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How to Use FOMO to Boost Black Friday Sales

7 monthes ago   |   By Business 2 Community

Black Friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year, is fast approaching. If you want to take advantage of Black Friday and generate more sales for your business, you need to start preparing for this crazy day now.
But with so many awesome Black Friday deals out there, how can you get more shoppers to purchase from your store?
Well, one way is to use FOMO. FOMO is the fear of missing out. FOMO is a real phenomenon and people experience it all the time. When a shopper feels like they might miss out on something amazing, like a Black Friday deal, they're more likely to make a...
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CBO: US House NFIP Reform Bill Would Cost $4 Billion Over Next Decade

CBO: US House NFIP Reform Bill Would Cost $4 Billion Over Next Decade

7 monthes ago   |   By A.M. Best

A U.S. House bill to extend for five years and reform the National Flood Insurance Program would cost $4 billion over the next decade, according to a recent cost analysis by the nonpartisan ...
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I pay more than $4,000 a year to take advantage of credit card perks, but there are 5 dream benefits that would immediately make another card irresistible

I pay more than $4,000 a year to take advantage of credit card perks, but there are 5 dream benefits that would immediately make another card irresistible

7 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

I have nearly 30 credit cards that provide me a host of benefits, and I find them so useful I pay more than $4,000 a year to use them.
But the perks I do have make me dream about the perks that I wish I had, like worldwide car rental liability insurance and missed flight protection.
Although I love my travel rewards cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve , if I could find a card with one of these dream perks it would go right in my wallet.
I have nearly 30 credit cards that provide me a host of benefits including a statement credit of up to $100 as reimbursement for your Global Entry or TSA...
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The US Navy may need to find another $200 billion over the next 30 years if it wants 355 ships

The US Navy may need to find another $200 billion over the next 30 years if it wants 355 ships

7 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

The US Navy's shipbuilding plans may require $200 billion more than the Navy estimates it needs to field a 355-ship force by 2049.
The Navy says it needs $660 billion over the next 30 years, but the Congressional Budget Office says the figure could reach $865 billion, a 31% increase over the initial estimate.
The yearly spending requirement of $28.8 billion anticipated by CBO would be nearly twice as much as the annual average over the past three decades.
These estimates will only matter if the US Navy's shipbuilding plan remains unchanged, which is looking less and less likely given...
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The French economy will shrink 11% this year in a 'brutal' recession after the country imposed one of Europe's harshest pandemic lockdowns

The French government has cut its annual GDP forecast to -11% from -8% this year, in anticipation of a deeper recession than expected triggered by the coronavirus... Read more ...