Is this the year advertisers wake up to perils of cultural appropriation?

After Pepsi, Shea Moisture and the Braid Bar, brand names might reconsider making use of pictures of black culture for revenue I ts not every day that I get drawn into an argument over whether Bob Marley took his hairdo from the pharaohs, and the toe-curlingly bad advert where Kendall Jenner participated in a demonstration…

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5 Social Sharing Tools for Teams

Do you want your employees to contribute to your social media marketing? Looking for tools to manage the content people share on social? In this article, you’ll discover five tools that will help you coordinate the content your team posts on social media. #1: Leverage Employee Advocacy With Smarp If you’re looking for ways to…

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Singapore GP: Daniel Ricciardo top with Lewis Hamilton fourth

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo heads the times in first practice at the Singapore Grand Prix as championship leader Lewis Hamilton is fourth. Source: http://bppro.link/?c=W2F

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15 Surprising Things About Parenting in Italy

Today is our final Motherhood Around the World post this summer, and our last stop is Italy, where Molly Gage moved a decade ago. “My then-fiancé and I were living in New York, but decided to get married and move to his native Rome,” she says.… Read more The post 15 Surprising Things About Parenting…

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Interactive map links to destination videos for visitors

Add / Remove There is only so much you can tell about a place from the description in a guide book. We have already seen a Turkish startup offer potential visitors remote smartphone tours from locals, and now TripGlimpse is also enabling tourists to preview their destination via an interactive map and curated video footage.…

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Snapchat is helping make QR codes cool again

Image: carl court/getty images QR codes are dead, an online marketing strategist composed in AdAge in 2013. The killer: “easier-to-use apps.” And yet, 4 years later on, that isn’t really the case. Apps have actually ended up being much more possibly easier-to-use and widespread, however Facebook and Snapchat, 2 of these most-frequently-used apps, are pressing…

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50 business ideas you can launch for cheap (or even free)

Image: Shutterstock / Sergey Nivens Its no longer taboo for people to ditch the daily 9-to-5 grind and start their own business. In fact, its beyond easy starting a business for almost nothing these days. But, what businesses are guaranteed to make a million dollars? Heres 50 cheap, or even free, business ideas that will…

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Betting on Zero: Herbalife doc feeds investors’ feud as director claims ‘dirty tricks’

Ted Brauns movie examining claims of pyramid plan has strong launching however legend including magnate, Latino activists and United States authorities is not over When a documentary questioning Herbalifes service practices struck the celebration circuit in 2015, the international nutrition giant released a swift, ravaging counterattack. The stakes, after all, were high. The movie, pyramid…

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How to Improve Your LinkedIn Engagement

Want your LinkedIn posts to attract more viewers? Wondering how to increase views and shares of your LinkedIn content? In this article, you’ll discover five simple tactics to improve engagement on your LinkedIn posts. #1: Write Text-Only Posts You’ve probably heard that people engage more when a social media post shows an image or video.…

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Interactive map links to destination videos for visitors

Add / Remove There is only so much you can tell about a place from the description in a guide book. We have already seen a Turkish startup offer potential visitors remote smartphone tours from locals, and now TripGlimpse is also enabling tourists to preview their destination via an interactive map and curated video footage.…

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