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20 YouTube Tricks, Hacks & Features You'll Want to Know About
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When people talk about today’s most popular social sharing websites, YouTube often gets left out of the conversation in favor of sites like Facebook and Twitter. But don’t be fooled: YouTube has a lot going for it. Although Facebook might be the largest social networking site, YouTube has the second greatest reach after Facebook in […]

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Good Bots vs. Bad Bots: How to Tell the Difference
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Navigating the web these days can make a person feel like Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. There’s so much to be seen here that — until somewhat recently — was fairly unheard of. And we don’t know what’s good or bad. It’s as if we’re constantly coming across a new cast of characters and […]

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A Tale of Two Teamwork Apps: Microsoft Teams vs. Slack [Infographic]
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Confession: I am a bonafide productivity junkie. It seems like there isn’t a hack I haven’t tried — from calendar tricks, to new break-taking structures, to time management experiments, I love trying every get-more-done-in-a-day tip I come across. Among them are different app recommendations, especially the ones designed to make teamwork more efficient. In fact, 74% […]

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10 of the Best Ads from February: Offbeat Serenades, Great Hair, and a Potato
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We’re recapping some of the best ads from February, and we promise they aren’t all Super Bowl ads you’ve already seen. February brought us an impressive selection of 30-second spots, extended videos, and interactive campaigns. We even included a particularly clever banner ad. Whatever projects you’re preparing to tackle next month, take a look through these […]

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The Do's and Don'ts of Infographic Typography [Free Guide]
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The following is an excerpt from Do’s and Don’ts of Infographic Design, a free guide we created with our friends at leading graphic design software company Venngage. If you’d like to access the full guide, click here. One of the most important, but least considered parts of designing an infographic is typography. After all, picking […]

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How LinkedIn Uses LinkedIn for Marketing [Infographic]
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If you’ve applied for a job within the last several years, you’ve probably used LinkedIn somewhere along the way. Whether you’re updating your resume, applying for a role, or communicating with a recruiter, LinkedIn has become a huge part of the modern job search. And while LinkedIn might not be your first thought when it […]

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Apply Yourself: 28 Marketing Awards Worth Going For
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“Something that is conferred or bestowed especially on the basis of merit or need.” That’s the Merriam-Webster definition of the word “award.” And for such a brief statement, it packs a lot of punch — especially with that “merit” part. After all, we all love merit-based recognition, especially at work. Being recognized for a job […]

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6 of the Best Messaging Apps for Different Scenarios
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Anyone remember AIM — previously known as AOL Instant Messenger? I do. I remember downloading it to get through hours of a high school computer science class. I remember insisting to my parents that, no, it wasn’t a distraction from my homework — even though, you know, of course it was. And, I remember when […]

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10 Meaningless, Overused, and Boring Phrases You Should Cut from Your Resume
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Here’s the good news: marketing and ad agencies are getting serious about hiring new talent. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, advertising, promotions, and marketing manager employment is expected to rise 9% by 2024 — which is faster than the average for all occupations.  The not-so-good news? The competition is fierce. If you want to stand […]

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