Top 10 Business Podcasts

If you are a business owner then this list of the top 10 business podcasts is a must for you.

As a business owner/ entrepreneur, we all know that maintaining and growing a business can be extremely difficult and taxing at times.

In order to keep growing and moving forward with our businesses, we have to constantly learn and develop new skills. That doesn’t sound too difficult in theory but with the daily pressures of operating a business, it’s not always easy to find the time to learn these new skills.

There’s only so many hours in the day so we need to be smart about how, and what we spend our time on.

A great way of achieving this is to maximize our downtime by listening to podcasts. Even busy business owners have downtime (walking the dog, going for a jog, commuting during the day etc) so it’s a perfect opportunity.

So now you’ve decided to check out some business podcasts where do you start? Well finding the right podcast can be tough, anyone with a microphone and a computer can basically record a podcast so let me show you the best business podcasts so you can cut the fluff and get straight to the gold.


  1. TED Talks Business
  2. StartUp
  3. Entrepreneurs On Fire
  4. The Gary Vee Audio Experience
  5. Social Media Marketing
  6. Marketing School
  7. Masters Of Scale
  8. The Joe Rogan Experience
  9. The Tony Robbins Podcast
  10. The Tim Ferris Show

There you have it. The best podcasts to get you fired up and ready for action!

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Craig S.

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5 Essential Questions to Ask About Your Business Competitors

Are you thinking of starting a new business or have you done it yet and wondered the crucial questions to ask about competition? America is a nation of entrepreneurs, and small businesses are the leading providers or work opportunities for people. We need great entrepreneurs to continue to propel the economy forward.

If you’re looking to create a start-up, you can’t succeed without understanding what is out there and what the competition looks like; nevertheless, sometimes entrepreneurs don’t know how to approach this task. The way to do it is to identify the right questions to ask.

  1. Who’s Your Competition?

The first question you want to ask is who are your competitors. You might be in a new industry, but the likelihood is that you’re not. The first thing you have to figure out is who your competition is and what they offer regarding products and services. You’ll also want to know how they position themselves in the market. If you were their customer, what would stand out for you about your competitors, their products or services?

  1. SWOT

Once you’re clear on your competitors, do a SWOT analysis. List all of your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and the threats your company can face in the marketplace. Be as objective as possible and if possible, bring in trusted advisors who can give you third-party insight. You want to understand what others outside of you and your team think about your company and its offerings.

  1. Differentiation

Think about your products and services in the context of the offerings of your competitors. Consider each of their products or services, even the ones you don’t intend to provide in your company and understand what makes your products better. If it turns out that your competitors are doing something better than you are, or plan to, then think carefully about how you can improve your offerings for the market. Think about ideas and test them, every time you have the opportunity, in the market so you can stay at least one step ahead of the competition.

  1. Customer Relations

Candidly, one of the reasons my companies have had immense success is because we prioritize exceptional customer service and relations. For my team, it’s always about relationship-building, even with our toughest customers. So, as you evaluate your company, think about what your competitors can do better for their customers since this will be an opportunity for you to offer it to them. Be highly thoughtful when you think of how you can develop a customer relations program that will blow away the competition.

  1. Price

When you’re taking your products or services to the marketplace, you have to understand how your offerings compare with those of your competitors. If you’re able to offer a product at a lower price point, is it still something that is of high quality? If, however, your prices will be higher than that of your competitors, what are you offering that will always encourage customers to want to pay a higher price for what you have on the market? When you get to the point of determining price, it is essential to have done the preceding steps because it will help you identify the right price for your product or service and also support your reasons for it.

Once you’ve gone through those five questions, you’ll have a much better sense of not only your competitors but more importantly, vital information that will help you position yourself in the marketplace.

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3 Self Help Principles to Effectively Handle Anyone



Have you ever found yourself in a situation or predicament where you just can’t seem to get along with another person, or merely communicate in such a way for any sole reason at all? Whether it being achieving a certain desire or providing potentially beneficial advice that the selected other can’t seem to understand. Feeling like you have tried everything? Fear not-The purpose of this post has you an old, yet very simple but seemingly forgotten self-help principles to aid your irrefutable frustration regarding such a common issue.

There are times in life where we find ourselves bewildered at our abilities to deal with other people, sometimes you’re unsure whether it’s you, them or the weather (for many reasons) nor come to terms with the complexity of exactly what is making such a task seem impossible.

Listed below are 3, easily digestible principles to keep in mind for effectively handling anyone; that when learnt and practised, will seem effortless. Enjoy.

Self-Help Principle 1: Never critique, complain or castigate.

Let’s begin with a short parable. A man with an infamous reputation is often a feared criminal, in this sense, he is considered evil by his wrongdoing and acts of injustice. It is this injustice that society and its conventional values view this person contrary to the norm.

On a particular night in London, dozens of police officers were heard scrambling in and around Oxford Circus tube station as gunshots lit up the night. Screams and despair spread as the night grew older, rumour has it that one of London’s most wanted was spotted inside and once noticed, took siege of human lives as form of leverage. Thousands of people listened and waited close behind the human blockade of officers, nothing like it had ever been seen before on the tracks of London. When this man was captured, Captain S. Montgomery stated that the man was unknowingly to the public, an enemy of the state previously turned rogue for reasons undisclosed, “He will disregard all consequences of behaviour,” said the Captain, “and will kill in the blink of an eye.”

The question we must ruminate is, how did this mysterious man regard himself? We know, because it is only until after finding in the residence of this man evidence that may be mutually exclusive with these intentions. a letter labelled, “To my younger self.” And, as it read: “Beneath this vessel was a heart of gold, one that too many, times left cold.”

Not too long before this, this man was going about his morning to surprise his girlfriend out-of-town near West Sussex. After he had arrived and noticed another male in the bed. Without saying a word, he leaped through the window and drew his gun, the gun shot and the air shattered. The bullet tore through space and silence fell upon him in its wake. He spoke but his words were lost in the quiet. That was the killer who said “Beneath this vessel was a heart of gold, one that too many, times left cold.” The man was sentenced to death. When he was upon his last few hours, do you think he said, “This is what I get for killing people?” No, he said “This is what I get for doing what any man would do.”

The point of this story is exactly this: This man did not blame himself for anything. Would you say that is an unusual thought process for criminals? I think not, now ponder this for a minute and ask yourself, if these men and women behind bars do not blame themselves for acts of such sin, what about the people who you and I have come in contact with? People do not criticise themselves, not for anything, no matter the severity or margin that they may be so very wrong by.

B.F Skinner, a world-famous psychologist had proved with his experiments that animals respond and learn much more efficiently when being rewarded with good behaviour and retain that information rather than castigated for poor behaviour. Further studies also proved that the same theory indeed applies to humans. In self-help we must be self-aware and acknowledge that the person we feel the need to correct or critique will probably justify himself/herself for what ever the reason may be. Perhaps even critique us in return?

Do you know of someone who you aspire to change or improve? perhaps a partner, friend, colleague etc. Why not begin with the man in the mirror? This is much, much more profitable and long-term efficient, and is also the pinnacle of self-help improvisation. Remember that before trying to handle others, that you are dealing with creatures of emotion, master this and things will fall in just the right places.

Self-Help Principle 2: Show a little appreciation.

There are roughly eight wants in life that we truly desire, I will label these; the eight things we desire most. We will be elaborating on solely one of these wants in this principle. The principle analysed and laid out is “The desire of importance.” If you’re interested in the other seven then you can head here.

Majority of these wants are more or less satisfied throughout our journeys, although there is one longing, deep, heart-wrenching desire that is satisfied rarely. I think you guessed it, the desire of importance. Who doesn’t like a compliment? One of the most, if not the most sought after craving in life is the gratification of appreciation, hence the word “craving” not desire, but for appreciation and not importance. The person that can acknowledge this is all well, good and possibly on their way. However, to grasp this information and strictly apply it whenever you get the chance, this person will hold people in the palms of their hands.

The desire of importance has been around for centuries, this desire even stems off the infamous quote I’m sure you’ve heard “We buy things we don’t like, to impress people we don’t even know, with money we don’t even have.” It is why the rich build the biggest houses that you and I both know they can’t make use of, it is why you feel the need to wear the latest fashion styles, it is why you want to drive the coolest car, this desire even impacts the way you talk about your brilliant partner or children. Some even fall victim into partaking in criminal activities, joining a gang or going as far as your imagination serves you, why? The answer is merely ego, the craving for appreciation, the desire of importance.

An easy way to begin: Bring to the table genuine enthusiasm among your people, appreciation and encouragement to others for small things, lead to a large impact. Positive reinforcement is actually critically important at times but be careful not to flatter. Flattery and appreciation are two very different things, the difference is ‘sincerity’. One comes from the ‘heart’ and the other from the mouth. One is sincere and the other has an ulterior motive.

Again – the difference is ‘sincerity’.

One comes from the ‘heart’ and the other from the mouth. One is sincere and the other has an ulterior motive.

What do average people do? The exact opposite.

If one does not approve or fancy something, they will scold their minions, partners and so on and so forth; if they happen to fancy or approve of it, most of the time they say nothing. Let us stop thinking of ourselves, our accomplishments and our desires. Let’s attempt to analyse the person we wish to interact with and try to acknowledge their traits, disregard the flattery and acquire some genuine, real appreciation. Do this often and the people on the receiving end will hold your words tight, for longer than you can remember their faces.

Self-Help Principle 3: Give the person an incentive.

Let us begin with a bite size parable by D. Carnegie. A man is in charge of how he spends his time, this man enjoys fishing as his selected hobby and often spent the summertime in Maine. “I Personally am fond of strawberries and cream,” said D. Carnegie, “but I have began to notice, fish prefer worms.” This brilliant man did not think about what he wanted whilst fishing, he thought about what the fish wanted. So why not use this perfect little allegory and apply it when fishing for people?

Why be futile and converse about our wants? We are interested in what we want and others are interested in what they want, you may seldom stumble upon the occasion where others are also interested in your wants as you share a common goal or desire. But the rest of us are like you, only invested in what we want. Do you see where this is heading? The only way to strike influence and be able to handle somebody in these occasions is to converse about their wants,their desires, and you know what else? You have to show them how to get it.

Visualise yourself in a future situation where you are, the one attempting to get somebody to do something or change something. For example; You want your child to stay in and refrain from going out as they have an exam to attend the next morning, don’t stand there and lecture them talking about what you want, we all know the answer and reasoning behind your want; but instead show them how heading out may impact the outcome of their grade scores and achieving that future opportunity.

Another parable to provide insight is; Mr Ralph Emerson and his son were trying to get their calf into the barn, however they inevitably made the common mistake and were only thinking about what they wanted. Can you guess what the calf was thinking about? If you’ve caught on you would assume (and you’re correct) the calf is thinking only of what he wants, so the calf had centred his weight and refused to move. A bystander, the housemaid had been observing the entire situation, unbeknown to Ralph and his son, she had a broad perception of her surroundings, she thought of what the calf wanted; so she placed her maternal finger inside the calf’s mouth and let the calf suck on her finger as she patiently guided him into the barn.

Tomorrow you may find yourself in a situation where you want to persuade somebody to do something. Before any form of communication, stop and ask yourself the question: “How can I make this person want to do this?” This question will not only stop absolute inefficiency and possibly embarrassing conversations ending with futile chatter of your desires, but give the person an incentive to do something. He who is capable of doing this, has the universe with him.

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Five Thoughts You Think Before Giving Up


The hardest part about making the decision to give up is that there is always a fine line between the give up and success axis. We have all been on both ends of the spectrum; the times when you finally broke through and achieved your goal; and the time when you have quit just shy of the goal line. Perhaps the most influencing part about going one way or the other on that line is the thoughts you think right before that decision. Here are 5 of the most common thoughts people think before giving up on an intended goal.

“This is just too hard”

This one is heard all too commonly. Everything is fine and dandy until its gets just hard enough to reach your breaking point where the brain says this is too uncomfortable and I am at my limit. So then your brain signals to your body to just stop working on what ever it is that you are doing. It’s not your brain’s fault as this is what it is designed to do. The issue is though, is that goals and accomplishments worth doing are almost always hard and difficult to accomplish, but that is simply what makes it worth the hardship you’ll go through; to see the glory of the other side.

“This is not worth it”

Most that use this one are the ones who have been in the trenches so long that they have lost sight of the real intended goal and more importantly the reason why they started in the first place. At this point in their mind, the struggle of working towards the goal now out weighs the intended emotion received with the accomplishment of the goal. In this case the best action to take is to stop the work and go back to look at the reasoning of the intended project and the outcome that it would accomplish. Most of the time that feeling will be reinvigorated and struggle will lessen enough to complete the task; finishing the goal.

“I can’t do this”

Closely related to our first reason with some subtle differences. The first reason dealt with the brain’s defense mechanism to activate and give reasons to stay in that comfort zone; this reason though is a direct reflection of self worth and the judgement on which you give your abilities to complete the task. You have deemed yourself unworthy by your own accord to be the one who has success at this goal. Simple way to reverse this is drop the letter “t” off of can’t and turn it into I can. Simple positive affirmations go a long way in overcoming the “I can’t” plague, and the results it has can be pretty amazing too.

“They didn’t finish, why should I?”

Another easy justification to let yourself off of the hook. If others put in effort and didn’t make it, what makes me think I can make it? This is the age old trap of putting yourself on the level of everyone else and limiting your personal power to join the average crowd. When you level yourself to others who have already given up, you essentially say “I will only ever be as good as them and nothing more”. It takes all of your own individual talents and gumption, and throws them right out the window. It should not matter what anyone has said or done, you are not everyone else nor do you ever have to be. Show your personal ethics in such a way that that average crowd turns around and beings to marvel at you, now making you the standard that they follow and not the other way around.

“I’ll do this later”

Some may argue that this is not necessarily a thought of giving up; it essentially is though. While I warrant the sometimes this can be used in the proper manner without the thought of never returning to it; it is mostly used in the negative way. This is a synonym for ‘I give up’. Putting a task off for “later” means that your brain is using one of its many distractive techniques to keep you in a comfortable state and not challenge you. You know that later never comes, and therefore the goal never gets done. Instead, perform at least a little task that can be completed in a short time, ensuring that you will get it done, since you have already started.

Giving up develops a habitual nature of negativity that will consume your daily life if allowed. Remember these 5 thoughts the next time that lazy monster rears its ugly head, pushing you from giving up and sending you into victory lane with all of your goals and dreams.

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Nothing Happens In Our World That We Don’t Permit Deep Within Our Consciousness


Your Thoughts Contribute To Your Circumstances

Look around you, are you happy with your current conditions? Are you content with your health, relationships, career, finances and general purpose in life? I realise these are difficult questions to answer since they require an honest look into ourselves. However, if we don’t take the time to examine what we’re creating in our life, we’re bound to get swept up by our unconscious desires. Everything out there in our world is shaped by our consciousness and awareness. This is empowering for several reasons least of which means, if we don’t like what appears in our life, we can change our thoughts to create new circumstances.

For example, have you experienced an unexpected situation that pushed you out of your comfort zone, whether it was the sudden breakup of a relationship or getting looked over for a job promotion? Whatever the case, you may have felt victimised and believed life was conspiring against you. Yet, how can life be against us when we embody life itself? Why would life want to hurt us? Is life evil or external to us? Moreover, why would the same intelligence that created us want to inflict pain and suffering? These questions allow me to understand that life isn’t against us as much as we are against ourselves. Perhaps it is our thoughts that contribute to our circumstances? When unforeseen conditions show up, instead of being frustrated or angry, we ought to get curious on what contributed it. Where in our past did we allow our present-day circumstances to be as they are? I’ve repeated this Hermetic aphorism often because it captures the essence of the man’s ability to create their own reality: “As within so without.” What we think and feel at the deepest level of our consciousness is bound to show up in our reality whether we like it or not.

Develop A Better Filter In Which To Perceive Your Reality

Our consciousness is the home for all our thoughts. It houses everything we ever felt, believed or experienced about the world. It is the accumulation of our childhood memories, disappointments and joys. As adults, our experiences are referenced by our consciousness and storehouse of memories, imprinted onto the canvas of our mind. Just like a supercomputer that works out innumerable calculations, our mind does the same to decide whether our current experience corresponds with what we know to be true. Here, truth means a reference to past experience and not necessarily The Truth. This means, you may have had a negative experience in the past which your consciousness identifies as your truth. If it appears again, your consciousness is familiar with it because it does not have the direct experience of good or bad until your conscious mind adds meaning to it.

Are you comfortable with this idea that life happens at the level of your consciousness? You must, because what we believe is true will show up in our life, for the reason that thoughts become things and what we think about we bring about. It is why healing can be a long and exhausting process that may take years if not decades. Healing requires peeling back the layers of conditioning to shift to a higher level of consciousness. We cannot rush the process any more than asking a 10 month-old child to sprint when it is still learning to walk. The child will develop the ability to run at their own pace and no two children are alike. The same experience presents itself throughout our consciousness, so when we are ready we develop an enhanced filter in which to perceive our reality. It is why we may often look back on the past and wonder why we felt a certain way about an experience, such as the breakup of a relationship. The heartache may have been too much to bear, yet a decade later our recollection of the experience has faded. Have you experienced these moments throughout your life, whether related to a relationship, a career or a different situation?

It was Albert Einstein who once said: “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.” I value the simplicity and yet complexity of the quote because consciousness is everything. My level of mind ten years ago is not the same mind writing these words on this page today. I have learned new things, gained new experiences and transcended limitations, and so will you. Considering this, I want you to take a deep look into your current reality by undertaking the following exercise. Divide your life into seven categories and label them as: 1. Life View, 2. Relationships, 3. Health & Well-Being, 4. Finances, 5. Career, 6. Attitudes & Beliefs and 7. Emotions. Under each category write down what is taking place in your present day experience and score it 0 to 10. Zero indicating undesirable and 10 indicating highly desirable. The exercise should take you only 10 minutes to complete but will give you a portrait into your current level of consciousness. Try the exercise every six months. In the long run, if we want to change the future, we must be aware of what is going on beneath the surface of our mind. Unfortunately, our thoughts and beliefs cannot be seen until they show up in our reality. I assure you, the more consciously aware you are of your thoughts, the greater your ability to create a deeply enriching world, given your awakened consciousness.

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8 Steps To Starting That New Career


Fed Up, Bored, Or Stuck In A Rut?

Are you fed up, tired, or bored with your current job or career? Do you hate having to get up each morning to go to a job or career that you really don’t like? You know there must be something better out there but can’t seem to take the action necessary to make any changes. Instead, it’s easy to keep the same old boring routine and just get used to it, as the months and years roll on by.

Did you know that we only have so much time in our working careers and shouldn’t waste them being miserable each day with our job or career? Isn’t life far too short to be unfulfilled year after year?

Hopefully, you’re not stuck in a rut and can’t get out of it. If so, there is definitely hope for you as you learn and follow a few steps. For any changes to take place it’s essential to take action every day in every way that you can. One thing that holds many back is that they don’t want to be out of their comfort zones but probably need to be if there’s a career change taking place.

Here are 8 steps for you about starting that new career or job and breaking out of that rut:

1. Attitude is very important. Mental preparation to change is needed to be committed to starting that new and best situation for you. See yourself as a valuable asset to anybody or company and worthy of consideration for whatever you’re seeking after.

Also, understand that changing careers will take some time. There is probably a learning curve that can take a few weeks or 6 months, or longer. Mentally preparing and starting out with a goal in focus, a plan, and a take action attitude are critical for success.

Feel confident and good about yourself and do things like helping others, perhaps volunteering, that make you feel good. Upgrading your “style” in dress, vehicle, or another way can make someone feel good about themselves. Now that you’re looking and feeling good you’re ready for:

2. Re-evaluate your strengths, weaknesses, and limitations. There are also many free Career Aptitude Tests online that anyone can take to help them decide on their best career choice. Take your time here and sleep on it. Then you’re ready for the next step:

3. Education – If you’re drastically changing careers then there would be a need to learn new things, take a class, get certified, or licensed. This will take some time but be well worth it. This training will look great on your resume as you move into your new career job. If you’re using a resume, remake and update it or better yet have it professionally written up for you.

The resume is a tool to represent the person and open up doors of opportunity for them. Make sure that it draws a nice picture of your work history and qualifications. Most people will stretch the truth, or exaggerate a bit so that their resume will make them look as favorably and qualified as possible. A word of caution, don’t lie as it’s wrong and you certainly wouldn’t want to be caught in a lie.

4. Start Networking online on social media like LinkedIn and Facebook. Update your profiles to reflect your purpose and attract what it is that you’re looking for. Ask family and friends that you know and respect their suggestions or advice, however always consider the advice and make your own decisions after sleeping on them.

5. Personal Grooming – Next step is to get yourself ready for action, consider how you look and dress, are there some positive changes that can be made to help the cause, like a haircut, hairdo, shave, grow a beard, etc. How about clothing, can your wardrobe be updated to improve your image? Throw out or give away some old clothing and replace with some new shoes, pants, dresses or shirts and whatever else will give a polished and professional look.

6. Confidence, persistence, and patience need to be exercised daily as you enter and find your way into the new career choice. Always have a positive vibration and an attitude of expecting something good to occur, which puts the law of attraction into action. Remember that you are a valuable commodity and a great benefit to everyone that does business with or hires you. Act as if and walk the walk of the new and improved you with a new purpose in mind, forgetting any past failures and reach forward to the things which are ahead as you build a new career and attract success through your persistence, patience, and daily efforts.

7. Always have a list of things to do and keep an eye on that list, crossing off things as they are accomplished. This is very important and will get you into the habit of completing tasks and moving forward toward whatever goal(s) that you’ve set up for yourself.

8. Always have a goal written down and in mind, and be constantly and methodically moving toward it. Take a look at exactly where you are and exactly what the goal is and continually move toward that goal persistently and don’t stop until your goals are met.

It’s normal to alter the plan a little as you go but keep focused on the desired end result and the day’s tasks to meet that goal. You can meet every goal one by one and build up a very successful career for yourself.

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5 Digital Marketing Basics You Should Know in 2019


Digital marketing consists of a lot of strategies. In fact, it’s a holistic approach to do different types of marketing activities across different online platforms. These methods get upgraded on a regular basis as new technologies emerge across the globe. Therefore, digital marketing has grown significantly over the past few years. If you are new to this field, you may want to read the basics of digital marketing explained below.

1. Invest in machine Learning and Artificial intelligence (AI)

First of all, the artificial intelligence (AI) will be quite popular in the coming years. Machine learning is another important part of digital marketing.

In the near future, social media bots will play a great role as far as connecting with potential customers is concerned. So, you may want to give more importance to social media if you want to communicate with your customers in an effective manner. According to experts, about 85% of customers will interact with bots to get the information they need.

2. Share your videos on Social Media 

In 2019, make sure you share your business videos across different social media platforms. Unlike the images or written content, a good video is more effective as far as grabbing the eyes of the visitors is concerned. This is really important if you are going to market on the leading platforms, such as Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook.

According to the latest research, 80% of people like to watch videos on the internet. They don’t want to read articles or blog posts that much.

3. Optimize your sites for Mobile Devices 

In 2019, your marketing strategies should be focused on mobile technology as well. According to the latest Google algorithm, your site should be optimized for mobile phones or you may get a penalty from Google.

Nowadays, mobile phones are one of the most popular devices across the globe. The new year will grow the mobile video consumption by up to 30%. On the other hand, the demand for desktop computers and laptops will continue to decline.

4. Consider Mobile apps 

In the world of digital marketing, mobile technology is the latest innovation. As a matter of fact, it’s one of the most effective digital marketing tools in the here and now.

With the help of this cellular technology, you can compete with your competitors to stay ahead in the field. Without any doubt, if you have a mobile responsive website, you can grow your business to a large extent.

So, you may want to tap into the mobile apps as well. One such app is Whatsapp business. According to a source, mobile apps have generated $88 billion, give or take, in recent years.

5. Focus on the Customer Experience 

For your business, customers play the same role your blood plays in your body. Therefore, it’s important that you work on the consumer experience. This will help you increase your sales over time.

If your customers are satisfied with your products or service, they will keep coming back for more.

So, these are the tips that you may want to consider to improve your digital marketing campaigns in 2019.

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