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Wow! There’s a lot of TV to watch. In fact, 409 scripted TV series were released in 2015, a record even in the midst of the “golden age” of television.

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Once one of the most-used social media websites on the planet, Twitter has been falling into an era of decline at an alarming rate. Millennials, the most active and up-to-date users of social media on the daily, are no longer using

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The Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet. It can be seen from outer space, it is a World Heritage Site, it is the single biggest structure ever made by living organisms, and it generates

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Virtual reality is one of the fastest-growing areas of the technology world, projected to be a $5.2 billion industry by 2020. It’s clear to see why virtual reality is such a popular niche. It’s revolutionary in

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When it comes to thinking like your target market, it’s hard to tell whether Millennials are the easiest to read — or the hardest. In 2015, EOS accounted for 11.5% of all lip balm sales in the United States. It was second only to Burt’s Bees at

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It seems strange that an app which hit the markets with almost no advertising campaign whatsoever would have something to teach us about marketing. Nevertheless, the extreme viral success of Pokemon Go demonstrates that

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Sales: is it an art or a science? There are plenty of arguments surrounding this topic, but when it comes down to it – I see it as a little bit of both. Like an artist adds value to their medium, a salesperson adds value to

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Original Post: Graph What? Why Facebook is Moving Big into Search By Matthew Zeitlin | January 15, 2013 “Instead of just searching for content that already has its own page on Facebook—think fan pages, groups, or events—Graph Search will allow users to make much more specific searches. The results will be culled from information users […]

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