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21 of the Best Facebook Pages We've Ever Seen
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With more than 2.20 billion monthly active users, Facebook is a major player in the world of social networking. Businesses looking to market using Facebook have one major tool at their disposal: the Facebook Page. Facebook Pages were specifically engineered for businesses. They provide a public home on Facebook for a business, and they allow […]

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The Definition of Negative and Positive Feedback Loops in 200 Words or Less
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Negative and positive feedback loops are used to draw attention to significant product or company issues. These feedback loops use customer or employee complaints to create long-term product or workplace solutions. Here, we’ll dive into the definitions of negative and positive feedback loops, and provide examples, so you can ensure your company is using constructive […]

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How to Find Out Why You Didn’t Get the Job
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You send in a stellar resume. You blow the recruiter away in the phone screen. And you wow everyone you speak with during your in-person interview. And yet, you still don’t get the job. Worst of all, you don’t know why you didn’t get it — you either didn’t hear back at all, or received […]

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Here's What Playing With a VR Headset Is Actually Like
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Virtual reality (VR) is one of those technologies, it seems, that will be eternally “emerging.” Don’t get me wrong — it’s certainly becoming more of a household topic. Twenty years ago, one might only come across VR in museums, science fairs, and laboratories. Now, they’re available for purchase by anyone who has an internet connection […]

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UX vs. UI: What's the Difference?
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Understanding the difference between UX and UI can get confusing — the roles work closely together, and sometimes the terms are used too ambiguously to firmly understand either one. To understand the difference between UX and UI, let’s start with an example: YouTube. Take a look at the YouTube home screen. Everything you’re seeing — […]

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Unriddled: The Latest From Facebook, Announcements From (And About) Apple, and More Tech News You Need
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Welcome one, welcome all to a very warm Wednesday. Not only have we reached the week’s halfway point, but we’re one day away from the official start of summer here in Boston. This Wednesday also brings another edition of “Unriddled”: the HubSpot Marketing Blog’s mid-week digest of the tech news you need to know. We’ve […]

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5 Ways You’re Losing Good Candidates In The Recruitment Process
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A candidate’s opinion of your organization will be shaped almost entirely by the recruitment process. Consider their first touch point with your company as a first date. While it’s crucial for the candidate to sweep the recruiter off their feet, recruiters often forget how important it is for them to create a positive impression in […]

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7 Expert Cover Letter Tips to Get the Job
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Here’s a hard truth: your cover letter might have almost no impact on whether or not you get hired. A hiring manager might gloss over it, or not bother reading it at all. But under certain circumstances when a recruiter is unsure if she wants to move forward with you, it counts big-time. Cover letters […]

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The Top 7 Free Alternatives to Adobe Illustrator of 2018
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Adobe Illustrator is a hugely popular tool for designing vector graphics, logos, icons, and more. But when you’re a web or graphic designer with a small budget, you probably can’t afford Adobe Illustrator’s steep $239.88 pricing. Luckily, there are plenty of top-notch free alternatives on the market, some of which even offer features unparalleled by […]

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