This guy wrote a whole song dedicated to Jim and Dwight’s relationship in ‘The Office’

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After bingeing ‘The Office’ during quarantine, singer/songwriter Tom Rosenthal vowed to write a song about one of TV’s most iconic duos. When you think about TV’s most iconic relationships, any number of duos, platonic or otherwise, springs to mind: Lucy and Ricky, Laverne and Shirley, Corey and Topanga, Poussey and Taystee, Zach and Kelly, Abbi and Ilana, Will and Grace, Weezy and George, Issa and Molly—the list goes on. Read Full Story

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5 Free Music For Commercial Use Resources

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Music can be a game-changer for creating online visual content for your brand. But where can you find music available for commercial use? More specifically, where can you get it for free? Before we dive into the resources available, let’s talk about commercial use. When you’re wondering whether something counts as commercial use, think about whether you’re using it for your business. If what you’re creating is for your brand in any way, then it’s probably for commercial use. For use directly connected to making a profit, it’s almost definitely commercial. If you’re getting the word out or are marketing your business without directly making money on the content, it’s still best to err on the side of caution and treat it as commercial. Using someone’s music or art without express permission can result in a cease and desist—or worse. Free Music for Commercial Use Resources Free music for commercial …

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How Your Local Business Can Be a Helper

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Posted by MiriamEllis “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ To this day, especially in times of disaster, I remember my mother's words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there are still so many helpers — so many caring people in this world.” — Fred Rogers This quote is one I find myself turning to frequently these days as a local SEO. It calls to mind my irreplaceable neighborhood grocer. On my last essential run to their store, they not only shared a stashed 4-pack of bath tissue with me, but also stocked their market with local distillery-produced hand sanitizer which I was warned will reek of bourbon, but will get the job done. When times are hard, finding helpers comes as such …

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Netflix has revived ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ to give you your summer ‘Stranger Things’ fix

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‘Unsolved Mysteries’ cocreator and executive producer explains why the reboot changed some of the show’s most iconic features, and the one case in more than 1,000 that has proven to be “the most baffling.” In the exhaustive canon of true crime docs, podcasts, TV shows, and beyond, there still hasn’t been anything quite like Unsolved Mysteries . Read Full Story

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How to Use Music in Marketing Paid Campaigns

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Everyone loves music. Using it in your paid ad campaigns is a powerful way to catch people’s attention or appeal to their emotions. The right music, leveraged in the right ways, has the potential to positively affect metrics like CTR and traffic to your website . Why is Music in Marketing Paid Campaigns Beneficial? Over the past few years, we’ve seen some incredible marketing happen with the marriage of music and marketing. Remember when HP worked with Meghan Trainor to help promote their HP Pavilion x360? With this creative ad, HP saw a 26 percent increase in revenue from the previous 12-week average. Why do music and paid campaigns work so well together? Firstly, we have to understand the importance of music as a whole. How much music do you listen to? If you’re an average American, this will amount to around 16 hours per week . While we all …

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How to watch John Lewis’s funeral and Barack Obama’s reported eulogy live online

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Lewis was one of the most prominent civil rights icons, inspiring multiple generations. Since 1987, he was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Georgia’s 5th district (D). The private burial service for civil rights icon John Lewis takes place today in Atlanta. Lewis passed away earlier this month at the age of 80 from pancreatic cancer. Lewis was one of the most prominent civil rights icons from the 1960s onwards, and since then he has served in public office in varying capacities. Ever since 1987, Lewis has been a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for Georgia’s 5th district (D). Read Full Story

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