The Cost of SEO: Bring It In-House or Use An Agency?

Digital Third Coast has created the following guide to help marketers everywhere understand the costs and capabilities of agencies versus in-house teams.

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The Cost of Coffee And Other Creature Comforts

If you just think a little, and make a short list of things, small things, you buy daily, and then calculate how much money you actually spend every year, on things that you don’t even notice, you’ll be surprised.
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Pet Shelters Need Your Support

Have you ever wondered how many pets are rescued and re-homed each year? Pet relocation firm PBS Pet Travel has put together the following infographic, which reveals the shocking pet re-homing statistics you might not know.
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Old is the New Young: Adaptions for Athletic Performance with Age

We’re all aging. However, thanks to technology and tons of expensive research, staying fit into our golden years and beyond isn’t something left up to chance anymore.
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Why Argentina is the Ultimate Destination for Wine Lovers

If you’ve been thinking of planning a dream getaway wine tour, there is no doubt that Argentina should be at the top of your list. Check out the gifographic to see more reasons why Argentina is the ultimate destination for wine lovers.
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What Affects Your Internet Speed

Those who are tired of dealing with slow Internet speeds will find solace in this infographic which offers ten main speed factors, in a visually appealing and simple way. Learn about how Ethernet is capable of faster speeds, how the best hardware will result in the best speeds, how spyware can slow you down, and about how your router technology and router location impact your connection.

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Buy Online Business: Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition

Many of those who typically would be doing their own start-up have come to understand the benefits of buying an online business. It is important to look at how this trend is progressing through varying professionals, cities, and universities. Quiet Light Brokerage has created this infographic which looks at entrepreneurial activity through acquisitions of online businesses.

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Is Acrylamide in Coffee a Concern?

Acrylamide is a chemical that is the result of the reaction when food is heated. The odorless chemical is associated with negative health effects. Acrylamide is found in many foods, and coffee also contains it. It can also be found in occupational settings. High-level exposure in these settings has neurotoxic effects on humans. This infographic answers the question to whether acrylamide in coffee should be a concern to us or not.

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Expert Tips for the Perfect Cheese Board

Britain spends almost £3 million a year on cheese. That’s a lot of cheese. So, it’s no wonder that so many of us enjoy a cheese board before or instead of dessert. But what’s the difference between a cheese board and a cheese platter? Do you need a charcuterie? How should it be served and what with? Crackers? Olives? Bread? The Daffodil Hotel has put together a simple guide.

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Road-trip Gems You Never Knew Existed

Road trips are excellent for getting out to explore new places and spending quality time with loved ones. One way to enhance your road trip experience is by visiting the hidden gems which are not quite as crowded. Reservation Counter has created a list of these more exclusive locations all over the states.

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Top Bachelor and Bachelorette Party Destinations

Four Loko surveyed 1,000 people, ages 21 to 70, about their destination bachelor and bachelorette parties. Of the people we surveyed, 78 percent of bachelors and 67 percent of bachelorettes said their party was more fun than the wedding. The goal was to find the top travel destinations for bachelor and bachelorette parties as well as finding out the top agendas for these events.

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7 Dirty Google Secrets You Won’t Be Aware Of

You’re probably influenced by the big search engine giant in some way or the other and of course, you have used Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive or something else from the Google’s suite of “free” services. Here’s a fact that might be difficult for you to digest: Google makes money by collecting your data and selling it to advertisers, who in turn use it to create better products and target them to you.

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Wine Drinker’s Guide: Temperatures for Serving

Wine can be served at a wide range of temperatures, which are based on exactly what kind of wine it is. You can do some taste testing on your own if you’ve never tried red wine that was way too cold or white wine that should have been served chilled but wasn’t. It throws the balance of the flavor way off and takes something important away from the whole experience.

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How To Buy a Crib

Selecting products for babies can be a very trying and confusing process. Sometimes the information out there can be overwhelming and confusing. The LuvMiHome Best Baby Crib Guide condenses below all the information for you in one place about how to buy the safest crib for 2017.

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The Resurgence of American Whiskey

Whiskey is one of America’s oldest beverages, brought to the United States by early Irish settlers and distilled even by George Washington himself. In fact, in 1799 when Washington died he was the owner of the largest distillery in America (which measured a whopping 75x30ft). With so much history, why did whiskey go in and out of fashion for the last 200 years, and why is it coming back into the spotlight now?

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The Curly Hair Main Event: You vs. Frizz

Some women with naturally curly hair are always fighting with frizz. Whatever they do, the frizz may return. The following infographic will show you the ways to enjoy more frizz-free days if you turn to curly hair products.

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14 Defunct Car Brands and How They Failed

For many people, car makers have become household brands. Pontiac, Packard, Oldsmobile, Mercury – these are some names that almost anyone over the age of 15 would recognize. But they’re also car makers who have gone out of business. The American love affair with the automobile is filled with smooth roads and high octane – but it isn’t without its fair share of potholes either.

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Differences Between Manual & Automatic Screen Printing

In case your are searching for custom prints done for your order, you need to know what the difference is between a manual screen printing process and automatic screen printing for any items including, of course, t shirt printing. This infographic looks at this in more detail.

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Top 10 Car Technologies Likely To Be Common By 2020

This infographic from Recondition Engines is a perfect view of what technology in cars is coming next. It seems that eventually cars will handle the person sitting inside instead of the person handling them. Let’s have a look on the top 10, mot predicted advancements and technologies coming by 2020.

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How a Neighborhood Holds Property Value

One of the biggest factors that determine whether a property will rise or fall in value is its neighborhood. If the neighborhood is situated near workplaces and has many amenities, then you can expect great value. Intrigued? To help you understand, here's an...

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Spring Clean Like A Pro

Tis the season! Spring cleaning may never become painless, but you can make the task more efficient – like a pro. Unused clothing stored in closets, baskets of neglected toys, stubborn water stains in the bathroom sink, and even expired cosmetics are just a few of the things that can clutter your home. This infographic from Microfiber Wholesale gives you basic guidelines for de-cluttering your home, and pro advice for tackling room-by-room cleaning.

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6 Effective SEO Secrets

SEO is constantly changing because major search engines also update their algorithm causing your ranking to shift from time to time. There are few SEO secrets you can use, though, to keep you afloat in this highly competitive marketplace. Check this infographic presented by SEO National.

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The Cost of SEO: Bring It In-House or Use An Agency?

In the last 15 years, digital marketing and SEO have gone from obscure to recommended to mission critical. As businesses have learned this, an important debate has begun—do you hire full-time digital/SEO people, or do you outsource to an agency? Digital Third Coast has created the following guide to help marketers everywhere understand the costs and capabilities of agencies versus in-house teams.

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Are Eggs Good or Bad for You?

With so much conflicting information on eggs, it’s difficult to know whether eggs are healthy for us. It has been doctrine for many years that eating cholesterol which eggs are full of, increases our risk of heart disease. Advocates of low-fat consumption also try to deter us from eating eggs. However, there is new research that contradicts the previous understanding of dietary cholesterol and fat on our health.

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