Ada yang tau game Nintendo? mungkin mereka yang kelahiran 1995 pernah merasakan game Nintendo. Di zaman yang canggih ini segala seperti hampir terwujud, apalagi munculnya Hp ber OS Android. Kalau dulu ingin main game Nintendo mesti menyewa di tempat penyewaan, atau beli tapi sekarang dengan kecanggihan OS Android Game Nintendo bisa masuk dan dimainkan dalam Hp kita. Gimana? Penasaran? langsung aja ikuti langkahnya. 1. Kita download dulu Emulator Disini 2. Download file gamenya Disini Sekarang cara penginstalannya 1. Tempatkan kedua file yang telah kita download tadi dalam satu folder di Hp Kita 2. Instal Emulator Nitendonya 3. Mainkan
Regulatory Requirements – Corporate Governance At least 1/3 independent representation on the Board of Directors of the operator. At least 2 members of the board are to be independent. A director is not allowed to be a director of more than 1 management company. Regulatory Requirements – What Can Invest In? At Least 50% of a listed/unlisted funds total assets must be invested in real property or single purpose company. At Least 75% of a listed fund total assets should be invested in real property, SPCs, real property related assets or liquid assets. Holding of Securities of, and securities relating to a single issuer – no more than 5% of funds total assets Holding of Securities of, and securities relating to group of companies- no more than 10% of funds total assets Holding in any class of security of a single issuer -no more that 10% of securities issued Generally, property development not allowed Regulatory Requirements – Investor Protection Appointment of Trustee as custodian of assets SC approval on value of Real Property for certain types of acquisition SC Approval on value of real property on revaluation of properties Appointment of Property Management Company to manage to real properties Regulatory Requirements – Listing Governed by the Listing Requirements of Bursa Malaysia Must First Receive Prior approval of SC before can be offered to the public and listed Firm underwriting agreements must be made for units of a listed fund to be fully or irrevocably underwritten before the public offering of a listed REIT
Blackberry yang sebelum ini ini telah mengumumkan peranti miliknya iaitu Leap di pasaran malaysia, kini kembali dengan model terbaru untuk peminat setianya yang diberi nama Blackberry Venice. Sekali pandang, model ini mirip seperti Blackberry Leap tertapi hadir dengan keyboard QWERTY jenis slidebagi memudahkan anda menaip mesej awalu diamana sahaja anda berada. Menariknya lagi, jika model sebelum ini dikuasakan dengan os blackberry , Venice dikabarkan bakal dioperasikan dengan Android versi terkini buat pertama kalinya. Buat masa sekarang tidak banyak spesifikasi yang didedahkan dari pihak blackberry sendiri. Cuma beberapa keping gambar telah tertiris di laman laman sesawang. Kepada yang berminat dengan model terbaru keluaran Blackberry ini, nantikan sahaja pengungumannya secara rasmi tidak lama lagi.
The need for brands – particularly smaller businesses – to reach into new markets has been amplified by the growing competition across all sectors on the web. The need for success via search engines has led to brands targeting smaller and smaller niches, in the pursuit of dominance in at least some particular search queries. As the web continues to become more competitive and mobile devices become the predominant method of browsing the web, it only makes sense that locally-oriented searches would become increasingly more important. In order to take advantage of this burgeoning part of the web, webmasters have to adapt their strategies. Below, we’ll explain how webmasters can do just that with little effort. Produce Local Content This act seems simple enough, but all too many brands and businesses simply think that mentioning local words on their main pages is enough to justify ranking in local search results. Content for many localities is lacking in most niches; when you take the time to start pinging search engines with valuable content that relates to one or more SERPs, Google and others will recognize its value. You will need to be sure to mention local keywords in the content in order to associate with it the area, but equally as important is the need for the content to provide true value. As local SERPs are quickly becoming the new frontiers for competition and battle, you won’t be able to rank for long unless the content is good. Improve Overall Speed Website speed is an important factor generally speaking, but it is much more important for local SEO. Why is this true? Because local SEO disproportionately relies upon the habits of mobile users. As more mobile users access local search results than search results as a whole, Google and others have made the effects that website speed have on rankings more pronounced than in other areas. There are several things that can cause websites to load more slowly on mobile devices, including pop-ups, too many plugins added to the WordPress infrastructure (or other content management systems) and an abundance of multimedia. By minimizing the instance of these elements – as well as tweaking a variety of performance-related attributes with the hosting provider and theme – you can ensure faster loading times (and higher rankings) in local search over time. Target Appropriate Keywords Any website or brand may have dozens of potential keyword pairings to consider, but the process can be made much simpler by the analysis of which keywords are already driving traffic. Not only can specific pairings via analytics shed light on who is finding your website and where, but the type of searches – whether they be purchase-oriented, tutorial-related, or something else – can give you greater ability to perform even better in your categories of strength. Pinging search engines with keywords that infuse local relevance with your pre-existing successes is not only easy, but also highly effective. It is through strategies such as these that basic local keyword combinations can be made to be more valuable than the mere sum of their parts.
1) Ebay.com.my – Anda boleh jual dengan percuma dan salah satu tempat yang terbaik untuk menjual online. Tak seperti Ebay.com, laman web ini tidak memerlukan anda untuk membayar apa-apa peratusan jualan kepada mereka. Ini masih sebuah laman web daripada syarikat US, Ebay. Anda juga boleh menerima Paypal untuk pembayaran. 2) Lelong.com.my - Laman web ini adalah lebih popular daripada Ebay di Malaysia. Ia bermula agak kecil, tetapi akhirnya berkembang dan mula mendapat banyak perniagaan. Kebanyakan perniaga membuka kedai-kedai mereka sendiri dalam laman web ini. Walau bagaimanapun, reka bentuk laman web ini tidak beberapa cantik. 3) Mudah.my - Ini adalah satu laman membeli-belah yang dilawati ramai di Malaysia. Anda boleh mendapatkan apa-apa saja dalam laman web ini. Senang untuk peniaga meletakkan barang-barang untuk dijual. Ia juga lebih mudah kerana ia tidak memerlukan anda untuk memulakan mana-mana akaun dengan mereka. Walau bagaimanapun, semua senarai akan disemak oleh kakitangan mereka untuk memastikan mereka adalah sah. 4) Lowyat.net - Forum ini telah dimulakan oleh sekumpulan Pakar Teknologi. Selepas beberapa tahun, ia telah mendapatkan ramai pengikut dan lama-kelamaan menjadi peminat juga. Anda boleh melihat orang memakai lowyat.net T-shirt. Mereka juga mula laman web kedai online mereka sendiri seperti StoreKini, terutamanya yang menjual barangan IT. Dalam forum ini, banyak lowyatian (pengguna forum) telah memulakan perniagaan mereka. Anda juga boleh melihat sejarah jualan mereka juga. 5) Shopee - Anda kini boleh juga membeli dan menjual dari sebuah aplikasi handphone yang dikenali sebagai Shopee. Anda hanya perlu install ke dalam handphone anda, daftar dan mula menjual. Ramai pembeli mengakses internet melalui handphone sekarang, saya percaya platform yang baru ini akan menjadi tempat yang hebat untuk menjual. 6) Carousell - Satu lagi aplikasi handphone yang dipanggil Carousell. Dengan menggunakan Carousell, anda boleh menjual di handphone. Ianya seperti shopee juga. 7) Selain di atas, cuba menjual di Facebook dengan memulakan Page. Buat promosi Page itu melalui keluarga dan rakan-rakan dengan mengunakan social media di Facebook. Cuba untuk menganjurkan pertandingan dan memberi hadiah kepada pemenang. Cara ni memang sudah terbukti. 8) Instagram adalah satu lagi aplikasi yang anda boleh gunakan untuk menjual juga. Ambil gambar produk dan meletakkan harga barang yang di dalam gambar yang sama. Hash tag produk anda dengan sewajarnya untuk memastikan lebih ramai orang boleh melihat gambar anda.
1) Ebay.com.my - It's free and one of the best place to sell online. Unlike the Ebay.com, this website does not requires you to pay any percentage of sales to them. This is still a website from the US company, Ebay. You may also accept Paypal for payment. 2) Lelong.com.my - This website is more popular than Ebay in Malaysia. It started off pretty small, but eventually grow and started to get a lot of businesses opening their own stores within the site. However, the design of the site is not as clean as the rest.It is some how still cluttered looking although after so many years of evolution. 3) Mudah.my - This is an everyday shopping site for most Malaysians. You can really find almost anything in this website. Listing an item is also much easier as it does not need you to start any account with them. However, all listing will be vetted through by their staff to ensure they are legitimate. 4) JBTalk - This is basically a forum. But don't be surprise as this forum attracts lots of Malaysian Chinese fans. With the large base of forum users, it actually turns one of its threads discussion into a market place, where users can buy and sell items. I think this applies to the followings as well, but this is particularly for Chinese readers. 5) Lowyat.net - This forum was started by a bunch of Techies. Over the years, it have been able to gain a large number of followers and soon become fans as well. You can see people wearing lowyat.net T-shirt and windshield with their car stickers as well. They even started their own online store websites like StoreKini, mainly selling IT stuff.
Do you find that social media interactions take up a considerable amount of time at your company but don’t seem to be delivering the expected results? Well if you do, know that you’re not alone. Building an effective social media strategy can at times be more art than science. Some of it requires a feeling out period to understand what people interacting on social media in your industry are looking for with businesses that tweet, post on Facebook and share images on Pinterest. Here are a few reasons why social media may not be delivering what you’re expecting and how to turn the situation around: 1. Focusing Too Much on Follower Numbers Instead of Making Real Connections Some small businesses believe that social media is all about gaining the largest following in the fastest way possible. However, just like the person who says they have 1,000 friends on Facebook (none of whom they actually know or have even met!), it is quality over quantity that often matters more. Connections are created by getting into the conversations in a useful way. Interact. Be helpful. Highlight ways that the business can help without being overly promotional. 2. Not Keeping Up with Customer Queries on Social Media When current or potential customers reach out to the business over social media, is your business responding? Do you have a system in place to monitor all your social media channels for these unexpected communications? Customers ask questions and voice complaints publicly on social media now. It is important that your business maintains a focus on that and is seen to be responding promptly. People using social media in this manner creates an open door right into your customer service department. This can be a blessing or a curse. Get on the right side of it. 3. Is the Corporate Voice a Bit Shaky? With phones being answered by machine, customers can quickly feel like they can never reach a human being at a business. The internet has its many uses, but it also can create further distance. Social media is an excellent way to carefully add personality to business communications. Will communication be smart, sensible, irreverent, or cheeky? What style of communication will match the brand? People will respect a brand, but mostly they’ll connect with people that work at your business if they communicate in the right way. 4. Is the Value Being Clearly Demonstrated? People are really busy. They can only keep up with so many Twitter streams and Facebook posts in a day. Potential social followers need to understand the value proposition of your business and its social media channels when considering following another social media account. What is in it for them? How can your products or services solve their problem or help them? What is compelling about your offering? 5. Why You’re Not Getting Leads from Social Media Activity A posting schedule that is all over the map is never a good idea for a blog, a Facebook business page or even a Pinterest pin board. The people who follow your business like to see consistent, predictable action. This makes them think that your business will be consistent in dealing with them and they’ll be more confident to get in touch.