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  • What is Figma anyway?

    In this issue of Verb’s newsletter, we discuss why Adobe offered $20 billion for startup Figma, the benefits of learning to code in high school, and the trillion dollars tech companies could make in Latin America

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  • The Word of the Month

    We discuss when it’s a good idea to use industry jargon

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  • Some Help to Send a Good Press Release

    Update: now you can let Verb distribute your press release to a targeted list of journalists

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  • It’s worth $12 billion but you can have it for free

    Use the marketing AI that made MailChimp worth $12 billion at no cost

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  • How getting an outside view benefits your organization

    The right PR agency can give you an outside view of how your brand can contribute to the topics that reporters are working on

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  • A system to buy individual articles without a subscription

    At Verb we want a system that lets us buy individual articles without paying for a subscription. Do you want to join us?

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  • Technology is driving a massive transformation of Latin America

    A report by Atlantico VC calls the impact of Covid-19 in Latin America “The Tech Tsunami.” We found money is indeed raining down on the region’s startups.

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  • How to overcome cultural barriers and market your brand in the US

    We map out what to keep in mind when addressing an international market.

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  • How to play a more effective editing role for your corporate blog

    Editing is one of those tasks where investing time first saves you time later. Here’s how to make your editing faster, with a little help from HubSpot

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  • You can learn how to disagree in style

    Instead of saying “agree to disagree,” civility is the art to disagree productively. To learn it, check out these tips from the PRSA.

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