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The Keys to Epic Social Media Engagement on Facebook, Instagram

It doesn’t get much better than a moment of delight on social media. We love the brands who deliver these moments to customers (as customers of some of these brands, we particularly love when it happens to us). And we aim to deliver delight on a regular basis when we interact with Buffer customers online, …

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Epic animal stand-off wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019

This dramatic picture was won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 prize (Picture: Yongqing Bao/PA) An intense ‘battle for survival’ moment between a Tibetan fox and a marmot has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The winning action shot, titled The Moment, which captures a dramatic stand-off between predator and prey in …

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What is Email Automation? 30+ Automated Emails and Tips for Epic Results

Automated emails have become an essential part of any effective marketing campaign. Thanks to them, you can reach your audience exactly when they need it, and when they are most likely to convert. The good news is that you don’t need a big marketing budget or an overly complex marketing automation software to take advantage …

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Fortnite Chapter 2 hype builds as Epic shuts it down

Developer Epic Games is using a classic strategy to build up excitement for Fortnite Chapter 2. The studio is hoping that the absence of its free-to-play battle royale shooter will make players’ hearts grow fonder. And it seems like it’s working. Fans are engaging with the mystery of why they cannot play Fortnite. It is …

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The most epic product fails in the history of American business

Launching a new product is no easy feat — even major companies have unexpected flops. Less than 3% of new consumer packaged goods exceed first-year sales of $50 million, according to Joan Schneider and Julie Hall, coauthors of “The New Launch Plan.”  Microsoft’s Zune failed to compete with the iPod, Cosmopolitan magazine couldn’t break into …

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