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5 Core Members of Your Content Marketing Team

The art of content marketing involves a substantial amount of behind-the-scenes thinking and work that should be invisible to the end user. In just a few short years, this ever-changing field has gone from the domain of a few versatile digital thinkers to a...

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Useful Apps for Social Work Professionals

The online world is paradoxically becoming both easier and trickier to navigate. This is because, in addition to search engines and social media like Twitter and Facebook, there is also the ever-developing and expanding world of mobile apps, with new niches and specialties ...

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Why Investing in Real-Time Business Intelligence Is a Must

As the modern world continues to grow older, one thing always stands out to me as a constant: We humans are obsessed with improvement, constantly bettering ourselves with new technologies that perform more efficiently, produce improved outputs or just offer an increase in ...

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6 Ways to Hack the YouTube Algorithm

For YouTube celebrities, one big problem constantly hovers overhead: Their careers are dependent on a faceless, unknown YouTube algorithm. The rest of the media world has the exact same problem with Facebook, so they can empathize. Now, thanks to an in-depth article from ...

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Why Critical Thinking Is Not Essential for Your Startup

There are many articles bemoaning the lack of critical thinking skills in students graduating from college and in society in general. Apparently, newly minted graduates lack the faculties to properly execute the daily routines of necessary decision-making that make business ...

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What Should You Do with Your Round of Funding?

You're part of a bootstrapping group of entrepreneurs living off of peanut butter sandwiches and coffee. You're desperate for some form of sustainability. Or maybe you're one of the top dogs in a five year-old company going through their fourth round of funding. Does...

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E-Government: It’s a Natural Extension of Technology

Smart government. Why not? We have “smart” everything else, and a large number of city, county, and state governments are getting the idea. The concept behind “smart” government is that citizens, businesses, tourists, and other governments can all benefit from ...

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Virtual Reality Is Still Broken

Virtual reality is tech's next big thing. Consumer sets will hit the market in time for the Christmas rush, and dozens of startups are already coalescing to take advantage of the technology. Mobile VR is a thing, exposure therapy uses it to treat anxiety,...

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The Top 15 Companies Best at Attracting Talent

The key to being a great company is more than just creating an innovative product. If you want to be competitive in the business world today, you are going to need to surround yourself with impressive and talented people that do more than just...

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Does 3D Printing Have a Future for Consumers?

Last Christmas, there were a number of 3D printing kits for kids that were popular gift purchases. Using a “blueprint” and different colors of plastic blocks, kids could print replicas of the Eiffel Tower or the U.S. Capitol. And of course they could order...

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The Top 15 Countries for Job Satisfaction

Being happy is a moving target. Sometimes, there is nothing you can do to put a smile on your face. Other times, the sheer mention of your favorite song can have you singing along with a grin bigger than your face. But one thing...

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Why Investing in Bitcoin Is Still a Good Idea

Bitcoin is the financial asset that's performed better this year than any other currency, commodity or asset in general. Several factors are helping with this, and many sources reported that 2016 could actually have the perfect setting for this cryptocurrency to break its ...

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The Internet Is Becoming Video and So Are Ads

A little video streaming service you may know, Netflix, currently stands responsible for one third of the entire internet's bandwidth. It's such a large chunk that Netflix felt the need to defend the entire internet, pouring millions into a bid for net neutrality that ...