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Why Twitter Says Losing Millions of Users Will Benefit Advertisers
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Twitter reported a loss of one million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q2 2018 — and says that it expects to lose millions more in Q3. At the same time, its total revenue is up by nearly 7% — which the company says could, perhaps, be the result of this decreased user base. While that […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Freelancing
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Freelancing is an attractive way of life. The independence, autonomy, flexibility, and unlimited financial potential are all incredibly inviting, especially for employees who are tired of their mundane work environment. But, there’s still some mystery surrounding the enigmatic career choice. As a freelancer, how do you make money? Where do you find work or jobs? […]

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Augmented Reality (AR) Books to Add to Your Reading List
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The first time I truly took an interest in augmented reality was when I almost died from it. Okay, no — that might be dramatic. But during the summer when Pokemon Go was taking over the world, my brother and I were driving on the highway when my brother suddenly jerked the wheel to the […]

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7 Ways IoT Is Changing Retail in 2018
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You walk into a store in search of new sunglasses. As you enter, your smartphone pings, and you open it to find a map, showing you where the sunglasses you looked at online are on display in-store. You walk over to them, try them on, and put them in your bag. A robot rolls up […]

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The 30-60-90 Day Plan: Your Guide for Mastering a New Role [Template + Example]
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With all the joy and excitement of landing a new job, you can feel just as much fear and anxiety. Overcoming your new role’s learning curve and the desire to make a lasting impression on your employer can put a lot of pressure on you. What if you can’t adapt in time? Fortunately, there’s a […]

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Why So Much Mid- and Bottom-Funnel Content Doesn’t Work — and What We Can Do About It
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Recently, I was working on a story about a wave of new technology that could help publishers fight back against Facebook. I spent hours scouring the web for product videos about these new tools because I trust jargony brand press releases about as much as I trust Roseanne Barr to take over my Twitter account. […]

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21 Incredible Geometric Patterns Perfect for Your Next Design
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There’s a certain psychology to shapes. The square, for instance, evokes feelings of stability and formality — which makes sense, when we think about popular square-shaped items in our lives (houses, tables, computer screens). We often see this shape in logos when reliability is a critical component, like for Microsoft or American Express. The triangle, […]

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Personalization Versus Privacy: Making Sense of the Privacy Paradox
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With so much competition online, personalized content and appealing to the individual consumer is a key way for businesses to break through the noise. As customers, we want businesses to know what we want and tailor the content we see accordingly, but when companies appear to have too many insights into our personal affairs it […]

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Careful, YouTube: Facebook and Instagram Might Be Coming for You
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Facebook and Instagram are looking to become destination video sites — or, at least, it’s looking that way. This month, both social networks announced new video initiatives and features that cater towards content creators and offer new ways for users to interact with the sites. Earlier in June, Facebook announced it would launch funded news […]

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