Mohsen Motamedian serves Total Nutricare, LLC, a nutritional company based in Irvine, California, as chief executive officer. Total Nutricare provides an assortment of vitamins and nutritional supplements. As part of his role as CEO, Mohsen "Max" Motamedian leads efforts in the areas of purchasing marketing, concentrating on Internet marketing in particular.
Internet marketing is no longer just an option; it is a necessity. More and more businesses depend on social media, websites, and ad placement to catch the eye of their customers. Effective online marketing begins with website directory listings. Don't assume that a website will show up on Google or other popular search engines. Talk to the web designers in charge of building the site and make sure they list the primary site, rather than a subsection, such as Contact Us or About Us.
After a website is finished and operational, businesses must set their sights on generating traffic. Look into traffic-building services such as Google AdSense, which displays ads on Google relevant pages in search results. From there, make sure customers have sufficient reason to stay on the site. For example, many businesses like to grab customer attention by offering a free product or a free trial for a service when the customer signs up.
Based in Irvine, California, Mohsen (Max) Motamedian currently serves as the CEO of Total NutriCare, LLC, a holistic care company that he runs in conjunction with a certified holistic nutritionist. In addition to managing the company’s purchasing and marketing efforts, Mohsen (Max) Motamedian also maintains an active interest in real estate.
The National Association of Realtors recently publicized findings from the August 2014 REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey, which polls more than 50,000 real estate professionals each month to gain a nationwide perspective on expectations for future pricing, market growth, and home sales. According to the results of the August 2014 survey, practitioners expect home prices to modestly increase over the next year, with an estimated 3.5 percent price increase on average. These expectations vary based on local conditions like inventory levels, credit conditions, and state job markets.
In states like Florida, Hawaii, and Texas, practitioners anticipate price increases closer to five or six percent, due to elevated job growth from the oil and technology sectors. Real estate practitioners from the Great Lakes area also expect a three-to-five percent price increase as a result of activities in the manufacturing and automotive industries.
With cellular phones an essential part of modern life, many people become annoyed when their phone batteries die. Part of the reason behind why a phone's energy runs down so quickly involves inefficient power amplifiers. This technology converts electricity into radio signals and continues running even while the phone is in stand-by mode. Moreover, it cannot be shut off and harms the battery.
However, Eta Devices, a spinout of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is developing a way to solve this problem. Its co-founder, Joel Dawson, has designed a power amplifier that works to select the most efficient voltage for the battery. This device changes voltage depending on how the phone is being used, and it selects a new frequency 20 million times per second. While the technology currently is designed for large operations, the hope is that engineers can scale down the technology for use in a smartphone. If so, a phone’s battery charge could double. Eta Devices plans to unveil the piece at the Mobile World Congress in February.
About the Author:
As the Chief Executive Officer of Total NutriCare, LLC, Mohsen Motamedian oversees the Irvine, California, firm that sells vitamins and nutritional supplements. While a student at California State University, Long Beach, Motamedian concentrated on electrical and electronics engineering, and he maintains an interest in cellular technology.
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