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Christopher Keefe

Christopher Keefe

  • Every business that sold goods, once the internet bubble returned, should have built an online purchase website. Now they’re trying to catch up to the empire that is Amazon. Sears fell behind the curve ball with Toys-R-Us, and now they’re all going out of business. In this case we look to the old saying

    Every business that sold goods, once the internet bubble returned, should have built an online purchase website. Now they’re trying to catch up to the empire that is Amazon. Sears fell behind the curve ball with Toys-R-Us, and now they’re all going out of business. In this case we look to the old saying “if you can’t beat em’, join em’”. I barely have an associates degree in business and I know this.

  • If you allow someone to make up your mind on an issue such as politics, then it serves you right. It boggles my mind how someone can allow others to influence their decision making on a day to day basis. Check your facts, gather intelligence from what has formally been deemed credible sources and form

    If you allow someone to make up your mind on an issue such as politics, then it serves you right. It boggles my mind how someone can allow others to influence their decision making on a day to day basis. Check your facts, gather intelligence from what has formally been deemed credible sources and form your own opinion. Look at both sides of the coin. Don’t ever let one stance influence your decision making processes.

  • Facebook is just headed in the same direction that all social media will travel eventually. First it’s free, then you get ads, then they offer ad free service at a premium. Not rocket science to piece this together. The real question is: Do you pay for YouTube Red, or just watch it with the ads??