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3 Digital Consumer Habits You Should Know
With last minute shoppers flooding Amazon, Etsy, and other small businesses with holiday orders, we thought it might be appropriate to share these 3 statistics on current Digital Consumer habits. Take a look at these numbers based on early 2016 trends, and think about how you can improve your website to capture more leads and convert customers!     With the world at their fingertips, shoppers can immediately compare businesses and prices; ultimately ...
Ahoy!! Happy Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Ahoy! We here aboard the good ship Rock Paper Simple don’t approve of the bilge rats that are “real” pirates. Those guys are just rude and plus they take all your stuff! We much prefer the pirates who are actually just really fun people celebrating Talk Like a Pirate Day! So, drink up your morning coffee, me hearties, and dream of the grog that awaits you later when you don ye boots ...
Start a new story on Book Lovers Day, Aug. 9
When’s the last time you read a book? If it’s been a while, this might be a good day to start one. Aug. 9 (according to most calendars, says HolidayInsights.com) is Book Lovers Day. A 2014 Pew Research Center survey found that three-fourths of Americans had read at least one book the previous year.
Moon Day calls on the explorer in all of us
July 20 is Moon Day. This year, it also happens to be Monday. Maybe you have a case of the Mondays. Around here, we like to think of it as the awesome start to a new week with lots and lots of opportunity to be had. But you can always think of it as a case of the Moondays, because doesn’t that sound so much better? It works because “Monday” comes ...
June 18 is National Splurge Day
A lot of us watch pennies. We watch calories. We exercise prudence in potato chips, restraint in restaurants, wariness in wine. We are models of self-control (until we aren’t). Today, it’s time to open the door, even if it’s only a little bit, for a little while. It’s National Splurge Day. So assuming you aren’t sitting high atop a mountain of maxed-out credit cards, go ahead and think about getting that purse ...
May 12 is Limerick Day, if you’d like to play
That’s right: May 12 is Limerick Day, marking the birthday of 19th-century writer Edward Lear, who popularized this form of, uh, poetry in his “Book of Nonsense.” Go ahead. Write a limerick. Leave it in a note for your kid or significant other, or better yet, recite it at the dinner table and see how many rhymes you can find for “pizza.” (Good luck!)