Monthly Archives: October 2017

Cod and haddock 'may vanish' from Scotland's west coast

Herring and haddock could also disappear by the turn of the century due to global warming, warn scientists.

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How Brands Use Pop-Up Experiences to Make a Lasting Impression

A couple of months ago, my daughter sent me a link to a place in San Francisco that I just didn’t have a name to describe. Some might call it a museum. Or

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Record surge in atmospheric CO2 seen in 2016

CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere jumped to a record in 2016, says the World Meteorological Organization.

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A Content Marketing Love Letter

Almost eight years ago to the day was one of the worst days of my life.
The business I had started 2.5 years earlier was on its last leg. It wasn’t just that we

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Chimpanzees among 33 breeds selected for special protection

The Convention of Migratory Species includes chimpanzees, leopards and vultures on its list.

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This Week in Content Marketing: Marketing Associations to Blame Publishers for Allowing Bad Ads

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Caimans helped out of a sticky situation in Brazil

Animals have got stuck in mud after searching for relief from Brazil’s prolonged drought.

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How to Speed Your Climb Out of the Content Marketing Pit of Despair

Still feeling frustrated by your content marketing program? Trust me, you’re not alone.
Yes, nearly 65% of B2B marketers report they’re having more success with content marketing this year compared with last, according to

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Artificial intelligence smart enough to fool Captcha security check

Researchers developed an algorithm that imitates how the human brain responds to these visual clues.

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8 Rules for the Startup Marketer (or Anyone Who Wants to Think Like One)

If you work in a big, established company, a presentation on being a marketer on a small team, especially a small team in a startup, may not seem to apply to you. But

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