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   3 Steps All Marketers Must Take To Be Successful In Digital Marketing As the CEO of a digital marketing agency that promotes a wide range of products and services to a diverse clientele across the country — from small businesses to Fortune 500s, we have seen it all. When we meet with clients to discuss their marketing strategy, the most-asked question we get is: "How does digital marketing work?" Businesses often know the results they are looking to achieve and which platforms they are trying to break into but lack insight into how to go about doing that.  Successfully getting started in digital marketing can be broken down into three simple steps that can help a business stand out and compete with giants in the field.  Step 1: Learn. The first job of a good digital marketer is to understand a client's long-term plan for their business. This includes being able to answer the following questions: What are the company's objectives? Understanding the company's bus

Alec Baldwin says his 'heart is broken' over deadly movie set shooting

In his first comments, the veteran actor tweeted Friday that he is "fully cooperating" with a probe of the "Rust" tragedy that left Halyna Hutchins dead and Joel Souza injured. Oct. 22, 2021, 4:54 PM WAT  /  Updated Oct. 22, 2021, 5:04 PM WAT Producer and actor Alec Baldwin on Friday said his "heart is broken" following the  fatal on-set shooting  of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and pledged to cooperate with law enforcement. In his first comments about Thursday's deadly incident on the set of his movie "Rust" in New Mexico, Baldwin said he's in contact with Hutchins' family. "There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours,"  Baldwin tweeted  Friday. "I'm fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred and I am in touch with her husband, offering my suppor

Latest US military hypersonic test fails

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The US suffered a setback in the race with China and Russia to   develop hypersonic weapons   when its latest test failed, the Pentagon said in a statement Thursday. A booster stack, which is the rocket used to accelerate the projectile to hypersonic speeds, failed and the test of the projectile, the hypersonic glide body, could not proceed, the statement said. Because the rocket failed the Pentagon was not able to test the hypersonic glide body, which is the key component needed to develop a hypersonic weapon. Officials have started a review of the test, which took place Thursday at the Pacific Spaceport Complex in Kodiak, Alaska, to understand the cause of the booster failure. "Experiments and tests -- both successful and unsuccessful -- are the backbone of developing highly complex, critical technologies at tremendous speed, as the department is doing with hypersonic technologies," said Lt. Cdr. Tim Gorman, a Pentagon spokesman, in a statement. The Pentagon has made develo