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3 Content Ideas for Growth in the Dental Industry


We undoubtedly live in an era where content is king. With the penetration of technology into our everyday lives, it is not uncommon to encounter multiple types of content on an everyday basis. In fact, experts suggest that different types of content impact us in different ways, and for this reason creating compelling content in the right way and disseminating it to the right channels becomes an important consideration for any business. As Hubspot reports, “Video has become the most used format in content marketing, overtaking blogs and infographics.”


In this first article in a series of covering various industries, I’ll be addressing the dental industry, an essential health care service that’s also very competitive. As any dental professional will tell you, it’s not easy to

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Headspace and Snap Inc. Team Up for World Mental Health Day, Launch New Headspace Mini Content To Support Snapchatters’ Rising Stress Levels

Headspace and Snap Inc. Team Up for World Mental Health Day, Launch New Headspace Mini Content To Support Snapchatters’ Rising Stress Levels (Photo: Business Wire)

Headspace and Snap Inc. Team Up for World Mental Health Day, Launch New Headspace Mini Content To Support Snapchatters’ Rising Stress Levels (Photo: Business Wire)

SANTA MONICA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 9, 2020–

Headspace, a global leader in meditation and mindfulness, and Snap Inc. today announced the release of two new meditations featured in the Headspace Mini, a safe space for friends on Snapchat to practice meditation and mindfulness exercises, to address rising levels of stress among Snapchatters across the country. The two new meditations, roughly 6 minutes in length, will be guided by Headspace’s Director of Meditation, Eve Lewis, and will be available starting on World Mental Health Day, October 10, 2020.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201009005034/en/

Headspace and

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Cannabis Industry Giant WayofLeaf.com Expands Health-Specific Content, Introduces Medical Review Team

NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In a bid to improve the quality and availability of information on health-specific cannabis use, industry giant WayofLeaf.com has introduced a team of doctors and health experts to review thousands of topics relating to the use of medical cannabis and CBD for specific health conditions.

 

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The website, which for years has provided a reliable informational resource for medical cannabis patients, believes it is time for cannabis users of all types to have access to trustworthy, research-backed content on specific conditions and ailments.

“There’s no shortage of information out there in terms of using cannabis medicinally,” says WayofLeaf Medical Director Dr. Lynn Marie Morski. “However there is a need for more trustworthy, research-backed information that medical cannabis and CBD users can rely on.”

The medical review team, which is composed of physicians and scientists, is tasked with reviewing the site’s

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A new lawsuit may force YouTube to own up to the mental health consequences of content moderation

For big tech platforms, one of the more urgent questions to arise during the pandemic’s early months was how the forced closure of offices would change their approach to content moderation. Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter all rely on huge numbers of third-party contract workers to police their networks, and traditionally those workers have worked side by side in big offices. When tech companies shuttered their offices, they closed down most of their content moderation facilities as well.

Happily, they continued to pay their moderators — even those who could no longer work, because their jobs required them to use secure facilities. But with usage of social networks surging and an election on the horizon, the need for moderation had never been greater. And so Silicon Valley largely shifted moderation duties to automated systems.

The question was whether it would work — and this week, we began to get some details.

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