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  • Hannelly Perez
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Economy

    Economy

    As a lot of people know the economic is changing in many aspects, it is true because of this situation we are living now the economy has changed a lot affecting people in the whole world. Now speaking of workplace maybe in 5 or 6 years it will be completely changed, everything is going to be digital, the companies is going to use machines instead of people everything will be technological. We have to be prepare to everything that is coming. Now in this moment there are countries that were more affected than other. The past and the present of economic develoment sets platform for the long-term future.
  • CreNaetive
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Get out of the COVID funk
  • Bojan Peic Gavran
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Why is Renting a Chauffeur Service a Good Idea?

    Why is Renting a Chauffeur Service a Good Idea?

    When you hear the word chauffeur, the first thing you think of is someone driving a car. But that can’t be right. Isn’t that a driver? Maybe a cab driver?
  • Engati
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence | Chris N. West | Engati CX

    Trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence | Chris N. West | Engati CX

    Chris West, Founder & President of LR Training Solutions, shares the importance of trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence in this episode of Engati CX. Read on to find out how to use these tools to leverage your business and SEO presence.
  • Hirsh Mohindra
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Facts of Buying Real Estate Property

    Facts of Buying Real Estate Property

    It requires a large amount of money to purchase a house, and such investment is made by very few people. Irrespective of everything, buying a residential property is far more than the transfer of money. The same thing is also applied to those people who sell their houses says Hirsh Mohindra. The people interested in buying the house sometimes are so much obsessed with the architecture and design of the property, do not consider its location, and how far it is from the working place.
  • Lynda Arbon
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Beginners Guide: How to get money for your startup?

    Beginners Guide: How to get money for your startup?

    If you’re sitting on an office desk and daydreaming of your own business, but at the same time worried about the capital investment, then you’re at the right place. Being an entrepreneur and starting a business of your own is not a cakewalk. From logistics to operation, hiring, and even electricity bills, there are a whole lot of things to be kept in mind before starting a business of your own. All these things are not possible without a rock-solid capital, and capital is something hard to come by. As an entrepreneur, you will need an influx of cash to start a business, varying as per the nature of the company. Also, when every small business is thinking out-of-the-box to seek funding, it is becoming challenging to approach investors. If you’re also a part of this rat race and don’t know from where to start to find funds for business, then mentioned below are eight realistic ways.
Staff Picks
  • P
    Published 5 days ago
    My First Month on Vocal

    My First Month on Vocal

    I relate to Ms. Woodson. I read slowly too. I remember when the 6th book of Harry Potter came out, I had the book for a couple of days before one of my friends did. However, she finished several days before I did. I asked her how she did that and she responded that her teachers taught to read for context, so she didn't read every word in the sentence. That blew my mind. Not only did I read every word, but my imagination is also so active that I would pause in my reading to watch it play out. I am a big believer in reading the book before deciding to see a movie or tv adaptation. I choose not to see many adaptations, but on the other hand, I do decide to see them more often than not. The narrator's voice is at it's most authentic self when you read and your interpretation of that voice says a lot about their ability to submerge you into their story and your ability as a reader to create.
  • Reija Sillanpaa
    Published 16 days ago
    Why I write on Vocal

    Why I write on Vocal

    I will be honest and say that when I first came across Vocal, I had hopes of fat paychecks and visions of quitting the day job. It hasn’t worked out like that. Not even close. In reality, I have now earned almost enough for a couple of bags of crisps and a can of coke. But I have not given up writing on Vocal, even if I’m yet to earn enough to buy myself a pint. 
  • Andrew Sotomayor
    Published 2 months ago
    Becoming a Makeup Artist, Creative Inspiration, and A Look Inside My Apartment

    Becoming a Makeup Artist, Creative Inspiration, and A Look Inside My Apartment

    I recently did a fun behind-the-scenes video about my life. I've been collecting small paintings, prints, and one very special trophy. Join me in my cozy space, meet my chihuahuas, and check out the art and objects that inspire me. My apartment was chosen specifically because I wanted a smaller apartment than my last one so I could go to work, come home to a neat organized space, and basically just get ready for the next phase of my life. I would love to get back to gardening, hobbies, and cooking more, but in the meantime, I’m in full work mode!
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 2 months ago
    I finally reached my Vocal Media payout!

    I finally reached my Vocal Media payout!

    I don't consider myself a great writer but I am a patient person. Over the last two years I have tried to be as consistent as I could. I've experienced some difficulties but pushed through and it was all worth it. The money isn't a huge deal but it is nice to have a small reward for my efforts. I don't think Vocal Media is for everyone but I really appreciate the great staff that they have and how they've encouraged me to continue to write.
  • Monse Cordero
    Published 2 months ago
    To the background heroes in our lives.

    To the background heroes in our lives.

    “What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.” –Confucius
  • Jeremy Frommer
    Published 2 months ago
    Benevolent Ruthlessness

    Benevolent Ruthlessness

    Pushing vs Pulling
Featured Collections
Advice
  • Ashley Beeby
    Published about 10 hours ago
    How to be original as a writer.

    How to be original as a writer.

    As a writer, both of non-fiction and fiction works, I am often challenged with my own nagging voices of doubt. As most of my fiction writing is a collection of incoherent notes, random images in my mind, and barely-started manuscripts, it’s easy to feel isolated in my passion. Reading other works offers inspiration, but can also offer the double-edged sword.
  • Sophia Lan
    Published about 11 hours ago
    7 Convincing Reasons Why Choosing a VPS For Hosting Your Website Is A Good Idea

    7 Convincing Reasons Why Choosing a VPS For Hosting Your Website Is A Good Idea

    Your business website is a digital face of your company and it tells a lot about your business. If your website is outdated, slow or unprofessional, it will create the same perception about your business in the mind of your website visitor. Research shows that 75% of users make judgement about a company's credibility based on their website design and performance.
  • Miranda Shepard
    Published a day ago
    Story Prompts to Beat the Block

    Story Prompts to Beat the Block

    Writers block is one of the most frustrating feelings in the world, and while there's no single way to 'cure' it, there are those who say that pushing through it is all you need to do... as if it was that easy to 'just write'. These writing prompts won't help you finish your novel, win the Man Booker Prize, or clear out that cupboard that you've been avoiding for years now... but they might just spark inspiration and get you writing again.
Business
  • Hirsh Mohindra
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Facts of Buying Real Estate Property

    Facts of Buying Real Estate Property

    It requires a large amount of money to purchase a house, and such investment is made by very few people. Irrespective of everything, buying a residential property is far more than the transfer of money. The same thing is also applied to those people who sell their houses says Hirsh Mohindra. The people interested in buying the house sometimes are so much obsessed with the architecture and design of the property, do not consider its location, and how far it is from the working place.
  • Lynda Arbon
    Published about 9 hours ago
    Beginners Guide: How to get money for your startup?

    Beginners Guide: How to get money for your startup?

    If you’re sitting on an office desk and daydreaming of your own business, but at the same time worried about the capital investment, then you’re at the right place. Being an entrepreneur and starting a business of your own is not a cakewalk. From logistics to operation, hiring, and even electricity bills, there are a whole lot of things to be kept in mind before starting a business of your own. All these things are not possible without a rock-solid capital, and capital is something hard to come by. As an entrepreneur, you will need an influx of cash to start a business, varying as per the nature of the company. Also, when every small business is thinking out-of-the-box to seek funding, it is becoming challenging to approach investors. If you’re also a part of this rat race and don’t know from where to start to find funds for business, then mentioned below are eight realistic ways.
  • Intelvue
    Published a day ago
    5 Amazing Marketing strategies to survive in the pandemic

    5 Amazing Marketing strategies to survive in the pandemic

    We do not know exactly how long we will be in this situation given by Covid-19, this virus has brought about great changes to which we have had to adapt immediately to continue surviving, especially in the world of work.
Career
  • Bojan Peic Gavran
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Why is Renting a Chauffeur Service a Good Idea?

    Why is Renting a Chauffeur Service a Good Idea?

    When you hear the word chauffeur, the first thing you think of is someone driving a car. But that can’t be right. Isn’t that a driver? Maybe a cab driver?
  • CreNaetive
    Published a day ago
    Building an Artist

    Building an Artist

    Many people want to be an artist. They want to build a life of creative freedom and minimal responsibilities outside of themselves.
  • Marketta Sowers
    Published a day ago
    Common Traits of Successful Bloggers

    Common Traits of Successful Bloggers

    Blogging has been a common side hustle for years. For some, it’s even become a full-time job. But how do you know if you really have what it takes to blog for a living? Well, besides just giving it a try, if you posses one or more of the following traits, you may be up for the life of a blogger.
Celebrities
Economy
  • Hannelly Perez
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Economy

    Economy

    As a lot of people know the economic is changing in many aspects, it is true because of this situation we are living now the economy has changed a lot affecting people in the whole world. Now speaking of workplace maybe in 5 or 6 years it will be completely changed, everything is going to be digital, the companies is going to use machines instead of people everything will be technological. We have to be prepare to everything that is coming. Now in this moment there are countries that were more affected than other. The past and the present of economic develoment sets platform for the long-term future.
  • Ivan Ivanka
    Published 6 days ago
    Australia is an American Company

    Australia is an American Company

    There are conventional and unconventional strategies when it comes to mitigating risks, ensuring business continuity and making sure you have ample cash available. My example for today is a country. It's a continent. No - it's actually a company.
  • harsh raj
    Published 9 days ago
    Consumer Trends 2020

    Consumer Trends 2020

    Markets have shifted from being product-centric to customer-centric today. Businesses, irrespective of the industry, have been adopting frontier technologies like Data analytics, AI, ML, etc, to harness big data, expedite market research, extract insights on changing consumer behaviour and needs, seize potential business opportunities, avoid costly errors, etc.
Fact Or Fiction
  • Faye Renee
    Published 25 days ago
    Save One

    Save One

    She tossed and turned all during the night. At 5:20 a.m. she got up to use the bathroom for the second time. Worried feelings buzzed around in her head. She took a Sleepydryl pill in hopes of catching a few solid winks, and at the same time clear up any impending sinus problems upon awakening tomorrow.
  • Tom Cortes
    Published 25 days ago
    The Ego Death

    The Ego Death

    “I simply cannot risk that,” the CEO said, looking unconfidently at the barely drank glass of whiskey in his hand, shaking slightly from resting on his nervously fidgeting leg. Anthony was reading his behavior. His words told of his confidence in his own public relations team, but his behavior told of his fear. His fear that everything Anthony was warning him of was true. Anthony looked him in the eyes and smiled calmly at him while finishing his last sip of whiskey, then responded.
  • Sam H Arnold
    Published 6 months ago
    I Lost One Follower — Here Is What I Learnt

    I Lost One Follower — Here Is What I Learnt

    One of the challenges I set myself last year was to increase my followers by 1000. Due to this, I became obsessed with checking my stats. At the height of my obsession, I was checking stats once an hour. All that wasted writing time checking stats.
History
  • Mae McCreery
    Published 14 days ago
    The Lost Generation

    The Lost Generation

    Americans who lived in Paris at this time had many different types of jobs. Although most people fell into a type of artistry or were independently wealthy. Considering an American could live in Paris for about a $1,000 for a whole year, a lot of people came to Paris to party and not work. While Ernest Hemingway lived in a one bedroom apartment with his wife, writing articles about life in Paris to the Toronto Star, Cole Porter had moved to Paris solely with his grandfather’s fortune. Although he did make a name for himself as a songwriter, but he made little money from it.
  • Andrew Dixon
    Published 3 months ago
    Sweatshops

    Sweatshops

    Every day first world citizens benefit from the labor of those in other countries. Most of the labor is performed in poorly run facilities that have a tendency to take advantage of the employees. Sweatshops have been an industrial stronghold since America took the world of business by surprise in the eighteen-hundreds. The use of sweatshops is not hidden but widely ignored by the masses. I wanted to research this topic to better understand sweatshops and how they function, after seeing a political commentary on it. The purpose of this essay is to delve into how sweatshops affect companies outsourcing labor and the people providing labor. The essay will cover why America outsources labor, the effects of outsourcing labor, and alternatives for employers and employees.
  • Haley Bice
    Published 3 months ago
    The house and life of Jacques Coeur

    The house and life of Jacques Coeur

    There are many intrigues surrounding the house of Jacques Coeur, just as interesting, in fact, is the life of the man who owned the house. From a successful businessperson to a man framed for crimes against the king, he and his home have seen it all. Jacques Coeur’s house in Bourges is an important standing reminder of the Middle Ages in France, as well as a moral reminder of the risks of great wealth and debt.
How To
  • CreNaetive
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Get out of the COVID funk
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published a day ago
    How To Grow Your Bike Business Quickly

    How To Grow Your Bike Business Quickly

    When it comes to building a business around bikes, it is a challenge to grow one quickly. No matter how much technology and the internet continue to grow and change, the bike business is still retail first. This means that if someone is starting their own bike business, there are a few key ways that someone can improve their sales and grow their customer base.
  • Marketta Sowers
    Published a day ago
    The Differences Between Writers and Bloggers

    The Differences Between Writers and Bloggers

    You wouldn’t really think there would be many differences between a writer and a blogger. I mean, you are writing blog posts, so doesn’t it mean the same thing? The answer is yes, kind of. You may be writing blog posts but blogs have an entirely different voice, format, and formula. Let’s break these down a little further so you can see what I mean here.
Humanity
  • Jessica Lynn
    Published about 12 hours ago
    The Grave Setup.

    The Grave Setup.

    My entire work career I had always been in the food industry. If you have ever worked in the food industry you are well aware of the laid back environment. It is entirely different from any other work environment. The personalities are more adaptive, and the rule's aren't so black and white. When you're a server/bartender you become everybody's therapist, friend, confidant, and in general somebody they can rely on. The regular guests begin to know your work schedule better than you do, because they look forward to that third party ear.
  • Georgia Wilson
    Published about 14 hours ago
    3 Essential Things You Should Know About Caregiving

    3 Essential Things You Should Know About Caregiving

    Caregiving is often a misconceived job. Many people have little to no idea what it is really all about. By definition, caregiving is the activity or profession of looking after and providing care for a child, an elderly, or a sick or disabled person. Despite being a commonly used term, especially among families, many people still do not seem to understand the nature and process of caregiving. There is a lot of misconceptions surrounding this job or career.
  • Karen Lichtman
    Published 4 days ago
    I Got the Lead Role In a Baseball Movie Sequel

    I Got the Lead Role In a Baseball Movie Sequel

    Well the night's begun and you want some fun. Do you think you're gonna find it (find it)? You got to treat yourself like number one. Do you need to be reminded (need to be reminded)? --"Shout It Out Loud," Kiss.
Industry
  • BrandsDesign
    Published 2 days ago
    Top Design Outsourcing Platforms That Are Bringing A New Wave in the Design Industry
  • Zepth Platform
    Published 3 days ago
    Restarting Construction Post-COVID- Exploring the New Normal

    Restarting Construction Post-COVID- Exploring the New Normal

    The COVID-19 pandemic has hit every industry and construction is not an exception. But gradually, as the lockdowns are being lifted, businesses are limping back to normal. There is going to be a new normal now as construction projects resume and people start going to work once again. Project managers can expect to have additional responsibilities now, with employee safety and social distancing becoming as vital as successful completion and delivery of projects. With these aspects, there are also concerns related to productivity, timelines, budgets and costs. With so much being at stake, realigning your business and processes with the new normal becomes a necessity. Here are some measures that you can implement to make the transition a smooth one.
  • Pushpitha Wijesinghe
    Published 3 days ago
    How to get an insight in sea freight

    How to get an insight in sea freight

    If you happen to be planning on importing or exporting goods, then, you've got to analyse the best way to get your goods across to its destinations. Airfreight is what's growing in demand in the present day thus increasing in price as well. Sea freight, on the other hand, is mostly used when transporting manufactured goods from the East, however, it is the cheaper method as these days, there is more room in ships than necessary.
Interview
  • Engati
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence | Chris N. West | Engati CX

    Trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence | Chris N. West | Engati CX

    Chris West, Founder & President of LR Training Solutions, shares the importance of trend tracking with Artificial Intelligence in this episode of Engati CX. Read on to find out how to use these tools to leverage your business and SEO presence.
  • Engati
    Published a day ago
    The journey from analog to digital | Lee Bryant | Engati CX

    The journey from analog to digital | Lee Bryant | Engati CX

    What is the philosophy behind digital transformations? And how can we as leaders transform our business in such a way that drives efficiency and satisfaction within the organization and its customers? Join us on a journey to digital transformation, with the co-founder of Headshift, Lee Bryant on Engati CX.
  • Mike John
    Published a day ago
    Famous Journalist Alisia Watson who writes for HuffPost Joins MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief

    Famous Journalist Alisia Watson who writes for HuffPost Joins MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief

    Alisia Watson was born in Torino, Italy on 06 January 1993. Alisia Watson early life was full of poverty but still she managed to study and completed her graduation. Alisia was graduated in Journalism and then later on Business Administration from University of Torino. Alisia Watson, since her school was fond of writing. She wrote for many school magazine and won prizes. Moreover, she also wrote in different university annual magazines and other student societies magazines and made her name in Italy for her best write up. Alisia Watson has been even nominated for the best Author of 2019 in Italy. Alisia Watson has been writing for HuffPost, Read Write and Datafloq and then later on joined MUS Tech Publishers as an Editor-in-Chief in January 2020.
List
  • Samantha Proctor
    Published 10 days ago
    Five Side Hustles To Try If You Are Looking For Additional Income

    Five Side Hustles To Try If You Are Looking For Additional Income

    Living on a budget can be extremely difficult and sometimes having some extra income would be really nice. 2020 took everyone by surprise and turned our lives completely upside down. From the loss of jobs to working from home to losing hours, having a steady income is something that was pretty unpredictable in the face of the Covid-19 situation. So many people were caught off guard and weren’t always sure if they would have a job from one day to the next. And that is one reason that having a side hustle is so beneficial. If you are looking for a way to make some extra income that you can still do at home, one of these options might be the best way for you to go.
  • Sarah Michelle
    Published 14 days ago
    Top 5 Free Places to List Your Business

    Top 5 Free Places to List Your Business

    Visibility is not just a word in this digital era. It a crucial part of your venture. People don’t see you, they don’t buy from you. So, if you want to remain the part of the market, you need to find out the best ways to let people recognize your business. So, here we are going to help you find the best places online to build up your profile and list your business.
  • Ayomide Ajayi
    Published 17 days ago
    Top 10 online work from home business ideas
Literature
  • Meadow Leight-Bell
    Published 2 months ago
    Insubordination

    Insubordination

    "Don't ever turn the dryer timer counterclockwise," the repairman told me. He will have to get a part and come back in a couple of days. Meanwhile, I will be without a working dryer. Admittedly, I must have known not to turn electronic dials backward. My dad is an electrician, after all. But, somewhere along the way, I fell into the habit of taking a short cut.
  • Jessie White
    Published 6 months ago
    Book Trailers
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 8 months ago
    How Should I Edit My Story?

    How Should I Edit My Story?

    Writers come in different shapes and sizes. Some of us write as much as we can in one day, never counting the words, and taking a day or two off to percolate. Some of us make certain to follow a stringent routine of no less than 2,000 words a day. Whatever works for you works for you, but after a novel has been written, it's imperative to edit that novel.
Social Media
  • John Anderson
    Published 3 days ago
    Karat: A New Card Ties Your Credit to Your Social Media Stats, Founded by Instagram and finance alums

    Karat: A New Card Ties Your Credit to Your Social Media Stats, Founded by Instagram and finance alums

    Spencer Donnelly is a creator of video game-related content on YouTube. Under the pseudonym TheRussianBadger, he accumulates nearly 2.7 million subscribers on his channel, and, thanks to the percentage obtained on the platform's advertising revenues, he was able to make it his main occupation.
  • raaman
    Published 3 days ago
    2 Social Networks for your Brand

    2 Social Networks for your Brand

    Seven out of ten people declare themselves fans or follow certain brands through the social media platforms, according to the latest report. In addition, around 25% admit that if said business does not have a profile on any of the social network platform (be it Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram) it inspires mistrust among people. But this does not stop here, more than half of the users of social media networks affirm that, before buying a specific product or service, they first look for information on social networks.
  • Ben Cottam
    Published 4 days ago
    5 Reasons ANYONE Should Become a Twitch Streamer/YouTuber