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How to Get Spring Break Ready Without Leaving Your House or Breaking Your Bank

Romwe: Bathing Suits Romwe is an online store that has the best and cheapest swimsuits you’ll find. All their suits are under $15, yet are good quality. However, my favorite thing about Romwe is the fact that all their suits are different and unique. You know everyone will have the same Target and Victoria’s Secret

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Is Vine Really Coming Back?!

  The answer is yes and no.  Since being acquired by Twitter in 2013 Vine wasn’t getting the funds it needed to stay afloat. After it’s release Vine quickly rose to the top of social media platforms. 6.5 second videos that could occupy you for hours; it had never been done before. However, Vine’s time

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Power of Social Media

In today’s day and age there is no denying the influence social media has over our every day lives. No matter what we do our phone is near by, and social media is a quick and easy distraction whether it be for entertainment, news or gossip. When I started working for MRN Contracting, one of

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Super Bizarre

With the Super Bowl quickly approaching, many look forward to the excitement of the sporting spectacle. Those who are not fully enthused by sports, however, might look forward to the plethora of witty commercials. Millions of dollars will be spent this year for air time on America’s most watched sporting event, giving weight to the

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Tide Pod Challenge

Do you remember back in 2015 when the internet collectively worked together to have fun and donate to a good cause at the same time? Through the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, a marriage of old and new media promoted a good cause and ultimately made a huge impact on research and awareness of ALS. Oh,

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How a website convinced me to buy a t-shirt: So Worth Loving

I first heard about So Worth Loving from a close friend as we were exploring Atlanta and went into Ponce City Market. She explained that the company sells t-shirts proclaiming self-worth. I thought that it was nice and cute so we decided to check out the tiny section they had in a market-like place called

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Social Media’s Impact on Travel Pt. 1

Scrolling through trending hashtags and posts, one would think Instagram was initially invented to share stunning photos of the most unbelievable places in the world. Travelers love posting about their adventures, and not just on Instagram, but Facebook, Twitter, and the rest. Social media has impacted travel not just during the trip, but also before and after. Facebook Facebook

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The Anti-Social Millenials

One of my colleges this week shared a video with discussing the future trends in 2018. The video points out many new trends, but I noticed a theme that many of these trends emphasizes people becoming more and more unsocial. Then, in class we were discussing how Amazon has acquired Whole Foods. We discussed what

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Digital Marketing & Music Business: Taylor Swift

As a Music Business student, one of the main artists you hear about when discussing the business is Taylor Swift’s. Whether you love or hate Taylor Swift’s music, it is hard to deny her power in the industry as she is a leader in so many ways. Her album 1989 broke records for how many

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Music and Marketing

As a marketing major pursuing a digital marketing area of emphasis and a music business certificate, thinking and learning about music, marketing, and how they intertwine has been taking up a large portion of my time, and understandably so.  In particular, how technology has shaped these things, and everything else, and how technology will continue

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