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Is Your (Boss/Lover) A Narcissistic Gaslighting Abuser Trying To Manipulate You

Today: JPay, prisons, Email, Gaslighting, Narcissism, Manipulation, Abuse, $15K Matchmaker, AirBNB, Bucket List-Worthy Restaurants A day in the life of a Miami matchmaker, who charges $15,000 for 6 months and takes meetings at a private beach club How Airbnb went from renting air beds for $10 to a $30 billion hospitality behemoth Scientists Found That […]

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Cryptocurrency Trading Bible Three: Winning in Sideways and Bear Markets

Today: Domain Name Expirations,  Bitcoin, Cyrptocurrency regulation, Email, Subject lines, iHOP, iHOB, Branding, rebranding, Mugshots, Cannabis oil, marijuana, COPD 5 Keys to Wealth According Tim Ferriss 19 email subject lines that sell like hell. IHOP, #IHOb, And Lying To Your Fans As A Marketing Strategy Today: Crypto bloodbath, IHOP, IHOB,

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Employers Looking The Other Way When Applicants Test Positive For Pot

Things I wish I knew when I started Crypto Trading; How many top professionals do you know who do ‘not’ drink alcohol? What Makes A Really Good Email? Cord cutters say they are saving an average of $115 per month; Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh reveals what it was like losing 18% of his employees; Facebook […]

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19 Central Bankers Walk Into a Bar… “Ripple Is A Trap, And If You Currently Hold XRP, You Are Right In It.”

Confessions of a NAMEMAN (check out his website link at bottom); How to Pay Writers in Cryptocurrency; 5 secrets Steve Jobs can teach us about writing effective emails; Six huge reasons you’re not getting what you want; 4 interview skills that will help you land your dream job; How to turn haters into fans and […]

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New SEO Ranking Factors Study Points to Massive Changes in Google Search; Tech Influencers List

Email Is Broken. Can Anyone Fix It? The retail catalog is back: why brands are reinvesting in print; What Millennials Can Learn from The Father of Modern Management; Apple is projected to spend $4.2 billion annually on original content; 5 Differences Between Marketing To Millennials V s . Gen Z; Data Bias Is Becoming A […]

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It’s All About Carbs: Low-Fat Diet Could Kill You… How Kahoot! Quickly Hit One Billion Players

Anyone come to mind— The Fascinating Reason Why Liars Keep On Lying; P&G fought online advertising, and online advertising won; Four Tips For Improving Your E-Commerce Conversion Optimization; For Many Marketers, Email Is Still King; Google’s refunds point to two of the biggest problems in ad tech; What’s The Difference Between Content Marketing And SEO? […]

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Your Internal Culture Is Your Brand; $2,400 Can Get You $150,000 Worth of Media Attention

The “Quantum Internet” Is Just a Decade Away. Here’s What You Need to know; Apple has a surprising new growth engine spends almost $3 billion on self-driving and AR; 149,513 Emails Are Sent Every Minute: Here’s How to Get Someone to Read yours; Your Guide to the Best Rooftop Bars around Miami Open options for […]

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In Review: June in the domain industry

Big geos and a big acquisition lead last month’s news. It’s time to take a quick look back at the top stories and podcasts on Domain Name Wire over the past month. Here are the top five stories ranked by pageviews: 1. Skip Hoagland puts domain portfolio up for sale including Cuba.com and Atlanta.com – […]

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Forget traffic leakage. It’s email that’s most dangerous

A lost website visitor is one thing; a misdirected email can be worse. Domain name investors often talk about the traffic leakage that occurs when you use a domain name other than .com (or the dominant domain in your country). Use something other than .com and some visitors will inevitably end up going to the […]

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Do Search Ads Work? Harvard Researchers Teamed Up With Yelp To Find Out; Famous, Old,TV PitchMan Now Plugs Pot

Consumers Will Love the End of Net Neutrality—at First; Amazon launches Chime, a video conferencing and communications service; Should Brands Get POLITICAL? INSIDE MEDIUM’S MELTDOWN: How an idealistic Silicon Valley founder raised $134 million to change journalism, then crashed into reality; The Biggest Threat To Content Marketing Isn’t Fake News; Elon Musk: Humans must merge […]

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