How to Track Credit Score Changes + Free Credit Monitoring (No Credit Card Required)

Updated 2019. As noted, the government requires the credit bureaus to provide you a free credit report once every 12 months. However, the services listed below provide you a free credit score updated throughout the year either daily, weekly, or monthly. Most offer additional data taken directly from your credit reports, while some even offer free daily credit monitoring or free identity protection services. As of 2019, all three major credit bureaus are covered: TransUnion, Equifax, and Experia...
Tags: Credit Cards, Marketing, Debt, Credit Karma, Isaac, WalletHub, Equifax, TransUnion, Deals & Offers, Credit Sesame, VantageScore, Transunion Equifax, WalletHub WalletHub, Credit Karma CreditKarma, VantageScore Score

Compassion in the Workplace- Immanual Joseph on #MindfulSocial

This week I’m talking with Immanual Joseph, PhD, about compassion. In the workplace, at home, for others and for ourselves. On the podcast Immanual said: “Compassion is fierce. In the workplace it involves standing up to popular opinion, Standing up to your co-workers and friends to do the right thing. It’s also being vulnerable, Compassion is the opposite of weakness. Compassion is courage with wisdom.” I couldn’t agree more! Listen to the podcast and add your own insights in the comments...
Tags: Seo, Conscious Business, Social Media Tips and Tricks, Mindful Social, Mindfulsocial, Tulane School of Medicine, Immanual Joseph, Immanual, Energy Leadership

Study: Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to meet labor demand - DW (English)

Study: Germany needs 260,000 immigrants a year to meet labor demand   DW (English) Germany needs at least 260,000 new migrant workers per year until 2060 in order to meet labor shortages caused by demographic decline, according to a study ...
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On the Grammys Red Carpet: Janelle Monae Gets Super Glam and Super Lashify-ed!!

  Janelle Monae rocked one of her most sophisticated looks seen on the red carpet. This time she hit the home run with ease and lots of lashes for dramatic effect both as a nominee and as a performer!   In a gauzy dress evoking angel wings and a headpiece crafted from a white square […]
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Why Google is the Beast That Scares Your Industry’s 800-lb. Gorilla (Thinks Out Loud Episode 238)

Looking to drive results for your business? Click here to learn more. Why Google is the Beast That Frightens Your Industry’s 800-lb. Gorillas (Thinks Out Loud Episode 238) – Headlines and Show Notes The distribution trend you care about most in 2019 Expedia CEO: Google Is Our Biggest Competitor – Skift How to Compete With Amazon (and Expedia and Google and…) (Thinks Out Loud Episode 221) Google adds hotel booking, flight check-in to Google Assistant | PhocusWire AI For Marketers: AI Makes ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Seo, Expedia, Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB, Tim Peter, Tim Peter Associates, Guillaume Chaslot, Competitors Alexa Digital

Comedy Central Takes Another 11:30 P.M. Swing With a New David Spade Late-Night Show

Ever since Stephen Colbert left for CBS in 2014, Comedy Central has struggled to find a suitable lead-out program to The Daily Show. After two short-lived efforts, the network is hoping the third time is the charm, signing David Spade to star in a new 11:30 p.m. late-night series. In the new show, Spade will...
Tags: Stephen Colbert, Advertising, Cbs, David Spade, Spade, TCA Press Tour

7 Things to Consider Before You Hire a Content Writer

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Tags: Business, Marketing, Content Marketing, Freelancers, Content Writing, Human Resources Issues

Daily Search Forum Recap: February 11, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
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Google: Syndicated Content May Outrank the Original Source by @MattGSouthern

Google's John Mueller advises site owners that when content is syndicated elsewhere it may outrank the original source.The post Google: Syndicated Content May Outrank the Original Source by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, John Mueller

Justice Ginsburg made a public appearance last week — but the internet still thinks she’s dead

On Monday, the day before President Trump’s State of the Union Address, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg attended a performance celebrating her life at a museum in Washington — her first public appearance since December. It did little to convince the internet’s most morbid conspiracy theorists that she wasn’t dead. Justice Ginsburg, or RBG as she’s known to her fans on the internet, underwent surgery on her left lung in November to remove malignant nodules, a surgery that doctors say we...
Tags: Startups, Washington, Social Media, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Trump, Ginsburg, RBG, State of the Union Address Supreme Court

Google Pushes Back Parallel Tracking for Display & Video Campaigns to May 1st by @MattGSouthern

Google Ads is now expanding parallel tracking to Display and Video campaigns on May 1st.The post Google Pushes Back Parallel Tracking for Display & Video Campaigns to May 1st by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Paid Search

AT&T’s Upcoming Streaming Service Doesn’t ‘Need to Beat Netflix’ or Disney

One of the biggest TV industry face-offs will occur at the end of the year, when both Disney and AT&T roll out their new streaming services shaking up the OTT industry. But AT&T doesn't see the direct-to-consumer space as a winner-takes-all, Turner chief Kevin Reilly said today at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour...
Tags: Advertising, Disney, Netflix, Turner, Television Critics Association, Kevin Reilly, Streaming & OTT, TCA Press Tour

Amazon Is Bringing Wi-Fi Routers In-House by Acquiring Eero

Amazon is acquiring mesh Wi-Fi start-up Eero in a move that will let the Seattle-based giant expand its ever expanding assortment of smart-home capabilities. The acquisition, announced today, gives Amazon more integration with its Alexa-equipped devices while improving Wi-Fi coverage within the home. The deal is still subject to standard regulatory approval but could be...
Tags: Amazon, Advertising, Seattle, Alexa, Emerging Tech, Eero

Digital Growth Presentation Available

Last week the Integer Group partnered with Salsify as part of their Digital Growth Webinar Series for the Webinar “Maximizing Your Amazon Advertising Investment with Demand Side Platform." The webinar discussed: –How Demand Side Platform Provides Additional Tools over AMS–How to Take Early Advantage of DSP and Reach More Customers, Faster–How to Make DSP Part of a Comprehensive Amazon Merchandising Strategy Click here to download the presentation.
Tags: Amazon, Sem, Conference, DSP, Webinar, Integer,, Shopper Culture, Shopper Marketing,, The Integer Group, Integer Group, Salsify, Branding and selling, Amazon Advertising Investment, Ecommce

4 Things to be Aware of When Selling your Home

Are you thinking of selling your home? Whether it is your first time or not, there are some things you need to know as it takes preparation to have a successful sale. Check out the 4 things below that you need to be aware of when selling your home. 1. You need to think about your curb appeal – Many homeowners do a lot of things in order to make their homes sell better. They repaint the whole interior, change the lighting and “stage” the house so that it looks very appealing to potential buye...
Tags: Real Estate, Marketing

LinkedIn Live: The Professional Network Is Conducting a Pilot Test of Live Video in the U.S.

Live video is finally coming to LinkedIn, at least for a few select broadcasters in the U.S. that are part of its pilot program. The professional network introduced native video for users in August 2017, and it debuted in-feed video ads last spring. LinkedIn said members spend almost three times more time watching video ads...
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16 Tips for Your Next Trade Show

I have long been a fan of checklists. I have them for a whole range of marketing and project activities – from events to workshops, website and product launches to employee onboarding. And while I often remember most of what needs to be done, there are some best practices – or nuances – that make a big difference to the outcome. More importantly, when something goes wrong (and we all know THAT never happens, right?), a checklist helps ensure that you cover all your bases while still dealing ...
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Love USA Today or Hate it, the ‘McPaper’ Prefigured Internet Content

It was only a tiny story in Adweek's June 29, 1981 issue--"Gannett Releases Prototypes of National Daily"--but it flagged what would become one of the decade's biggest media stories. Al Neuharth, the gadfly Gannett mogul known for banging out copy on a manual typewriter while sitting in his treehouse--would be launching a newspaper called USA...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Usa Today, Gannett, Adweek, Al Neuharth, 40 Years Bold

Chris Pratt Slams Ellen Pages Claim That His Church Is Anti-LGBTQ

Chris Pratt is setting the record straight on his beliefs. The Guardians of the Galaxy actor took to Instagram on Monday, February 11, to defend his church after Ellen Page claimed it is against the LGBTQ community. Celebrity Feuds: The Biggest Ever! “It has recently been suggested that i belong to a church which ‘hates people’ and is ‘infamously anti-LGBTQ,’” Pratt, 39, wrote in a lengthy Instagram Story post. “Nothing could be further from the truth. I go to a church that opens the...
Tags: Instagram, Stephen Colbert, Religion, Social Media, Justin Bieber, New York Times, Jesus, Ellen, Ellen Page, Chris Pratt, Vox, Anna Faris, Hillsong Church, US Weekly, Hailey Baldwin, Pratt

Can an Ad Save a Doomed Plane?

Thirty-eight years ago, a major airline manufacturer was in serious trouble and hoped a bit of advertising would bail it out. Adweek's July 14, 1980, issue carried the news of a new campaign aimed at salvaging the reputation of the DC-10 jet--and with it, the fortunes of maker McDonnell Douglas. A little over a year...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Adweek, McDonnell Douglas, 40 Years Bold

How Infomercials Almost Ruined Cher’s Career

The early 1990s were tough years for Cher. Battling chronic fatigue syndrome and unsure of her next career move, she signed up for some easy dough by appearing in that most maligned of TV contrivances, the infomercial. In a three-part series for Lori Davis hair-care products, the statuesque chanteuse perched on a sofa and marveled...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Cher, 40 Years Bold, Lori Davis

Edelman Hires Creative Veteran Behind Leo Burnett’s ‘Like a Girl’ as Its First Global CCO

Edelman had a message for last summer's Cannes Lions festival: we do creative now, too. Since giving up its fight against paid media back in 2013, the world's largest independent communications firm has, by its own estimates, hired 600 creatives and planners over the past two years alone in an attempt to offer a wider...
Tags: Advertising, Edelman, Cannes Lions, Leo Burnett, Leadership & Talent

Breaking News - Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough and Terry Crews Join Season 14 of NBC's Summer Blockbuster "America's Got Talent" - The Futon Critic

Breaking News - Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough and Terry Crews Join Season 14 of NBC's Summer Blockbuster "America's Got Talent"   The Futon Critic Simon Cowell and Howie Mandel Return to the Supercharged Judges Panel as America's Top Variety Competition Series Uncovers the Most Unique and ...
Tags: Nbc, America, Seo, Simon Cowell, Julianne Hough, Howie Mandel, Breaking News Gabrielle Union, Summer Blockbuster America

A Mozilla-Led Coalition Is Pushing Facebook for Greater Political Ads Transparency in the EU

A Mozilla-led coalition of groups in Europe in fields including technology, human rights, academics and journalism sent a letter to Facebook urging the social network to release an application-programming interface that would allow for the study and analysis of political ads served by Facebook to people in the European Union. Facebook had not yet responded...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Advertising, Eu, Mozilla, European Union Facebook, Social Pro Daily

Marketing Analysis

Last week I spoke to the American Marketing Association Kent State Chapter about Marketing Analysis. Marketing Analysis Helps Companies Measure Results Some of the marketing communications topics discussed: Website analytics – how Google Analytics tracks the flow of a user through a website. Learn 2 easy ways to install google analytics into a WordPress website. Facebook analytics – what should be tracked and measured on a Facebook page. See behind the scenes insights from a Facebook ad cam...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Marketing, Google Analytics, Branding, Marketing Analysis, American Marketing Association Kent State Chapter

How to mute spoilers on Twitter and Facebook

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, tricks, guides, and advice on how to get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Spoilers have become a pitfall of modern life. They’re a first-world problem, perhaps, but still something that can ruin one of the few pleasures that make it worth facing another arduous cycle around this pitiless yellow star in the face of looming crisis, economic turmoil, personal struggles… Ahem. Yeah, spoilers suck. But as social media has bloomed into a...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Social Media, Basics

Google Ads is Bringing Click Share to Search Campaigns by @MattGSouthern

Google Ads has begun rolling out click share for search campaigns.The post appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Paid Search

The Family Coppola Brand Hosted an Interactive Activation at Sundance in Honor of Francis Ford’s Birthday

Ahead of Francis Ford Coppola's 80th birthday this coming April, The Family Coppola wine brand used the 2019 Sundance Film Festival to give fans the opportunity to send well wishes to the filmmaking giant. The brand, which is now in its third year as the exclusive wine sponsor at Sundance, wanted to celebrate Coppola's independent,...
Tags: General, Advertising, Francis Ford Coppola, Coppola, Francis Ford

Resisting Gloss's liquidation

In recent years, legal scholars have become increasingly attentive to the constitutional role played by historical governmental practice in discerning the Constitution's separation of powers. Theories of “historical gloss” in particular have highlighted the role of historical practice and attempted to situate it within constitutional theory. The U.S. Supreme Court, in recent decisions, has also emphasized such practice. Although it is easier to accommodate a role for post-Founding practice withi...
Tags: Duke, Nelson, Branding, U S Supreme Court, James Madison, Will Baude, Baude, Caleb Nelson, Neil Siegel, Curt Bradley, William Baude, James Madison Here

Snapchat Is Celebrating Black History Month With an AR Museum Featuring Young Artists

Snapchat is helping to mark Black History Month with what it is calling the first-ever augmented reality museum dedicated to young black artists. Starting Monday and running through the end of February, rising artists such as Gianni Lee, Bianca Pastel, Jessica Spence, Jameel Mohammed and Paracosm will have their art featured in a digital gallery,...
Tags: Advertising, Black History Month, Social Pro Daily, AR Museum Featuring Young Artists

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