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Amazon Air Expands, FedEx And UPS May Suffer

Amazon aims to compete with FedEx and UPS in the logistics and shipping industry. That’s what analysts told CNBC after Amazon Air recently expanded to 50 planes and announced it will open a $1.5 billion air hub in Northern Kentucky in 2021. Amazon is handling up to 26% of its own shipping, meaning FedEx, UPS and the U.S. Postal Service are losing a portion of Amazon’s business. FedEx says it’s not worried, but Morgan Stanley reports the major shippers have already lost 2% revenue to Amazon Air. (Published on Feb 16, 2019 )



Charlie Munger talks about investing and life choices that secure prosperity

Published on May 9, 2019 A business empire needs decisive leadership, but also a steady hand. For over 40 years, Charlie Munger has been the latter for Berkshire Hathaway. As Berkshire’s Vice Chairman, the 95-year-old Munger is Warren Buffett’s right-hand man. He’s also an investing legend in his own right. Munger ran a firm in the 1960s and ’70s that scored returns of over 24% per year. He’s here to talk about how to make investment decisions and life choices that help secure prosperity and longevity.

Charlie Munger Berkshire Hathaway.
Published on May 9, 2019 Influencers with Andy Serwer



Technology Points we will reach by 2030 with Future Traveling on IoT

Tipping points we will reach by 2030. From driverless cars to robotic workers

Many emerging technologies that you hear about today will reach a tipping point by 2025, according to a recent report from The World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software & Society.

1 trillion sensors will be connected to the internet by 2022.

1 trillion sensors will be connected to the internet by 2022.

21 technology tipping points we will reach by 2030

1     90% of the population will have unlimited and free data storage by 2018.

2    The first robotic pharmacist will arrive in the US 2021.

3    1 trillion sensors will be connected to the internet by 2022.

4     10% of the world’s population will be wearing clothes connected to the internet by 2022.

5     The first 3D-printed car will be in production by 2022.

6     The first implantable mobile phone will become commercially available in 2025.

7     The first government to replace its census with big-data technologies by 2023.

8     10% of reading glasses will be connected to the internet by 2023.

9     80% of people on earth will have a digital presence online by 2023.

10    A government will collect taxes for the first time via blockchain 2023.

11    90% of the global population will have a supercomputer in their pocket by 2023.

12    Access to the Internet will become a basic right by 2024.

13    The first transplant of a 3D-printed liver will occur 2024.

14    More than 50% of Internet traffic to homes will be from appliances and device by 2024.

15    5% of consumer products will be 3D-printed.

16    30% of corporate audits will be performed by artificial intelligence 2025.

17    Globally, more trips will be made using car sharing programs than privately owned cars by 2025.

18    Driverless cars will account for 10% of all cars in the US.

19    The first AI machine will join a corporate board of directors 2026.

20    The first city with more than 50,000 people and no traffic lights will come into existence by 2026.

21    10% of global gross domestic product will be stored using blockchain technology 2027.

As blockchain technology take off, more money will be stored using the technology.
According to the report, the total worth of Bitcoin in the blockchain is around $20 billion, or about 0.025% of global GDP of around $80 trillion. By 2027, about 10% of the global GDP will be stored using blockchain.

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EUROPEAN SEAFOOD EXPOSITION 2012 Brussels April 24th-26th News Review

Sjávarútvegssýningar  í Brussel í 20 ár    Netkaup.is

16.05.2012 | Islandsstofa.is     Netkaup.is
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Tuttugu ár eru liðin frá því sjávarútvegssýningarnar í Brussel, European Seafood Exposition og Seafood Processing Europe voru settar á laggirnar. Ísland hefur verið með þjóðarbása á sýningunum frá upphafi sem fara stækkandi milli ára, en um 30 íslensk fyrirtæki tóku þátt í ár.

Hr. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, forseti Íslands, heimsótti sýningarnar og heilsaði upp á íslensku sýnendurna. Hann var einnig viðstaddur sérstaka móttöku á sýningarbás Íslandsstofu sem skipulögð var í samvinnu við sendiráð Íslands í Brussel en þar mætti fjöldi erlendra og innlendra gesta.

Fyrir Íslendinga er sýningin orðin fastur liður margra aðila í greininni að sækja heim.
Sýningarnar eru jafnan vettvangur alls hins besta og framsæknasta sem sjávarútvegsfyrirtæki heimsins og fyrirtækja sem þjónusta sjávarútveginn hafa upp á að bjóða. Í ár tóku rúmlega 1600 sýnendur þátt í ESE-sýningunni og sýnendur á SPE sýningunni, sem er vettvangur véla- og tækjaframleiðenda, voru rúmlega 200 talsins.


How SEO With Video Can Rank You On Google’s First Page.

How SEO With Video Can Rank You On Google’s First Page with moderately competitive keywords.  You can use PPC but if you don´t know what you are doing you might as well throw your money away.  The Method is with VIDEO  to rank on Google´s first page in 3 days.  Above those with hundred of thousunds of back links pointing to them http://www. etc.

It takes an average of 3 days to get your VIDEO ranked high for almost any KEYWORD.  Dominate the search SEO game now and you can  sell using VIDEO with good ROI.  Return on Investment.    Andy Jenkins.


Cannes Lions 2011: Lessons Learned The future will be social, digital, and out of control—but there will be rosé. www.netkaup.is

Smelltu hér : http://www.adweek.com/video/advertising-branding/cannes-lions-2011-lessons-learned-133082?auto

CANNES has changed.  This year feels very different.  It´s so much less about film and television work.  Everybody is here.  The digital companies, the advertisers, the media companies, brands like APPLE, FACEBOOK, GOOGLE & TWITTER.  The digital companies are leading the change.   The future is “awesome”.

The Cannes Consensus        –        www.netkaup.is

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Bloggers are starting to wake up to the fact that a Facebook page is now a necessity for marketing their brand and spreading their ideas to a global audience.Facebook is often seen as a the marketing channel that in the majority is mainly used by B2C brands which focus on consumers.

It is only recently that bloggers have started to embrace Facebook as a legitimate marketing platform for engaging and selling their services and products and communicate with their fans and followers.

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Lady Gaga worldwide popularity

Lady GaGa says that she doesn’t see herself as being a big success despite her worldwide popularity.

SEO says this Lady is a big success running the social media and online marketing strategies.

Lady Gaga    –    Bad Romance           www.netkaup.is

Samfélagsmiðlar : Mesta bylting sem orðið hefur í markaðsmálum og menningu fyrirtækja fyrr og síðar

Úr fyrirlestri Andrésar Jónssonar um social media ( 1 af 3 ) .wmv

Leyndarmálið við markaðssetningu á netinu ?


Anik Singal reveals whether all the stuff he “sells” is just B.S. and he’s actually HIDING the “REAL” secrets just for him and his buddies.

Leyndarmálið á bak við markaðssetningu á netinu er : Mikil vinna & ekki gefast upp.

Netkaup – Úr sólkerfum himnanna – Stærðareiningar :

Flutningstími á netrænum upplýsingum í framtíðinni mun skipta miklu máli.

Hraði ljóssins (mesti þekkti hraði) er ákveðin hindrun.

Hraðinn er ekki  nægur ef við gefum okkur að maðurinn ætli sér að eiga rafræn samskipti í rauntíma yfir langar vegalengdir himingeimsins.

Samanburður, á stærð þekktra fyrirbæra himingeimsins er fróðlegur.  Sjá meðfylgjandi dæmi .

Amazon New Kindle Its Top-Selling Product

Amazon Says New Kindle Is Its Top-Selling Product » Amazon-Kindle-3-ereader


Giant online retailer Amazon.com announced Monday that the latest version of its popular Kindle e-reader has become the top-selling item in the company’s history — surpassing the previous champ,Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7).

On Christmas Day, Amazon said, more people activated new Kindles and bought more e-books than on any other day in the company’s history. Kindle (Wi-Fi) and Kindle 3G devices were the best-selling products on Amazon this holiday season, the company said.

As usual, Amazon did not say exactly how many Kindles the company has sold, but Forrester Research’s James McQuivey has estimated that by the end of the year, Amazon will have sold about 6 million units.

Company CEO Jeff Bezos did use the occasion to take a veiled shot at those who said that fancier tablet computers like Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Android-powered Galaxy Tab — which are much more expensive than Kindles and offer more features — would crush Amazon’s signature e-reader. Not even one year ago, tech pundits were predicting Kindle’s demise at the hands of iPad.

“Customers report using their LCD tablets for games, movies and web browsing, and their Kindles for reading sessions,” Bezos said in a statement. “They report preferring Kindle for reading because it weighs less, eliminates battery anxiety with its month-long battery life, and has the advanced paper-like Pearl E Ink display that reduces eyestrain, doesn’t interfere with sleep patterns at bedtime, and works outside in direct sunlight, an important consideration, especially for vacation reading.”

“Kindle’s $139 price point is a key factor — it’s low enough that people don’t have to choose,” Bezos added.

To be sure, Monday’s announcement is almost entirely self-serving on the part of Bezos and Amazon, but you have to give the company some credit for managing to withstand the onslaught of smartphones and tablets that pose competitive threats to the Kindle.

The simple fact is, the product is a hit.

Ben Schachter, an analyst with Macquarie Research, believes that Amazon is poised to continue its strong performance.

“Amazon has rewarded the bulls and confounded the bears for years,” Schachter wrote in a recent note to clients, in which he initiated coverage of the company with an “Outperform” rating. “Through it all, very few would argue that the company’s execution has been anything other than remarkable. Even fewer would argue that the secular shift of retail to online from offline will abate.”

Schachter has a $205 price target on the stock, which closed trading Monday at $182.14.

10 valkostir skoðaðir sem auka framlegð iPhone, BlackBerry eða Android.

Smellið á linkinn  :  http://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/217820

Tíminn er dýrmætur

Time is the small-business owner’s most precious commodity. So when an app comes along that promises to boost productivity or save you time and money — and actually delivers — we’re all ears. Here are 10 mobile apps that could change the way you do business.

Smelltu á linkinn :  http://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/217820

Richard Branson on the Power of Your People

By Richard Branson |   January 4, 2011
Richard Branson: Innovation
The celebrated entrepreneur shares his five  best tips for business success.

The people factor appears over and over on my list of top five tips. It is the basis of many entrepreneurial successes and, because many business leaders discount it, innumerable failures. While the current thinking in business schools holds that all someone with an idea needs to succeed are focus, clarity and a good business plan, I have found that bringing together a great team that’s united by strong motivation, determination and bravery is much more important. Here’s how to get started.

No. 1: Find good people.

The successes of Virgin businesses such as Active, Atlantic, Money and Mobile were all based on our assembling a great management team that had a vision, passion and a real sense of ownership. We look for leaders with the ability to listen to feedback from employees and customers — this is crucial to keeping a service or product fresh and innovative. Often, when things start going wrong, you’ll notice the staff members feel ignored and good ideas are not bubbling to the top. Leaders should have the character to make tough decisions and the passion and ability to inspire their staff and carry them through difficult times. Our best CEOs tend to be unconcerned about the size of their office or the thickness of the carpet.

No. 2: Realize that the employees are the business.

A successful business isn’t the product or service it sells, its supply chain or its corporate culture: It is a group of people bound together by a common purpose and vision. In Virgin’s case, we fly the same planes as our competitors and our gyms offer much of the same equipment as other gyms. What separates our businesses from the competition? Our employees. The best designed business plan will come to nothing if it is not carried out by an enthusiastic and passionate staff. This is especially true when things go slightly wrong; a friendly and proactive team can often win people round, averting a potential disaster or even turning it to your benefit.

No. 3: Always look for the best in your people. Lavish praise, never criticize.

Rather than focusing on mistakes, a leader needs to catch someone doing something right every day. If this culture of fostering employee development through praise and recognition starts at the top, it will go far toward stamping out the employee fear of failure that can stunt a business, particularly in its early days. When mistakes happen — which is inevitable — I always take the position that you have to learn from them, not dwell on what went wrong. It’s almost always better not to go over the obvious with the people involved. They know exactly what happened.

No. 4: Don’t take yourself too seriously.

We at Virgin pride ourselves on finding the fun in our businesses. We try to ensure our staff and customers feel a sense of warmth and affection. I have led from the front on this — dressing up in costumes, trying all manner of stunts (not all going 100 percent right!), and generally showing that I do not take myself too seriously. My approach will not work for all businesses, but keeping a sense of perspective and not allowing management to be seen as aloof will help keep your staff onside. To foster a personal interest in clients’ needs, it’s crucial to ensure employees enjoy what they’re doing. Everyone must be proud of the company. This is vital to building lasting success and ensuring an edge over the competition. To find employees who will take such an interest in our customers, we look for people who show genuine enthusiasm and character.

No. 5: Just do it.

Finally, you must have the bravery to give it a go. Starting a business is a big risk; an entrepreneur needs resolve and conviction to overcome the early hurdles. Most start-ups fail in the first few years, so a key ingredient of success is the ability to pick yourself up and try again.

If it starts to look like your business is not going to make it, some on your team might start to lose courage. At that crucial time, your knowledge of the people factor may make or break your company.

Questions from readers will be answered in future columns. Please send them toBransonQuestions@Entrepreneur.com. Please include your name and country in your question.

Richard Branson on Taking Chances

Richard Branson: Innovation

By Richard Branson |   December 27, 2010

The celebrated entrepreneur shares his advice on following your dreams and why he always challenges conventional wisdom.

Editor’s Note: Entrepreneur Richard Branson regularly shares his business experience and advice with readers. What follows is the latest edited round of insightful responses. Ask him a question and your query might be the inspiration for a future column.

Australians are a natural market for all things Virgin. They share the sense of fun and the entrepreneurial spirit that motivates my companies. Maybe that’s why I get a lot of questions from Down Under. Here are some recent ones.

Q: I don’t have enough confidence to give up my career in banking and follow my dream of starting a business as a personal trainer. Should I continue with banking since I am still somewhat enjoying it? ~ Leon Belobrov, Australia

A: When you decide to pursue an entrepreneurial venture, you have to confront your doubts and fears; sometimes you just have to go for it. Many times I have hesitated before launching a new venture or investment, even after my team and I have vetted it and we’re ready to go ahead. I’m lucky that I have a great network of friends and advisers to take soundings from.

If you believe that your personal training business can succeed, draw up a short plan describing how it would be different from other such businesses, how you would build it up and attract customers. Discuss this plan with trusted friends or advisers (make sure you ask people individually, and not as a group). Collecting and acting on this feedback is a crucial step before launching any business.

I can’t help you make this decision without knowing more about your situation. However, I can tell you that when I have to decide whether or not to go ahead with a new venture, I have often found that intuition is my best guide. What does your intuition tell you? If you decide to go ahead, be prepared for a bumpy ride. Most entrepreneurs fail the first time they enter a market – or at the very least have to recover from a tricky scrape.

Q. Do you believe a company’s purpose – why employees do what they do – is more or less important than the way they do it? ~ Bec Kennedy, Australia

A: I have long felt that a business cannot simply work if no care and attention is paid to its staff, customers and environment. It may bring in money for a short while, but I doubt it will be sustainable. Being efficient, effective and profitable are important goals for any company. But doing business in a responsible and fair way is just as important, if not more so, in the long run. This is what will engage and motivate your employees to be more effective and deliver better service, which in turn will encourage customers to come back and spend money with you. This virtuous circle will continuously improve your business.

Q: What one piece of invaluable, golden advice could you offer a 27-year-old aspiring businessman? ~ Drue Schofield, Brisbane, Australia

A: Follow your heart; do something you are really passionate about. The Virgin businesses that have done well over the years have always been the ones where we came up with an idea that everyone in the company really cared about and was committed to. The sales figures usually proved our point later.

Q: Virgin Atlantic provides a great example of how technical operations staff in their behind-the-scenes role can work with employees on the front lines serving customers. What’s the best way to ensure alignment of such diverse roles and responsibilities? ~ Anne Wilson, Australia

A: I have always challenged the accepted wisdoms of any industry we have gone into, and we try to encourage our CEOs and staff to do so as well – especially, to see things from the customer’s perspective. You can see this in the touches that differentiate our airline – the limos to the airport, the lounge at the airport, even the ice cream we offer customers when they are watching movies. A lot of these ideas bubble up from within because we ask our senior team, marketing people, engineers and, most importantly, the cabin crew to contribute ideas and help keep our service fresh and innovative.

Questions from readers will be answered in future columns. Please send them to BransonQuestions@Entrepreneur.com. Please include your name and country in your question.

Netkaup – Merking hugtaksins í daglegri umræðu


Netkaup  – Merking hugtaksins  í daglegri umræðu

Netkaup er íslenskt hugtak,  sem lýsir tiltekinni  viðskipta framkvæmd á internetinu.  Sbr. enska hugtakið:  Internet  (online) business.  Hugtakið netkaup snertir upplýsingagjöf, kaup og sölu á netinu.

Netkaup eru stunduð í viðskiptalegum tilgangi á rafrænan hátt ýmist gegn gjaldi eða með rafrænni færslu án endurgjalds.  Hugtakið netkaup í íslensku máli er táknrænt fyrir ákveðna aðgerð og um leið lýsandi fyrir hin nýju tækifæri samtímans.

Aukin áhrif netkaupa birtast í sífellt vaxandi fjölda viðskipta og tilboða á  netinu.  Fyrirtæki bjóða margs konar vörur og þjónustu með rafrænum og gagnvirkum  hætti.  Einstaklingar nýta sér ný tækifæri netsins með auknum samskiptum innbyrðis.

Þróun í verslun og viðskiptum á internetinu hefur verið hröð.  Rafrænar vörur og netkaup hafa rutt brautina og skapað rekstrargrundvöll margs konar tækninýjunga og nýsköpunar.

Netræn (nútíma) samskipti byggjast  á rafrænum tölvusamskiptum og/eða  nýjustu farsímatækni.

Netkaup skapa framfarir og breytingar á ýmsum sviðum. Ýmsar opinberar stofnanir efla samkeppni  í reksti og  auka hagkvæmni með netkaupum.

Greiðsla netkaupa er ýmist framkvæmd ;  með greiðslukorti, með greiðslu póstkröfu  eða með beinni millifærslu af bankareikningi.

Traust og trúverðugleiki skiptir miklu máli fyrir netkaup.

Skjótvirkur flutningur vörunnar er mjög mikilvægur og stuðlar að eflingu viðskipta yfir netið.

Helstu ókostir við netkaup eru sjálfsafgreiðsla í stað lifandi þjónustu.  Þessir ókostir geta leitt til óöryggis hjá viðskiptavinum.  Ýmsar leiðir má fara til að bæta úr þessu.  Það er  t.d. nokkuð algengt varðandi netkaup á dýrum vörum  að viðskiptavinur óskar eftir sérstakri (auka) staðfestingu símleiðis samhliða rafrænni staðfestingu á netinu.   Mörg netfyrirtæki  notafæra sér þetta tækifæri.  Þau líta á símasambandið við viðskiptavininn sem einstakt auglýsingatækifæri sem ávallt ber að nýta til að efla samskipti, þjónustu og traust.


Nco online  –  4U

Netkaup.is – Marketing formula – Nco Online – 4U

Welcome to Netkaup.is :

Online empire success formula 4U !


17 categories of netkaup.is online success.

Netkaup.is  – Marketing formula –  Nco Online – 4U

Internet marketing    : www.netkaup.is : Nco Online – 4U

Upplýsingagjöf  &  Sala á Internetinu

Netkaup Marketing Formula : A  B  C  D (Tungumál : English & ísl.)

A  The Netkaup  market formula  :   Val á markaði

Interest (passion) + Big competitive market x Data from research tools = Nco niche market

B  The Netkaup product formula :  Val á vöru

Competition research + Type of product x Automated development = Nco product # 1

C  The Netkaup marketing and traffic formula :  Val á markaðssetningu

Free traffic + Paid traffic x Sales funnel = Nco building sales

D  The Netkaup list formulaViðskiptamannahópur

Leads list + customer list x strategic promotions = Nco Diversify & explore revenue

What is Netkaup.is  ?     Why build Netkaup  –   Nco Online –  4U ?

Netkaup.is stendur fyrir upplýsingagjöf,  kaup og sölu á internetinu  –  Nco Online – 4U

Markaður Netkaup  –  Nco Online er netmarkaður heimsins.  Áætluð tala netverja þar er  1.8 miljarðar manna og fer ört stækkandi.  Tengslanet Netkaup  –   Nco Online og list building  er tengt bæði Evrópu annars vegar og USA hins vegar.

Markmiðið : www.netkaup.is er að skapa aukna umferð (traffic) og stækka viðskiptamannahóp fyrirtækisins Netkaup.is  –  Nco Online – 4U.

Hugtakið Netkaup.is stendur fyrir kaup, sölu og upplýsingagjöf á netinu, undir kjörorðunum

Gefðu   –  Aflaðu  –  Hafðu gaman

Netkaup.is og tækni leitarvéla

Netkaup og tækni leitarvéla á internetinu.

Með tækni leitarvéla er mögulegt að skapa hnitmiðaða traffík með SEO, beint inn á þína heimasíðu, markvissar heimsóknir, umferð án endurgjalds.

Netkaup.is leggur til aðstoð og ýmsar gagnlegar upplýsingar varðandi markaðssetningu í sambandi við kaup og sölu á vörum og þjónustu á internetinu.

Kjörorðið er :     Gefðu  –  Aflaðu  –  Hafðu gaman

“The Traffic-Getting Technology Brings Free Targeted Traffic To Your Website Today. It Works Its Magic In Any Market..


17 categories of netkaup.is

Scheduled : To be published in the next two weeks.

netkaup.is /ask qustions get answers
netkaup.is /branding
netkaup.is /payment-processors/clickbank
netkaup.is /copywriting
netkaup.is /email-marketing
netkaup.is /entrepreneurial-life
netkaup.is /list-building
netkaup.is /entrepreneurial-life/mutliple-projects
netkaup.is /offline-marketing
netkaup.is /online-empire-strategy
netkaup.is /online-marketing
netkaup.is /personal-development
netkaup.is /product-launches
netkaup.is /public-speaking
netkaup.is /squeeze-pages
netkaup.is /online-marketing/traffic-generation
netkaup.is /viral-marketing


www.netkaup.is – Velkomin ! Welcome !




In English:

 Give,  Earn & Have fun

“The Traffic-Getting Technology Brings Free Targeted Traffic To Your Website Today. It Works Its Magic In Any Market… It Even Crushes The Most Highly Competitive Markets Like Digital Cameras and Plasma TVs… This Netkaup.is Brings Me Free Search Engine Traffic, Free Customers, and Free Money Every Single Day Like Clockwork…


Á íslensku :

Gefðu, Aflaðu & Hafðu Gaman 

Með tækni internetsins er mögulegt að skapa hnitmiðaða traffík, markvissar heimsóknir, umferð án endurgjalds, beint inn á þína heimasíðu.

Markaðssetning á netinu :

Netkaup.is leggur til aðstoð og ýmsar gagnlegar upplýsingar varðandi markaðssetningu á netinu – við kaup og sölu á vöru og þjónustu gegnum netið.

Árni Rafnsson