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Does Your Business Need a Website a Blog or Both

By Jason Freely / last month

What suits your needs better, a website, or a blog? Both are important marketing tools that can attract and retain customers. But to decide which one is right for your company; you need to understand each platform and have a clear idea of how you want your business to develop. Blog vs Website: Use This […]

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Maque Choux for Corn Season

By Jason Freely / last month

If you live in certain corners of the country, you’ve probably noticed that corn is starting to creep into markets… And that means summer’s MVV (Most Valuable Vegetable, naturally) will be showing up on our dinner table at least a few times a week in as many ways as possible. (If you’re anything like me, […]

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How to Grow Your Fashion Business Successfully

By Jason Freely / last month

When it comes to expanding your fashion business, it’s helpful to learn what works and what doesn’t from the experts so that you can make fewer mistakes and have the edge over competitors. If you love fashion and are looking to grow your brand, then this guide is for you. Build on Your Product Line […]

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Scientists Claim to Have Recreated Earth’s First Life

By Jason Freely / last month

Playing God A team of scientists believe that they’ve recreated the biochemical processes that gave rise to the earliest forms of life on Earth. Researchers from the University of Duisburg-Essen recreated the harsh conditions deep within the Earth’s crust as it existed some 3.8 billion years ago, which is where they suspect life began. Under […]

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Your Mess is Your Message: Building a Brand Story

By Jason Freely / last month

Want to know a secret about building a brand story? The best brand stories come from a place of vulnerability. Great brand stories come from overcoming obstacles and failures. After all, we want to see ourselves in a brand. As human beings, we crave connection. And connections come from shared experiences. For too long, we’ve […]

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June 2020 Horoscopes: Enter Your Turning Point

By Jason Freely / last month

Editor’s Note: We’re sharing horoscopes a little later than usual this month. Despite the delay, there’s still plenty of insight to be gleaned about the possible trajectory of your relationships, career, finances (and more) in the middle and latter parts of June. We hope you find them intriguing. Eclipse season has returned once again, meaning […]

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How to Attract Ideal Clients to Your Business

By Jason Freely / last month

Let me take you through a typical prototype journey that your ideal client goes through. Imagine you are planning a destination wedding for yourself in Hawaii. You have made up your mind about everything from the perfect designer gown, menu, the music, and you want to find the photographer who will perfectly capture on your […]

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What Books Have You Read Lately?

By Jason Freely / last month

Are you reading anything good right now? I just finished a book, and it was kind of strange… The book is Rodham, the latest from Curtis Sittenfeld. The novel follows Hillary Rodham — yes, that Hillary Rodham — from her days as a Yale law student to the present day. But there’s one major difference. […]

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A 2010 Scientific Paper Predicted That 2020 Would Be a Shitshow

By Jason Freely / last month

Paging Nostradamus The year 2020 has heralded a seemingly endless onslaught of political, economic, and societal chaos. But surprisingly, one scientist predicted our particularly hellish year a full decade ago. University of Connecticut researcher Peter Turchin published an article in the journal Nature, back in 2010, in which he predicted that social and economic turmoil […]

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