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The Science Of Weightlessness

The Science Of Weightlessness

Don’t take gravity for granted – it’s what makes your bones stronger, your heart healthy and your brain balanced. While swimming through the air might sound like great fun, have you ever thought about what life would really be like without gravity? Fun at first, yes, but perhaps not all...
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Foods as Word Clouds

Healthy vs. Unhealthy Foods as Word Clouds

Most of us know that consuming fresh, whole foods is the best way to eat healthy and get the vitamins and minerals we need. FoodFacts.com recently put together a series of word clouds illustrating all the complicated ingredients in some of the more popular fast food dishes (like Taco Bell’s Double Decker...
Summertime Tunes

Summertime Tunes

Is there anything that gets you more in a summertime mood than summertime tunes? Check out this week’s pop playlist from the team at 305 Fitness. It’s pretty much guaranteed to have you wiggling in your seat at work. It’s just that catchy. I dare you to NOT dance when this starts...
A Summer Quiz!

A Summer Quiz!

Just in time for summer, swimwear retailer AlwaysforMe.com released a quiz to help women figure out the best swimsuit style for their bodies. Not everyone is suited for a the string bikini look. In fact, according to a poll by Women’s Health Magazine, 22% of women say they’d rather don a t-shirt...
Torturous Tech: How To Fix Your Broken Contact List

Torturous Tech: How To Fix Your Broken Contact List

Mobile phone contact lists haven’t changed much since smart phones were introduced to the market. It’s a shame. The average person’s contact list today is clunky, antiquated, and completely broken. From duplicate entries to caller ID worse than what you’d find on a landline, contact lists have not changed while...
3 Indie Bands Using Social Media for Growth

3 Indie Bands Using Social Media for Growth

Though most of what we hear on the radio these days is Top 40 bubble gum pop, the occasional real talent breaks through the noise. Artists like Macklemore and Lorde have brought a new sound to the radio and subsequently catapulted to stardom seemingly overnight. Not everyone gets a big...
Educational HTML5 Site Reveals The History of Security

Educational HTML5 Site Reveals The History of Security

Infographics and instructographics are both great ways to present information in an engaging and educational manner, but some of them are starting to feel like old news. Sure, they can be a great marketing piece for your business and tend to garner likes and upvotes on social media, but now...
“It’s Not Me, it’s You…” When to Sack a Client.

“It’s Not Me, it’s You…” When to Sack a Client.

We all know that feeling of dread, when a client seems to be moving the goalposts, or when a project just doesn’t seem to be coming together. How do you know when it’s time to cut your losses on a project and tell a client that the deal is off?...
6 Easy Ways to Get More Visitors to Your Blog

6 Easy Ways to Get More Visitors to Your Blog

Blogs are a valuable asset to your business. They provide enhanced visibility to your business, engages the audience in a conversation, Shares a Company’s expertise with others, and builds additional web traffic. If your run a small business with limited resources, blogs are a cheaper alternative to building and maintaining...
How LinkedIn Can Aid in Your Job Search

How LinkedIn Can Aid in Your Job Search

When you finish your education and begin searching for a job, an important tool you have at your disposal is professional networking. Making connections with other professionals in your field can generate job leads and help you impress potential employers. The more professional connections you forge, the easier it will...
6 Ways Small Businesses Find Big Ideas

6 Ways Small Businesses Find Big Ideas

The world is changing quicker than ever before and small businesses today need to take advantage of new products, services, marketing channels and tools – or risk getting left behind. Yet even the most agile of company owners can be plagued by this simple question: “How do I get the...
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Trade Show Planning - Does it Work?

Trade Show Planning – Does it Work?

Even in the new world of web-driven sales and marketing, many businesses still believe that trade shows can be effective in promoting new products, maintaining business relationships, and converting potential buyers. According to Exhibit Edge, however, success at trade shows is still totally dependent on how well they are executed. According to their new infographic,...
Brands Doing Breast Cancer Awareness Month Right

Brands Doing Breast Cancer Awareness Month Right

Most people today are aware that October is breast cancer awareness month. Various fundraising initiatives worldwide have helped raised millions of dollars for cancer research and the search for a cure. Recently, Treetopia put together a list of a dozen brands that are going above and beyond with their breast cancer awareness month initiatives. From pink...
The 10 People You Meet At a Trade Show

The 10 People You Meet At a Trade Show

I consider myself somewhat of a trade show expert. I’ve attended numerous shows through the years and, without a doubt, one of my favorite aspects of any show is always the people watching. From a franchise show in Toronto to a furniture expo in Orlando and everywhere in between, regardless of the location or the...
The Life Cycle of a Data Breach

The Life Cycle of a Data Breach

62% of organizations expect to be compromised in 2016 so if your organization has not yet been a victim of a data breach, it most likely will be at some point in time. Data breaches occur frequently and one of the more unsettling aspects of them is the timeframe it takes for an organization to...
How To Effectively Stage Your Home

How To Effectively Stage Your Home

Anyone who has gone through the experience of selling a home knows it is is not always an easy road. From the long nights scouring Zillow listings to see what you’re up against in your market, countless home showings and offers that may or may not come to fruition, the process can take a serious...
Medical Error: Third Leading Cause of Death

Medical Error: Third Leading Cause of Death

The number of annual deaths caused by medical error has grown over the past years, making it now the # 3 cause of death in America behind only cancer and heart disease. Negligent acts like missed diagnoses, wrong site surgeries, and incorrect drug prescriptions accounted for a staggering 251,000 deaths in America last year. While...
Veteran Olympians: Past & Present

Veteran Olympians: Past & Present

I’ve been in a bit of a funk this week and have finally been able to pinpoint the reason why – I miss the Olympics! Every four years I look forward to watching the events and find myself spending way too much time scouring the Internet for cool coverage of the athletes. The commitment and...
DC-Area Company Launches "Stay Cool" Challenge

DC-Area Company Launches “Stay Cool” Challenge

If you feel like you’ve been sweatier this summer than you’ve ever been in your life, you’re not alone. The heatwave that has swept the east coast has been agonizing. With multiple days over a hundred degrees fahrenheit with the heat index, it has been unpleasant to say the least. Challenge Details Michael & Son,...
3 Corporate Cinderella Stories

3 Corporate Cinderella Stories

When you think of the biggest U.S. companies you probably imagine huge offices, hundreds if not thousands of employees, and international recognition. However, beyond the prestige of an organization’s  success, many of the most well known brands originated from humble beginnings. Many of us today are familiar with the start-up success of Facebook, but often forget about the many...

Top 5 Places to Visit in the Nation’s Capital

With historic monuments, interesting museums, and beautiful waterfront views, Washington D.C. has endless sight-seeing opportunities. Whether you are a local or a tourist, it’s impossible to get bored in the Nation’s Capital. Here are the top 5 places you should visit in order to take advantage of all that D.C. has to offer. 1.The National Cathedral...
Tips for Staying Focused When You Work from Home

Tips for Staying Focused When You Work from Home

  Staying on task is difficult to begin with, let alone when you’re working from home. With so many distractions readily available, it can be hard to focus and accomplish your tasks. Small changes in your work schedule can make a big impact on your daily productivity and task management. Here are 3 tips for...
The Freelancer's Tax Guide for 2016

The Freelancer’s Tax Guide for 2016

Are you among the “fortunate” population of Americans who identify as freelancers? Does a typical workday include telecommuting from Starbucks in your favorite worn-out yoga pants? Then, you might just be the envy of all your nine–to–five neighbors…well, until April 15 anyway. Although a freelance lifestyle offers numerous advantages, tax season definitely isn’t one of...