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Secrets From the Man That Knows More About Direct Marketing Than Anyone in the World

Secrets From the Man That Knows More About Direct Marketing Than Anyone in the World

I was lucky enough to get an interview with Drayton Bird, the man who marketing legend David Ogilvy says “knows more about direct marketing than anyone in the world”. He was named one of the 50 individuals who have shaped
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Should Your Company Invest In A Mobile App?

This is the question I asked to Inreact, a digital marketing company owned by Osiris and Ann Nunez, who are experts at what they do. Ann is the marketing and design pro and Osiris is the programming guru. Should Your
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Copy Machine vs. State of Florida

Florida Citizens Scammed for Millions Recently the State of Florida was fraudulently misrepresented by an individual using a copy machine. A condensed version of the scam: when one signs up on sunbiz.org to incorporate a new business in Florida, the
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A More Peaceful Workspace: Ten Ways to De-Stress at Work

The Centers for Disease Control estimate that 75% of all doctor visits are attributable to stress related illnesses. Stressors related to our jobs, life as a teenager, financial problems, relationship difficulties, and our dietary choices are causing thousands of stress
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Cybercrime Smarts: Protecting Yourself Against Fraudulent Online Attacks

Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing areas of criminal activity in the world. Rising numbers of criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience and anonymity that modern technologies offer in order to commit a diverse range of online crimes. These
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How Will the New Health Care Legislation Affect You?

On March 23, 2010 President Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act (PPACA). Together with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act it represents the most significant government expansion and regulatory overhaul of the U.S
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Life Imitates Art: Computer Software to Aid in Crime Prevention

In the 2002 motion picture “The Minority Report,” crime is virtually eliminated from Washington D.C., in the year 2054, thanks to an elite law enforcement squad called “Precrime.” They use three gifted humans (called “Pre-Cogs”) with special powers, enabling them
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Lawsuit Filed by County Clerks against Mortgage Industry Group MERS Dismissed by Judge

3/8/2012   A sweeping lawsuit filed last year by two Kentucky county clerks against MERS, the lending industry organization that allows the trading of mortgages among secondary market investors, has been dismissed by a federal judge in Paducah. In April,
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Fracking in Towns Upheld by New York Judge

3/8/2012   A judge delivered a blow to the oil and gas industry by ruling that small towns in New York possess the authority to prohibit drilling within their borders, including the contentious process known as fracking. State Supreme Court
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Drilling Without Consent Allowed by State Law

3/7/2012   Landowners who are not leasing their land to oil and gas companies for natural gas drilling may actually not have much to say on the matter. According to Louis Chodkiewicz, a resident of Broadview Heights and who fought
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