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  1. The Search Bachelor

    Being constantly crazed also creates other conundrums -- among them that we seem to have gotten away from vertical subject-matter experts (SMEs). Agencies need to make sure that they have enough SMEs to talk the language of their clients while...

  2. Social Media Marketing for Small Business

    Some SMMs may offer Yahoo Answers training solutions, designed to get SMEs up to speed quickly, and teach a few inside tricks. As Digg's algorithm favors larger, more trusted sites, SMEs cannot expect to do well on Digg routinely without a...

  3. Who Will Cry for the Newbies?

    The smart move for search sites and publishers was targeting small to medium advertisers (SMEs). The bulk of listings came from SMEs. Providing free tools to small and medium enterprise are certainly encouraging the use of online advertising for...

  4. Structured squeeze

    On a smaller scale, there have been CDOs backed by loans to Japanese SMEs, often structured using the securitisation support programme sponsored by the Japan Finance Corporation for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (JASME).

  5. Wordtracker Enhance Their Free Trial Offer

    At the start this can be especially daunting for SMEs, so the videos provide an easy step by step process so that businesses can get up to speed quickly. For the first time Wordtracker are offering a 1-week trial of their entire service and have...

  6. Speculating on suitability

    Corporates: SMEs A number of China- and Hong Kong-based small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been using derivatives - mainly related to Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index - but today they are finding themselves nursing painful losses, due to...

  7. India's central bank set to bar exotic derivatives

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the country's central bank, may be set to bar banks from selling exotic foreign exchange derivatives to corporates in the country over concerns of potential misselling to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

  8. Solvency II - Compromise in sight on draft directive

    A compromise that is believed to have been proposed would water down Article 90 to require market-consistent with-profits obligations to be deducted from statutory surplus funds, with a potential exception for German small and medium-sized...