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Covid-19 Email Marketing US Consumer Sentiment Survey

emailexpert recently ran a US consumer sentiment surveys around the general feeling towards email marketing in the current Covid-19 climate. “Do you feel brands have sent you too many Coronavirus/Covid-19 related emails?” was the questions posed .

Will Coronavirus Break the Internet

Peak usage is now the norm, but can our Internet handle this surge? ComputerScienceZone explains how to stay smoothly connected under the pandemic. Are you using the Internet wisely?

How To Practice Social Distancing Without Feeling Isolated

Around half of American adults feel lonely some or all of the time. How are you keeping busy under quarantine? In this infographic, EduRef explains the best ways to practice social distancing without feeling isolated.

Healthy Eating Under Quarantine

Did you know that 40% of food is wasted every year? Are you choosing your food wisely? In the following infographic, BodyNutrition explains how you can practice healthy eating habits under quarantine.

Remote Work in the Coronavirus Economy

Thanks to the rapid spread of COVID-19 people have started working remotely out of necessity, as more states order shelter-in-place protocols to fight the spread.

Surviving Mercury Retrograde with Crystals

Surviving Mercury Retrograde with Crystals

Mercury Retrograde is defined as a three week period in which the planet Mercury appears to be moving in a backwards motion. During this time, many people experience a range of adverse effects, such as memory loss, loss of time, loss of items, and loss of common sense. Use this time to finish processing any unresolved things that are lingering so that you can move on and let go.

7 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

7 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

Here are some suggestions for choosing a personal injury lawyer that is right for your case. Not every lawyer is right for every case. Finding the best fit for you can impact your settlement compensation as well as reducing worry about the case. This infographic outlines important inquiries to consider while interviewing an attorney for a personal injury case.

What Are Newborn Stages is Newborn Photography Safe?

What Are Newborn Stages is Newborn Photography Safe?

The first years in a kid’s life are special and parents tend to cherish those the most. There are 4 baby stages and each one it has its characteristics. Regarding the question is newborn photography safe, there are many things which should be checked before doing the photo session. This question is one question that some photography clients sometimes ask and the answer is yes.

7 Top Interior Design Trends for 2020

7 Top Interior Design Trends for 2020

If your interior design feels a little outdated, freshen things up with a home makeover, whether that means putting new throw pillows on your sofa or remodeling your master bedroom. Regardless of the scope of your project, incorporate one (or more) of these top design trends for 2020, all compiled in an infographic by Stoneside Blinds & Shades.

How Much is Too Much Screen Time?

How Much is Too Much Screen Time?

Kids are at home a lot more and most likely on their devices more during this time of social distancing. It’s good to still put limits on screen time and know the difference between high and low-quality media usage. Here are some helpful guidelines to follow in regards to screen time.

How To Repair The Famous Basements Of Movies And TV

How To Repair The Famous Basements Of Movies And TV

It’s not all horror films and killing sprees. Basements have played a role in the classic adventure comedy The Goonies. There have been basement scenes that reveal information about the characters, like in John Wick. In That 70s Show, the basement hang-out spot is where most of the activity happens. And of course, the Wheeler basement in Stranger Things has been the site of many important plot developments.

4 Key Steps to Move Training Online

4 Key Steps to Move Training Online

Companies are hastening the move to online training and development. In-person workshops that were never up for debate, are now being taken online. If your in-person training has been sidelined, here are four steps to quickly move your in-person training to an online experience – with similar, if not better, results.

Will Coronavirus Break the Internet

Will Coronavirus Break the Internet

Peak usage is now the norm, but can our Internet handle this surge? ComputerScienceZone explains how to stay smoothly connected under the pandemic. Are you using the Internet wisely? [Click here for full size version]

The State of e-Commerce Infrastructure in 2019

The State of e-Commerce Infrastructure in 2019

Webscale conducted a survey of 450+ e-commerce professionals to analyze how their businesses planned for and fared during the 2019 holiday season, in terms of revenues, growth, page load speeds, downtime, and cybersecurity. The survey also investigated how they felt about their current hosting infrastructure, top challenges, and infrastructure solutions they would like to invest in.

The Scariest Basements in Movies & TV

The Scariest Basements in Movies & TV

In horror films and TV shows, we’ve seen how basements have been the location of some truly scream-worthy scenes. We’ve watched as people use their basements for horrible things. Sometimes the basement itself is evil. Other times, the basement has a paranormal problem like a portal to another world. In the real world, the scariest thing in your basement is probably unresolved foundation problems. However, in movies and on television, we’re usually scared of something else.