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How to Post on Instagram: a Step-by-Step Guide

With over 800 million active users, Instagram is undoubtedly one of the most far-reaching social media networks you can use for marketing purposes. Instagram has proven a viable advertising option for businesses today, and...

Unconventional Jobs For Millennials

Thanks to technology, there are plenty of jobs for millennials who are looking to earn money through the internet. Older people may think that these aren’t “real jobs”, but in reality, you could make...

The Ultimate Guide to Nonprofit Fundraising

Nonprofit fundraising is exciting. It’s the lifeblood of charitable organizations and can serve as a way to raise awareness of a cause and drum up interest among donors. Fundraising is also a massive undertaking....

Study Shows Social Media Impact on Mental Health

For several years now, scientists and sociologists alike have been reporting on social media’s influence on mental health. They have shown correlations with self-esteem issues, social isolation, depression, and more. One new study performed...

How to survive an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet

Ah, sushi—that most delicate and indulgent of dinners (or, if you’re an absolute daredevil with a death wish, the most dangerous thing to grab from a Walgreen’s end cap). Sushi places have been a...

How to Make Natural Disinfecting Wipes for Home Cleaning

Those ready-made disinfecting wipes in the plastic containers can be so convenient for sanitizing and eliminating messes. Our family doesn’t use toxic conventional cleaners, and with a large family the cost of natural store-bought cleaners adds...

How to Make Your Google Search Snippets More Clickable

An alarming digital marketing trend should scare all online publishers: Organic traffic from Google is vanishing: Google’s latest search elements (featured snippets and People Also Ask) steal clicks from organic listings. The first three...

How to Foster an Animal for the First Time

At the Animal Care Centers of New York City, the shelters receive between 40 and 60 animals a day; during one holiday weekend last year, the shelters received more than 300 animals, including dogs,...