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Why do the big dogs use WordPress?

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Bill Gates suggested, in 1996, that content is where most of the real money would be made on the Internet, stating, “those who succeed will propel the Internet forward as a marketplace of ideas, experiences, and product—a marketplace of content.” Gates couldn’t have been more right....

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Email Trumps Social Media

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Email Still Trumps Social Media for Online Marketing By Pam Dyer Email marketing wins more online customers than Facebook and Twitter, but it lags behind organic search. The customer acquisition landscape is constantly in flux. The introduction of disruptive technologies and tools over the last few years has...

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GMA Week – Vanus Creations – I.C.E. Conference

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Vanus Creations owner, John Vanus, will be speaking during this years GMA Week at the Independent Christian Entertainment (I.C.E.) Label Conference. Speakers Include: Rick Greene - Infinity Music Distribution Jason Hollis - Life-Line Worldwide Ghost-Kene Bell John Vanus - Vanus Creations Date & Time: Friday, October 11th 2013 8:00am – 5:00pm Location: The Hampton Inn 2324...

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Future of Twitter: Robots Tweeting

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Twitter is full of weird stuff none of us ever notice because it mostly just looks like spam or nonsense. But if you look closely, as some have, you'll find spies using Twitter to communicate with each other in code, environmental sensors broadcasting useful data,...

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Facebook Brand Management

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By Sonya James Very few people realize how difficult managing your reputation on Facebook actually is. There is a small minority of business owners who know what a minefield Facebook is, and they avoid it like the plague. The trouble is, online chatter is going to...

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