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How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You in Content Marketing

Posted By ivanpw on Blogging

http://www.noobpreneur.com - Figuring out the best way to market your products and/or services to your customers can be a tricky business. According to marketing trends for 2017, it doesn’t look like it’s… Read more »(c) Noobpreneur.com

Welcome To America: A Caribbean Musical, Is A Universal Story Of Hope And Aspiration - Coming Oct 28 @thecaribcurrent @matrixthinker #events

Posted By reallybigparty on Business

https://www.cashforexperts.com - Welcome To America tells the story of Sabrina Barnes, a talented, unsophisticated, and ambitious young woman from the Caribbean, who leaves her home behind and arrives in America with big dreams and her determination to become a star.  She soon learns, however, that her island naiveté and the harsh realities of her newly adopted country may put both her goals and her future in great jeopardy.
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Award winning singer, actor and producer, Andrew Clarke plays the role of Elijah, Sabrina’s longtime friend and possible romantic interest who encounters his own obstacles in his pursuit of his American entertainment career. A graduate of the Edna Manley College for the Performing Arts in Jamaica, Clarke’s previous credits include In Ar

Cavaliers Lead NBA Odds Against Celtics in Opening Week

Posted By EricWilliams on Sports

https://mybookie.ag - The 2017 NBA season tips off Tuesday night with a terrific matchup between the Celtics and Cavaliers in Cleveland. Those two faced off in last season’s Eastern Conference Finals – won by Cleveland — and also made a shocking blockbuster trade this offseason. The NBA odds favor the Cavaliers for this one, with Cleveland as […]
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Why You Shouldn’t Use A Travel Credit Card

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Travel credit cards are one of the hottest things being advocated, sold, and pushed by credit card issuers, as well as travel bloggers and travel-based companies. There are benefits of each, which are strongly highlighted in paid-for advertisements and seem to be everything a traveler dreams of – a low-risk solution that helps them travel ... Read More about Why You Shouldn’t Use A Travel Credit Card

⚡ Alt Fashion Picks : Ace of Lace⚡

Posted By Thunderella666 on Fashion

https://belleoutofhell.com - Sunday, bloody Sunday?  No, rather ‘Sunday, Scatty Sunday’. I have basically spent most of this Sunday pottering about, making endless plans in my head about which chore to tackle first. The Cannibal Clothing Pile? This evil entity is sitting on a chair at the end of my bed, and has been growing faster than Donald […]

New Concept in the Works for Old Randolfi’s Space in U. City

Posted By investmart007 on Food

https://stlrestaurant.news - Privado Will Bring Weekend Fine Dining & Pop-Up Venue to the Loop University City, MO/October 14, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) – Privado is Spanish for private.  That’s the name acclaimed chef Mike Randolph has chosen for the new concept eatery he’s opening in the footprint of Randolfi’s, which closed in September after two years in The Loop.  […]
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Are You Suffering from Blogging PSS?

Posted By ZacJohnson on Blogging

http://www.bloggingtips.com - PSS. Perpetual Student Syndrome. I filmed a quick video you can watch, enjoy and share now if you suffer from this blogging malady or know people who are having a tough time with this tendency. Video Learn. Learn. Learn some more. Then study, study, learn, buy a course, study it, learn, and then, wait on the sidelines because you are not ready to begin blogging, you tell yourself. Study a bit more. Get chuffed while watching your favorite blogging mentor share his thoughts or her thoughts during their Facebook Live video of the day. Awesome. Inspired. Helpful. Take notes on The post Are You Suffering from Blogging PSS? appeared first on Blogging Tips.

White House: $4,000 more for families with business tax cuts

Posted By stlnews on News

https://www.stl.news - WASHINGTON/October 16, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — By slashing corporate tax rates, the Trump administration said Monday, the average U.S. household will get an estimated $4,000 more a year. This stunning 5 percent increase is likely to [...]
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411 Pro Theme from Studiopress

Posted By bbrian017 on WP Themes

http://www.blogengage.com - The 411 theme has been recently launched by Studiopress. It’s one of the most elegant and simple looking premium WordPress theme. Like most of the recent releases, it contains HTML5 markup and is a completely responsive theme which means the site can be opened effortlessly on both desktop and mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. […]The post 411 Pro Theme from Studiopress appeared first on Blog Engage.

Navigating Your Company’s Tech Infrastructure: 3 Issues to Tackle

Posted By ivanpw on Blogging

http://www.noobpreneur.com - Technology can be overwhelming. There’s just so much of it nowadays. A decade or two ago, you had computers and wired Internet connections, plus the fax machine and landlines. Now… Read more »(c) Noobpreneur.com

‘Welcome To America' takes the Stage at Howard University by Carolyn K. Correia @matrixthinker @thecaribcurrent #play #maryland #events

Posted By reallybigparty on Business

https://www.cashforexperts.com - No matter where you were born, at some point almost everyone fantasized about the American Dream - at least once, especially since it was made popular on television and the big screen. Throughout time, America was seen as a safe haven and land of opportunity for immigrants, both from the developed and developing world.
It was a window of hope for those who longed for a better quality of life for themselves and their families in fulfilment of their wildest dreams, passion, and purpose, which may not have always been easily attainable in their home countries.
Many who have made the journey to America over the decades have carved a path for themselves in the arts, business and virtually all spheres of personal and professional life. In the process, together with born Americans, immigrants ha