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3 Things You Can Learn From Rio 2016 Olympics

The 2016 Rio Olympics is a symbol of hard work paying off. These athletes dedicate their lives to thier craft and give it their all. Imagine if we spent at least half that time to our jobs? Check out these 3 things really anybody can learn from the Olympics.

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How to Avoid Writing Burnout

As a content writer, it is tough to constantly crank out new articles and it can be very diminishing. Writing on demand is very tough especially if you are new to the field. It’s important to understand that not every article will get you thousands of views, but the more consistent you are, the better your process will be in the long run.

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Topics: Articles, Content Marketing

4 Tips for Writing Attention-Grabbing Headlines

Writing a company blog is one of the best ways to engage your followers. For us, it has meant increasing our online presence tenfold, but also, connected us with people who might not otherwise know about what we do. But what makes a person click on an article as opposed to another?

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Sonoma County Plans to Build Tiny House Village for Homeless

As the holidays approach and we join our loved ones, it’s nice to come together and be grateful for everything we have. Many Americans, however, some as close as Sonoma County, won’t have a place to come home to. In an article published recently on Shareable, Cat Johnson (@catjohnson) describes how Sonoma County plans to build a tiny house village for its homeless.

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What Does Proposition F Mean for Airbnb in San Francisco?

Founded in 2008 by Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia, Airbnb has grown into an international success as a short-term rental service provider. The company has an estimated value of 25.5 billion and has hosts in 34 000 cities in 190 countries. It predicts making 900 million in revenue in 2015. This is compared to established hotel chain Hilton, for instance, which made 10.5 billion in 2014. It won’t be long, however, before Airbnb reaches the billion dollar mark in yearly profits too.

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What Can Quality Content Offer your Business?

Creating content may come easy for some, and difficult for others, but narrowing down the appropriate type of content for your target market is vital in ensuring success for your business. In a recent article on Entrepreneur.com by Brian Honigman (@BrianHonigman), the topic of discussion is content. How can you create a brand using content marketing? And how can you guarantee its success long term? Honigman gives us a few pointers.

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Topics: Articles, Entrepreneur

A Lens Into The Millennial Shopping Journey

Everyone is different and traits vary from person to person. As a result, people shop differently based on personal preference, experience, and inclination. As the world has progressed into a more tech-savvy era, technology such as the Internet and mobile devices have captured a share of the shopping experience, especially for millennials. In an article on Forbes, Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV) divulges some points that will help brands better cater to millennials and their shopping tendencies.

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Topics: Articles, Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs are Key to Economic Growth: Just Ask Hillary Clinton

In an article for TechCrunch, Josh Constine (@JoshConstine) sheds light on Hillary Clinton’s recent comments on the sharing economy, or what she called the “gig economy.” Clinton is referring to companies like Uber who have built their businesses on droves of independent contractors. Intrigued by the subject, I went on to watch her speech in full and was pleasantly surprised that she also addresses the concerns of entrepreneurs and offers ways to make it easier for them to start their own business.

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Topics: Collaborative Economy, Articles, Entrepreneur

Dear Greece, the Sharing Economy has a Few Pointers for You

There’s no denying it, Greece has found itself in one of the worst economic disasters in decades. The Greek epidemic indefinitely left banks closed on June 29th, 2015, and are now under capital controls, leaving streets empty, businesses abandoned, and halted monetary flow. The outcome has resulted in limited daily cash withdrawals, forcing many small business owners to shut down. With each passing day, the economic crisis further deepens; resulting in numerous constraints and financial hardships on business owners who are dependent on consumer consumption--such as restaurants, shops, hotels, etc.

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