LinkedIn San Francisco Office Tour

For the last couple of years, a skyscraper has been slowly rising at the corner of Second and Howard Street in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood. The entire building is being leased by LinkedIn, and everybody was calling it “The LinkedIn...
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3 Ways to Optimize Your Financial Website Content

After you have gotten through the content creation step of your inbound marketing strategy, you’ve got to optimize your financial website content. Without optimizing it for clicks and search engines, the exchange of a lead’s information for content can’t occur, and conversion opportunities disappear....
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5 Game-Changing Mistakes People Make Just Before They Retire

So you’ve got retirement in your crosshairs and even bought a five-year calendar so you can countdown the days left in your work life. You think the end can’t come soon enough; what could possibly go wrong, you wonder. Plenty....
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8 of the Weirdest Shark Tank Products That Got Investments

Whenever you watch an episode of Shark Tank, there always seems to be at least one product an entrepreneur pitches that makes you go: “Whaaa?” Every once in a while, one of these seemingly strange Shark Tank products will land an investment. Don’t...
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How to Use Facebook for Business: 13 Essential Tips

Facebook is constantly making changes to the design of the profiles — for businesses and individuals alike. They’ve made a few cool changes in the past few years, including adding call-to-action buttons to business pages and letting you record company milestones, like...
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Co-Signing Student Loans? Consider Life Insurance

What happens if you co-sign your child’s student loan and they are unable to pay? Private student loans do not have the same garnishment powers that federal student loans have, but the lender can still pursue you and even take...
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The 10 Most Expensive Luxury Hotels in the World

Ready for a vacation? How about in a luxury hotel? You may have to win the lottery before you can afford to stay at one of these properties, however, their photos are free to view! Have a look at your...
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How to Make Sure Your Emails Don’t Land in Your Prospects’ Spam Folders

What is the CAN-SPAM Act, and why do you care about it if you’re an insurance agency owner or marketer? The CAN-SPAM Act applies to all commercial messages (emails), defined as “any electronic mail message the primary purpose of which...
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5 Places to Give Your Finances a Spring Cleaning

The snow is melting. Flowers are blooming. Spring is here—and for many that means ridding their homes of the cobwebs and clutter that accumulated over the winter. Spring’s also a good time to give your finances a good scrubbing. A...
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What Americans Really Think About Tax Planning

When it comes to tax procrastination, the excuses flow as fast as the Mississippi: “My car hasn’t been cleaned in ages” or “I forgot to take the dog out” or that old standby “I need to wash my hair.” OK, maybe WalletHub’s...
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