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How To Evaluate A Job Offer From A Startup

If you want to join a startup especially in the valley, make sure you check this out. For many, launching a startup might be the dream. But in a recent post I wrote, I gave another perspective that perhaps joining a startup might be more lucrative depending on your situation.
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This Is How Corona Avoided Disaster During the Pandemic

Lessons around managing negative publicity and marketing 101. There is no doubt that the pandemic had major effects across the world in a variety of industries. Travel, aviation, and retail were hit especially hard with companies going bankrupt or cutting staff in order to save on costs.
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How Tinder Grew With Sorority Groups And College Guys

It’s known as the application that pushed millennial online dating into an application that was easy to use and simple to understand. No more long profiles, just simple right and left. Apart from its genius design and user experience, we also have to take a quick look at how Tinder grew.
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It's Your May 2021 Tech Wrapup

This month has been a rollercoaster, especially if you’ve been keeping up with the news. If you haven’t, no fear as your tech wrap-up is here. I am releasing slightly ahead of schedule so I can continue working on a few other things.
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Here Are 3 Marketing Growth Tips For May 2021

Growth marketing has been getting harder. To find ways to grow without investing money has become almost an impossible feat today with how saturated the market is. However, there are still ways to grow your presence on various platforms if you're willing to put work into it.
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Why I Am Personally Excited About Google's First Physical Store in New York

I have a lot of Google products, so I am excited to see this initiative. Wow it's been a long time coming, but Google's finally going after Apple's store concept. The store will steal a few of Apple's ideas, by showcasing their products and offering support like the genius bar. Unlike its pop-up stores and temporary gigs, this marks a more serious attempt at tackling a permanent physical store idea.