5 Things You Need To Know Before Selling On Amazon

Selling on Amazon can be a great way to earn an income. Shopping online is continually growing in popularity and Amazon is the king of online market places. Starting out as a brand new Amazon seller can also be a little intimidating when you aren’t sure where to begin. There’s a lot you need to know and feeling overwhelmed by it all is completely normal. While there are a lot of tips out there for selling on Amazon not all of those tips are geared towards beginners and first-time sellers. If yo

5 Design Ideas You Can Use To Make Your Commercial Office More Comfortable

If you’re not comfortable while you’re working you’re going to be constantly distracted. If you realize that every employee is constantly distracted trying to be comfortable as well you start to see how being uncomfortable at work is a huge problem. The good news is there are a lot of ways you can make your office building more comfortable.

5 Reasons You Need To Look Into A Digital Marketing Agency

Digital marketing is something you can’t consider an “extra” for your business anymore. Customers expect businesses to have an online presence in at least a few forms. You don’t have to be on every social media platform out there but having a digital marketing plan is essential to the continued success of your business. It’s tempting to think you can handle digital marketing yourself. On the surface, it looks pretty easy. You might even try to tackle it yourself for a while just because it’s ha

5 Resources You Need To Know About When Cleaning Your House

5 Resources You Need To Know About When Cleaning Your House Sometimes keeping up with cleaning your home can be a little exhausting. Life gets busy and there are a lot of things to accomplish in one day. It’s normal for cleaning your house to slip down the list of priorities when you’re especially busy. Even with the best of intentions, there are just times where having a few extra resources would be extremely helpful. When you’re cleaning your house, it’s not always the first thing that comes

Why Hardscaping Is Trending In 2019

Get up to speed with the latest in outdoor remodeling by learning what hardscaping is and all the rave about it. You might even find brilliant tips and ideas that'll turn your front yard and backyard look even more amazing. Hardscaping has seen a huge surge in popularity this year. Hardscape trends have had a dramatic increase in Google searches, especially as warmer weather comes around. People are looking for new ways to make their lawns and outdoor living spaces look amazing and hardscap

Super Mom: 20 Foods Busy Parents Can Eat With Just One Hand

Let's face it—moms are always on the go and usually subsist on the leftovers of whatever their kid refused to eat that day. "Mom! You didn't cut the crust off!" Oh, kids... we love them, but they really can be the pickiest eaters in the world.  Imagine the meltdown if even a sliver of an olive touched their slice of pizza. In fact, that's probably how the apocalypse is brought on. Toddlers banding together to revolt against broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and canned green beans. Kids should definite

6 'Kid-Friendly' Products That Were Horrifying And Insane

Important institutions and billion-dollar companies are too chicken to make a five-year-old their vice president of marketing, so it's up to boring, suited adults. Obviously they miss their marks on occasion, since they're driven by profits instead of childlike wonderment. But sometimes they miss a mark so badly that they win up traumatizing a whole generation. Like how ... Danish Zoos Cut Up Dead Animals In Front Of Toddlers In 2015, roughly 400 children gathered around the corpse of a euthan

Cutthroat Kitchen: 20 Times Food Shows Were Brutal In The Most Hilarious Ways

Food Shows across the country and even internationally draw viewers from hardcore foodies to those of us just looking to root for our favorite contestant. We tune in for game show style entertainment, and we tune in to see Snoop Dogg cook brownies with Martha Stewart. Hey, the more absurd the pairing the better. We aren't going to argue with that theory. Sometimes the best parts of these shows are the brutally honest (or just plain mean) remarks from the judges, hosts, and contestants alike. Hon

5 Real Places With Stories Scarier Than Any Horror Movie

Sensible people know there are no such things as haunted houses. But there are seemingly innocent places that will provide visitors with more willies per square inch than any ghost-infested mansion. Supernatural scares can't even hope to compare with what living human beings are capable of. Just look at how ... Magisterial plantations are popular tourist destinations across the South, because while they were built on the backs of slaves, they also serve delicious mint juleps at destination wedd

Fact Check: Was Betsy DeVos’ Special Olympics Budget Cut Really “Misrepresented” In The Media?

A hot topic online and off this week has been the proposed budget presented by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, which proposed cutting all federal funding to the Special Olympics program. Cutting the federal funding for such a prominent and highly supported program for children and adults with special needs obviously brought about quick and harsh backlash in the media, and on social media. Cries far and wide defending the children and adults benefiting from the program shamed Betsy DeVos for

Columbine: 20 Years Later, We’re Still Getting It All Wrong

The 20th of April will mark the 20th anniversary of the school shooting that shocked an entire nation. Students of the Littleton, Colorado school running to safety with their hands in the air played out on the news live, and then over and over as the story spread. The rumor mill seemed to be in overdrive at first, as no one could really believe two young boys had gone into their school and opened fire on their fellow students. We didn’t have the terminology yet. We didn’t have the protocols in p

Tit For Tat Politics Only Hurt Us More

We’ve had a lot of examples lately of the right and the left going after each other in perceived victories for each side. Jussie Smollett’s case seemed to be something the right could hold in the faces of the left. “Haha, this hate crime was a hoax, see!” The left then fired back with similar retorts when Jacob Wohl was accused of filing false reports with the Minneapolis Police Department about terrorist threats he’d received while filming in the city. Extremists on both sides felt justified wh

The Mueller Report And Impeachment

By now it’s all over headlines that Robert Mueller has handed in his final report, signaling the end of the investigation into Trump’s campaign ties with Russia. Understandably people are riled up on both sides of the party lines. Trump supporters are already insisting there’s not going to be anything to find, while The Resistance crowd is gleefully tweeting about hoping to hear impeachment proceedings are beginning. It’s understandable to desperately want a president you dislike to be removed f

Moving Journalism Forward

I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about how little journalism has changed since its inception. Articles are written, the news is conveyed, and we move on to the next assignment. There’s very little we do differently right now, although the tools for how we convey news have raced ahead at the speed of light. Publishing news online can feel like we’re keeping up with the demand for change but in reality, this just isn’t enough anymore. Many fields have advanced with the new technology avai

“Make America Straight Again” Conference Sparks Controversy About Censorship

On June 14-17th in the Orlando area, there is a conference planned entitled “Make America Straight Again.” Revival Baptist Church’s Paster Patrick Boyle has been announcing and promoting the event on social media platforms, including YouTube. Boyle is not at all hesitant to be open about the conference’s point and agenda and as he has stated in his announcement video on YouTube. Boyle continues on with announcing various pastors who will be in attendance and giving sermons on the topics. This
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