NEW YORK, July 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is being issued by Avenir Financial Group, Inc. (CRD#148490) Member: FINRA, NSRB, SIPC.
NeuroMama, LTD. (OTC-QB: NERO) Last week has launched a neural technological-powered search engine rewarding users with FSR – Frequent Searcher/Shopper Rewards. "Users will automatically accrue loyalty awards redeemed for Android tablet computers, phones, gift certificates for travel and vacations. Other Frequent/Shopper Rewards are coming," says company President and CEO Mr. Weselovsky.
NeuroMama.com models its marketing strategy after Frequent Flier incentive programs, and expects to break all previous usage and growth records. It is using Cirque de Soleil star, Vladislav Myagkostoupov and well known Russian clown Leonid Leikin to promote and market the company.
"Premiums and awards are nice perks and only a part of what will activate Internet power and casual users alike to change their default search engine from GOOGLE, YAHOO (NASDAQ: YHOO) and BING (NASDAQ: MSFT) to NeuroMama.com.That motivation will come from the superiority of the NeuroMama.com experience …from cleaner, more accurate and less repetitive search returns."
"NeuroMama.com is also one of the few search engines in the world that offers PRIVACY, and doesn't record IP addresses for any reason, not limited to neural technology based mathematical algorithms."
"NeuroMama.com is being positioned as the truly a child of the 21st Century, engineered from the ground up to take maximum advantage of the last decade's advances in Web crawling, data storage and management, and content comparison, analysis and sorting."
According to Mr. Weselovsky, "NeuroMama.com's using neural technology to incorporate the search habits and preferences of tens of millions of users into its decision-making "thought processes" which will enable it to eventually catch up and with and pass its competitors on the search robot learning curve."
"Neural technology-based computer systems are designed around very complex mathematical algorithms and are programmed to learn from people using these systems. Take our NeuroMama.com as it is today, on its birthday, so to speak," Mr. Weselovsky noted. "Today really, intellectually speaking, it is still an infant, a baby, most of its brain is empty of knowledge. But even so it knows enough to not fill up its return pages with duplicate articles and content from different websites. It knows enough to offer its users precise single-click search returns across a wide range of specific categories including finance, people, videos, and images, as well as the entirety of the Web."
"At its inception, the FSR program will make an effort to capitalize on success of iPad and iPhone of Apple, and offer premiums including gift certificates for the remarkable NeuroPad Android 4.2 tablet, the first HD tablet with the capacity to play from two to six videos simultaneously in individual windows; the totally unlocked "free to roam" NeuroPhone smarter phone; and various travel packages offered in conjunction with NeuroMama Vacation Club."
Intel, Corp (NASDAQ: INTC) With 2012 revenues exceeding $53 billion, Intel is the world's largest chipmaker. The company's mission is to be the building block supplier to the internet economy.
eBay, Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) Showed strong results in Q1 of this year, 14% growth in revenues to $3.7 billion and a net income on non-GAAP basis of $677 million. The company demonstrated strong growth with their MarketPlaces and PayPal business units. The company's total enabled commerce value increase of 19% or $49 billion over the same quarter in 2012.
The loss of Steve Jobs at Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has certainly drawn the focus of investors in recent quarters. Some worry that the company is losing its competitive edge, but with Q1 sales up year after year, there's no evidence of losing market share.
Google, Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) continues to effectively leverage its lead market position. Consolidated revenues for the first quarter were $13.97 billion, an increase of 31% over the first quarter in 2012. Its search on mobile devices performs extremely well, and while the European Union continues to manage through their privacy issues, which may result in strict rules and fines of 2% of revenue.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is enjoying significant success with their Prime Service. At $79/year for unlimited 2-day shipping, some external estimates peg current membership at around 10 million, and rising very quickly. Using a model similar to a large footprint wholesale club, once the customer pays the membership fee, they are loyal to the club for the long term. By some estimates members spend twice as much as non-members on Amazon.com.
Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) stock price has sunk below its 100-day average, and interest among younger users has decreased recently. However the acquisition of Instagram has helped capture part of this switching, and Facebook has successfully launched a number of nice social apps that have helped fill market gaps as well. More recent market penetrations internationally are catching up to the success in the United States (207 domestic customers). Ad revenue has recently started to increase sharply, and could reach $10 billion by 2015.
The Las Vegas Sands, Corp. (NYSE: LVS) owns 1 of only 6 licenses in Macau (China), and 1 of only 2 gaming licenses in Singapore, although with a $60 entrance fee, their focus is primarily on the VIP segment in Singapore. 85% of their revenue is from emerging markets, whose economies have performed well over most of the last 10 years. LVS also has some of the highest operating margins in the industry, and the CEO/Chairman and his wife own 50% of the company. Their balance sheet still carries some debt, but it has decreased recently.
Walt Disney, Co/The. (NYSE: DIS) has performed very well recently. It's EPS increased 32% year of year, increasing both revenue and net income. Furthermore, the increases were across the board – all 5 major business segments. Their Parks and Resorts segment saw both attendance and prices go up.
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