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Find Your Best Bet Through Highest Paying Mobile Ad Network

For bloggers, publishers, and affiliates, CPM is the ultimate method of earning some extra cash apart from their regular working hours. They might take it as a full-time business or might not, but, no matter what their working status is, you are sure to be amazed at the way they make money when it comes to collaborating with the… 436 more words

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'The Argonauts' by Maggie Nelson

Non-fiction – Kindle edition; Melville House UK; 192 pages; 2016.

In the past 12 months I’ve read a dozen memoirs, more than the previous five years put together. 883 more words

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New to Mobile Advertising Companies? We Can Help!

Mobile advertising companies are leveraging the usage of new terminology, new conventions and new analytics in the 21st century. Making a good plan to launch your mobile app might sound exciting in the beginning but there are a few things to remember, you might have different roles to play while working with a mobile advertising company or you might downright choose to become a website & mobile app owner, negotiate with them and observe how they sell your text ads to the right audience on your mobile app. 296 more words

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Which Are The Highest Paying Mobile Ad Networks To Vouch For

Mobile ad network is the only sector which can promise a high payment apart from the entertainment industry. As apparent with the most common usage of smartphones nowadays, due to inexpensive billing options and the convenience to browse the internet at the comfort of few clicks, app marketers have found several companies who are constantly evolving to place themselves in the… 396 more words

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Limited Run Want to Publish for The Switch on Summer

GT: The Nintendo Switch just came out earlier this month (as well as a Switch version of Battle Princess Madelyn available at a certain pledge level).

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A day in the life of my 40-hr week

I got to thinking recently about my current job and how I could possibly boil it down to just 3-4 bullet points on a resume or cover letter. 748 more words