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Cómo buscar trabajo con Twitter #infografia #infographic #empleo #socialmedia

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Cómo buscar trabajo con Twitter

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10 tipologías de trabajadores #infografia #infographic #rrhh

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Quit Wasting Money On Internet Impulse Purchases


The Internet has brought an amazing array of merchandise into our lives and onto our doorsteps. However, being able to order a crate of hamburger-shaped cookies from Japan or a complete DVD box set of “Friends” episodes at 3 A.M. during a spell of insomnia isn’t always a good thing. Especially when you’re trying to eliminate debt and/or cut down on spending.

How do you banish online impulse spending from your life? Here are some tips to get you started from the ever-wise biscuits over at WiseBread.



  1. Make a budget and stick to it. If you have Excel or a free equivalent, it should be easy to make your (Here’s a template for newer versions of Office.) Allocate a certain amount every month for frivolous spending, and spend only that amount.

  2. Don’t store your credit card info. It is so easy to revisit a site you’ve shopped at before and put through a purchase without even having to get up from the couch because your credit card information is all stored there. Delete that stored information, and you not only protect yourself a little bit from data breaches, but you also add a barrier to additional spending, forcing you to reconsider.

    Obviously, this doesn’t work for every purchase: monthly subscriptions require a card on file; account for these when making your budget.



  3. Use a dedicated account. Set up and fund a PayPal, Google Wallet, or other e-wallet account only for online shopping. This works best if you only shop at places that accept these forms of payment, of course, but maybe that’s even better: it limits the amount you can spend and where you can shop.

  4. Use gift cards. Once you spend down your card balance, that’s it. no impulse purchases above the amount you’ve planned.

  5. Don’t join e-mail lists. Cashier at the mall asks for your address? Don’t give it out: avoid the trap. If your favorite retailers send you coupons, unsubscribe. Banish the temptation.

  6. Don’t subscribe to Amazon Prime. A Wise Bread reader suggested this in the comments, and it’s a useful suggestion if you tend to make a lot of little Amazon purchases.


This Is How You Stop Online Impulse Spending [WiseBread]




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

Cómo crear un buen tweet #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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Cómo hacer un concurso en Twitter #infografia #infographic #socialmedia

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Todo lo que debes saber sobre coworking #infografia #infographic

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Would You Rent A $50,000 Watch?


Do you have lots of disposable income, a love of fine timepieces, and a tendency to get bored with the things that you buy within a few months, no matter how pricey they are? Maybe watch-rental startup Eleven James is for you. It’s a company that lends out fine wristwatches like they’re Netflix DVDs.

The startup went into business last year, but we learned about it just today from a CNBC story (warning: auto-play video) about the company. Apparently, it is attracting actual customers. Memberships start at $250 a month: much like the DVD-mailing end of Netflix, customers pay more according to how many watches they want to use at any given time.


How do you choose the watch that’s right for you? “Our Concierge will develop a personalized watch profile based on your preferences and lifestyle to ensure every timepiece you receive exceeds your expectations,” explains the company’s site. “Internet watch-rental concierge” was not a Career Day option when I was in high school.


Company founder Randy Brandoff says that this model fits in with the lifestyle of his customers, who don’t want to buy something that will just depreciate in value as they get bored with it. “The first six months after they buy a watch, they love it. The second six months, they don’t love it as much. And by the third six months, it gets put on the pile and replaced by one or numerous others.”


Rent-a-Rolex? Luxe watches go timeshare [CNBC] (Warning: auto-play video)




by Laura Northrup via Consumerist

The Dogecoin Race Car Is A Reality And It Is Every Bit As Amazing As We’d Hoped

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A few weeks back, we told you how supporters of the Dogecoin virtual currency had banded together on Reddit in just a few days to raise enough money to sponsor NASCAR driver Phil Parsons’ car. The car itself has finally been revealed and it is, well… it is.


Parsons unveiled the Dogecoin car last night on Twitter, and the paint job is so much better than we’d expected based on the initial sketches.


Not only does it feature the thoughtful Shiba Inu dog that sparked the Dogecoin meme, but the design also incorporates some random thoughts popping into its head. Where else at a NASCAR race are you going to see a car with the word “shoe” painted in comic sans on its hood for no reason other than it’s funny?


Here at Consumerist HQ, we think Parsons might actually gain a competitive advantage by driving such a frickin’ awesome vehicle.


“Can you imagine being another driver and passing that car with that dog looking at you?” imagined one of my colleagues. “It would go, LOL->crash->hospital.”


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Not that we wish a crash on any driver; we just think the Dogecoin car will be hilariously distracting.


The Dogecoin car will make its debut this weekend during the Aaron’s 499 Sprint Cup race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.


[via dailywhat]




by Chris Morran via Consumerist