If you’re looking for a new job, here’s the personal audit you should do

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With this year’s experiences in mind—both good and bad—ask yourself these questions to help you determine just how much you’ve grown and where you’re headed next. Are you a resolution list maker? Good. It’s time to take a step back and evaluate the year that has gone by. With all the changes and uncertainties this year has brought, it is safe to say we are all shaken to the core and maybe more eager than ever to think about the new beginnings. Read Full Story

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Why good leaders need to learn the power of ‘I don’t know’

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If a leader doesn’t know the answer to a question, it’s important to admit so. “You may be tempted to bluff,” Stanford professor Irv Grousbeck advises new CEOs. “Don’t.” If you’re a top-level business manager, admitting that you don’t know something can be difficult. After all, anyone who has clambered to the top of the corporate food chain is expected to exude certainty and self-confidence. In short, you’re supposed to be the person with all the answers. Read Full Story

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Samsung’s $699 Galaxy S20 FE is its answer to the iPhone 11–finally

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After releasing a bunch of phones that pull out all the stops, Samsung is announcing a new one with most (but not all) of the good stuff, at a lower price. Lately, it’s seemed like Samsung has seen its major new phones as luxury goods—and has priced them accordingly. This year’s Galaxy S line starts at $1,000 with the Galaxy S20 and goes way, way up to $1,400 with the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra range between $1,000 and $1,450. You could also pay $1,380 for a Galaxy Z Flip or $2,000 for a Galaxy Z Fold2 . I’m not even going to mention the $3,300 Galaxy Z Fold2 Thom Browne limited edition (whoops, I just did!). Read Full Story

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How to Bring Your Best Self to the Online Conference Season

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Posted by cheryldraper Conference season is here! Of course, this year it looks a bit different. Instead of signing in at the front table and snagging seats next to some new pals, you’ll be setting up your computer as the main stage. For some, this is going to be a major learning curve. Virtual events can be tougher to follow and engage with. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of best practices that will help you get ready to take on any online event you choose to attend this year. Don't forget, if you haven't yet, there is still time to purchase your MozCon Virtual ticket! Join us for MozCon Virtual! Set your intention To get the most out of your online event, you need to go in with an intention. That way you’ll be more likely to gain something from the experience. Ask yourself, what are you …

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How to Bring Your Best Self to the Online Conference Season

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Posted by cheryldraper Conference season is here! Of course, this year it looks a bit different. Instead of signing in at the front table and snagging seats next to some new pals, you’ll be setting up your computer as the main stage. For some, this is going to be a major learning curve. Virtual events can be tougher to follow and engage with. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of best practices to show up ready and take on any online event you choose to attend this year. Don't forget, if you haven't yet, there is still time to purchase your MozCon Virtual ticket! Join us for MozCon Virtual! Set your intention To get the most out of your online event, you need to go in with an intention. That way you’ll be more likely to gain something from the experience. Ask yourself, what are you hoping to …

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How to Bring Your Best Self to the Online Conference Season

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Posted by cheryldraper Conference season is here! Of course, this year it looks a bit different. Instead of signing in at the front table and snagging seats next to some new pals, you’ll be setting up your computer as the main stage. For some, this is going to be a major learning curve. Virtual events can be tougher to follow and engage with. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of best practices to show up ready and take on any online event you choose to attend this year. Don't forget, if you haven't yet, there is still time to purchase your MozCon Virtual ticket! Join us for MozCon Virtual! Set your intention To get the most out of your online event, you need to go in with an intention. That way you’ll be more likely to gain something from the experience. Ask yourself, what are you hoping to …

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How to Update Local SEO When Your Business Moves To A New Location

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Let’s say a lot of people from your area are checking out your business online, and in-store sales are through the roof thanks to your local search rankings. Then comes a problem: You decide to move to a new location. In addition to the logistical factors associated with moving your business , you also need to think about the successful local SEO strategy you worked so hard to build. Can you imagine all your efforts going down the drain and having to start a campaign from scratch? This is where local SEO comes in. The goal of local SEO is to have businesses to rank for queries with a geographic component. Let’s go through the steps you’ll want to follow to maintain local SEO gains after you relocate your business. Why Is It Important to Update Your Local SEO For a New Location? There’s no magic potion to help you …

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Adjusting Paid Campaigns During a Recession

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Posted by ryanmoothart Our world changed dramatically in March of 2020 as a new viral threat to our livelihoods took hold in the United States and around the world. Here in the US (at the time of writing this post), COVID-19 has not relented Some industries have been more heavily affected than others. For example, travel and tourism businesses have been hurting far more than many other industries due to social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders. However, all businesses should re-evaluate their planned budgets for paid search and other paid digital campaigns for the next 12 to 24 months. Hopefully, this pandemic cedes faster than that and the economy comes out of our pending depression more rapidly at some point next year. But since nobody can know for sure when that will happen, it’s better to be safe and plan accordingly. Ask yourself the following questions: What assumptions did you …

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How to watch ‘Star Trek: Picard’ on CBS All Access for free during the coronavirus lockdown

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We can’t think of a better reason to travel to the stars while stuck in your house. If you’re looking for some new content to get you through another day of self-isolation, we’ve got some good news for you. CBS All Access is letting anyone watch the entire series of Star Trek: Picard between now and April 23 for free—even if you’re not a CBS All Access subscriber. None other than Sir Patrick Stewart made the announcement on his Instagram page. Read Full Story

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The Best Web Hosting Services (In-Depth Review)

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Looking for a hosting solution for your website? You’re in luck because with today’s options, it has never been easier to keep your website online. They take care of all the technical stuff and you get to enjoy casually updating your website for conversions. And the best part is that most of them are very affordable which helps startups get a hold of their business quickly. That’s why I put together a list of the best hosting services of 2020 for you. So without further ado… The Top 7 Options For Hosting Your Website in 2020: Bluehost HostGator Siteground Dreamhost WP Engine Hostinger InMotion How to Choose The Best Hosting Service For Your Website: When it comes to the best web hosting services you have to look at various important factors. If you jump in too quick you might get into something that’s not suitable for your business. But don’t …

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Why adding ‘Plus’ to the name of every streaming service is actually good

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What appears to be a widespread lack of imagination might just be saving us all time and energy. Picture this: You’re a big time media executive. (Yes you, congrats!) Today, your job is to figure out what to call your company’s new streaming service. It takes the content from all your channels and properties, and combines that with a bunch of stuff you own the licenses for. It will also be home to a lot of new, original programming. You gather your team into the conference room and/or Zoom call. Read Full Story

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