18 Burst results for "Siegen"

"siegen" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"siegen" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"You may have seen some flashy headlines out there that verizon's five g network is slower than its four g network. That's not exactly true. Pc mag sasha seagate has done the lord's work writing up the actual story so we will have a linked to that her show notes. Please go read that if you really want to understand it. But here's the short version. Five g is a system that delivers improvements in capacity and latency and sometimes speed but mostly capacity and latency are no a little more episode. A no little more dot com on five g. If you want to understand that more in full horizon has chosen to operate. It's five g service in the millimeter wave spectrum. That has some speed advantages because it has really wide channels. The bad with the literal width of the band and operates is better but millimeter. Wave has a hard time going through wall so in places where millimeter wave doesn't work or they haven't got it up and running. Verizon is using something called dynamic spectrum sharing or dss that lets verizon run the five g protocol with its capacity and the latency improvements and even some speed efficiencies on the same spectrum that it's running lt sharing spectrum between two services though means one gets prioritized and another always suffers in this case because still more users on lt lt gets. Prioritized and five. G gets the scraps. Why are they doing that. Well fries and wants to show you a five g symbol on your phone. So if you don't have a five g iphone you're never gonna notice this. You'll just get lt. Everything's fine but if you have a five g. Iphone verizon will force you to use the dynamic spectrum the dss five g when you could be using e. otherwise the five g system isn't worse but it's just starting out and as i mentioned it's big advantages incapacity and latency not speed whereas lt has been out for a long time and sometimes these most advanced four g. systems can deliver higher speeds than these beginner. Five g systems as five g gets updated and rolls out more and gets advanced and developed. That will be true. Less often and eventually five g will always be faster but on the smaller channels member millimeter wave as as big wide channels. You have smaller channels. That are being shared. Five g is getting squeezed into the empty corners. And on average you'll be about the same sometimes slower than your lt usage founded test. It was almost always slower fact. The also found some latency disadvantages which shouldn't happen but on. Dss you've got a lot of negotiations going on. So maybe that explains that. But you don't even get that advantage. Verizon could just deliver you lt and call it five g. a. At and t. Did that with five. G e but verizon is actually trying not to lie so give him points for that until millimeter wave services ubiquitous from verizon though siegen recommended. Just turn off five g and force your phone on a verizon network to connect to lt and for.

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"siegen" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"siegen" Discussed on The Moratorium

"This is kind of a downer after all the fun. We've been having great and maybe i shouldn't even bring it up but I'll i'll throw it out there because it is on this list from bloody disgusting. Please go check out this list. It was last year's list. It is awesome pretty comprehensive or a ton of movies and it gives a little synopsis on every one of them. we need. Check that out. But i watched a movie from two thousand fifteen called follow okay and it reads a man who receives an early christmas present from his girlfriend. Blacks out only to wake up and a terrifying nightmare k. It's kind of boring. It goes on for a little bit. I mean it starts off. It's it's mysterious. We'll say that okay. Okay and it's it's listen a horror thriller. It's got a weird or about it okay. And i won't tell you a whole lot about it just because you know if you wanna goes check this out. He can this guy. The the main character is names. Noah siegen okay and he's kind of weasley and kinda gets pushed around nice and easy but he was also a knives out. Okay he was in looper and he was in star wars episode The last jedi okay. As an excellent pilot more importantly the director of this is owen. Edgerton oh not. It's not who you think it's not the brother of The the guy from I'm sure it's not now. This guy doesn't have a whole lot under his belt. But i was looking at This noah siegen all right because knives out was directed by ryan johnson. Right who also did looper. And the last jedi i and i think he also did brick cool yes ryan. Johnson also did brick. I have never seen moats good. It's good but this guy is and it is. well noah. Siegen is an all four of these movies that were directed by ryan johnson. I thought that was interesting. Okay but he plays this kind of weasley guy. He's basically a bartender who has a overbearing girlfriend who doesn't like leave the house and they kind of set that up with one freaking line in the film and maybe that's why nobody goes looking for her. I'm not gonna say anything else about that. But most notably. This guy is in this rental house that has a basement and his landlord is none other than dawn. Most donny most a may not recognize dawn..

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"siegen" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"siegen" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Name and the supplier and deceits and stuff like that so we mapped the existing bedrick varieties on that plot. So it's two dimensional plot with all kinds of dots on it and all those dots were two different types of measured. And then we plotted the bedrock can strain and we saw that. There were two major regions that were like on a map. We were not occupying them with a product. There was nothing there to fill that gap. One of those clusters was a mess. It was all kinds of stuff mixed up with the other. One was all amnesia. Hey samples because they happen to be very popular in dutch coffeeshops so you see a lot of different types of unease as from different sources and they were unoccupied museum. Hayes was a Indika type of variety that we had access to so we picked one of the plants that we had already in our collection and we grew that to be the next product and then there was a very exciting moment where we present it that product to that of patients and say is this what you asked for and they said. Wow yeah that's it. Wow so so you know they were right by just smelling and sniffing and tasting and trying and smoking and talking about it. They knew what was were. They wanted to go through science. We could put numbers on it and then in the end those two totally take came together so that was very exciting and then you can share the whole story with the patients. The patients were. I think even allowed to name the new variety or at least to be involved that so they helped they really help was one of the best presentations i ever gave at a conference because that was literally have one foot in society in one foot in the lab and then you come up with one solution so example. That's exactly as i was going to say. It's a beautiful example of how science and and the public can work together to enhance each others. Were you know it trying to get on a similar footing far as vocabulary. You're using trying to keep an open mind to really understand and hear each other. A example is raw juicing. I remember raj. Juicing became popular. And i happened to be in california around that time because i had a girlfriend was there for study and so i heard about raja siegen and of course suicide immediately associated with healthy hippies from california of course they wanna use everything and has to be raw because then you live longer and there's no toxins but as so my colleagues were laughing about that like oh yeah great and it tastes horrible. So you have to add all kinds of superfood so moody cost. Twenty five bucks..

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"siegen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"siegen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Thanks for having me on again. We are so glad you're here. So Sasha tell us about cellphone boosters, beginning with how they work. These boosters generally consists of two or three parts. There's that big antenna, which you want Teo Hood on your roof for on somewhere relatively high up, pointing at the tower. Then there's the booster itself, which cleans and processes. The signal takes noise out, makes it clearer. And then there's a radiating unit that goes inside your house. And it's kind of like a WiFi hot spot. But for cell signal that distributes the signal into your house, most of the cell phone booster manufacturers Either have their own APS. Or they come with instructions on how to use common Third party APS to figure out what frequency band you're connecting to where the appropriate tower is and where to position and you should expect toe have basically a day's worth of futzing with it, pointing in various directions. Until you find the best signal, But then you're set. That's awesome. Do I need a relatively new cell phone? To take advantage of thes or if I have a really old flip phone with a still work as long as your phone supports for G lt and that is Almost all of the phones people are using right now. You should be fine. These boosters actually on ly support the older, more established frequency bands, so the newfangled technologies that have been added in the past two years or so aren't on the boosters at all. So any for G lt phone even if it's an older, lt phone will be fine with these. I see. And you know, most of them Sasha are marketed for making your cellphone conversations much better. But I've also found they work with data, Justus well. Yeah, I primarily think of thumb as speeding data because the difference with the data speeds can be so dramatic and in 2020 We are trying to get Internet into our homes by any means necessary. We're doubling or tripling up our connections. We've got land line D sl coming into our house. But the kids they're zooming on it all day, So you're forced to use your cellular Internet. Whatever something like that, and so speeding up, data in your house becomes much more relevant in 2020, then it may have been earlier. Absolutely. Well, Sasha, I really appreciate you coming on the show this week and talking about cellphone boosters. Thank you. Thanks a lot for having made you very welcome. Sasha Siegen, lead analyst at PC mag dot com, delivering laboratory based independent reviews of the latest products and services. Coming.

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"siegen" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

Italian Wine Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"siegen" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast

"Well when Seagram was taken over by ironically GI Joe which was a company that I knew pretty well so Siegen was taken over by off and put a recording 2001. I was a director of Seagram UK and we were told very early on in the Takeover process that under Ricardo UK who were taking over our business unit wouldn't require the services of many indeed of any people from Seagram and certainly not the director's so I knew quite early on that. I was going to be made redundant dog. Like the the new owners of Seagram, so.

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"siegen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Just say that these these air really ridiculous claims, and they're they're also representative of the radical left rhetoric, So it's It's just not true to say that he's the moderate reforming the Democrat Party. There you go. That's representative Dan Crenshaw from Texas on Fox News. Well, I mean, it was just another example of how you use a well do what you got to do during the campaign, and then you get an office and, you know, hit, delete and start over. About this story out of seg in Texas, or some people say what they say. Said wine. Yeah, that's weird. Or is ah, a band member of mind that I was playing with it in Rio. Remember the band Rio? He pronounced. It is Siegen Siegen Siegen. Well, one Texas Lottery player player is now millions of dollars Rich $47 million Lotto Texas ticket. Was claimed and see Gin. That's according to the Texas Lottery website sold at the pick and pack number 10 the gas station there it Ah Highway 123 at the North bypass. Oh, sure. No, no, no. It's unclear as to who the winner is, and I guess actually, this could be multiple winners. If you think about it being one of those, you know, office pools. But somebody claimed the ticket $47 million. That's pretty interesting. Hey, maybe that's you know, that's the kind of thing that really could be a big deal it in one city if they decide to stay there. I don't know what I mean. That sure could. I mean, they may have the biggest house in town, the biggest house in town, and it'll turn out to be the most screwed up family in town, you know, usually doesn't exactly fits the biggest house in most, despite they they won that ticket. October, the third S so there you go. 47 Million has been up that law that big in a while. The Texas lot of regain on they'll have it all spent by about August of next year. They do, don't they, man? There's tons of shows like that. You know, the T. L. C s It shows you know how lottery destroyed my life. Oh, it can it can not speaking from experience, but but a good Payday for the second, Pakis. Well, because I get a cut of that, don't they? Absolutely. 9 28 here a k. LBJ, Todd and don show Todd Jeffries here along with Don prior and listen up business owners that anybody other than has some tax issues to deal with October. The 15th is a.

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"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Play by circuit closing in. He skated to on that piece ofthe Good job. By the way. This is gonna be a piece of rated center ice for now who dove in the state Put you through that penalty kill The other handle. The next two minutes and 24 seconds, draws one by Dowling Klingberg in the Dallas zone. Pensive for his left side PPP ride to deflect that out of play, and he was in the neutral zone so more time off the clock and another face up from the neutral zone to 15 left. You know this piece? I'll be rated center. I said yeah, or on the lighter side of the red line, but it's still an actual zone. The lady will take the face off now clock. Six down every face off in the neutral zone. It's working a little bit more time off the clock Dowling and point from the neutral Zone one cleanly by point Goes, it hits head of the left wing will chipping into Dallas and Klingberg Girls behind his own net. Reverses it up on your side from euro. He's getting He's getting back. Klingberg on the left wing turns up for Toronto center. He is checked, regrouping based Internet sunrise. He is checkpoint of steel grating point. I'll flip it in Dublin has to state what under two minutes left. Lighting a to nothing lead. Justin Dowling. Rides out for the stars to Centre ice Game the red Line and dump it in. The goalie is heading off of the stars Turn after lighting Park corner far side for Lawrence turns on his back and trying to get in out, could good road trying to clear And he will Count it out of his own. This is not a nice thing back in the Dallas and a minute 33 left Kleinberg in front of that vacated yet. John Klingberg. Sweeps it for he skin it to the red line. He steps we'll fire it in fast must be stopped by the lighting that no doubt of the near corner. He's checked by Rachael on the puck is going green Band right Corner point, Klingberg. John Claiborne and a six on five It's little Jamie Benn Klingberg set a point shot to a screen saver. Maybe you better let point He's getting right went to Klingberg Klingberg point. He's getting cold shoots wide, right? Here's Ben. Right Circle. Klink shoots blocked by good rolled in it to go. Your C again left point. Haste in it. When John Klingberg Klingberg back Ramiro, he's going look point. Siegen Siegen shoots the elected wide left. Rachael, I buy that right circle, Ben. Eight point Klingberg 45 seconds left Jamie Benn, then hold shoot block McDonagh see against centers that it comes to Ben right circle holes and shoots blocked in front. Three lighting players went down one of the blocked it and deflected out of play. 37.4 seconds.

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"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For checking and get some More quality shots. Khudobin made a really good save on remember one of the end of the period and draw for sure. That's not the one you were thinking of. No, there was one earlier on point on the power. Right from this slot. And I really didn't have the clear cut opportunities. That we've seen. Yeah, I think you know credit. Give the stars credit. Especially they seem a little hungry or on pucks. Yeah, not by a huge margin, but just enough. With lightning and winning a lot of the puck battles that we've seen them win. Since third period of Game one, frankly, Lighting actually won face off. There were not a lot of peace up. There was a lot of whistle free play that first period. Just you know that girl Perry scored great under the armpit. I think he'd like to have that one back. But A giveaway by Tyler Johnson. Don't about that. And even after that, give away We were noting Alexia kind of throws it toward the fund, then added bounces over Stargate. If stick and really bounced over Siegen stick to get an assist. It nicked him, but it's not like he really made a play on it. Perry came steamrolling after it was able to grab it. Michigan and you alluded, always skating years mortar. We'll see if Secord is able to continue in this game he left after blocking a shot the first if he could not the Stars of five defensemen. But you have a feeling guys like Klink, Bergen peace Get in. I mean they could skate all night. All right, getting ready for the start of the second. Johnny Gordon draw against Joe Pavelski. Draw one by George Blake Holden Backhands it in. Lindbergh.

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"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A free shot at millions of dollars on Ly a draft kings make it rain minimum $5 deposit required eligibility restrictions. Apply. C draftkings dot com for details. This is the Stanley Cup finals on Lightning radio Thie Joe Pavelski goal and it was Ravel Skis goal. He took the shot Bassel Askew to save it hit Shattenkirk and win in his second of the game. 12 in the playoffs, one behind point. The league lead Siegen and hey, skin and assisted at 11 35. So Sigan is two assists tonight and that came 19 seconds after the maroon penalty and expired. Writing it. Clear zone pocket come out. But they never got past the red line Stars brought it back in and got a puck in the net tool, actually, and gotta bounce. They did get a bounce bounce right off Shut, cooks leg. Nothing he can do about that shot of the rate of Khudobin here. Cerulean Siegen. One by the stars John Klingberg. Motoring off the left wing gets the center right captain to the Lightning line had been a block for circuit kept us for Anthony Cirelli. Somalia lifted in behind it, Alice. Excellent del parties for John Klingberg. Seven minutes left in the third for for the score. Defeat Sigan office. Keep driving and keep the Rod Tego possible. Lightning light converges with it Left corner. Perry as a man, open it fine, but he couldn't get on the clock. You fly to finalizing that head knocks it down. Headmen falls down, but still dumps it for circuits. Having a lightning far corner will scoop it out. Two Cerulean center ice worked into the Dallas line, quick kind of rebels trying to catch the lightning interchange across the one. He's right circle made rebound. Cirelli trying to clear the city will dangerous again off the rush where the stars have dangerous tonight. He's getting the redline dumps it back into the headlines when it goes.

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"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Rachael on Circle, Tyler Siegen. Sagan holds on the power play. Thanks to he's gettin left point. Right circle. It has been shooting blocked Rebound. Pavelski bythe little feet for Siegen trapped down Left circle. 1 18 the penalty. Tyler say again. Holding Spence that he's going to appoint Dr Sagan left circle feet infront knocked away by Sara Lee to corn and down the ice. It goes lightning read where that pass was going and be able to get it down the ice 103 left on the power play. The skin in safe passage. Rights on the other unit is out for the stars to the right across the bullet. Put it in front of his tickets on the rebound, trying to separate us trying to cover it, Not yet finally gets a whistle. Later stars get those pucks in the front of the net on their power play. Don't say six or seven left in the 2nd 50 seconds or beating in the penalty to George for one lightning. Well, they shoot it. I mean, they get the puck to the net as much as they possibly Possibly can. Cassie had that covered in one of them. Stars went and poked out of his glove. Trying to see who it was. But Boy, I'll tell you, Tiner sick and have a great opportunity blocked plots or he's on yet. Kept it from going into the net. I have a delivery line change here for the Stars Offensive zone draw with plenty of work to be done for the lightning hints and good real good row wins it headmen behind that under duress leaves around the near side for Coleman could get it out. Yes. You won the ski race of the pot from Hirata and forces it down the hall. We went a face off on the killing penalties. They come on us right away. Klingberg to center left wing hints into the lightning's only hints. Circle shot Slutsky. Since Lacey back to the left point, nobody home for the Stars, and it rolls out of his own and Coleman top that off Klingberg stick and forces it in on Dolan, who don't pass knock down by Blake Coleman, a steal right corner. 20 seconds left in the penalty. Coleman killing time behind that one on three. He wins. The puck tries to settle for Lauren. It's knocked away by Sagan, but corn has it back right corner. What worked by Coleman and Ca Lord, finally corn. Knocked to the ice. Keep your aunt to grabs it and slipped it for Klingberg by the depth of time lines down the penalty. Lindbergh, a little feet to center ice and Corey Pennant. Perry the penalties up right side Pete Seeger and deflected in stars are old for two in the game of power circuits wraps it around the far boards..

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"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Soften beat to the left. Of the Dallas goaltender who govern Lady of even the shot on goal clock. 27 apiece point and Ben To the left of Khudobin. Man needs to put a stick down, which he did not now. He does. And point wins the draw. Kuchar right Circle Left Circle. Headmen! Centerpoint Dewdrop Shoot! Save it Open got through Lendell on the rebound by the Dallas net winds it up near boards could hold us in. Yes, but Lindell has it back. No lob it out to center had been knocks it down Gypsy Ford and gets to it in the Dallas and right circle. Lines that bind the Stars. Net. John Klingberg. Is there the near side to keep Deronta I'll flip it out of his own, who tries to knock it down. Clinton burgers after that's on site across the blind, very close play Klingberg uses for Ben Little Feet infront knocked away by great and pointy top out to shoot rabbits center. We'll sweep the polite he needs to get to this part first, which he could not from Alexia Cruz steals lightning in CenterPoint a little dropping out of the zone. Just Miss Corey Ahn of lightning trying to get a change. Is Raj. A lot like proceeding will rip it in husky out to stop the puck behind the lightning that rips it around the near side Siegen blocks and right circle right corner for Rachael. Rachael on his hammered by Cirelli McDonough feeds Killorn off the railing going out to center ice across a shot Kirk skates to this park and holds on to it and then pops it in behind the Dallas net. 5 28 remaining three.

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"siegen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Joining us now is Sasha Siegen, lead analyst at PC mag dot com. Pcmag dot com, Of course, is a leading authority on technology delivering laboratory based independent reviews of the latest products and services. Sasha has been with PC mag for 15 years, and he's covered just about everything. But now he's really leaning in to the rollout of five G Internet, Sasha, Welcome to real estate today. Anytime so, Sasha. Everywhere you turn. Now you see the ad five g U C it for cities. You see it for your home. You see it for phones. Is five g here yet or not five. He is here, but not in a way that matters to most people. Yet the five key systems that are out there right now are very, very early and they don't provide a big difference over 40 But there's some things about The upcoming networks and especially things that are gonna happen in the back half of this year that realtors should probably know about the five key carriers are going to start offering later this year. Home Internet services and those home Internet services, which are now it's now offered on extremely tiny, limited basis by Verizon. But it's it's going to expand a lot later this year. That's going to involve putting an antenna outside one of your windows and then being able to get a competitive generally 300 to 500 megabits service into your home. Verizon is going to start that up to 10 cities and probably early next year. We're going to see T Mobile start offering that as well. And so you're going to get this fast Internet service where previously you may only have had the cable company without competition. In a location. There's going to be one or two or three more companies offering competition and offering potential fast service in these locations..

"siegen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A house full of other apple products. Now they don't make a lot of smart home text, so they have to involve some third party's there. But you should really only think of home kit. If you have iPhones and Max and an apple TV. You're kind of all in in the apple world. I see and serious the worst of the three at general purpose queries. Right. So here's a question for you. If I am moving into a brand new house, and I don't have any smart home tech at all. Where should I turn Apple? Amazon or Google. So you need to think about the brands of the actual smart home devices, which you intend to hook up. And the reason I'm saying that is because there is one big division, which is that if you like nest products, especially than this thermostats, which are very popular, then you need to go with Google. If you like ring, which is a very popular form of video doorbell, you need to go with Amazon. Blink and ring are owned by Amazon Nest is owned by Google. So that can help decide for you. But you also want to look at the different devices, the lighting systems you intend to use. Maybe the smart bathroom fixtures. And look at their compatibility. If everything turns out to be compatible with both. Then I say, Go with Google. It's better at answering queries, and they're faster it adding new figures to But some people may want to stick with Alexa because some particular brand of bathroom faucet or smart oven Still hasn't put in the Google compatibility. Oh, that is such a great point. Say that you get a place. And the former owner has left all his smart home tech behind. Should you ditch all that stuff? Or should you try to use it? Are you safer? Getting your own brand new devices than you would inheriting Smart home check once things are factory reset. Smart Home Tech does not generally hold a lot of information in itself. Once you factory reset a device set up a new cloud account and attack it to the new cloud account. You have unhooked it from a previous owners connections. Oh, I see. Yeah, This is very different from selling a laptop, which may have information residing on the hard drive. It's much more like selling a TV or refrigerator. Where once you move it to the new place and you hook it up to your service. It's talking to your service. It's not talking to the old owner service. Okay. Speaking of security, we hear a lot About the risk that hackers Khun get into your smart home tech. Is that a real concern? Sasha, It is absolutely a real concern, but not in the way that many people think it is almost all of the time. The way the hackers get into this smart home tech Is by cracking the passwords on the cloud accounts. They don't drive by your house and use, you know, special snoopers toe access your home. What they're doing is they're using collections of passwords that were stolen through other means and plugging them into the ring website or the nest website. And then logging into your account that way, And then they were able to hack into your account from far away without even coming anywhere near your house, and the best way you can protect against that, of course, is use a complex, unique password on your smart home cloud accounts that is not shared with especially ah large mainstream email or shopping passwords. That might have been in some of these data breaches. We'll Sasha clearly I could talk to you all day, but I better let you go. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me on you are so welcome. Sasha Siegen delayed analyst at PC mag dot com. Coming up on realestate today, buying your very first home with your eyes wide open. It's usually one of the biggest, if not the largest transaction they'll ever have that. We want to make sure they're trapped and confident. When.

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Special Guest Reveals Top 5 YouTube Traffic Secrets

Marketing Secrets

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Special Guest Reveals Top 5 YouTube Traffic Secrets

"Jomar Folio Joe. How're you doing what's happening? Hey glad to be here for that. Awesome intro man. This is the first time we live interview on the show before which is which is really exciting. I love comic'll boards in the back. So dead man just waiting for the two club exit. Come in the mail to even out the set so it's GonNa be awesome. Joe One last Last week he said he got one which is pretty cool so all right so obviously. We don't have a ton of time but a lot of questions for you. So inside of the Traffic Secrets Book is a whole chapter on Youtube traffic. And most of it I pull from you because you are. The Guy who on our team is doing stuff and And you've done such an amazing job and so most of the things are are there from you and so This is kind of to teach people about what's happening inside the book but also just get them to know you and understanding Youtube. So why do you think different than all the other platforms? That are that are out there. You instagram facebook twitter. Take all of a sudden like why is youtube like why are you so passionate about you too? You know so. It like a facebook instagram. And see a of people like it's very It's sometimes easier for them to build a big following on facebook or instagram. The kind of go to youtube and they struggle a little bit. And it's because you to isn't just a social media platform. It is a social media platform. It's also a search engine where people are searching for certain certain topics searching how to do something but you also have to do with you too is not only put up content that engaging that people wanNA watch that has value but you also have to add kind of a story element to it in the one thing that you don't want to do and I see people do. This is kind of repurpose. Your content like say you have constantly putting up facebook and instagram. Our podcast in you like you distribute to all these different channels. If you put on Youtube a lot of times you're going to find. It's not going to get that much traction and think about youtube like this like when you watch you to be set like you guys are out there and you're watching. Youtube. Why do you subscribe to a certain channel? You're going to subscribe right. Maybe you'll they're showing you how to make money online or how to grow your right. But there's a ton of videos on there that talk about like how to go to your instagram channel. But it's like what makes you subscribe. WanNa Watch somebody. It's going to be their personalities can be the way the engaged with you and it's going to be the way the content comes across so what. I would say for Youtube. The differences is treat you to like. It's its own thing. Make videos just for you to try to approach it not as a marketer but as a creator not you're gonNA sell anything but that you're going to like build your audience and you following. Yeah one of my favorite things about Youtube is talked about in the book a little bit like every every social platform. I'd say facebook live like we're doing right now. It's happening and then like it'll drop. It'll be here for next couple of days. It'll drop down the news feed and eventually disappears. Nobody'll ever siegen whereas youtube is like the only platform where you create something and then it grows over time because not just social social and it search and that's why it's so it's it's different 'cause you create something if you create the right way then it sits there and to grow throughout time as opposed to everything else was seems to diminish over time and so it gives at least for me. Who's WHO's creating stuff. It gives me more incentive craigslist. It's nice because it lasts beyond the moment whereas facebook live. Is there for a moment? Then it's gone where youtube it can last for for forever. I mean like. We talked about earlier. Overcome Nagasaki Videos overcoming pornography addiction? Like they still get hundreds and hundreds of US every single month. We don't even sell the product anymore which is probably sad. Because you're an affiliate making money when I know that video. I think I think you're screech out when you were doing. The bucket has hundreds of clicks on their in what it does the content builds on each other. So you put the video video out three years ago in if you keep putting contin out. It's like you're gonNA keep getting lead you're going to keep getting people subscribing watching your stuff like you said yet just doesn't disappear is built on up into the question. This is off the questions that you sent me as pre questions. I'm excited about this one. I hope that's okay. I'm GonNa put you on the spot a little bit but I think a lot of times. People think youtube strategies like okay. I've got to make the most perfect video in the world. And you look at companies like dollarshaveclub drive for example Where they made this video goes crazy viral and then built the company up and then he sells to whoever sold for a billion dollars right. And so we're like okay. I've got to make the perfect youtube video and my people stress about and because they never actually make something at all versus like you told me book example talked about the strategy like Gillette or or other things like that we talked about that because that's a strategy that more people like me can actually do of not like going to make the perfect video instead. It's looking at it a little bit differently. We talked about how how how led to their strategy. How we can use that as well. Yeah so so. Here's thing when you guys are starting your Youtube Channel. Think of it like in the first thing you WanNa do is really go deep in unique whatever you're doing like so for example. Gillette what they did was. They didn't go out there and say well they did. They try to make a viral video like dollar shave club in a flat rate. So what they did was they said. Listen we want to dominate for the keyword? How to shave because people that watch how to shave videos by our product right to the shave your head how to save your back at a shave your legs right needed. All these videos that got hundreds thousands millions of US and they were very targeted to their subscribers. So the thing I would tell people is figure out what your knee. Shas figure out. What you're you're going to go after and go deep in that niche handle like the way you explained the whole blue ocean strategy and expert secrets Because you know the one thing you don't WanNa do is go and look at someone has a million subscribers and then follow what they do right so like say you're doing because you know they've already been established they already have a huge audience. Say you're doing Amazon. So you WANNA do is go through. Amazon. Say Okay. Make videos on Amazon Amazon. Fbi on Amazon drop shipping on Amazon affiliate and they go through hit every every time anything that would searching for Amazon. You WanNa make a video on and it doesn't have to be a perfect video like you said it just has to be engaging enough to get to get retention but doesn't have to be this high production video but we don't want to do is you don't WanNa make a video on Amazon video on how to make money online. Then make a video on procrastination and then they video on the current right you you want. You wanted to. If you're just starting like you want to create like this this is traffic lean. That Youtube knows okay. When Joe put the video out it's going to be on Amazon and then the then they'll start showing your video for more to more and more people that search like the Amazon stuff and then you could expand out there

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"siegen" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"siegen" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"That seems like such a surprising thing to say considering the streaming yeah marketplace but remember. This is such a different thing. Yes streaming but it's a different use his case it's a different way to shoot. It's completely different as I said. Script to screen innovation and give us the details about the lunch. Yes we launch on April sixth. But you don't have have to wait till then to get involved you can go to Qube DOT COM and become a qube insider and we'll tell you about news new shows and milestones and what the tech looks looks like and And then of course we'll let you know You know on April six when you can download the APP from either the apple APP store or the Google play store and then we find out if it's crazier genius. Yes this is the CEO of Corby. Thanks so much for talking with them. Thank you Whitman. Said qube will launch with one hundred and seventy five original shows and commissioned three hours of new content every day but unlike say Netflix or HBO or Disney plus. It'll have no library of existing video or shows to fall back on so so we'll see and now for some related links. Now listen I mean Chrissy Siegen is basically the best thing on the Internet right now so that all by itself is a pretty good draw but whether it's a five dollar a month draw remains to be seen or four ninety nine to be specific like meg. Whitman was the tech business site. Called the information is behind a very expensive K. wall but it didn't analysis of how how much money he has raised which is about one point four billion dollars and how much it's bending to commission all this new content which the information suggests is at least one one point five billion dollars. The story said the service seems to be banking on signing up a ton of subscribers. Right out of the gate and quoted Hollywood insiders who said part of the reason that established entertainment players like Viacom or comcast universal. Lionsgate put money into the originally was basically like a just in case but that most people don't expect it to do much. We'll have a link to that story on our website. Marketplace Tech Dot Org and now listen. I admit there is a lot about this. That feels like a hard self. The price the mobile only thing I mean I am at the very tip. Top of the range she describes as millennial meal. Which thank you Meg Whitman and I like my big screen Internet? TV A lot but all of that said you will not find a better saleswoman. Then Meg Meg Whitman. You Talk to her about fifteen minutes and you sit in that room thinking. Oh they're going to be fine. She has solved every single challenge that exists in streaming media. And then you leave the room and you go we second. What about data caps but anyway if anybody can sell this thing it's her we'll have more from? Cas All this week including the CEO. Okay oh up delta and a good hard look at when five G. is really GONNA get here. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech. This is A._p._N...

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"siegen" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on KTRH

"Ago, and we'll continue to serve the community in every way possible. It's in their DNA. Visit Easterns dot com today. Weather and traffic. Alexa, play KTAR h on iheartradio. Pure energy. Well, apparently there is water burger that I blew right past on seeing lane in. Baton rouge. And the funny thing is. Speak for calandro supermarket in Baton Rouge. And that's one of their two locations on Siegen, and I almost pulled off to stop in, because that's where the family calandro family will always be at the store, but I was trying to set if I was going to make it through and I didn't wanna get caught don't laugh. I don't wanna get caught in the five o'clock traffic in flake Charles because it's actually pretty bad. When the plant let's out, and I didn't want to which I did get stuck. But there was a Burger King. I mean a whatever on singing lane in Baton Rouge, as your first coming into Baton Rouge, if, if your westbound, and I completely blew through that there's also one in Lafayette, but it's a few miles north of some distance north of ten. I don't know how far north of tennis, but several people pointed that out, y'all are terrible. Guesses are very creative. There's a lot of places to hide illegal aliens. If you're in, in.

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"siegen" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"siegen" Discussed on WJR 760

"Show, Dr Joel con interventional cardiologists bestselling author founder of the Greenspace cafe and Greenspace to go. I think is what the other one is called there on the edge of Birmingham. He is going to talk to us about healthy eating in twenty nine thousand nine hundred. It's always a good topic. Hurry. It sure is healthy eating, and he'll have some interesting ideas. You know what? The I've read up on this stuff to get ready one of the hottest things going right now. And it's funny because sofi actually keeps me on top of this stuff because she is a vegan or Siegen Siegen. Maybe as what she calls it because she eats fish. Okay. But generally vegan, but she's been very hot on oatmeal. Oh, yes. It is. It is very much unpacked. My daughter was in for the Christmas holiday, and she bought some of it, very very popular say that these nine dairy milk. So they they can't call a milk really their spelling AM y L ks in some cases, but the non dairy milk like almond and coconut have been big over the past five years, but they say oatmeal can is going to outpace both of them by this year. I wonder if you get now. I didn't read up on this. Because she like I said she bought it. And she wanted everybody to tasted you tasted. I ended in coffee, and it was fine. Yeah. You know, what I like almond milk and stuff? So I don't have a problem is always used either soy milk or milk. Right. I wonder if you get the benefits, you know, how Oaten lower. Catch the benefits of that? I think that's the point. I do believe that you you do get the benefits and as long as you're not alert. There are no allergens unless you're allergic to oats. But other than that. The people who say they are gluten free is there. Maybe I'm showing my I don't know. I don't. I don't see if food item item they say that for example, Oatley a brand from Sweden has increased their production of its own melt by twelve hundred and fifty percents since two thousand seventeen. And Quaker the brand that's practically synonymous with oats here. Just released its own version of oatmeal to it's called beverage, and they should be hitting the grocery stores right now. It says while owed milk is relatively low in calories compared to other non dairy beverages. It has a high carbohydrate content. So it's not suitable for those looking to cut carbs. People are still trying to get cards, aren't they? Yeah, they are. In this talk more with Dr Joel con about this coming up at seven forty six. But it goes on to say bread is back. It's okay prebiotics will be the new probiotics tahini will be the new almond butter. Elderberry is going to be popular. Those are all good. I mean, they're tasty. And all that can anybody tell me how anybody can be so stupid, and I I'm not supposed to say stupid as so for us to say as a as a little kid daddy. We don't say stupid. Okay. Can anybody be so stupid to be doing this bird box challenge? Talk about a bird brained idea the bird brained challenge. I just saw them run a video on the today show. They must've run the thing five times in a row of what appears to be a mother and her two children, and she has them both blindfolded, and they're running from run room to the other and the littlest baby who three four maybe I don't even know if they're that old runs directly into a wall face, I because they have they have the the blinders on the they've got their eyes covered being bird brained, and these parents should know better and police are warning. I mean, east point place I had it in. My story is point police are asking people not to do this. There are pictures on social media of there's one in particular of two young women blindfolded taking a selfie in the middle of a street. Unbelievable. What is wrong with us as a people that we fall prey to this as sheep wool? We're all a bunch of sheep oil following the social media. Click. Click click click click. Like like like like like, oh, by the way, people really there. We are absolutely right here, by the way, there's a mayor COPA here. I still love the film love actually. But I realized that I've only seen it on airplanes in over the holiday. I saw the real film, and there was nudity in it that I had no idea was there in I've got nothing against nudity. But if I tell people about a film, and they should see it. I generally warn them in case, they don't like nudity in a film. Well, the playing movie the movie I saw on the airplane have any nudity hit no idea all of this stuff out. I'm watching it on television. Shame. Oh my gosh. I hope I didn't say this is a great family Christmas show. I would I don't think ever said that. No, I did not say family. And is telling me, well, why didn't you say anything to me? And she just said, I thought you've I thought you lost your mind because I saw it at home and saw the nudity. You should've told me I didn't I would have gone on forever. Not knowing there was nudity in love, actually because I saw it twice on airplanes. But I just saw F A theater. But the one I said for families was the new christmasy one with. Golly. Remember that? What would I call it? Brian you always remember this stuff. Yeah. I said it would be the new family classic that one. I saw on television. It was lovely Christmas. Chronicles that one. That's the one I pushed I love that pushed Christmas chronicles as a great new family tradition. That was a very good movie. Really sweet and full of you know, just kind of that wonder of Christmas, no nudity. No nudity. Santa was last year. It was last year that I was pushing love actually, I did mention it this year. But I didn't mention it as a family love to fly on the wall. When you discover the started screaming, I can I could see a Paul W Smith reaction. I couldn't believe that that was in there. And I never knew it because I pay only saw it on airplanes. All right. That's the trouble with being on airplanes so much, and depending on that for your social media and your movies already seven message and data rates may apply..

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