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The 20 richest billionaires who own sports teams

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Jeff Gross/Getty Images Billionaires often make extravagant purchases — like buying their own sports team. CEOWORLD magazine recently ranked the 20 wealthiest owners of major league sports teams around the world. Some billionaire owners own more than one team — like Paul Allen, who owns the Portland Trail Blazers and the Seattle Seahawks. Billionaires have a lot of cash to drop. Some are known to spend it on mansions. Others, private planes and luxury cars. And others still? They just buy their own sports team. CEOWORLD magazine recently ranked the 20 wealthiest owners of major league sports teams using Forbes’ […]

Doing Conversational Marketing with Chatbots? Here Are 5 Mistakes to Avoid

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past year, you’ve probably heard everyone’s new favorite buzzword: conversational marketing. Selfie-vlogging chatbot companies have been throwing around this relatively broad term, and it’s gaining a considerable amount of attention— and, worse, misuse. If your skepticism is anything like mine, the one-size-fits-all, 10-minute six-pack abs positioning of the most popular chatbot companies will initially deter you. But, if you unwrap the gimmicks, you can find opportunities to dramatically transform how your business captures and converts inbound traffic. There’s a caveat here, of course: don’t overhaul your marketing strategy just because you […]

The Cure announce another festival date for 2019

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Their fellow headliners will be Foo Fighters and Mumford And Sons The Cure’s Robert Smith plays his self-curated Meltdown Festival in 2018 The Cure have revealed the latest of their planned headline slots for the 2019 festival season. Having previously promised to play “around 20 festivals” next year, the band have now been announced as the bill-toppers at Hurricane Festival in Scheessel, Germany. They have already been confirmed for Rock Werchter in Belgium. The announcement was made […] The post The Cure announce another festival date for 2019 appeared first on NME. Read more: nme.com Please follow and like us:

The 3 Best Ways to Use a Content Strategy to Promote Your Restaurant

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As an ambitious restaurant owner, you must have been searching for some additional strategies to attract more attention to your business. Let us introduce you to the content strategy. By using a strategic marketing approach, you will be able to create and distribute valuable and consistent content that will attract guests and earn you their loyalty. If you’re not quite sure how to make the most out of it, the following advice will clear your doubts. Know Your Target Audience Whose attention do you want to attract? To how many different audiences do you want to appeal? These are some […]

9 Proven Ways to Drive Real Traffic to Your Online Business

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Image by rawpixel Bringing your business online is the best growth decision you can make. That is, if you can get found with the millions of successful websites operating today. The key is to be able to drive a significant amount of traffic to your website. There are thousands of articles and video tutorials out there all about just how to do this. But you can’t realistically just start testing each one until you find something that actually works. That would just be a huge waste of your time and resources. What your business needs is a strategy that has […]

How Two Brands Generate Hundreds of Thousands in Revenue on Social Media, Big News from Twitter, New LinkedIn Ad Formats, and More!

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Looking to catch up on the latest social media news, but short on time? We have you covered! This week (episode #113) we’re chatting about all of this and more: How two brands are using social media, particularly Instagram and Instagram Stories, to generate hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue and why it may not be as difficult as you think. Instagram is testing a brand new stand-alone shopping app that could put them in the same conversation as massive ecommerce platforms like Shopify, WooCommerce, and Magento. LinkedIn launches a powerful ad format for businesses called Dynamic Ads. We’re […]

How to prep for severe weather with your Android phone

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Whether the weather you need to weather is coming by land or by sea, we’re here to help you prepare for it. Hurricane season is in full swing, and while we don’t yet have the technology to stop hurricanes from wreaking havoc, we do have the technology to help prepare us for the storms to come. Your Android phone is a tool that helps you through most major events in your life, and severe weather is no exception, so long as you properly prep your phone and have a plan in place to follow with it. We are here to […]

The 25 most generous philanthropists in America today

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The Chronicle of Philanthropy publishes an annual list of the top 50 philanthropists (both individuals and couples) by calculating their yearly donations. In 2017, America’s wealthiest residents donated $14.7 billion to nonprofit organizations. About 60% of the total was donated by people who made their fortunes in tech, suggesting America’s philanthropic center is shifting away from Wall Street and towards Silicon Valley, according to The Chronicle. America’s wealthiest people donated $14.7 billion in 2017 to causes, alma maters, foundations, and charities — more than doubling the amount given away in 2016. For 18 years, The Chronicle of Philanthropy has published an annual…

19 tricks for reading people’s body language

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Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/Flickr A person’s body language can reveal a lot about what they’re thinking and feeling. That’s especially true if their nonverbal displays don’t match what they’re saying out loud. For example, a pointed finger with a closed hand can be an attempt at showing dominance and someone who repeatedly touches their face is probably nervous.   Reading other people’s body language is tricky business. If someone’s crossing his arms, for example, you could assume that he’s closed off, when in fact he’s just cold. That said, when you notice that a person’s nonverbal displays don’t quite match up with what […]

J.J. Watt shows how Hurricane Harvey donations are making an impact, but there’s so much more to do

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Work continues in Houston, but Watt’s impact has been immense. J.J. Watt started a movement in 2017 in the wake of Hurricane Harvey when a $200,000 crowdfunding effort started by the Texans’ All-Pro led over 200,000 people donating over $37 million to take his efforts up to $41.6 million in donations from around the world. Now, a year after the money was put to work Watt is showing what those donations did for the community. Watt partnered with numerous organizations to work on the distribution of the funds, including Save the Children, Habitat for Humanity and Feeding America. The coordination […]