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Journey Outdoors in Nature

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I was inspired by these women and their passion for connecting people (especially kids) to nature through meaningful outdoor experiences. They are all about doing outdoor education and outdoor recreation DIFFERENTLY. I really like what they’re trying to achieve and wanted to shine a light on their business and what they do. Check them out: https://journeyoutdoorsinnature.com.au/ Check me out: https://lotsafreshair.com/ Read more: youtube.com Please follow and like us:

How to Unlock the Power of Google My Business Search Queries

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Google My Business Insights’ Search Queries is a fantastic tool that helps you understand how visitors are finding your GMB profile. Here, contributor Ben Fisher explains how to use them to inform your on-site content and ads strategies. Google My Business Insights presents a fantastic opportunity to learn the behavior of people who are searching for a business, and it can help you make changes to your strategy based on quantifiable (albeit sometimes off) data. Google’s official definition of Insights is that it “focuses on how customers find your listing on Search and Maps, and what they do after they […]

What it means for couples to go ‘unicorn hunting’ — and why it usually doesn’t end well

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rawpixel.com / Unsplash Polyamory is when couples allow each other to have multiple romantic partners outside their primary relationship. There are several different approaches, such as triads which consist of three people. Sometimes couples try out polyamory naively, especially when a straight couple wants to find another bisexual woman to join them. This is called “unicorn hunting,” and it’s something of a cliché in the poly community. To some people, the idea of polyamory — the term describing having more than one romantic partner — is exciting. In polyamorous relationships, a couple decides they will give each other the freedom […]

How To Tell If Someone Is FAKING A Mental Illness

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How can you tell if someone is faking a mental illness!? Factitious disorders are conditions in which a person deliberately and consciously acts if they have a physical or mental illness, when in fact they DON’T! People who suffer from factitious disorders deliberately exaggerate or create symptoms of an illness in many different ways. They may lie about or fake symptoms, hurt themselves deliberately to bring on or show symptoms or ‘fake’ and lie on tests to seem as if they are in fact suffering. According to professionals people who suffer from factitious disorders behave this way because of an […]

Invisible Illnesses….What Are They!?

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What is an invisible illness? * An invisible illness, or sometimes known as an invisible disability, is simply a medical condition that is not easily visible to others. * This includes not just mental illnesses, but also chronic physical conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, fibromyalgia and others. * When you have an invisible illness, it is common to encounter judgement and criticism from others. Because they can not see your symptoms, people will sometimes conclude that you must be ‘making up’ you illness or symptoms, which is obviously not the case. * People who suffer with an invisible illness are […]

The Ultimate Guide to Marketing Campaigns

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From P&G’s “Thank You, Mom” to American Express’s “Small Business Saturday” to Dos Equis’s “Most Interesting Man in the World,” marketing campaigns have a way of sticking with us long after an impression or purchase. Why is that? Well, campaigns make companies memorable. They promote a focused effort that guides consumers towards a desired action. They also give brands identity, personality, and emotion. Marketing campaigns can do the same for your business. That’s why we’ve compiled this guide — to provide a clear, concise approach to your next campaign. Keep reading to get started or use the links below to […]

Can You Still Use Infographics to Build Links?

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Posted by DarrenKingman Content link building: Are infographics still the highest ROI format? Fun fact: the first article to appear online proclaiming that “infographics are dead” appeared in 2011. Yet, here we are. For those of you looking for a quick answer to this strategy-defining question, infographics aren’t as popular as they were between 2014 and 2015. Although they were the best format for generating links, popular publications aren’t using them as often as they used to, as evidenced in this research. However, they are still being used daily and gaining amazing placements and links for their creators — and […]

Trump compares media coverage of the package-bomb scare to the 2015 Charleston church shooting

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President Donald Trump again bemoaned what he perceives as unfair treatment from the news media on Monday night, nearly a week after the attempted mail-bombings that targeted his political critics and Democratic leaders. Trump compared his treatment to that of President Barack Obama, following a racially motivated 2015 shooting at a predominately black church in Charleston, South Carolina, that killed nine parishioners. “They didn’t do that with President Obama with the church,” Trump said during a Fox News interview. “The horrible situation with the church. They didn’t do that. They put my name in the headlines.” President Donald Trump again bemoaned […]

21 job interview questions that are designed to trick you

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Dmitry Smirnov/Strelka Institute/Flickr Sometimes, interview questions can be tricky or confusing. Interviewers ask them to learn more about you — including information you may have been trying to conceal.  Here’s how to get around them. Savvy hiring managers can glean a ton of information about you by asking just a few, well-chosen questions. But while they may seem simple, some are actually designed to get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. In other words: they’re trick questions. “To uncover areas that may reflect inconsistencies, hiring managers sometimes ask these tricky questions,” said Tina Nicolai, executive career coach and founder […]

The Future of Content Marketing: It’s Not What You Think

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in News
Have you heard the saying, “content is king?” Well, of course, you have. But creating more content won’t necessarily get you more search traffic. You’ve heard people like me mention stats like the average piece of content that ranks on page one of Google contains 1,890 words. But that doesn’t mean writing in-depth content that is 1,890 words will automatically get you more search traffic. It just means that the average web page on page 1 contains that many words. I bet you are going through the scenario below… You keep writing content but, for some reason, you aren’t getting the […]