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Facebook Ads: Why You Need To Stay Compliant To Avoid Lock-Down 🔥

Have you ever spent hours on crafting the perfect Facebook ad strategy,

Filming the video…

Playing around with photoshop to create an attention-grabbing image…

Writing the ad copy 10 times over… 1,023 more words

Marketing

5 Steps to meeting those deadlines

Deadlines: the bane of all of our lives.

I usually start off strong and go downhill from there. I tend to plan out everything I need to do and organise what needs to happen and when it needs to be done by the moment i get an assignment. 589 more words

Career

Social Media Frenzy Over 'Dress' Hit Song

Taylor Swift dropped her most recent album ‘Reputation‘ on Nov 10, and the Internet dropped its calm. The new track ‘Dress‘, its sensuous words of the tune and the rainbow dress that this pop star donned grew to become the talk of the city. 221 more words

Dress

The Winter Of Life

“I’m from the government, and I’m here to help”:

First, comparing loneliness to cigarette smoking as dangerous health issues is to me – to blunt – idiotic. 867 more words

General

New post by Mon on December 15, 2017 at 02:43PM

Know thy tea. Sincerely, a ☕️ lover.

Happy #ChaiDivas aka #InternationalTeaDay!

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Internet Goes Wild Over 'Dress'

The web has had its hands complete trying to decipher the concealed meanings behind Taylor Swift’s new lyrics since the girl long-awaited album Reputation decreased at midnight on Friday. 144 more words

Dress

Short Story 3: Lauren Beukes, Confirm/Ignore

This week the internet is excited about a short story on the New Yorker called Cat Person. I read it, loved it, and will probably write about it soon. 330 more words

Short Story Reading Project