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Just 6% of Small Businesses Focus on Keeping Customers

The goal of a commercial business is to increase sales, and retaining current customers is key to making this happen. But according to a new report from The Manifest, only 6% of small businesses are focused on retaining their customers. This is despite the fact their main digital marketing goal is to increase sales. The data reveals most small businesses aren’t ... Read More »

Social Media Died When It Stopped Being Social And Became Just About Making Money

The hullabaloo over the article written by one of the co-founders of Facebook, Chris Hughes, calling for Facebook to be broken up and regulated, so as to limit its pernicious effects on society and democracy, which Nick Clegg, the company’s Vice-President of Global Affairs and Communications and former Prime Minister of the UK, has already answered, has produced an unexpected but very meaningful idea: there’s ... Read More »

Is the Startup Mentality Just for Startups?

Silicon Valley, America’s hotbed of technology and entrepreneurship, is widely regarded as the birthplace of the startup culture that has permeated across geographies and built some of the world’s most successful companies. The culture of innovation and ingenuity continues to thrive worldwide as a rising number of startup founders are busy chasing the next big idea and building their dream ... Read More »

Sunglasses are not just a fashion statement in summer. They offer some real health benefits too

Sunglasses and summers go hand-in-hand. Apart from being a summer fashion statement; sunglasses also help in protecting our eyes from various eye problems. Here are a few reasons why sunglasses are your best friend this summer: Blocks UV Rays You must always look for sunglasses that give you 100% UVA and UVB protection. This provides full protection against the sun’s ... Read More »

Age is just a number: Having a positive attitude towards growing old can reduce risk of dementia

Older persons who have acquired positive beliefs about old age from their surrounding culture are less likely to develop dementia, a study has found. The research, published in the journal PLOS ONE, examined whether culture-based age beliefs influence the risk of developing dementia among older people, including those who carry the high-risk gene variant. “We found that positive age beliefs ... Read More »

Amazing Mishri or Rock Sugar Benefits: It Is More Than Just A Mouth Freshener

It is a pleasure to binge on some extra saunf (fennel seeds) and mishri (rock sugar) after having an elaborate meal at a restaurant while paying your bill. The two delights come as excellent mouth fresheners as well as amazing digestives. While fennel seeds may have gotten their share of limelight, it is the mishri or rock sugar that also deserves our attention. It may be tiny ... Read More »

Automation May Take Your Job Away, But It Might Just Create a New One for You, Too

Robots are undeniably decimating jobs in certain industries—but the news isn’t necessarily all bad. A new report by Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work lays out 21 new kinds of jobs that will be created in the next 10 years, employing large swaths of people impacted by automation. All the jobs fall under three main areas: coaching people to expand their ... Read More »

Amazon is the new Walmart – and Whole Foods just inherited all of the e-commerce giant’s baggage

Whole Foods got its start as a hippie, natural foods store with a feel-good message. Now, it’s owned by a company that’s giving Walmart a run for its moneyas one of the most disliked companies in retail. On Monday, Amazon’s $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods formally went through. And, the e-commerce giant didn’t waste any time inmaking changes. Prices on staples ... Read More »

Facing A Job Interview? Just Be Yourself, Suggests A Study

People are often encouraged to only present the best aspects of themselves at interview London: Applying for a new job? Just relax and be yourself during the interview, as a study has found that authenticity is key to securing an employment offer. Researchers, including those from University College London (UCL) in the UK, found that high-quality candidates who strive to ... Read More »

Proving the media wrong is part of Trump’s brand. He just proved the media right.

Washington Post national security reporter Greg Miller explains what President Trump’s potential disclosures to Russian officials means going forward. (The Washington Post) When you’re a billionaire, it isn’t easy to be a convincing underdog. Yet Donald Trump pulled it off in 2016 by constantly telling voters that he was going to prove wrong a national press corps that doubted his ... Read More »