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CWA Will Do What It Takes to Elect Hillary Clinton President

Hillary Clinton walks the Verizon picket line with CWA members in April, 2016. The nomination of Secretary Hillary Clinton for President of the United States at the Democratic National Convention this week is a historic step forwardShow More Summary

Why Location Accuracy Matters

By Julie Polmonari, Waze Northeast Sales Lead We marketers know that location-based marketing is big—so big that, as GeoMarketing notes, industry experts suggest the space will grow to $18.2 billion in advertising revenue by 2019. The...Show More Summary

4 Things You Should Never Text or Email

Most of us in our "instant gratification isn't enough" society assume that the potential fallout from transmitting sensitive information via text, fax or email is outweighed by the convenience of getting something where it needs to be fast. Show More Summary

Things to Do Before Starting a Small Business

Image Source The idea of starting a small business can be very intimidating. The pressures and pitfalls loom large, making one wonder if it is worth the effort. But with zeal, planning, and diligence you can deal with, if not avoid most of these pitfalls. Show More Summary

Bitcoin Could Actually Skyrocket Here

I don't like what I'm seeing in Bitcoin recently. Or, more specifically, what I'm seeing is very good news for Bitcoin holders potentially - which is bad news for a more diversified user like me, as I reduced my bitcoin balance at around $661.20. Show More Summary

Lizanne Kindler: A Comeback Fueld By Authentic Vision

Paradigm Shifters is a series of interviews with a select group of women and men from eclectic walks of life. It will highlight unspoken, real-life insights on how they have been able to turn weakness into strength. A naked soul point of view of how their breakdowns were really a preparation for breakthroughs. Show More Summary

Making Financial Literacy Fun

What important lessons will you teach your children this summer? Riding a bike? Sharing with others? How about teaching them important financial skills. Financial literacy may not immediately come to mind when many parents think of essential...Show More Summary

Building Olympic Brands Beyond The Games

By Duncan Hall, Strategist & Ewan Ferrier, Creative Partner at Brand Union The Olympics is arguably the greatest institution in our culture. It represents both the human instinct to compete and succeed, as well as notions of community, education, and development. Show More Summary

John Perkins: New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

In 1946, when I was a year old, my father hung up his Navy uniform and joined the U.S. Foreign Service. He could have returned to a well-paid position at Borden Cheese, but he wanted to continue serving his country after World War II. Show More Summary

Hispanics In The Boardroom: Glass Ceiling Or Foggy Windshield?

We all know about glass ceilings as the deceiving transparency of moving into the upper ranks of a corporation by members of under-represented groups. We don't often think of that barrier as a detriment to an enterprise's long-term success and value. Show More Summary

11 Silly Words in Your Twitter Profile That Make You Look Like a Complete Tool

Twitter is a great social media service that you can use to find, engage and grow a community of potential customers. But if you're going to be on Twitter and use it for business, then do us all a favor and keep your Twitter profile professional. Show More Summary

How to Create a Great Customer Experience

By Cathy Butler, SVP, Digital Products & Services, DigitasLBi A six-question guide Forrester defines customer experience as “The web of relations among all aspects of a company — including its customers, employees, partners, and operating...Show More Summary

3 Things Every Young Entrepreneur Needs to Know

As a young entrepreneur, I always question the relevance of advice from older businesspeople. Though I certainly believe in learning from experience, I feel advice can quickly become outdated, especially in the current connected environment. Show More Summary

Hate Your Job? Here's What It's Costing You

If you hate your job, chances are you hate your life. And you're not alone: anywhere from 20% to 40% of people report hating their job. That's a cringe-worthy number. Although there are a number of reasons that we choose to stay at jobs...Show More Summary

3 Great Ways to Integrate Your Blog into Your Sales Funnel

A recent study shows companies that blog are 13 times more likely to generate a positive marking return on investment (ROI) compared to those that don't. To avoid wasting time and other resources, however, you must have a clear understanding of how and where your blog fits into your sales funnel. Show More Summary

What Professional Sports Taught Me About Quick Decision Making

For the past few years, my agency has created engaging digital campaigns designed to convert casual sports fans into devoted Major League Soccer fans. This year, we created MLS Matchmaker--an interactive experience that determines which...Show More Summary

New Metrics for a New Reality

This article was originally published in Forbes. In modern business, perhaps the most sacred management adage is that what you measure is what you get. Therefore, it follows, you must manage what you measure. At the same time, Albert...Show More Summary

Awesome Benefits of Increasing Your Credit Limit

Screenshot: Many people do not fully understand what credit limit means. We all possess credit cards - some of us in different classes (gold, platinum etc) and yet we could not care less about our credit limit. We just...Show More Summary

4 Obstacles Preventing Conversions on Your E-Commerce Website

You could be attracting highly targeted website traffic, with buyer-intent, through SEO, social media and email marketing, but that doesn't guarantee it will convert into sales. Why? Sometimes a simple problem with your website will create an obstacle and kill your conversion rate. Show More Summary

Millennials & Fintech: A Different Kind of Trust

According to CFA Institute's recent survey From Trust to Loyalty: A Global Survey of What Investors Want, millennials (aged 25-34) are more likely than their older peers to embrace new technology to execute their financial strategies. Show More Summary

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