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  1. Red Herring Games: Navigating a Business During a Pandemic

    How having a WordPress site helped this business survive the challenge of COVID-19.

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    Courtesy of Red Herring Games
  2. Cosy Killer: The Murder Mystery Subscription Box

    Cosykiller is not just a subscription box! Cosykiller is a storyline — with each box packed with clues, keepsakes, ciphers, and mementos to review and unravel to solve a murder.

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  3. Open We Stand

    #OpenWeStand is a resource for small business owners, connecting them to other entrepreneurs and inspiring them with creative solutions to keep their businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  4. You Need A Budget

    On their blog, the You Need a Budget team shares posts full of practical information around personal finance and budgeting, with a more recent focus on people who’ve been affected by recent shocks to the global economy.

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  5. Ask, Listen, and Learn: Understand and Engage Your Audience with Polls and Surveys

    With Crowdsignal, you can create polls, conduct surveys, send quizzes, and more.

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  6. Simply Chocolate

    Simply Chocolate is a danish factory based in Copenhagen that produces handmade chocolate bars with natural ingredients. Salty Fred, Dark Marci or Grainy Sue — which is your favourite?

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  7. Culinary Backstreets

    Culinary Backstreets positions itself as “the global guide to local eats,” offering city guides, food tours, and stories on off-the-beaten-path eating destinations from Tokyo to Tbilisi.

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  8. Artificial Intelligence Will Do What We Ask. That’s a Problem.

    By teaching machines to understand our true desires, one scientist hopes to avoid the potentially disastrous consequences of having them do what we command.

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  9. 1,000 True Fans? Try 100.

    “I believe that creators need to amass only 100 True Fans—not 1,000—paying them $1,000 a year, not $100.” On the blog of Andreessen Horowitz, Li Jin explains how today’s creators can effectively make more money off of fewer fans.

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  10. This female founder is equity crowdfunding her cannabis company

    The team at hey hello high interviews cannabis entrepreneur Jane West: “Venture capital in the cannabis industry is just so predatory. It’s very Caucasian male-dominated, and it’s not a friendly place for new businesses.”

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  11. PatangDori.com: Let’s Go Fight A Kite!

    February 8 is National Kite Flying Day in the US, and we are celebrating our love of kites by showcasing PatangDori.com, purveyor of fighter kites!

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  12. Kate Pearce Vintage

    On Kate Pearce’s website, the vintage-obsessed interior stylist shares design and social media tips, sells a selection of carefully curated items, and offers generous doses of visual inspiration.

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  13. Runway Girl Network

    Runway Girl Network is a buzzing hub where a group of diverse aviation journalists share news, insight, and analysis for travelers and industry professionals alike.

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  14. In the Age of Social Media Self-Promotion, Do Creatives Still Need Personal Websites?

    “You have freedom and control with your website. It stands out far more than a 3 x 3 grid of expandable pictures.” Professionals in the design industry discuss the pros and cons of a website in the age of Instagram.

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  15. Building a Dream Community: Daybreaker and Its Inclusive Global Dance Floor

    Social entrepreneur Radha Agrawal launched a morning dance party, Daybreaker, that celebrates wellness, self-expression, and inclusion.

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    Photograph by Scout Lab