DIS Joins The Fund for Education Abroad

DIS Joins The Fund for Education Abroad

The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) is a non-profit organization, which provides scholarships to minority, first-generation, and other types of underrepresented students in the U.S. DIS recently joined FEA’s Access Partners. Each Access Partner pledges $5,000 per semester to support FEA scholarship applicants participating in their programs.   We are proud to join forces with FEA and the many Access Partners who share our belief in the expansive experiences that international educational offers as well as our longstanding commitment to…

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17 Charts That Show Where Content Marketing is Heading

17 Charts That Show Where Content Marketing is Heading

I started content marketing in the early days. So early that when I first met the WordPress founder, he had just raised $1.1 million for WordPress. Fast forward to today and WordPress is worth over a billion dollars. Similarly, when I first started with content marketing, there were less than 30 million blogs that existed and now there are over a billion. In other words, things have changed drastically and now it’s what more competitive. We are at a point…

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Recent Academic Seminar Asks: “Can we trust science?”

Recent Academic Seminar Asks: “Can we trust science?”

The seminar centered on the following question: ‘How many scientific studies, often assumed to be part of a laboriously accumulated body of knowledge, do actually hold if we revisit them?’ Anna is a member of an international, cross-disciplinary group of researchers attempting to replicate previously published studies to assess what credence we should give to various scientific findings. I don’t think the main explanation of false claims – and by that I mainly mean false positive claims – in scientific…

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How to Find the Right Keywords to Rank #1 on Google For

How to Find the Right Keywords to Rank #1 on Google For

Do you want more traffic? Well, who doesn’t? The reason you want more traffic is that you think more traffic equals more revenue. But here is what you’ll learn the hard way… as your traffic goes up, your revenue won’t increase at the same pace. And in many cases, as your traffic goes up, your revenue won’t increase one bit. In other words, if you get the wrong kind of traffic, you’ll find yourself spinning your wheels and becoming frustrated….

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How I Grew My Declining Google Traffic

How I Grew My Declining Google Traffic

When you look at the chart above, what do you see? A site that gets a ton of traffic, right? I am a marketer, so I should be somewhat decent at getting traffic… or so you would hope. But here is the thing, just because I am decent at marketing doesn’t mean my Google traffic keeps climbing up and to the right. Just like you, I face challenges. I have ups and downs, I can also get penalized, and I…

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If I Had to Start All Over Again, I Would…

If I Had to Start All Over Again, I Would…

I started young. At the ripe age of 15 and a half, I started my first online business. Can you guess what it was? It was a job board. I created it because I couldn’t find a high paying job at that young of an age. Heck, I struggled to find even a low paying job! As you probably can guess, it failed and, eventually, I went on to do other stuff. From creating an ad agency to a few…

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DIS Architecture & Design Faculty Publish Book

DIS Architecture & Design Faculty Publish Book

The book is a compilation of their experiences, and knowledge from professional researchers, teachers, architects, and citizens, on designing outdoor learning spaces. It also explores the potentials and challenges of using the city as an outdoor learning environment. Both Jeanette and Rasmus teach the Urban Design Studio course, which focuses on using Copenhagen as a model to solve urban planning issues. The class also studies temporary use construction, sustainable design, and human scale urban planning.   >> Read more about…

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How to Think About SEO

How to Think About SEO

Don’t you hate how it takes forever to get results when it comes to SEO? Everyone says it takes 6 months to a year and even in some cases many years to see results. Well, I have some bad news and some good news for you. Let’s start with the bad news… SEO is a long-term strategy. It’s not about doing it for a few months and forgetting about it. And if you stop focusing on it eventually your competitors…

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How to Build Backlinks in Less Than 1 Hour

How to Build Backlinks in Less Than 1 Hour

I have a question for you… How do you build links? If I had to bet, chances are you spend little to no time on link building. Why? Because it’s hard. But why should link building be hard? Most parts of SEO are much simpler and cost-effective. For example, if you want to write content… you just go and write it. It may not be great content, but nothing is stopping you starting, learning, and improving. On the other hand,…

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17 Hidden Facebook Marketing Tools That Will Increase Your Engagement by 154%

17 Hidden Facebook Marketing Tools That Will Increase Your Engagement by 154%

Facebook engagement is easier and more valuable than you ever imagined. I found this out the hard way. At one point, I was spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a month on Facebook Ads. Sure, I was getting some huge successes. But I was also wasting a ton of money. For example, I once spent $400,000 on Facebook fan page likes. I still feel dumb for that one… The engagement just wasn’t there. I had a large number of fans…

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