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Enjoying Buenos Aires as a Local: people & history

Posted by on Dec 12, 2017 in Featured, Travel | 0 comments

Enjoying Buenos Aires as a Local: people & history

Tips to enjoy Buenos Aires as a local citizen

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The History of Gross National Happiness

Posted by on May 26, 2017 in Featured, History | 0 comments

Modern Origins of Happiness and Well-being Economics in Public Policy

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Venezuelans protest in Buenos Aires

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Featured, Politics | 0 comments

Venezuelans protest in Buenos Aires

Following an appointment that was made for today by Venezuelan government and opposition, Venezuelans met today in Caracas and also in many cities around the world.  In Buenos Aires, leftist Argentineans leaders called La Cámpora concentrated in front of Venezuelan Embassy in Luis María Campos Av. to support Maduro’s government, collapsing transit. Venezuelan opposition was also there. Due to the mass of people, Argentinean Federal Police divided both sides that started to insult each other. Leftist activists attacked the Venezuelan...

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Why Always Bolívar?

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016 in History, My posts on other websites, Politics | 0 comments

Originally published on March 4th 2016 on Caracas Chronicles. From birth, Venezuelans are surrounded by semi-mythical military heroes from history. They are on our bills, they’re in our public squares. They’re the people our schools, states, mountains, electric dams, parks and universities are named after. But one figure towers above them all: Simón Bolívar. Heroes fill a deep psychological need. They have attributes and qualities we, as regular human beings, don’t have. We expect them to solve problems we can’t deal with ourselves. In...

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Maracaibo, Venezuela

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 in Travel | 0 comments

Maracaibo, Venezuela

Originally posted on January, 2016 on Plank.   Point of View Maracaibo is the capital city of Zulia state in Venezuela, for hundreds of years it was the main door for Spaniards arriving to America, and as a port city, Maracaibo monopolized the economical aspect of this region. Today, with more than 1.500.000 inhabitants it has maintained its metropolitan character mixed with traditional values inherited from their indigenous ancestors most of the times, present in their food and music.   Tips and suggestions Use sun protector: The...

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What was Venezuela’s colonial economy like?

Posted by on Nov 6, 2015 in Economics, My posts on other websites, Politics | 0 comments

Originally published on November 6th 2015 on Caracas Chronicles. The first few waves of Spaniards to reach the Northern tip of South America were virtually all looking to get rich quick: more than settling what would become Venezuela, they were out to ransack any mineral wealth they could find there. As it turns out, other than the pearls off the island of Cubagua near Margarita, they mostly came up empty-handed. By the end of the 16th century, the get-rich-quick style adventurers were giving way to a different kind of colonist. Land was...

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Let’s discover Margarita

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in Caribbean, Caribbean Sea, Featured, Margarita, Travel, Travelling, Venezuela | 0 comments

Let’s discover Margarita

Travelling through the Caribbean Sea is a wonderful experience; you can meet new people, discover amazing cultures and enjoy the Caribbean sun. Have you ever been in Margarita? This lovely island is located in the Venezuelan Caribbean, its nickname is “Pearl of the Caribbean” (La perla del Caribe). Is one the islands that beside to Coche and Cubagua is located in the Venezuelan state of Nueva Esparta, Margarita is the biggest one. Before traveling to Venezuela   Playa Manzanillo As you probably have seen in the news, Venezuela has a currency...

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Living in Bonaire: Everything the Caribbean has to offer

Posted by on Dec 21, 2014 in Bonaire, Dutch Caribbean, Travel, Water sports | 0 comments

Published by Cuanto on October, 2014 In the middle of the Caribbean Sea, between North and South America, Bonaire warmly welcomes tourists from all over the world, whether those interested in diving and other aquatic sports, or those who just want to enjoy the Caribbean with a European touch.Bonaire, which is now part of BES islands, covers a land of 294 km2 and was originally inhabited by the Caquetio Indians from Venezuela. Today has a population of 17.408 inhabitants, who can enjoy different activities. Bonaire is a well known place where...

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Video content marketing and your online strategy

Posted by on May 23, 2014 in Featured, Marketing | 0 comments

Video content marketing and your online strategy

Today, online videos have become a very popular platform to show products and services; currently at YouTube, one of the most popular platforms, 100 hours of video are uploaded every minute. In order for any video content to have significant impact on a business online marketing strategy, some requirements must be met; target segmentation is one of them, knowing their interests and talking about them on videos. Another strategy to make video marketing successful is to make it ritual: it is a good sign if the target is eagerly waiting for new...

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How G+ can improve your business’s B2B marketing strategy

Posted by on Apr 11, 2014 in B2B, Featured, Marketing | 0 comments

How G+ can improve your business’s B2B marketing strategy

B2B, also known as Business to Business, is a marketing strategy that allows organizations or companies to sell their products or services to other companies that resell them.  Using B2B as a marketing strategy helps companies make easier negotiations between buyer and seller, while at the same time reducing competition. In order to improve your B2B marketing strategy, using Google+ must be a task on your list. Why? Well, here are a few reasons: Index: Posting an article through Google+ will help you index it easier on Google. We all want to...

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