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How do I build a following on my youtube channel?

I am a very small youtuber and am curious to know how I should grow my social media channel. #youtuber #media #internet #social...



Active Jan 02 at 13:03

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Posted by julian B.
Anna Lange | Technology Advisory Associateat PwC Most YouTubers with millions of views are manged by a large ...

Why is journalism dying and what are the skills of a competent journalist?

There are some great journalists who work for The Atlantic, The New York Times, and other sources. I was talking to a friend the other day about potential careers and she said I may be a journalist. She thinks that we need GOOD journalists; not just people who write about pop culture. I do...

#media #journalism #international-relations #online-journalism #advertising #internet


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Liana S.
Charles Forbes | Commercial Producer at WWJTV / CW50 Detroit WKBD Well at least on the National stage everything is politicized nowadays. ...

Is "return offer" the major way of getting a job offer after graduation?

Hi! I am planning to apply to a graduate program in UX/HCI, and work as a UX designer after graduation. There are 1-year programs in some graduate schools, but my concern is that if they do not help much in job seeking. My friends told me if I join a 1-year program, I would not have the chance...

#user-experience #user-experience-design #internet #return-offer #user-interface-design #technology


Active Dec 20 '17 at 22:52

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Posted by Kathryn G.
Dhairya Dalal | NLP and Machine Learning @ Talla Hi Kathryn, Good question. Each masters program is different. Usually good ...

I can't take calculus, chemistry, nor physics cause they don't teach that in 9th. The only class that I have that has to do with mechanical engineering is biology.

So I was wondering if I should study calculus over the internet or should I just study in my math class although my math class isn't calculus and study in my biology class. #mechanical-engineering #internet #math #chemistry #physics #higher-education...



Active Apr 16 at 12:49

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Posted by David C.
Calvin Weyers | Retired Mechanical Engineer 9th grade is a little early for chemistry, physics, and calculus. ...

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