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Some authors swear that writing the ending of a book first is imperative to the plot. Knowing where you want to end up can be invaluable, as it helps you plan out the beginning and middle of your story....

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Brass Tactics Arena, the free-to-play spin-off of Brass Tactics, has launched on Oculus Home for the Oculus Rift with Touch, and UploadVR got the chance to go hands-on with it prior to its release for...

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2005-2009 it was good enough to post and get traction. Then, 2010 “experts” started saying you need to post at least once a day to get traction. 2011-2015 the idea of posting really long articles....

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 Tronc, the company formerly known as Tribune Publishing, announced today that it now owns a majority stake in BestReviews, which publishes in-depth reviews of consumer products. In another announcement...

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I’ve done a lot of content and a lot of analytics, so I wanted to write a post to tie the two together: how to use data to inform your content strategy and execution. Lots of times I feel content...

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When a customer’s credit card fails or expires, they might not even know it. But your business detects the revenue loss immediately. Dunning emails can help minimize delinquent churn. Plus, you can strengthen...

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Picaresque Studio’s Nantucket is the latest video game to draw inspiration from literary classics — this time from the vengeful nautical adventures of Herman Melville’s novel Moby-Dick. It’s...

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When Mark Zuckerberg’s post dropped about the upcoming “friends and family first” algorithm change, social media marketers were more alarmed than, well, the residents of Hawaii this past...

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Welcome to Episode 157! Ross Mason is the Founder & VP of Product Strategy of Mulesoft, one of the world’s leading software platforms making it easy to connect the world’s applications, data,...