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Twitter for your Business – How To Make Tweets Work For You

Whether you’re a new business or a tried and true business trying to make it in a world with continually evolving technology, you need to know about Twitter and you need to be using it. Whether you believe that things like Twitter have made our collective attention span shorter or it is a tool reacting to our increasingly decreasing attention span, it is one of the most common tools for communication these days and learning to utilize the 140 character format to your advantage will definitely help you stay up-to-date in your market and elevate your chances at success or [...]

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Coffee Breaks and Productivity – Do They Help or Hurt?

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world along with beer, water, and tea. Coffee is also credited with making the industrial revolution possible, or at least with helping to sustain it. Caffeine provided a very different effect than ale or beer, which had been the common drink of most people. It woke people up and got their brain gears moving, which fostered the creativity and ingenuity of that Industrial boom. Drinking coffee before work and at meal breaks also kept workers’ energy sustained and their productivity high. The difference between those workers and the modern [...]

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5 More Ways to Reward Employees Without Digging Into Your Pocket

We previously gave you some great ideas on how to reward your employees without digging too far into your wallet. Those five tips were not the only ways to do this, and we’ve got five more for you this week! Even More Recognition In addition to the management team recognizing employees for productivity or accomplishments, your company should encourage employees to recognize each other, for everything. Creating a bulletin board or sectioning off part of one for recognition is one way to do this. Employees can write notes on post-its or even get creative in acknowledging their coworkers. Take this to [...]

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The History of Iced Tea and Ice Tea, but not Ice-T

I was born in the southeastern United States and now live in the Northeast. Most people I’ve met who were not born in The South have unyielding opinions about ice tea which are usually either that it is something that only happens in the South (at least it did before companies like Snapple became a thing) or that sweet ice tea is weird/gross/ridiculous. I thought that ice tea was only a southern thing myself (besides Snapple) until I started researching this blog. It turns out; it is international. This surprised me considering the one time I took my daddy (an [...]

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Is Coffee Good or Bad for You? It Depends On What Year It Is.

Something’s perceived health benefits can vary considerably depending on time and place. One decade it’s amazing for you, the next it causes cancer. Think about cocaine: it was first used medically and even put in the first famous soft drink, Coca-Cola; then people started figuring out it was addictive and could kill you and now it’s an illegal drug that party-goers and businessmen use for its non-health “benefits.” The same is true of coffee. No, it’s not an illegal drug, but, it is one of the most addictive and normalized drugs in our society. And, like cocaine, its perceived health [...]

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Why Subscriber Lists Are So Important for Email Marketing

If you’re new to internet marketing, you might not be aware that you use one of your most powerful marketing tools every day: email. One of the easiest ways to get your target market engaged with your company online is through marketing emails. You’ll be blown away by the increase in website traffic and online engagement you’ll see when you get an email marketing campaign off the ground, and the single most important aspect of that is having a solid subscriber list. We’ll look at what an email subscriber list is, how it works for you, and even how [...]

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Understanding Your Espresso: Tastes, Brews, and Styles

If you have ever gone through the process of making an espresso, you potentially have wondered why exactly it didn’t come out quite the same as your café’s coffee. You’ve bought the same beans, used a top of the line brewing machine, and have even got a little espresso cup to sip out of, and yet it is still not quite as good. In this article, we are going to help you break down different components of taste, brewing espresso, and different styles that you can diagnose your cup or better yet just enjoy your first brew of the [...]

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