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Design for Web, Mobile or Print + SEO & Internet Marketing
Design for Web, Mobile or Print + SEO & Internet Marketing

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We all know that words matter -- in life, but also in marketing.
When it comes to landing page copy, many a debate have begun over which words to choose, the context in which they're used, the order they're presented in and the amount you use to convey a message. http://bit.ly/2sDMXaU
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The latest issue of our award-winning magazine looks at the rise of artificial intelligence, the future of digital video, and how to fix native advertising.
The post Contently Quarterly: The Tech Issue appeared first on The Content Strategist. http://bit.ly/2sD9Hbp
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Without proper planning, content can derail website projects. Missed deadlines, poor quality content, spiralling budgets, plummeting team morale and projects left in limbo are just some of the symptoms of failing to planning content production up-front. To help keep your website projects on track, we've gathered some of our must-read articles on the topic of […]
The post Planning website content: 5 must-read articles appeared first on GatherContent Blog. http://bit.ly/2s34MmG
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According to research by Harvard Business School professor Gerald Zaltman, up to 95% of our purchase decisions are directed by subconscious mental processes. As digital marketers, we know this intuitively. How many articles have you read that advised you to appeal to the emotional, irrational, subconscious part of the brain? Despite this evidence, a majority of […]
The post Beyond Reason: 8 Subconscious Marketing Techniques to Boost Sales and UX appeared first on CXL. http://bit.ly/2s24bBP
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Print may be dead, but the brand magazine has played a really interesting role in the content marketing boom we've seen over the last half decade.
The post The Best Content Marketing of May: Brands, Take Note appeared first on The Content Strategist. http://bit.ly/2rZ8M7S
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By Baruch Sachs


Ever since I was little, I’ve avoided uncomfortable moments in movies. I would always fast forward through the parts where the characters I liked put themselves in uncomfortable or embarrassing positions. I still do that today. In general, most people avoid uncomfortable situations in real life, but we all have our strategies for dealing with them.
Just this morning, I had an uncomfortable encounter with a shoeshine guy at the airport. After exchanging the usual pleasantries, he proceeded to talk to me about his religious beliefs in excruciating detail. At this juncture, I had several options. I could have asked him to stop. However, that would have immediately changed the interaction between the two of us from a friendly service encounter to one of frosty silence. I could have faked interest and engaged with him on this topic—something I’d have a hard time doing in my personal life. I could have chosen to let this annoy me. However, getting my shoes shined is one of my personal pleasures, and the context was all wrong for going down this path. Read More
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You're reading Best Web Dev/Design Conferences You Should Attend in 2017, originally posted on Designmodo. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow on Twitter, Facebook, Google+!

I've never been a fan of conferences, boot camps or any other large meetings where introverts like me are usually found in the darkest corner of the room. Still, if you are looking to get an insight on the latest developments in web design and web development, you should, at least, keep an eye on […]
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By Pabini Gabriel-Petit


Is your company failing to innovate and, consequently, finding itself the target of disruptive innovation? Is the ability to deliver stellar experience outcomes eluding your enterprise? Are you having a hard time attracting and retaining the best employees?
In today’s rapidly shifting business environment, many large enterprises are struggling with all three of these challenges. The reason: meeting each of these challenges requires a highly engaged workforce and, unfortunately, such workforces are rare.
If, as a leader within a large enterprise, you need to solve one or more of these problems, you should think about how you can humanize your enterprise and make it a place in which people can do their best work. Read More
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I once made a really big hiring mistake.
After a series of promising interviews, I took on an intern whose level of professionalism, performance, and overall demeanor quickly took a turn for the worse. I discussed it with my supervisor, we agreed that it was in everyone's best interests not to move forward with the internship. http://bit.ly/2svFrPz
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