Saturday, October 22, 2011

Chad Nilsson is Making Money with YouTube with the help of Video Traffic Academy

Video Traffic Academy gives you the insights on how to create a proper YouTube video that will be watched by people who are looking for your products and services.

Eagan, MN, October 21, 2011 - Chad Nilsson Is Making Money With YouTube With The Help Of Video Traffic Academy. Without the proper training making money with YouTube is very hard Nilsson says. Video Traffic Academy gives you the insights on how to create a proper YouTube video that will be watched by people who are looking for your products and services. YouTube is the 2nd largest search engine today behind Google. More than 3 billion videos are viewed every month Nilsson says. Making money with YouTube is a smart marketing strategy and when you know how it is very easy. Video Traffic Academy shows you how to have a three part strategy. First, you need to do video optimization, second, video value and third video aftermath.

As founder of WCN Management Eagan, Minnesota, Nilsson has stayed on the cutting edge of internet marketing and home business opportunities.

Nilsson says, After intentionally staying on the fringe of the Home Business/Network Marketing Industry for a dozen years, the careful evaluation and due diligence of a dozen different top internet homes businesses, it was obvious that Video Traffic Academy was a smart marketing strategy. Video Traffic Academy had the perfect combination of product, training and appropriate market timing. It’s very rare to have all of these elements come together in one powerful structure all at the same time. Together we can make a huge and important difference in people’s lives.

If you are interested in learning more on how Chad Nilsson can help you, Mr. Nilsson can be reached at 651-330-8032 Or visit him online at: or

Chad Nilsson
WCN, Inc.
Eagan, MN

Innova Biosciences Launches Research Tool for Scientists

Innova Biosciences (United Kingdom) the inventor of the world’s easiest to use antibody labeling kits (Lightning-Link™ or Lightning-Link™ Rapid), has produced a research tool for scientists.

Cambridge, UK, October 22, 2011 - Innova Biosciences (United Kingdom) the inventor of the world’s easiest to use antibody labeling kits (Lightning-Link™ or Lightning-Link™ Rapid), has produced a research tool for scientists. The Absorption-Emission Table, which is available to view online, was designed to aid scientists in selecting the optimum label for flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry (imaging) and multiplex experiments. The new research tool adds to a wide selection of guides already available online at, and was developed to make the website a resource of relevant information for scientists.

Commenting on the new research tool, Brian Carpenter, Innova Biosciences’ Sales and Marketing Manager, said ‘As an effort to continue to develop our website as a resource of technical information and guides, we are pleased announce the new guide is now available to view at our website. Scientists working in immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry and multiplex assays will be able to refer to the reference table to assist their experimental design and analysis. With a quick reference, it will enable scientists to easily select the appropriate antibody to suit their required absorption-emission wavelengths.’

Innova Biosciences invites scientists to view the new Absorption-Emission Table.

About the company
Innova Biosciences is a growing, dynamic business, based in Cambridge, UK. At the core of Innova’s business is Lightning-Link™, an innovative technology that simplifies antibody labeling for use in R&D applications, drug discovery and diagnostics. The expanding Lightning-Link™ portfolio currently consists of over 40 individual products and is sold to research laboratories in over 30 countries around the world.

Mathew Taylor
Algorythm Solutions Ltd
10 Torkington St
Lincolnshire PE9 2UY
+44 (0)773 403 2112

White Paper Helps OEMs Choose Application-Specific Intelligent Servo Motors

Functional and economic factors to be considered in choosing integral control and fieldbus enabled brushless servo motors discussed in new Dunkermotor white paper.

Elgin, IL, October 22, 2011 - Brushless servo motors with integrated motion control electronics continue to expand into new factory automation and specialty machinery applications based on their ease of installation, compact size and the reduction in cost compared to separate drives, connectors and cabling. Cost-conscious OEMs, however, will benefit from not specifying and purchasing more control features and functionality than their applications require. A new White Paper from Dunkermotor identifies and discusses seven distinct integral control topologies to enable OEM design engineers to choose what suits their application without over-specifying.

Today's technology brings servo manufacturers many options when it comes to designing their motor drives and controls. "With all the different possible functions that can be implemented in a servo drive, many manufacturers are tempted to pack them all into one 'full-featured' product," said Jay Becker, senior applications engineer for Dunkermotor. "This can be a problem, however, for the OEM when it comes time to select the right one for their application."

In the case of the end-user or custom machine builder, they may prefer to have a "does everything" drive that they can use in all of their applications, most of which can be different from one to the next. OEMs, on the other hand, cannot afford unnecessary features and hardware if they are to remain market competitive. Therefore, the OEM requires a servo drive with features that are tailored to the application at a price tailored according to those features.

The new Dunkermotor White Paper discusses seven different levels of capability of integrated servo motor and drive combinations, ranging from simple integrated commutation electronics to fieldbus distributed control arrangements, such as CANopen, Profibus and EtherCAT, all the way to motors with integrated master electronics which require no higher level controller, are freely programmable and can also control slave node motors.

Servo motors with integrated electronics increase reliability due to the close proximity of the drive/control electronics to the motor itself, virtually eliminating the possibility of interference from the outside world. Having the electronics inside the motor also dramatically reduces the panel space for a given machine, saving cost in materials as well as time in wiring.

The new White Paper, titled "Why Pay for More Than You Need?" may be downloaded from the Dunkermotor website at

About Dunkermotor:
Headquartered in Elgin, Illinois, Dunkermotor is the North American sales, technical support and logistics subsidiary of Dunkermotoren GmbH, for 60 years the world market leader in customized, configurable sole-source fractional horsepower motion control solutions composed of BLDC, PMDC and AC electric motors, gearmotors, controls, encoders and brakes, as well as linear motion solutions. With headquarters in the Black Forest in Bonndorf, Germany and production and/or logistics facilities in Europe, Asia and the U.S., Dunkermotoren employs 1000 globally and produced over 3 million motors in 2010 for the factory and commercial automation, specialty machinery, packaging, semiconductor, solar power, medical, and mass transportation industries.

John Morehead
Dunkermotoren USA Inc.
2511 Technology Drive, Suite 105
Elgin, IL 60124-9200