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    1. 5 Ways to Effectively Utilize Marketing Collaborations

      5 Ways to Effectively Utilize Marketing Collaborations

      Collaborations are one of the most effective ways to boost your marketing activities. Most companies and startups know this and invest significant resources into collaboration activities. When they first hear about collaborations, many people immediately think about influencer marketing campaigns. They think about celebrities sharing products on Instagram and athletes endorsing sports brands.

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      Mentions: Branding
    2. How To Hire The Right Team During A Market Downturn

      How To Hire The Right Team During A Market Downturn

      Hiring and retaining quality teams is one of a company's most pressing issues today. According to a study tracking 17,000 workers, Millennials are the largest group facing layoffs due to the market downturn, while Gen Z leads the movement in the Great Resignation. For companies that retain their staff, employee engagement remains a longstanding issue that demands a solution, with only 34% of employees feeling engaged at work.

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      Mentions: America
    3. These Are the 10 Cheapest States to Buy a House in 2022, According to a New Report

      These Are the 10 Cheapest States to Buy a House in 2022, According to a New Report

      The housing market varies from state to state, and between prioritizing location, calculating taxes, and paying utilities, it can be difficult to discern which cities truly have the most affordable homes.

      Mortgage lender site Homebuyer.com recently published a new report on the 10 cheapest states to buy a home by tallying median home prices, household income, and estimated monthly mortgage payments.

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    4. Severance Pay: All You Need to Know about Severance Package

      Severance Pay: All You Need to Know about Severance Package

      Due How many of you acknowledge that it is legal for you to negotiate compensation and benefits after you leave an employer? Some job seekers may understand how to negotiate compensation and benefits when they are employed, but they may be unaware that they may do so after they leave an employer. Most firms provide a severance agreement outlining the financial terms of the employee's departure from the organization.

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    5. Hiring? Here's How to Ensure You're Offering Benefits Top Talent is Looking For

      Hiring? Here's How to Ensure You're Offering Benefits Top Talent is Looking For

      When I talk to small and midsize business owners about their recruit-retain challenges, I often think of an adage you've probably heard.

      If a tree falls in the forest and there's no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?

      How does that apply to benefits? Well, if you're offering benefits that don't resonate with employees, will those benefits help you attract and retain employees?

      The answer, of course, is no.

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      Mentions: Des Moines
    6. Developing a Customer Relationship with Longevity

      Developing a Customer Relationship with Longevity

      host and 's Small Business Expert, Emily Washcovick, shares a look at this week's episode of the podcast.

      Expensive purchases—like an engagement ring—can sometimes seem like a one-and-done transaction. But Robbins Brothers, a jeweler specializing in engagement and wedding rings, sees it differently. They are coming along for the ride with you and your future spouse, making sure you get exactly the rings you both want.

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      Mentions: San Diego Charlotte
    7. Game, Set, Match: The Art of Negotiating

      Game, Set, Match: The Art of Negotiating

      Do you have what it takes to negotiate?

      March into the boardroom, look the other party in the eye, table your demands and see who scores a point after each rally. Game, set, match — right?

      That's the question professionals, senior leaders and C-suite executives take to the negotiation table. We are told to ask the five "W's" (who, what, when, where, why) and "how" questions to avoid "yes" or "no" responses.

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    8. Young Workers Are Not Saving For Retirement, According to a New Report

      Young Workers Are Not Saving For Retirement, According to a New Report

      The pandemic twisted day-to-day life inside out, shifting our habits, routines, social norms, and, of course, spending. This, coupled with historically high inflation, has prompted many Americans to dip into their nest eggs and savings to get by. But one demographic has put off saving the future entirely.

      A survey by Fidelity found that 45% of workers between the ages of 18 and 35 "don't see a point in saving for their future until things return to normal," according to USA Today.

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    9. Bill Gates Intends to Stop Being One of the World's Richest People

      Bill Gates Intends to Stop Being One of the World's Richest People

      Microsoft Founder has long been a proponent of philanthropy. But the billionaire's latest pledge is so high that it will remove him from the list of the world's richest people.

      On Wednesday, Gates took to Twitter to announce that by 2026, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation would up its spending from $6 billion to $9 billion annually. Gates also made a donation of $20 billion to the fund's endowment.

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    10. Mapping Out Your Social Media Strategy With Yelp's Lara Betthauser

      Mapping Out Your Social Media Strategy With Yelp's Lara Betthauser

      host and 's Small Business Expert, Emily Washcovick, shares a look at this week's episode of the podcast.

      There's no question that it's difficult to run a business and a full calendar, especially as the rules of social media engagement are constantly evolving. Even with the best intentions and plans in mind, sometimes social media posting and tracking falls by the wayside.

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    11. New Reports Suggest Home Prices Could Begin Dropping Soon

      New Reports Suggest Home Prices Could Begin Dropping Soon

      Home prices rose by 20.6% year-over-year in March of 2022, marking the largest increase in the 30 years of record-keeping, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies tabulations of CoStar and CoreLogic Case-Shiller Home Price Indices data.

      Rent prices have also skyrocketed, further widening the wealth gap between owners and renters in America, and making homeownership out of reach for nearly four million Americans in the past year.

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      Mentions: America Harvard
    12. The Labor Shortage Is Only Getting Worse. What's Causing It and How Can I Avoid Losing Staff?

      The Labor Shortage Is Only Getting Worse. What's Causing It and How Can I Avoid Losing Staff?

      Most people thought that "The Great Resignation" and the would be a temporary issue. But not only has the situation not recovered, it is getting worse.

      Although 428,000 jobs were added in May 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, participation in the labor force declined to 62.2% in April and 363,000 left the workforce, worsening the worker shortage crisis.

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    13. 7 Key Takeaways From Elon Musk's Twitter Town Hall: 'If They're Not Getting Useful Things Done...Why Are They At the Company?'

      7 Key Takeaways From Elon Musk's Twitter Town Hall: 'If They're Not Getting Useful Things Done...Why Are They At the Company?'

      Since 's bid to acquire for nearly $44 billion in April, the billionaire has yet to directly speak to the company's employees — until now.

      Musk, who is the majority shareholder of Twitter, owning roughly 10% of Twitter's total shares, spoke in a moderated, virtual town hall meeting with Twitter's employees on Thursday. The meeting lasted one hour.

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