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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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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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6 Visual Merchandising Examples That Drive Sales
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Designing window displays is like creating content. If you write a formulaic blog post packed with clichés, it won’t resonate with your audience. Similarly, if you plop a standard mannequin dressed in a seasonal outfit in your window display, it won’t persuade anyone to shop at your store. Nowadays, no matter what industry you work […]

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A Beginner's Guide to Data Flow Diagrams
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Ask any professional athlete or business executive how they became successful, and they’ll tell you they mastered a process. By figuring out which of their habits led to success, which didn’t, and learning from past successes and failures, they could improve their efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity at work. But implementing a process into a business, […]

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9 Fun (Not Cheesy) Ice Breaker Games Your Employees Will Enjoy
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Asking “How is everyone?” at the beginning of every meeting isn’t always the best way to encourage connection and team bonding. Sometimes, you need to take it a step further with an ice breaker. The best ice breakers have the power to strengthen coworker bonds, stimulate better brainstorming sessions, and create an atmosphere of inclusivity. […]

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6 Brain Triggers Copywriters Use to Drive Sales
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In 1923, master copywriter Claude Hopkins published a book called Scientific Advertising. It went on to sell more than eight million copies. Today, the book is widely considered the foundation of direct marketing. “Nobody, at any level, should be allowed to have anything to do with advertising until he has read this book seven times,” […]

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How to Delete Twitter [Easy Guide]
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There are a few reasons you might be considering deleting Twitter. Maybe your friends don’t use it anymore. Perhaps you spend too much time on it, and believe you’d be more productive without it. Whatever the reason, it’s easy to deactivate your Twitter account. Twitter even gives you a 30 day grace period to reactivate […]

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7 Free Career Aptitude Tests You Can Take Online Today
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Whether you’re a recent graduate or someone considering a career change, career aptitude tests can offer unique insight regarding jobs best-suited for your skillset and personality. Best of all, the career aptitude tests are objective measures of your interests — so you can avoid awkward career conversations at family parties like, “My neighbor Bill is […]

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