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Hydration for the Apocalypse: How to Store Water for Long-Term Emergencies

A big storm and earthquake hits your town. It’s a certifiable quakenado. Your house is spared structural damage, but the power and water are out. According to news reports, the grid is down in…
PUBLISHED: April 1, 2014
LENGTH: 11 minutes (2894 words)

7 Elements Your Content Marketing Strategy Is Missing

(Image Source) Trying to tackle the digital world? Looking for the hip and hot new marketing trends du jour? Although content marketing is nothing new and is a catchall phrase for a plethora of…
LENGTH: 7 minutes (1815 words)

8 of the worst tips about content marketing and going viral

I have heard some really bad advice about content creation, content marketing, and brand journalism. While the internet is filled with some great advice, there’s a lot of awful advice as well…
LENGTH: 6 minutes (1527 words)

10 Ways to Make Your Content More Fun to Read

"But I write about mortgages (or some other similarly 'boring' topic) -- there's no way I can possibly make my content fun to read." For many of you in the B2B boat, this is probably an excuse…
LENGTH: 6 minutes (1693 words)

46 Digital Marketing Tools to Make Your Life Easier (The Spark Notes Version)

Digital marketing, with its flurry of campaigns, content writing, social strategies, trends and so much more is a career in which all marketers always need to stay on their toes. One of the most…
LENGTH: 10 minutes (2532 words)

Follow Google Guidelines: What's The Risk as White Fades to Black?

Shadows are the color of the sky. It’s one of those truths that is difficult to see, until you look closely at what’s really there. To see something as it really is, we should try to…
LENGTH: 6 minutes (1536 words)

Google encrypts data amid backlash against NSA spying

Google is racing to encrypt the torrents of information that flow among its data centers around the world, in a bid to thwart snooping by the NSA as well as the intelligence agencies of foreign…
PUBLISHED: Sept. 6, 2013
LENGTH: 1 minutes (444 words)

28 Aug, 2013 0 Comments This writing was prompted by yet another article posted to Hacker News. There is always an overabundance of articles about somebody moving to a standing desk to combat some…
LENGTH: 6 minutes (1589 words)

The NYPD Division of Un-American Activities

On the morning of September 11, the detectives of the New York Police Department’s Intelligence Division traveled in force toward the burning towers of the World Trade Center, the biggest…
PUBLISHED: Aug. 25, 2013
LENGTH: 3 minutes (797 words)