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Social Media Marketing for Online Business in 2021: Roadmap to Success

Posted By Webnus on Blogging

https://webnus.net - With over 4 billion people on social media, social media marketing has become an important marketing strategy for businesses to get traffic, customer attractions and ultimately boost sales.  Sounds interesting, right? Yes, it is. Social media has the caliber to grow your business.  Fast forward to the present time; the world has become a global village and more connected than it was ever before. Today, marketers use social media to establish strong connections with customers and gain maximum exposure for any brand. Social media tools are not only about likes and shares; you can do much more with that, like run paid advertisement campaigns, publish engaging content, establish relations with customers, and much more. As per Statista, you can see Facebook dominates the social media market. T

How To Write Meta Tags Correctly: Manual and Automatic Ways for WordPress

Posted By dragonblogger on Technology

https://www.dragonblogger.com - Google or Bing’s search results are curated from relevant keywords users input in their search tab. These search engines possess internet crawlers that scan through the entire content of multiple internet pages to provide the best results for a user’s query. Web crawlers realize a web site’s content through the meta tags on the page’s ...
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Window To History by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

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Window To HistoryViewing the historical buildings of the South County museum through the windows of the Canonchet Estate Stable Ruins. Narragansett, Rhode Island




Living in Rhode Island, there are ample views into history. We live in the cradle of the birth of a nation. Visual metaphors of history are so ubiquitous that they are often taken for granted. We cannot afford to take this rich history for granted.

Having two boys in our household gives us a greater appreciation for that history. They are thirsty to learn, and we are anxious for them to learn. On this day, we combined some hiking by the salt marshes with our son's desire to learn blacksmithing. That led us to the South County Museum.

I could not help wandering into the Canonchet Estate Stable.

Fishing Vessel Alongside Pier by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

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Bow View Alongside PierF/V Heather Lynn at the pier in Galilee




Walking down a pier, a certain respect for a vessel comes over me. I like to observe the lines of the vessel. I assess the condition of the vessel out of reflex. Thoughts of the maintenance, types of power, the thickness of the plate all come to mind. A marine surveyor brought me up (and I became one myself) after all. The automatic analysis never left me.

That marine surveyor-like analysis taught me one thing years later. That is, that there are certain owners who love their vessels. The respect for these vessels shows every time. I try to treat the observance of the vessels with the same respect.

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You Don’t Have to Be Cheap (Or Even Frugal) to Make Good Money Decisions

Posted By wealthtender on Finance

https://wealthtender.com - After years of writing about personal finance, I can confirm something important. Many people strongly resist ‘frugality’, and some of them have very good reasons. One thing I’ve noticed is that if you grew up middle-class and secure, frugality can seem attractive and fun. If you grew up poor and deprived, frugality can be triggering […]
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Swiss Homage In Westerly, Rhode Island by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

https://www.madefromrigallery.com - No, these photos are not displaying preparation to ascend Santis. These images are from the Ocean House on Watch Hill here in Rhode Island.

There is cross purposing for these Rhode Island Swiss images. I have a post-pandemic invitation to show some of my work in Basel, Switzerland. My photographic work coupled with my late grandfather's artwork from years past. My grandfather is a native son of Switzerland, born outside Basel in Bubendorf. He emigrated to the United States, Rhode Island, in 1900. For many years, my grandfather was a lithographer, general artist, engrosser, and calligrapher.

By the by, if you ever find yourself in the position of taking a gondola ride to the top of Santis, do so. The view is spectacular. In the same vein, if you ever find yourself in a position of ha

Snow Flows To Sea by Keith R Wahl, Made From RI Gallery

Posted By MadeFromRI on Photography

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Snow Flows To SeaThe snow on the rocks shapes itself as if water were flowing off the rocks to the water. At Black Point, Narragansett, Rhode Island.




Observing the snow on the rocks points to the natural ebb and flow of the shore. In studying the snow, it appears as graceful flowing water. In a sense, it is.

While the tide is out at this moment in time when the tide comes in and there is a storm, water drums in on these rocks. Over time, the receding waves have worn these rocks as the water seeks its natural level.

The snow has acted as a natural paintbrush to highlight the wave action. The ice shows the natural pools that form. This freezes the scene in place as the dynamic of the clouds move above and the waves below.

Soon, winter will recede as the water has.

$50,000 Per Year Is How Much An Hour? – [Your Guide To Hourly Salary]

Posted By theradicalfire on Finance

https://radicalfire.com - Earning $50,000 a year seems to be a lot of money. But is this enough? Do you know $50,000 per year is how much an hour? Dig more into the article to find out! When looking for a job or a side hustle, it’s not always about your total salary. It’s great to know the ... Read more

Linux VPS vs Windows Hosting VPS: Best VPS OS Compared

Posted By RouterHosting on Technology

https://www.routerhosting.com - When it comes to selecting a good VPS hosting service, the operating system is one of the most crucial factors. You may wonder whether to use Linux hosting or Windows hosting. Therefore, we’ll discuss Linux vs Windows hosting services in this article.   Linux vs Windows VPS – Which One Is Better? Thinking about making … Linux VPS vs Windows Hosting VPS: Best VPS OS Compared Read More »