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thedigitalpro · 6 minutes ago
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Why are Businesses afraid of getting negative reviews?
Everyone wants a positive or good review for their business or services. When they get any bad reviews on Google listing, they feel upset or angry! Why are we not ready to hear the truth or any negative comment? Instead of improving, why owners focus on deleting comments, hiding them? In this world, everything has two sides-positive or negative, good or bad, head or tail! Everyone cannot be satisfied with our business or services, so we do not need to worry about it. But make strategies to improve it.,make more interesting. So let's face this challenge and work on our weaknesses to make our business more reliable and increase its goodwill. #google #success #linkedin #marketing #sales #comment #business #smallbusiness #strategy #marketingstrategy
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playlistpicks · 22 minutes ago
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Olivia Rodrigo: Hot Take
Olivia Rodrigo's music is not new.
Olivia has swept the nation with the first 3 singles off her debut album, “SOUR”. But why is she receiving this response?
Initially, I assumed it was because of the online narrative of the Olivia-Josh-Sabrina love triangle. That brought fans in for “drivers license”, but what kept them around? 
It’s simple really. For a long time, everyone in the music industry preached individuality. The idea of “We already have one Ariana Grande, we don’t need anyone else making the same type of music.” And it makes sense. We don’t need multiple Lordes (or maybe we do since she hasn’t released anything in 4 years). Just watch The Voice or American Idol. The judges will always say they’re looking for someone unique, to bring something new to the industry.
Olivia Rodrigo’s music is not new. "drivers license" is a gut-wrenching ballad that is all too familiar. Everyone’s heard a ballad before, and there are three artists that define this song. Gracie Abrams in the verse, Selena Gomez/Taylor Swift in the chorus, and Lorde in the bridge. Ballads like “drivers license” weren’t being made because artists didn’t want to create something so familiar. Everyone was out looking for a brand new pot of gold and overlooked the idea of making a traditional song. 
Next, “deja vu”. This track is straying away from gut-wrenching ballad and more into the indie pop realm. It’s different, and not seen in mainstream music, but start digging deeper into Spotify or Apple Music and you’ll find loads of songs like this. I’ll save you the trouble and point out a few popular songs like “deja vu”. “Furniture” by Maude Latour and “Cruel Summer” by Taylor Swift. Although "deja vu" has a vibe not as familiar as “drivers license”, we’ve heard stuff like it before. And people like it.
Finally, “good 4 u”. The latest track from Olivia, that’s punky and loud. The angry side of heartbreak. The track is nostalgic, and pulls us back to early 2000′s Avril Lavigne and teen movie soundtracks. It’s “rock-y” in a way that reminds me of Paramore and Machine Gun Kelly’s new stuff, but translated into teenage girl angst. And of course, a modern version of some of Taylor’s hits. Notably “Forever and Always”. A few more comparisons have been popping up over the Internet, including "Misery Business" by Paramore and "I Did Something Bad" by Taylor Swift. And we obviously can’t forget the Conan Gray influence in both “deja vu” and “good 4 u”. “good 4 u” is different from what we see on the top charts today, but isn’t necessarily new. It’s nostalgic. 
Nevertheless, people keep coming back for more. Olivia’s familiar tracks aren’t stopping her from taking over the world. Maybe that’s the key. Artists need to stop searching for something new and start taking inspiration from the past. 
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thesongofawinterwolf · 25 minutes ago
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Godzilla vs Kong is a dumb idea for a movie. As if Donkey Kong on steroids would ever be a match for Godzilla
I love Godzilla
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curlupwithagoodbook13 · 51 minutes ago
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This book has a great surprise twist it comes closer to the end of the book. When a chili queen festival comes to town, a man that nobody knows anybody about, dies its up to one woman to figure out what happened, so the festival can keep going on.
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monterplant · 55 minutes ago
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2021 Lexus RC300 F Sport review: Elegance and expectations
2021 Lexus RC300 F Sport review: Elegance and expectations
Is the Lexus RC300 F Sport too beautiful for its own good?
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kym-truestory · an hour ago
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I found out my radio interview will be on the 25th of this month guys!!!
I’m super excited but also kinda nervous. It won’t be a long interview, but I’m really hoping it can be some good/helpful exposure
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Make sure to check out my book Birthmark of course too. You’ll love it & I’ll love you for reading it😁
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Review: The Mary Shelley Club by Goldy Moldavsky Rating: 5/5
This book is also titled “The Last Girl” in some markets.
“Mary Shelley’s message was clear: Real monsters aren’t the ones created by man. The real monster is man himself.”
Rachel Chavez knows what fear truly feels like but she didn't learn it from the horror movies she's been obsessively watching for the past year. She craves it, longs for it. And when she uncovers a secret club of pranksters at her elite new high school, she can't wait to join them in terrorising her classmates. But pranks have a habit of backfiring and Rachel will need to brace herself for the backdraft.
I picked this up solely for the Mary Shelley name-drop in the title. And because I'm on a horror kick. But mostly the name-drop. Which is lucky, because this was incredible! Moldavsky has crafted a thrilling tale of teenagers and terror where it's impossible to tell what's true and what's a tall, tall tale.
Rachel is an excellent protagonist who is equal parts addicted to the thrills of the Mary Shelley Club and petrified of the power it has - and the consequences should they get caught. Felicity, Thayer, Freddie and Bram were all wonderful players but Bram was definitely the most interesting to puzzle out through the course of the story.
An exciting novel that's sure to delight any fan of teen horror that isn't afraid to twist the well-trodden tropes.
Warnings: anxiety, on-page murders, violence, an instance of sexual assault, references to a home invasion, references to drug use.
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yakuwuzas · an hour ago
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man, i still haven’t done my movie sunday + viddy game tuesday reviews but i also just so happened to remember i’m almost two months behind on manga catch up day ... weh ...
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liputanpers · an hour ago
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Kami tidak tahu apakah penjelajah Mars China mendarat di planet merah - belum
Kami tidak tahu apakah penjelajah Mars China mendarat di planet merah – belum
Kesan seorang seniman tentang tiga pesawat luar angkasa yang dikirim Tiongkok ke Mars pada Juli 2020. Astronomi Alam Apakah China telah menjadi negara ketiga dalam sejarah manusia yang mendarat dengan aman di permukaan Mars? Kami belum tahu. Pada hari Jumat sore, pesawat ruang angkasa Tianwen-1, yang mengorbit Mars sejak Februari, mungkin telah melepaskan kapsul berpelindung ke permukaan planet…
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leng-m · an hour ago
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Book Reviews on my Blog
I am terrible at shameless plugs, so I never got into the habit of linking the book reviews I write on my long-form blog (yes, I have a long-form blog!) to my other social media platforms.
I reblog a lot of writeblr posts on Tumblr, but I rarely ever talk about what kind of books I like, the kind of books that inspire my stories, the kind that makes me want to be a better writer. You sort of get a glimpse of it over on my fandom side-blog, but I read a lot more than what I just fangirl about there.
So here are a bunch of book reviews I've written recently:
Paladin's Grace by T. Kingfisher
The Silence of Bones by Jun Hur (and 3 other books!)
Truthwitch by Susan Dennard (and 4 others!)
I have an entire backlog of book reviews from all the way back to 2017! You can also check out my favourite books of all time.
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aragnophobia · 2 hours ago
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dream saying the pinky is 50% of your grip strength vs george deliberately sticking his out while handling various food items
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nancywheeeler · 2 hours ago
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so much of letterboxd is people following you, waiting a few hours to see if you’ll follow them back, and then unfollowing if you don’t
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