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  • Two Things You Should Focus On Instead of Social Media

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    By John V.M Two Things You Should Focus On Instead of Social Media If you want to be successful. Every Monday and Wednesday, I pay a guy to push my heart rate into the stratosphere and turn my muscles into mush. His name is Tyler, and he’s my personal trainer. For years, I worked out on […]

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  • 5 Things to Do When You Have Too Many Ideas and Never Finish Anything.

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    What do you do when you’re overwhelmed with too many ideas? Do you abandon them, or do you finish what you start? Juggling multiple ideas and goals — to write, exercise, read more, wake up early and so on — is a tough gig that often begins with excitement, but ends with procrastination, and failure to finish any one […]

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  • SOMA-The New Decentralized Social Marketplace

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    By Laura Desmond On Aug 29, 2018, Helsinki-based SOMA announced about receiving Round -1 funding worth €50,000 from Business Finland, which is a public funding agency within the Finnish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment. As per the norms, SOMA is eligible in the future to gain funding up to €1 million in Round 2 and […]

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  • How to Make Your Subconscious Mind Work for You

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    Our rational, conscious mind is a wonderful thing. But sometimes when we are looking for a solution, it can be a limited resource. I’m always looking for ways to work smarter, not harder. What if I could come up with answers in my sleep? I discovered that it’s possible to do just that. To the outsider, […]

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  • How to use sight, sound to craft pleasing digital signage

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    Claude Debussy said, “Beauty must appeal to the senses, must provide us with immediate enjoyment, must impress us or insinuate itself into us without any effort on our part.” Our senses tell us what is real and what is not, and we rely on them for information about the world around us. They also trigger […]

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  • Digital signage helps firefighters save lives

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    Digital signage isn’t just for advertisements; it can also supply lifesaving information. One example of this is the FireRescueTV platform, designed specifically for firefighters. Martin Grube, executive producer of FireRescueTV, created the platform to help firefighters train, get information on fires in progress and relax with entertaining content. Digital Signage Today spoke with Grube to learn more […]

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  • Don’t Use Ads To Get Your First Customers

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    Why Ads Are Toxic To Early Stage Startups If you just started a company for the first time and you’re using ads to get your first paying customers, you’re doing it wrong. Unless you’re a repeat successful founder, you’ll be out of business in 2 years. I’m sure of it. I often times post about my […]

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  • Build an audience by keeping it real

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    Whether your social media audience is large or small, how can you be sure it’s authentic? Are your followers real, engaging people or a lot of robots that make your numbers look good? Alissa Carpenter discussed how to gain an authentic audience and keep it that way. She is a millennial workforce expert and consultant, speaker, Forbescontributor […]

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  • Coupon Marketing Strategy — How and Why Marketers Should Use Coupon Codes

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    Coupon sites are a rapidly developing concept which is being used by many people all across the world. It’s no wonder that so many people scour these sites to find the absolute best in deals and options. Today, coupons are an integral part of our daily lives. Indeed, we have all already experienced in store a discount […]

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  • Testing is key for outdoor digital sigange

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    As kiosks and digital signage displays continue to transition from indoor to outdoor, hurdles emerge that need to be addressed before units can be installed without risking the need for a replacement due to insufficient or unreliable performance. A high bright commercial display cannot be used in an outdoor application without first understanding what environment […]

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