Here’s the step-by-step guide to building profitable social media marketing strategies — and it’s under $20

It’s not enough to know your way around posting to Facebook anymore. You can learn the real ways of 2018 marketing in the social sphere with the complete Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Certification Course training. It’s on sale now at only $19.99, literally thousands of dollars off its regular price. …read more

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The 7 deadly sins of email security

Email is one of the most fundamental forms of business communication today. Not many of us can imagine our lives without it. But with one in every 100 emails disguising a hacking attempt, what can we do to better protect ourselves against those nefarious bandits wanting to get to our sensitive data? Considering that more than 205 billion emails are sent daily across the Internet, one would be forgiven for thinking, with apologies to Mark Twain, that reports of its demise are greatly exaggerated. Yet, some argue that its days are numbered. With several alternative forms of digital communication available,…

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ASMR videos are the absolute opposite of relaxing

My YouTube recommendations are weird — usually ranging from videos like “How to cut your own bangs” to “Princess Diana’s death conspiracy theories.” A new suggestion hit my algorithm this week, “✂️Sleep-inducing Haircut????.” And I regret clicking. The video begins with a blond-haired girl seemingly whispering directly at me: “Hello, welcome to my hair salon. I’m going to be taking care of you.” I thought it was a joke until she started to touch my face. Her whispers and asthmatic breathing made me anxious, and then furious. Despite feeling utterly bewildered, I couldn’t peel myself away from the screen. Her torture continued…

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Here’s why black women’s #MeToo experiences are different

In April, a 25-year-old black woman named Chikesia Clemons was violently arrested by police at a Waffle House restaurant in Alabama. A video of the arrest that went viral shows police pulling Clemons from her chair and throwing her to the floor. In the process, her breasts are exposed and her dress rides up in the back. When she attempts to cover her breasts, the two officers on top of her threaten to break her arm for “resisting.” Clemons’ experience is not unique. In the U.S., black women are not afforded the same regard for bodily privacy as white women.…

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