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HTML Email Marketing Guide - Tips to Improve Email Responses via Right Relevance http://buff.ly/1W8H7WW
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“Do you want to know who you are? Don't ask. Act! Action will delineate and define you.” - Thomas Jefferson
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How to Pitch Your Life, Not Just Your Startup via Munchery
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Beating your #competition is the name of the game. Here's how to do it.
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Nadine Gordimer – a life celebrated in words.
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Bring Google I/O 2014 to your audience with our Live Blogging Gadget #io14  

The 2014 Gadget allows you to embed the:

-- Full I/O live stream: 
As a new feature this year, besides live streaming the Keynote, the gadget will also feature 4 additional channels of I/O content which will be live throughout the 2 days of the event. This means your viewers can see what’s happening at Moscone in real-time, with their own eyes, without ever leaving your site.

-- Social feed from our Google Developers page:
The Google Developers feed within the gadget allows your readers to stay up to speed with highlights and key announcements. While the conference only starts on June 25, I/O related content from Google will start coming before that so your audience can hear the latest and get excited for the show.

To begin using the gadget simply visit our configuration page: http://goo.gl/jkYGTf. You can customize the content and size of the gadget  as needed, and you’ll be able to see a responsive preview of your selections as you go. The HTML you’ll need to embed the gadget on your site will be automatically generated at the bottom of the page -- just add it to your website and voilá, you’re all set! 

If you want to learn more about the gadget, read through our FAQs: http://goo.gl/jkYGTf.
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The Scribble pen lets you translate colors from the world around you into ink.

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Want to add the world cup schedule to your Google Calendar so its a little easier to see than the image below......

Step 1: Go to the web version of Google Calendar — at calendar.google.com. There, you can manually add the calendar. This should be done on your desktop.

Step 2: Log into the web app with your Google ID. Once you are inside, you should see "Other Calendars" on the left sidebar. There should be a drop-down arrow next to it. Click it and choose "Add by URL".

Step 3: Once the window pops up and asks you to add a URL, paste the following URL into the bar:

https://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/vdmtdcektajkqjk51vvda4ni4k%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic

Now Press "Add Calendar".

Refresh the page and give it a few minutes. You will notice that the schedule will be available across Google Calendar on all your devices. The best part is that all the dates and timings will be converted into your time zone.

Tip: In case the calendar does not appear on your tablet or smartphone's Google Calendar. Open the Calendar App > Press the options/settings button > Calendars to Display > Add 'World Cup 2014'.

It will automatically update as teams qualify and teams get sent home.  Sadly, I'm not expecting too much England action in July. 
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Google's + Posts, the ad product that takes engaging branded content to the most relevant corners of the web:
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