November 20, 2020
Good Morning & Happy Monopoly Game Day
Monopoly was invented in 1903 by Lizzie Magie and Charles Darrow, was published for the first time, 32 years later in 1935. Monopoly is a board game currently published by Hasbro. In the game, players roll two six-sided dice to move around the game board, buying and trading properties, and developing them with houses and hotels.
Last year Monopoly generated over $1.5 billion in sales, I would say it is impressive!
One thing for sure, we all encountered, at least one time in our lives, with a sore loser…
A few things happening:
1) FBI hires 140 robots to retrieve sensitive information.
2) Google Ads wants advertisers to give broad match another shot.
3) GitHub restores popular YouTube downloader three weeks after its takedown.
4) Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in October.
5) The best opportunities for real estate marketing right now.
6) What are the 5 major cybersecurity mistakes you can avoid as a small business owner.
7) Facebook: 5 Considerations to make shopping online easier for your customers.
8) Home improvement retailer Wickes taps TikTok influencers in UK.
9) YouTube Music adds ‘Quick picks’ carousel to start a radio playlist from recent songs.
10) 8 Holiday marketing campaign ideas for ecommerce.
11) Facebook adds more ways for creators to track and monetize their content on Facebook and Instagram.
12) How to use emotion to make your brand’s content more compelling.
Have an awesome weekend!
— Itay Paz
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It’s a question asked on Discussion Forums and Social Media every day.
It makes the shoulders of online marketers tense up and makes analysts frown with concern.
You look at your analytics, eyes wide, and find yourself asking; “Why do I have such a high bounce rate?”
So, visitors are leaving your website, buy why?
Discover these 13 things that could be causing this and five tips to help reduce your high bounce rate.
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Let’s get straight to the point with this one.
Many times, growing your brand’s presence through content marketing can feel like an uphill battle, especially if you’re low on cash.
However, this doesn’t mean you should stop doing content marketing.
You see, the beauty of content marketing is that your investment is based on time rather than cash. Even if you are on a shoestring budget, with the right strategy in place, and our actionable tips, you can set the stage for a booming business.
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It’s always that one client who knows just how to ruin your day.
You see their name in your inbox and the dread pools in your stomach. “Maybe it’s not that bad,” you tell yourself. Maybe they just have a question.
But sure enough, it’s a doozy. Your recent work is performing like garbage, or they really can’t make their payments this month, or they have “just a few little changes” that are neither few nor little.
You know the client I’m talking about.
Every agency or consultant who’s been in the industry longer than a day has worked with problem clients.
Sometimes they show their bad side right away, and sometimes they wait until you’re halfway through a 6-month contract. Either way, it can be bad enough to make you seriously consider if this business is worth all the hassle.
Discover how to handle and navigate working with problem clients.
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