July twentieth when Atlanta moved him into the leadoff spot Gordon burns got the win for the brewers tonight over Jesse Biddle. Josh hater, save four Milwaukee as they dumped Atlanta with that win the brewers get a game closer to the cubs, and go up by. Game over Atlanta for the first, wildcard spot in the National League the brewers two games. Behind Chicago in the

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ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for deadly Paris stabbing

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 4 years ago

ISIS reportedly claims responsibility for deadly Paris stabbing

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst the paris prosecutor says the stabbing attack in paris tonight they killed one person and wounded several others is being investigated as a terrorist incident the prosecutor says the man yelled allahu akbar as he allegedly stabbed five people police then shot and killed him president emmanuel macron says france will not see to enemies of freedom meanwhile the associated press is reporting that the islamic state group news agency claims the attacker is one of its soldiers so far police have no motive for the attack on the big island of hawaii the kilowatt volcano has produced another fisher as a wii public radio's bill dorman reports scientists are monitoring the lava flow and local authorities are preparing for what may come next is national guard is prepared to evacuate as many as two thousand residents near the kilowatt volcano if they need to so far residents in the lower puna district of the big island of hawaii are being advised to be on alert for possible gay emissions in volcanic eruptions the hawaiian volcano observatory says continuing earthquakes and additional outbreaks of lava are possible scientists say an explosive eruption at the summit of kill away also remains a possibility that could produce ash plumes and debris potentially affecting areas as twelve miles from the crater for npr news i'm bill dorman in honolulu and italian court has ruled that media tycoon silvio biddle schooner can run again for prime minister five years after tax fraud conviction and fair silvio fa jolie reports the ruling could affect the outcome of negotiations that are underway to form a government coalition of populist parties the court overseeing the application of sentences ruled that bit loose goni six year public office bag can be lifted one year early thanks to good conduct the fourtimes prime minister's conviction of tax fraud in two thousand thirteen triggered his expulsion from the senate and a ban on holding.

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