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Doing These 5 Things WILL HELP YOU Get More Ecommerce Sales This HOLIDAYS

This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media in businesses.

Holiday-season ecommerce sales figures hit a higher of $46.55 billion in 2013 and that number is likely to increase this year, continuing an upward trend of more consumers doing their holiday shopping on the internet. What are you thinking about doing to place your ecommerce business able to capture a share of 2014’s holidays revenue?

These five things might help your business get yourself a bigger little bit of the pie this year.

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Doing These 7 Things MIGHT HELP Jump-Start Your Startup Career

Recent graduates may be surprised to find so many similarities between landing jobs at startups and industry stalwarts.

Getting that first job can frequently be the most challenging task you’ll face as a recently available graduate, right now when the labor market may be the strongest it’s been in years. Landing a gig at a startup could be even more complicated. For the brand new grad, it is the all too familiar Catch-22: To acquire a job, you will need experience, but to get experience, you will need a job. A blank resume doesn’t bode well.

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Dominate Facebook With This $5 ONLINE MARKETING STRATEGY

This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media in businesses.

You can write the best novel on the planet, but if nobody eventually ends up reading your book, what purpose does it serve?

The same is true for marketers, companies and entrepreneurs who are trying to promote their brands on Facebook.

In the event that you run a business Facebook page, you have likely come across the issue of reaching a restricted number of users, despite creating compelling content. If you would like your content to be observed, shared and discussed, you’re definitely not alone.

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Donald Trump WILL GET Away With It, NEVERTHELESS, YOU Can’t

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A couple of years ago, who owns a favorite diner near me made a decision to run for our local township’s board of commissioners. It’s a significant and visible position locally. But there is a problem. He was a Republican.

Not that being truly a Republican is such a problem. At least not in lots of places. But where I live — well, it’s sort of a problem. Almost all of my community, which is populated heavily by academics, educators and union members, is somewhere left of Karl Marx. There are few Republicans around and those that are virtually keep a minimal profile. Also, there have been no Republicans on the township’s board at that time. However the diner owner wished to be on the board. What the hell was he thinking?

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Donald Trump and The Art of the Reboot

This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media in businesses.

Donald Trump has already established some rough spots in his campaign. He damaged his credibility in early stages as an applicant by making a string of confusing and ill-advised statements about punishing women who’ve an abortion and expressing scant concern about nuclear proliferation. His campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, have been dogged by charges that he assaulted a Breitbart reporter. A whole lot worse was the shellacking Trump took in the Wisconsin primary, losing by a shocking double-digit margin. Reports had said that with the “Make America Great Again” campaign was in evident disarray, Trump’s team of advisors were focusing on a “reboot.” As the presumptive Republican nominee, there a bright spot in this story. The reboot.

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How To CREATE A Digital Presence For Professional Success

This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media in businesses.

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In a global where the person with average skills in the centre East has 2.2 cellular devices and spends up to six hours a day linked to the net, it’s more important than ever before that you actively consider how exactly to curate your digital footprint. That is a new facet of our reputation that people have to just work at; we can’t just assume that it’s good and we can’t assume that we’re vigilant enough. Think about your Internet presence carefully and mindfully.

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Samsung Can’t Have All of the Fun: 5 Other Mega Brands Rocking the Selfie

When you meet President Barack Obama, you sort of need to snap a selfie. It’s the best pics-or-it-didn’t-happen humblebrag. The commander in chief himself loves an excellent selfie. Yup, even at funerals.

But Obama doesn’t dig selfies so much when celebs stage them with respect to big name brands ambush advertising-style, such as a few doozies arranged by Samsung lately. Although it appeared as if the POTUS was plenty pleased to pose for a selfie with Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz the other day, he’s not thrilled now in what ended up being a sneaky promotional selfie that the Korean electronics giant paid the slugger to fully capture.

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Tech Billionaires Including Tim Cook, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg Promised 18 Million Masks to Fight COVID-19

This weekend saw a flurry in Silicon Valley CEOs promising their companies would donate masks to healthcare workers.

This story originally appeared on Business Insider

Tech billionaires are jostling to donate protective masks.

Over the weekend a flurry of tech CEOs including Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Tesla’s Elon Musk promised to provide an incredible number of masks to healthcare workers focusing on leading line to fight the coronavirus.

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Team Productivity: Striking a Balance Between Being truly a Boss and Friend

Learning to make sure your individual connections at the job are healthy and productive.

Numerous studies have discovered that having friends at the job is an effective thing. Science has discovered that meaningful friendships at work have benefits like increased emotional well-being, trust, and loyalty. It’s also healthy physically. Making and keeping workplace friends will certainly reduce anxiety and stress and boost your productivity. Your job friendships result in more candid feedback, a larger sense of belonging, and improved teamwork and collaboration.

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Tech All Stars and Investment-Hungry Startups Rub Elbows at OASIS Summit in Santa Monica

SXSW isn’t the only heavy-hitter tech conference attracting techies around the world this week. A smaller, slightly more glamorous tech con is going on at this time in the heart of L.A.’s Silicon Beach. It’s called the Oasis Summit. Maybe you’ve heard about it.

The event is completely swing now in its second trip to the historic oceanfront Fairmont Miramar Hotel in Santa Monica. There, above the scenic Pacific Ocean bluffs where big screen bombshells Marilyn Monroe and Greta Garbo once rented lavish bungalows, senior-level investors, thought leaders and tech executives are power networking with corporate media, scrappy startups and, very appropriately, a small number of entrepreneurial Hollywood stars.

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