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The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Campaigns
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From P&G’s “Thank You, Mom” to American Express’s “Small Business Saturday” to Dos Equis’s “Most Interesting Man in the World,” marketing campaigns have a way of sticking with us long after an impression or purchase. Why is that? Well, campaigns make companies memorable. They promote a focused effort that guides consumers towards a desired action. […]

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Here's What's Stopping Virtual Reality From Going Mainstream [New Data]
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In case you missed it: People really, really want virtual reality (VR) to become a mainstream technology. At least, one person in particular does. That would be Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook — who at the 2017 Oculus Connect developer conference announced his lofty vision of one billion people using VR. Of course, there’s a […]

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The 100 Best YouTube Channels in Every Category
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Sometimes, taking a quick break from work to watch YouTube videos is the only way to stay sane during a stressful day. There’s just something about 20-minute long Vine compilations and brutally honest Chevy ad spoofs that can instantly lift your spirits, especially when you’re running on fumes towards the end of the work day […]

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Making Your Own Font Is Way Easier Than You'd Expect
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If you’re attempting to personalize branding materials or impress a client with a unique design, you might want to consider creating your own font. It’s easier than it sounds. I have limited (read: none) design talent, and I was able to create a font in ten minutes using Prototypo.io, a Typedesign software. There are plenty […]

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The 36 Best Instagram Captions for Every Type of Post
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If you’re anything like me, you take about four minutes choosing a filter for your Instagram photo, and about four hours deciding on a caption. Worst of all, after much creative effort and advice from friends, I’m usually barely able to write a caption that goes beyond, “Had a fun day with friends!”. And I’m […]

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How to Choose a Professional Email Address [+ Examples]
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News flash — your email address from high school won’t cut it in the real world. Even if “baseballbro25@aim.com” serves as a nostalgic reminder for your peak athletic years, it’ll look like an eyesore on your resume and prompt any recruiter or hiring manager to automatically chuck it in the trash. That said, there’s probably […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Google Sheets
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Saying that marketers are data-centric people is an understatement: Between return on investment, cost per acquisition and more, they’re always looking at different metrics and reporting on progress. It can be tricky to keep all of those numbers straight, though. That’s where spreadsheets come in handy. With a well-organized spreadsheet, marketers can quickly analyze robust […]

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Flat Design: Everything You Need to Know in 5 Minutes (+ Examples)
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Flat design is a user interface style that uses simple two-dimensional elements, minimal textures, and bright colors. There are plenty of benefits to flat design — the simple elements allow for faster load time and easier user navigation.Plus, it looks modern and clean. Windows 8 is a good example of flat design: As you can […]

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A Simple Explanation of Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees
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There are two types of employees — “exempt” and “non-exempt”. You might’ve seen these terms on job postings, or heard them in conversation. If you aren’t sure what they mean, don’t worry — here, we’re going to break them down. Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Employees One of the biggest differences between exempt and non-exempt employees is […]

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