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5 reasons your next TV should be an HDR TV

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If you're looking at buying a new TV in 2017, you're likely to get hit with a barrage of buzzwords: 4K, OLED, QLED, HDR... it's enough to make your head spin. All you're looking for is a good TV, at a great price, and you don't want to waste money on things you don't need. When you're checking out the TVs though, don't make the mistake of thinking "I don't need a High Dynamic Range (HDR) TV." Even if you haven't the foggiest idea what that means, and have no intention of watching HDR content, buying an HDR TV is the right move. Older, pre-HDR TVs (sometimes now called SDR, or standard dynamic range) were required to hit certain minimum requirements for the light and color they could produce.


Buying a TV? Here's why it should be an HDR TV

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

This feature is part is Reviewed.com's Guide to Cord Cutting, where we explain everything you need to know to start living life without a cable bill. If you're looking at buying a new TV in 2017, you're likely to get hit with a barrage of buzzwords: 4K, OLED, QLED, HDR... it's enough to make your head spin. All you're looking for is a good TV, at a great price, and you don't want to waste money on things you don't need. When you're checking out the TVs though, don't make the mistake of thinking "I don't need a High Dynamic Range (HDR) TV."


Content Marketing on a Budget: What You Need to Know

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It's a well-known fact that good content can make or break a business. Many start-ups and small businesses in particular depend on low-budget content marketing as a way to dip start growing their audience and brand. As a writer myself, I highly approve of this concept. There are many compelling reasons to focus on content marketing. For example, you can increase website traffic and purchases, improve SEO, develop great relationships with influencers and customers, show you are a thought leader, and more.


Why sharing other people's content helps your brand

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No doubt you've heard of this thing called content marketing. But just so we're on the same page, content marketing is: "A strategic marketing approach focused on creating and distributing valuable, relevant, and consistent content to attract and retain a clearly-defined audience -- and, ultimately, to drive profitable customer action." Basically, it's all about using information to help people understand and solve their problems – usually with your product or service. But note the words creating and distributing. Content marketing isn't just writing blogs and hitting publish – although that's a core part of it.


Three Ways to Make Content Part of Your Design Strategy

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You know what they say: It's a content-driven world, and we're all living in it. Content is the topic on everyone's lips: What is "good" content? How do we produce good content? How can we get more eyeballs on the good content we produce? Do we need a content strategy?