Month: April 2019

selling online

Why Product Brands Sold Online Should No Longer Ignore MAP Policies

Product brands that sell their items online should pay more attention to how they implement a minimum advertised price policy, especially now that e-commerce sales are slowly surpassing in-store transactions. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported that online retailers sold more items in February. This marked the first time that general merchandisers, including department stores, …

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It’s Really Not That Hard: Starting an Online Dating Convo

After carefully selecting the most perfect photos for your online dating profile on that matchmaking app and writing the best self-description you can make on your “About Me” section, you know what immediately comes after: you need to make connections. You see a few messages on your inbox (a good confidence boost), so you know …

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Social Media Bias Against Conservatives Is Real

Just this week, Twitter banned the account of the pro-life movie Unplanned. Conservative users were up-in-arms and demanded an explanation from Twitter head Jack Dorsey. The Unplanned account has since been reinstated, but some Twitter users have found that they were prevented for following the account. This bias against Conservatives is not limited to Twitter …

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