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This Week in Content Marketing: Could Brands Cure Traditional Media’s Run to Eyeballs?

PNR: This Old Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose can be found on both iTunes and Stitcher.
In this episode, Robert and I get together IRL and discuss Airbnb’s new magazine launch with

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Airplane Flights

I woke up early this morning and was listening to the BBC.  They had a pretty good segment on airplane flights and greenhouse gases.  Man, there is a lot of information to digest on this subject. They said something like there are 100,000 flights per day currently.  And that 3.5 billion passengers per year currently […]

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Alligator snapping turtle's great escape

A huge alligator snapping turtle got stuck in a blocked drain pipe in Houston, Texas.

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Why Freelance Content Writers Aren’t Getting the Results You Want

You need content – and lots of it.
But you’re faced with only so many hours in the day and a finite number of content marketing team members. Most people will advise that the best

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Sunflower Party

Last night Sunflower Outdoor and Bike had its annual customer appreciation party.  It is usually the first holiday deal of the year around here.  At least for me.  I was a little apprehensive about going there, thinking that I only have a short amount of time I can keep an energy level up good enough […]

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Hunter Mitchell raised thousands of dollars to save Osita the rhino.

Hunter Mitchell raised thousands of dollars to save Osita the rhino.

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Google Analytics + Marketing Automation: How to Get Better Insights About Your Audience

If you are considering a marketing automation tool, you may be pondering: “If we’re paying for a robust marketing automation tool, why do we need a separate web analytics tracking tool? Doesn’t the

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Fall Leaves

Leaves changing and falling from the trees is really what defines fall and signals the coming of winter.  (Is it leaves or leafs?)  But, I have a pet peeve about fall and leaves. When I was a kid, our whole neighborhood would pretty much get together and rake our yards on the same weekend.  We had […]

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'Diet is global food policy's elephant in the room'

Global food policy needs to shift way from focusing on feeding people enough calories to nourishing people, say leading food experts.

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India Unveils the World’s Largest Solar Power Plant



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Kamuthi in Tamil Nadu, India is now home to the world’s largest solar plant that adds 648 MW to the country’s generating capacity.

Previously, the Topaz Solar Farm in California, which was completed two years ago and has a capacity of 550 MW, held the title. Aljazeera reports:

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