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  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about 5 hours ago
    6 Must-Haves for Every Business

    6 Must-Haves for Every Business

    If you want to build a successful business, you need to have certain things in place. These are the tools, techniques and controls that let you keep your business on the right track for success. Although every organization is a little different, all companies have a few consistent needs. If you are running a small business, make sure you have the following.
  • Lindsey Cooper
    Published about 6 hours ago
    We see you

    We see you

    Dear the nurse in the local hospital, the sweet kid bagging my groceries, and the woman delivering my Amazon packages:
  • Kyle Smith
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Real Super heroes don't wear capes.

    Real Super heroes don't wear capes.

    Firstly, I'd like to ask you: What defines a hero? In these trying and uncertain times we live in, heroes aren't who we often read about in comic books or from DC and Marvel universes, they're people we cross paths with each and every day. they exhibit courage and braveness because they're putting their lives on the line whenever they get up, put on protective gear and travel to the war zone at the hospital. They're the same people who protect and serve this country within while assisting the most vulnerable during a time of crises. Some are people who transport those who'd been sticking by the invisible enemy and are in the back of EMT vans.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Help Small Business Owners to Prosper and De-stress

    Help Small Business Owners to Prosper and De-stress

    Owning and operating your own small business can lead to experiencing true freedom and independence to make some of the most important decisions in one’s life, such as how exactly you spend your professional time. Other benefits can include a most welcome and satisfying feeling of personal fulfillment as you strike out on your own and forge a space you can call your own in a sometimes chaotic and capricious marketplace.
  • john harry
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Get Premium Looking Custom Boxes For Your Macarons:

    Get Premium Looking Custom Boxes For Your Macarons:

    Macaron Boxes are of very unique and unconventional features. These boxes are incredibly amazing with the handy opening, quick and easy assembling. Such types of boxes can be the best option for your macarons.
  • Mira Adora
    Published about 8 hours ago
    6 Web Design Tips to Prepare Your E-commerce Site This 2020

    6 Web Design Tips to Prepare Your E-commerce Site This 2020

    The year 2020 has just rolled in. For a lot of webmasters and web designers, the new year means its time to redesign their e-commerce website.
Staff Picks
  • Aashna Grewal
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Liana Finck- The New Yorker Cartoonist tapping into the Human Psyche.

    Liana Finck- The New Yorker Cartoonist tapping into the Human Psyche.

    The New Yorker cartoons are supposed to critique modern day upper class life and have been doing so since the magazines publication in 1925. The New Yorker Cartoonist, Liana Finck, goes one step further and dissects the inner workings of the minds of modern day humans. In other words, it is like she can read my mind. Below I will analyse and comment on the cartoons that most resonated with me.
  • Mark Sorace
    Published 13 days ago
    Fame for All

    Fame for All

    My face has been seen around the world over 25-million times, but I am not even remotely famous.
  • Laura Odegard
    Published 20 days ago
    The Future of Swag is Automated

    The Future of Swag is Automated

    Swag.com was founded in early 2016 when co-founders Jeremy Parker and Josh Orbach noticed that the current swag market was filled with things that didn’t resonate with its current buyer- often times a twenty-something year old assigned with the task of purchasing branded items for their newly coveted position at a swanky company. Parker and Orbach recognized a few things about these young buyers that other promotional product companies didn’t: these buyers didn’t want to speak to anyone on the phone, they wanted a curated selection of only the best items, and they wanted to feel competent in ordering a product that was exclusive to them. Now, just 4 years after launch, Swag.com has grown to 35 employees and brings in $7m in sales.
  • Alex Tooby
    Published 22 days ago
    Below Average 9 - 5er to $150k+/year Self Employed Boss

    Below Average 9 - 5er to $150k+/year Self Employed Boss

    Let me guess, you’re considering quitting your 9 to 5?
  • Heather Down
    Published 27 days ago
    My First Week on Vocal

    My First Week on Vocal

    I am not going to lie; I was a little skeptical when the Vocal ad came through my social media feed. Eventually, curiosity got the better of me and I clicked the bait, read the verbiage and decided to give it a try. I had been in on the early days of istockphoto when it was still a tiny Calgary-based disruptor in the stock photography industry before it was bought out by the giant, Getty Images. Because of my experience in this creative arena, I knew the value of both disruptors and micropayments firsthand. Volume is the key.
  • Arlee Maxwell
    Published about a month ago
    Vocal.Media Review 2.0
Featured Collections
Advice
  • Hardik Patel
    Published about 8 hours ago
    Planning to buy the best Agriculture Twine for your business?

    Planning to buy the best Agriculture Twine for your business?

    Farming is a difficult task. The farmers have to not only sow the best seeds and follow the best practices to get the high quality crops. But, they also have to make sure that the crops that they are growing are safe and healthy. The crops should be protected from the animals. Therefore, the farmers around the glove use high quality agriculture twine to safeguard their crops. That is not it, there are several other benefits of using the twines as well. One of them is to divide the different sections of the farm if needed.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published about 11 hours ago
    Tips for Building a Strong Online Presence for Your Business

    Tips for Building a Strong Online Presence for Your Business

    In today’s world, so much happens online. People are constantly on their computers or mobile devices using search engines to read the latest news, check up on friends, find answers to questions, and locate businesses. In 2019, 81% of retail shoppers performed online research before making a purchase.
  • James Crook
    Published a day ago
    EFFICIENT WAYS TO GET FAST BUSINESS FUNDING

    EFFICIENT WAYS TO GET FAST BUSINESS FUNDING

    It is never really easy to predict how sudden you may need funds to bail out your business. Whether you have a business that is in the process of gaining recognition or one that is well-established and thriving, you might need funds at some critical point in time. One of the examples of this is the COVID-19 outbreak, as it has challenged the foundations of a large number of ventures.
Business
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about 5 hours ago
    6 Must-Haves for Every Business

    6 Must-Haves for Every Business

    If you want to build a successful business, you need to have certain things in place. These are the tools, techniques and controls that let you keep your business on the right track for success. Although every organization is a little different, all companies have a few consistent needs. If you are running a small business, make sure you have the following.
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published about 7 hours ago
    Help Small Business Owners to Prosper and De-stress

    Help Small Business Owners to Prosper and De-stress

    Owning and operating your own small business can lead to experiencing true freedom and independence to make some of the most important decisions in one’s life, such as how exactly you spend your professional time. Other benefits can include a most welcome and satisfying feeling of personal fulfillment as you strike out on your own and forge a space you can call your own in a sometimes chaotic and capricious marketplace.
  • Caleb Crawfish
    Published a day ago
    How to succeed in the world of business

    How to succeed in the world of business

    Becoming successful in anything in life requires a lot of grit and determination. As you probably already know, finding success in business is no exception. Many successful entrepreneurs have turned to mentors to help guide them through challenges most businesses will face. Unfortunately, not all of us are so lucky to have access to knowledgeable minds first hand but advice and guidance is out there if you know where to look. Personally, reading books from great entrepreneurs has served as my number one source of inspiration and learning.
Career
  • Carlos Fox
    Published a day ago
    High-Paying Jobs, You Can Learn Online

    High-Paying Jobs, You Can Learn Online

    Steer clear of the sketchy "Make Money Online Now" ads; this is the real deal. If you are looking to invest some time into your future and learn new skills you can directly apply to a high-earning career, these are some ways you can do it.
  • Lizzie Martinez
    Published 3 days ago
    LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION
  • Andrea Dawson
    Published 14 days ago
    How to Advance Your Career in Project Management

    How to Advance Your Career in Project Management

    The tips and advice in this article are suitable for wannabe project managers and for people who wish to advance a little with their career. This article offers a few tips on self-directed learning, and in areas where you should build skills and grow your experience.
Celebrities
  • Vidello Productions
    Published 6 days ago
    10 Expensive Things Owned By Dubai Billionaire Saygin Yalcin.
  • jade darmawangsa
    Published 2 months ago
    Influencers are too predictable

    Influencers are too predictable

    It took 10 years for Lady Gaga to get her feet off the ground, but when it did, she had it all. The charisma, the talent, the branding. Then it took her 10 years to find a near nemesis. In my unpopular opinion, a great example of this is the way Ava Max - a near Gaga copy cat- has followed a fast route to fame. If you just look at the similarities in the music, the blonde hair and “monster” branding. It’s almost as if Ava Max is taking direct inspiration from Gaga’s career and implementing it into her own to gain notoriety. Sadly enough, it’s working.
  • Amy Falk
    Published 2 months ago
    The Landon Legacy

    The Landon Legacy

    SEPTEMBER 24, 2015
Economy
Fact Or Fiction
History
  • Haley Bice
    Published 15 days 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.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published about a month ago
    Vaseline, Kotex, Kleenex, and Tampax are brand names, not products

    Vaseline, Kotex, Kleenex, and Tampax are brand names, not products

    Most everyone has said themselves or heard someone else say they were going to the store to purchase a box of Kotex, Kleenex, Tampax or a jar of Vasoline. In truth these are name brands of companies that sell sanitary napkins, facial tissues, tampons, and petroleum jelly. Years ago there were not as many companies manufacturing these items as there are today and also most people did not like to use “off brands”. Even when consumers do choose to purchase generic versions of these products, years of habit cause them to still refer to them by the names they have utilized all their lives. Following is a breakdown of each of these products.
  • Anna Nguyễn
    Published 2 months ago
    Globalization's impacts on life

    Globalization's impacts on life

    Today, we are going to find out globalization's importance and effects.
How To
  • Mira Adora
    Published about 8 hours ago
    6 Web Design Tips to Prepare Your E-commerce Site This 2020

    6 Web Design Tips to Prepare Your E-commerce Site This 2020

    The year 2020 has just rolled in. For a lot of webmasters and web designers, the new year means its time to redesign their e-commerce website.
  • Flora Mayer
    Published about 8 hours ago
    How to manage a multinational workforce remotely

    How to manage a multinational workforce remotely

    A multinational workforce is a necessity for any company that seeks to penetrate international markets. And, of course, your local labor market cannot provide you with all the talents that you need for growth, so you have to cast your net into international labor markets if you want to hire the best talents. Then there is the COVID-19 crisis: The coronavirus is threatening the viability of physical offices in the future, which means that even if your workforce will not be entirely remote by the end of 2020, most of your employees will soon be working remotely across numerous countries- sooner than you’d imagine!
  • Faith Summer
    Published about 13 hours ago
    How to Create SEO Friendly Blog Posts (and make more money)
Humanity
  • Michel Schwartz
    Published about 10 hours ago
    I Don't Even Know Her Name

    I Don't Even Know Her Name

    A few months ago, a young whimper snapper dared to give me a senior discount. It was an innocent mistake, maybe a kind gesture, but, at 45 years old, I was indignant. I didn’t yell but my sneer was heard by her manager. I didn’t mean to make her cry.
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Thank You To All Essential Workers

    Thank You To All Essential Workers

    We're used to thanking the usual front-line workers such as: doctors, paramedics, firemen, policemen, nurses, scientists and engineers. COVID-19 has removed our blinders. There are other front-line essential workers out there. Many of these workers have helped us in our daily lives before the pandemic and we never paid much attention to it either.
  • Karis Chopping
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Thank you to our heroes
Industry
Interview
  • Laura Odegard
    Published 20 days ago
    The Future of Swag is Automated

    The Future of Swag is Automated

    Swag.com was founded in early 2016 when co-founders Jeremy Parker and Josh Orbach noticed that the current swag market was filled with things that didn’t resonate with its current buyer- often times a twenty-something year old assigned with the task of purchasing branded items for their newly coveted position at a swanky company. Parker and Orbach recognized a few things about these young buyers that other promotional product companies didn’t: these buyers didn’t want to speak to anyone on the phone, they wanted a curated selection of only the best items, and they wanted to feel competent in ordering a product that was exclusive to them. Now, just 4 years after launch, Swag.com has grown to 35 employees and brings in $7m in sales.
  • Angus Flynn
    Published about a month ago
    7 Signs That You Crushed Your Job Interview

    7 Signs That You Crushed Your Job Interview

    Job interviews can be super stressful. Sometimes, you know right away that it isn’t going well or that the job isn’t a good fit for you. And sometimes, when the interview goes off without a hitch, you leave confident that the job is yours.
  • Jennifer Broflowski
    Published about a month ago
    Times Have Changed As Well As The Art Of Interviewing

    Times Have Changed As Well As The Art Of Interviewing

    In these tough economic times, many people are finding themselves in the less than enviable position of having to search for a new job. Competition is fierce, and nowadays landing that dream job is more difficult than ever. If you haven't been on a job interview in recent years, you may be in for a few surprises. "Today, it takes a lot more than a good first impression and a strong resume to get you the job", that's what one of my colleagues at CraftResumes.com said recently. Employers are upping the ante by using a variety of interviewing styles and questions that you may not be expecting. Interviewing styles may range from being rather relaxed to downright intimidating.
List
  • Ashley Kinsela
    Published 12 days ago
    Different Types Of Work Wear

    Different Types Of Work Wear

    If your job requires work wear, you need to buy the right type of work wear depending on your requirements and the kind of job you are doing. It is important for the work wear to be comfortable so that you don’t get distracted due to discomfort during work time. You can go to the work wear shop online to find the best work wear for your job. You can find the work wear online of the high quality that too at reasonable prices.
  • Adrian Praljak
    Published 28 days ago
    7 Ways to Make Money Online and How to Make Money With Online Content

    7 Ways to Make Money Online and How to Make Money With Online Content

    Making money online is a reality for thousands upon thousands of individuals. Now you too can make money online. Here are 7 ways you can do just that.
  • Alica Smith
    Published about a month ago
    Certain Tips for Audio-Visual Hire To Make A Successful Event

    Certain Tips for Audio-Visual Hire To Make A Successful Event

    Exactly when you are organising an AV spending plan for your event in London, you need to think cautiously to disperse the money for theming, lights, sound and vision. To guarantee that you are getting the right an incentive from your event’s AV structure, solid data on the limits of both advancement and your AV association is fundamental.
Literature
  • Jessie White
    Published 3 months ago
    Book Trailers
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 5 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.
  • David Alexander English
    Published 7 months ago
    Enoch

    Enoch

    Chapter/Episode ONE of ENOCH—The Movie—A Work In Progress—from ENOCH the Metaphysical Novel by David Alexanders English (C2018) The inspiration for this work has always been the incredible story of Enoch. There has been so much mystique and misunderstanding around this character down through the years. It is a wonder and a testament that this singular figure holds such a revered and curious place in the fascination of so many thinking people of all cultural traditions to this day, regardless of whatever belief system to which one subscribes. The goal was to humanize this character; by positing the notion: what if he really existed; then envisioning, fleshing out how might his story have actually occurred.
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