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Hashtag passes, style remains

In 2007, American technology expert Chris Messina proposed that Twitter users use the hashtag symbol in order to group different topics of discussion (Hiscott, 2013). 473 more words

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What a Lot of Business Owners Have in Common with Bonnie Raitt

How’s it going? An interesting story popped up based on a client experience, which I think can help people like me with their personality and marketing (and others too, even if you’re not like me–but you have to read on to see, now don’t you?). 382 more words

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127 Facts about Video Marketing

Thinking about using video in your marketing efforts? Great idea! Here are some great tips from the folks at Website Builder to convince you. 


How to Encourage Impulse Purchases in Your Store

Before your customers decide to make a purchase, there are several phases they go through. It starts with becoming aware of a need or pain point, how your product satisfies it, and assessing information for making comparisons of value such as price or perks that impact the decision-making process. 913 more words


PART 1 of 2 by Dr. Joseph Krainin, MD: New Online Sleep Medicine Practice, Singular Sleep, Offers DPC Practices Convenient and Cost-Effective Care

By Joseph Krainin, M.D., FAASM, President & Founder, Singular Sleep LLC

Direct primary care (DPC) is an emerging practice model that holds the potential for higher patient and physician satisfaction and better outcomes compared with traditional primary care practice. 960 more words

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Discard your bucket list and rely on serendipity

When I first went “travelling” I remember planning it and thinking: I’ll see the Taj Mahal, Ayers Rock (Uluru), Carnival in Rio, etc etc etc. A bucket list. 975 more words

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