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Watch Doing Business with a Button presented to Douglasville B2B | 27Answers by DryerBuzz

#27Answers — We enjoying presenting, for first time, our talk on doing business with a button in a resurgence of our convenience economy. Watch and grow your business with more phone and porch profits when meeting customers where they are — on their phones and porches. #27Answers – Download and implement best practices of a superblogger 27Answers.com Extra BuzzFeed me food truckers | Five answers for Food | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz Four Ways Friends Making All That Extra Money | Follow the Buzz DryerBuzz 27Answers How to Negotiate FREE…

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the Clippings | Are Black Americans truly Locked Out? National Urban League releases State of Black Union Report | watch Marc Morial present

the Clippings — Prior to Obama presidential victories, Black America used to have an annual State of Black Union event convened for more than a decade by Tavis Smiley. Then came the rift and uproar among leadership when a viable, loveable, winnable Black candidate for President while Black American was hell bent on owning every stereotype known to man kind. In this we call #Obamafinale, now comes current state of Black America as defined in a report from National Urban League.  The title says Locked Out.  Reports like these become…

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the Clippings | What’s buzzing today buzz? News related to political views | Two minute podcast

the Clippings — In this 2 minute podcast, we asked you to think about how news relates to views.  Consider the source of political views.  We’ve heard sever voters via coverage of political debates give reasons for their views based on what they’ve seen in media, local or cable news.  This prompts us to wonder — not that we don’t know — but how much does news relate to views? theClippings — you just got the buzz in 2 minutes with DryerBuzz.com — transforming the way we look — at…

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Hair She Buzz | Don’t Make It a #WEALTHGAPWEEKEND #DearBlackWomen

Don’t make it a #wealthgapweekend aka Friday, Saturday, Sunday, where #dearblackwomen empty their household resources into hands of those who boycott them. Five steps to close wealth gap. Shop local with women owned where available. Use DryerBuzz Referrals and streams Search for more women own labels, services, and female supportive brands for family needs Shop with businesses supporting your favorite media ie radio, blogs, and  events Reimburse household by matching spending to increase savings and investments Seek loyalty programs and memberships to foster continued support to close wealth gap Share…

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Hair She Buzz! Soledad O’Brien to Emcee 2nd Annual HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit in Atlanta

Clipped from Soledad O’Brien to Emcee 2nd Annual HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit in Atlanta. Award-winning journalist to lead discussions on financial dignity and inclusion at Operation HOPE’s annual event ATLANTA  –Leading journalist Soledad O’Brien has just signed on to serve as master of ceremonies at the HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit on November 13 -14, 2013 in Atlanta. The two-day Summit, hosted by nonprofit Operation HOPE, will include various and speakers and working group sessions focused on this year’s theme, Global Economic Recovery: How the Poor Can Help Save Capitalism. The event is expected to…

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The Money Clippings! Free Webinar: “Bouncing Back from Credit Disaster!” by Oliver Adams Coach Credit Thursday, October 18, 2012 | MatchingMillions

Many Americans have noticed a decrease in their personal credit report scoring since the start of the recession.  Credit scores impact how lenders provide loans on everything from car payments, utilities, mortgages, cell phone bills, and rents.     This WEBINAR is designed to help people get refocused on what really matters with everyday finances and credit.   Follow the Buzz via “Bouncing Back from Credit Disaster!” by Oliver Adams Coach Credit | www.coach-credit.com   Matching Millions — You just got the buzz from www.DryerBuzz.com — Transforming the way we look —…

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Matching Millions: FREE Credit Bootcamp Webinar Series | 3rd Thursday August 16th

In partnership with Coach-Credit.com and the Credit Coaching System, we are helping our readers survive a down economy with good credit.  Free webinars are available 3rd Thursday.  Register with information below.  Please share with friends and family. Also follow the conversation on twitter with #MatchingMillions @CoachCredit.   Credit Bootcamp Webinar Series Have you ever pulled your credit report and really did not understand what you was reading? Credit reports can often be confusing and frustrating to understand. Coach Credit will take you through a simple way of reading and interpreting…

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Giving is Living @DryerBuzz.com | MatchingMillions Launches With Partners | Organizations Should Have Box Office Budgets

Matching Millions — It’s no secret bloggers are trendsetters. It seems we have become the be all to end all for brands. Can a blogger help match millions when it comes to supporting organizations with a community not necessarily known for being philanthropic . Keep in mind we said “known,” as in not promoted through media. Philanthropic African Americans get short end of the buzz when it comes their giving.  We intend to shine a light on givers and opportunities to give by continuing a Friday campaign. Formerly known as…

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Living Atlanta Style: Tavis Smiley and Cornel West Bring ‘The Rich and the Rest of Us’ to Atlanta Thursday May 31st Lecture & Signing | Loews Atlanta Hotel

Smiley + West take on the “P” word – poverty. During this compelling lecture and book signing they challenge all Americans to re-examine their assumptions about poverty in America – what it really is and how to eradicate it. Come meet Smiley & West at a FREE and open to the public event. Space is limited, please arrive early. All attendees must register for admittance. Doors open at 6:00 PM. Please arrive early; doors will close when venue is full. The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto…

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Living Atlanta Style! The Rise of Can Goods! Atlanta Joins the BBOA June Campaign to Collect Can Good for Families

Join the Campaign for the Bridge Builders of Atlanta (BBOA) to Collect Can Goods for the Soup Kitchen to Feed Needy Families and People living in Poverty. Bridge Builders of Atlanta is a non-profit organization that empowers homeless individuals to live independently and become contributing members of society. With open doors and open hearts, BBOA builds a bridge from homelessness to opportunity. 6-2- 2012 The Kick Off Event If you Donate Can Goods you get a Free Meal. We will be on the Grill and Frying Fish!! 10am-4pm 6-30-2012 Will Be…

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The Cut with that Brother! Jamahl Keyes on Crucial Factor that Determines Whether Or Not You Get Hired In This Economy

Many people dream of graduating and getting a good paying job right away at their dream job. Whether they’re graduates from trade schools, community colleges or four year accredited universities, the first thing graduates do is apply for every position their degree states they are qualified for. Several months and a lot of frustration later they discover in this down economy that you need to show a potential employer. The fact is, for most graduates, a degree isn’t the only qualifications employers are looking for in this economy. “Employers in…

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Hair She Goes: Twin Sisters Divided Over Occupy Wall Street – Yahoo! News

Twin Sisters Divided Over Occupy Wall St. (ABC News) Growing up, twin sisters Nicole and Jill Carty had a lot in common. But around the age of 14, Nicole Carty told ABC News today, they started going in different directions — and they never stopped, with Nicole Carty attending Brown University for a degree in sociology and Jill Carty heading to the University of Pennsylvania to pursue degrees in international business and studies. Now with the Occupy Wall Street movement more than a month old, the recent Ivy League graduates…

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WATCH: Tavis Smiley Cornel West Arianna Huffington Maria Bartiromo and others discuss America’s Next Chapter LIVE Jan 13th | Seeing is Believing

This January, broadcaster Tavis Smiley will convene a panel of thought leaders to wrestle with how America can return to its greatness. The nationally televised discussion, America’s Next Chapter, will be held from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Thursday, January 13, 2011 at George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st St. NW, Washington, D.C. The event is sponsored by Nationwide Insurance and is free and open to the public. Advance registration is requested at www.americasnextchapter.com. The event will broadcast LIVE on C-SPAN Thursday, January 13. The conversation will rebroadcast for…

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Jobs and Economic Security for America’s Women Report | The White House | Buzz4Women

On Thursday, the National Economic Council released a report on the impact of the recession on women and how the Obama administration’s economic policies benefit American women. The report lays out the economic landscape facing women today and details some of the many ways the administration is committed to making sure the government is working for all Americans especially American women. This report lays out the economic landscape facing women today and details some of the many ways the Administration is committed to making sure the government is working for…

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Obama: Private, public sectors must create jobs | The Associated Press

Seeing is Believing — President Barack Obama said Monday the public and private sectors must find more ways to create jobs to continue the nation’s climb out of an economic recession. Obama said the economy has pulled back “from the brink” but still has a long way to go, especially in creating jobs. The president said job losses would continue for weeks and months to come and called for bold, innovative action by his administration, Congress and the private sector to create more good-paying jobs. Obama made the remarks at…

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