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How People Make Over 1,000$ By Making Simple Mobile Games

Those simple “ball games” on Google Play Store can make pretty good ad revenue for you.

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Your Book Launch Will Be Cheaper If You Focus On Relevance

Anyone launching a new book on the market must advertise it. Many authors focus exclusively on quantity. The more people who see the…

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Why I Think You Have Potential

The “Positive Attack Ad” Challenge.

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Dr. Pepper worst marketing campaigns

That made people angry

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How To Calculate The Read-Through Rate Of Your Book Series

If you write a book series, you need to know this number to decide how much money you can invest in attracting a new reader.

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Volkswagen Precision Parking Ad

Volkswagen Advertisement Analysis

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Welcome The New YouTube Of 2020

Well, who doesn’t know YouTube? What started off as a video-sharing website where users could upload, share and view content has turned…

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Why And How I Am Changing My Strategy At The Kindle Store

For the last five years, my strategy for more book sales has been simple. I published a new book in one of my series, and the older books…

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International Advertising Agencies — Opportunities for Multilingual Freelance Creatives

Be part of a global network

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The Customer Is Rarely Right. But It’s Ok — It’s Better If They Think They Are.

Something revolutionary happened in 1909; a department store founder in London (Harry Gordon Selfridge) coined the term “The customer is…

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