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Published By: Location3     Published Date: Sep 04, 2018
Location3 client Mountain Mike’s Pizza and their franchisees face significant competitive challenges when advertising on Google, which ultimately requires the need to be both incredibly efficient with campaign setup and incredibly precise when managing bids and local budgets. A quick Google keyword search for “pizza near me” in Mountain Mike’s home state of California yields over 58,000,000 results (“pizza delivery” yields 56,000,000) and often features a predictable set of ad results from industry giants like Domino’s and Pizza Hut, among others. Suffice it to say that buying “pizza”-related terms in AdWords can get incredibly expensive, incredibly quickly, if a local franchisee’s budgets and bids are not managed with precision. When you combine that fact with limited location-level advertising budgets, our team atLocation3 was presented with a significant challenge in helping Mountain Mike’s Pizza generate increases in customer pizza orders while simultaneously ensuring that ad spen
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marketing, local marketing, franchise, franchisor, digital marketing, multi-location businesses, mountain mike's pizza, paid search
    
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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Feb 27, 2018
When Facebook released their bot feature, M, the virtual assistant living inside their Messenger platform, it was billed as the next generation of how people connect and interact with the internet. Since then, over 18,000 companies have created their own branded chatbots with the help of Facebook’s platform. Never ones to miss out on a trend, Microsoft, Google and Apple have all been hard at work developing their own integrated chatbot features. Brands of all shapes and sizes, from American Express to 1800-Flowers to Domino’s Pizza, all have their own chatbots, proving the versatility of the concept. As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at the 2016 Build conference, “As an industry, we are on the cusp of a new frontier that pairs the power of natural human language with advanced machine intelligence.”
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Published By: BrightRoll Exchange     Published Date: Apr 03, 2017
Take a peek at Yahoo’s proprietary data findings and the solutions available for QSR marketers.
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qsr, qsr marketing, qsr customers, fast food, fast food marketing, casual dining marketing, customer, in-store traffic
    
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Published By: CradlePoint     Published Date: May 17, 2016
This global corporation of quick service restaurants has about 17,500 locations serving millions of customers each day with concepts including popular pizza, chicken, and Tex-Mex chains. Most of the restaurants are on a wired network with Cisco routers, the main function of which is to process credit card purchases. With so many transactions taking place every day, the corporation decided to invest in a wireless failover system to guarantee uninterrupted connection. After careful consideration, the corporation chose Cradlepoint to provide “four-nines” (99.99% or better) connectivity via 3G/4G/LTE or wireless backup. - See more at: https://cradlepoint.com/success_stories/quick-service-restaurant-chain#sthash.ODr3J5uT.dpuf
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Published By: VirtuStream     Published Date: Oct 18, 2012
As online ordering for Pizza Hut UK increases to over one million orders a week, Yum brands relies on Virtustream's data center to help take the load.
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case study, data center, website traffic, servers
    
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Published By: Hewlett-Packard     Published Date: Aug 02, 2013
When rack-mounted servers first appeared on the scene in the 1990s, they offered considerable advantages over the behemoth boxes they replaced. Their small, standardized footprint went a long way toward making data centers easier to manage. In the ensuing decades, form factor size and compute power have had an inverse relationship. Their universal standardization earned them the nickname “pizza box” servers, and it was a key driver of the scale-out computing model popular in the early 2000s. Populating a rack of eight servers and either clustering them or implementing failover from one to the other was far easier than previously possible.
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blade, servers, infrastructure
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 10, 2015
Walk past your data center, and you might hear a soft, plaintive call: “Feed me, feed me…” It is not your engineers demanding more pizza. It is your servers and applications. And the call is growing louder New Cisco® 40-Gbps bidirectional (BiDi) optical technology lets you bring 40-Gbps speeds to the access layer using the same 10-Gbps cable plant you are using today. It is a huge cost savings, whether you are upgrading your current data center or building a new one. And it means you can start taking advantage of 40-Gbps performance for your business right now without needing special budget approval and without having to wait a year to get the capacity you need.
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cisco, transceiver modules, wireless, cost effective, high performance switch, optical technology
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Sep 15, 2015
Walk past your data center, and you might hear a soft, plaintive call: “Feed me, feed me…” It is not your engineers demanding more pizza. It is your servers and applications. And the call is growing louder. Mobile and virtualized workloads, cloud applications, big data, heterogeneous devices: they are all growing in your business, demanding previously unimagined capacity and performance from your servers and data center fabric. And that demand is not slacking. Your employees, applications, and competitive advantage increasingly depend on it. Those servers and applications need to be fed. And if you have not started planning for 40 gigabits per second (Gbps) to the server rack, you will need to soon.
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applications, systems integration, cloud, development
    
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Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Nov 30, 2015
en 1994 se llevó a cabo la primera compra en línea de la historia: una pizza de pepperoni con champiñones y extra de queso en Pizza Hut. un año más tarde, amazon vendió su primer libro, Fluid Concepts & Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought, de douglas Hofstadter2. dos décadas después, se calcula que las ventas mundiales de los comercios electró-nicos ascienden a más de 1,2 billones de dólares. ¿Qué ha hecho posible un cambio tan espectacular en nuestros hábitos de compra? la confianza.
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Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Nov 30, 2015
Désormais, acheter sur Internet est devenu une seconde nature pour la plupart d’entre nous. Mais à quel moment ce phénomène a-t-il débuté, et sous quelle im-pulsion a-t-il atteint le niveau que nous connaissons aujourd’hui ? Selon plusieurs sources1, il faut remonter à 1994, date du premier achat sur Internet d’une pizza aux peppéroni et champignons avec supplément fromage chez Pizza Hut. Lorsque cette pizza a été commandée et qu’un an plus tard, Amazon vendait son premier livre (« Concepts & Fluid Analogies Creative : Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought » de Douglas Hofstadter2), nous assistions sans le savoir aux prémices d’une déferlante qui a submergé le réseau. Presque vingt ans plus tard, en 2013, les ventes mondiales sur Internet dépassaient 1,2 trillion de dollars3. Au centre de cette révolution dans nos habitudes de consommation : la confiance
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Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Nov 30, 2015
Gli acquisti online fanno ormai parte della nostra quotidianità, ma come è cominciato tutto questo e cosa ha fatto sì che sia cresciuto fino ai livelli odierni? Secondo le cronache1 iniziò tutto nel 1994, quando venne effettuato il primo acquisto sul Web: una pizza con funghi, peperoni e aggiunta di formaggio nella catena Pizza Hut. Con quella prima pizza e con la vendita, un anno dopo, del primo libro da parte del gigante del commercio online Amazon (‘Fluid Concepts & Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought’, di Douglas Hofstadter2), ebbe inizio un’attività inarrestabile. Vent’anni dopo, nel 2013, le vendite mondiali di e-commerce sono state stimate in oltre 1.200 miliardi di dollari3. Cosa ha reso possibile questo cambiamento epocale delle nostre abitudini di acquisto? La fiducia.La fiducia nei siti presso i quali acquistiamo, nonché la fiducia che le informazioni di acquisto da noi fornite siano al sicuro. Perché, come sempre, dove ci sono soldi
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Published By: Location3     Published Date: Aug 31, 2018
Location3 client Mountain Mike’s Pizza and their franchisees face significant competitive challenges when advertising on Google,which ultimately requires the need to be both incredibly efficient with campaign setup and incredibly precise when managing bids and local budgets. A quick Google keyword search for “pizza near me” in Mountain Mike’s home state of California yields over 58,000,000 results (“pizza delivery” yields 56,000,000) and often features a predictable set of ad results from industry giants like Domino’s and Pizza Hut, among others. Suffice it to say that buying “pizza”-related terms in AdWords can get incredibly expensive, incredibly quickly, if a local franchisee’s budgets and bids are not managed with precision. When you combine that fact with limited location-level advertising budgets, our team atLocation3 was presented with a significant challenge in helping Mountain Mike’s Pizza generate increases in customer pizza orders whilesimultaneously ensuring that ad spend c
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