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16 Empowering Thoughts to Help Us Stand Strong, Get Through Trying Times

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 14, 2016

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For many Americans, the recently concluded Presidential election has taken a massive emotional toll on them. But, as difficult as it may be, life has to go on through the good and bad times; sunny and rainy days. Check out empowering thoughts about acceptance and moving on to help us stand strong and get through inevitable trying times in business and life.

5 Things You Need to Know about Facebook—The Possibilities and Limitations

by Aly Chiman | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 11, 2016

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We use it almost every day, but what do we really know about the possibilities and limitations of Facebook? These are some of the most interesting things you should know about this favorite social network.

Are You Using Instagram for Your Social Media Marketing? Here’s Why It’s Crucial You Do

by Sheena Mathieson | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 9, 2016

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Instagram is one of the best social media platforms for marketing along with Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. It is a must for your business’ social media campaigns. The trick to making an Instagram marketing campaign work is to simply know how to use it.

United Arab Emirates Passes New Law to Encourage Reading

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 7, 2016

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The United Arab Emirates has passed a new law to encourage literacy among its citizens. The new reading law aims to make reading a lifelong habit for 50% of Emirati adults and 80% of pupils.

AT&T is Buying Time Warner. Is the Deal Good for the Content Industry?

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 2, 2016

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AT&T Inc. recently agreed to buy Time Warner Inc for $85.4 billion. By acquiring Time Warner and entering into the business of originating and distributing content, the telecom company may have increased its incentive to favor that content over rival sources. This incentive is raising concerns.

3 Main Reasons Why Articles Are Rejected by Publishers (And How You Can Avoid This)

by Walter Hurley | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 31, 2016

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Many of us would love our writings to be featured on major online publications, but there is always a possibility that your writing will be rejected. However, you can fix common problems that lead to rejection and improve your chances of scoring a byline on the publications.

Google Acquires FameBit: Why This Matters to Digital Content Marketers, Creators

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 27, 2016

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Earlier this month Google announced it had purchased FameBit, a self-service online startup that connects brands with social media influencers. The search giant said the acquisition would help increase the number of branded content opportunities available, bringing more revenue to YouTube.

5 Things Extremely Prosperous Writers Do That Are Rarely Discussed

by John Cabrera | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 24, 2016

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There are many tips on how to become a successful writer. Tips such as perseverance, dedication and hard work are some of the most typical advice. Indeed, these concepts are key to becoming a successful writer, but what else do successful writers do that is rarely discussed?

You Don’t Have to “Have” a Vision. You Can Just “Find” a Vision That Resonates With You

by Simon Sinek | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 22, 2016

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For some reason, there is this standard in business that has emerged that we all have to “have” a vision. Some big, bold, change-the-world Steve-Jobsian vision. But, maybe you don't really need to have a vision. You can just find one that resonates with you.

15 Things You Can Do to Stay Positive and Motivated as an Entrepreneur

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 17, 2016

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As entrepreneurs we get frustrated sometimes by the seemingly slow pace of our progress, repeated failures and lengthy delays in our entrepreneurial efforts. But there are ways to consciously balance out all the negative events, and remain positive when operating your business or startup.

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