Many of our sites recently have incorporated Education pages as opposed to blogs. It's a pretty interesting move considering an Education page is usually "just a blog," but it's perception may amount to different outcomes. Let's take a look at typical Education pages and why it may be a good thing to incorporate into your site.
I took a meeting this morning with a guy who clearly had a hankering for some pastries. I am not one to turn down food, so I joined him at Dunkin' Donuts. While we were in line I was hit by inspiration. It came in the form of a shortbread cookie. Shortbread cookies are great because they make such a nice complement—tea, coffee, milk, you name it. However, Dunkin' Donuts clearly saw in the shortbread cookie potential that I had not yet seen. In fact, I would like to share two advertising tips that you can learn from the Dunkin' Donuts shortbread cookie.
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