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Using Digital Publishing Technology to Create Experience-Centric Apps

For those who have not heard about digital publishing technology before, it is a new method of publishing to create a completely different interactive experience for mobile users. Today, there are many sophisticated methods to combine text with video, audio, animation and other interactive elements to create web or mobile experiences that help bring marketing messages to life.

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Three Ways "Sevenly" Became the Biggest Social Small Business

Just last month, British-American news website Mashable announced the winner of America’s most Social Small BusinessSevenly.

Sevenly is based in Costa Mesa, California and is an online marketplace for goods that donates a major percentage of their profits to charitable causes. It was founded three years ago, but has already gone from a start-up with four employees to a 33-person operation. They have also raised more than $3 million for charities from all over the globe.

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Three Reasons Upworthy Made it Big

Started in March 2012, Upworthy is the child of Eli Pariser (left-wing political activist and former executive director of public policy advocacy group MoveOn) and Peter Koechley (the former managing editor of American news satire website The Onion). Known for using viral videos, infographics or images to promote social issues, their stated mission is to host the intersection of the “awesome”, the “meaningful” and the “visual”.

What is it that made them “the fastest growing media site of all time”, according to Fast Company?

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Why the Gates Foundation is More Relevant than Windows in 2014

Ever since stepping down as Microsoft's chairman in February 2014, the world’s richest man is spending the rest of his life in philanthropy.

For the past five years, Bill and Melinda Gates have published an annual letter with their global philanthropic goals. The Gates Foundation, co-operated by the couple, is key in several charity missions, one being polio eradication, where the Foundation doubles what the U.S. government provides in spending on the issue...

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