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Digital marketing: The Frontier of Creative Content

17 January 2017

When asked what they want to do when they grow up, you might expect most kids to give some pretty generic responses: Doctor, police officer, fireman, or princess, to name a few. What you probably won’t hear from a child is that they want to grow up to have a successful career in marketing.

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Edutainment - Making Procrastination A Good Thing

17 January 2017

Few games in recent memory have been as prolific as Candy Crush. In addition to huge amounts of mobile users, there was a seemingly endless barrage of invites to play via social media. Candy Crush has been the number 3-ranked top grossing game for the past month. Every day, over 7 million users log on and contribute to the $900,094 of its estimated daily revenue, according to thinkgaming.com.

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Economic Forces Lead To Rise In College Alternatives

17 January 2017

It’s no secret that a college education doesn’t guarantee what it used to. From an early age, many young people are told that the road to a good job begins in school and ends with a degree. Unfortunately for those who bought this narrative, a number of factors have contributed to a starkly different realization.

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How To Land A Six-Figure Job... With Just A High-School Education!

17 January 2017

If you want a six-figure salary, college is a waste of tim... So says a former Ivy League professor. Stepping down from a tenured position, the professor (who wished to remain anonymous to avoid hostility among friends and family) said for most of us, college is a 4-year waste of time and money.

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8 Reasons People are Becoming Digital Media Buyers

17 January 2017

With High Demand for Digital Media Buyers and a Low Supply of Qualified Candidates, Salaries Have Climbed to Well Over $100,000 a Year. SAN DIEGO, CA. – One of the hottest jobs on the planet right now? Digital media buyer. There are two primary reasons. First: online advertising spending is set to overtake TV spending by 2019.

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