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Everything you need to know about building a mailing list

This post originally appeared on the Mention blog. In both his election campaigns, President Obama’s team relied heavily on email marketing to raise funds. In 2012 for instance, email fundraising was responsible for nearly $690 million in donations. To raise this kind of money through email marketing, Obama’s team had to accomplish two goals. First, they had to build an email list with millions of people. Second, they had to motivate those people to donate. If emails can become the largest digital fundraising source for a future President, only imagine what an active email community can do for your business!…

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WEEKEND READS: Catch Up On The Best Economics And Finance Links Of The Week (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

Tim Cook looking at iMac Retina displayDid you miss something on the internet this week? No matter who you are, the answer is probably yes. We’re here to help you catch up. Here’s a smattering of excellent posts, both short and long, from the last few days that make for a good weekend read.

(Former Fed special advisor) Jon Faust’s farewell to QE.

“The patients we’re taking care of on a general medical floor now were the patients twenty years ago we took care of in an ICU [intensive-care unit] with a 2-to-1 patient-to-nurse ratio”: How efficiency turns into hazard in the workplace. — Esther Kaplan

Tim Cook came out.

The $280 cast iron skillet “is a pretty object for people who have lost sense for the value of money, dressed in a fig leaf of technological improvement.” — Dan McCrum

“I wish that we could get past seeing women who do these kinds of things as foolish, brave or weird. Nobody would consider a man doing the same thing as remarkable.” — Maya Rao on moving to the Bakken to write about live in North Dakota oil country.

“Why are [Tom] Cruise roles basically counter-cyclical?” – Ryan McCarthy and Jim Tankersley

“T.S. Eliot worked in the foreign transactions department at Lloyd’s bank from 1917 until 1925” — Poetry Foundation

The I Guess We’re Grown Ups Now podcast: What it’s like to be a professional musician and stay-at-home dad — Kari Halsted and Todd Peters

Topical culture interlude: “The Black Cat” by Edgar Allan Poe, even though Halloween is over

Self promotion:

The hot new threat to Argentina – “acceleration” — Linette Lopez

A hedge fund manager vanished after Credit Suisse accidentally wired him $1.5 million — Elena Holodny

If you missed the rally, then you just made the most classic mistake in investing — Sam Ro

The most important charts in the world — Myles Udland

There’s a visible glass ceiling for top female earners in these 3 charts — Andy Kiersz

Would more diversity among economists have helped prevent the financial crisis? — Me (See also: Maybe)

SEE ALSO: Now Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Finance Career May Be Blowing Up

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Kobane clashes kill 100 IS jihadists in three days: monitor

Kurdish people observe smoke rising from the Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, following an explosion as seen from the southeastern Turkish village of Mursitpinar in the Sanliurfa province on October 20, 2014

Beirut (AFP) – At least 100 jihadists from the Islamic State group have been killed in three days of fighting for the strategic Syrian border town of Kobane, a monitor said on Saturday.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the deaths brought the total number of IS fighters killed in the ground battle for Kobane to 576 since clashes there began on September 16.

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Video Game Trailers – God Of War Ascension Furies Trailer “PAX 2012″

It seems like Kratos has killed every mythological Greek being in existence but there's still plenty of targets for him to slay. Sony Santa Monica sent out a new trailer for God of War: Ascension that introduces the Furies.

The Furies are three sisters charged with enforcing Kratos' bond to Ares. After Kratos decides to forsake his service and do his own thing, the sisters go on a warpath. It seems quite likely that he'll have to kill all three Furies during this quest.

These sisters look like formidable foes. They're female soldiers with long, spider-like limbs. In addition to providing the sisters with enhanced mobility, these four extra limbs are razor-sharp and can be used to dice up foes with ease.

In case you're wondering: yes, these characters aren't completely made-up by the development team. Furies were female deities of vengeance according to Greeks. I'm going to guess that the spider-limbs are artistic license, though.

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Hello Kitty celebrates 40th birthday

Hello Kitty (centre), a one-day manager of the Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo's glitzy Ginza district, poses with clerks during a morning meeting before the opening on November 1, 2014

Tokyo (AFP) – Hello Kitty, Japan’s global icon of cute, marked her 40th anniversary on Saturday with a human-size version of the feline character regaling fans at an upscale Tokyo department store and a theme park.

The moon-faced creation that adorns everything from pencil cases to pyjamas the world over, began her birthday as a one-day manager of the Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo’s glitzy Ginza district.

Clad in pink from head to toe — including a child-like bow — a human-size Kitty showed up at an in-house meeting at the store, drawing cheers and applause from a horde of employees.

As she bowed, the employees bowed.

The mouthless character did not speak but waved and struck poses, sending many on the floor blurting out “kawaii!” (Japanese word for cute).

As the store opened, she greeted the first wave of customers, many of whom hugged the character and posed for pictures.

Kitty, dubbed the eternal “girl” by her creator, also celebrated her birthday with fans at Sanrio Puroland, a theme park west of Tokyo.

Surrounded by hundreds of fans, she made dance performances with other characters including her twin sister Mimmy.

On the other side of the Pacific, a Hello Kitty Convention in the Little Tokyo district near downtown Los Angeles has opened for a four-day run through the weekend, expecting to draw some 25,000 fans. 

The first merchandise with Kitty was a coin purse launched in Japan in 1975.

She now appears on more than 50,000 products in 130 countries and territories — including a dress made for pop diva Lady Gaga.


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