Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words? Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words?
Can You Spell These Commonly Misspelled Words?
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15 Weird U.S. Landmarks You Can Actually Visit 15 Weird U.S. Landmarks You Can Actually Visit
15 Weird U.S. Landmarks You Can Actually Visit
Cadillac Ranch (Amarillo, Texas) The Cadillac Ranch began as an art installation that featured several Cadillacs buried in the ground. Now, people are encouraged to visit and add graffiti to the colorful cars. ◄ Back Nextυ... View Article
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10 of the Most Expensive Places to Vacation in the World 10 of the Most Expensive Places to Vacation in the World
10 of the Most Expensive Places to Vacation in the World
Villa Manzu Papagayo, Costa Rica Located on the Peninsula Papagayo in Costa Rica, Villa Manzu is a private, eight-suite estate. Personal chefs prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner for guests, and guests can also enjoy hiking, golfing, surfing and paddle boarding at the beach. If that sounds like too much activity, guests ... View Article
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Tourists Shut Down the Beach From Film “The Beach” Tourists Shut Down the Beach From Film “The Beach”
Tourists Shut Down the Beach From Film "The Beach"
For the first time, Maya Bay, a beach made famous by Leonardo DiCaprio in Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach will be closed to tourists effective June 1. The picturesque beach, located on the island of Ko Phi Phi in Thailand, offers a stunning view of turquoise blue water, dramatic rock cliffs, and white sand. Since it set the stage for an adventure... View Article
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Tourists Shut Down the Beach From Film "The Beach"
Union Square Media Has an Army of Army Wives Union Square Media Has an Army of Army Wives
Union Square Media Has an Army of Army Wives
It’s no secret that military spouses bear a heavier emotional burden than many. From worry over their spouses’ safety to frequent travel, military wives must deal with numerous and difficult challenges. One of the challenges that isn’t discussed as often is how being married to a serviceman or servicewoman impacts the civilian spouse’s career. Movi... View Article
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Union Square Media Has an Army of Army Wives
How to Scale Your Digital Advertising Without Google and Facebook How to Scale Your Digital Advertising Without Google and Facebook
How to Scale Your Digital Advertising Without Google and Facebook
With Google and Facebook set to account for more than half of global ad spending, the advertising gap is widening. So far, no other traffic source has been able to crack even a 3 percent share of the global advertising market. New company Maximus aims to change that by helping media buyers scale effectively without turning to Google or Facebook. “T... View Article
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Nick Matzorkis: Rewriting the Rules of Entrepreneurship Nick Matzorkis: Rewriting the Rules of Entrepreneurship
Nick Matzorkis: Rewriting the Rules of Entrepreneurship
Internet trailblazer Nick Matzorkis founded the People Search industry in the 1990s and hasn’t slowed down since. It takes knowledge, intuition, and drive to build a business. As an entrepreneur and the founder of eighteen businesses, Nick Matzorkis has those qualities in spades. Matzorkis knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur from a young age, find... View Article
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Nick Matzorkis: Rewriting the Rules of Entrepreneurship
Miami Mansion Becomes Biggest Bitcoin Real Estate Deal Ever Miami Mansion Becomes Biggest Bitcoin Real Estate Deal Ever
Miami Mansion Becomes Biggest Bitcoin Real Estate Deal Ever
High profile sales may indicate rising interest in investing cryptocurrency in real estate. Cryptocurrency is in its infancy, but it has already proved its staying power. Within ten years, bitcoin has evolved from obscurity into a household name and gained traction as an acceptable form of currency in several industries. Lately, trends indicate a r... View Article
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15-Year-Old Student Graduates With Four College Degrees AND High School Diploma

15-Year-Old Student Graduates With Four College Degrees and High School Diploma

May 19, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1962
Alexander “AJ” Gilman will graduate from high school on Thursday, but the 15-year-old already has four two-year college degrees. According to USA Today, Gilman, a student at Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center charter school, enrolled at the Paradise Valley Community College at just 13-years-old. Two years later, he not only received associate degrees in business… View Article
U.S. Stocks Advance

U.S. Stocks Advance

May 19, 2014 8:30 am  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1544
Major stock benchmarks advanced on Monday, as technology stocks and shares of small companies recovered from their recent selloff. The S&P 500 rose six points, or 0.3%, to 1884, while the Nasdaq NDAQ +0.33%Composite Index gained 31 points, or 0.8%, to 4122. The Russell 2000 small-cap index, which has been hit particularly hard over the last several weeks,… View Article
Samsung To Launch Colorful Tablets June 2014

Samsung To Launch Colorful Tablets June 2014

May 15, 2014 7:23 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1629
Samsung Electronics has sent out invitations to a June 12 event in New York, at which the company is expected to launch new Android tablets. When vendors send invitations they usually include hints at what they plan to announce, but beyond saying “Samsung Galaxy Premiere 2014, Tab into color” Samsung is tight-lipped about what its… View Article
Sales Vs. Marketing For Startups?

Sales Vs. Marketing For Startups?

May 15, 2014 7:12 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1204
Sales and marketing planning are my favorite part of building any company, as they are the key drivers of the company’s revenues.  The lack of a solid sales or marketing plan is typically the #1 reason a business fails, as any shortcomings here will result in revenues and profitability falling short of goals.  So, this… View Article
The 5 Most Popular Business Books Of 2013

The 5 Most Popular Business Books Of 2013

May 15, 2014 6:52 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 2507
Amazon’s annual list of the best-selling books on its platform signals which ideas and trends have taken hold of the culture in a given year. Even in a world where technology is taking over, books are an essential resource for people in business. DropBox CEO Drew Houston, for example, got a crash course in business and management by reading… View Article
Online Marketers Are 21% Sexist … Even When They’re Women

Online Marketers Are 21% Sexist … Even When They’re Women

May 15, 2014 6:38 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 2658
Apparently, the tech-industry brogrammer culture has no stranglehold on sexism, as Internet marketers routinely devalue women’s work by an average of 21 percent. That’s according to search-marketing firm Wordstream, whose CEO Larry Kim just outed his customers’ biases. Kim compared how successful his female colleagues’ work is with how successful his clients perceive them to be…. View Article
Guilty as Sin Philip Kerr’s ‘Prayer,’

Guilty as Sin Philip Kerr’s ‘Prayer,’

May 15, 2014 5:56 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1655
Bernie Gunther, the sardonic German detective in Philip Kerr’s historical crime novels, survived World War II with life, limb and integrity intact. But Bernie was only up against the entire Nazi high command. In PRAYER (Putnam, $26.95), Kerr introduces us to Gil Martins, an F.B.I. agent with the domestic terrorism unit in Houston who seems to be… View Article
The Unkindest Cut ‘Midnight’s Descendants,’ by John Keay

The Unkindest Cut ‘Midnight’s Descendants,’ by John Keay

May 15, 2014 5:36 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1538
Some historical events have such utterly catastrophic consequences that no amount of “what if” counterfactuals can yield a more awful result. World War I, for example, resulted in an enormous number of fatalities, largely entrenched the imperialism that initiated it and paved the way for both Nazism and Stalinism. How could a different path have… View Article
Marketing Day: Facebook’s Related Content Test, Adobe Analytics Updates & World Cup Marketing

Marketing Day: Facebook’s Related Content Test, Adobe Analytics Updates & World Cup Marketing

May 15, 2014 5:29 pm  | Comments: 1 | Views: 1677
From Marketing Land: Facebook’s iOS Related Content Test Could Be A Boon For Marketers Facebook wants check-ins to be more social, which could be good news for marketers. Facebook is testing a new iOS feature that shows users related information after they check into locations or post activity-based status updates. So if someone checks into Yosemite… View Article
10 Books You Need To Read In 2014

10 Books You Need To Read In 2014

May 15, 2014 5:24 pm  | Comments: 0 | Views: 1616
Another year, another several dozen captivating books to add to your ever-growing reading list. You may still be conquering the mountain of titles you were gifted during the holidays, or the pile of award-winners you picked up at the end of last year, so anticipating 2014’s heavy hitters may seem overwhelming. Which is exactly why… View Article