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Cherry And The Bees

And so she smiled that smile. The one he thinks is real Cherry red and bitten inside A bitter stone lodged in her throat Swallowing hard keeps the bees down Churning like molten amber in her belly And swarming loudly in her chest Beneath her heart if such a thing Gulping down his medicine A

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The Best Creative Marketing Ideas for Your Home Care Agency

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, home of employee communication software. Statistics from AARP show that 87 percent of adults age 65+ want to stay in their current home and community as they age. That means the need for home health care will continue to rise, as will the need for home health care

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What a Better Balance Sheet Can Do for Business Growth

Article written by Charli and published at Hubstaff, leaders in employee communication software. When you’re growing a business, there’s so much to think about. Winning contracts, hiring staff, exceeding customer expectations, buying equipment, and advertising your services. So, it’s little surprise that so many small businesses don’t keep an accurate balance sheet. Unfortunately, failure to

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7 Instagram Content Ideas for Creatively Blocked Social Media Managers

Article published at AgoraPulse– leaders in social media management software. Keeping your Instagram feed fresh with diverse content can be taxing—especially when your time and budget are tight. So what happens when you’re feeling a creative block, too? To help you create Instagram content, I’ve put together seven ideas with examples that really work, so

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Why Social Media Writing Isn’t As Easy As It Looks

Social media writing can’t be hard, right? ‘LOL’ isn’t hard to spell and we all know where the # button is on a keyboard and mobile – so what’s the issue? Well, producing readable, engaging and original content for social channels that people want to interact with and share is not as easy as it

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Misconceptions About Social Media Management

Social media management is largely misunderstood. When people see you online all day, it’s easy for them to think you’re posting selfies or having a long old chat with friends. But this is far from the truth. The reality is, managing one, let alone multiple accounts for clients is tough stuff. And a role that

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How To Boost Your Team’s Content Creativity

If you’re lucky enough to have an intelligent, lively and energetic team, don’t kill their buzz. You employed them for a reason. Perhaps you’re armed with punctuation police or research rabbits that hop from site to site gathering information like there’s no tomorrow. These are great qualities. So even if the work gets tough or

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Timeout

And his hand on my pallid forehead A dead fish hand on pure stained ice I cannot see his face but I imagine it might be expressionless yet kind. The father, the guardian, the reaper He will take me from here. I shivered, teeth rattling and hairs raised The taste metallic, a tiny drop of

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10 Rules of PR Crisis Management

From the Lush ‘Anti-Spy Cops’ campaign which resulted in a #FlushLush social media crisis. To the forced removal of a United Airlines passenger that caused a scandal across the web. It’s clear that online backlash can and does happen. The internet is incredibly unforgiving and while the examples just mentioned are particularly extreme cases of

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Content Marketing for Financial Services in 2019

Those of you who follow my channels know that my agency works with leading financial services, blockchain and tech brands. And so if you’re among the 39% of content marketers that don’t have a documented strategy, it’s time for a rethink!  I can tell you that the financial services sector is competitive. Hugely competitive, in

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