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Tourniquet-Free Knee Surgery Possible With Aquamantys Technology, Says Dr. Kris Lewonowski

With more than 30 years of orthopedic surgical experience, Dr. Kris Lewonowski has observed numerous new innovations in surgical techniques, but few have excited him as much as Aquamantys technology. This system revolutionizes surgeries such as total knee replacements. Read more

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With Online Retail on the Rise, E-commerce is Essential, says Jonathan Shokrian

According to a recent study by invesp.com, 10 percent of all retail sales in the United States will be made online by 2017, and e-retail experts like Jonathan Shokrian, of MeUndies, have taken note.

Shokrian believes that it is crucial for companies to invest in their e-commerce infrastructure because, he says, online marketplaces are the future of retail. He thinks that if companies do not aggressively invest in their e-commerce platform, they will fall far behind.

“Traditional retail is dying, and the emergence of direct to consumer brands is becoming more and more popular everyday,” Jonathan Shokrian says. “New brands are more inclined to launch websites than brick and mortar stores. There’s no denying that.” Read more

Yasmin Malhotra Recommends Five Top Spring Break Travel Destinations Around The World

Avid travelers like Yasmin Malhotra know that spring is one of the best times of the year to visit top destinations around the world. Among students and adults alike, warming weather seems to inspire dreams of sandy beaches and vacation spots.

As it turns out, spring break isn’t just for wild college parties. Plenty of families pack up their beach umbrellas for some time away from the stress of life during this time of year. The right destination for you depends on your goal for your trip. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a family experience or just a relaxing break, this list of five top spring break suggestions from Yasmin Malhotra will have what you’re looking for.

Mexico takes the number one spot on the list because it is brimming with activities for every type of person, according to Yasmin Malhotra. Malhotra claims that Mexico is one of her favorite spots to visit because it has so many picturesque beaches and accommodations. Read more

Last Minute Spring Break Cruise Advice From Holiday Cruise Line

With the wild winter weather this year, many of us have been surprised to glance at the calendar and realize how soon Spring Break starts. Some vacation companies, like Holiday Cruise Line, say that they have vacation packages left to sell, even this late in the season.

This is especially enticing for those who still haven’t finalized their spring vacation plans, since some reports say that cruises are increasingly becoming the vacation of choice across multiple age and lifestyle demographics. Families with children, retirees, newlyweds and recent graduates are all gravitating toward cruises, where the options range from partying, to relaxation, to kid-friendly fun.

Huffington Post recently rated cruises in their top five options for last-minute Spring Break plans. They too cite the weather, pointing out that many families and students have been forced to cancel, postpone or change their plans for this year’s vacations, as snow days have forced school make-up days that are cutting into the usual vacation schedules. Read more

Brand.com Reviews New Stats On Social Media And Older Americans

According to SEO experts at brand.com, reviews of new statistics indicate that younger generations are no longer the only avid social media users.

From websites to mobile applications, technology has taught America’s youngest and brightest how to stay connected while on the go. Although these social media platforms have seen extreme success with youth users, they often struggled to resonate with older audiences. It seems that older audiences may have figured out a way to catch up as they make more and more efforts to use social media. According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, 72 percent of adults use social media in the United States. The figures represent a 5 percent increase since 2005 when Pew first began to study social media use. Read more

What to Write About When There’s Nothing to Say: 3 Tips for Generating Content

To stay relevant and top of mind to your customers and prospects, you must have a solid content marketing program in place. But what do you write about when there’s nothing to write about? Or when you feel like everything has been said?

Remember that great content is all around you, even in the most ordinary places.

Let’s take a look at the easiest (and yet most overlooked) places to find writing inspiration.

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