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Like 2012, These Business Practices Are Over

Now that 2013 is here, it’s time to toss out the old and embrace the new. Making interactions faster and simpler between colleagues and clients is key for keeping your company ahead of the pack. As more dynamic forms of communication develop, they inevitably will replace obsolete modes of contact. Case in point, has […]

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Party Time Means Postcard Printing Time!

‘Tis the season for holiday parties big and small. Whether you’re hosting a Hanukkah gathering, Christmas shindig, or New Year’s bash, postcard printing can ensure that your invites will not only reach their intended recipients, but also get their attention. So forget those delete-able evites and find out why postcards are the best way to […]

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How To Keep Your Employees Productive During The Holidays

Many business owners have a love-hate relationship with the holidays. Your seasonal sales might spike, but frequently your employees slump. With shopping and parties and basically everything else taking precedence this time of year, employee productivity often falls to an all-time low around the holidays. So what’s an employer to do? To keep your employees […]

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Social Media’s Importance for SEO

In the online marketing world, social media and SEO have somewhat been mutually exclusive concepts. You engage in social media to get the word out about your product.  You write SEO content to get that elusive first page ranking on Google. Whether the one had a positive impact on the other was more happy accident […]

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McKayla Maroney Is Not Impressed By Her Fame

Meme lovers around the world have embraced Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney as their new muse. Ever since she flashed a pout upon receiving an individual silver medal, this 16-year-old has vaulted to fame with her own tumblr blog and the adoration of millions who have posted many a meme with that famous pout to Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets.

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Fight Science and Marketing

To measure the impact of fight techniques, martial artists may look to how much a bag swings after contact or how many stacked bricks they can break – that is when they are performing techniques and not fighting an opponent. They may also turn to science to measure results.

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