A List Of Wikipedia’s Most Controversial Pages

(PCM) Many internet users are familiar with Wikipedia and it’s many uses, especially as a research tool. Although because Wikipedia is written collaboratively by anonymous volunteers who do so without pay and anyone who has internet access can freely edit and make changes to Wikipedia articles, there are often times some opinion-based or incorrect details… Read More

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Review from Yelp

According an Online Reviews Survey by ReviewTrackers, approximately 45% of consumers say they are likely to check reviews on Yelp before visiting a business, which is only second to Google’s 64%. Even more important, a one-star decrease in a restaurant’s overall Yelp rating could lead to a 5% loss in revenue. Maintain your business Yelp […]

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Review from a Google Business Page

Over sixty percent of customers will check Google reviews before visiting a business – more than any other online review site. Therefore, managing your brand reputation on this platform is critical for new business. While it would be nice to believe that everything on the internet is true, there is the possibility for your Google […]

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How to Remove a Bad or Fake Recommendation from your Facebook Business Page

Since last year, Facebook has made the effort to change reviews to recommendations. According to the update, 1 in 3 people on Facebook use the platform to ask their communities where to go, where to eat, or where to shop, etc. Additionally, 2 out of 3 users visit the page of a local business at […]

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The Christmas Classic ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ Almost Didn’t Happen!

(PCM) Back in 1943, author Philip Van Doren Stern was unable to find a publisher for his short story “The Greatest Gift” and was about to give up hope of ever getting his work out to readers. In a last ditch effort he ended up printing 200 copies of the story and gave them out as… Read More

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The Origins Of The Christmas Ornament

(PCM) It is the time of year where we are ready to deck the halls and begin trimming our Christmas trees. For many families this is time for togetherness and one of the most enjoyable aspects of the impending holiday season. The tradition of the Christmas tree as we know it today began here in… Read More

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12 Days Of Christmas: A Look At 12 Banned Indoor Toys!

(PCM) As we race towards the holiday shopping season, there are sure to be plenty of toys purchased this year. Every so often toy manufacturers are prone to making a few mistakes with certain toys such as being responsible for causing injuries or health concerns. Those factors can quickly land what manufacturers believed to be… Read More

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What is The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)?

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), administers all federal laws that regulate the securities industry. Fancy words for, they police the investment world and make sure no one’s doing any shady business. A security is another word for—stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and many other types of intangible investments. If you buy gold bars (a tangible […]

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What Ever Happened To The Original ‘Dunkin’ Donut’ ?

(PCM) Over the years there has certainly been some drastic changes in Dunkin’ Donut stores all over the country. The most notable change, and one that stirred up the most controversy, was when the news was revealed that Dunkin’ Donuts was planning on removing the word “Donuts” from it’s name. We know that they offer […]

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Amazon Fire TV Unveils ‘Fast Forward to the Future’ Activation For SDCC!

(PCM) Amazon, who has a history of creating memorable fan experiences at SDCC, is continuing the tradition this year with Fire TV and their “Fast Forward to the Future” activation. Not only does this mark Fire TV SDCC debut, but it will also be one of the first opportunities TV fans will have to try the […]

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Would You Like Fries With That? A Look At Some Of The Oddest Celebrity Food Endorsements

(PCM) Over the years celebrities have endorsed a multitude of various products, however when looking for the most popular our attention generally drifts towards food. Many celebs are quick to hop on the bandwagon and lend their name/likeness  to weight loss products such as Weight Watchers or Jenny Craig, while others have had more signature […]

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What Happens When We Lose 28,000 Rubber Duckies At Sea?

(PCM) Everyone knows that rubber duckies can make bath time lots of fun, you know because Sesame Street’s Ernie told us so, right? Well, bath time was far less fun for a lot of businesses who were expecting a shipment of rubber duckies, 28,000 of them to be exact, that went missing at sea back […]

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