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This Group Helps Fight Devastating Diseases The World Ignores

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This article is part HuffPost’s Project Zero campaign, a yearlong series on neglected tropical diseases and efforts to eliminate them. This group is developing drugs to treat diseases that are too often left behind. The Drugs For Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi) develops treatments for neglected tropical diseases ― a group of at least 18 diseases, such as elephantiasis and river blindness, which affect more than 1 billion people but are largely unknown and under-resourced since they mainly impact poor communities.  “They’re diseases that nobody has ever heard of, that are difficult to pronounce, that do not make headlines,” DNDi’s Rachel Cohen says in the […]

This Week in Content Marketing: What Does Fake News Mean for Content Marketing?

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This week, the guys discuss the potential makings of a content marketing mega-agency and explore new podcasting trends. They also look at what’s boosting paid news subscriptions, rants, raves and an example of the week from Butterball. Continue reading → The post This Week in Content Marketing: What Does Fake News Mean for Content Marketing? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Social Media – Content Marketing Institute

This Is The Kind Of President Donald Trump Is Replacing

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WASHINGTON ― On Aug. 5, 2015, when President Barack Obama was making the case for the Iran nuclear deal, he journeyed uptown to American University, where decades earlier John F. Kennedy had delivered a famous address on peace and the future of nuclear negotiations with the Soviet Union. Hoping to bathe himself in some of the glow of JFK, Obama framed the deal as another critical step forward in the march toward world peace. In 1963, Kennedy had offered the same sense of hope. “Some say that it is useless to speak of world peace or world law or world […]

This Week in Content Marketing: Google Lays Down Pop-Over Punishment

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The guys explore Google’s punitive stance on ad units that visually obscure content, the future of “bad advertising,” and the value proposition of YouTube’s new Backstage experience – plus rants, raves, and our example of the week. Continue reading → The post This Week in Content Marketing: Google Lays Down Pop-Over Punishment appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. SEO – Content Marketing Institute

6 Tech Bloggers Reveal What They Really Want This Holiday Season

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From virtual reality goggles to self-driving cars, technological advances continue to transform the stuff of science fiction into a reality. Which means as a gift-giver, if your computer skills are basic at best, keeping up with your gadget-lovers wish list can be somewhat of a challenge. The key to buying the perfect present for the tech-obsessed man, woman or child in your life is all about playing to his or her unique passions. If you’re looking for a little inspiration to kick-start your shopping spree, you’re in luck. We partnered with eBay, and consulted with top tech bloggers to round […]

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