We all hate spam–it’s annoying, time-wasting, and sometimes downright offensive. But I’m here to tell you today that the anti-spam software out there often goes overboard, throwing the proverbial baby out with the bath water.
When a spam-prevention system inadvertently flags as spam a legitimate email between you and a potential customer, and silently deletes or archives the message, it can do real damage to your business: losing a potential customer, or hurting your existing relationship between you and a customer or vendor. The worst part of this is, you probably don’t even know it’s happening.
Statue of Liberty in Paris
Paris is a lovely French capital. Many tourists think that they have already visited most of its well-known attractions. Their statement holds true to a greater extent. However, there are some obscured gems in this romantic city that were overshadowed by popular iconic attractions. Many of these hidden destinations are not mentioned in tourist guide books. One good option I prefer is to go online and search information about hidden sites of Paris. Picking relevant information required for you is not easy always so, I sorted out the popular ones for you.
Sunset on the beach, Taunovo Bay, Fiji
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Best time of year to go to Fiji
I returned last night from the 2-day SMX Advanced search marketing conference in Seattle, and came away with a number of ideas for Visual Itineraries, as well as things to share with our partners to help them drive traffic to their travel websites via search. Continue reading