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Allow Bayoubuzz Products and Services supercharge your business

We can help you create and deliver your message to your most-desired audiences.  Here's how: 

BANNER ADS: We'll create banner ads of any size, for Bayoubuzz.com and/or any site 
ADVERTORIALS: Via text, images and/or video, we'll tell and promote your news or message
WEBINAR/WEBCASTS; Educate new or existing audiences
EVENT VIDEO SHOWCASE: We will video your event and create a promotional showcase
OTHER SERVICES: Text ads, videos, newsletters, sponsorships, more

STEPS TO SUCCESS: 
Step 1.  Read and/or watch the information below
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Step 2.  Fill out the form below and submit your inquiries to us.  We will review and will respond to you with an offer that meets your needs and your wallet.
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If you would like to speak about any of these opportunities, simply email us or call 504-339-3254.

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Hangouts, Video Summaries, Banners

Using Google Hangouts, we can create advertorial videos, interviews, webinars and webcasts. Also, we can provide professional banner ads to promote these and other services.
ADVERTORIALS: Via text, images and/or video, we'll tell and promote your news or message
WEBINAR/WEBCASTS; Educate new or existing audiences
BANNER ADS: We'll create banner ads of any size, for Bayoubuzz.com and/or any site

We can video your events

Let us video your event and create a "Bayoubuzz event showcase"


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Amazon Joins Google and Facebook in Exposing Tech’s Gender Gap

Friday, 31 October 2014 17:53
Getty Images The diversity reports keep on coming. Following in the footsteps of Apple, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and others, Amazon has released the diversity statistics of its workforce, and they’re in line with what we’ve seen from its many tech competitors. At the management level, Amazon is largely white and male. Many have long complained about the gender gap in the tech world—and other diversity issues—but as of late, the groundswell of public discussion has…

Tech Strategist: How Facebook And Twitter Are Stealing Google's Market Share

Friday, 31 October 2014 09:46
View photo. Technology stock strategist Sean Udall doesn’t think Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) will ever charge its users. He said the users, themselves, are the ultimate money-makers for this type of company, because they track data and do directive marketing and advertising based on it. “The user community for all of these platforms is way more valuable to advertisers because of the underlying data they can get than it would be if they started charging…

Ad Wars: Facebook's Atlas Takes On Google

Friday, 31 October 2014 03:40
On Facebook’s earnings call this week, management stunned investors with plans to ramp spending as much as 75% in 2015, more than double the 35% analysts expected. Why the spending spurt? Maybe a decision Facebook made about a year ago to expand from one core blue app to a vast collection of apps, many performing single functions. Young users want the latest apps and tend to manage circles of friends by separating them onto different…

Facebook Leads Social Traffic, Pinterest Second

Thursday, 30 October 2014 16:29
Social media marketing is one of the most effective ways to increase traffic to your website. But forget sites like Twitter, Reddit, StumbleUpon and LinkedIn. A new report reveals that Facebook and Pinterest — and maybe even Google+ — are your safest bets. Content sharing and amplification platform Shareaholic released this week its quarterly social media traffic report, indicating that Facebook drives the most traffic to websites, with Pinterest being its strongest contender. Google+, though…

Cramer: Facebook, IBM, Google, Twitter face-off

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:14
Now, in contrast, let's look at a few former market golden children. Remember when IBM's five-year plan was to buy back shares, and Wall Street was head over heels in love? Well, it turns out that got them to the lowest rung of the S&P 500. How about Twitter? "All I can say after listening to its call is that I wish it had a plan, let alone a five-year plan. How about a five-month…

Cramer: Facebook face-off with IBM, Google & Twitter

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:14
Now, in contrast, let's look at a few former market golden children. Remember when IBM's five-year plan was to buy back shares, and Wall Street was head over heels in love? Well, it turns out that got them to the lowest rung of the S&P 500. How about Twitter? "All I can say after listening to its call is that I wish it had a plan, let alone a five-year plan. How about a five-month…

Facebook, Google, and the Rise of Open Source Security Software

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:09
Getty Images Facebook chief security officer Joe Sullivan says that people like Mike Arpaia are hard to find. Arpaia is a security engineer, but he’s not the kind who spends his days trying to break into computer software, hoping he can beat miscreants to the punch. As Sullivan describes him, he’s a “builder”—someone who creates new tools capable of better protecting our computer software—and that’s unusual. “You go to the security conferences, and it’s all…

Unmasking Yelp Users Would Hurt Free Speech, Warn Google and Facebook

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 09:09
By Jacob Gershman @[email protected] @[email protected] Hadeed says his business, Hadeed Carpet Cleaning of Springfield, Va., suffered following a string of negative online reviews.Matt McLoone for The Wall Street Journal Google, Facebook and Twitter are warning that giving companies the power to unmask anonymous Yelp reviewers would strike a blow to Internet free speech. “The right to speak anonymously would be greatly diminished if those who objected to anonymous speech could readily employ civil discovery to…

Facebook spending gets thumbs up from analysts - if not investors

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 07:06
By Tenzin Pema and Supantha Mukherjee (Reuters) - Another day, another quarterly report from a technology company that disappointed investors. Facebook Inc's shares were set to open about 6 percent lower on Wednesday, a day after the company revealed aggressive spending plans for 2015. But analysts were taking a more upbeat view, saying the heavy spending will drive long-term growth and reinforce the social networking giant's market dominance. No brokerages cut their recommendation on the…

Google Fit Takes on HealthKit With Detailed Fitness Tracking

Wednesday, 29 October 2014 05:04
Less than two months after the launch of Apple's Health app, Google has emerged with its own answer: Google Fit. Available now, this free fitness app uses your Android phone and a variety of compatible wearables to provide a detailed view of your everyday exercise activity. Whereas Apple's Health aims to measure every imaginable health parameter from blood pressure to sleep, Google Fit is all about, well, getting fit. Without any accessories required, the app…
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