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  • Date: 19 Nov, 2019
5 Ways how School Management Software Helps Students in Learning

Old are the days of school, where the classroom consists of blackboard, chalk piece, and duster. With few PowerPoint presentations, old structured lab experiments, so-called educational tours, and one-day educational visit all these were the only form of practical learning. School learning has become very fun these days but not extending the four walls and books. Technology has helped to fill in the gaps with the modern gadgets, mobile apps, along with brain-teaser games and so does the school management software.

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  • Date: 15 Nov, 2019
Career Opportunities Offered In Computer Programming Field

The computer programming field has emerged as a great area of innovation, research, and opportunity in the last 2-3 decades. This field has an endless number of career opportunities and is constantly growing. All organizations demand software engineers, programmers, and developers all across the world. If you are thinking about building a career in computer science then this is probably the best time to do it.

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  • Date: 14 Nov, 2019
3 Interview Assessment Fears and How to Overcome Them

There was a time when an interview was all a candidate needed to get through to be given the job. Today, however, it is far more likely a candidate will be required to go through an assessment process. This may consist of one or more pre-employment tests before being selected for interview.

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  • Date: 11 Nov, 2019
  • Category: Writing
The Secret of Content Marketing for Rookies

Content is the heart of marketing today. Whereas other forms of marketing mostly focus on the benefits of the products or services the company is selling, content is used to answer the needs of the customers, while altogether telling a brand’s story. Here are the basics.

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  • Date: 05 Nov, 2019
5 Tips for New Project Managers

Becoming a successful project manager is difficult but not impossible. All you need is skills and knowledge that range from being a tactical problem solver to reading the nuances of human behavior. If you’re just getting started as a project management professional, then the job is going to be very difficult! To help excel your way to a brilliant career, here are a few tips for new project managers.

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  • Date: 02 Oct, 2019
13 Ways to Boost Your Creative Thinking

When pursuing a creative career, you’re going to get a mental block every once in a while. Relax, it’s perfectly normal and even geniuses get it. Your creativity is not just your ability to think differently and depends on several factors such as mood, time of day, focus and even your health.

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  • Date: 30 Sep, 2019
Social Media Copywriting: Best Tips and Tricks

Researching, analyzing, or seeking tips on how to get more traffic to your social media sites? This can be tricky, as it is difficult for a novice to know how to begin. In fact, some people are so concerned as to why there is not more traffic going to their social media platforms that they may become dispirited.

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  • Date: 02 Sep, 2019
8 Important Reasons Why You Should Use WordPress for Your Educational Website

A good educational website is a dynamic website. That means a website that is easy to update and add new content to. Considering these, we'll talk about the benefits of WordPress content management system.

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  • Date: 29 Aug, 2019
  • Posted by: Emily Brown
  • Category: Study
How Brands Can Attract Back-to-School Shoppers

Let the new college year not take you by surprise. Here are tips on where to look for trends and who, where, and how to target. We mean, it's not only about students.

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  • Date: 15 Aug, 2019
Tips from 5 Top Marketers On Creating the Best Content

Nowadays, the Internet is flooded with all kinds of content. Articles, blog posts, ads, cheat sheets, eBooks, templates, videos. You name it. Yet, as we all know, the quality doesn’t necessarily follow quantity.

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