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Facebook Has Suspended 200 Apps in Data Misuse Audit
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Facebook released a statement today indicating that 200 apps have been suspended from its platform for possible data misuse. The update, penned by Facebook VP of Product Partnerships Ime Archibong, comes as a follow-up to a full audit and investigation of all apps with access to significant amounts of personal user information prior to the company’s […]

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How to Write a Professional Resignation Letter [Samples + Template]
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Telling your boss that you’re leaving the company is never an easy conversation. But a respectful resignation letter can mean the difference between an awkward goodbye, and a chance for a long-term professional connection. Ideally, you’ll provide a resignation letter two weeks before you leave the company. A resignation letter lets you officially announce your […]

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Unriddled: Facebook's Big Executive Shake-Up, Microsoft Build, and More Tech News You Need
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We all have a favorite time a year. For some, it’s the winter holidays. For others, it’s the entire duration of summer. And for tech nerds (including yours truly), it’s developer conference season. This week, the season for developer conferences forged ahead, with news and product announcements coming from Microsoft, Google, and several more. But […]

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How to Write Your First Blog Post: A Simple Formula [+ Free Blog Post Templates]
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You’ve probably heard how paramount blogging is to the success of your marketing. But it’s important that you learn how to write a blog post correctly. Without a blog, your SEO can tank, you’ll have nothing to promote in social media, you’ll have no clout with your leads and customers, and you’ll have fewer pages […]

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Top 5 Behavioral Interview Questions to Ask in 2018
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As an employer, there’s no right way to host a job interview. But you can ask each candidate the right questions to learn the most important things about them. Learning what makes a person qualified to work for you is difficult, especially if you have just a half-hour interview with them in a conference room. […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Interview Questions From HubSpot's CMO
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Alright, everyone: I’m about to let you in on a few of my best-kept interviewing secrets. In this post, I’ll uncover real questions I use when interviewing candidates for inbound marketing positions and the answers I’m looking for. These questions are meant to assess candidates not only for their marketing talent, but also for who […]

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After 10 Hours of Questions for Mark Zuckerberg, Here's What I Still Want to Know
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Having grown up in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, I can say with confidence that April is one of the months with which I most fondly remember the region. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom. And when I was a wee lass, before the Washington Nationals came to fruition, April also meant that the […]

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How to Edit a PDF [Easy Guide]
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If you regularly send PDF files over the internet, the guide below will make your life a lot easier. PDF, short for portable document format, is a type of digital file that allows you to send content that is readable by other users regardless of what software they use to view the file. And in […]

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How to Create a Pivot Table in Excel: A Step-by-Step Tutorial (With Video)
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The pivot table is one of Microsoft Excel’s most powerful — and intimidating — functions. Powerful because it can help you summarize and make sense of large data sets. Intimidating because you’re not exactly an Excel expert, and pivot tables have always had a reputation for being complicated. The good news: Learning how to create […]

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