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How to Connect With Your Dream Clients Through Social Media Video Ads
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Here’s the nice thing about video advertising — it’s the ad format with the highest engagement rates on the internet, and since mobile video viewing is breaking records in 2018, more and more people are ready to watch your video ads. Does that mean that your next video advertisement will magically perform better than your […]

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Five Ways to Use Video in Your Hiring Process
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Video is useful for more than just your marketing. Imagine using videos to make your hiring and onboarding processes more efficient. Here’s how a video content management system can help you do that. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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5 Retail Trends That Will Transform the Industry in 2019
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Growing up, my town’s local shopping mall was a bustling hub of commerce, chock full of busy shops and pesky tweens. But today, half the place has been gutted — it looks like an empty morgue of stores now. With the explosive growth of online shopping and a shift in consumer preferences for experiences over […]

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12 Incredible Splash Pages to Help You Create Your Own
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There’s a big difference between a splash page and a landing page. A landing page is a standalone page created to fulfill a conversion goal. A splash page, on the other hand, is a screen that pops up when you first enter a site. A splash page is the introduction to your website, while a […]

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10 Great Examples of Welcome Emails to Inspire Your Own Strategy
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We’ve all heard how important it is to make a good first impression. Show up late for a job interview? That’s a bad first impression. Eat a ton of garlic and forget to brush your teeth before a first date? Also a bad first impression. It turns out that the “make a good first impression” […]

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7 Comma Rules Every Writer Should Know
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In the beginning of 2018, one missing comma in a Maine state law cost Oakhurst Dairy five million dollars. The absence of the Oxford comma made two overtime-exempt tasks, packing and distributing food products, read like one activity, so any worker who distributed but didn’t pack any food products or vice versa sued the dairy company […]

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Web Forms: The Ultimate Guide
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Have you ever ordered an item online?  Considering the fact that 1.66 billion people worldwide shopped online last year, there’s a good chance you answered “yes” to that question. Whether you know it or not, you used a web form when you placed your online order. Not only are web forms necessary for you to […]

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60% of People Are Sticking With Facebook, Even After the Latest Data Breach [New Data]
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When Facebook announced last Friday that tens of millions of user accounts had been compromised in a data breach, many of us wondered: Is this the end of the social network giant as we know it? It’s not exactly the first major PR crisis involving user privacy to happen — not even the first in […]

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5 Ways You Can Run More Effective International Meetings
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Global teams bring perspectives from various cultures and mindsets, but they also bring obvious challenges: different time zones, language barriers, social norm differences, and communication styles. These are common challenges for nearly any global team, so it’s important to be empathetic and consider how your coworkers around the globe may be experiencing a certain challenge […]

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