Live Blog: N.H. 2020 State Primary – Feltes Secures Dem. Gubernatorial Nomination

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Live blog: Primary Day in New Hampshire

Update: Wednesday, 11:25 a.m.

State Sen. Dan Feltes has officially secured the Democratic nomination for governor, as Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky conceded the race in a

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Five content promotion strategies SaaS marketers should implement today

30-second summary:

  • Having a promotion plan is a key component of a successful content marketing strategy.
  • There’s more to effective promotion than just sharing articles on social media. Your promotion strategy has to be tactical if you want to cut through the noise.
  • The best way to maximize the number of people that see your content is to promote and distribute it across various channels.
  • Directive’s Content Writer, Izabelle Hundrev, shares five creative content promotions strategies that SaaS marketers can use to cut through the noise in an overpopulated industry.

What’s the point of creating content if no one sees it? There isn’t one.

That’s why promoting and distributing content is equally as important as writing it. Without a solid promotional strategy, even the most original and compelling piece of content has the potential to fall flat. 

When looking at the software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry specifically, space is becoming increasingly crowded.

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TechUK urges government to back emerging digital clean technology sector

Already existing digital technologies have the potential to deliver a 15% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 while also contributing significantly to the UK economy, but policy interventions are needed to create the right business environment, claims a new report.

Launched during London Tech Week on 7 September, the report by TechUK and Deloitte, How to make the UK a digital clean tech leader, suggests that digital technology already in the field can enable a 7.3 million tonne reduction in UK carbon emissions, or 15% of the 48 million tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (Mt CO₂e) needed by 2030.

“The vast majority of this [decrease] comes from the application of smart grids to energy networks, followed by the use of Industry 4.0 technologies in manufacturing. Remaining carbon savings come from agriculture, mobility, and smart building technologies,” said the report.

The economic analysis conducted by Deloitte also suggested already existing digital

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Teleradiology Services Market Size Worth USD 32.34 Billion by 2027

VANCOUVER, B.C., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Teleradiology Services Market is expected to reach USD 32.34 Billion by 2027, according to a new report by Emergen Research. The growth of this market can be attributed to favorable government initiatives regarding the adoption of teleradiology in order to provide early disease diagnosis. Besides, the application of modern-day technologies such as the adoption of cloud-based technologies, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies will lead to better efficiency and cost-effective solutions. Increasing Investments for the development of advanced solutions is augmenting the demand for the industry.

The pandemic has disrupted the supply chain and raw material supplies, but it has increased the demand for the product in the healthcare industry. Due to the pandemic, healthcare workers are under tremendous pressure, so they are seeking the help of the teleradiology services in order to analyze reports and diagnose the patients. Besides, the technology also

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Consumer Healthcare Market 2020 Driving Factors, Industry Growth, Key Vendors and Forecasts to 2026

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Sep 22, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware, Global Consumer Healthcare Market Report added at Market Study Report LLC offers industry size, share, growth, trends and forecast analysis up to 2026. Consumer Healthcare Market Report also covers top key players, porters five forces analysis and market segmentation in detail. This report examines the global Consumer Healthcare market and provides information regarding the revenue for the period 2020 to 2026.

Consumer healthcare are the products that aid in wellness, oral health, nutrition and skin health. These are mainly over the counter drugs which are sold directly to the consumer without the prescription from a healthcare professional. The major factors that contribute towards the growth of the market are high demand for self-medication coupled with rising health awareness.

Request a sample Report of Consumer Healthcare Market at: https://www.marketstudyreport.com/request-a-sample/2589951/?utm_source=Marketwatchtm.com/&utm_medium=SP

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Microsoft Announces Fresh Accessories For Next-Gen Xbox Series X/S Consoles

At this point in time, we have learned and written about many of the details of the upcoming Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. Nevertheless, what do we know about the necessary accessories for these new consoles? Microsoft has just introduced their full line-up of next generation accessories. This line-up includes new controllers for the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PCs as well as a better rechargeable battery solution.

Xbox gamers will want to look into the new controllers. Microsoft has previously introduced the Xbox Wireless Controller in Carbon Black and Robot White, but there will be at least one more color option. Console players can purchase the Xbox Wireless Controller in Shock Blue. The Shock Blue controller is a vibrant cobalt blue on the front and white on the back.

PC players will be able to pick up the Xbox Wireless Controller in Carbon Black.

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Honor’s First Gaming Laptop: The Hunter V700

With all the political wrangling going on with Huawei and Honor, one product line that both companies seem to be able to push is the laptop and notebook business. Both Huawei and Honor have announced devices powered by the latest Intel and AMD processors, and despite the first few years of some really nice designs, like the Matebook X Pro or the Magicbook 14, the two companies are now starting to get a bit more adventurous. Enter the first gaming laptop, the Hunter V700.

The Honor Hunter V700

This new product line from Honor starts with an interesting concept which takes advantage of the strong identity and product design team that the company has. The Honor Hunter brand can use a single H to identify the marque, and in this instance they put it onto a full bodied gaming laptop.

The standard ‘15.6-inch chassis’ size actually holds a 16.1-inch display,

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iPhone 12 Mini To Use Under-Powered “B14 Chipset”

Apple’s iPhone 12 series launch is just around the corner. We are expecting 4 iPhone models this year making it much special. We are expecting a small 5.4-inch, two 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch models. A recent leak suggested that the 5.4-inch will not be the “iPhone 12” but the “iPhone 12 Mini.” And now some more leaks have exposed that the iPhone 12 Mini is going to be under-powered, and that is bad news.

The leak comes from a Twitter user who claims that there is a mid-range Apple chipset. The chipset is called the

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Shortage Of New Refrigerators Leaves Appliance Shoppers Out In The Cold

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9.22.20 11:29am

Shay Chandler did not plan to buy what seemed like the last full-sized refrigerator in all of San Antonio. When her old one broke a few weekends ago, she discovered she’d have to wait almost two months for a replacement.

“I found out that all I could buy was a mini fridge,” she said. “It’s nuts. … All the Lowe’s all over San Antonio — and San Antonio is a very large city — everyone was out.”

Shortages have hit all types of major appliances: dishwashers, dryers, dehumidifiers, even some of the microwaves. That’s because the pandemic threw a monkey wrench into both their supply and demand.

The stage was set by a springtime run on freezers, followed by refrigerators with freezers.

“We sold more freezers in two days than we did all of last year,” said Steve Sheinkopf, who runs Yale Appliance with stores

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This home upgrade might be a waste of money

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Tarek El Moussa of “Flip or Flop” fame now teaches novice house flippers his time-proven tricks on his new show, “Flipping 101 With Tarek El Moussa.” But as the latest episode makes painfully clear, some of his protégés need more guidance than others.

In the episode “Communication Breakdown,” El Moussa helps flippers Pino and Patsy with a house in Sylmar, CA. The house cost them only $375,000, but it may be more trouble than it’s worth. Between an expensive addition and a retaining wall that’s caving into the backyard, El Moussa isn’t sure Pino and Patsy will ever get a buyer, even with his help.

Yet in the end, El Moussa manages to turn this house around. Read on to find out how he helps these flippers save money on the renovation while not sacrificing style. His budget-friendly suggestions might inspire a few changes in your

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