Nine Black Friday deals on professional software and eLearning

Everywhere you look, Black Friday deals are falling out of the sky. We’re doing all we can to gather up as many of the best offers as we can find and put them in front of you now before it’s too late.

Unfortunately, most of these big savings will be gone after just a limited time. But for all the software, apps and learning packages included below, you can earn an extra 40 or even 70 percent off your final total by adding the promo codes below while checking out with your purchase.

The Complete SEO and Digital Mega Marketing Bundle

If you want to understand how to boost web traffic and turn your brand into a digital powerhouse, this 15-course collection can make it happen. With more than 90 hours of training, these courses explain copywriting, affiliate marketing, email campaigns, Facebook advertising, and more. You’ll even learn how to

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Pilot Program Bringing E-Learning To Students Without Internet Access

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Georgia Secretary of State Pushes Back against Voter Fraud Claims: ‘Failed Candidate Doug Collins is a Liar’

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on Sunday pushed back against unfounded claims of voter fraud in the state in a series of social media posts, calling Representative Doug Collins (R., Ga.) a “failed candidate” and a liar.Raffensperger criticized a lawsuit brought by Atlanta lawyer Lin Wood, best known for his defense of Richard Jewell in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics bomb threat case, over a March settlement with the Democratic Party that outlined changes in how signature matching on absentee ballots is handled. Wood has argued that the settlement was unconstitutional, therefore invalidating absentee ballots cast in the 2020 election. In a Facebook post the secretary of state said his team had “secured and strengthened absentee ballots for the first time since 2005.”“As Secretary of State the first thing I

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Chicago actor uses computer hobby to help prep students for e-learning amid pandemic

CHICAGO — When the COVID-19 pandemic forced David Roth out of work last March he spent his days fiddling with computers. 

But as the school year began to get underway this Chicagoan decided to use his hobby to help by prepping dozens of students for e-learning.   

David Roth is one of Chicago’s Very Own.  

If you take one look at his dining room table,you might mistake Roth for a computer repairman. 

“I’ve always been a tinkerer, take things apart and put them back together,” he said.

But as fascinated as Roth is with the inner workings of a computer, this Northsider is also an accomplished actor, and like so many others, he found himself without work as a result of the pandemic.

“Everything just stopped,” he said. “As freelancers, as a gig worker in that sense, as an actor, nobody could do anything.”

Roth said he was getting itchy with

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