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Book Marketing Boss

Book Marketing Boss

Randy GinsburgFebruary 3, 2021
Book Marketing Boss is an in-depth Notion dashboard to help you launch, market, and sell your book.  Why did I create this?  I launched my book in July 2019 and
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Crashing Up – Kirkland Edge, Whispering Cities, and ImportYeti

Crashing Up – Kirkland Edge, Whispering Cities, and ImportYeti

Randy GinsburgFebruary 3, 2021
Greetings from snowy New York! It’s already snowed more in two hours than the entirety of last winter. I spent this weekend making a couple of adjustments to the new
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How a Game of Dungeons and Dragons Kept a Group of Friends Together for 38 Years and Counting

How a Game of Dungeons and Dragons Kept a Group of Friends Together for 38 Years and Counting

Nick BarbaDecember 7, 2020
This blog was originally written by Jay McGinley on Satellite’s Blog. The Connection Series highlights stories about people going to great lengths to keep their relationships intact. Staying in touch is
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Alone Together

Alone Together

Randy GinsburgDecember 7, 2020
This blog was originally published by Randy Ginsburg’s newsletter. Click here to subscribe. 🤖The Loneliness Cure It’s been a rough year. Among all of the crises 2020 had to offer, many
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Friday Fuel – December 4th, 2020

Friday Fuel – December 4th, 2020

Randy GinsburgDecember 4, 2020
This blog was originally published by Randy Ginsburg’s newsletter. Click here to subscribe. Hi friends, It seemed like Monday’s email didn’t make it to many of your inboxes. This was
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Creating a Good Relationship With Your Landlord

Creating a Good Relationship With Your Landlord

Nicole KohutNovember 24, 2020
This blog was originally published by Nicole Kohut on Smarta’s Blog. When you were living on your college campus, you may have found the presence of your university looming over
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7 Hacks for Healthier Social Media Use

7 Hacks for Healthier Social Media Use

Jay McGinleyNovember 24, 2020
This blog was originally written by Jay McGinley on Satellite’s Blog. For better or worse, social media is here to stay. 3.8 billion people around the world use social media.
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OthersideAI Raises $2.6 Million to Transform the Email Experience

OthersideAI Raises $2.6 Million to Transform the Email Experience

Nick BarbaNovember 12, 2020
This article was originally published on Medium.com by OthersideAI. At OthersideAI, we are driven by a single vision: empower the world to spend less time on email, and more time on
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Collateral Success

Collateral Success

Daniel ZimmermannNovember 12, 2020
This article was originally published by Daniel Zimmermann on LinkedIn. Collateral damage is a familiar term to most. It doesn’t make too many practical appearances in every day conversation, but it’s
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Podcast: Quentin Rosso – Practical Entrepreneurship

Podcast: Quentin Rosso – Practical Entrepreneurship

The Success Bug TeamNovember 5, 2020
Quentin Rosso (Co-Founder of Gamercraft) sits down to discuss the uglier aspects of entrepreneurship, why he measures his life in KPIs, and the most foolproof way to start on the
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3 Things We Learned About Social Media from Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma”

3 Things We Learned About Social Media from Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma”

Jay McGinleyNovember 2, 2020
This blog was originally published by Jay McGinley on mysatellites.com. People are starting to wake up to the ills of modern social networking sites, thanks in large part to Netflix’s
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The Benefits of Breaking the On-Campus Chains

The Benefits of Breaking the On-Campus Chains

Nicole KohutOctober 28, 2020
This blog was originally published on rentsmarta.com by Nicole Kohut. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of settling into your new home. Many students develop a move-in rhythm during their time at
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