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If you have a website that you want to promote, few marketing methods are as effective as social media marketing. By using social media to create relationships with potential and existing customers, you...

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If you are looking to market your business, you probably can’t afford to make too many mistakes with your ad campaign. Consider the many benefits of video marketing and how direct communication...

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Come resort season, Gucci is known for their roaming runways with previous shows set in New York’s DIA-Art Foundation, the Cloisters at Westminster Abbey in London and the Palatina Gallery in Florence’s...

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You may not think of it as a common form of marketing, but article marketing can actually be quite effective. When businesses write pieces directed to those in their industry, they are reaching an audience...

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This romantic Polaroid exhibition is almost as good as a trip to Italy. British Vogue ...

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Never get caught up in a pyramid trap when attempting to become a network marketer. There are legitimate networking opportunities out there, and then there are schemes designed to take your money. Read...

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A lot of people today are getting into article marketing, but they sometimes feel it is too difficult to be as successful as some of the many who are earning serious money from it. What you have to do...

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The post Look of the Week (Top 5 Most Liked Looks on Instagram): Zendaya in Elie Saab, Ashanti in Michael Ngo, Beyoncé in Laquan Smith, and More! appeared first on Fashion Bomb Daily Style Magazine: Celebrity...

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UK consumers have found Amazon’s Give Christmas advert to this year’s “most impactful” Christmas campaign, according to Kantar Millward Brown’s annual research into the effectiveness of festive...

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And it’s a Gigi Hadid favourite… From the editors of InStyle.com Words by Jonathan Borge To the surprise of no one, Beyoncé took home a major social media award when her February pregnancy announcement...

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It’s not often that a meme comes with a history lesson — especially when it starts out as a Twitter tribute to Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” lewk. Last month, a Swiftie...