MailChimp vs. Constant Contact

How does email automation differ from simply sending mails? Well, in a way that these automated emails are strongly relevant to the reader, personalized, sent at the right time and thus have a much bigger chances of being opened and clicked. This of course drives more visits as well as revenues for your business. The content of your emails depends on your contact’s and social data, interests, interactions and finally, your creativity. And all of this wouldn’t be possible without the right tools. There are plenty of email automation solutions on today’s market, but we can certainly say the two most used are definitely MailChimp and Constant Contact.  With more than a decade of being around they’ve got enoug
h time to analyze, mature and refine. Let’s see which one comes out as a favorite in InsiderHub’s brand-new infographic.

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Am I Really Getting Free Stuff?

There are many sites now in the UK and the USA that offer freebies, and we have come across an infographic to advise you if you are actually getting free stuff, or if it is just a scam. This free stuff site, have done there research, like many other freebie sites as most do not offer genuine freebies, there always seem to be a catch.

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Interview Preparation – The Decisive Factor

If you’ve got a job interview then be sure to read this infographic. It turns out that success is all about old fashioned hard work, not confidence and charisma as some people would have you believe.

The five tips below from Acuity Training will make sure that you show yourself in a good light at your next interview. The tip about following up within 24 hours of your interview is also great. Again it might seem like it won’t make any difference but the research says otherwise!

 

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The Truth About Factory Farms [infographic]

Eating meat is delicious, it brings people together and according to our government it is also healthy. Dog fighting is also fun, it brings people together, and what is unhealthy about it? Nothing is, except for the dog. Why do we care so much more about dogs than we do about a pig, cow or chicken on a factory farm? If your child had a chicken and had fun poking its eyes and cutting its beak, I am sure you would stop this irrational behavior immediately. Yet, the chicken we often eat has had harsh treatment that we shrug off by saying “Well, I didn’t know this animal, so I don’t feel as bad.” Are we that apathetic towards the truth?”

Johnathan Safran Foer is one of my favorite my favorite Authors. He wrote a book called “Eating Animals” where he explores the many ways that animals are farmed. He brings the audience into the hellish life and death of 98% of farmed animals. A favorite quote form his book:
“What the meat industry figured out is that you don’t need healthy animals to make a profit. Sick animals are more profitable…Factory farms calculate how close to death they can keep animals without killing them. That’s the business model. How quickly they can be made to grow, how tightly they can be packed, how much or how little can they eat, how sick they can get without dying…We live in a world in which it’s conventional to treat an animal like a block of wood.”
– Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating Animals. Chew on that.

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