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Winning Engagement: Brands Are Spending More On Messaging
Brands are racing to improve their consumer messaging this year, judging by the 2021 Global Customer Engagement Review. Read More.
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Email Marketing vs Social Media Marketing: Which One’s Best for You?
Email Marketing and Social Media Marketing are two of the important components of digital marketing. Read More.
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What Happens if You Don't Accept WhatsApp's New Privacy Policy?
Two weeks after a new privacy policy was set to take effect, WhatsApp is still scrambling to inform users of their digital rights. Read More.
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Commentary: As progressives falsely claim ideological victory, free speech is in peril
Free speech is in peril, with big tech behemoths seemingly treating ideological diversity and free expression as futile social antiques — relics to be discarded at their discretion. Read More.
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4 Email Marketing Mistakes Affecting Your Conversions (And How to Fix Them)
If you’re like many business owners, you use email marketing to stay in contact with your customers and nurture leads. Read More.
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Facebook Emails Reveal Company Knew Of Inflated Metrics, Marketers Argue
In the fall of 2017, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg allegedly “acknowledged in an internal email” that she was aware of problems with the company's metrics regarding the potential reach of ad campaigns. Read More.
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Democrats split over plan to require greater censorship of ads in Section 230 overhaul
Senate Democrats are split on new legislation that could force tech companies to censor online ads in the hopes of curbing misinformation and fraudulent claims. Read More.
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Facebook Shows Australia Who’s Boss: Cuts off News Down Under and Blocks Access to Health Departments, Charities, Emergency Services in the Process
The tech giants are openly flaunting their dominance over the planet and independent thought. It will no longer be allowed. Read More.
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Laura Loomer’s Lawsuit Against Big Tech Censorship Makes It to Supreme Court Docket
In January 2020, former Republican Congressional Candidate Laura Loomer filed a formal Federal Election Commission complaint against Twitter for providing in-kind corporate contributions to her opponent, Democrat Congresswoman Lois Frankel, by censoring her from the platform. Read More.
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Washington Post ‘Fact-Checker’ Gets Owned For Defending Biden’s Vaccine Whopper
The Washington Post’s chief fact-checker Glenn Kessler tried to run interference for Joe Biden after the president falsely claimed during a CNN town hall Tuesday evening that the United States did not have a COVID-19 vaccine when he transitioned into the White House in late January, but it backfired. Read More.
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Accountant Email Marketing Must-Haves
Did you know that a strong email marketing campaign has one of the highest returns on investment of all forms of marketing? Read More.
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7 Topics You Should Never Address In Email
If there’s one key communication lesson we learn from politicians and corporate professionals who end up in court, it’s this: What not to include in email. Read More.
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Google To Pay $1.3M For Misleading Star Ratings For Hotels In France
Google’s fine in France of 1.1 million euros ($1.3 million) might seem small, but the reason behind the fine will hurt the company’s reputation much more than the financial loss. Read More.
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20 Creative Call to Action Examples for Email Newsletter Signups
Though it is one of the older digital marketing strategies, email marketing is still around because it works. Read More.

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