Get Lifetime Access to Five Online Learning Platforms for $99

Laveta Brigham

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Lifelong learning is one of the most effective ways to deal with change, and change is always constant. Changes appear in all sizes and shapes, as well as out of the blue and off in the distance.

Yet, dealing with change, whether it’s in your personal or professional life, is much easier when you take the time to learn something for self-enrichment or to advance your career. And that’s exactly what this bundle of lifetime memberships will make it easier to do.

The Complete eLearning Lifetime Membership Bundle gives you lifetime access to hundreds of online courses on game development, professional development, programming, IT, and language-learning. You can pick up this bundle on sale today for $99 and save 99% off its regular price tag of $12,709.

Upon purchase, you get immediate access to five memberships that make lifelong learning a breeze. First off, you

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Rebel Wilson and New Boyfriend Jacob Busch Make Their Red Carpet Debut – E! Online

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Rebel Wilson just made a very glamorous red carpet debut with her new boyfriend Jacob Busch.

On Thursday, Sept. 24, the JoJo Rabbit actress attended the Monte-Carlo Gala For Planetary Health in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, with new guy Jacob as her date. Rebel donned a gown from the Rene Ruiz Collection for the event, which raises money for environmental initiatives and promotes sustainable development. Earlier that day, she and Jacob were seen hanging out on a helicopter pad with stars like Kate Beckinsale and Helen Mirren on Rebel’s Instagram. 

“Quick Helen, get to the chopper! #TeamMonaco,” Rebel joked in her Instagram caption. 

Jacob, who hails from the Anheuser-Busch brewing dynasty, previously dated Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Adrienne Maloof. They ended their relationship in 2017.

According to a source for People, Rebel and Jacob met through friends last year in Australia and got serious after Rebel returned to

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Online Semester Marred by Technical Difficulties, Increased Workloads

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“After waiting in the waiting room for what seemed like forever, I was excited to get to class and ask questions,” Joju Olojede (24C), a freshman studying remotely in Texas, said. “But the second I got into class the WiFi decided to surprise me and randomly shut off, leaving me in a panic to get it up and running so I can return to class.”

As students and faculty weather the virtual learning environment that carried over from the spring semester, internet issues, time zone differences and a lack of personal connection are now commonplace among the college experience.

With on-campus residential density reduced to under 25%, student social interactions have been significantly altered.

“It’s hard not to feel like I’m spending 24 hours a day staring at my computer screen when I’m not getting the social interaction I used to while I was at home,” Zoe Bienert (23C) who

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MSMEs call out GST norms hindering move to online selling

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MSMEs call out GST norms hindering move to online selling


  • MSMEs have demanded GST compliance parity between offline and online sellers, claiming the new indirect tax regime is taxing for the firms switching over to online platforms
  • Post COVID, due to lockdowns and disruptions, smaller players and artisans are trying to sell their goods online
  • MSMEs’ demand assumes significance given that festive season is round the corner and customers are fast shifting to online in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic
  • The industry has pitched for a range of changes for online sellers from registration to composition scheme to tax collected at source (TCS)

Terming the GST compliance burden as taxing for micro, small and medium enterprises making shift to online selling platform, industry players have urged the government to ease the rules.

They have claimed that regulations prescribed in the GST Act for businesses

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How to make the most of online school with young children

Laveta Brigham

Another day in Zoom school, another meltdown and another reminder of what parents already know: Online school is especially challenging for younger students. There’s a reason children from kindergarten through third grade spent much of their pre-pandemic school days moving around and learning through play, not sitting still and staring at at a screen.

Many school districts are prioritizing younger elementary school students for reopenings, as studies show that younger children may be less vulnerable to the coronavirus.

But what if you’re in a school district that’s not reopening anytime soon? What if your child is immunocompromised? Or what if you are reluctant to return to in-person learning in the middle of a pandemic when there are so many “what ifs”?

Then you have to make the most of distance learning.

Many tips for how to best manage distance learning — including creating a designated space for school, maintaining

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Get To Know The Benefits Of Free Online Casino Spins

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UNITED STATES—Online casinos offer various promotional bonuses, starting from welcome bonuses to rewards you get if you refer a friend. However, one of the famous forms of bonuses is free spins.

Free spins remain an eminently popular type of online casino bonus as it gives you a chance to spin a few rounds on a real money game. This bonus type makes the newbies and the experienced gamblers or players come back again and again.

What are the Free Spins?

Free spins are just for you if you want to make money in an online casino without making any losses.

A free spin is a form of bonus that allows online gamers to spin the reels without paying from your wallet. These types of bonuses are often present in the form of welcome bonuses, rewards for spending a predetermined amount of money, and consolation prizes.

The number of free spins

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Store landlords face a battle for a cut of online sales

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If retailers want leases that reflect modern shopping habits, should they hand over a cut of online sales to their landlords?

Some property owners think this would be a fair trade off in the clamor for more flexible rent arrangements. So far, though, there is no good way to measure what landlords might be entitled to and tenants have few reasons to play ball.


From global fashion players like Zara and H&M to mom-and-pop stores, most retailers are demanding better terms from landlords as the Covid-19 pandemic slows sales, particularly offline. In the U.K., shop owners received only two-thirds of the quarterly rent they were owed in the three months to Sept. 22, according to data by Remit Consulting. More tenants

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3 Things Online Businesses Must Consider to Grow and Thrive

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Innovative marketing strategies are helping companies evolve and scale.

Free Book Preview Ultimate Guide to Social Media Marketing

This book takes readers through a 360-degree perspective of social media marketing in businesses.

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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

A​ successful business is always built from the ground up, and the most promising ventures are the ones that innovate. Innovation can define our goals and craft our strategies in ways that allow us to grow and thrive even in the most chaotic of times. It’s exciting to realize our potential beyond what we’ve settled into as the status quo.

When it comes to ecommerce, building an online business is one thing, but conquering your industry is another. However, trends indicate that adopting these three promising strategies will help you meet and surpass those goals. 

1​. Get your marketing strategy right

With the immense

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Outlier’s online college courses can save students thousands of dollar

Laveta Brigham

This summer, as it became apparent that COVID-19 showed no signs of letting up, colleges across the country announced that fall classes would be held remotely. But though students are taking classes from the comfort of their own homes instead of lecture halls, the cost of tuition remains the same.

Enter Outlier.

Outlier, founded in 2019, offers online courses, taught by university-affiliated professors, with credit that can be transferred to traditional universities. And while a student might pay $50,000 in tuition to attend class from home, they could instead spend $400 to take a class on Outlier that would transfer over, saving them tens of thousands of dollars. It’s the winner of our 2020 Innovation by Design Award in the category of Learning.

When Outlier founder and CEO Aaron Rasmussen was in college, he saved tuition money by taking community college classes over the summer and then transferring over the

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Muskegon teachers lead K-8 bike club to promote fitness during online learning

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MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon Public Schools is finding new ways to bring physical education to students while the district is online-only because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The district’s physical education teachers, with the help of local law enforcement, are leading a new bike riding club for K-8 students to ride safely through the Muskegon community. The daily program, which launched last week, begins and ends at one of the district’s four elementary schools Monday through Thursday.

“Our students love to be active,” said Jennifer Hammond, the district’s director of curriculum. “We often are confined by the four walls of the gymnasium for P.E., so this is just a lifelong skill of learning to love bike riding and knowing how to do it safely.”

Muskegon Public Schools started the school year online-only Aug. 26 in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. But the district has found unique ways

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