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5 Social Media Tools Recommended By The Pros

With so much information available through a multitude of platforms made up of diverse — and frequently overlapping — groups of users, a lot of what makes social media great also makes it difficult to use in anything resembling an optimal fashion. Fortunately, there are quite a few tools developed precisely to address the most pressing issues pertaining to social media use, and the five social media tools that follow are among the most highly recommended among social media marketing professionals.

Calendly – Scheduling

Given the fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment in which social media marketing professionals must thrive on a consistent basis, a well-organized, immediately accessible, and easily updated calendar is an absolutely essential tool. Those of us who use Google Calendar tend to prefer a tool like Calendly, which syncs up with Google Calendar and features a host of functionalities necessary to keep pace in the ever-changing world of social media marketing.

Top 8 Tips For A Successful Website

According to an estimate, there are as many as 1 billion websites, and each minute 70 new domains are registered, and more than 500 websites are created. In this age, where we have such a large plethora of websites, how will you ensure that your website has a successful future? Because of the supremacy of online business, and the development of websites on daily basis, many people ask this question that how they can make their website successful.

How to Attract VC Funding To a Startup

Attract VC Funding
This guest post was written by Efraim Landa

Efraim Landa is the founder of Effi Enterprises, a VC firm that funds medical start ups all over the world.

You have to have money to make money, right? Not exactly. In fact, millions of people who’ve started their own businesses, many of them extremely successful have started their own businesses without a penny to their names. In some cases, all it takes is a good idea that an investor believes in to get a startup off the ground. In other cases, having a product or even just a prototype will get an investor interested enough to put their capital on the line. And when that VC funding comes in, it’s the start of a whole new business and a whole new life for many involved. If you’re lucky enough to be born into money, well, you’re already more than halfway to success. But if you’re like many others, you don’t have the cash for that startup, let alone the ability to risk it. After all, you can’t risk what you don’t have. And that’s where VC funding comes in. Venture capital is a means of obtaining substantial amounts of cash that you can use for that startup. After a solid business idea and/or product and the know-how and courage, venture capital is an important and viable means of funding your dreams.

Technology in the Classroom

This guest post was written by Shari Duddy

            Shari Duddy is an educator in New Jersey and a top elementary school teacher, as well as a special education teacher. Shari has helped to develop innovative special education curricula in order to reach students. In her spare time Shari likes to volunteer and is also a certified Yoga teacher.


Tech in the Classroom
Technology in the Classroom

No one can dispute that the development of high-tech devices has revolutionized life in the past decade or two. And nowhere is this transformation felt more completely than in the modern classroom. Students inNew Jerseyand throughout the country no longer have to rely only on printed materials or going to the library to retrieve the information they require to study and learn effectively. Tech gadgets are becoming the norm rather than the noteworthy exception that all other teachers and their classrooms point to as the precedent. Laptops, iPads, handheld mobile devices, and all manner of apps are being used to bring children more closely and fully into the remarkable world that surrounds them, enabling them to learn more effectively than ever before. But today technology is essential in the classroom not just for helping students to learn better, but also in helping them to express themselves better. Additionally, teachers are being expected to incorporate the many tech devices into all aspects of the classroom, and this means that they too must be schooled in using them. The simple fact is that when topNew Jerseyteachers use electronic equipment to help them teach, it stimulates interest, encourages expression, and even assimilates students better within their classrooms with every use.