Whether triggered by issues at work, money worries, or upcoming exams, the sensation of stress is a shared human experience. Luckily, there are several simple exercises designed to calm you down in minutes.
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Facebook is considered to be the best social media network for brands because it is the first one that brands joined. Brands can easily update their page and share photos with their audience. Paid advertisement on Facebook has become a very successful piece of what Facebook can offer.
All brands can benefit from having a Facebook page. It is simple to update, has an ad platform and has a large user base.
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Search engine optimization has changed a lot in the past few years. Instead of just publishing text with the right keywords, small business marketers have to carefully engineer their sites so that they show up in search results. Here is a quick guide for SMB marketers looking to drive leads and encourage qualified traffic to visit their websites.
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55% of page views get less than 15 seconds of attention. That’s less than the record of the fastes man in the world (Usain Bolt) in the 200m final during the World Championships in Berlin in 2009 (19.19 seconds).
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Make sure you’ve created a business page, not a personal page
Instagram offers two types of pages: Personal pages and business pages. To get all the benefits of a corporate account, double check that you’re choosing the right option.
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Most parents excel when it comes to teaching safety and good manners, but money few know where to start. Research shows that how we behave around money as adults is learnt early on from our parents and helping children to understand money from an early age will help them manage it better when they reach adulthood. However, according to our research, only 24% of parents discuss savings often with their children.
If you are amongst those who don’t talk to your children often about finances, use our step-by-step guide to prepare your children financially for adulthood.
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3,670,800 workplace injuries, 212,800 workplace illnesses. The numbers add up:
- 42% increase in the number of illnesses per year over the past 3 years.
- 50% of injury / illness cases result in days away from work or transfers.
- 21% of U.S. workers fall victim to workplace illnesses.
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Updating your social media profiles too frequently or infrequently can alienate your target audience, leaving you ignored or unseen by your followers. This is why understanding when your audience is active on social media can help you increase shares, traffic and links.
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Ivan Sutherland developed the first head-mounted display system. The system used computer-generated graphics to show users simple wireframe drawings.
Myron Krueger built an “artificial reality” labroratory called the Videoplace. The Videoplace conbined projectors with video cameras that emitted onscreen silhouettes, surrounding users in an interactive environment.
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