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LGBT Buying Power Closer To One Trillion Dollars
Buying power is important for businesses and marketers when considering the strength and the potential impact of reaching LGBT consumers through cause marketing, branding campaigns, public affairs strategies and other corporate partnerships with the leaders in the LGBT community.
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Tommy Mottola: HBO’s ‘The Latin Explosion’ Is For Americans Who ‘Still Don’t Get' The Power Of Latinos
The former Sony Music executive said he wanted to tell a "very important story about people who are the backbone and the spine of this country.”
PG-13 at 25: Will the Movies Ever Grow Up (Again)?
The world’s foremost authority on celebrity nudity
Will Hollywood ever look past the financial attractiveness of the PG-13? Or are we forever at the mercy of adolescent buying power?
Don't Mess With A Woman Over 40 with Credit Cards
Best-selling author, blogger and speaker
This year, women between the ages of 40 and 64 will be the largest demographic in the United States and we are just starting to find out what that really means for us.
One Stop Shopping for Greening Your Home: Green Depot Has It All
Founder of Moxie Media and Bowl Bar
Find out how Sarah Beatty, a determined new green business woman, has earned Green Depot's moniker as America's leading one-stop shop for building solutions.
Conspicuous Non-Consumption: How Facebook Could Save The Environment
Why Facebook is more important to the environment than solar panels. The growth of social networks indicates a fundamental
Winning Wallets of Christian Consumers
Syndicated Columnist with GateHouse Media, author of The Art o...
Christian buying power can change business for the better. Integrity, excellent products and wholesome advertising beget loyalty from a demographic that spends $1.5 trillion annually.
The Critics and the Credit Cards
Retired lawyer and columnist for Huffington Post and other we...
Credit card companies do not limit themselves to tutoring consumers in the art of financial responsibility. They try to insure that everyone who
a credit card has one.
Don't Buy That Dog!
Brent Kessel, author of It's Not About the Money, recognized b...
After seeing clients spend anywhere from $2,000 - 7,000 a year on their pets, I decided to do research, and found that the average new dog costs between $730 and $1,500 per year.
Shopping and Overeating
Dr. Jonny Bowden
If only there were a way to immediately link the
of downing that pint of Cherry Garcia with the
pain of feeling like a lard ass.
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Some Change Requires Deep Pockets
Writer and Cultural Commentator
I'd like to conduct a poll in major cities, actually stop people on the street and have them count their cash, to find out how many one-dollar bills an average American is carrying around.
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