Fast Facts For Curious Minds

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

  • Tips: Do’s and Don’ts of Moment Marketing
    Moment marketing involves creating marketing messages and collaterals around a particular event or a trending topic to promote a brand or a particular cause. It can be an effective marketing tactic to raise awareness, build and maintain relationships with existing customers or audience, or ...
  • Tips: How To Become An Influencer
    Becoming an influencer seems to have become one of the primary goals of quite a handful of digital natives and even digital immigrants. The rise of social media personalities and the mainstream success they have attained, as well as the transition of established celebrities and public personalities ...
  • How To Choose The Right Influencers: A Guide
    Influencer marketing can be an effective addition to an overall digital marketing strategy or a specific marketing campaign. A social media influencer can help in raising brand awareness, driving sales, or conveying ideas or messages behind a particular cause. However, hiring a random social media ...
  • Pros and Cons of Bitcoin: A Guide
    Bitcoin is the first-ever cryptocurrency and the largest among the rest of the cryptocurrencies in the world in terms of market capitalization. Introduced to the public in 2009 by an anonymous group that goes by the name Satoshi Nakamoto, its popularity and wider acceptance have made it both a ...
  • Pros and Cons of Cryptocurrencies
    Cryptocurrencies have become a contested invention of the digital age due to their potential wealth-making allure and their fair share of criticisms. Of course, it is important to note that a cryptocurrency is a digital asset and a form of digital currency based on cryptography and a decentralized ...
  • Facts About Henry Ford: Achievements and Legacy
    Henry Ford was an American business magnate credited for advancing the automobile industry in the United States and revolutionizing transportation. His legacy centered on his critical role in advancing American and global manufacturing. Who Was Henry Ford: His Accomplishments and Contributions Ford ...
  • Henry Ford: Three Principles of Assembly Line
    The assembly line is a manufacturing process that involves assembling several parts of the intended final product in a sequential or step-by-step manner. First seen in the meatpacking industry in Chicago during the 1860s, the concept was popularized by Henry Ford at Ford Motor Company beginning in ...
  • Non-Solicitation Agreement: Purpose and Elements
    A non-solicitation agreement can either be a close within a master contract or a separate contract that forbids one party from soliciting the clients, suppliers, partners, and employees of another party for its own benefit or the benefit of a competitor. Purpose of and Justification for ...

HEALTH AND MEDICINE

  • Purpose of Toner in Skin Care: The Basics
    Toners collectively represent a specific category of skincare products. As one of the mainstays in a typical daytime and nighttime skincare routine, a face toner is generally a no-rinse liquid-based cleanser used after washing the face. What Does a Face Toner Do: Specific Uses and Benefits ...
  • Serum in Skin Care: Purpose, Benefits, and Effectiveness
    A “serum” or face serum is a specific category of skincare products topically applied on the face, usually after cleansing and before putting other face care products such as moisturizers or creams. Fundamentally, the word “serum” is a marketing term used to represent a particular class of leave-on ...
  • How UV Radiation Damages the Skin, Causes Cancer
    Ultraviolet or UV is a form of electromagnetic radiation and an electromagnetic wave that sits after the visible light and before x-rays in the electromagnetic spectrum. It has a wavelength that ranges from 10nm to 400nm and frequencies ranging from 30 PHz to 750 THz. Note that the spectrum ...
  • SPF 101: Understanding Sun Protection Factor
    The sun protection factor or SPF is a rating system used in sunscreen labeling to partially aid consumers in choosing the most suitable sunscreen product based on their use-case situations or specific intended application. The factor is based on a measure of the fraction of sunburn-causing ...
  • Titanium Dioxide vs. Zinc Oxide in Sunscreens
    Both titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are used in the formulation of a specific variant of sunscreens. More specifically, these two mineral compounds represent one of the two categories of sunscreen formulation: physical sunscreens. Note that chemical sunscreens are based on organic compounds that ...
  • Guide to Choosing a Sunscreen
    Sunscreen provides protection against the harmful effects of exposure to ultraviolet radiation. However, not all sunscreens are made the same. Some use different classes of active ingredients in their formulation. Others can provide broad-spectrum protection against both UVA and UVB rays. There are ...
  • UVA vs. UVB Damage: The Difference
    Ultraviolet A or UVA and Ultraviolet B or UVB are forms of electromagnetic radiation and examples of an electromagnetic wave critical to understanding and addressing the negative effects of prolonged and excessive exposure to sunlight on the skin and overall human health. Both are specific subtypes ...
  • The Science of Sunburn: Causes, Mechanism, and Effects
    A sunburn is a radiation burn that affects primarily the skin and other tissues such as the eyes and lips. Characterized by redness, irritation, and pain, it is generally caused by prolonged and excessive exposure to a subtype of ultraviolet radiation called ultraviolet B or UVB rays. The Sun is ...