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10 Top Stock Photo Sites for Sprucing Up Content

10 top stock photo sitesHigh quality stock photos come in handy for all sorts of projects. Websites and blogs, products and packaging, webinar and presentation slides, social media images, and on and on.

Fortunately, there are plenty of places on the web with great stock photo options – both free and paid. We’ll highlight some of those options in this article.

But first…

A Few Tips for Using Stock Photos

Before we get in to where to get your stock photos, we want to cover a few pointers on how to use stock photos in your content.

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How to Succeed with Recurring Webinars and Online Meetings

hosting reccuring webinars and online meetingsWebinars and online meetings are both important events for your business. You want the right amount of attendees for each – and you want to make it as easy for those attendees to make it to the online event.

That is one of the big benefits of recurring events.

Instead of having people sign up for different events at different times, you can have them sign up for multiple ones at the same time.

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A Webinar Headline “Secret” that Can Quadruple Registrations

Effective Webinar Titles / HeadlinesWhen it comes to your webinar, what’s one of the first things people see?

Your webinar title.

That is – your headline.

Because that’s really what it is.

The title of your webinar is stops people in their tracks, engages them, and pulls them into your funnel. It’s what gets listed in your email promo, sits atop your registration page, gets tweeted on Twitter and posted on Facebook.

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How to Run a Successful Scrum Meeting with a Remote Team

scrum meeting daily stand-upThe rapid rise of distributed teams in today’s professional atmosphere brings along some new challenges – like remote meetings.

We’ve already talked about how to run a regular remote meeting with your distributed team, but we haven’t touched on the fast-paced scrum type of meeting that so many businesses run on a daily basis.

The scrum meeting, also known as the daily stand-up, gathers your software development team to discuss project status updates, project goals, what needs to be done, and the challenges the team is facing.

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