Guess.What.Day.It.Is?

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My Lady giving me some lovin’…here’s some Hump Day Inspiration.


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Spreading the Influence with Andrew Brewer | Miriam Slozberg

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Today on Getting Social with Miriam, I had the pleasure of interviewing I am very excited about interviewing ?The Rock n Roll Psychic?, or Andrew

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5 Reasons to Take a Drive Down Empire Avenue

Originally posted on Empire Avenue Tips:

blogathonThis week Empire Avenue has been doing a blog-a-thon.  It’s a great idea to rally EAvers to blog about Empire Avenue and get some bring some additional visitors and publicity to their blogs, as well as to Empire Avenue.

Sounds like a win-win-win to me.

After more than 33 posts and 1200 posts, Empire Avenue Tips is one of the longest running blogs about Empire Avenue, so I couldn’t let this opportunity pass without contributing a post.

So, why am I still engaged in Empire Avenue after all all this time?

Here are 5 reasons…

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The Best Productivity Tricks You Can Learn From Rock Stars

Beyond the sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll, musicians work their butts off. What you see on stage or hear on your iPod is a distillation of years of hard work. Naturally, they have a lot of lessons we can all learn from to be more productive.

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The Future of Marketing Will Be Semantic: Shifting Search (Part 1) – Forbes

The Future of Marketing Will Be Semantic: Shifting Search (Part 1)
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This post is first of a multi-part series exploring how marketing is shifting from search to semantic. Let’s take a journey back about 3-5 years in the world of online search.

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Healthy Lifestyle to Maintain Your Weight

Living a healthy lifestyle is nothing so complicated. All you have to do is make a few adjustments in your daily routine. To assist you in this process we have crafted a number of simple steps you can follow.

Source: www.consumerhealthdigest.com

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Not Interested? How to Respond to Recruiters

How do you feel about recruiters?
For some people, lots of people, too many people, talking to a recruiter is a waste of time. They view them as useless, clueless and more than anything else, an annoyance.

Source: www.glassdoor.com

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Budding entrepreneurs: How a gap year can benefit your future…

What makes an entrepreneur who they are? It’s not for anything vain or superficial. No it’s someone who makes the bold and courageous move to do things their own way. And it’s an individual with the drive and motivation for something more than material wealth. They inspire others, create…

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Start Early to Be an Entrepreneur – Huffington Post

Start Early to Be an Entrepreneur Huffington Post A while back on 60 Minutes, a segment featured the Network For Teaching Entrepreneurship, a special program founded by Steve Mariotti, and the crucial role of entrepreneurship in our economy and the…

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What brands and publishers can learn from the celebrity stars of Snapchat

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When we think of social networks from a brand, publisher, or celebrity perspective, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and maybe Pinterest rise to the top of our mental lists. They are open, public, and permanent, or as permanent as anything else on the web. It makes sense then to leverage these networks to reach as many people as possible, as often as possible.

But there’s an entire other netherworld of social media that is harder to measure but according to some data even more powerful: dark social.

The theory of dark social, as presented by Alexis Madrigal, posits that the pioneers of the social web were not Friendster or Facebook — they were instant messengers like ICQ or AIM, AOL chat rooms, USENET forums and other message boards, and of course, email. This is the kind of social media that’s not so easily quantified — you can’t “like” an email or Gchat (though I often wish I could).

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